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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

2 Into nirminchflm, nnd firft n part of the Southern Stales situation. H does, bowever, emphasize the fact that all the ere.it railway systems are carrying but the. poll-y of more CloSely MmfenllnS do rmln'ny transportation IhWreMfl of the country, which will ferfiativ rctnid. Bna It m hoped, entirely prevent (tcrViorallirt* tloti of rale situation or the imntcessflry construct Inn and dupliritlnß "f pfoperty. Attention Je culled to Ihe fncl Hint with the rtlseAntinunuce nf fitly further construction by tho Seaboard Air Line, the valuo of tho properties nre greatly en* hancpd, nnd another gratifying f.-ic' a« thin time, nnd which Is further rvldd.ee of tho future disposition of tbe railway.of the United States in thnt tills deal does not call for uny financing or supplying of now money." "W> can state on hl&hosl authority thnt tha Seaboard management will remain a* It Is at present." The Xew York News Burftflll sends out thp following authoritative statement o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

AN ALLEGED DYNAMITER L. P. Johnson, of Richmond. Arrested in Norfolk. DENIES CHARGE STOUTLY Says If He Confessed to Anything He Must Have Been Drunk -He Will Be Erought Here To- Day. a young man giving th« name of 1.. r. Jnhn.«r>n was HrreMrd nt the GindMone Hotel. Norfolk, yesterday afternoon about S o'clock by Baldwin detectives on thn charge of placing dynamite on the car tracks on the Oakwood lino July 23d. The mart hod been shadowed for pome time, nnd lafll Sunday had gone to Norfolk with nr.r. of the detective*, who had worked himself Into -hln confidence, on the suggestion tlm t he inlglit secure employment at hid tra-le. that of ,-i painter. They (topped at n Church Street boarding house, the friend, whom Johnson knew us "Fisher." paying the expenses. ALTjHOBD CONFESSION*. The detective went to the Gladstone ye«terday nnd engaged two rooms, adjo nmg. with connecting doors. 110 and Johnson took one, nnd thiee. others were given thf adjoining room. Th^ door between ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

i fXhe Times- Dispatch | Published Daily and Weekly fAt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., ns second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. I — !Th« DAII/T TIMKS-DISPATCH Is sold ; S cent* a copy. Thß SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is ild at 6 e«nt« n copy. The DAILY TIMEP-DISPATCH W nll-SO c«nts a month: $5.00 * year; !.E0 for six months; *1.3fl tor three onths, The BUKTDAT TIMES-DISPATCH by all $2.00 a y«ar. The DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH. Wudlag Sunday. In Klehnmnd and Mnnicster, by carrier. 13 cents per week, BO cents rK>r month. The SUNDAY TIMER-DISPATCH, by irrier. 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. .00 a year. All Unsigned Communications will Be Rejected Communications will not he turned unless accompanied by stomps. Uptown Offloe at T. A. Miller*. No. i East Broad Street. THURSDAY, AUGUST IS. 1903. Persons leaving the city for tho summer Bhouia oidor The Tlmcs-Dispatch mailed to them. Price. 60 cents per m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

DON'T LIKE THE PLAN Representative Flood on Viva Voce Voting. FINDS MUCH OPPOSITION Many People, He Claims, Refrain from Participating in Primaries Rather Than Declare Their Choicj Publicly— Gossip. The Tlmes-Dlßpatch Bureau, No. Hl7 O Street, N. w., Washington, d. c., Augupt 12th, nrnJ there Is the most genernl and tho %cry strongest opposition to tho viva voce method o£ voting In Democratic primaries," suld rtcpioEcntatlve Hal Flood, of the Tenth Virginia District, to-day. "I wag nt the Botetourt County Court at Klncnstlo Monday. There was a large crowd In attendance, and though nobody wan doing much truslriCMJ, everj'hody stayed In town until late, Uilklnfc pnlltlcji chiefly, H was a fine day for that. Noar]y everybody with whom I tnlked expressed himself as strongly opposed to the viva, voco synlcm. A number of people gald th«y would not ko to the polls because it was Bought to make th<>m nnncunce to tho bystanders their choice au between candidates. They w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

