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

9 OLD SWEET WAKES UP rhe Glow of Summer Makes Beauty. Life and Motion. WHERE ALL ARE YOUNG The New Belles and the Old-Once a Belle at the Old Sweet the Highest Honor in Southern Social Life. Some Pen Pictures. (Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.) OLD SWEET SPRINO-S, W. VA., July ».-The sun Is throwing dark mountain ihndows across the emerald bosom of tho lawn «.nd the rich upland meadows gleam m their wealth of Ivy blossoms an vernnl Mtors. This Is the land of the wild (lower and wild bird, whern the blue violet finds iv home in the flower-strewn valleys, and the wood thrtmh oarolß tha coming of spring, Fleecy clouds float like guuzy banners over the crest of the blue robed mountain, tlntlnff with deft touches the varlrgnted scenes of nature's Itudlo. "Land of Arcadia, neutral ground, Where battle flags nro furled, And peace bar olive branch Sprtads o'er all tbe world." 'The Sweet" Is an old Virginia landmark sacred to the dreams of ouc vanished youth and bright with the forms of the be...

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

IT CIRCLED THE EARTH Message Around tho Globe In Very Brief Time. MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT Sends Greetings to Governor Taft at Manila— The Latter's Reply—Cablegram to Clarence Mackay and His Response. (B7 Awoclated Prwi.) NEW TOitK, July 4.— The laat connection In the Pacific Cable Company's cable wan made at Honolulu to-night at lv:.O (Eastern time) and a cablegram wan flashed around the world in nine and onehalf minutes. The first message over tho cable wa« vent at 10:40 P. M., by President Roosevolt, at Oyster Bay, to Governor Taft at .Manila, as follows: To Governor Taft, Manila: 1 open the American Paclfle cable with greeting* to you and tho people of the Philippines. (Signed.) THEODORE ROOSEVELT. At 11:19 P. M. the following reply was received by the President from Governor Taft: To President: The Filipino people and the American residents in thes« Islands are glad to present their respectful greetings and congratulations to the President of tho United States conveyed over tho cab...

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

8 THE BRONZE STATUE OF LIBERTY^ IS BEING WASHED FIRST TIME Perilous Work on Dome of National Capitol. HOW IT WAS GOTTEN AT Scaffolding of Light Weight, but Secure, Built to Hold the Workmen who are Engaged in the Delicate Task. (Special to The Timcs-Difp.itch.) WASHINGTON, D. C, .luuo 27.— The bronze statue of Liberty, which crowns the dome of the National Capitol, is now being washed for the first time In a perod of nearly forty year?. This task has proved exceedingly hazardcus. Workng at a height of -*7 feet from the round, with but very little space in hieh to move about, the feat requires men of nerve and coolness. Mr. Macichol, of Washington, who has the conract for cleaning and painting the Caplol, has a force of thirty men working on the building, and when It became nown that t.he statue was to be cleaned, every one of them volunteered to undertake the task, and did not consider that they were taking their lives Into their own hands to work at such a height. Mr. Albert Ports ...

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

HELP WANTF.D— FEMALE. STENOGRAPHER. We sr» hßTlntr call! for stibntlltila elenoKrnpheis texpefUnfiW), Oti« now. -i\Tlli"K^'il'«.i'l« r rlVs. " BirPTibtMßN* 111.IU.AI', rioiithcrn Slnmp anrt Slnty tn., LADY WANTED: *1B weekly: permanent, ftrflJtld r-niiilnj-nionl nl home! FlO eTp«-rleni-o ni-edeil: tnslerlnl furiilnhMl. Bticlo«« utampediiiMrcsi8t ""ewTirk T ' CKBT C '°" "' * WANTED, NEAT OIHL, whltfl or eolorea, for .WANTED, COOK and HOUSEMAID: only thoie linvinc Knoll rpriimiucndntlons n'i>i) npply. fnll st No. 30S Wc«t Hraco Klreet, Jl:.10 to ]2:.10, Monday nnd Tucsflay. WANTED, »n accomplished, trustworthy lady C. NVABBBB, nnnlerl nllbo for Ill'hmnnil. M iiirlie.iler. PetiTPlturp. Norfolk nnd <ilhfr rl Ipb, in ne.ll a new book, Jnut out: s undine. Nt rm-tlrf. qulik kcllliir, luoney-Rnlllhß l«w!i. • nil rolleet n» slm tells; nn active, reFolnte (wrld'r iniKlit Id nell Z% to r,O copies of this frnutlfiil Imok dully, reslltlnir from *0.2.'. lo na.fiO en«h per dn...

