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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

6 ELECTRIG RUMORS President Williams Calls AleetIng of Syndicate. A COMBINATION REPORTED Well-Known Man Charged With Enticing a Girl— An Engineer Charged With Stealing from Employers. Excursionists Out All Night. (SpdaJa to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.) iIORFOUK, VA-, AuffUßt B.— Ther« Is »r*at lntorest In Ihe mooting of tho railway ej-naicats Announced for to-morrow by Prealdont 'vniHainfl, of Richmond. |>«Bplto denialß, It Is reported that \he Bay Shore TermlnaJ road, which runs to Ocean View; tho Chesapoake Terminal toaA to Capo Henry, and the BoW&II'b ;l>o4nt road, controllod by Alexander 'Srowa, of Baltimore, and Newport News toad, will form a combination in opposition to the syndicate. Thai, combination will plvo aocces to a Srfi.it torrltorj* and promote profitable (traffla Hon. Goodrlch Hatton, of Portsmouth, Is urgoi to run for ithe House of Dolefates. Ho was a member of tho Constitutional ConvcJition. B>TTICrNG A OIRL.li. A. Shorwood, of...

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

RAILROAD ELECTION WaHe County to Vote on the Question of Bond Issue. PROPERTY REASSESSMENT An Increase of Twenty-Seven Millions Over Last Assessment — New Mercantile Company Chartered. Notice of Dissolution Filed. (Special f-i The Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH. N. C, August g.-Wako county commissioners to-day called an election for September 22d on tho questln of taking $08,000 second mortgage ■bonds towards the building of the Raleigh and I'amllco Rnllroad from Raleigh to Washington, N. C. The Jones Mercantile Company, of DardetiH, Martin county, was chartered today with }10,000 capital; Simon D. Jones, principal lncorporator. Notice was filed of the dlstglutian ot tfco Monroe Livery Stable Company, of Troy, Montgomery county, Nell F. Monrue, manager. ■ REASSESSMENT. The Corporation Commission issued tonight the statement of their reassessment of tax valuation on railroads, telegraph, telephone lines, street car systems, water works, etc. The valua.Uon of railroads is fixed at $70,01Z54...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

R I HELP WANTED— FEMALE. 3 to do Embroldnry and Lace vrork at SD, « yoiinpr LADT with some hnnwlodce of b<vik.keepiiiK. Apply, with refprencp, t" P. O. Tiox 217. elt.r. WANTED, ttco educated. intelU-em LADIES to «»ll on th» !ion«ekreperii In IMehmntni nn.l IV. t*rrtmrc nnd pell thn H7 Tarl^tlrH nf I'iire Foods and «ntire« mndr liy tin- 11. .1. 11,!iii> ('.'.; former f-pertence not neee««nry: flrpt-rlnis ref--ncep re(julrr.(l. AoWIrrM Po-tofflro Tl"* i k . I*.1 '*. Richmond. Va. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, position as rare of Invalid or companion, matron In -rhnfil or hrwpltnl. AddrpM UIR- C. O. T., Itox .14. Pcittsvill.-. Vn. WANTED, a teacher of e-perle-re wished to truth In a prlvnte family; Knellch Lntln. Prenrh nnd >lu«lo; refcrrneed e.irlmnßCd. Box RS. Madl-nn, Va. A SOUTHERN lady desire* a position to tca-ch the Enrll-h brnnrhcs. Mnthenißtlc". Mu-I<~ nnd Pnlntln-: hlclient ref. rrm-ej ci-rn. Address B. M.. 81« i:. Lnnrnle Stre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

CHANGES FRACTIONAL Stock Market Settled Into an Immovable Rut. OLUME WAS VERY SMALL Undertone Was Heavy, but Drift of Prices Was Quite Aimless and Sluggish to a Degree Close to Inertia. * movable rut t"-flny. fitorks of the flrfttribuiod to prpfoHKlonal manlpuTßtlon for effect on the mtiiket. The unrKiton" of thn Renoffll mafkot wns, In fact, heavy, Tint the drift of prices Waa finite nimIn.ofi and ("HIBKIHh t'l fi finer" 1*"1 *" clos-e to lnnrtln. Thfi only Flfinlflcnncn to nn derived from thf market In, therefore, a nnpHtlve mm, tli«. cxtrcui'- apathy of tlm trndliiK reprftinehtjng the profound rlonl't In whlrh thn PpTiilatlvn outlook Is shourtprl, BcrordliiK I>> .-ill the opinion*, that one Ciin g.'illmr in the Wn\] (Hreet dlMrlrt Tho total deallJlKfl fell bolow thn 2W.'<«o Fhiirns mark, It lr< iiouiMFiiry to go bacK to the fiummor of IWO. Just pr^redlng tho ]MBt presidential olnr-tlcn to find n l»vi>l nf activity hs low an t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 4 August 1903

