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

NORFOLK IMBROGLIO Factional Fight as Far as Ever from Settlement. WILL SWANSON WITHDRAW Rumor Has it that Judge William Hodges Mann Can Have Nomination for Governorship if He Desires It. The Times-Dispatch Bureau, No. 141/ O Street. N. W,, Washington, D. C. June 2Dth. I nave It o,n perfectly reliable authority that the State Comm'ttee did pot nettle the Norfolk county factional fight at the meeting: In Richmond on the 26th instant. The committee, by a vote of £2 to 12, decided to recognize the •traightoutß, headed by Mr. George W. Jones, of Berkley. The decision wnu a treat setback to the Fuslonlßts, but they would have taken their defeat In good part. I am told by one of them, had there been a full attendance of the committee. The Fuslonlst alluded to clnfmr<J to-day that only about fifteen menDers of the committee wero present in person, the remainder being represented by proxies. He made the remarkBble aßHertlon that Mr. Lynch Montague, who held a proxy nnd was present...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

f* filler & Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. of Our H Stock Clearing P Sale This Week. Wo gave the men's department folks a days start on tho others id they've used it to good advantage judging by Saturday's and Menay's crowds. No wonder when such unequalled bargains nre offered as BOe. and 780. Negligee Shirts for 39c. H.OO and tI.M Negllgfie Shirts for Tr.c, and tho beet $I.M NTegilgeo Shirt I that's made — many of them— nuch ng tho now Oyntor Grays, being sold for L twice that much In New York. I tock Clearing Sale in . Stock"ciearing i in the Jev/elry Section. m the. Hosiery Department. c»o an>i 6»c. Btcriing piivcr naby m J SponnH now 25c. X 3c. and 3>c. Hosiery for Ladlrs-ail ih - 5 and *J- 8;> Stirling Sllvpr Baby W . * Spoons ifow 69c. Wnv , patterns— now «7«. All with curved hnndlcs-somfi with f BOc. Hosiery-all colors and some lace cd'bo^s!" 1 bowl!3 "" olll/jrs wlth fi7lsrav ' I ftects— Jtße. y I I 78c., JI.OO, J1.25 nnrt $...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

L SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE!. PaWtFd. fniillfn' WASHING: pcofl rrf^recce. I_APPI' MJ 'jllmoro Strrct. r business opportunTties. 1 Ike OF Tlfcft bill cst4iMl»Jn>il rft«ll buslnf««»» ft !r Ilif iMt.r'wnnt* n p«rtn^r: muPt bi> » «*" Writrf Ihl* Ptrirp._ I FOR~RENT~ FOR nr.NT*^9O6 Franklin Strffit. Fo'if r «rlldilsr« »ddr«>*« .IOF-Ij R. rKKRIN. ftotn Ek"*ANTED, *dnlt ccciipunts for four-room FLAT; rrrv plrsssnt utid convrnlcntlr Fltnnted: terms ', rr.p.'lrr.ito. Address "J.." eflre thl» offlci-. POR SALE. JPRUG STC'RE for »»1»> »t Lyncliburit, Vft.: tnrke, J1.20n. For further lVtleuinr* nd■JLtm POt THEIJN DRUG AGENCY, Newport nro[K>rtj- In Vlrclnift, n"nr rnll■^Bl IMi-wmor: tern... >•**/. I'Yiinr.H, H^^H"!:'.! -'-;-. llollndnj-, V«. Business anl Btore I'litfiirrs: 1. nontli fldn of nrnnd Street; cplir for con feet lonerr nnd fnilt: rhnni-n Address "Qt.'lCK," euro this Furniture, Lowe And Oood Will nf ■ 'il )•,-.! In town ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

