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

ROCK ALUM'S WELCOME Guests Are Coming In and Summer Life Is On. FLINCH A POPULAR GAME ■nven-Hand Euchre and Bowling Parties Have Th9ir Devotees— Young People are Finding Many Ways to Be Gay. (Snaclal to Tbo Tlmei-Difpitcb.) , ROCKBRIDGB ALUM SPRINGS, VA.. June 27.— "Nature was here co lavish with her store, shs bestowed until aha could fotstow no more." Ab tho Juno days draw to a close this resort in assuming a. midsummer appearance, and the little darkey Jim speaks truly when ho says: "Guests aro Jes a-po'ln in on overy train," but It never looked prettier or mora Inviting than It does at present. Two days of warm rain have made the grtinn and trees ao verdant thni. it Is n. posltlvo delight to look over tho landscape. Rockhrldgo Alum owoa a groat deal to nature and ranks foremost* among »umtner resorta for its charming situation, delightful climate and romantto drives. Of tho latter It Is especially proud, and with good reason- In all directions, over mountains and through valleys...

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

S-i VIRGINIA EDITORS; WHAT THEY THINK The T.-D. is Correct. Thp Rhennndoah Valley comes to our ai«3, nnd says: The Tlmr-?-Plppnfch rightly contends that President Rooserelt cannot bo rpecmr pi><>i>]p ran no more unlcnrn thnt atntpment than they can unlearn flint. absurdity of calling MeKlnley a martyr President. Will the Cow Win? Th* Salem Tlmps-Rfgister throws much light on the Roanoke row contest. It pay?: oflerPd another ordinance prohibiting the running: at large of cows within Ihe city the ronnrfpslnnal electicn paled Into ln•lgnificance us compared with the cow In a majority of one for the cow. President Klml>nll nnrl General Manager Johnson, of th<> Norfolk nnrl Western. it is said, have repeatedly declared that the city, with Its 30,000 Inhabitants, shall not have a new depot until th» town cow is banished from Its confines. Will she g«t the depot? Buchanan "Wetness." The Banner Is boastful when t.h...

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

STATEMENT ■ FAVORABLE Professional Traders Put Prices Up on Strength of It. MARKET WAS VERY NARROW Dealings Were Insignificant, and the Rise In Prices Was a Small One. Close About Steady— Bonds Are Sympathetic. (By Associated PreM.) KEW YOftlC Juno 27.— T0-dny'B, stock market was narrow and Insignificant, an for several days pant. ProfesElonl trnderii put up prices ellghtly on the ecoiq of tiic Hildltion of $2,824,275 to tlio BurplUH of tho banks, which Ih particular^ ly s(itlr>fiirtoty In vlow of thfc approach of tho July Jut snttlemrntfl. The Ponli" Bylvanlii block (subscription hcoiiis to h»ve flßiired both i ntho loan and C«Bh Items of: tho bunk statoinpnt. Tho InrroaHo In cuhli of $0,300,400 la between four ami flvn mlllloiiH larger than whs cMlmnterJ. Somo large receipts from Fhlliideliihla In connection with the I'emiBylvanla nubscrlptloim lu'lpod to thin reKult. and thn wi?ek'B averiiKCS ptulmMy liad Ulu HdvHiitffKO alßo of Home of J"Rt wock'ii receipts, which cam...

