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

8 NORTHSIDE HAPPY NOW Cars Will Be Operated on Chestnut Hill Spur Track. REGISTRATION IN COUNTY All the Polls of Hervico Will Be Openep Before the Primary to Record New Voters. Candidates Worried Thereby. The lons standing disagreement between the Passenger and Power Company and the citizens of Chestnut Hill, which promised at ono time to drns lUelf into tha courts has at lnst been settled, and to the eminent s=at!.=faction of the latter. For up'w-ards of a year or raora the matter has been up before the Northslde Cltlrens' nnd during; this pntlre time the organization hns been napping at the company In nn endeavor to fore« or Indues It to perform what the citizens claimed to bo Ha duty toward them. The bone o< contention was a ppur of track running into Chestnut Hill, and n reduction In tho number of cars operated there, with the result that the epur in question was was left out. The NorUiside line beginß at Seventh «r.d Broad Streets in Richmond, and ends in Chestnut Hi...

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

B * FACULTY'S FAREWELL Lady Managers of Old Dominion Hospital Commended. SEES OTHER WORK TO DO An Auxiliary Society to Care for Indigent Patients at Memorial Suggested — Passing of the Old Dominminion Calls Forth Letter. •fhe final mooting of the lady Board of Managers of tho Old Dominion Hodpltal was held recently at the residence of Mrd. S. L. Blomberg. Thn faculty of tho Medical College of Virginia to the Indlos a warm letter of commendation. It Is oppnnrlod hern: "To the Lady Board nf Managers of the Old Dominion Hospital! /With the passing of the OM Dominion Hospital the faculty of tho Medical ColUgp of Virginia desires to tender to its lady Hoard of Managers Iti thanks for tho earnest manner in which it, and particularly Its Exocutlve Board, has labored for tho welfare of tho Institution. "At first, when In the enthusiastic excitement of a nriw enterprise, a largo number of ladles undertook to procure nnd fv.rnlHh puch .'le-slnt/inco br might bo necesncry to providing tho in'j...

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

B EXPLOITS OF MOSBY Keunlon of the Gallant Raiders Recalls Alany Stories. ALMOST CAPTURED GRANT The Federal Commander Was Unob served By the Riders— The Story of the Greenback Raid— Career of Wonderful Guerrilla Leader, iSpecinl from a Staff Correspondent.) CULI'KrEK, VA., AugUtt S.— One (lay about Die Ist of May. KM, as General Grant was returning from .Washington to Ills headquarters In Culpeper. lie nnw from the Window of the mr B cloud of dust rising from tlio rond immediately to the enst of YVnrronton Junction. When his train reached the, Junction he asked n lone mnn at tho station f'M" Information as to tho caueo of the. dust. The mnn informed General Grant that Colonel John S. Mosby hnd Just crossed tho railroad a few minutes In hot pursuit of a body of Federal cavalry. General Grant, who relates tho Incident In his memoirs, says he had no doubt that hnd. aiosby seen the train he. would have relinquished pursuit of tho cavalry and taken, the train. Ho would have bapg-ed tho G...

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

X AVALANCHE OF SELLING Equanimity of Market Was Completely Upset. PRICES PLUNGED DOWN Appearance of Bank Statement Showing Increase In Loan Account Was Signal for Drop in Prices to New Level. (Ry As«o6l*t«d P«M.) Jt 18 likely that tho :;llVl'ori: ;1I VI'ori to the '; na k«-t. which w«i» accorded on llllllbd ii*i' *" JSlVed tt loosening of the s «,fe C kin£ fhowlnx doe» not flsura In tne bank Btatement. Te result Ik to throw rle .nandß for renowula upon the nw.<* Uatca. banks. Loana made at the »^f. k M^* clmnso on Krldav carry nv""" 1 ;' 41 "" day so that to-da/;» r de^monßtraUon;waa not due to actual rurtlipr e-»»"8 £} loanß. but to aiiprelionHlon of next weeks {irocobdlngs. Chief pressure o-day centered upon the Pacific, t-nlon 1 piunxed downwards 5 3-4 points to to 1- . Kllssourl I'aolflc's extreme: *?&.&% JtfZl Brooklyn Transit and Metropolitan Street Railway lost as much. Atclilson a * •>-^ Bt. Paul S 1--.' and Northwestern, preferr...