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

ttO POLITICS IN YORK Mr. GofTigan Decides Not to Run for the Senate. HOG MEAT IS NOW COSTLY Cattle of All Kinds Now Show tha Good Effects of Good Breeding— Warm Fight for Commonwealth's Attorneyship. (SpeeUl t© The Ttme(i-Pl»r»tch.> TORKXOWN. VA., July 4.— The political campaign for legislative honors Is waxIng- warm, and many ardent ndvocatcß of. the several prospective candidates are hustling thn causes of their' particular choice. The race will evidently be an exciting- one, tho victor earning his spoils with much labor. Jlr. W. K. Gofflgan, i'ork county candidate, who has been so persistently entreated to accept the .hcud of the ticket In this district, has finally decided not to lipcomn a candidate, so It Is learned, and will not accept tho nomination. Mr. IS. C. Madison, of Denbelgh, was her" during the week and announced hlmrsclf a candidate for the office. Mr. Madison .has represented Peninsula Virginia before in the legislative body, ajid is quite well known. Oth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

THs'Wffi!: 58S8BSS !tt I WHOLE NUMBER, 16^285. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WAfUTINOTON-, July f,.— Forecast for ffvipeday and Wednesday; Vlrglnln Fnlr Tuesday btkl Wednesday , North Carolina— Fdlr Tuesday and Wfl< JHf j pdny, except FhowerH on the const: Thero was llttl" comi'lfllnl of t.he ternPfirnHire yesterday, a maximum of fr not bfilrig vo'ry oppr^pelve after the revere fefcfiertence tb* nabple hnvn rerontly under. Bon. Fair weather Is expected to-day and toi-morrow. •FnWTK OF TUB THERMOMETER. ? A. M lj 12 M *< t P. M g 6 P. M > P. M I? U midnight '" Average '"•' Jfiphost temperature yesterday £1 J,nw»st (empornturo yesterday is JlMn temporature yesterday i* Tformnl temperature f°>' •'"'>' f V> Departure from normal temperature.. '^. RICHMOND. Mr. Slebert Cease probably ***■&}% wnun«i*vl by an unknown person fcnnflay afternoon; many Interesting ctevMopmonis In tho cnee Movement of yoldlors iro...

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

r Nlnorn the French AmbfisMrtor to Iho %'ntlcnn hfK.' In spite if the strained tplaf ion's belwCPn tho Trench republic nnd Die Holy See, called dully fIUTinR the jPonllfS'B illness and had OXprOPSrd to Cardinaj RAtrtpollfl the concern .of tno French fcowrnmenti n? well tm fTTnt <-/ PresMont LmibGt On hearlnc; Hint *!ib Austrian Arnbns»ndor to tlio Vfttlcftn, Count Srccr.an de Tomerln, wn« HI. ths Popn ex|iro.«scd his sorrow, ami said ho hoped It was not as serious as Ills own enre. . . „ When tha Popo v.-n<i Informed of I.mr»ror FrAncis Joseph's dispatch, coniniu- HIS SIMPLE TASTE Left a Poem in Latin Written Durign The Tope, even when in good hen It h sleeps only four or five hours each nlwiit and often in thn morning his bed is undisturbed and the Pope Is found asleep in tho very chair, before his writing table. In which ho now reclines. Tho only window of tho combined bedroom and study of thn Pontiff, overlOOUs the colonnade of the piazza of St. Peter's and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

