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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

CHARGE TO GRAND JURY Judge Ingrain's Ringing Wordi in Manchester. THE KILLING OF TAYLOR "Jury Charged to Look Into it, and the Law Clearly Laid Down for Their Guidance-Will Meet Next Thursday. Tn the Corporation Court of Manchester ypntcrclny, Judge 1 John 11. Ingram tfielh' i' -i to tho Epoch 1 grand Jury summoned to fit In tho Investigation of the flhoollng nf Luther Taylor and cortaln other rn.-ittors (specified, ;i lengthy and powerful charge. <]pn]\nK In full with the law touching tho matters In hand. Close attention Was given by the Jurymen to the charge. Afler It wns read tho Jury nxJJoumrd to meet ThClrs3£K when tho Investigate will begin, The sc.itleinon who will sts t In the casea arc ns follows: O. S. Mcßao (foreman), Waverly Kunnally, A. F. Holt, George S. Grlzzard, ' J. B. Clopton. Charles Burkert. J. D. Mathewß, F. B. Dnnford. VV. \V. Pool. A. J. Daffron, O, J. Markham, R.-T. Cogbill. The Charge. After touching In Rp.nenil upon the powerii . of grand Jurors....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

<s THE LAMP EXPLODED Negro Ran Through Streets a Living Torch. LIQUOR LICENSE REVOKED Saloon Keeper, Convicted Under Mnrrn Law of Selling to a Minor, is Refused New Trial— Sailors from Monitor Arkansas Rescued. (Special to The TimeS-Ulspatch.) NORFOLK, VA., July 20.— 1t Is stated b<re this afternoon that the formal separation of tho Norfolk, Portsmouth and Kcwport News Company will occur at. the meeting of the Board of Directors on August 4lh. The cause of the dltcolution of the nine million dollar combine of the ciectric ligin. Kns and power plants, railways and ferries in this vicinity Is tho dissatisfaction of tho Alexander Brown, of Baltimore, Interest, which operated tho Be well's Point Hallway, on this side of Hampton Hoads. and tho Newport News Bnd Hampton roads, on the other side. Manaßer Hathaway hero declines to be quoted otherwise than to deny that dissolution Is duo to failure to negotiate thP bonds. Johu Wynne, oolored, of Brighton, Is lincorlng be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

SAM JONES AT GHAUTAUQUA Ho. as Well as Dr. J. William. Among tho Speakers. OST PAINFUL ACCIDENT Me. A. O, Brown. Leading Stock Deale r Sticks Nail Two Inches IntJ Hio Foot— Assault Caso is Com* promised. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WINCHESTER. VA., July 20.-The White Post Chautauqua commenced Saturday evening with an address by Rev. Charles H. Mead, D. D., ot New York. Yeetordny several thousand persons from Winchester, Frederick county, Clarke, Warren and adjoining territory assembled to hoar Rev. Sam P. Jones, tho great evangelist. The Chautauqua, which is being held by the Mcthodlsu, 'Will' co'ri'tir.uo until next Monday. Promlneru, Breakers, Including Rev. Dr. J. William, Jones, of Richmond; Sam Jones, Dr, Mead, Hoy, W. H. 11. Joyce, of-Luray;. Key. C. U. Harrlf, of Martlnsburg; Rev. Dr. J. P. Hyde, of this city; Kevr G. W. HrlgßS, Rev. S. G. Ferguson. R*V. CD. Bulla, will address tho meeting. Miss Belle Kearney, of Mississippi, will also bo a speaker, and tho music will be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