IT GAINS GENERAL Market Is Moro Active { Than for Weeks Past. MONEY IS HIGHER t i. tfUins for the Day Were from I to 2 3-4 W Points, and Market Closed Very f Strong and Active at Top ' Level. ' NEW YORK, Juno 29.— To-day's utock oarket Rhowed more animation on a trongly rising scale than has been seen or many weeks. Huslnrss for tho first wo hours -wns considerably In excess of. he average for tho fully dully trading of ant week. Tho market cloEPd'vory active md strong with the top level of the dny well maintained. Net Kalnn of Ito 2% rore general among tho leading ac'lv" " Reading was f>nslly tho leader of tho ay'« jniirkot with Its advnnco of 2% on le purohnso of enormous blocks on a contantly rising ficale. The Pennsylvania roup of roalnra was conspicuous lhrouß.liut, and Pennsylvania ltnolf broke through he opposition which hold It for a timo t 125 and rose to tho best In tho Into eallngß. The grain carriers wero later to espond, but they came forward vljtorousy In th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 June 1903

SERMONS ON THE STRIKE pastors Pray for Peace and Quiet Again. DR. HAWTHORNE'S SERMON Strong Discussion of "The Obligation gf All Men to Respect Civil Authority and to Obey Civil Law. Severn! pastors hnd something to ssy Sunday about tho present troubled condition of Richmond nnd Henrico county. A number of them prayed that peaCO and quiet might conio to the city again. Ono pastor preached on the subject, "Thy Kingdom Come." nnd concluded by rcmnrklng thnt tho kingdom of heaven •was far away from HUhinomi Just <it present, nnd "thnt Hip condition of tho olty at this tlmo showed 11.0 need ot ■work for tlio kingdom. DR. HAWTHORNI^'S SERMON. At tho Grove Avenuo Baptist Church n largo congregation heard tho Rev. Pr. J. B. Hawthorne preach on "The Obllgaitlon of All Men to Respect Civil Authority and to Obey Civil Lnw." His text wbb r Peter, 2:13: "Submit yourfclvps to every ordinance 3* man for tho Lord's sake." Ho said: To unsplrltual, unregoncrnto men, ono of tho most offens...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

th^iVa^OTSSBSK I WHOLE NUMBER,J6,2B2. SU^^ARY OF DAY'S HEWS row fair aud vory warm wentlilr is lookSTATE OP TUB THERMoiIETKR. jiVr/. i;;;;.";;.'.".''''.:".'.'. ■.".!'.".;.'L".".'.".'.'i* w « P, jr l '■>?. c. p. M f M (I P. M / M Highest temperature yWefW j]l Lowest temperntnre yeste/jfly i" Mean temperature yeHtrrqiy Kj Xormnl temperature, for »*"ly wj Departure from normnl t*np n r.iture. n_ Precipitation during pastM hours.... W MIXIATUHK AT,MJ.NAC. I July 2. 3!WBtinrlse* 4:;! I Hldrfripß. j7 Moon 5et5. ...1J. 07 1 KvenJ'K 11:18 RICHMOND Cars to bo run on Manoi^ter and Seven IMnes lines to-day StnohMter «n-i C'n°nterlleld call for trows to Insure the observance of goorl ordo> — Soldiers oj'nj flhootliiß recklessly; no ihotc llred unloM Ihey are attacked Go *"V ni"' h™nß terday, the hottest day f the season ; two jCducallon decides to t-•t -• to obtain an expert for Stat» llbrai'la. — Governor Montague officially decide* Manchester a first-class city Motiod Is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

3 (trtkM icli'''wJi«'r<«, -which must also ■be provided for. An Active Conductor. In tho operation of tb" cars yestMday *po -wn!» dIF.-ilited .it Ninth nnd Main BtreMs, Just ns the enr wns rnterlnß tbn Switch, into Ninth, thus blocking th« trflek. Tho trolley polo pprinp. which prff'i It upward ngafn.=t tho who. •nsppH. nnd th(> <^\r -wnn holplosp, pn thnt It could Tiot move, eltbrr way. The eonductnr vns equal to tho emergency. however, nnd mounting the roof of the cur, ho bold tbo trolley pnl« In contact with tlio ciirront-(rlvlnpr wire, «nd rnn It thus to the barns, whom tt wns rrpslrod. A ear -wns recently run from Fulton to the nrprrvolr in the rame vray. nnfl at night, when a twin's life wns In Junker all tho time. ' Some of Farley's men will not leave tho city, but will make their homos Tiere. They are generally experienced mntormon and conductors, nnd &eV6rai nt them bnvo secured their release from contracts with Mr. Farley. These...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