ENDED HIS OWN LIFE William W. Knight Shot Himself In the Mouth. HIS MIND UNBALANCED The Old Gentleman Has Recently Celebrated His Golden Wedding Anniversary—Brooded Over His Children Leaving Home. (Special (o The Tlmeß-Dlspatch.) BTTFFOL.K, VA., July o.— William W. Knight, a well-to-do resident of Wiggins' CroHR-Hrinds, N. C, to-dny Klmt hlmsetfc to doath. Knight, who was Bcventy-one years old, leavos four daughters and thrcs Rons, fimong whom aro Dr. William Knight, of Newport News; J. O. Knight, a merchant of WhaleyVllle, Va., and J, R. Knight, a druggist of Krankllnvllle. Tho deceased whot hlmsolf In tho mouth with a pistol. Only ono shot was fired. Tho hall entered his mouth n.nd lodg'd 1b the rear of the skull. The old man won found on his doorstep dying. Ho •won a deacon In Eureka Baptist Church nnd was prosperous financially. No cause for the self-destruction Is known. The theory Is that he brooded about the leaving of all Ills children, as they were married, until hla mind b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

9 The Times- Dispatch (PnMlsnec! Dnlly nn4 Weekly nt tf6. 4 NoHh Tenth Ftxeet, Kichmnnd, Va. Enlnri>d January 27, IMS, nt Richmond. Va. ( m SecondClass MnHer, under Act of ConßTPsa of MflTch 3, 1879. The' DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is *old nt 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold nt 5 cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mfltt— B0 cents n month; $5.00 a venr, $2.50 for lix month*; $l.."0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil fiJ.On a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, inrinding Snndny, in Richmond and Mnnshester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUMSAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, £1.00 rear. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unles* accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 510 East Broad Street. TUESDAT, JULY 7, IMS. Prom June Ist tho price of Tho TimesDispatch, delivered by cnrrler within thfc corporate limits of ...

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

JUDGE WITT AGAINST RIOT Charges Grand Jury on This and Boycotting. QUITE A DRASTIC PAPER Body Finds Some True Bills In Mlno Cases, and is Adjourned Over Until Next Monday— Some Rumors of Boycott. At the opening of tho regular July term of the Hustings Court yesterday, tho feature was the sweeping charge to the grand Jury by JuflßO S. H. Witt, on the subject of rioting and boycotting, growing out of tho street car utrlko situation. It had becomo known around that J-iW Honor would ha/ye something to ray on this line before the court met, and tho reBiilt was that quite, n crowd of Interested epectn.tr.rs wero nn hand. The Jury when tnadtf up was thus instructed by the "Tho conditions which exist In our midst to-day ren.lor It necessary that your attention should bo called especially to the laws of tho land made for the protection of society" and ~.r fho maintenanco of the peaco find quiet of the community. The two branches of the law to which 1 direct your attention are known as the la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

o\ PEPPERY CULPEPER Supports One of the Warmest. Factional Fights. A PROSPEROUS COUNTY Number of Small Farms Greater than In Neighboring Counties— Tillage and Pasturage Make its Wealth. Sturdy Middle Class. (Special from a Staff Correspondent.) CULJREPER, VA., July 6.-Culpeper | might very appropriately bo termed tho county of fair women, fine horses, fnt cattle and political factions. 'The people, are prouU of the first three; sometimes I think thoy aro secretly proud of their ability to maJntaln for years this ■warmest factional political contest In Virginia, with Rhann.ndo.ah and. Norfolk coun- | tics possibly excepted. Certain it is thai tho . people regard their factions as lcgltl- j male subject for jokes, and In the past , two or throe dnys 1 have heard a mini- J box of good ones made at tho expense j of tho contestants on each Bide Impartially. This article Is not going into the details of the Internecine war In Culpeper, Prudence and one or two other conslderatlona forbid. ...

