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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. _*_<_ to do light hou»» work | 400 Morlh Bey onlh Blwel, __ ( WANTED, a TRIMMfcR, Apply Ml--INERV DEI'AKTMBNT, aim Cohen l.'o. VANTED7~«xp«rl«t]ced lady BfjOK-KEErEH. JUtlt'B SYl'l,l) AND RONB, HfO.Otld (llld rtroml HlrepiH. wTnTED, (i rnßiiPotaiila "oolored WOMAN M nurse; come r^comtueiidedi No. filO >vi'»t oiny Hhrcl. WANTED, a TEACHER to taaoh four ehlldrfn tho iiniihl r.UKllsli cour»«i no nnislc. C. ». IJPKH, NolUiMiiy, Vn. _ WANTED, Bt onoor'a Rood OOOKI good horn* for right putty. Apply No. 1842 W. 1 rnnUlln Sltce.t, WAKTED, h whits WOMAN to do general hou«« work for nmall family; Rood pay 'for.:rl«m imrty. Addreixi Mrs, 13. U. 0., Huli-sLntlmi No. 2, Ulelimoiid. MOUBEKEETER wanted t «■ r««p»otaM« whlU U'omitii, about forty, to lake chaw or ii« hou«« for oiw In family. Rood hnmc to thn right person. Box i». Virginia "Pf^ ;___ BI'ENOORAPUEUO (l«»irln« to botler their eondlllon Bbould list Ihelr names In our employtuout bure«ii; all mat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

19 THE ZENITH IS REACHED Everyone In for Good Time a Sweet Chalybeate. SUPPERS AND DINNERS Pretty Gorman Danced on Saturday Evening-Richmond Girls Hostesses of a Pretty Room Party. New Arrivals. (Special to The Tlmw-Dlspatoh.J SWEET CHALYBEATE SHKINOB, August 16.-Tho zenith of the season 13 nt hand, and every ono Is In for a good time, many entertainments bolug given, mostly card parties and «uppors. But, no matter of what nature, tKo" ontortalnment la, there we to be found a number ready to enter Into It wlfh interest and sost. The paat week waa, well filled with tho Innumerable enrnll parties, except on Wodnetfoy evening, when tho concert and taJsleatw: wera given. X psrman was danced this evoningr. Tl« largest entertainment of the Beason waa on Wednesday evening, whon a concert and tableaux -wore given for oharlty, ■iid a very good sum realUod, About three hundred persoim enjoyed the inagnlflcent singing of Mrs. W. G. Caldeway, of Cincinnati, especially in her selections of "Viol...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

th/SMt^ 9 : KUBBSB iSS: WHOLE NUMBER, 16,321. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. "WASHINGTON, Autf. 17.-Forecast for Tuesday and Wertnrnflay, "VlrKlnln^-Fftlr I'uondhyj wnrmer in interior, Wodnosdny fnlr; wnrmer on tho coHHt; light east to south wlndn. North Carolina— Partly dnudy Tuemlny; warmor In Interior. "Wedneudny fair; Hunt to fresh cant winds. The reputation of Richmond nn a summpr rosort wn.< further enhanced by yesterday's pleasant tempornture. For to-day and to-morrow thn prophets predict fnlr and warmer weaMior. BTATI3 OF THITTnEnMOMETER. 6 A. M 71 , 12 \T 7') 9 J \ M ,mimhi t 74 12 midnight 78 Averaßo 74 C-8 Highest temperature yontflrday 81 Lowest temperature ynHtordiiy <H Moan tempom turn 'yoßterdny'. ,i .' ..73 Normnl tnmpnraturc for Atißtmt 7S Kopnrturc from nornvil tempornturo. ... tti Precipitation during iiivnt U hourn W . MINIATURIO ALMANAC. Au«u*t IS. 1903. Bun rises r>:2fl HIGH TIDE. ■Un KOts fi:r,n Mnrnlnif 12:01 Moon rles.. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

