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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

A TOUR OF INSPECTION Corporation Commlsslonpoes on a Trip To-Day. U EVERYTHING NOW IN ORDER Business of the Commlsiion Working Smoothly— Mr. Upshur's Good Syslem—A Number of Charters Qranted, Vh6 Stdte Corporation Commission, con•leting of Judge Dev. T, Crump, Mobsis. Honry C. Stuart and Henry Fairfax, accompanied by Mr. John A, Upßhur, secretary of the commission, will lou.ve this morning via ,tho Chosapoake and Ohio Railway for tha iinnuul Inspection of the proportion of that company Within tins State. Thoy will go west from this city Via the James Rlvor division, traveling In tho private cars of tho president und general manager, and will bo accompanied on tho trip by President George W. Stevens and Qonoral Manager C. IS. Doyle. At Clifton Forge tho party will chango to tho main line of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, ' und will go thence to Alleghany, on tho West Virginia line. Roturnlng, the party will take the main lno from Alloghany to this city, arriving hero on Thursday ev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

6 STRYCHNINE BY MISTAKE Mrs. William S. Dey Dies In Convulsions from the Dose, NORFOLK BANKS UNITE A Brave NegHo Prevents the Robbery of the Safe of the Norfolk, Portsmouth and Newport News Electric Company. (Bpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) VORFOLK, VA., August M.-Under tho taws of Virginia Prank Prout, BontencoiJ to two years' imprisonment for housebreakiiig-, will spend tho remainder ofihls days In the penitentiary. The offenco of which ho wns convicted Is his third conviction. Tho deal for tho consolidation of tho Kotlonnl Bank of Commerce and the City National Bank has now been consummated, and the final meeting to close the negotiations was held this afternoon. It Is expected thnt the two banks will be united In the Bank of Commerce building In a few days, Meantime preliminary arrangements for the erection of the big bank and ofllce building at the northenst corner of Mnin nnd Atlantic Streets, to be occupied by the consolidated bank, are Ir. progress. STRYCHNINE BY MISTAKE. Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

WONDERFUL OLD WOMAN Speaks Gaelic and English; Both Fluentlyf %m AND IS A CENTENARIAN MfuMargarttShaW, of Robtson Counj ly, North Oarollna, It True Bluo Presbyterian— Other North State Newt. (IpteUl t« Tbn XlmU'bUpntcb.) BHD BPBINQB, N. C, Aug. 24,— One of th» most lntei-Miting uHmans of North Carolina, is Ml»i Margurut Shaw, a resident of Hed Borings township, in rio;,*2 On county. She was born in ths western art ot Cumberland uounty, January 1, 3HOM, an near ns can be ascertained. Tho tamlly record was carried off by General KUpatrlck's cavalry )u March, 18S6, and ths dato Is that ulvan from memory of tbosa who have seen the Bible record. MIFtA Margaret Shaw was tho daughter ot Gilbert Shaw, who Immigrated .to North Carolina In 1792, from the West Highland/) of Scotland. She has lived th« greater part of her Ufa In Cumberland county, at tho old family residence, till she became a resident of Red Sprlng3 township. Her memory of past ev«ntn is v«ry remarkablo and shb has a vivid rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

« HHLP WANTEb— FBMALB. IWANrEU, two hou»e BERVANTB. on» to oook M-ji tho ither trt !inr*n tmA c>Mi HP! (rood room Mi pt^ml^i prefer whlti> pof 11 '"*: P OO 3 noma. Apply 211 HUM Miiln B<reet. ______ •WASTED, »t nna>, tio& OOOK. Apply 411 N. P.iphtli Street. WANTED, MAN STEKOORAFMtHI must be ' MperlMiiwl tn del nil offlro wnrh nnd lie rnplrt Remlndon oi-erMor. Addrew ASIIUTIOUS. tnf<> Hil* nfflee. SItUA-rTdNs" WANTED— FEMALE. .WANTED— A Ohrl»ttiin lady rienlMs poilllon na n cr«rr.nlp«i nr lion nek eeper! referonoes etftmn«Pit and f WJillrdd. AdireM "1-.. »ox SIS, nifbmond, vn. VOtfNO LADY of refinement and expnrlsneo At>«lfM nosltlmi ns tenrher tti ptlvste fnrally or Krhnoli (ihhllOcbUoiio. Ku«ll*li. vO<ln. n ; rnrM Rlren ami rennlred. ' Addren MAW».> S.,'l/ocli Tlot ffl. flrnnpo, Vn. las ! m rB. Hox Rfll, nlrhmond, Vn. HELP WANTED— MALE. jinx l'n-1. bjTiehbnrß, Vn. •OT»VTFn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

