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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

MUST SAY HOW MUCH Candidates to File Statement *KE SLOW IN COMING IN Only a Few for the Legislature Have Reported, but They Appear to Hava Spent but Little Money— High* est Account Sent In Is SI7. There peem3 to be somo confusion In certain quarters concerning tho exnet effect of the B.arksdalo pure oloctlon bill upon candidates for oirtco, and thero are those who bellovo that simply refraining from spondlnu money constitutes a compllanco w.lth tho statute v This Is erroneous and secretary of the Cornmonwoajth D. Q. Kggleston yosterdiy expressed a deslro that tho matter bo mom dourly brought to tho attention of the public. Th^lnw provides that each candidate for ofllco, whether In a primary, contention or general election, shall tnlrty dayii i thereafter file with the secretury of tho Commonwealth a sworn stßtement ag to money expended. Mr. Eggleston said the candidates for the Legislature woro slow In making their returnn and that the Board of Canvassers could not Issue certificate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

c TWO GIRLS IN HEAVY GALE Schooner's Captain Wanted Hamilton to Rescue Them. BLEW HIS OWN BRAINS OUT John W, Brockwell, Remorseful on Account of a Spree, Kills Himself, Chief of Police Vellines Believes In Whipping Vagrants. (Special to Ttie Tlmri-Dlniwtcli.) NORFOLK, VA., August m.-Passonters on tho Old Dominion steamship Hamilton, which arrived here yesterday morning from New York, tell a thrilling tale of tho sighting of tho tchooner Massachusetts, of which much has been written of. lato, owing to the fact that the father ot tv/o rlrls who wero aboard had sworn out ft warrant for the arrest of the qnptain of the Massachusetts on n charge of abduction. The warrants wero withdrawn upon information furnished by the two girls' mothers that they had given their consent to the trip. None of these facts •were tajown to Captain I-nno, of the .Bchooner, however, and when ho ran Into the storm which prevented tho yacht raco Saturday, he was worried about the two girls aboard tho laboring s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

EIGHTY NEW LAWYERS Tho Largest Class That Evor Appeared for License. FARM AN OBJECT LESSON Or, Wlnslon Declares it is Being Dupll- , cated In a Small Way All Over that Section— Ordors Issued for Confederate Reunion.' (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) RAM3IOH, N. C,, August 31.-A class of eighty law students presented themDoWes for examination as applicants for licenses to practice law when tho Supreme Court convened for the fall term this morning. This Is tho largest dnsa by far that /ins evor applied, tho highest number hofitofore being slxty.flv«, Of those applying^ thirty aro from Chapal Hill nnd twenty-six from Wake Forest, the two principal law schools of the Stato. Of the eighty applicants, five are negrooi. FINE OBJECT LESSON.' Dr. Georgo T. Winston, president of the Agricultural and M«ohanlcal College, who has Just returned from a tour of Western North Carolina, says he found a great wave of public favor throughout that soction for education, local taxation for Improvomont of...

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

THE MARKET MORE ACTIVE Demonstration of Strength Due to Professional Dealers OUTSIDE DEMAND LACKING Most of the Dealing Occurrad In the Two Hours Before Noon, nnd at the Close Gains of More than a Point Wcr« Few. J (ny Associated Press.) XEW YORK. Aug. 31. -There was a considerable growth In tho volume of business in stocks to-day ami a Bhow or Strthgth which was qulto Imposing, but HeHher the activity nor the strength lH«ted the day mit. Thi? nßpegnte transn"tlons .orVto tho half inlllltm shnro iti-trk. liul tliu Inrgest part nf this was done In the two Sours before uoon. Ditrlntr the nctlve period of the miirKet ndvanc-H ovor Saturday ] to 2 no titß hmi become quite n u morons, but. the \aat •prices ->f I ho. day show very few jrnlns jn Xxccbb of r pnlnt. The deinonstrntlon i«' streiißth Was evidently due largely to concerted Mellon by profesßlonfil trndois Uncovered boars heenmo (llacoiiniKed bi-' thn' dull reflKtiince of ln.ft week s market to nny attack nnd the hulll...