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

10 AUCTION SALES— MONDAY, By the Vatontlne Auction Co v 612 East Broad Strict. Positive rEHKMrrony auction BALE OF FURNITimB, OAS •STOvr.P '"noKIXi) STOVES. AC, TO-M(Ulßi)\\ (MONDAY) MORNINQi Al'iUfT 10TI1. at lOW o'clork. Ou account nf Inrpe conBlKnmfntß aufl crowd. <1 rondltion of niir warerooms, we sell, by otdpt ot owntrs. at tho host hid. 10 pond Oak and wtlnul Bxlenslon Jable»,.l very gen Oak Buffets, with French rlnte At rrnrs 16 Onh nnd Wnlnut Chamber SinlS, H Center ThWps. Onk niniiiß-room < hftlrs, ■walnut Frame Parlor Suit, Kmunoifii Iron nedf. Velour Sprlns EdKO CajJChed, VpriKht PlanO. Oak nnd W«in« ANI ", : fobe". Combination Oak Bookcase and Socrotnry. Blnger Stwlnß Maehints. oaa X>resf<?rs. Pictures. Hilc.<=. Uirc CurUJnj, Mattresses. Cot?, rwriprrntors ■ y* 1 '™ 1 Pla^e^fcSKaAv^o^ 'iIgSW-Sai^i .fountair .and ta^k fthd j^'^gJlNE 8 OAIdUCTIONW0 A Id UCTIONW By J. Yi. Carneal £- Son, Rp.il Estate Am-tloneors, No.' ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

Tf HELP WANTED— FEMALE WANTtD, three LADIES to aew; two on jaokatJ, one on KklMll. Mrs. OAINKS, \!\ I W. M-irnhsll. .WANTED, threo LADIEB to a»w for thd fall aea. oon: l«o r.n JirWi: one on fklrls. Mrs. OAINKS, '^M W. Mirsball. WANTF.D. at 1404 Orov« Avenue, a firstrlssi WOMAN to elenn house. Apply on premise! with referenecH. WANTED, whltn NURBE to assist in attending slek lnily; rnudt york either dnv or nlclit. Apply, nt. otic*, -tor. East flay Blr*el. WANTED, thres experienced OIRI.S (white) t6 nrork In t.c^.k lilndtr.r. Apply to S. li. AHKINH, 0 Ootomw .Street. ■TENOORAPJIER— Need an expert nt dictation end verr rapid on typewriter | anlnry to Nlnrt, $15; Ollvr mtieblnc used. O. P, CO., <-nr>: tills offlep. WANTED, a white LADY to live with Renlloman nnd wife as on<! of the fumlly; c""l home for right psrlj-. call on or nd'lress f")T JrMdrnln". WANTED, ««perienced yoiiua; lady STENOORAPHr.It. Tilth dome knowledge of r.rrieo work! no booli-kreplii...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

12 HANDSOME RESIDENCE Lady of Newport News to Move into Lee District. PROPERTY EMBELLISHAVT Desirable Residential Section Being Rapidly Built Up— Tha Erection of Other Houses in Contemplation—Lawns and Shrubbery iletfr.c. ,7, Thompson Brown A Co. closoa the sn 1© lnft wccJt of another one of the Juuiclsomp-st houses on Monument Avcnuf. better known ns I-ee Circle, to Wrs. Emmn C. Gordon, who at present lives at Newport News, Including the beautiful lawns adjoining on tho cast end west, fronting M) feet In all, for the consideration of aliout }i! 3.000. The property was purchased for her by Mr, /K'lKar V. Taylor, of the wholnsnlo drug firm of 1 owerc-Tnylor Company, who purohnsei) through tho same firm last week for hJ.s own (Kxupajicy tho western residence of the quartette of ha-ndsomo d-welllnKs nt the Tuea Circle. The resluenoo purchased by Mrs. Gordon Is designated as No. 1616 Monument Avenue ajid tho cnstejnmost of the group. She will Improve it by tnklng jn the adJoining lawns ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