MARKETWAS SLUGGISH Volume of Transactions Fell to Quarter Million TONE WAS RATHER HEAVY Hardened Slightly Towird Iho Clow on Covering by Room Shorts. Bond Market Was Dull and Heavy— Money Cheap. (By AMOolntcd Prcßß.) NBW YORK, August 24.-TO-<Jay's How and sluß*lsh market accorded with expectations. The volume of transactions foil to Mbout n quarter of million slinroi', und this small bUßlness way on a rapidly diminishing hchlr during the latter part of tho day. In the Inm hour of the market thero woro lon* Intervals when no uuotatlonn were recorded. Jho tone wan rather heavy throughout, but hardened slightly nt tho hist on cpvcrlnß by tho room 1 HhortH. Some Inclination to well was carried over from Saturday on account of the bank Htnternont, and the filing of a petltU/n In bankruptcy by a Block oxchniiKo member, although It waft HUlweciuently withdrawn, hfifl a f-llglitly depressing Influence. The siiecinl weakness In Now Ti ork Centrnl at ft. dodlno of two points was no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 25 August 1903

10 Miller 6 Rhonds. Miller 6 Rhoads. We Will Place on Sale This Morning One Thousand, Three Hundred New Swiss Lace Stock Collars. We and 15c There are Collars among these worth up to 760 eaofc (First floor Collar counter.) Another Lot of COOL WHITE LAWN WAISTS. (Loss than % prioe.) SOc, 75c, $1.00. Sheer Fine Lawn, with Laoo and Embroidery Yokes. Men's Soft Summer Shirts 50c, The pick of upwards of 1.000 Soft Shirts at this-Httle price. i Social and I {Personal Muoh Interest 1b manifested In the announoement of the engagement of Miss Gretchen Louise Parsons, of Natura Bridge, to Mr. Horace Brlnton. of J\cst Chester Pn. Mias Pnrnons is an excepS" beautifully girl of the Monfle typo nnd Is popular In the social o }«£«£«&"£ city having, frequently visited here uh the g U of Miss Elizabeth Travera Have! She is the second daughter o Mrs Nellie L. Parsons, and for several rears the fnmlly occupied the cottage on the hotel lawn at Natural Bridge, where they frequently entertain...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

THE IdKtcjl; KOUNirtSD 1850. SUMMARY OFDM'S HEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.— Forccfmt for Tnursday and Friday: . „.. . '■: , Virginia— Partly cloudy- 'Ihursdny, ehowors In western or north portions. Friday showoru and cooler; variables winds, becoming cast to southeast nnd Vol'th Cfirollnn-^Partly cloudy Thursday nnd Friday, probably Hhow.ors and cooler Friday; variable winds. The Jiot wave wn« temporarily checked yofiterday by a ennnldorublo fall of rain, during which tho mercury fell from (to 1o 80 degrees, Intor rising to SO degrees. Bhownrn are lookod for to-day; to-morrow more" Dhowem tiro expected and It will probably be cooler. STATE OF THIS THIORMOMETI3P.. » a. m : 30 12 M ?< S P. M f. 0 P. M $. 0 p. M & AvcrnK" 8I 5 " r ' Itighcot tomperaturo yestorday 03 I/Owrst lemporaturo yeiilorday T7 Mean tompornturo ye«torday £« Normal tomperaturo for Aiißtist '» Poparture from normal tempernturc... w I'roclpltatlon during paHt U hours.... ...10 JIINMTUIi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