2 tlt'ctpd lo BUrcfPd himself as Commonwealth's nttnt-nry. Quito a nuiiibpt 1 nr« out for the Hoard of Supervisors and tho line of bnlllo will bo good rottus, AFTER JORDAN'S SBAT A New Candidate In the Field— Tha Registration Is Small. (RptcUl tn The Tlm*»-t>l»pntrli.) BtfPFOblCi VA., AiIKUKt U.-Thn fourth aspirant for bnleßnte Waltor Jordan's sent in tin; General Assembly ainuiunccu ftltnuelf' thin afternoon. Mo Is Urndford Kllby, n bright young lawyer, nnd the son of County JUdgo W. J. Kllby. JuiiKhiK from the slue of tho rpfflst.-a-tlon In sections whero It Is coniplotocl, there cnnnoi ho n large voto In (lie coming primary., notwlthMiindlnß tho efforts of the several candidates to get out their friendn. Tliera will not bo on the hojkS i)ie names of more than 2,0(x.i whlto persons, i^ittsyLvania primaries Will Tak* Official Count to Decide Leg- ( Islatlve Conte6t. . (Special to The Tlmps-ltlspalrli.) CHATHAM, VA.. Aug. 17.— L'nofllcial rci turns from all precincts In I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

OYSTERMEN ARE STIRRED Legislative Committee Has a Hard Proposition, TONOERS COME IN HORDES They Accompany <he Legislators on Tholr Tour and Impress Upon Them Hardships to Follow Breaking Baylor Survey. (Special from a Staff Correspondent.) ABOARD STEAM EH ACCOMAC, OFF CHXJOKATUCK, NANSEMOND COUNTY, VA,, August 17.— About ono hundred oystormen wero with tho Legislative Commltteo on Nannomond River to-dny, eagerly watching the investigation of the oyster bedH In that stream. The commltteo wns lato In nrrlvlng from Norfolk, where Sunday was spent, and when tho Stnte Btoarner Accomac, on which the legislators aro making their tour, hovo in night, thero wan a largo fleet of sail boats on Nansemond Wdge, awaiting them, A very few Nnnoomond tongors •were with the committee when It '.van In theao waters lost week, but since that time tho news has gone abrond that the legislature Is on thu point of leasing out tho natural beds, nnd the mon quit their work and turned out to make nn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published Daily nnd Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth afreet, Hlehmond, Va. ■ntered J«n* nary tt, 1603, at Richmond, V«., at second, class matter, untftr Act of Conare«» of March 8, 1«7». TIM DAILY TIMES-DIBPATCH la sold •t I cent* a copy. . The fItWDAY TJMBB-DISPATCH Is •oM at 8 cente a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mi.ll-80 cents a month t 16.00 a years •fl.fto for six months! |i.»O M lnrM months. „ « The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mad $8.00 a year. &A The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, , Including Sunday, in Richmond and waneh«ter, by carrier. « cents per week. or B0 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISFATCH. by Carrier, 5 eenUi per week. .__, The WEEKLY TIMBS-DISPATCH. •1.00 a year. . AH Unsigned Communications will ue rejected. . Rejected Communications win not bo returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. •19 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1008. Persons leaving the city for the sumtner should order The Times-Dispatc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

REMARKABLE REUNION Meeting of Theological Class After Twenty-five Years. WITH ITS RANKS UNBROKEN A Sketch of the Occasion by Ono of Its Thirteen Lively Members—Not a Bachelor or a Widower Among the Lot. One of the happiest nnd most remark•We reunions In Virginia history wan thn.t at Hampton In July, when Rev. C. Broxton Bryan, the rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, fathered around him tho mombers of his class with whom he graduated at tho Theological Seminary twenty-nve yenrs ago. Rev. Arthur P. Gray, of Amherst, under tho head of 'Twenty-Five Yearw After," gives tho following rather breezy account of the gathering: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AFTER. "In many respects that reunion at Hampton, on July Bth, 9th and 10th, of Iho claw of 'It, Virginia. Theological Seminary, was a unique and memorable affair. While of the five olrsscb at tho Seminary, from 1875 to 187S, ulna have died and eight have dropped out or retired for disabilities, yet of the thirteen who entered the Junior class, 1875...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