THE TIMKH. FOUNDED 15*8. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aurc. 10— Fnrpr.ast tnr Tiie»o.iy nnd \\>dnrprlny: Virginia — nlr Tuesdays cooler In Interior. Wednesday fair; cooler In extreme Southeast portion; light south winds, * Nnrl'h < ■finiilnn'-l'nrtlv dourly TimF/.iy, Hlchmnnd h/ld a blight, v.-nrm rlny yestordny. Thr> mercury plnyi'd around tho X, point till day, and thorn was much mopping of brows. STATIC OF THE THERMOMETER. B A. M SJ 12 M 87 3 P, M ■■•• S 6 P. M S« 9 P. M M 12 midnight 82 Average S4 2 3 JllKhoct temperature yesterday £•{ l,mve«t tomporaturo yesterday >" Mean temperature yesterday j! Normal temperature fur AiiKiixt "■> Departure frmn normal torrttternture — "i Precli>ltntlon during past 24 hours — °o M,N.ATrnmi.M.XNAV ]wri . Bun rises 5:23 I HIGH TIDE, Bun sets 7:0? | Morning i J : r? Slo^n rises... .SU7 \ Evening '>■•'>- niCHMOND. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

1 flit, nnd that the Crime mentioned war committed By BAici rioter* then all nrr • jually guilty, although tho Jury may tot believe thai (hoy personally placed *hf pjMkes on the track?. V. The Jury nrP. instructed tlmt 0 rlnt Is a tumultuous inpetlng of three nr more persons who actually <ln nil unlawful ftcl With Violence or eten a lawful art In n violent nnd tumultuous manner whicl) is calculated to excite public terror. VI. 1/ the jury bellevp from thp evidence that thpro was n. pint with thp mnn Nowman that rprtala SpUtes should I>p put on the tracks of the company at a certain time and place; Hint the company In furtherance, nf thp dpslcns put nil Of the pasp-nFers off of th» pit and through Its motorman and conductor carried tho car to the point of paid obstrnctlon— the paid obstruction ho|nK known to (lip (ionduetor nnd motorman-nvpn though tlio plan wns to cntrnp evil-doer?, tlipy cannot corn-let thp defendants of the crime charged In this Indictment. v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

IS FAR FROM REASSURING Sltuallon in Bulgaria Grows More Critical, MURDER OF THE CONSUL This is Bound to Agg'ravito an Already Serious Situation— The Czar Has Demanded Exemplary Punishment of Criminali (By Associated Press.) LONDON, August 10.— Tho Btnlo of affairs In Macedonia was brought -jp in the Houso of Commons to-duy, but Premier Ualfour declared he was unable to givo any satisfactory assurances regarding the situation. The latOHt news reaching the Koyornment, he says, was far from roassurlng. Mr. Bal four iiald everything posslblo would bo done to. Impress the Porte with the necessity of keeping Us troops well In hand, nnd every assistance would be given to the Porto In carrying out that object. Ho believed that tho Porto w;ib keenly nllve to the present neceaulty of repressing tho excess committed by Turkish troops, If not to the humanltarlnn necessity of this uneasy tn»k In tho face of doliberato attempts to disturb public order. Tho policy of the British government wns to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

♦ The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond. Va. Entered Janu«ry 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as second-clas* matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1079. The JJAILT TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold »t 2 cents a copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •old (»t 6 cent* a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall— so cents ft month; IS.OO <v >™ r ' 12.50 for six months; |l.tt for three months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall $2.00 n year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sundny, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 12 cents p«r week, or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications -will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, IM3. Persons lenvlnpr tb« city for tho summer Bhould order The Times-Dispatch ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

