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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 June 1903

Miller & Rhoads | Millef & Rfro&<fs. White India Linen 12 l-2c. Our 12^o India Linen has always beon celebrated for its fine quality. We have two kinds at this price— one very sheer and the other a little heavier for folks that prefer it that -way. Frill 40 inches Tvide. Pique Reefers For Children A Fine Lawn Dress For $1.25. Children 50c. For the little folks between 1 nnd T.onß Wnislcd Dress for children 4 rears old there's nothing bett«r between one nnd four years oWat'the price than one of our Pique For a low priced garment jr» RMfws for a dollar find a quarter. know of notlnitß that's mnde better All made with Sailor Collars and ' or looks better. trimmed with dainty Embroidery Trimmed with rufflca and hemand Pearl Buttons. stitched tuck?. Huck Towels For 6c. Jointless China Matting $7.20 Worth more than that but we jjg rapgpd ; ppMrnnc( , so bought 'em under price. 2?BhS* MatllDß is jcined They are of good siz G-16x36G -16x36 ■J^^...

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

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 June 1903

rREE SECTIONS. THE TIMES. FOUNDED ISM. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1860, SUGARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER, WASHINGTON. .Tune 27.— Forecast for Bunday and >frmrlay: Virginia.— Pnrtly cloudy Sunday, probably showers In fonlh portion*. Monday Konprally fair, variable -wind**. North nml South Carolina— Showers Sunday; cooler In (hn control portion. (Monday fair, warm or; variable winds. Thorp hob again siifflclont rn.ln yedterday lo lf).v thn dusa nnd k<>op the temperature pleasant. gTATK OF THE THERMOMETER. »A M 72 32 :\I 7<! R P. M W B P. M "« 8 P, M 72 11' midnight ....' '• Av«)-aga "» !!lg.heßt lompp.raturp. yostorday ."2 i-owr-st tompcraturo yrfstorday fr> Moan Icmr*raturo yesterday 74 Normal tompnraturo for Juno 5 ■Dr-parture from normal temporature.. <«1 .Precipitation during past 24 hours 13 MINIATtJRK" AI/MANAf. June 28, 1303. Bun rlws 4:02 I HIOH TIDB. Bun Bets 7:31 | Mornlnp 6:BD Moon nets. ...10:18 I Evening 7:31 Bu...

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

2 freight trn|n all of thn pas»*r.nK»>rs were hurled forward, i»ea.ts *rere smashi-d and the pmtser.Kers plied on one another, Captain TJcholP started out of his couch when he hfnrd the danger rlßiml. \VIIIlnrti Joncfl. thn porter, realising that the tmla war Uav!r.R the track, edited 1o the rnptaln to eotne lurk, but ttio nrcldent occurred ton quickly for lilm to turn. Pntli arm* were broken. Ills side htirt Rtid !m injured, and n hole knocked In his li<»H<l. Boon hundreds of penple were on the icf-no All Hie physicians In tiio city were t filled for. nnd na innnj- as worn In plaio rpfponded. Tlip engineer. In lenplnf; from hi." trnln. (itriirk his hefld nßaJn."t a 110 ami vrM inMnntly killed. The body of tlio nremnn tvrts trtKetl out Pf thr Tvrrck In sm;ill piece?, find it 'WAS nn hour or morn before nil Of tiiQ Body hnd been fecovefedi There wms nlisolutely no rnnfiißlnn In tlie ear?, mid the wnn.rn yoemed more composed lllflrt the men. Not H i&am...

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

GUERILLA WAREARE IS WAGED BY RIOTERS. (Conilniirrl from First Pnne.') Umptft made by flrlm? on the curs were few and scattered and from MiOh r.-uiKO Rencrnlly that little dfimnge would have been done hml ■ they hit the mark. In the vicinity of Main nnd Vine pence prevail.". The residents nre looking out for tl>e| r own protection In ttilft loOallly, and the prowlers iiro In 'ißiigor from them. The military on duly at Hie various outposts all report a better feeling pre.vnlltng ,'imong those with wlinm they como In Contact than wns apparent when they were t'.rst risslgned to duly. This Is particularly true In the wv.sl End. Reports from other Bert lons are. also nnrour.-ißlnsr, and Twdrity-nlnth and P Streets and in Ihnt vicinity last night was the quietest of the strike period, System and Order, ' At th/? headquarters of Ihe military overything In moving smoothly and system nnd order nrn ■ everywhere apparent. Colonel Anderson, Lieutenant' Colonel U'llllnm J. Perry, Capta...