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

FIGHT FOR TELEPHONE Now Company Chartered for Asiieville, N. C. BELL CO. INTERESTED Al Least Incorporators Are Prominently Connected With that Company. Other Charters Granted In North Carolina. •(Special to Thn Tlrr.cs-Dl«patch.) RALKIGH, N. C, July C.-A charter •WB.B granted yesterday by the Secretary of State to the Aphevlllo Telephone nnd TftleKraph Company; capital iSOO.OOOi authorized nnd $1X5,000 subscribed, Rush Craig, W. 8, I'rnctor, Frank Carto-r, W. T. Gentry and Hunt Chlpley nro Ui-e InCOfporators. Th<s company Is the outcome of the big tr-lephono fight that lias been waged In ARheville for Rime Mmn against the Southern Bell Company. It is a significant fnct that most of the Incorpnralora of the new company are prominently connected with tho Southern Hell Company. Record was marjo to-day In tho Secretary of State's office that the rn.plt.il Ptock ot the John Slaughter Company, of OoldsWo, to JIO.iXA The Economist Company, of Kllzabeth City, la chartered to publ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

* SOLDIERS ARE SOON TO LEAVE (Continued from First Face.) MiinehPFter over the shoottng of Luther Taylor, who was shot and killed Saturday. A fund is now bring raised by a number of prominent citizens for tho prosecution of the soldier who did the shooting. It Is claimed that the soldier fell from the bngtry, and Taylor could n control the horse, which was running So'far as the other sections of the strike. region are concerned no reports nnvn bpen received to indicate any serious disorder whatsoever. At military hcadquartrrs lnst night It was stated thnt the situation was as quiet as a Sunday school. which led the soldiers to believe that the period of disturbance nnd oxrltomont wns over for good a.nd all. though ninny or them, including porno of the prominent officers, are possessed of tho fe.ir of which mention Is made tn the beglnlng. Many people rode on tho cars during the day, scarcely realizing or caring to note that the soldiers were not there. No Settlement in Sight. As the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

A HUNDRED FOR FARLEY That the Fine Imposed on tho Chief Strike-Breaker. YOUNG WINN RELEASED Crime Charged to Him Not Proven, andj Passenger & Power Company Asked His Discharge— Other Cases Conlinued. Hot nnd filming an il was BOi'cral hundred persons crowded together for throe or four hours yesterday, while sat the Magistrate's Court of Hunrlco, In trial of tho night or ten cases growing out of the present street car disturbances. So groat w«« the throng that the room ot the County Court was pressed Into t<ervlcp for 1h« time being, nnd even there thn conditions wero far from pleasant nnd comfqrtaWe. Ah n result of tho day's work Iho cases ot tho three guards, charged wl"h BhbotIng Into the crowd in tho West End, wero continued; tlin Angle-GulgOri affair also wont over; tho case of Winn was postponed! young Abbott was dlnohnrged; and Farley, chief of tho Btrlke-brrakers wa..i fined' $100, from which verdict he ttfok an appeal. Tho fining of Farley w.-ih the ch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

w STAGNATION ON 'CHANGE Few Traders on Hand and Trading Inconsequential. \IMLESS DRIFT OF PRICES t They Moved in Boih Directions, bu Were Never far from Closing of Last Week— Bonds Dull and Irregular. ■YORK, July 6.— Tlio explanation ■red of the extreme dullness of Jay's market that many iiiemo wanted n holiday <>n I- rlilny red tho session of tlie rxchnngo rtanallon was supplemented tothe further suggestion that tlio have not yot returned from ■atkms. Thrro Is very little more to be said of the dnj-'s market, which nhowed no larger ndßrPgate of transactions than that of last Friday. Tho fow members present on the floor wore almost idlo, and tho small trading among themselves was listless and inconsequential. There was an almloss drltt of arlce«s downwards, then upwards, and finally yielding, making the closing tone easy, but the average level was at no time far away from last week's cloainK ' Part of tho dullness was ntlrlbutnblo to a diversion of speculative ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