B HELP WANTED— FEMALE JTANTEI). » white NUMBE for tn » sl 7" B j}^ HELP WANTED-MALE Ts^s™ £^&* $P*tP ' * ftnl«hcr; st'earlv ifflploytnetlt ninl good wages. HAMMOND'S PRINTING WORKS, Uonnoke, Vn. WANTED, experienced BOOK-KEEPER,' to commence September 1M: ftnte expcrlenrc. where )■>( mnnlovpil ' roforenre. (snlary fxpectPd. Adfl "m THBt' E. ROBERTS TOBACCO CO., Chase City, Vn. WANTED binderr FOREMAN, alto good RULER. Tl'lE ° 11. AND W. B. DREW CO., Jack- _ ■ ■ ■ ' — yOUNO KAN for office and collecting position, fhls city; salary $20 weekly; chance for promotion; experience unnecessary; good address. »nd references rerinlred. Address MANAGER CLIXE, Colnninl Co.. Kochnster. N. .T. WANTED, a young MAN, between 18 to 25 years old. from Vlrplnln or North Carolinn preferred, to manage produce business In Phllndelphln: must have pood knowledge of tb<> same. Adfirosf MOI Kolsom St., West Philn. A COUPLE of bright young Mon, gooA penmen, qn/k and a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

LOW RECORDS OU 'CHANGE Liquidation Manifest In Individual Stocks, BEARS HAD THEIR INNING rrorcssional Tactics Played Part in the Day's Declines, as Was Shown by Occasional Rallies— Bui Buying Demand Was Easily Satisfied. NEW TOHK, July SO.-Ll'iuldatlon whs ■till manifest in W-day'a stock market. Fh6 acute Hrlling pressure wns congOFfd In Individual stocks'. The volume of ai:Mvlty was not great In the Kfncral list and thn droojdng tendency of the marlict nciiiird to bo largely in sympathy with thp wenkneps shown by BjifeHal yt^i ks. Professional bear tnctlos |)lujC(i~r pa^ f . In tho day's declines. n« waj shown by the occiislonai rrtllles, Hut, the dcnitmd on tills account Beemed to be nnnn h;illkfled, iiuil thi're whs no dini">sit;<jii to |nnnue tin! buying on any ndvancci Tho lilkli rrade railroad nIbCKB wero Ickr con* dplctiotiß In tim weoknous 11ml jitowcu *fiini! f«rly positive resldtunce" to-rtpprc-»lon. HuL, tin; weakness boonmo Beneri'l before Hie day e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 21 July 1903

no Miller & Rhoeids. Miller & Rho&ds. A Special Sale of Mattings This Week. liusido preparations for the new addition to our building will further cramp us for space in an already crowded store. Our Matting Department on the third floor has already felt this crowding and its contents must be thinned out at onco. Japanese Matting for $9.50 a roll ; worth $12.00. Bine, Red and Green floral and carpet designs, which are a little larger than the usual run of Jap patterns. China Mattlnjf*. $S.OO a roll ; worth {UIOO. Red JLiid Blue only. • I China xrattinp. ?».«) roll ; worth tIO.SO. The weaves are small in blocks. I tttrlpc* EJid checks. Jap. Slatting for $7.20 a roll; worth $10.00. Pretty shades of Red and Blue in carpet designs, but only a few rolls left. i Social and | 1 A« is well known, all good Americans Including Virginians, love Paris. The following letter, written from Paris by a Richmond girl, who is now enjoying it, sustains a truth that ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

the timkb. FOUNDED IRSB. Vl/T-TnT F MTTMRT7R Ifi 999 THB DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1860. W rtUL/ti INUMDJiK, XD.Z7 7. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, July 22.— Forecast for (ThursdAy .'md Friday: Virginia- Fair Thursday, oxoept nhowtrs |n HOuUieafit portion. Friday fnlr; light f.rjiith wliiils, hr corning northwest. North Caroilnn-fshowerß Thursday and Frlilny, noi so warm In Interior;' light, variable winds. Elßhty-nlnr rioprffp was «h« warmest yestorilav, but nfter nlßht there was con*lrt*>rfililf» rain nii'l wind, which mado mattorn morn pleasant for sleepers. To-day will lip generally f.'ilr. but thoro will bo FhowerK In corliiln portions. STATE! OF THB THERMOMETER. J> A. M "B 12 M St B r. M S7 LP. M 90 1\ M 78 midnight to Average 82 6-C Illchorst trmporaturu yepferdny Lowest tomipernttire yesterday C* >trnn temperature yesterday ?9 Normal temperature for .July &) Departure from normiil temperature. 01 Precipitation during past...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