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

4 FIVE GENERATIONS BURIED IN On of the Most liHercslinge Burial Places in tho Stale. THE QUAINT , ? (s!SCMw n TIONS Glimpse of Ihe Epitaphs In the Old Family Graveyard in Gioo coster Recently Given to (he" A. P. V. A. by Mr. Withers. In the deserted graveyard nt Wnrne.r Hnll, Gloucester county. He burled five generations of Warners, tho first of whom was the Kreflt-gTeat-grandfntl^r of Georgo Washington. The old mnnBlon wns destroyed by fire In 3S-J5. nnd since that date the buildings have gnno steadily to rack nnd ruin. The only thing that time, has not damaged Is the «uperb avenue nnd the Immemorial elms tn tho grove lying between tho mansion house and tho road. In nn open fleld to the left of tho spot where tho original •mansion stood, overgrown with churctlynrd weeds and exposed to the trampling of rattle, lies one of tho most interesting family graveyards In Virginia. HAVE QUAINT INSCRIPTIONS. There are to the westward four graves pldo by side, each of which is covered •with n,...

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

HOT FIGHT I RALEIGH Question of City Extension to Come Up Monday. VOTERS ARE CHALLENGED Many Voters Who Have Not Paid Their I Poll Tax— Pardons Aro Being Urged on Governor Aycock. New Charters. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlepntrh.') RALEIGH, N. fl.. 'j«n« 2T.-Th/> fight over city extension Is now at red hent nnd will wax hotter with each hour until tho polls closo on Monday, election any. Not In years has Raleigh experienced aso shut-Ply contested election. Advocates of expansion have Issued cnal. lenges against MS white voters, mdstly "i on the ground of not paying poll tax. These were heard to-day, tlm great majority being sustained. Opinion Is much divided as to tho result of the election. ;■ LOCAL, SCHOOL TAX. Amons tho district* that will In the ne.ir future hold local school tax elections arc Morganton. July Glh; Benson, July lr.th; Stonevllle, July 16th: Cm>ar, Cleveland county, July lr.th: two districts In Oat/* county, July inth: Bald Hill and nuflln, Rockl...

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

w '•;. . _ jcsmsasr&mMimiiuxiujKvimMm^ Thn Dnlton Company has Inaugurated n spnpon thnt promises to establish a new record at Ulti Academy. The. organization came hero without any fanfare, but Its work in "Enst Lynne" last week has stamped it as very rapnhle, and It tan* already won tho confidence of the rl«>"-B n inc public. "East Lynne" was chosen by tho management for the purpose of showing Just •wh.it thn company could do with a classic, that I? one of the most familiar plays Jn the liiliKiiuge, nnd thn result of the effort was distinctly pleasing. The. Dalton Company is n stronß nctltiK Company, and the productions nro entirely satisfactory. Play^Rocrt wero drllKhto'd to rCCOgnIEO many old friends and popular favorites In tho cast, nnd the success of tho new Flnck season vvdg established from tho first, for oven under tho untoward conditions that prevailed in this city on ThurFday nlßht tho Academy wna ■well filled, and the production was received with ma...