ASKING FOR AN ADVANCE C. and O. Car Men in Conference With General Manager MOUNTAINS & SEASHORE All the Railroads Are Doing a Splendid Passenger Business to Summer Resorts —Sunday Trips Well Patronized. The Griovance Commlttei» of the Brotherhood of Car Men of the Chesapeake and Ohio Hallway Is In confeience w.tn the general manager of thn roac, in th/s city, In an efl'ort to secure an advance in wugcß. li Is expected that some conc?*idon will bo made the shop men, ot wnom there aio about six hundred. The Lacka wanna Hallway Is enhancing the attrantivenesH of Its railway pafesCnBor HtatloiiH on tho Iln«' between Bilffalo and New Vory city by moans of lau:ecape gardening, Already n great revolution In this respect has been wrought, the various stations vying with each other In beautifying the eoyircms. The Norfolk and Western Railway on Sunday mr/ried flown on its Trilby excumlou to the seawhore about 800 people, all Kolntf in oni train. Many of the excursionists went to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

0 SHOT WIFE AND HIMSELF Henry E. Carpenter Dead and Mrs. Carpenter Wounded. UNHAPPY MARRIED LIFE Rev, Dr. P. Presley Barrett Accepts an Ohio Pastorate at a Smaller Salary. Police Justice Scores Police for Arrest of Sailors for Money. , (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK. VA., August 10.— Henry E. Carpenter, a street enr conductor, employed on tho Lambert's Point division of tho Norfolk Railway and Light Company, shot his wife and then killed lilm»eif this morning. The couple had been unhappy In their marital relations for some time, and a •hort whllo ago, Mrs. Carpenter left hor husband nnd secured a position. Recently, Carpenter hns been drinking rnthcr heavily, and it Is rumored that he hnd threatened his wife's life unless she returned to him. He scorned to be very despondent over the loss of her affection and society, and had threatened openly to kill himself, unless \u» family troubles were settled soon. IHH SHOOTING. This morning, as Mrs. Carpenter, who lives on tho same...

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

WRECK ON SEABOARD freight Trains In Head-On Collision Near Raleigh. AILED TO GIVE ORDER oarly the Whole of the Raleigh Fire Department Go to Durham to Take Part in the State Firemen's Tournament. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALEIGH. N. C, August 10.-A serious wreck occurred on tho second division of the Seaboard Air Line, four miles from Italelgh, this morning about 3 o'clock. It r-.os a head-on collision between freight trains. Both were i lowed down (or a crossing and running at only abaUJ. ten piHna an hour,. else the damaged would bavo been far rribrc serlou«. As It was, onfi fireman hid his hand badly mashed, the engines were right (eriouMy pmnrhH, and five freight cars, tnost of them loaded with lumber, were ttmfilderably broken up. The wreck was in.ld to be due to tho Failure of nn operator to deliver an order to a northbound frolght traJn. It seems :r.at the extra freight, southbound, er.glno No. MB, In charge, o( Engineer Sweet, received orders to meet tho northbound f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

8 HELP WANTED-FEMALE WANTED, thrfo LADIES to lew; two on Jtck'M, StanFeD. thrfc LADIES to »ew for th* fall •»»• f<.r rlfrh't parly. Apply Nn. I«4'J TV. rrnnklln Strrx-t .WANTED, an experienced COOK; must have references". Apply between 12 and «2, 1312 drove Averne. OIRL to do light house work; 400 N. Seventh Street. WANTED, quick, experioneed lady STENOORAPHBB for t.-n.porsry position •*,»» J* f '\'l\ Heftlnpton Tvpeivrlter use,!. PROKKR, f*n this o(TI<-e. WANTED, a lady STENOGRAPHER. Apply at onre sn ADV. RION CO., 1313 East Main Street. ' WANTED, competent NURSE for two children; mnH hnve rftferMM**; BOS VT. M»ln f " rwt - •TENOORAPHER— Need ».n expert nt dictation otTlre. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. MOTICE TO SCHOOL Superintendent*, Tru»te*i end ratronn "f Vlrclnln: A. nr«t-elasß trnrlier of uperli'ii-vi nnd energy desires n srho.ilj enn furnlfh trstimnnlnls from former pntrons. jinx iis Boy d ton. Vn. WANTED, a position as povenifus in a private fnmlly to te...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