•-Mlrp. Berthn Thnrston nnd Mips cma CkmM.t were walklnß home from C<n-|-ond. When they were met by a man— R •xnctly with the description of the asAt Centmlln Mlsg Thurston lind txChMiißed n five-dollar I'il'i for some small change, and she carried the money in a Satchel In her hand. The negro passed, turned suddenly, mit! grabbed tho bag, tenrlnp i: from the young lady's band. Bhe brought her umbrella down with fl whnck nn his bead, but In tlio prufflft Miss Thurston wns thrown to th^ ground, while tlio Ticgro took to *.bn woods nffaln. The yoUng Indies screnmed and ran back breathless tn the stalloti, where they gnve tho nlnrm. Hotli are exceedingly well known In tlio county. Miss Thurston Is n very ftttractlvp young lady, tbo dnughtor of n well known resident of tho roun'.j". Miss Clement is a beautiful >t,ung ,*«"■,« Ptvcntrrn. whose father is rnnnectcd wltn the Cardwcll Machine Company. Searched for Him. T*y tnls time the neighborhood wns thoroughly arouse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

Lies In State In Basilica o f Great Cathedral. CROWDS TAKE FAREWELL Will Be Admitted from Sunrise this Morning Until Saturday to Puss Beforo tha August Dead — Conclave WII I Follow Precedent. (Br Aiindnttd I'rnni.) BOMB, July 22.— T0-night Iho body of Leo XIII. lies in ntato in thn Hasllica of BU Peter's. Beginning to-morrow at sunrise, the people of Homo and thoso of all nations now in tho Eternal City will bo admitted to pay their last farewell. Opportunity for this solemn tribute will end Saturday. Until 6 o'clock this afternoon tho rernalna of the dead Popo lay In the throno room of the Vatican, where the leaders oJ tho diplomatic, clerical and civil world wero allowed to pass tho bier. Tho ceremonial to-night, when th* body was convoyed from the throne room to St. Potor'a, \va» one of the most striking of all the obniKjules. ■ During tho day the congregntlon of car<Jlnals mot and decided to hold tho conclave under tho identical regulations which obtained at tho concl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

4 The Times- Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly At No. i North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, V«., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is «old at 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH Is Bold at 6 cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES -DISPATCH by moil— 6o cents ft month; *5.00 a year; 12.50 for six months; $1.30 for three months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, in Richmond and Mansheater. by carrier, 33 cents per week, or 80 cents per month. Tho SUNDAY TIMES -DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. (1.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by (stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1903. Persona leaving tha city for tho summer should order Tho Times-Dispatch mailed to them. Price, .6...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

EXPECTING MONEY ON SATURDAY The Strikers Looking for Aid Then. MAY HEAR FROM NATIONAL UNION This Body Likely to Send Financial Aid. NAMES OF THOSE WHO ARE AT WORK Thirty-five of the Union Man Have Returned in- Richmond, Manchester and Petersburg— Cost to tha State of the Military — Tho Incidents of Yesterday—Notes. Tho Btrlkc of street railway employes drags Its Iftngth along with little or no change. Two more of tho strikers returned to work In tho employment of the company yesterday, making a. total of thirty-five men In all who naive abandoned tho strike. Flvo or ?ii employes were takon on yesterday, including Conductors Royall and Hamilton, strikers, who resume work with the company. To-day the Passenger and Power Company will run Ita regular schedule on the Broad-Main, Eighth and Eighteenth Street line, fewer cars having been operntnd on that Una than before the strike ' tip to thin time. No dato/is announced for opening the First Street Hollywood line yet, hut this will be don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