10 Miiler & Rhoads. Millei & Rho&ds. Heavy Round Thread Double-Bed Sheets, 45c. If we hadn't bought these previous to the rise in price of raw cotWhy tho Pt7.« felon* TSxfft IrteheS — In an ordinary cotton, Sheet -would mako The snrae thing is true of nil the bedding we are offering this ■^eek—but Tou'll see that for yourself— all that's needed is to quote a few sample prices, such as — Sheets — Bolster-Cases — 4oxC7 Inches -**■ Inches 2«cfi3.\» Inchf? 3» c . *&*'" Inches -»°. 72-virt incho? KOc. Ql-i^ptincr sojcOo mchw r,oo. t>neeting Ble.iolie.l KhPfiting, 9-< size, heavy, PllloW-CaSeS . round {Bread sao. 45x36 lnchpp. linJn. 3«o; Hem- Unbleached Sheetlns, 9-4 size, flno stitched, 12 1-So. round thread, 16c. 971-2 c and $1.25 Will Purchase Two Splendid Bed Spreads^ Many low-priced Bed Spreads _£ ""* are starched and stiffened up to rjj 10 $1,25 Spreads are very conceal the poor quality of ma- j ar g 6i You'll se...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

THE DISPATCH! FOUNDED 1850. SUfSMfIRY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aup. fi.-Forec.apt for tfhufsday and Friday: Vlrginfftr-Falr Thursday aiul l-riday; Variable winds. North Carollmi-lnlr In West, showers In east portion Thursday, Friday fair; variable wliulp. T.he weather In Hlchtnond was the Warmest of tho week up to that lime, 'l mo him shone unclouded nil day— n, typical Augu.-'t ilny. STATIC OF THE THERMOMETER, P A. M '<j 11 M « 8 I. M 80 G P, M _'£ 8 P. M >* 12 midnight >2^ Average 77 5-G IllfclTV-t totnporAtur<! yesterday 81 Cowest temperature yesterday js Mean temperature yesterday <° Normal If inpcrnlurf for Aiicust >« departure from normal temperature,.;. ioJ'ri ( Ij.lt.itlnn duritiK past 24 hours W MINIATURE ALMANAC. Auburn i, W3. Bun risop 6:19 I HIOH TIDE. Bun fcfts 7:13 | Mnrnlnsr »•"? Moon nets H:4^ | Evening "- !J RICHMOND. Tri3l of four nipn. charged with Inciting riot In Fulton and nrlrig on...

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

2 Wabxpb. prefctred, A 1-2, nnd Ucadlnß and lynke RMe, first pretefred, >". In the entire list (Wjrcn sto.'ks mado net r;i ins. theso including nn advance of 11-2 vbt cent. In Vlrjrlnln-Cnrollnn Chcmleal, proferro.l. Pllirbtly nvrtr 1.000.000 fchnres • changed hands rlufrlhg the any. The heaviest trading tvns In Atchlson, Baltimore nnd Ohio. Pt. Pnol. Eric common; Mlspourl rnelflc, Union Paclfie, retincylvnnla. nenriliiK. conunon, nnd VnltM Statff Strcl, common, the latter leading the list, with n total of mote thttn 85,000 rhnrm. General Sympathy. The fdiluro nf BtiWp & Bryan (W- W. Sharp nnd C, 8. Bryan) excited Rene"' symp.it ltt-. a.« there men me members of the Tsonrd. nnd i-npulm on the Slock HS" change. Mr. Bryan is fl rriembef r>J he Governors of the Exchange. Che nrm Him orpnnlzed Ift IS9H They wero «tieclallata In sovcral Blocks, more paid - Jarly In Vlrgtnld'CftrOllhfl Chemlca 1, and their failure Is resarded "s.™'" 01 .'?.^,. trlbutnble....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