HELP WANTED-FEMALE. .WANTED, COOK and HOUSEMAIDS only thoa» b«Tln« Kon,l recr.mmeniistlonfl nee.l apply, 'km lit No. Rn* West Crane Street, 11:30 to 12:J'». Mondny and Tuesday. WANTED, a fust-clane COOK, not to sleep on M. Applr Sl2 Ei ft Frnr.klin. SITUATIONS WANTED—F EMALE, WANTED— I «m twenty-eight years of age, without ennimtirance; have severs! fttn eiperleniv In botel work; woulrt tske n pine" a« bnuoekerpor or at mm« mimmer resort; dl«-tani-e no ol, lection; reference furnished. A<lrtreM Mlf« M.i fare thin office. H BLP'WAN f E D— M ALE. BTEADY WORK at hlph wanes for » few «r«tclaM non-union IRON MOULDERS; h»a»y lohblnß chop; no trouble; rtinnlni? """•" '''''" for oter two yearn. Address THE LORAIN FOtJNDnY CO., I/iraln, 0. WANTED, young MAN «t«!no(trnplier by Urtjß pnnpcrn: (rood «»larr and pvospepta. Apply "t oncft EMPI/iVMRNT niMIBAU, Goutbcrn Rtamp and Ktatlonwy Co. CARPENTERB WANTED at Canton Eletator N'fl. !t, nnltlmore, Jld.i wsr«», »1 pfr day ot 10 hours. W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 July 1903

tot Miller & Rhoads. j Miller & Rhoads. Light-Weight Summer Corsets 39c. Worth 50c. Good quality of net, boned with steel and stripped with fine Sat. teen. To insure a good shape these Corsets have a double front steel and have a Satteen Zone at the waist line. Several hundred in this lot that we bought underprice and can sell for 39c, each although they are regiilar 50c. goods. ■" Arc You Moving Into Your New House? We mnkfl ard hung all kinds of ivlnCoxi ahade?. We cell r<-Ua.b!e mattings and lay tbem for you. We sell all kinds of rugs for halls, pcrlor, dirJngM-oorn and Vied-fooms. /hu^f^SC^^^ I Social and I {Personal 1 BOCIETT olatocut K.nG'Vs ! 'am7snvV Active preparations are alrearlv being made in Norfolk by the Fickett-fcuchivn-B.n Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy. In regard to the State Convention of Daughters, which will meet In Norfolk the 21st of October next. This will be tha first convention in which tho united divisions of Virgi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 July 1903

Tira'gSp^.SSSlJßißiSS: f WHOLE NUMBER. 16,287^ SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS light* variable wind?. M North Carolina— Fair T.hiircclny ; Frldny fchowers In int'Tlnr, fair on the coast; liKht. variable winds. Slightly wp.nnrr wealh&r prevailed v r *- iMdu.v, lmt tho high nsure of a few days nKo lui!x not. Vftt been reachefl. 'In-diy and to-morrow It will be fair, according Id prophfcl* 1 ,"!, and Ilia thfiinometer will llncrr iiround the same maik. STATE 01* TUB TIIKHMOMETER. P /.. M 7« 12 M M s p. ;>r *9 r, p. m M P V. M 15 . 12 nililr.lght 16 Average 81V4 3ilf,-lirsi temperature yesterday '1 Lowetsl ("mpiMamrp yoslerdny 1.7 Mr.m teniii'Miitiii" ycnteTdny '■! Normal temperature for July ;, PenarturO from normal temperature.. "1 rreclpltatlon during p.ist H hours,... CO MIX! ATT p. B ALMANAC, ,luly P. IW3, fi'in rl*e> )RS i ttlOM TIDE, Sun tet* ",-'AI I Mornlns 4; -l Moon risen 7.35 | Evening* r ' RICHMOND. Kditors William H. Mullen and Sidney C'Bteß, of "Tl...

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