6 EXCITING ACCIDENTS iwo Riders Hurt In Berryville Steeplechase. A VERY FINE EXHIBITION Clarke County Horse Show Held Under Auspices Entirely Favorable, and the Audience Was RecordBrenker- Richmonders. (Sped.il to Th« TlniM-Dl.p«tch.) Ktie condition and rendered the air com and bracing. The entries numbered over 800 more tlinn nt any previous show of the association. The attendance wa* larger than wna expected, and the management correspondingly enthusiastic. The scone nt tho rinpslde wns nil cx-]-Marfttlnß one, tho bea-Uty nnd chivalry of this nnd other States seemingly centering there. The Rrand-Ptntid, n hnndsomo *c[tn° the' bo*t people In the Stnte, who cheered loudly their favorites as they t-wept before, them. Some of the box-hold-P rs were P. H. M«yo, of Richmond; A. r:«.nrv Johnson, Wnshinßton, D. C. 1 , 1 Cnas. RCTaS.PHtJ.burg. Pa.; Charles Hlloy, New York; Dr. Wllmer, Washington, D, C • Major George Scrlven, Washington, T>' C v ; Goldsmith and Trovers. Maxwell A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

FHE KINSTON RESOLUTIONS the Ralegh Retail Grocers Decline to Endorse Them. IGHTING TRADING STAMPS he HTgh Point Insurance Company Recently Chartered Gelling Ready for a Regular Fire Insurance Business— To West Point. (Special to Tb« TlmwDtiipoleh.) RAIyEI(SH, N. C, August 12.—The Ra> lejgh Retail Grocers' and General Merchants' Association last night, after a lengthy session, declncd to adopt resolutions similar to Uiose recently adopted by tho Klnston association, calling for an Imtnedlnte boycott of thr> American Tohaeeo Company on account of tho low prlr^?B of tbacco, flue, tho resolutions claim, to the policy and plnns of the trust. Counter resolutions adopted by th« Raleigh association refer tho whole matter to th* president and directors of tho Btat« Association for rocomintnd&tlon. Moderation and conservatism aro strongly urged. FIGHT TRADING STAMPS. Tho local association is also making a fight on the trading stamp scJiemn for cash trade, whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

J? HF.LP WANTED— FEMALE. •WANTED, a TEACHER tn f»«oh four ohlldren th<~ untinl T-ndllKh rmirsf. no mn>lc ('. P. Err.f=. Nnttftn-dy, Vn. •WANTED, l«dv TEACHER (middle anwn, pilT»tc family: P.rr rbldrfn. tn 13 ,vt>nr»: F.nKIIMj iind V««1c; muni t«- ftrtcl mnl capnMf. /fI^PP.. Yin» IM, \liclllln Ronrh Vn. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. •WANTED, hy n rradiiate of the Eplnrop^ Femnl^ Inftltnto. Wlnrhf«t<-r, Vn.. position «« tfnrf rt In r. prlmte fnmllj-; rsn tfflch Math§nntlrn. F-ncllP>n. I^tln. Frrtirb nud Mu»l«l be«t rrfrrfince* fivrti. Artilrens Mln« X., Box T2. Stnphrna City, V«. TV'ANTED. by « aridimte of the Eplneopal F»miilo InKlitntn. Winf-hf-fiffr. Vh.. position as tPßchpr In « prlTflto fnmlly; run trnrh Mnthem«t|p», Encllsh. I,»tln. Frrnrh und Mnflc; b«M rrtrroDceo clrfn. A<ldr(-«» Mix T, Box R2 nncpoon FnH. Va. HELP WANTES-'MALE. WANTED, as itenoraJ itgunt for the fitftte of Vlrcltiln. » lire, rr>*pmiMblp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 August 1903