DEATH WAS VERY SUDDEN Albert H. Grandy Dies a Lake Placid. N. Y. NORFOLK NEWSPAPERMAN Was Managing Editor of the Virginian Pilot and President of the Virgin-lan-Pilot Publishing Company, His Businoss Career. (By AsßOclatcd Press.) NORFOLK. VA., August 5.-Albert H. Ornndy, managing editor of tho Norfolk VlnKlnlan-Pllot, and president of the Vir-glnlan-J'lloL Publishing Company, died tonight of apoplexy, at White Face Inn, Lake Placid, N. V., where ho was summering with his family. Ilis remains will be brought horo for rnterment, A HUlfi after 9 o'clock last nlifht Major C. W. Grandy, received a telegram announcing that his brother, Mr. Albert H. Grnndy. who was with his family In the Arllrondficks, had br-en selzr-d with apoplnxy and was critically 111. This painful and startling Information wns noon followed l>y another ,IlspHtch announcing Mr. Gron'dy's rtenth. Mr. G randy wa» spending the summer Bt Whlto Facfi Inn, Lake Placid, N. V.. wli«>re he Joined Mrs. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

1 The Times-Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, st Richmond, V*., as »econd-clas« matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMJ3S-DISPATCH Is sold ftt 2 cento n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la ,*old nt B cents a copy. The DAILY TIMfiB-DISPATCII by mall-50 cents n month; $5.00 a year; $2,150 for six months: JUO tor three months. , The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall f 2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, by carrier. 12 cents per week, or R0 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, .by Carrier, 5 cents p»r week. Tho WEEKLY TIMEB : DISPATCH, 11.00 a year. AH Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless accompanied by Btampa. Uptown Office at T. A. Nllller'a, No. El 9 East Broad Street. THURSDAY. AUGUST 6. 1903, Persons leaving tho city for the summer should order The Times-Dispatch mailed to them. Pric...

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

TO DESTROY Opponents of System Said to Be Working. PLAN OFTEN DISREGARDED Injunction of Slate Committee a* to Viva Voce Voting Counts for Naught. Said to Be Making Precedent to Be Urged in 1005. There Ip a groat deal of gossip In political circles concerning the loorc way in which the lochl Democratic committees throughout tho State nro nllegr:d to bo unlntj thn now State primary plan, and In fiomo quarters It Is causing no littlo dlssatlsfnctlon, nnd adverse comment. It ■will l>e recalled that the genera! primary plan promulgated by tho Norfolk convention of 1901, tho details of which wero •worked oui later by the. State Committee, •xpresflly provides thnt tho vl«va voce system shall be used in the nomination of all officers. But In tho face of this It In an open secret, that miiny of the local committees havcproviderl ...e oecret ballot ■ystem for the nomination of members of the House and Senate this fall. Some Cases In Point It is so up in the Bherian'doah District, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

& MANN LAW IS DRASTIC Bartender Who Sold to Police man In Citizens' Clothes. THE LICENSE IS REVOKED Only Two Saloons In Princess Anne and They Are to Bo Prosecuted. Miss Eula Denson, the Actress, is Nearly Drowned, (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA.. Auk. B.— Judge Hanckle, of the Corporation Court, today revoked the license of E. A. Perry, under which John Stevenson, 'bartender, sold liquor on Sunday, Juno 12th, to a policeman In cltlr-en's clothes. Stevenson was fined $100 nnd sentenced to Jnll for Blxty dnys. The license cost $650. Such nre the drastic provisions of tho new Mann liquor law. Stevenson noted an appeal and gave ball to stay out of Jail. In Princess Anno county, whore there are only two licensed saloons, seventyflve witnesses have been summoned before tho grand Jury on Monday to give evidence against Illegal liquor selling, RUNNER ARRESTED. Frank Moore, a sailor boarding-house runner, was arrested this afternoon and held for hearing to-morrow b...