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

I? JUDGE MANN SURPRISED Given a Staff by Members of Bible Class. UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT Victorious Side Enjoyed Supper at the Expense of the Losers, and a Very Pleasing Programme Was Carried Out. (Special to Ttar- Tlmeii-Dlipitch.) FETKKSBUKG, VA., Juno 27.— The Y. If. O. A. Blblo ClaBS, which has been conducted through the winter by Judge W. H. Jta.nn, held Its final meeting and cf.lebratlon Thursday evening, until after thn summer vacation. At 7 o'clock each Thursday ovonltiß through tho winter Buppor w.ih served In 'thn association rooms ntul Bible study conducted for flbout thirty minutes nfter supper win over, tho whole tlrnn occupying ono hour. The class began with only a. few mmbfTS, and noon thore were about twentyfour. This number .continued to InOrpano until, at tho fln.il supper Thursday evening, thorn were two hundred young men. Early In the Benson tho Class wbr divided Into two parts, known fts the "Redß" and tho "Blues." Mr. Goorgn W. Harrison wan captain of the "Reds" a...

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

IB ; Wha^t Wa/ Done Last Week American j{f fairs. GENERAL, POLITICAL,. LODGE TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN. The report has gained general belief at "Wellington since the postal disclosures of last week that Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, at the proper time, will bo brought forward as President Roosevelt's choice for chairman of the Republican National Committee, the position now occupied by Senator Hanna, of Ohio. Mr. Banna's expected retirement Is thought to be Influenced by his unwillingness to i.art company with Perry S. Heath, whose connection with the postal scandal I? expected to cause his resignation as secretary of the National Committee. Lodge U the President's most trusted personal ana political friend. UNIONS TO FORM PARTY. The aluiuiil convention of the Internationa] Printing Pressmen and Assistants" "Union at Cincinnati. June 20th, passed resolutions providing for a committee of twenty-five to communicate with all other labor unions to secure concerted action "to the end thnt th...

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

E TABLETS TO HEROES Unveiling Exercises In Tappahannock Courthouse. COL. PURCELL'S SPEECH Tribute to General Qarnett and the Bravo Latane Brothers—Confed»ra«e Camp Reorganized and Officers Elected. (fipi>c!»l to The Tlmcß.olßp«lcb.) , TAPPAHANNOCK, VA., Juno 27.— One of the most interesting events that has occurred in Essex In a/ long: time was tho tablet unveiling last Monday •weok at tho assembly of County Court, under the auspices of Wrfght-Latano. Camp, reorganized the samo day, with Judge T. B. R. Wright n» commander, the Daughiprn of tho Confederacy and tho ladles of tho Monument Association. the exercises wore held. A large crowd of ladlcfl and gentlemen tilled tlio court-room to greet Colonel John 13. Purccll and Mrs. Purccll, of Richmond. Va.. and Miss Susan Latanc, of Baltimore, Mn., and to bee the beautiful tablets presented and uncovered. Captain A. F. Bagby led the ciuartetto which rendered exquisite music, patriotic selections), and alternately Intcruperned ...

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

ltf- AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. Py A. J. Chf-VPnlnt; Co., Rr.il Ef=tnte Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF LOT AND IMPROVEMENTS ON ST. PETERS STREET. NEAR P.AKTON HEIGHTS. By virtue nf n deed of '.rust, dated Seplem'ber 1~. ISS. of record In clerk's office Of Honrieo <"Y>unty Court. In n. \\. 118. pn*ft 191. default havlnc boon mnde in the payment nf the debt thereby and Dpinp required by the beneficiary pn tn flo. 1 ivlll sell by 'auction, upon the premlurp. on MONDAY. jtTNfc DP. IMS, kt < o'clock P. M.. the lot nf land d*>nrrlbed In r<ild deed np fronting S3 feet on the east side of n street 33 feet ■wide by a depth of 132 f"ot. belner lot No. 3. in a deed of record In Henrlco County Court In D. R. 101, pnso JS. TERMS-Cnsh. q p , vnITTLE , SubFtltuted Trustee. Oeo. \V. Mayo. Auctioneer, 1205 East Main Street. RUBBER TIRED TRAP. PHAETON, 2 MULES. DUMP CART, BUGGY AND CART KAHNESS. CARVED COLUMN MAHOGAKY SIDEBOARD. CARD TABLE. S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 June 1903