ADVANCE WAS RAPID Overran Demand and Caused Selling for Profits. CLOSE STRONG AND ACTIVE The Day's Gains Reached One to Three Points In Principal Active Stocks anrl Moro than that In Specialties. (By .A.-sorlalr-d I'ress.) KEWITQRK, AugUßt 12.— Unit Street's tnoro hopeful views r>r tli-» mttlook wi« inflecteri In the i:oinptehen«lv<! movement <>f prli-cx with whlcli tho ««>'» OporittlofiH began. Tho advance "* n "|^ n rtl (irii'iii'iHl .-. ri«i nlliHct S'inio fellln« to take profits, wliln, .onr-fl «nme naaltii' lion. A feature <>f Iho mrtrket «■«« the flullna/n. wlili-h developed on reni'llon», flu<!> to th* wHliliolrtlnK of stocks from thr mnrk"t px<'"pt lit Ull advnuclng: price Thf! Rpeculatlvc element, nnldr. up "I profegßiftrtni tiinier». played nn Itnpoty ont part In tlw in'ivrm« % nt. iind iinrl'-iiilitpd-ly buying in co\or shnrt eontractH w»m ta "larifo scaltt. . ""S...

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

If) Miller & Rho&ds. Miller <2? Rho&ds. White Lawn and White Linen Suits Reduced in Price. $8.60 Linen Suits now $5.00. SfO.OO Umn Suits now $5.98. $12. 00 Lawn Suits now $6.98. $15.00 and $16.00 Linen and Lawn Suits now $10.00. Each Suit, is handsomely embroidered and everyone of them this year's best style. As we have often said, nnr policy Is in clear tip each senson's merchandise during its season— even at a sacrifice. Thai's the reason we've ' cut the price? on Ihe?e Suits. . What People Are Saying About Our Chinaware In buying Chinawaro people ]iko to shop 'round and compare prices and values— and they are perfectly right in so doiiiß. A lady was ustincr our telephone could fnnl. yesterday, talkintr with somo one Wo heard other cotnmonis of n like about v Dinner Sot, she hnd p'urchns- nature ycsterd&y nbont many of our ed in our China department. After ' Dinner suoh as tlin -17-piooe savinc what other Mores sho hnd Set...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THE TIMKa, FOUNDED JSSfI | THE DISPATCH, FOUNDHD 1860 | THE SUBMARINE CIRCUS DISCOVEBED an 8^ s s ce tt a r^Pst by OUR BPECIAU SThf Sim # 6 ® m aWb WHOLE NUMBER, $6,314. RICHMOISrD VA., SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 1G; 1903, THREB SECTIONS PEICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

2 BURNING OF CHAMBERSB'G An Account of It Given by Gen. John McGausland, HE ACTED UNDER ORDERS Done in Retaliation for the Destruction by Hunter of Private House* In the Valley of Virginia-— Personal 1 Reminiscences, Anecdotes. The Now Orleans Picayune contains the following article by General John MeCausland, with regard to the burning oi Chambersburg Pa., by the Confederate forces during the civil war: The wanton destruction of the private •property of citizens of Virginia by orders of General Hunter, a Federal nrnjy officer, may be considered as one of the •strongest reasons for the retaliation by Barly's orders upon the city of Chnmbersburg. Andrew Huntor lived *i the county of Jefferson, near Harper's Ferry, and was a relative of General Hunter. A. R. Boteler and E. J. Lee also lived in the came vicinity. No reasons that I ha-.-e over heard have been elven for the burnIng' of their houses. Governor Letcher's property was in Lexington, Va., and the military Institute was also ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

Tho. sago and philosophical Hawkins, whoso bon mots for tho last deendn hnvo been tho delight of evory thoughtful .American, never said a truer thing than /when ho remarked : "There's a vnst difference between whlto poor folks and poor vhlto folks, " What this difference Is no man can find the language to oxpiiln, yet nil, recognize tho social distinction • referred to. The aversion we have for poor ■white folks and our Inability to explain lt recoils those suggestive llttlo lines which purport to be a translation of a part of bna of Martial's epigrams. The Ungllsh reads thus: "I do not like thee, Dr. Foil, Tho reason why I cannot tell; But this I know, I know full well, I do not like thee, Dr. Fell.' Up at our houso, whore every member of the family has to use the same towel, and rigid economy Is tho eternal slogan of our menage, we have often discussed thlr.' problem of po'-whltelsm. Mind you, wo are not talking about ourselves when wt refer to It. Although we lost our money a few...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