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

HELP WANTED— FfeMALB. "WANTED, A WOMAN for general homo work. Apply M. A. WMtTTti UOO Brook Avenue, fienf t/itnbnrrly Rtrret. WANTED, kn »xp«rTen6od TXAOHEII to Uk» chntgi- of /i ftmall «chool In thn .Miitilrn brandiM, MtigllMi, AilTanced Mitthemnlli:*. ftpnch »tti\ La lln | must be n (food lencner nr Mtidlo. Afldffsn WAItHIIAW. cam tliln "fc^ TEAOMKR WANTED— A roflnod, ChrUtlwi lidy, with ctpefleDCP. to prepare a girl of (Iftepn for tUmlolnh-Mdcnn Woman's J.'ollogo in rilghrf Rnnllsh, Lnlln. Mnlhenintlcd jin^ l tn#tltiment»l Music: pleasant home, good «a My to onn well •iiinlf rtorj for tho work! no other need apply. AddroM at onco Mm. J. A. onEaouy, Hkiptvitti. Vit. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, \>y youoM lady, ponltion as teacher In prlvatn acliopl or family lo tenon the Visual Kngllsh brnnches, French, nerinriii nnl Mjblc. Addrens Mlsk 11.,I 1 ., Palmyra, Va. WANTED, position In ptlvlto family; qualUlcl to. (each lieglnners In Miisln, Mnullsl) and Lnlliii four ye...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 September 1903

10 Miller & Rho&ds. | Miller 6_Rhoads. New Fall Skirts at Bargain Prices. Nofc reduced prices by any moans, as the Skirts only reached us iftst •wnek. They aro sample Skirts* of a big manufacturer whoso salesmen hnvo just como in from the road. No uso to him any moro at samples, so ready cash bought thorn much under the prico of tho garments they represented. As for tho tailoring— you know, of course, that tho best always goes into tho samples. Nearly all of them aro Walking Skirts— $7.00 for JIO.P.S values. 1J4.&0 for $7.00 values. Sn r,o for $S.M values. *B.l>o for $8.00 values. »«.Tr, for *0,00 values. A Fine Showing of New Fall Suits. Tlio Now Fall Suits wero under inspection yesterday, and the favorable comments -\vero manj'. ] The long coat stylo Is lo bo vory popular— many of them with flat collarß, There's a considerable flare to tho Skirts, both in dress and walking lengths. Novelt}' weaves aro numerous this fall, but the solid...

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

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

TUB TIMttS. KOUNDICL) 1«6, TtlH DIBI'ATCH. FOUNDED 1860. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WABHINOTON, Sept. 2,.-F'orecfißt for Tliumduy nnd Ffldwy: „ „ Viißlnia-'Falr Thursday and * rlday; light, .vii rln hie winds, , ,„ . North Carollnn— Fair Thursday nnd Friday; light noi-thetist to eu«t winds, Plofl!sa.rit weather wnn ngnln the portion of thn poopln yesterday, though thoro wns 11 cllKlil. rise In tho thermometer. I' air wp/illmr In looked for 10-dny nnd to-mor-row, with light, yurlobla winds. KTA'I'K OF TMK riIICRMOMETER. t) A. M .'. 12 12 Al J8 8 P. M 52 « P. M II V P. At ;2 12 mlilnlKhl 69^ Averngo U2-Z Highest temperaluro yesterday J2 1/nvest temperature .yesterday ffl Monn tcmprrrntuio ycutordny '"' ZJ Kormnl iompi?r«tiin» for September... a Jlnparltirr from normal temperature.... <« Precipitation during pant 24 hourw 00 MINIATURE? ALMANAC. Hept. 3, 1003. Run rlcop 6:12 | iflOH TIDE. Sun hpls f.::J7 I Morning •• • r -V? ■Moon Hots 2:20 | Evening 2:uo RICHMOND. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

. ■wng n hitch In His eofd and It snapped. A ladder was In readiness, nnd In two tnlnutes Iho defect Was remedied and thn fnlr hands drew the veil from the slnoudett ftnldlf.-r, find it floated to tho earth, giving to Ihn crowd anil to the generations lo • come n monument In every sensu npprß'filntn ami beautiful. . , Tim miinumrnt Is 11 granite shaft rlslsig tweuty-foul- feet from thn grnund, m«nHUrlnß ,-nt Its bnse mime twenty five f«-pt in clrcuniference, and fifteen 'fcut nt Its summit. A gracefully carved stone, bearing on tho one side tho word "Virtus" r. ml OH tho oilier "VorltHsV 1 sUFhioUiiifl the capstone originally placed, ami on thils RlnndK n bronze soldier with gun clasped near the muaiilo nnd with stock ifftlng near his foet. Near tho base, mi the front sl<H iirc fppcrlhOil on a polished stone the wmds. '"Jn Memory ot the Confederate Soldiers of- Chesterfield and Manchester. IMII18fi!i," Manchester during the war having been n. part of Chesterfield county, ...

