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

IS PRAISED Agricultural Papers Speak. Highly of Him. THE HOME-SEEKERS HERE Ten Prospective Settlers Call at the Department of Agriculture— All May Locate in tfie State. *nnt Virginia Ib making rapid strides ln tho advancement of the agricultural interests Is a, fact thnt I* not only plainly evident hero at home, but which Is becoming recognized and appreciated beyond her borders. Somo time ngo tho Run I New Yorker, one or tho most widely rend of agricultural papers, called attention to Virginia's advancement within t 10 pant faw years, and took occasion to compliment most highly Commissioner Kolner and Ills work. Tlilh week'K ipsua of the Practical Farmer, another agricultural papef of recognized standing, tho, columns of whlCn are edited by W. Fl.F 1 . Mossey, rocognizcil as one of the ablest, agriculturists In this country, contains the following Interesting editorial under tho caption "Virginia Advancing"! "Under tho wise direction of the present Commissioner 0/ Agriculture (G. Y...

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

6 THE INLAND WATERWAY The Special Board In Session at Norfolk. A WIRELESS STATION The Great Guns of the Monitor Arkan«as Lifted from Her Turrets— Navy Yard Barge Rams tho Barge of tho Admiral. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)' NORFOLK. VA.. August B— Thoro was m. session of the Inland Waterway Board Jiere to-day. The board consists of tho following officers, appointed by tho government: Col. J. B. Gulnn, of Savannah; CoL J. C. Allen, of Washington, and Captain E. B. Wlnslow, of Norfolk. These are aJI engineers, and they are appointed to examine the proposed water route from Be&ufort, N. C, to Norfolk, and report the result of their Investigations to the chief engineers of the United States They received the report conipilod hero lor Captain W. R. Mayo, president of the Chamber of Commeroe, stating the commercial advantages of the Inland WTRBLESS STATION. Wireleea telography will soon be tried at tie navy yard. Tho top section of the two hundlred foot mast was placed toda...

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

BOY BURGLAR IN RALEIGH Caught Red-Handed and the Penalty Is Death, BANK BOOKS COOKED Tha Shortage of Cashier Dewey Nearly One Hundred Thousand Dollm 4. Tha Cashier's Trouble Came from Too Much Drink.' (HpeclaHo The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) KALEIOH," N. C, August 0.-Robert Thomas, a negro boy, fifteen years old, was arrested last night for robblns the residence of Dr. T. N. Ivey, editor of the Raleigh Christian Advocate, Monday night. Clothing and tho opera glasses take, from tho houso were found in hlf> posst. 3n. He confesses tho burglary. Ills crime Is punishable by death in this Blate. Judge T. B. Womack, as counsel for tho Corporation Commission, went to | Newbarno to-day to look after tho legal part of Mr. Thomas Daniels taking possession of tho Merchants' and Farmers Bank aa receiver. 810 SHORTAGE. State Bank Examiner J. O. Ellington Bays Cashlor T. W. Dowoy"s shortage will be nearer JIOO.OOO than 170,000, Much of his shortage wan fouod to be covered on the books of the ban...

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

8 HELP WANTED— FEMALE JWAXTED, a rood NUR6E for child of two j*.»xt\ mint l>e vllllnß lo Bpend balance ot «_rmnor in the mountains; pcrmnnent empiojment; refrreuces required. Apply S2l Enst Main Street. .WANTED, a colored GIRL, 14 3-eais of ace, for bouno work. Apply 410 W, rin>ad. WANTED, three tADIES to tew; two on jnckoti, one ,>n skirts. Mr*. OAIXBS, 214 W. Marthnll. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. A SOUTHERN lady desires a position to tesoh I* M.!"^18 B. _awale .Stteet. TJalUtDOff, Md. A LADY of experience desires s. position in »om» *1?T ln° Ilslit work iliultiß summer; referenced exchanged. Address 2801 E. I^-lpli Street, city. .WANTED, by a l»dy. a position as teacher In prlvnte fnmlly; have knd throe vcfirs experience: te«rh the iidifll BBRllOh hrnnches nnd b^clnners in Mtwle: small to . n .j"' el^i tPrn< mo.ir-rßto: beet reference. Adil.cw Miss HARRISON. Monitor P. 0., SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE. WANTED, fltnatlon by (jentlßmaJl m shlppl...