fl MUST MAKE TEST CASE Judge Alartin Declines to Render Decision Without One. THE BOARD OF FISHERIES Met at Monticello Hotel, but Postponed Question Beforo It— Much D scussion of Telephone Rates— Fish Are Scarce in Norfolk. (Spoclnl to The Tlmes-P)pj>ntch.) JNORFOL.K. VA., July "2.— Judge Martin, who revoked the license of Claud i Cappi under the new Mann liquor law, declines to decldo whether the saloon keeper can continue to run his saloon pending nn appeal from that deafslon to the Court of Appeals. Tho Judge holds the mnn must ho arrested nnd brought before court on tho charge of doing business without llconso In order to tost the question. Thlp Is another one of tho test questions that will try fyc ofTlcloncy of tho new law. Matthew Duggan, bachelor, nntlve of Ireland, seventy-eight years of ngc rlrh and an old resident, died In St. Vincent Hospital this morning. He was a soap manufacturer and retired after acquiring a fortune. He was a Cnthollc, nnd Is credited with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

LABORERS ARE NEEDED Has Become Serious Question In North Carolina. SENATOR RANSON TALKS Farmers Compelled to Scufflj Along as Best They Can — Lumber Company Increases Its Capital Stock. IMXKIGH, N. Co July 22.-Ex-Unlted States Sena-tor Matt. W. Ransom, who Is hero attending tha State Farmers' Convention at the Agricultural and Mechanical College Summer School, says the farm labor questlqn Is become a very serious one In his Bectioji, and.. In fact, throughout -the State. FarmerH are compelled to scufflo along hb best they can against great odds In this respect. This le a general complaint among the two hundred and more, farmers here from all partn of tho State. The Church Lumber Company, ot Wln-Blon-Salem, filed a certificate to-day of tho Increaso of their capital stock from 10,000 to $12,000, the acllltlonal stock boinp for the purpone of Installing a now plant. F. H. Fries, T. W. Church and H. A. Pfohl aro tho principal stockpany increases .their capital from $50,000 to 1100,000....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

s ITHS SirHMONP Mile Orphnn "{"'-'^^"'"r mim • vr«r »nd l>onrd. Appllcntlons should " mode s ion" to XV. S COPBIiASD. ChairBun Prtc!.' r"mmlttee. Tlmes-PlspMch BulidIn* ______ WANTED, COOK who can wush »nd Iron. Ap,M.v fill W. Mnln Street. rANTEIT"*. Rood COOK; » (rood home to the rlglit pnrt,r. A PPIr_JS4Z_} v j_ UTinklln. SITUATIONS WAN T E D— F E M ALE. I*~StTCCr.SSrUL tesxhf.r desires « position) brunches. Hfcrier MMh-mMlrs. I.stln. *[^™ L<<ngua(tci>; nmil English brsnrhe«; MnMc, Drawing. Miss A. 8.. I^nnlg. _ :. ptbfanotf mintjr. Toy , A METHODIST LADY <I " ir J* r J p^'^ for , t (> & o^*, R^ tescber of vonnc children. Address Miss F.. No. Hi Ad»m Street. Petersburg, \a. Re.ffrenci* given and required. WANTED— A lady of experience '^ . ( J ce * eh ( n £ WANTED, by a f°™« r ,^,'r* |J f «« H f«mlfy 47. Roan^Hill^Va". *° '_^_ , HELP WANTED— MALE. BOOKBINDER WANTED; a reliable man of rood hr.tilts who Is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