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

KILLED HIS OWN GUEST C C. Davis Sentenced for Thirty Years for Murder. INSANITY PLEA SAVED HIM The Anti-Saloon League Appoints a State OrganJzer^-A Burglar Enters en Office But He Gets Little Plunder, • (Special to The Tlmes-Disratcb.j RALEIGH, N. C, August 5.— C. C. Davis was brought to tho penitentiajy laat night by Sheriff B. SturgiM, of Asho county, to serve thirty years for one of tho most horrible murders ever perpetrated In Ltnlß State. Tho pica of Insanity only "naved him from tho gallows. Ho arose brtf: night and with an axe brained Lev! Baker as ha Rlept In bed as hla guest, and dealt ise.vnral fearful blows to Alfred Backer, father of Levl. Duvlb' wife rushed In to Interfere, and was so badly cut that she died a few days later. Da via mado no attempt to «scapo and did what he could to nurse his wife back to health- He 6sld last night: "I would rather have killed myself. Something Ju»t came over me. I don't know what It wbb. Th« whole affair Jurt seems llko a bad dream." T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

8 HELP WANTED— FEF-'ALE. WANTED, * irwd NTIRBE for child of two years: roust he nllllnc to spend Kilnnce ef summer In the mountains; perm«rent employ. it)cnt; pcforenrea req'ilred. Apply !>2l F.ast Muln Ptreet. WANTED, three LAPIES to IJWj t-r« or. UcVe-ts, one nn skirts. Mi«. OATSKS, 2U W. Marshall. •WANTF.D, experienced younc LADIEB in our hlnd-rv. Mnrnr.l.l, AND HOTCHKIBS. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE WAKTED. by a ywmit lady of con«lderabl^ «^ pnhllc "cliool; iunllrlc(itlr.ns. r.ncll«h. Ocrman. Sc^?' W' r'enr'e^n" erni Pell Terr. HhnrlnttesTllle. Va. LADT OF EXPERIENCE wi«hes portion aa teacher of Ea*ll*h, Mathematics 1 - I.Btln. TTperrrltlrifr. Stennersphy. Sh«rthnn<l lionk-kfeptnc I'lnno. Mni,,lnlln. Onltar and BiMo/ A&» Ml»i ProTT COSBT. care J. Price, rhsrlnlte Onrirltiotise, An. WANTED, a teacber of «^e;ice £i»h'« t o SITUATIONS "WANTED— MALE. MTANTrn situation hv Rfnfletnan aa shipping rierk- wllf w"k forVranll «fllnrr for a Mart: bJil of refer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

PANIG WAS IMMINENT Stock Market in Very Domorallzed Condition. ANNOUNCE TWO FAILURES There Was General Closing Out of Collateral on Loans and Much W.ts Allowed to Go for What it Would Bring. (Vy I'l i-b! I NKAV YORK. Aug. 6—Tha hour for cloiiiiK «t to-d&y'a Blof-k innrket wan hallert with rollot by the hlßhly strung- niembciH of tin! Kxclmnjfo. The <juy win <mft of cx-cltPini-nt and Jtlarm, iinrl tho fading away of Hit! prices of geciirltlnif wao a" rapi<l oii(l {-onipreheiialve an to iiiku.hu grtvo fciirs of t iio conßenuenccfiii The annoutieeliionU "f I'vo fnllurcK wero thn.only Bj-ttißl disasters tn develop, hih) neltlirr of tht-so y>'nl » iturprlso. Some of tho tmy's llfiuldatlon Wflg nuiipr>H<-r1 to lin nf rnll.-ilcrßl oil th" loatifl <>r the fnil<-d flrms, nlUiougli It was officially announced in imp ca«o tlmt thn rredltitrs hud derl'lerl lo wlthhoM the collateral frn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 August 1903

10 Miller & Rho&ds. Miller 6 Rhoads. An August Sale Of Fine China. Low Prices Characterize Every Offering. Our August sale of Fine China begins to-day. The illustration that wo have at the top of these- columns was sketched by our own artist from a handsome dinnor set of Limoge 1 China that we havo in stock for $38. There are 102 pieces in it — all new shapes — decorated with white and green daisies and a coin gold stipple. Limoge patterns are cele. f braied the world over and it's doubtful if you'll find anything superior "to theso Dinner Sots in the same quality at tho same prices. nnfrllrfh China Vinam Sflts of 100 Delft blue China Set In exceedingly pieces for IJtll.OO. D«ep border pat- dainty dosign B and light -weights ICO tan of emu floral decorations. ril}ce " for ' * in ' 00 ' Pwtty CWm. Mnasr Set of MO pieces fV> Piece Haviland Dinner Seta «c(julftltely decorated, 817.00. to "Kins Charles" pattern. Blue doc- # plece I>lanor Sot...