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

A RALLYIN PRICES Wall Street Emerged from Gloom of Depression. WEAK AT THE OPENING Day Closed, However, With an Animated Buying Movement In Progress and With Prices Several Points Above Wednesday's Level. NEW YORK, AURUst 6— Wnll Streot emergofl to-tlay from Its gloom, which ■ till clouded the situation during tho early hours of tlio trading; In stocks, and • an effective ml y In prices wok proTwo 0 point*! 'brenk'iiiK through previous low jnveln for tho year. The early weak* nhowlriK good resistance nnd reflecting dotTmlnoil xupport fry moans of confident iiuyitiK on the; part of market managers for tlm st-.rks. There w s • rutc wcaknoss. nfter the opflninfi;WJ«Ch centered upon Missouri Parlflc, A teuton Btid Ilnltlmoro and Ohio. This Rpeniod 10 bo n continuation of yosterdny a ll'iuldntlon, and thp clo.slng out of collateral In loans. The woak spots In the market, of which the nhovo storks wore the most notable, kept thn tone uns^ttM and nervoui». The eau'Triess shown for tho anno...

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

'10 Miller O Rhoixds. | Miller 6' Rhoads. Miller & Rho^ds. The Best We Can Get is Not Too Good For Our August China Sale. You can judge by the window display just what kind of a China Store we have, and yet the window is only a sample. ' These exquisite creations of the potter's art have been brought to us from every land where China is made— the most of them imported directly by us from the foreign manThe Austrian China Dinner Set shown in the cut is one of the prettiest we have in the store. 102 pieces for $48.00. The gold lining and tracing set off by the delicate green border makes an exquisite decoration. Wonderful how expert tie Austrian potters have become of late years— many people consider them the oqual of the best of the French Porcelain Dinner Sots of 100 pieces for $10.00. The pieces nre large In this Set and the patterus unusually neat. A handsome low-prioed English CWna Dinner Set of' 100 pieces la • 5.11.00. Deep border pattern of green. Eight patterns In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 August 1903

th^JMt^; S88&BES Itt WHOLE NUMBER, J6,3J3.J 6,3 J3. SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEiflfS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON Auk. 7.— Forecast for Saturday nnd Sundfty! Virginia— Pair Saturday. Sunday partly cloudy, probably showers In BOUthWest portion! light north to cast winds. North Carolina-Fair Saturday and Bunday; variable Winds. Tho weather In Richmond yesterday was hot nnd bright with falling tempera turn nt night. STATE OF THE'THEHMOMEfER. 9 A. M !:'. n m g S P. M ?' c p. m ;° 9 P. M ''• 12 midnight " Average 77 2-3 Highest temperature ycslordny !*> L«w<;Rt temperature yesterday J^ Moan temperature yesterday « Normal temperature tot August *•; Departure from normal temperature — '• Precipitation 'luring past 2-1 hours 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. AURtlgt S, 1503. Run Hxok r.:21 I mnw TIDE. Bun pots 7:11 f Morning < : j» Moon rises.... 7:15 | Evening *' ijJ RICHMOND. Trial of alleged Fulton rlolors :UtirtrHlnß Intonso Intcrost; evidence all In and to-day will ...

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

2 *ome wny In which Newmnn could be liroueht before them for ti,nl. His Honor Informed the Jury thnt If any clue could be pottm ns to the probable whereabouts of Newman, he would bf promptly nrresipd and tried. Judge Rlclinrd.°on Joined heartily in this, nnd the Impression given wns that the testimony adduced hid led nil to believe, Jhat the detective phoulri b? arraigned for trial In conned lon with the case. Flat Denial, Other decided features were the emphatic dcnlAlu of Colonel Anderson nnd Mnnnger Huff that they had any knowledge of the, planning of the riot or tie placing of the spikes, nnd iheir statements that they had only noted upon information thai there was a plot on tin part of a gang to destroy life and property. Still nno:her was the trend of testimony to tlio effect that Newman hnd worked his way Into the union and gotten all the Information hi> could; h.-i-l i;om to Fulton nnd tnlten up his residence, planned the whole affair nnd offered money to various ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 August 1903

MANCHESTER FINANCES The Council Committee Pronounces Condition Good. THE COST OF TljE STRIKE The Street Committee to Meet To-Day. Official Nolice of the Coming Primary Election — Political Gossip. F uner ll -Personal Notes. Manchester Bureau 'I'lims- Dispatch,) No. Ilb2 llidl Street, J Thai ilio financial condition of. the city or Mancheaior Ih in arood condition wan el, own id Ilio mpe.tliiK of tho Flnnnoe Committee last njglit, when Chairman Bradley Mid tho (linking fund amounted to ii bout $20,000, Upon motion, tho city Accountant was retiueatbd / to examine the books of the alnkinK fund commtasloners, and rwika an lioinlzofl and roivlsf rrport, so t lint tli« itffnlrii rif tlir- fund could bo understood l»y any one at n pliinc*. Thf pay roll of Mio Kprclal police employed during tlio strike trouble was ordered to bo paid. The sum amounteJ to a I. nut jaY». "The strike cost v.« that mucn," aaltl dhalrmnn Hradlny, "but we lost more by tin: tax on Income from fares, which wo did no...