» IN HANDS OF RECEIVERS I he Oliver Refining Company Declared Insolvent. MR. BARR MAKES DENIAL Chamber of Commerco Asks Qovornmerit to Stay Hands of Contractors Who Dump Dirl In Hampton Roads— The Pythinns. (Special to Th<> TlmoK-Hl«l>»toh.) NOKKOLK, VA., August 17,-The gront properties of tlio Oliver Ilollning Company, located on tho borders of Portsmouth, on tlio Delt Lino Rallwaly, are ir. the hnmls of receivers. Application was made before Judge Waddlll, of the United Slates District Court, by W. L. Marbury, of Bultlmore, counsel for the WiUiama and Trask Compuny, of New Jersey, who claim that they hold $32,000 of past due notes of the refining concern, and that two notes for $30,000 total will bi due this month. The complaint recitee that the J entlre $250,000 capital of the Oliver Company was paid In and Invested In the land, buildings and machinery of the- plant, and that there are in addition tank enrs valued at J27.00 and stock on Jiund wort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

GREENSBORO IS UNEASY o ... ■ ■ ' 'I Fears the Seaboard peal Will Interfere With New Roads, KILLED DAY POLICY GIVEN Considerable Criticism Over the Loose Wayln Whleh.Af/alrt of Newbern BAnk War* Conducted- Old Gitlien Dropped Dead. (Special to Th« Tlmeß-Dlspatch.) GREENSBORO, N. C., .Ailß. 17.— Oreeneboro has felt onpoclally concerned over tho recent change In the railroad situation, . Two important railroads, the Durham and Charlotte mid tha Raleigh and Western, have been heading this way, and both would have given.: tha Seaboard Air Lino valuable connections hf*re, wrjero the Southern has a completo monopoly of passengers-freight- and expregft servlco. • If th« -Snuthorn Railway I* at the bottom of the recent deal, which many surmise, It will, of course, stop further provresH on their, lln«s, Work on tho Durham and Charlotte road In progressing actively, grading now being dono by a large force from Plttaboro to Greensboro, and surveys being located nil along the line. General Manag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

* MARKET WAS HESITANT Strength Was Concentrajed In a Few Stocks. BONDS WERE IRREGULAR There was Some Profit Taking and Market wns Disposed to Sell Off in Late Hours-Closing was Irregular nnd Below the Best. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Aug. 17.-There was a cotlnuance of Irr^ulor dealin K « »»' day's slock market bitf it was n tten^ d lh y a decree P^!«ffi^;&lSP for a d%"onßtrntlon of positive Rtrength beyond the normal limits of upward re nc lon after tlje «vcute depression. TTvcont for LbP f»ct thnt most of tne ke? to mako an -upward moyepien it look life or nttractlw. Tliore I",, 801 "?.™: slval of apprehension over the money outlook, nnd the best grades of commerclal paper especially commanded 8 S 6 1-2 per" cent., while commissions In some cases raise the Interest rate considerably above this. There dpeg 1 not seem to he any question nf mercantile credits Involved In those rates. It Is «'mpl> * pressure upon the available money Wf feet supply. The open...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED, ntt cxporlsnond COOk for t (umlly of two; tniml lie woll recomnienileil. Apply fill N. Klsth Street, lintwcCn 10 Hli'l 1 o'clock, WANTED, a WOMAK to cook and With fnr ft etnnll fumllj'i good wnrp» »n<l room on thn lot. Apply to iniin Weft Frnnklln Street. WANTED, to lilro a h«uis OIRt to *alt It) houiiit, nenr tho elt.r, on Oterttle elir 'Itiej Rood w«K»f, Hoom No. 1, Bt'conil Floor, 11 in I3«Kt Main Nttent, BTENOORAPIIEKB dcMrlnir to bettor thfilr con. ditlon nhould Hut their immeß in our employment, hureniii nil mnttcr» treated «lxlntly confliientlnl nnd In chnruo of n tnemher of thn firm. BOtmtEKN STAMP AND STATION. KHY CO., two doors bfslow Plflntun llnnk. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, by r«ftn«d widow, poaltlon •• mannttItiK liDUßeki'i-piT, enro clilldicii, Mri, UAH OOUriT, SOl 0 HtrcPt Northwest, Washliffitou, D, C. A LADY WISHES a pUoa aa gomoMi or liomeUeoper: would tnljp enre of hou« durln/j nbnencn of owner for nmnll pny, AddrnnH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 18 August 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads. An All-Silk Taffeta Umbrella For $2.00. The mau that made those Umbrellas determined that tho greate, part of their vntuo should bo in tho covering, and consequently tho eilk cloth used is much better than you ordinarily seo. There linati't been nny rcil srfcrtflen of worth, howovor, in tlio other mrJ-'irh " n, L.lln nnd fra.no. Tho handles ard „lnin natural « wXml nnv fhnrv trimming n.,,1 Iho fmmes arc the best parntfon make. You're biiyltlß notliiiiß but Rood service, For a dollar wo soil what we believe to be tho best Umbrolla for (he monoy that is in the market. Waterproof taffeta or silk twilled corola. As a usual thlnff you can't got much of an Umbrella for loss than a dollar, but there are exceptions, nml the Umbrellas wo have at 50c are decided exceptions to the rule. Cotton gloria ovor a paragon frame, with natural wood handles. Get Ready For Preserving Time. ' Wo sell the lendinj? makes of Fruit Jnrs, bucli as Uio Atlas, Mason's •fid the Gilchrist, but we ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