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

THE TTMKS. FOUNDRD IJWS. THB DISPATCH: FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON", Aug. 6.— Forecast for Frlrlny iiml Saturday: Virginia— Partly cloudy Friday. Saturday fair; light to fresr winds, mostly •wft. North Carolina-Pnrtly cloudy Friday, probably nhnwers in central portion; light to fresh went Winds. Saturday fnlr. Richmond weather yesterday was hot and bright. In tho afternoon a storm began brewing and a few rlropa of rain fell. The temperature fell several degrees, it whb clear nt midnight. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. B A. M 78 12 M $ 8 P. M $ 6 P. M « 8 P. M '* 12 midnight « «° Average .*. W Highest tpmppr.it n re yesterday ■£ Lowest temperature yesterday ''' 3Uenn temperature yesterday — '. |1 Normal temperature for August so Departure from normal tomperaiure.... M Precipitation during past 2\ hours « JMINIATURE AL-MANAC Augusf i, I*o3. Ing caw. defense brings out point in cross-examination thut a plot hod been r.rr>ing'-r) — Excellent service...

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

2 nrrwit, Lnrnmey find had taken rorks from his pocket. Private W< B- ■'"lllthe'arrest of Lammey, who wns running out of an alley when cftpfured. rrivote R. B. Burwcll, of Compnny B, linfl helped arrest K. Katie, nnd ho told nil he knew nbout It, which Wflfl corroborntlvp of other testimony on thl? point. nnfl he "Id he knew nothing of the release of Newman find Hanks. Helps the Defense. Lieutenant William Catnefon. who wns qimrterniiutcr on Major Chentwomr* Ptnff. witnessed the affair, and he lestlfled ns to the throwing of rocks (ilia Bfl to thf arrestF. Cross-exnmlnerl by 3tr. Vi en» denbnrF. Lieutenant Cameron s.-iM HflnKS nnd Newman had been, carried, to Blnjoi Nottinß-ham's headqunrtfrs nnd kept me nlglit Hlid turned loose the next morning Hfi dirt r.ot know who turned them loose. He Tmrl seen Hanks at Oce.-.n View on in <".nv the prand Jury mot to consider ho prnfllng essee. The witness, thotigh mlled hy tlie rommonwr.iltli. wns tolling some things hrlpf...

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

THE COMING HORSE SHOW The Seats and Boxos Are Already Nearly All Engaged. BAND CONCERT FEATURE Five Evenings and a Matinee Perform ance, With Daily Concerts and Parades Are Provided for, Fine Premium List. The success of tho third annual exhibition of tho Richmond Morse Show Afb.iClatlon. scheduled for the v.A^k from October 13th to t"th. Inclusive. Ik already, assured. Not only have all tho boxes been engaged, but all tho reserved scats In tho first two rows have been engager] for th« five Rvonlngs of tho Bhow. Besides tho •uhlbltlnnM on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, a matinee will bo had on Saturday, which promlpes to be one of the a. **.' popular of all the exhibitions. The association Is negotiating wtjh the celf br;i t»d marine band of Washington. IX C. to furnish music for the various exhibitions In tho evening, and to giro concerts from 11 A. M. to 1 P. M. dnlly, at which time tho horses will bo paraded, Thus, thopo who rnnnot got. to the show In...

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

* The Times- Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, nt Richmond. Va., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The OAILY TIMKS-MsrATCH Is e&M Rt 2 cents b copy. The SUNDAY TtMES-DIBrATCtt Is »o!d nt B cents n copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by msll-60 cents ft month: JS.Of> * >' Mr12.50 for six months.; f1.30 for three months. „_ . The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall J2.00 ft year. The DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday, In nirhmond and Manchester, by carrier; 12 cents per week, or R0 cents ppr month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Orrlcr. h cents per week. The WE^KLT TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will t>e rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless nccompanled by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 819 E.iat Broad Street. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, l»03. Persons leiwlng tha city for the summer should orde...

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