4 j w^T~ ~"~Z+~w « j A Story of Thrilling Interest. J I Peril ISl&nCl Wj BySYDNEVDREW. I j (Copyright, 1903, Irt the United States, by W, R^Henrst.) ■ $ i (Copyright, 1903, In tho United States by W. It. Hearst.) CIIAi'TEH I. A Vlßlon From the Pnot. Outside, the black waves of the jfrtmt rtver mirgnd past tho anchored haw. Faint lights blinked from the further ■hore. syrens snorted In the gathering fog, ghostly vessel* flitted Hcv.vnnl with the falling tide. Like tho. teaming jolt \ tho river knows no sleep. Day nnd nlßht ■tad hearts nnd sorrowful hearts A» rooked on Its bosom. Day and night bears buck men nnd women to happj English homes; night nnd any Ksopa. rates loved ones from loved ones outward bound for lands of brlchter sunBhlno and more gorgeous flowers, por-haps-but flowers nnd sunshlno cannot tnake homol „ , Rnln fell dismally, quenching the MW ■parks that Fometlmes Phot from the onlmney of tho anolont barge. In tho Stuffy cabin sat Cllvo Drnyton gazli'K into ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

c !» Fashions to Be Worn from Early Morn to Dewy Eve * ~j , 'M <i * * Although Summer is Nearly Gono, Still Now Fashion Feature Continue to Appear— Tho Now, Gowns Avo Veritable Artistio Triumphs. (fipcclal Correspondence of The TimesDispatch.) NEW 'YORK. Aug. 14.— The old, Raying thnt "One might' as, .well be dead fus ■ to. bo out of the rimhl'bTf | has never held : g6od_ with such force oa at prosoilt, und on tho other hand novcr bofore haye 1 tho fiif.Mons themsclvcH boon of such comfortable, practicable and artistic value In order to be 'really fashlonablo In hftr attlro, tho woman of to-day must JiMt bo cocl aril comfortable. No cmmrletlnff cdluih, nc skin-tight sleeves, nnd, more than nil, no tight lacing! theno aro the ecnalblo dlcUtes of fashion for tin comfort of tho Summer Girl In this yfflr of 1 our Lord 1903. To bo her ovm Bweet self, unrestricted anil untrammeled by artificial constraint, Ik held to bo tho best mothod of developing both health and beauty, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

« Clever Drawings and Stories by Club Members. By M. HASKINS COLEMAN. 309 West Clay Street, Richmond, WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN FOURTH WEEK'S CONTEST 'ANNIE DAVIS, Blackstone, Va. . LEWIS V. C. BOWERS, Highland Springs, Va. NANNIE HARDEE, Savannah, Oa. ALL ORIGINAL DRAWINGS MUST BE MADE WITH BLACK INK In congratulating members of the T. D, C. C. on the number and «cSE of original drawings sent in this week the editor de^ sresTo again call th! attention of club members to the rules regu?SSg the reproduction of the illustrations which the paper is so be pen and ink sketches and must be done in) BLACK ink. The editor makes this an item of prime because its non-observance heretofore has caused some of the best drawings to be thrown out, greatly to the editor s regret i It fs hoped and believed that the drawings will hereafter be made in black ink, so that every one contributed may find a place on the Children's Page of The Times-Dispatch. . . . , , The Mother Goose Paint Book Contests a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

c W How Uncle Sam Teaches His Boys to Become Sailors. & ,<..».>., ' r4-M-,4 ■ -' ■ <■-•;■•■ ■ ■ ■ , -~ , His Great Training Schools Wltefe He Educates Every American Lad Who Wishes it, Gives Him Clothing and Food, Sends Him on Cruises and Pays Him While He is Doing It NO. /, Entering ihe Training School. (By H. Irving King.) \ tTncl* Bnm Is building up fl. navy whlerl Is to be tho finedt In the world. He Ib : turning out unlloro to man It whloh ara ,' the finest In the world. For tho making of thene nallars ha bsR two great factories, one In Newport and . ono In Ban Francisco. To make theae ■wonderful tailors of hi* your Undo Bam : takes boys when they nre young nnfl npnds thorn to one of these two big; faotorloH, which nre ealleil tmJnlng stnilons. Almqst every boy thlnkß'hfi would like to be a Bailor, and Uncle Bnm gives such ' boys an opportunity, free of expense to themßolves or their purentsc to'go'to one of the training Btndons and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