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

* The Times-Dispatch Published Daßy and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, V*. Entered January 27, 1903, Jt Richmond, Vs., as second-class matter f under Act of Congress of March 3, 1679. The DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH la sold •t 2 cents n ropy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is iolrl at 5 cents n copy. The DAILY TIMER-DISPATCH by mnll— so cents a month; JROO ft year; »!.50 for six months; fl.oO for throe months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sunday. In Richmond nnrt Manehestet. by carrier. 12 cents per week, or BO cents per month. The SUNDAT TIMES-DISrATCH. by Carrier, 6 cents per week. Tho TTEEKLT TIMES-DISPATCH. 11.00 ft. year. All Unsigned Communications Tclll be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by fitampa. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1903. Persona leaving tho city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them. Price,...

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

BIG VOTE OF FDSIONISTS They Appear to Have Majority In Norfolk County. ROTHA HAD BEEN THERE Man Who Attempted Suicide In Baltimore Had Passed Check in Norfolk, Body of Mr. Qrandy Arrives. (Special to Tho Tlmea-Dlipateh.) NORFOLK, VA., August 7.— Roturns of the primary of tho fusion faction of the Norfolk county Democrats wero canvanscd to-day. The total vote wns 1,036, out of S,M! registered white voters, and countHit, out kvU lltiiiublioan voters, that gives tho majority In tho county over tho Btraightoutß. C. P. Peed wan nominated for Justice and Geoisa H. Pettijohn for constable, Jf thin election be not contested It may end the long light of the factions; .1. W. Belsey, who arrived here for his loet daughter and truant wito yesterday, returned to Ban Francisco to-night with his daughter. Ho declined to Hike the wife and the two children born here, but agreed to send for them and the wife next month, provided the wife's tl«ter In San FranclHCO will take the children. Tho wife Is r...

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

6 HELP WANTED— FEMALE. ■WANTED. thtM LADIES to lev, two on jacKett, onf on skirt*. Mf», li.MNKS. \V. Mnrslnll. .■WANTED, thn«« lADIES to i*w for th* fall «f«•on; too on Jut-hots; one on skirts. Mrs. OAJNES, 214 Wi Mnrshnll. ■WANTED, a SERVANT for throe weeka «J< »übatltutf to cooh for tiro and do penernl limt»« work and wn»hlii«. Apply, only ""lth rn-om-m»ndaUoD, S3,'. Wost Or*Co Street. ■WANTED, a colored GIRL for an hour dally— B to 9 A. M. Apply to Mrs. J. A STKWAUT. 60S Wont OHce Stroot. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. A UIDY of eiperience desires a ponltlon in some Hist In light vrork diirlnc Kiimmor; reffrttice* exchnngrd. AddrtSa 2801 K. 1-olrli Street, city. tV ANTED, la4y TEACHER (niddle a*odi. prl r«to family; dro rhlldrpn. B to 18 J.'nrs; I;i|P lloli and Music; must bo strict and capable. Addross Iloi li' 4. Vlrclnla Hosoli. Vn. HELP WANTED— MALE AMBITIOUS MAN for office and collecting position at RtihtftMldj |to.v) wMklj FK^ry. ohHiico promotion: exprrlcur.. lintie...

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

SALES FOR PROFITS Market Started Upward at the Opening. BUYING MOVEMENT SPENT On Ihe Olher Hand, Support Was Forthcjmlng When D dines Wore Imminent, and Thero Was No Renewal of Demoralization. (By Associated Press.) NEW YOKK, August 7,-To-flay's stock market started a»wa»da in cont.nuatir . of yf-ateiOay'B late movement towards u>covery, but It became apparent very quickly that the further adv^hce in jir.t-'.-a was encminteililK BttleS to take prufits on yesterday's late rise. The buying movement also seemed to have Spent its forto and there wu* no dlKpogit.on shown to follow th ( > advance In pi Ices. On t»«s otilfr liand, X was apparent, tn.-n support wns forthcomliiK for the market on decline?, and there whs no renewal of this tone Of rlnnu.iali7.aUon Mich as characterized the maikut yesterday mornInR beiorc the rally net in. bvi-n tne resumption of Ikiulrtntlon ln «pot«, which wns tdslly perteptlbls, was taken calmly by the market, which dovclofe.j no Hppe;...