B HELP WANTED— FEMALE. 1 WANTED, a COOK; 3«0 E, Iranklln. Apply Monday. WANTED, a young I.ADY fnr office work In urceerj' *lnre. Artdrcm S. A. .T.. Station A. KHRBE WANTED; rood w*K«i will *• P»ld to « I'npnbln trust northy nervßiil : other* need mil apply: SOU KnU Marxliftll Street. WANTED, -white WOMAN to «-ni«t In light hnu«ekei<pliiK; net I led noinnn preferred. AdflfeM 11. Jind W.i P. '•- "on «7(l. WANTED, a NURSE, white er oolored, to *o to the foiiniry for minitner to nurpie a child 3 yetim hid, Apply nl 11210 Knat Urnce Rlrcel. WANTED, a WOMAN to cook and do general |ioli«e wurk for family of three; trill pay fntlicfnrlory nigen. Apply 407 W. (Jrnce. 16 PER HUNDRED for addrMMng enrelopei. Rend dluii^ mill sfnmn for full ln«tructlon«; Mfcn.lv work. C. K. MILI.KU AND CO.. lily ni'lß.. f'hlrnitn. COPYING LETTERS at home. $U per 1,000, pdld weehly; nniiiitu: to buy or self; no can»«tmln*; Rfady I'lnploymctil, HANDY CO., M 2 Nnnmiii Kt., N. y. tADY WANTED; »15 wecskly;...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 June 1903

32 PROPHECY FULFILLED Creenbrier White Sulphur Loses None of its Prestige. AIANY FAMILIAR NAMES Richmonders Will Summer at the Popular Resort — Baltimoreans Who Have Engaged Cottages for the Season— Other Guests. (Special to The TlmoS-Dlspfttch.) GREEXBRJRK WHITE SUIiPtttJR 81' KINGS, June 2".— Tho season opened here, till? week mo?t auspiciously, the weather hns been fine, and the wall of rain and fog has not been heard from the IWhite. In fact, the. place never has looked more beautiful, nnd the cool, crisp dnys have been ko Indue) vc to outdoor life that those who have arrived early have been congratulating themselves. Many of the cottapes nre occupied nnd the hotel is filling up; every train brings In now arrival?. This year the Southern contingent have been the first to come, and Charleston, Savannah and other Southern cities are more than usunlly well represented at this date. The bookings Fhow that Richmond, Baltimore nrWl "Washington will send more thnn their 1 There have be...

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

EDITORIAL SECTION. THE TIMES, FOUNDED ISSS. I THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. | MOVEMENT TO REMOVE SOLOMON Henrico Sheriff is Under Very Hot Fire. PAPERS ARE NOW BEING PREPARED The Charges That Will Be Made Against the Official. CALL FOR TROOPS: CONDITION OF JAIL Allegations to Bo Made that He Failed to Provida Fropcr Protection for Property Under His Charge. and that the Jail is Not Kept in Good "Condition. Positive' Information was obtained yesterday afternoon to tho effect that charges will shortly be fIU-d nzatnst Sheriff ' Simon Solomon, of Heniico county, with a view to hla removal on the ground of misfeasance and malfeasant*: o( office. It was definitely Mated yesterday that tho papers which will bo presented to the County Court ar« already In course of preparation, or at least In contemplation. There can be no doubt about the existence of the movement, and there Is reason to believe that tho step In tho direction suggested will -bo taken before ■very long. The aggressors, It Ik ...

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

2 <irD> "' K^^ XJ Jf JHE^TENOGRAPffER The advancement which stenography has made In the comparatively few decades of its existence is truly astonishing. Originally employed almost entirely to preserve verbatim tho speeches of great orators nnd tho. proceedings of I/cglslature.s and courts, it soon passed into more gcrmm! use. While tho services of nn ox port reporter nro always In demand, thero is to-day n moro frequent Cflti for short-hnnd secretaries, who aro flhlo to wrltp with only a moderate defrreo of ppeod. Stenographers are employed T>y nil kinds of business houses, companies nnd corporations, ns well ns ■by lawyers, minister?:, authors and pro- ' fossl'onal men generally. Nnturally, at .first, stenographers wero V men, hut with that truly progressive spirit which for the last thirty years has charncterized them, women early discovered that they werp especially suited for this work. At present for ordinary work thore nre by far more women emp...