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

10 Third Floor Inducements. 8 to 20c. Metal Beds. 21 White Enamel. 60 Cool-look* inp nnd cleanly, full width. $2.95. Fancy Wlilte JSnnmel. with nil Meta! Covered Trunks, $1.50. Metal Covered Trunks — 2S-lnch, Canvas Covered, made to stand Roller-Tray, you don't need a bureau with one, prices from $3.75 Curtains. The Snowflako — sounds cool, don't it— with pretty colored silk fitrfpe, J4.80 value, for 52.00 a pair. Fine Muslin, with colored borders and ruffles, add greatly to appearance of a room, 51.69, worth one-third more. 9 r SOME SECOND FLOOR SELECTIONS. I B Picked for your convenience in locating your wants. | Women's Suits. Women's Shirt-Waist Suits, newest styles and prettiest designs, values to $3.50. for $1.35. $5.00 Shlrt-Waist. Suits, $2.75. $5.50 India Linoa Suits, very stylish, $5.00. $9.00 Tailor-Made Whlto Irish Linen Suits, as pretty as a Juno day, $s.iiS. $15.00 Tailor-Made. White. Pure ' Linen, handsome and stylish, $10. Women's Skirts and Jackets. Linen Sheeting S...

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

MA GAZINE ¥.. ««?SM«S;SBSJBSiSS I WHOLE number, w». rtT" I ** /i TT T* TT""* (V\ //"** /I 7*"^ TT*^ /^^S "ii ' "^ /rf &7Ch *^i/^' Wja '"*^^& tftllfc ®}]l"* y '^' t ''^i 1 '•' "■!** JlT^ ,' "Don't you worry— m take care of him." The sight tha.t met his gaze overbalanced him. The instigator of the trouble restores peace and saves Grandpa's reason* BICHMOKD VA M SUNDAY. JUNE 28 4 lOOa, Grandpa wakes a moment later.whh a start. ' V Thought I heard a meow." '■'inn " Tin rinHEF"'— ]fi*>--And he wisely scrambles out of the storm centre. Mamma returns and' Grandpa resigns from any further care-taking. THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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

2 OF JACKSOM HOW HE MET HIS DEATH The Troops that Fired the Fatal Volley Not In the Least to Blame—New Reminiscences and Personal Incidents. The afternoon of May 1, 1863, my battery of tho Stuart Horso" Artillery Hattalion. -n-as on tho extreme left of, our •troops, then confrontlnK Hookers nrmy, ( near tho old Catherine Furnace, l^ito that '.afternoon wj -wore ordered to Bliell a gallant Charming Price, Stuart's ndju-"Flve-forty, General," 1 said. ''Thank; you; time wo worn moving," was tho GeneraJ'B laconio replyi 1 at onco mounted and went to my ■: guns. In a few minutes th^ clarion notes of tho bugle, from Major Hlackford'a Hkirinißh Jines, Homo hundred nnd fifty yards Jn advance, rani,- out the command "Forward," when Jackson's 20,000 vfite- P AMATEUR M HOTOGRAPH I ...is... ELEVATIKG AND INSTRUCTIVE " \ve Aim uiiAuyuAin Hits for 1011, ClEnilu, And All Photo Supplies. Developing; and Printing. Mail Order* Cllvcn Prompt Attention. THE S. GALESKI g OPTICAL CO., ; : j ManufacturinK...

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

c Russia Offers Great Opportunities for American Goods. rfipivlnl to The Tlme«-ni*P«tch.) BT. PETERSTHTno, May 19 — There aro bljr chances in Russia for tlw young 'American who will Uiko his foot In his hand and come over here and study tho language) and people. This market Is beyond conception enormous. It Is Just at Its beginning and It needs Simon pure Americans to handle American products. Bvery man who hns tried tho work In tho fight way has succeeded, and I know a number who have established good businesses. I traveled from St. Petersburg to Moscow the other day with a Now Yorker Who wan sent to Russia to sell American goods. Ho failed at thn start not knowinn: the langungo but he now speaks tho Russian llko a natlvo and la doing well. Ho wasj stationed In Moscow and tried to learn Russian but ho found too many English and Germans there with whom be could talk. Ho then asked his employers for a few months' vncatlon nnd went to a town far back In the Interior •nd took board wit...