MANCHESTER MEN ESCAPE Head-on Collision Near Jetersvllle; Nobody Hurt. a first.class city Vleeting of Fire Commissioners Last Night— Work of the Police for the Month— Union Picnic to B(ach Park— Rally Supper, Alanchefitcr Bureau Times-Dispatch, ) 1112 Hull Hfrect. J Keportn wtro received In Manchester lust night of a head-on colllspn of two fielght trains near Jele'rsvlllel yesterday evening, between two engines/with Manchester engineers. Them was much uncaslnepf when the firßt report was received, but later It w;ih learned that no one waJ hurt, both eitglnceiH saving themselves /by Jumping. The two men were Messrs Hobert VKlllrißton and John Ahcrnj Mr. Ahcrn left Manchester nt 7:15 oV.lfck yesterday morning, nnd Mr. Elllngtor was duo to arrive home at 5:15 yesterdty evening. Botli m<?n arr; very popipr, nnd thnlr friends are happy that theYWcre not hurt In the accident. FIXE BOAR!". Thn flro commissioners ;nct last night for the purpose of conHld^flng the report that thf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

« The Times-Dispatch Pubtißriprl Dally ftnrl Weekly nt Nd. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, 'Vn. EntfrM .Tsniinry 27, IPOS, at Richmond. Va., as SecondClass STnt,t*>r, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is SoJd at 2 crnls ft copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH h sold nt .■; cents n copy. DAILY TIKES-DISPATCH b? mull— "0 cents a month : $5.00 a year. $2.50 for «fx months; 81. SO For throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, rnetndinp Sundny, in Richmond and Manchester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 eenfs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 81.00 rear. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless necomparried by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. THURSDAY. JTJLY 2. 1903. From June Ist the price of The TlmnsDlspatch, delivered by carrier within the corporate l...

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

A TORPEDO BY CHANCE Explanation That Is Given in the Police Court. HAPPENED TO DROP IT And tho Place Where It Happened to Light Was the Street-Car Track. Result a Five-Dollar 'Another batch of strike cases were dlsposed of by 'Squire Graven In Ih6 Pollco Court yesterday morning. William N. Heath said ho was & railroad man and happened to have a torpedo In his pocket; he happened to cro»R a ftreot enr track nnd the torpedo happetl&J to fall out nf lilb pocket on to tho crino of the track. A car didn't happen to pass at the time, but a soldier happened to f=ce the torpedo, nnd Mr. Hrath anfl n. *5 bill became tct.'il BtranEfirH. •100 Howard, colored, bhl'J something nbout a scab, and it cost him *5. C. R. Dean uttered the word ncal). but ho explained that ho held no nnlmo?ity ngnlnut any ono, and then he threw blmnelf upon th« mercy of the court. WAS AbLOWKD TO GO. Thn court was merciful, and Dran was I«-imlttod to go without b<:!ng compelled ■to pay...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

« STRIKE OF ENGINEERS No Change In Situation In Norfolk. INSANE FROM CHAGRIN Man Who Was Engaged as Watchman for Seaboard Air Lino al - Time of Recent Fire Has Lost His Mind. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK, VA., July 1.-Tho United States Steamboat Inspectors Nicholson »nc Tnpley have had two enses to consider growing out of the marine engineers' strike. The first one was that of C. A. Buck, whom tho steamer owners' nllegcd had offered to instruct the llremen of the ferrybont Elizabeth how to tamper with the machinery of the boat fo that sho would not respond to the pilot's orders. Buck was acquitted. Now tho Marine Knglneers 1 Association brings charges ogainst H. S. Townsend, alleging that he noted as chief engineer when he had a license as assistant engineer only. The statement of tho defendant was lieard by the Inspectors to-day, and tho record of their finding was mado up to be sent to the new Department of Commerce to-day. It will be returned hero with approval or dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