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

BOTH MURDER AND SUICIDE A Prominent Man Shoots Woman and Himself, HIS ACCOUNTS SHORT Was' Madly In Love, as is Shown by Letter Found on His Body — Members^of Family Insist that He Was Insane. ffly Awioclnteil J'rpsit ) ' NE\V YORK, Beptnmbcr 2.-Elnnry Town«ond Edson, Ron of former Mayor of New York, Frnnklln Kdson, In his npartmontu at So. 232 West Ninely-BCcond street, to-dny thot and' Instantly killed Mrs. Fnnnlo Pullen, of No. b"» West End Avenue, nnd then dim arid killed himself. Tho murder ami suicide appear to hayo been premeditated, nnd followed a dratnutlc scone, In which Kilkoii called upon Mrs. Pulton, a close nnd honored friend of hlB wife and family, to desert her husband and children nnrl fly with him to another State. Mrs. Pullen, a very hnnd.nnrno woman, Is Bald to havo been tho daughter of a United States naval olllcer. Tho double tragedy, brought to the Mirfacn thn fact thai Kdson, who was "comptroller" of St. MlchHcl'B Protostunl 1-ipls-copal Church, had been stisp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

« The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street. Richmond, Va. Bntnred January 27, ItO3, at Richmond, Vs., at •econd*el«M matter, under Act et Conor**! of March S, 1879. The DAtLT TTMJBS.DISPATCH IB «old «( t «eht« a etivT. The SUNDAY TIMBB-DtSPATCIt Is •old itt 6 cents n copy. Tha DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by me 11-66 cent* a month: 15.00 ft £f ari •1.R9 tot 'she months! *«• for tlires months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a yenr. The DAILY TrMBS-DISPATCH. Including Sundny, In Richmond nnd Manchester, by carrier. 12 cents per weeK, or B0 cenU per month. The BUNDAT TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. 11.00 n year. All Unsigned Communications will b« rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Mllltr I*,1 *, No. DlO East Broad Street. • THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1903. I ' .. Persons leaving the city for the summer »bould order The Times-Dispatch mailed it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

BATTLE OF THEBALLOTS Henrlco County Holds Her Primary To-Day. A VERY LONG TICKET UP Voting Expected to Be Spirited at Al ( the Precincts— Secret Ballot to Bo U«ad Under Special Act of the Legislature— Gossip, Tho most spirited and long-drawn out Democratic campaign which hafe engaged the attention of tho voters of Henrlco county In many years Was brought to a Close lust night, and from ounrlso to sunset 10-day the battle of the ballots will wag© and. determine upon Whoiso brows shall be , pressed the crown* of victory, The primary will bo held under a opeclul net of tho Legislature for Henrlco county, and tho secret ballot system will prevail. Vosterday a groat crowd was at tho courthouse and tho candidates wcro mingling freely with the voters. County Chairman RufHn was prdstnt and dlHtrlbuted tho tlckots and other paraphernalia to bo used to-day, and It Is believed that everything will move off promptly and iirnnotlily with tho rising of tho sun thin ■morning, Tho largest vote ovor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

6 ONE HANGS AT BOYDTON Anderson Finch Executed and Doc Eacon Respited. FINCH MAKES STATEMENT He Denies HU Guilt and Ds.cos He Knows Nothing of Bacon's Movements that Day— Tho History of tho Crime. (Special to TDe Tlmcs-Dlßpntcli.) UOYirruN, VA., September n.-Andcr-bon 'Finch was hanged hora In tho Jail j-nrd to-day. TJio drop fell at 12:(n>. • The nock wns not broken, but death was produced by strangulation. He was pro-lu-uiicod dead by Dl*. Hamilton In flftoen iritniitea after the 1 drop fall, but tho body vus allowed to hang for thirty minutes, Finch showed grout nervo and ascended the slops leading to the srullowa with a firm and steady step. Ho Btated bofore and oven after, reaching: tho gallows' that ho was Innocent. His statements havo boon contradictory from tho beginning to tho end. Ho said on tho sallows that he was ready to die. STATEMENT BY FINCH. The following statement was 1 taken by Sheriff Cogblll by direction of tho Governor a four moments boforo tho exocu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

STATE WILL I NOT RENT Tne Proposition of Mills and Flnlayson Was Declined. PRISON DIRECTORS MEET The Widow of General Branch In a Grltleil Condition— QtnarnlOarr Writes Encouragingly About Proposed Confederate Reunion. (Bp«elat to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) KAJUBIOH, N. C, September !i.-Tho Btftte council and directors on the part o< the Atlantic and, North Carolina Hallread to-ijay declined to accept tho propo. »ltlon from W. W. Mills nnd |I. U Flnlay•on .lo lekae the road for & term of fifty yearf. The terms wero to assume tho (lotting d«bt, pay Interest on mortgage ■ad pay a. flat Interest of 8 per cent, on •too*. Mllli md Finlay/ion repreient a railroad company, the name of which they do not Alvulgn, They also propose to ohllgato fhemaelves to axtend the road fifty miles nut Irom Ooldnboro. 9. A> Bryan, preeldont of the road, adt!m4 the Bute ofncern to lease It, but th»y agreed almoxt unanimously that tho ■Ute should continue to control the road for M...