wicked favors KtAl\t+fi. <o boht>ndnr 68 tinder Inrlff ln-wc. fhosfi laws nro dlalnetrlenllv and everlMUngly opposed »o th{ • Democratic doctrine— to tho cherished AmfMciui ducttlne-of equal rights. Convince Iho people (lint you nro In earnest i»ml will entry tills nno reform Into effect, iu>d on that alono the mnjorlty will sweop you into powvr. "Why should thoy pontlmio to vntfl with Mr. llnnni? Wlhotoen- twentieths of fie voters of Ohl6 nro also righteously opposed to Mr. Ha'nnn's »hlp subsidy echomo to draw money from the public treasury and bestow It on thos'o already rich. Avlll a majority of voters oonsmit that Mr. Hannn Phall remain in power to further srhomfis by which some are enriched at tho expmwo ot tho many. "The tariff system does shelter inonppolv and trusts. Trusts nrrt a menaco to our republican Institutions. Tho opposl.tlon party, no matter what moves t pictends to make, will novor seriously Impair tho growing power of tho trusts T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

RAILROAD < HAPPENINGS Hems of Interest From the Various Lines. A VERY LARGE EXCURSION Hundreds Qo Down to Quckroe Beach Marriage of Mist Fuller Announced. New Quarters for the Old Dominion. Th« •fa.tement for the third week of Auruat, Juit Issued by the comptroller of the Seaboard Air Lino Railway, shows tho estimated gross earning!) to be ?'JM>, ■ 470, compared with $388,000 for tho corroipondlnß week last year, an Increano of $37,804 for tho week of 1003.. Total turning* for the month to dato, $1,270,586, compared with $1,108,210 for tho iamo parlod of last year, an Increase of $1(>8,376. EBtlmaled gross earnings from July Ist, 1903, to August ZMh, 1003, $3.1ft8.401, compared with $2,037,070, an Increane of $521,881. The Old Dominion Stoamship Company la now Hnucly settled In Its new quir? ter§ at No. 808 East Main Street, whlthor It ha» removed its passenger nnd city ticket onieo from the old location at No. 1212 Bant Main. Mr. John F. Mayor, agen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

* The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At N«. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, N/«. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as gecond'dnss mnttcr, under Act of congrut of March », IS7S. The DAILY TiMJSS-DIBFATCH"Is 90 Id '»t 2 cents n copy.' Thtt SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is told at 6 e#nts ft copy. Th« DAltY' TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-BO cents ft month: Ifi.OO "■ y eari M.RO for ttx months! ».»0 for three months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by tnnll $3.00 a. year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, In nlchmnnd nnd MnnChester, by, carrier. 12 cents per week, •r KO cents per month. The BUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier. 6 cents per veok. , The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ' 11.00 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. ( | | THURSDAYS AUGUST 27, 1003. 1 Persons leaving the city for the Bum."•ner should order The Tlmes-Dlspatcli ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

OVERBOARD TO HIS DEATH Overheated Seaman Drowned by Plunging Into Cold Water FRICTION WITH [MANAGERS Miss Shackelford Resigns and Medical Faculty Protests— Girl's Arm Dislocated at Ocean View by ■ Mammoth Wave. (Spoclnl to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK, VA., August UC-Scarnan Olson, of the torpedo boat destroyer Barry, whs drowned In tho southern branch of the Elizabeth late last ovo> 'nlng. He had Just come up from the fire room and was overheated. It Is thought that the nhock of th« cold plunge affected his lioiirt, and he was unable to help himself In tho deep water. Divers arc searching for his body, Minn T. M. Shncklfiford, superintendent of the Norfolk Protestant Hospital, ywlll resign her post thero on account of friction with the board of lady managers. Every physician In th<i city has ailusted, formally, to her ability mid has entered protest agulnKt her rc-nlgnatlon. . , , A GIANT WAVE. The two|ve-yenr-o|d daughter of Mr, W. B. Rudolph, of this city, m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