FLAGMAN RUN OVER Slept at Ills Post and Answc4P^.th His Life. a MILITARY ENCAMPMENT North Carolina Teachers Are Expected to Attend Some Summer Normal. Twonty-Three Liquor Licenses Granted. (T-iif-cl.il lo The Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. C, July 1.-4 John Mann, a flagman on th« Southern Ball way, was struck ond Instantly klllfd nbout ;l o'clock this morning- by Sfaboard Air L'lne Train No. 88. Mnnn win sent back from a freight train to jlng, went to Sleep on the track at a point near the t»enltontlary. where the EJauthorn nrni Snaboard tracks are para-'lel. He was nwakened by the approach of a. train, which ho thought was th« Southern, so he Jumped on the Beaboafl track Just in front of tho train. His tody was bally mangled. No blame Is atlaohed to cither road. JTILITART ENCAItPMENT. Colonel Pearsall, prlvlto secretary to the Governor, Issued a statement this morning that the newspaper report that Oharldtto has been seleited as tho place of encampment for thi First Regiment Is a mis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

I HELP WANTED— FEMALE. OORAPHER. Wn aro having rails for ■Htnt* ft"noprflphrrs frsperHncfil). ono , ivlth gowl' Ml*rt*«. EMI'LOYMENT HUITEADY WORK at high wages for * few firstJobhlnß chop; no tro'uMe; rnnnlnc non-union for over two years. Address THE I.O RAIN FOfNPnV CO., Ir.r»ln, O. WANTED, a combination MAN; one who can Collect In lh(> mot-nines find do monographing and typewTitlnp In tlie nftprnMn»: mutt be troll acquainted In Iho city. Address M.i C. SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE. WANTED, by a sober Registered Pharmacist of experience, relief -work. Aildreps RELIEF, <v>ro this office. WANTED— A competent stenographer, bookkepper. collector and pcneral office man wants to make a chonfp; comfs well recnmmende<l. 8. J.. enre this oftloe. SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED, at ; once, Traveling Salesmen fer wholesale mllllm-IT house; state. rsprrlenc« and salary expected. L. JONAS AND CO., Nashville, Term. CANVASSERS WANTED^ WANTED, CANVASSERS; a very att...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

MARKET WAS APATHETIC All the Animation Has Apparently Been Spent. MONEY RATE EASED OFF This Had Effect of Causing a Moderate Recovery, Which Halted at About Tuesday Night's Level— Close Was Rather Heavy, (By Adßoclatod Press.) UFAV VOIIK, July I.— Tho neVly Hwnk•ned liopfi on tlio pnrt of Hit (.ominlH- • lon brokora of a iovlvml <■> Kjtcculatlon. which prompted tho e.xc/ango governors ypstcrday to dismiss ihn resolution of mcmher.s in favor of ti hollrlny on Friday, received a Kd.-back 10-dliy. All tho iiiilrniitlon WAS K')no outl*t the market, and tho npathctlc coruiliionx of lust wrick HccmeiJ lo ho rfincwctl 11 full fol'•'-'.f 01 '•'-'. Yesterday's Mitreniim or tfta loim rate to 10 per cent, nerved to IWlmlduto the tradliiK element. Thn raW <H'l not li<> Hbovo ti per font, to-dny, n('l In the iMte cJeHllnK.s caanl off lo nonlnul figures, flflor the pilnolpal demmd imd been The courso of pfi call money market, however, whs fel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 2 July 1903