1. Ohe day ' Pussy Punipkin^and Tooiiles; sawva cruehold'Bear Satlrtg a poor little Lion cub.. And they said to the Bear: 3 "Oh, you lean old thing! Don't you( know; it's wicked to. strike, poor, little :__ .-..v- «Uot kmnn'f rinnp' any wrnnn ?" 4. So. Papa Lion' took a big.stoutclub and beat the wicked' Bear over the head until he cried quits. And the Lion cub said:' ' That's Imy papa i See how'brave' and strong he' is I"' And ■ Pussy? and Toodles said he was very brave indeed. __ NiC THKILLINQ .ADVENTURER Of ALPSIOMSE, GA6TO.N AND THBIK FKSCND LCON IN-TURKE.Y - r■■-,:-;r.r ■■-, :-;r. An; Almost incredible Sfory of Danger and Polileness. in Throe Chapters. Chapter. 2. 6YXOPSIS:, Alphonse; Oaston ami Leon; While travelinff'through turkey on a cameirwero pursued by a band of' robbers. Urging their camcl"\o top speed,' the three friends reached the wall surrounding' the Sultan* private oarar.n; fenvrt they chsmHuniM hurriedhi and climbed to thd ton of the wall. They' were' imintidiale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

THREE SECTIONS. rum TIMES roUNDKI) )**<>• THE I "ISPATCIi: FOUNDED IBM, OYSTER PROBLEM KNOTTY Legislative Committee Study it Closeiy. THE BREAKING OF THE BAYLOR SURVEY TWs Is the Question That Has to Be Answered. GREAT FEELING 4S BEING EVINCED Those Who Get Their Living from the Sea Are Much Stirred Up, and Fear that Their Means of Livelihood is About to Be Taken from Them. (Special from a Staff Corretipondent.) HAMPTON, VA., AugUßt IB.— "We do not mind paving taxes. It Isn't a question of taxes. It's a question of freedom with u». We do not want the old State of Virginia to take from us the right to go Into tho waters with which Almighty God baa bounded our shores and tako from them the oysters with which He has blessed us. That is what you will do If you break tho Baylor survey and allow the State's oyster beds, the property of the wholo people, to bo rented to planters. Such a course would mean starvation to many women and children on tho shores of 'the Xans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

' 8 ttft**fl* hnvft bo*n provided tot. light and Nftvy-welßht Jiunters. Complete List of Olnssej. M»ro Is tho list of. classes complete: 1 1. fitnlllons-Oprn to all hnckney, thofouphbred, trottlnß, coach and pony stalUcnis, four years old nnd over, rrlr.cn not announced yot, . , ttondstcrs: Class 2.— llorso threo yoaisi •Id nnd over, io be shown to wagon. Mf.es, $100, K>o and 125 and ribbon. Class B.— ralr of liorses, three years old ; and over, to botchown to wngon. rrl*os t |IW, $M>. 11h and, ribbon. Clflss 4.-Hon=e nnd best appointed road '• rig, to be »hown to wngon. Prlaos, JIOO, >-(', |2o ntid ribbon. Horses In Harness: Class 6,-Horsfi over ! fourtoen hands ono Inch, and not exceeding flftefn hands; to be shown to light two or four-wheeled vehicle. Prlacs, 800, }50, »2S nnd ribbon, Clnss P.— Pair of horses over fourteen linnds ono Inch, i»nd not exceeding fifteen tiands, nil nrnund net lon and to bo able • ie go a good pace, Prizes, JIW, WO and...

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