the^ispatch: Sounded im>, SUMMARY OF DirS NEWS THE WEATHER. •WASHINGTON. A"* 10.-Forecast for Thursday and Fridays Virginia— Showors Thtmdny; light to fresh, variable winds, Friday fair; warmer In Interior, North Ca.rollnn-Pn.rtly cloudy Thurnday; probably showers, with coolor In extreme west portion. Friday fair, with warmer In intorlor; frosh, variable winds, Slight rainfall yoßtorday tended to keep the mercury at tho modorato flgurclt has occupied for somo day«. The weather people promise showers to-day, but predict that It will be fair to-morrow. STATE OF THM THERMOMETER. 9 A. M. .; 75 12 M i " 3 P. M 81 0 p.m....I...;!;"!!;;!!!!.!!";!!!.."!!."."!. '..'.I'.'.'.;!;"!!;;!!!!.'!!";!!!.'."!!."."! 70 18 midnight , I ■• 70 Average t, 77 Highest tomimrntnro yesterday S2 Lowest temperature yesterday f>7 Mean temperature yestorduy J : ' Normal temperature for August '» Departure from normal temperature... vi Precipitation during pnst 21 .hours 6 MINIATURE) ALMANAC. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

suit of Ko-morrott'e tnee, Sir The-mss Saldl "1 am moro confident of winning than ever, ani\ my ftonfMnnco Is shared by cytSry mnn o»i the f.'eot nnd otlier admlr* ori of tho Rhamroek lir. tfexlfihor FHo Is thnroiißhly oaMsflod with tho tuning tip that Shamrock 111. >.ai> received nnd Cnptaln Wrlnpfe Is confident." fn reply to «• qtle'Rttoh -whether or not Vhnro tv'as nny bnsls for suspicion that li» ehflllenfcor hafl hot been pernjlttcd tp Rhow all her speed In her trials with BharKrnplf U Blr Thomns snlfl: "Tlidph nevor w>ns nny JncUcylnK. \ d'> Ml 6011Slder It nn honest way of Bc.UliiS fWPl p »<i bet Dielr mon'cy. EftceK In a few cases tv.h«n Mr. Mfo wnntrd to pnll nlongsldn of Shnmrock I. wo havo always dono (ho best vto cpitUX, and I hnvo always wanted to see liftr do her best." , E3lr J Thomß« ndde-d jokinely 'Slmmrock lit. will win th>" first racjl by ellliPr fix or pm'biv mltifltf<s, I'm not nulla c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