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

r A AMERICAN SET ABROAD People from This Side Capturing London Socially. QUEEN LOVES HER HO/VIE Qave Demonstration of Her Affection for Homo of Hamlet When She Gave an Audience Recently to a Danish Actor. By PAUL LAMBETH. Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch' Copyright, 1903.) LONDON, June 27.— An thn season advanced It becomes more and more apparent* thnt Americans nro cnpturlng Knglnnd—ln a social senso, thnt Is to uny. Tho number of American kltlh w1i ° come ovor horo and eventually arninfffi to stay permanently an tho wives of nrtstncrntlc Englishmen Is steadily Increasing. And, of course, there fire many wealthy Americans who have established themBelves here and form an Intcgrnl part of EnKllsh socloty, and the number of these him grown so much recently as to make possible the formation of a "Society of American Women In lyondon," which 1* In a most nourishing condition. Then there must be added another class of American Invaders— the summer tourists. They are here this year In ...

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

4 The Times-Dispatch. rtinHnhed Dftily and Weekly at No. 4 ■* Xorlh Tenth Street, Richmond, Vft, Entered Jnrmnry 27, 1003, Rt Richmond, Va., n« SecondClnw Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •old Rt 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is to] A nt 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIHES-DISPATCH by mn!l— R0 cents a month ; $5.00 ft re. 1 ", $2.50 for efx months; $1.50 For three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH. by mnil $2.00 a year. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, in Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carrier, 12 centst per week-, or fiO cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fI.OO year. All TTnstened Communicntions will be rejected. Reieeted Communications will not be ref timed unless aecompnnte"' by stnmps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. Rl9 En&t Brond Street. SUNDAY, JTJNE 28, IPOS. From June Ist the price of The Tlmesr>|ppatch. delivered by carrier within tho cor...

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

r A WONDERFUL SEASON Conditions Are Alarming to the Farmers. THE LIGHTNING'S DOINGS Fire from Heaven Ascends Upon Gay Colonial Beach in Many Places. Somerset Beach an Excursion Resort for Colored People. fSperlil to Thn Tltnee-Dhpntch.) COMOHN. VA., Jims 27.— The peculiar Weather the past, spring nnd present lummcr, up to this tlmo, is .1 nulijoct of very g^noral comment among tho country folk Jimt nowT nnd tho pffootn Of tho "wonderful weather" upon the crops are bo marked bh to raune no littin unoaslnnna ammii! Iho formers. Tho untiMiitliy cool nnd wot weather throughout th« months of March, April nnd May wefß detrimental to nil violation and to tha farming IntnrontH Konnrnlly, yrt It ■was hoppd nnd contended that a "hot. dry June" would ''repair damages" nnd "«ven up" mattnrß all right. But Juno Tina brought disappointment to the farmers nnd great .damage to tho nropfl. The cold, Rtormy ■weathef pr.evnlllnßfrom the first of tho month in thin tlmn him not only retarded farm work s...

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

?r TT*»r {.h«p(, > n re red, hpr eye? are T)lue, Her brow is white above: Unto the fine. oh. heart, be true, For it belongs to Lore. — Felix Cnrmon. This week will welcome In the beginning of the midsummer month and the advent of tho Fourth of July. July was the birth month of Julius th« founder of the Caesarian dynasty 0 Rome. It wns named by Mark Antony in his honor and wne thereafter called .Tilly Instead of Qulmllls. It is also the hilt. month of Amerlcnn Independence, next Saturday beliu the one hundred ant, twenty-seventh anniversary of Its declaration.' nnd. iu> a great natl6liAl holiday to be kept In the vociferous American fashion. The Fourth suggests to tho prosaic middle-aged Rlchmonder a twenty-foui hours cessation from business -vlth lir.un?•wick ttieiv, Hanover roasting ?a:s and other ■ midsummer fruits of tho earth hy way of enjoyment. Should skyrockets and pyrotechnlcal displays como In the Richmonders range of vision he takes them caJmly In, bu...

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