6 HELP WANTED— PEM ALB. WANTED, tt «n««, (rood COOK. Apply i\l M. KUhth Ptiert, _____ TEACHER WANTED— A t*fln*d, Ohriltlun t»ilr, with ttptrlmci*. tn prepare a pitl of flftoen tnr Randolph-Mseon Woman's Cnllnro In Jilßher KniJllKh, I.ntln, MuthomMlrs nnd InBtiumentni Muslr: piensnnt home, uond salnry \ti one woll ()uslllli<rt for the work: no olhrr nrfd apply. Aiidri'F.R nt onro Mrs. .1. A. ORF/r»nnY', Sklrn-llh, Vn. 8 ITU AT 1 0 NS WA NTE'd^-FEMALH.' BTENOORArHKH. -with mtloh experlftncA, d«llrM permanent r««l<ton! Interview desired to prore my ahlllly; Ollrer machine used nnd c*n furhl»h on-n if neri>s/«ary. Address Miss R., care Roi SOl, Richmond, Va, ■WANTED, • poiltlon to teach In prlr«t« f«tnllr Hnrllsh. French, I,ntln and Music: reference eichnnced. Pox SS, Madison. Vs. SETTLER WIDOW denlren a sititatlen ai hoinckeeper or matron. nnRPBCTTttI.LT, Roi SB, Krsn-lrk, V*. HELP WANTED— MALE. WAKTED. Reel'tored DRUG CLERK to do relief work for 2 or n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

THE MARKET IS STAGNANT •Trading and Fluctuations Both are Insignificant. CHANGES FRACTIONAL Even Professional Operators Are Going Away on Vacation, and Small Room Traders Havo Market to Thsmtelvet—Bonds Steady, (Dy A«Hoclat«d Presa.) NEW YORK, August 20.— Nothing worthy ot extended commont was accomplished by to-day's meogro trying In atocks, either In tho way of distribution of socurltlcß or prlco clmngos. In* volumo of dealings fell another notch towards absolute ottgnatlo.o with a total for tho day of only about 200,000 hharoa, mid tho cases In which tho prieo fluctuations roached" a point were very low. Even the professional operators of larger cullbro ar« «olns away for deluyad vaontlona. which huvo boon prevented herotofore by tho troubled Btato 0; tno market, and tho smaller clilhb of room traders have tlio market to themselves. It Is the complaint amongst theHO that whon thoy offer prices down they aro unablo to force any 'rcnowal of liquidation, and they noon meet supportin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 August 1903

■" ■ 8 Miller 6 Rhoanh. I Miller 6 Rho&ds. . i Three Sales of Special Savings to the Women of Richmond- 6,900 Yards of Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries. U392 Summer Stock Collars at We and 15c Worth Double. Fine Lawn Shirt Waists 50c. Others at 75c, $1.00, $198 and $2.98 ; AH at one-half value. THE NEW FALL CHINA. Our fall importation of China are now -making their bow almost daily and we may add not to an unappreoiativo audience either judging by the liberal buying during the past month. A China Store must be judged llko any other department In such an es-tabllahmomv-not by a few show pieces, but by tho comploto assortments and variety of all Wndi of useful household ns well as decorative China. Every conoeivable price Dinner Set's. Open stook patterns of whioh you can buy one or a hundred pieces. ' Odd Plates, Oups and Saucers, Salads, Pickle and Olive Dishes. Celery Trays <fee. Lamps, Out Glass and pretty Brio-a-bracs. Social and \\ :: Persona/ illi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