WHY BALLOTS WERE USED Explanation of Tenth District Commltteo, DIDN'T HAVE TIME ENOUGH No Deslro to Bo In a Position of Contumacy In Us Relations With tho State Committee— Document In Full. Tho Democratic- Commltteo of tho Tenth SeniKorlul District, which hold Its primary last Saturday ami permitted voters to vote by ballot, after tho Btato Ccnlral Democratic Commltteo had declared that plan of primary iTregulur, iniiko an elaborate statement Justifying their action and explaining the grounds on which It was token In Borne ddttill. Ir. Justification of Its action the Senatorial Committee claims that tbo Htnto Committee bus required It to do an Impossible thing, In that tho tlmo that must clapco botwncn tho receipt of notification of tho Central Committee's action and the tlmo within which tho statute law requires that nnmes Khali bo given In to bo placed upon the oriinlHl ballot will not leave tho eighty days net;eHS!iry for the sixty days' notice of primary require! by tho party In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered Jan* vary 87, 1003, at Richmond, V«., «• tecond-olat* matter, undor Act of Congress of March 8* 1879. Th« DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold at I cent* a copy. The SUNDAY TIMBS-DIBPATCW l« •old at 5 cents n copy. The DAILY -TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-50 cents n monthi IS.OO a v«i 11.50 for six monthsi J1.30 for throe months. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mull $2.00 % year. The DAILY TIME B -DISPATCH. Including Sundny, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 13 cents per weeK. or SO cents per month. The BUN-DAY TIMBH -DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per wapk. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. •1.00 a year. . All Unsigned Communications will do Mjected. Rejected Communications w"t not bo ' unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. •10 East Broad Street. " ' THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908. Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatoh mailed to them. Prloo, 60 cent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

MEETS SOME ROUGHWATER Special Committee of Legislature Gogs to oyster. SEE BLUEFISH POUND Thoao Who Fish for « Living Uso Hook and Line, and Waste No Time In Removing Fish from Hooks. Laws Consistently Violated. .flpeclnl from n. Start Correspondent.) NOrUTOMC, VA,, August 10.— Tho spo» ■iHI commute* of tho Legislature engaged In Investigating the Virginia, oyster beds left hero for tho Eastern Shore to-day, where It will be a fortnight or more, All tho momberft ware ,of the party except Senator Bryant, who 1b detained at his home In Henrlco county by his light for tlio position of Common wealth's Attorney. Tho committee will make headquarters at Oyster, Northampton county, while on the ocean side of tho Eastern Shore, and will explore the wntors carefully to tho Maryland lino In search of barron area, which may bo rented out. C'Hptnln J- D. Buylor, of tho United Stutes Coast Survey, who laid oft tho Btata oyster beds ten years ago, creating tho Baylor survey, Ib Ktlll with the comm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 20 August 1903

BACK-SET IN PRICES Tuesday's Heavy ProntTakIng Left Market Weakened. CLOSING AT THE LOWEST Oecllnes In the Active List Range from One to Four Points— Early Strength In Bonds Gave Way to Heaviness. (Uy Ainoclnted I'resn.) NEW YOHK, Auk. lfl.-Tho reactionary ;"L 100 fnr; So fur as could bo percclvcd "he oti side causes which were advanced tp%COOU.It for the dncllne were the effect nither than tho cruice of It. 1. c aamlnant InJlupncpg on prkea were In te marhot Itself. Yesterday's heavy prollttaWnl left the market ln a weaker techn lPßl'noßltlon 'Hie concorted swing nJI through ho' Us cauped tho belief that a Inrce bear Pnrtv lad been organized n mow the pFofeaslonnl traders to contest IhT advance. The kind I of .ißUpportyßi d wotertlon for prices which hnve beon In rvkl^c-e since [he trend clonnltely U,rnod upwards was noticed to-dny, and tho Mil in prices wns not considered. nllmb( , r Tho reaction uncovered a large numoor of "top-loss' orders nnd wiped out narrow margl is of the st...

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