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

n Miller 0 Rhoads. Miller & Rhoads. New White Lawn Waists Half Price For Some : Nearly Half For Others. $1.25 Waists tor 7Sc ' $169 Waists for $Lo ° $4.00 Waists for $l- 98 $5.00 nnd $5.98 Waists for $2.98 The prettiest White Lawn Waists for 75c that wo or any other store has ever had— nicely tucked in front and as perfect as good tailoring can make them— a. month ago tho price would have beon $1.25. Every Waist in this sale was made by first-class tailors. Thrrf Btylen of Whit" I-awn Waist* White Lawn Waists, either plain either trlnimod with Insertln- or hand- or embroidered, for ?i.DSj worth M.OO. somely embroidered. »t.<«' each. One $5.00 and $5.88 values In Plain or •Ixty-nine would have been the price Embroidered White Lawn Waists a little earlier. tor 92.05. These items "were gotten by tho writer while the Waists were bo_ ing unpacked, und in the few moments intervening sinco that time and the finishing of this advertisement a lot of tho Waists have boo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

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

MAGAZINE SECTION PROFESSOR JYBUTTS WASTES NO TIME ON FLYING MACHINES=HE INVENTS AN OBEDIENT BATHTUB | WHOLE NUMBER, I*3oß. BICHMOND VA.. SUNDAY. AUGUST 9. JOO3. THREE SECTIONS PEICE FIVE CENTS.

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

1 PENINSULA CAMPAIGN Review of This Important Part of Our Struggle. ' GEN. MAGRUDER'S TACTICS How His Small Army Held Back Butler and McClellan— A Paper by General H, T. Douglas—Anecdotes and Reminiscences. (Written for Tho Tlmcs-Dlfpatch ) Forty-two years have pnssed slnco there were" assembled on tho historic plains of "Yorktown," In Virginia, troops nf thn Confederate States nrmy. under J,lajnr-Gencral John Rankhead Magvilder, afterwards known ns tlio "Army of the Peninsula." General Magruder waa not a stranger to the people, of Virginia, Ills HF.tlve State. Tho record of his distinguished services "in the Mexican War, gaining for him two brevet*, and special mention in the reports of. General Scott, ■wore fresh In tlie memory of his people, nnd they welcomed him to the command ol the Confederate, troops nt this Important point. In tho march of events. |t will ho remembered that, .serving with Captain lUmpnider, then In command of n light battery I" the Mexican War, and especiall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

When thn good wnmnn whose word is law In our homo nnnounrrvl a few dnys ego that It wns hi-r purpofn to leave town for a weekend put mo In charge of the house. I tried to look as If the very thought grieved me. Inside my mouth, however, there wan a smllo of satisfaction, but 1 never Ift It got out. Such 8 thing would hnve been (tllcldat, "Yos." sold thn f'ommander-ln-Chief. "I think the children, ns woll ns myself, rieed n chfiliKP, nnd what's more,. It will do you good to try your hand at running S house. You nnd the rook and Ilorlgf" — tho latter Is tlif- family tomcat— "ought to knfick It off very wp|| for n few days, though 1 admit that In leaving you I feel I am deserting one far more helpless th.-.n a. babe." "Yen, dear," I humbly replied, "I fancy thnt with the rubber plants arid the canary bird you nre going to leave behind I'll contrive to while away my time with solemn duties, nnd make the lonely hours pafs In fime way or other." This delicate llttlo hint that I would tnlf...

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

4 A GLANCE HERE AND THERE AT THE BOOKS OF THE DAY Mr. Thomas Dixon's Book "The Ono Woman"— Author of "Tho Leopard's Spots" Again in the Ring — As a Work of Fiction It is not a Success. BUT IT IS A STRONG BOOK. "Cheerful AmcrlcaJis," by Charles D Uwrnis; "A Duke and His Double," by Edward S. Van Zile-LUcrnry frosslp—Jamos Lano Allen's New Bookn Success— Xothinp In View from Klchard Hnnling Davis. JTHB ONE WOMAN. By Thomas Dixon, Jr. Published by Doubleday, Page and Company, of Now Tork. KV>r Bale in Richmond by the Bell Book and Stationery Company. Tho remembrance of "The Leopard's Bpots" in still frefh In the minds of 'American renders, who through It have known Its author as one of the most virile and fearless of ■writers, a man who has not hesitated to embody the convictions which have been c hauntln/i dread in the minds of others, and put them down In plain black and white, for all the world to see. Mr. Dixon's now book Is not pretty or artistic. Considered as a work o...

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

THE NEW BRAID HAT. Hand-plaited braid of a rush-like straw forme this attractive Lord & Taylor hat, the sole trimming of which Is a long ostrich plume In white. The feather encircles the crown and the tip droops on the hair at the back, "MEN WITH A PAST," AND THE REASON WHY By MILDRED CHAMPAGNE Thnrp. are few women who do not number among thftlr acquaintances at least onn man who onjoys a particularly unpleasant reputation as regards the fair Bex. To say that this class of men enJoy their reputation Is but a .straight acknowledgment of the fact. Nothing Klves many n. man gronter pleasure than to be known hb a modern Don Juan. He brags of his conquests of hearts as a Comanche chief of the scalps dangling at hiß belt; each now conqueiit swells his. brcant with new prldo, and he regards tho Indelible marks of a "hazy" past and tho scars of dissipation on his face as, pears of honor. .Among his male friends he Is anxious to be known as "a great fellow among women." This pira...

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