THB TJMBS 'FOUNDED ISSB. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS TH/fe,WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.— Forecast for Tuesday and Wednesdays Virginia— Fair Tuosdny. ■Wednesday fnlr, warmer In Interior; light north winds bcr-nmlns vnrlnblo. North Carolina— Fnlr Tuesday Wednesday fair, warmer; light north winds becoming vnrlnble. Richmond linn gotm Into business again na a summer ronort. nnd mnny who am in tho mountains will dntibllcus Boon heBin to rottirn hornn. The chances poem to favor a continuation of tho plousnut weather. STATUS OP THIS THERMOMETER. (I A. M 89 U M 72 3 p. M 76 Lowest temperature yesterday M (Mean lomperatiiro yesterday 71 Xrrmnl tomr-orature for August '8 Departure frotri normal tompornfurfl... 07 Precipitation during past 24 hours Oa MINIATURR AIJMANAC. Sept. 1, IM3Bun rises 5:10 I HIGH TIDE. Bun sots <i:IO I Morning I*:J-' Moon sets 12:45 ) Evening "M 8 RICHMOND, Young Herbert 13. Bate? kill" Miss Rena Gentry and then takes -hln own llffi DrnthH of Eugene Shepardson an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

2 ftdhen he hns *ver been called to act e.ftlclally over the body of n- pupil of his In th« High School. Thn suicide of young Hfttes removed him from the scope of Iho law, nnd there was nothing for tho coroner to do aflnr learning tlio clrnum■lancps ot the double killing. Tho Ffttal Wounds. Upon Mtnminlng the wounds of the dead he «a.w that tho ball had entered the hend of the young lady nn Inch behind Iho right eiti-, on the l«vol of the lop of the enr, r.nd passing through tho skull twice, lodged In tho-BKln nn tbo other side. Sho died Instantly. Bates placed (he mtuale of tho rovnlvorhi his right temple. The bullet lodged sotnawhoro In the head. Ho lived possibly half a minute. After oiiortlonniK friendfi of the family ns to I he antecedents of the shooting, and seeing that the IflW had nowhere to lay Us hand, J>f. Taylor gave the bodies to their respective ifamlllos. Funeral Director nillups prepared both for burial, and took that of tho young man to iho house of his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

THE GOOD SAMARITANS interesting Session Held in Maryland. ARMY CHAPLAINS MEET These and Other Benevolent Organizations of the War Betweon the States Hold Th^lr Thirteenth Annual Reunion. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlsputch.) MOUNTAIN" L-AK I3 PAHK, MD., Aug. 21.— Thu above orKimixntlon clor.od luul night ono n( the iiiohl Interesting moetlngrf ot Its thirteenth reunion, Thursday, Friday, Suturduy nnd Hun<lay them wore very Intcrestlntr meetings In tho large auditorium of the Chautauqua. Tho attnndnncrj of delegates was not very large, but there were among them repruHuntiitlvcs of dlfforsnt nnctlonH. Among thoso tnklng active part In the exercises were Uifchop Snmunl KallowH, L). D., LI-,. IJ., who whh flnrhig tho war colonel, brevet brlgadlor-general and chaplain In the Federal army, nnd who succeeded Bishop Latane as presiding bishop of tha Reformed Episcopal Church; Rev. John p. Fdster, D. D., of New Jerney, who wn« connected with tho Christian, Commission during the whole p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Dally nticl Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, V«. Entered Janutry 27, 1903, at Richmond, Vn., us flecond'dftfi* m.ittpr, unaer Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Th« DAILY TJMJ3S-DISPATCH Is sold nt 8 e*ntfl a copy. The SUNDAY TIMEB-DISPATCH Is *61d «t 6 cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES^DIBPATCH by mall— So cents n month; *8.00 ft yw: iS.SO . tot six months; lI.IM '° r <hroe month*. Thft BtWDAT TIMES-DISPATCH by mnii ji.oo a year. The DAILY MMBS-DISPATCH. Including- Sunday, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 12 cents por wee*, or BO eonts per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. Thß "WEEKLY TIMES- DISPATCH, JI.OO it year. All Unsigned Communications will bo jtffccted. Rejected Communications will not ho returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T, A. Miller's, No. 619 Cast Broad Street. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1003. .Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspntch mail...

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