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

* A PEEP HERE AND THERE ABOUT THE BOOKS 'OF THE DAY Annie Cnrmel, by the Author of the "Heritage of Unrest"— A btor? of Canadian Yillngo Life, Recalling George ElHot's " Mill on the Floss." THE JULY MAGAZINES Recollections of. Dr. Packard, Bovlewed by ft Friend of tho Author, Now a dStlzen of Richmond — A Rtohmond l<ndy Gives Thomas Nelfoii I'afjo's Xc.w Novel a Konst— Sho Does Not Think It Equals Hlfl. OUier Books. ANNE CARMEL. By Owendoleri Overton. Published by tho Macmlllan Company, of New York. For ealo In Hlchmond by tho Bell Hook and Stationery Company. Pries JLnO. Tho perusal of "Anne Carmel" In some curious way pugßests to the reader's mind "The Mill 'on the Floss," by George Ellott. In one book, as In tho othor, a brother nnd sister, with the. strong llkoness nnd unllkenesa between tho two, bridged by mutual sympathy nnd Intuitive comprehension, form the rentrnl characters nnd absorb the Interest of those to whom thoy are Introduced. The first mentioned bonk dif...

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

c THE LATEST PICTURE HAT. - Of gray rice utraw. with llerre laco dyed to match Uilr hat, .will prqv« becoming tb nlmost any Tv<mrer. Tho crown Is largo and flat, tho dyed laco drapes the brim, nnd tho long gray plump, Rt.-n ting from a rosette of the Btraw towards the front, falls almost on tho neck at tlio back. / {FASHIONS FOR THE GIRL | | WITH WEEK'S VACATION I The girl who has only a short vacation la the girl who will b« most careful Jn the selection of h*r gowns. Rest and recreation depend partly on where one (joes, but they are not possible -without ease of mind. And Is a charming girl ever easy unless she In conscious of looking her very best? To know that Bhe has a stunning frock or that sho Is •wearing a hat that ta the envy of all the other girls In the neighborhood Ib a Kooa deal better for her than a tonic or nn ocean breeze. On the other hand, f Bhe doesn't feel well dressed no amount of vacation will do her any good. The ■will undo all tho good that the fre...

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

jSr pfTt» £j jiff B to al^^ Blr jBP K|L j> jRf B^_ 9 ISL £3 JS& En. Ma *tft*w^. p^ JHI (nv^* JBh. _jJ(L. _^P*, iv * ? r -^^- * -^™k _^^1- ■** • Vacation-Time Talks to Show Boys How They May Become Athletes Before Going B •"TFT bcy'R first thought when Ehe considers nthetlcs. Is to get s bIK muscle. Of nil fie rousClefl fjßf&J? of tlv? body that can lie mode big Wjfljvi by exercise, ha prizes most liipiily the biceps, the muscle on the upper arm, and most hoys are content once they nre ntile to show nn "egg" when they bend their arm and make the biceps tense. Now of all parts of the anatomy, the muscles »re tho easiest to develop, and of All the muscles it is the most easy to develop tho blaeps. Any boy. no matter how puny he may be. can develop his muscles, or any set of them, po that they will be big enough to command respect anywhere. And he can do It in an amazingly short tlmo If he will stick to It nnd work steadily. Steady work Is the secret. ...

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

HE T. D. C. C. GROWING AT A VERY RAPID RATE, f Learn The Words of America. Next Saturday will ho tlio Fourth of July, so tho editor of tho Children's pngft recommends Hie m^mherß of thn T. £>. C. C. to refresh tbrlr knowledge of tho national hymn, beginning: "My country, 'tis of the«, Bweet land of liberty. Of theo 1 Ring: I .nnd where my fathers died, Land of the pilgrim's priile, From every mountain filde I.ct freedom ring." It hns beon recently told that on slilpbbafd jimt beforn landing the rnmpnnlonH of the Voyßgft cloud a concert by Kinging 1 national airs. A largo rnmpHiiy was present, but not ono of tho Kngllfth or Canndlnn members of It hnltrrt for n mement over thn words of "God Save tho Klnflr," nnfl'tho grand nlr p»alocl forth ns In ono breath from every loyal subject of King Bdward. On the contrary, wh«n It came lurn for tho Americans to uplift their voices In ''Amerlen," been tin* ft book with the •words could not b« found, only a verne was given.. The edito...