TO Miller & Rho&ds. WEATHER FORECAST— Thursday fair and warm. BTOnE CLOSED ASAi DAT SATURDAY, .TtTLT 4TH. Parasols in The Stock-Clearing Sale. ladies and children's. Some of them from -our regular stock bought in the beginning of the season, and the others fresh new goods recently purchased uilderprifie. Soli,] Rlnck?. Polirl Wliifra nnd nil bor. of course, they're worth $2.00. . combinntions of colors FiiitnWe for ]'on>iee with linen stripes, Silk flnv kind of mtttinet rirfisS. G]oria nnd chiim iSi]kg> Plfiin or fancy rlcMffn?, Jim n.« you , . Almost, nny intermeninte price neLadies' Paxfl«ils sfnrt in price at *ween 08c. nnd $3.98. 98c. and it's surprising wlint pretty | Children's TnniFols from 15c. to ones they nre, though you'll remem- I 98c. What Stock-Clearing Does in the Wash-Goods Section. It has taken some of the prettiest Cottons you ever saw and ran the prices dovm from a third to a half. 50c. Imported. Novelties 25c&...

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

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Publication Title: Times Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 July 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION iui THE TIMES, FOUNDED USB Wr THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850 An Extremely Curious Afternoon With Old Jfflr* *Rjibberneque "I don't believe there's. any, fish there, myjrtend." "Ouchl I see— he_was tr/ing to extract it," "Glory me! I'll be full of plnholes when they get through!" "'Haa an iaea H was steam— but my! How sultry it Is!" | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,279. BICHMOXB VA., SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1903. "Why/.so.therc.isr^twfulWg'on^.too." " What .curious Uitle.boxesj 1 must investigate." " uear me — wny,. mis is giass i "There must "be something afire un^er here." a lVonder.why,he'a;sc>:caEKfil;of]fiiatatt&;** " Oh 1 , sateiaiive ! BUMBLE.BEES I All angry; too ! " i. certainly must see wnars m this. Ambulance, hospital, doctors, nurses, three weeks* rest THREE SECTIONS PEICE FIVE CENTS.

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

2 CAVALRY RAIDS Four Great Ones Under Stuart and Hampton. DARING ENTERPRISES A Readable Epitome of Some of tho Stirring Events in tho History of the Cnvalfy of the A. N. V. (Substance of an .sddress delivered by Dr. Georpo "W. Boalo beloro the LrfiwsonHalt Confederate Camp, of Ijnncaster county, on Juno 24th, lOffiU When the perfume of the Juno roses 5n tho year 1801 was wafted from Southern Kardcns find tho mocking: birds sang ■under tho full moon of that loveliest month/ 'tho tP^iJiielpal \NrmJes fji tho proax conflict between tbe States confronted each other on tho opposite banks of the Chlckahomlny. Tho Southern cavalry, under Brlpuller-Genernl Stuart, were encamped on the extreme loft of the long lino occupied by tho Confederates. There had been some days of nuictude jn tho cavalry camps— a quietude disturbed only by tho sound of many bupli'is deep down In thn woods, practicing the calls and marches under a musical director, when l.ilo one afternoon tho dull routine of camp 11 ...

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

.Cedars of Lebanon From Seed Obtained In Asia Minor. <Bppc!al Correspondence of The Timesnispatch.) BOSTON, MASS., July 4— A thnur.an'l lltflrt rnciars of Lebanon crowliiß up from afted brought from Apia M.nor Ib ono of the Interesting sights Junt now In one corner •f tho frames of the Arnold Arboretum ftt Jamaica Plain. Not thnt thny appear pt. present much llko their historic predecnssorß. Tn fnct, to the uninitiated all cedars look alike during their first year. Home of thorn ore In little boxes, so that they enn brs put out Into the sunshine or kept In the sheltering conservatories as may seem beat, whllo others Mnnrt rnnk by rnnk In the opnn-r.lr bed. But what make? them particularly fascinating Is their literary interest, nnd tho fnct thut they Rrem to be In ;i fair way to grow nnrt flourish. Just now. In spite of the inclemency of this spring wenther, they are nourishing like tho traditional green bny tree, and if they continue to do ro tho Aboretum will linve Intr...

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