SUPPORT FOR MARKET Demoralized Break Stopped by Protective Measures. THE PLUNGE CHECKED There Was No Tendency to Recove r and Sentiment Continued Feverish and Unsettled Throughout the Day— Bonds Were Heavy. (By A«»oc!«!ed rt<!»».) NEW YORK. August 10.— Measures Vert? adopted In Wall Street to-day similar lo those) of lai't Thursday, when tho dcmornllzeil bronk In ntnekH was chenkfld by Ihrs opportune protective meacures of lnr«': hnnkliiK Interests ahd in'irknt nianOKerH for vurlous Btock«. Them was a similar hurrying buck to the flnanclnl dlhtrict by i>romlne.irt men In Hie financial world tn repair damage by Bnturdtiy's Violent break In prices. Tlio downward riuiiKc in prices uaa chocked for tiio timn. but thf^ri.' wm no such sußtalnod tonnonry to recover, hh was thn caso I««t Thursday, and the. ccntlment regarding tlio nmrk''t rontlnned feverish ami unsettled thrmiKliout th« day. The early de.alliißa cave clear Indlratlon of the largQ t.ijrt played by profos...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 11 August 1903

10 Miller G> Rho&ds. Miller & Rho&ds. Second Week of the August China Sale. Few people perhaps stop to think whon looking at a handsome Dinner Set how ranch labor is involved in tho manufacture of it. vr\ih pink borders find others blue flowers with pink borders. Another set of Llmogc of thr pnnie quality is $23.50. Decorated in blue, and pink flowers, but not quite ns elaborately ns the first nnnied petBoth sets nro stippled in gold. A beautiful Dinner Set at a low price is the "King Charlos" ai $10.00. There's 100 pieces, decorated in bine. Pretty Dinner Sets of 40 pieces in English China, for $4.95.. China Salnd Bowls, $1.00. All tfood values nnd assorted patterns. Our new China is coming in nearly every day and we'll venture to say that thero isn't a handsomer showing of Chinaware in tho city. Such are the comments made by those who see the window and tho China section. The several baking procossos before and niter the decorations a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

THE TIMKS. FOUNDED IP-SS. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDKD IRM. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER, "WASHINGTON". Aiik. 12.— Forecast 'or Thursday nnd Friday: Vlt-Klnla-Pnrtly clonfly Thursday. Frlflay rain, north Winds, Increasing by I-Tldny. . North Carolina-Showers Thursday, trl'rfay rain; variable winds, becoming north end Increasing in force, nichmond had a delightful day yest«dny. It was cool for a summer Any and bb bright as possible. STATE OF TUti 'VIi BRMOMKTER. B A. M. '••'.' 12 M ....' " 8 P. M S fi P. M I? P P. M l\ U midnight A V£rn go ~ r> . Highest tnmpcraturn yesterday f> J/imst temperature yesterday |[J MVan temperature yo«tcrday 1£ TJornißi temperature for August £; l.>opart.um from normal temperature.... w Precipitation during pnßt 24 hour!" W MINIATURE i ALMANAC. August 13, 1903. Bun risrfs B:2S | HIGH TIDE. Sun pots 7:iT. I Morning •'„ Moon rl«es 9:.W | Evening * :u RICHMOND. Local stock market otartlfd by new alliances of thn Hf.'shoa.rd nn...

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