TONE WAS STRONGER Slock Prices Rose to Better Level. OCCASIONAL REACTIONS Trndlng Fell Away to Nominal Proportions at the Recessions Until Last Hour, When Prices Turned Downward fRy Af's.'r-lntfrJ rr*!is.) NEW YOHK, July 22.— The price level Ot securities made come recovery to-day *B d imsltiitliig and Irregular manner. Tho opening rise mot renewed (idling, (specially In the United States Stoel • locks, which caused a wavering in the whole list. With a relaxation '>f thn urgent prcusiiro Upon th"!>o ptock?, the market took oh a better tone, nnd Klnrteil more Btcadlly upwards. Thirty jt/r.r"OecaßloiiHl cliKht reactions, but the^rraditiK fell away to nominal proportions nt thr recesslonn, until tho last hour of the session. At thnt time, thn market paused for (i time. ;imil tlion turned dovvnwiiril.i on a growlnß volume of Belling and closed tasy. The principal aotlve stocks had b«on lifted from two to tlnee polnta over last nlgliL !| nd tii.' reaction loft them ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 23 July 1903

10 Miller & Rhoads. [ Miller & Rho&ds. A Mid-Summer Sale of White Goods. You will find all good styles in this White Goods Sale. We use the words "Good Styles" advisedly, as out-of-date patterns nave no place on our shelves— careful buying prevents that. The prices on all of these whit particularly bo as they were purch You'll notice some handsome ] their counterparts a7 - e on the count 40-inch extra fine nnd Nicer India Lawn, 12 ]-2C 40-inch Apron Muslin, with Bfltin finish border. 6 J"4C-32-inch fine and Sheer Pereian Lawn. :oc. 32-inch fine Check Xninsook, is 1-2 (IS-inrh Paris Mowseline, very soft finish and sheer, 50c. i Social and I {Personal | A pair of little shoes, now In possession of the Rev. Benjamin Dennis, of AleadeMomorlal Episcopal Church, Manchester, present a striking illustration of femlnifte ingenuity In invention and In supplying deficiencies. The shoes, manufactured during the Civil War by Mrs. A\ llliam Terry, of Wytheville...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

THE TIMES, ff>t!NllK,n )K.v«, THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD IRSO, Div Kl/W SEEMS TO BE PENDING The Georgia Baptists and Alien Immersion. s ASSOCIATION WILL MEET THIS WEEK A Hot Debate Is Looked for by All. • FORMER VIRGINIANS ARE MIXED UP IN IT Dr. Len. Q. Broujhtoni Once of This State, Is Leader of the Alien Immor slonlsts, and Declares that He Will Take the Matter to tho State Association — Several May Secede. (Special to Tho Tlm(>H-Dlspat?h.) ATLANTA, GA.. July tfj.— a ne i>i«-.«one» of Maryland and Virginia BaptlbtH In Georgia may cam-e a split In that denomination In thin State. The trouble has been brewing for over a year, but the crisis Is near at hand, afc matters will come to a focus Tuesday, when the Stone ilountaiii Baptist Association rne-ets at Llthonla. The cautc of the tliroatoncd ochl?m lies In tho difference of opinion aa to tho practice of "alien lmmomlon," and this qi"-s-tloii was nia/ifi n vital one in the Baptist churches of Oeprgla by i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

2 MANY DOGS IN KING GEORGE Kcw Law is Expected to Re. duce the Number by Hall. KAPPAHAMNOCK TK A D E Proposition to Divert it from Baltimore, Where it Largely Goes, to Richmond— Fredericksbu-g Getting an Increasing Share of It. (Special 10 The Tlnips-Plfpntch.) COMOJiX. V.\., .Tuly So.— It Is vnrj Boubtfu] It tlirrc has DVor been a time When any county In Virginia coulc George has kopt "constantly on hand,' for the last tliirly years. Strangers from other sections of the counlry— nurserj ajfnts, book agents and other "traveling men"- .ire generally Impressed with tic multitudes of curs they find herd and U has been sale! that Iho cost of keeping these curs Is fnr In excess of tlio OOSt of maintaining tllo poorhouso Inmates and keeping the. public roiids of Iho county In ordor, There IS pearcoly a home In t lio county without a dot;, nnd many of the poorest people liero lmvo generally kept deed of nil Animals on tlio faco of tho •arth, tho dog liuh heretofore been t lie most popular ...

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