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

THE ' YOUNG . MAN SHE .MET '£¥ . £D'M LIZZIE'S, THE GLORIOUS FOURTH WHEN MR. GEEZER WAS A" BOY! jcopjTlSfcCTS^by'wrß ilont. Orcat Drlt«ln*ißiEhl» Reierrwry ! THE TIMES-DISPATCH, BICHIMOOT), YA., JUNE 28, 1903. Jcopyrlght. 1903. by W. H." H* »rst. Crcat,DrlUto Right*' Rosrved.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

THIS TIME 3, FOUNDED 18S6. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON". June 25,-Forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday! Virginia— Fnlr Tuesday, warmer In the Interior. Wednesday fair, light west to southwest wlndn. . North CnroHnn— FMr Tuesday nnd WMttr.siliiy; light to ftcsh winds, mostly southYcßterday was considerably warmer th.m it.s predepceiwrs, tho merrury at 3 o'clock reaching K> degrees. For to-day nnd to-morrow fair weather Is promlßO'i. one] It will be. warmer In certain portions. KTATfo OF THE THERMOMETER, iVM M :.:::::::::::::::::::::":"""":"" j» a p. m *•' 6 P. M M fl I. M M \2 midnight Average ?"■?,- Highest toinporaturo yesterday j^ lowest temperature ycalftfday ™ Moan temp^ratiiro yesterday <'_> Normal temperature for June j-> Woparliiro from normnl temperature. ia Precipitation during past -i hours.... w MINIATURE ALMANAC. June 30, 1303. E;in ripen 4:63 111011 TIDE. BUtl Beta 7:.'.l Morning £.4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

2 fh"!r tour of duty hern will end, but nil are hopeful thnt It will be soon. It cannot Tip. 100 poon for many of them, whn hive left thMr business Interests nt home find wlph to get back to them. At headQuarters laft nlpht when It wnq nskod how tmtcli longer the troops would be hero the answer ■wao: "I do not know. Aa long; n« nccesnry, 1 presume." Despite this non-committal reply, however, there Is a general fooling nmoug th« men tint they will get away Ibis week. If condition?! continue Improving n° they nro now doing it Is generally mlmlttml thnt the soldiers will go homo this week, though them is no posit lvp 6*sUratic6 of this. A fotv muttering? and prophecies nro ptlll heard, such ns "Walt until the military so," nnd "tf tho poidlern go n»y time. soon, thoy wlll'htwe to como back fn a wee!;." but those are gem-rally r.->-Rfirrted :i;= Irresponsible nnd meaningless. The general fueling is that wholhcr the ptrlkc is over or not lawlessness Is, nnd thai tho strike may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

SEARCHED TWO YEARS Devoted . Mother Has Not Given Up Hope. BOY GONE TWO YEARS He Was Temperate and There Was No Explanation for His Going Away. Mother Has Traveled Many Miles. (■fiperl.il (o Tlir Tlmes.nispntoh.) NEW YOltk", Juno 29.— Although o two-years' Bonrcti, ilurliiK which fih» iris traveled many hundred mil's, has fallen to reveal to Mrs. Joseph liugl any tidings of hnr only «on, whose, disappearance In August. lflOl, mystified his parents, phn is to-day continuing- her qiiust, firm In tho belief that her boy win bo restored to her. Kudolph llugl wnrf tivonty-lhreo years old when ho disappeared) He was r. young man of temperate habits and d.ivoted to his parents and to his home!. Anguish hns weighed heavily on Ihe lltigls. Either tho husband or wife la nlwayn nt their home, nt No, 233 Kant Twenty-second Street, bo thai. If Jindolph returns the door will bo open for him.' Mro. Hugl hna Interested several people In Buffalo and Chicago In tho BO&rchi Rudolph wns emp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch. PHsTiPfT Daily flnn 1 Weekly ul No. 4 orlh Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. fenteftd Tnmmry 27, IPO3, nt Richmond. Vn., ns SecondClbm Matter, under Act of Conjures* of March % 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is loin 1 at 2 conts n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is sold n(. fi cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— fiO cents a motilhl $5.00 n year, $2.R0 for b!s months; SI .SO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.n0 n year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. snrltiriinp Sunday, in Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per ■week, or 50 rents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Cnrrier, 5 opiifs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, PI.OO venr. AH Thisipned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications •will not be tchirnod unless- accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Proud Street. TUESCAT, JUNE 30, 1003. From June Ist tho price of The TlmesDlspatch, delivered by carrier within the corporate limits of Richm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

STATE GETS A VAST SUM Fifty Thousand Available ToMorrow for Virginia Soldiers DICK BILL PROVISIONS It Will Make State Militia Equal to Regulars in Equipment and Instruction, and Will Not Abridge Rights of Governors. To-morrow 'there will bo In the Treasury of tho United States $49,427.20, to bo lued for tho betterment of the Virginia militia. More than half of this sum comes through the Baron amendment to tho Dick bill, tho remaining portion being tho usual apportionment out of Die regulur appropriation, Tho future of tho State militia Is assured. Tho national government, under the Dick bill, approved January 3d, IrKM, makon provision for the wiulpment of tho militia of thp Hevernl States nnd territories of the Union with tho Rime completeness and adequacy as the regular army. All Stnte troops are to have tho aame guns, the nnrno uniforms and other equipment an the rpgular troops have. They are to have camps of Inntructlon when nbededi they aro to uhc tho sumo tactics, .and In every...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

8 STRIKE IN PETERSBURG Orr and Grlggs Address Carmen in Sunday Meeting. H. COVINGTON'S FUNERAL His Nephew Buried from His Home In Chetterfteld— Thirty Children Tako Their First Communion— An Unruly Negro Punished. (Special to The Tlmes-Bispntch.) PETERSBURG, A'A., Juno 29.— Rezln Orr, secretary and treasurer, and AY. J. Griggs, president Division 152, held a meeting with the strlklnK street car men In this city yesterday, but nothing wpuld he gls-en out for publication. , Tha men pay their chances to win nra brighter than tlvy havo lioen nt all; that no man nmong them has weakened. They do not bellevo tho people will ride till the strlko Is off. Tho bricklayers' union Bnturdny nlcht appropriated $^ for thn striking car men in Petersburg, and passed a. resolution providing that any member of the union found riding on tho cars during tho strike •will be fined $10. STRIKE NEARLY OVER. The officials of tho A'lrslnla Passenger nnd Power Company In this city bcllOVO that the strike Is nea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

Wheat Crop of Virginia Is a Good One. THE FIRST BINDER BUILT Rockbridge County Was the Homo of Its Inventor — Monument May Rise to Him There— Tho Epic of Corn-Bread, (Special from a Start Correspondent.) great wheat growing counties of tho Valley ami Piedmont, la far hotter than tho average. Within tho past ten days I huve boon through moro than a. dozen of the wheat counties of Virginia, and have talked with hundreds of farmers. Almost without exception they unito In saying the crop is good; ninny of them have told me that It has not been better In ten ; yearn. One of tho largest wheat growers of Pago county told me ho did not remember having had a liner crop "since tho war." H would ho hard to find In this ' country, I think, Holds of Crier wheat than those which have Just been linr-n-ested In tho vicinity of Luray. Tho flhocka dot tho fields no thickly It looks ns though It would bo difficult to drlvo a ■WHBOn among them. The crop In RockIngham Is flno, but it appeared to me that...

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