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

8 H6LP WANTS P—PB^ALB. .WANTED— Any o»» who wrtte» » pl«tn, dm! h/infl r«n make Roml wijnry trrWtig fnr Pt. JorJM' riinmlMl Co. P«n'l nlfmppl cnT{lo]in for imttli'iilnrii 2»no Kitlon Aw., St, tioli(«, M". 'vM.NTrI), VOITNO tADV, with *kttA^<ene«, for rn«lJ"rt nlwi mm Hint wrllM wt>lt Ij< "I'llek «t nciifpj ami KmlorsloMs plnslo fnti? Im^kkfrplop. Apply ntift !> A. Mi TitAt,nntnß , niiOfC. fifth nnil nroart fllropli, situations' wanted— female. WANTED— A pmniiot* of fl Vlrirlnl» "ohool Mttfhes n lvslllnti to tojlfhi n«nllflpßllfM. I/illn. Piviirti. Miiklc nnd the uiiijil EnclUn Jirniirlipp; referfnee rxrhanped. Artdrefß MIM M.. FrcdnrlcM Mnll. Vn. ; WANTED. IT young tnijy, po»rtlon nl. t«arhor la private prlmol <.r ffttnUy In lenrh Dip "siml Rnpllfh ln.inolies, Vrrncli. fiermnn mil Miislc. ,\(l.!rrjts Miss T., I'nlm.vrn. Vn. L LADY OF EDUCATION, oneriry and ability, r;> yennt of npi-. declrCK n nwltlnH fIR house|;i'i't...

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

PRICE LEVEL IS LIFTED There Was Unaccountable Activity Late in Day. MORNING HOURS DULL Money Hns Become Almost as Nominal on Affair ni the Stock Market. Bonds Had Conslderabla Breadth, but Irregular, (By Associated Press.) YEW YORK, Sept. 2.-There was rto iiuwii to account for any change In the complexion of to-day's stock market, and the early part of tho session wfts given over to a dullness more profound nnd a BlugKlshnetiß more Inetrt than at any time during tho present neglected condition of. the market. Later there was »omo revival of activity, which oxpanded tho v6lume of transaction* considerably over those of yesterday, and lifted the average level of prices above last night. Atchlson was the lnnder. with nn extreme rise of 21-8 and three or four of tho othor grangers responded to the extent, of a point. Prices eased off before the elo?« whlrh wns unsteady. Thn nfternoon d"moni'tratlon seemed to be directed against the short Interest In Atchison, especially, nnd In thn othe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 3 September 1903

10 Miller & Rho&.ds. j Miller & Rhofcds. Miller 6 Rhossds* Our Annual September Sale Of Home Furnishings is a Portieres. TVe drape portieres very artisti.cly— tho one shown in the illustration being a finely mercerized onrtain in plain and two-tone effects, 3 yards long and 50 inches wide, for $7.50. Other mercerized portieres, both plain and in. two colors, $6.00, $7.00 and $10.00. tho pair. Ottoman ribbed portieres, with tapestry borders and floral designs, $4.50 and $5.00 'the pair. Lace Curtains. Nottingham lace curtains, 3 1-2 -yards long, extra heavy quality, as low as $1.00 pair. Other styles as high as $2.00. Cable net curtains, in Irish point and Renaissn.nce 'designs, $3.98 the pair; 31-2 yards long and wider than the ordinary curtains at this price. ■ Arabian lace curtains, 3 1-2 yards long, with wide borders; beautiful patterns— -$3.50 and $3.98. Beal Irish point curtains for $5.00. All of them 3 1-2 yards long and plenty of designs to...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

THREE SECTIONS. tub TiMKS. j'ouNDjin ISS9. WHO! V MTTTVTRPR 1A 337 MONTAGUE IS NOT IN THE RACE Governor Does Not Seek the Vice-Presidency. HAS BEEN URGED BY MANY TO RUN Would Hardly Accept if the Honor Were Tendered. BELIEVED TO DESIRE A SEAT IN THE SENATE e>tate Primary Plan to Be a Lively Issue In the Campaign Next Year—Leaders Said to Have Talked Mattirs Over at Hot Springs, and Determined to Make a Big Fight, There has boon a good dead of talk recently In political circles, concerning the putting forward of Governor A. J. Montague n» the nominee of the> Democratic party for Vlce-Prenldont In ISKH, and from Washington cornea a story to the effect that tho Virginia. Democratic leaders there, are heartily In favor of the move. In discussing tho matter last night, His Excellency would not bo Interviewed further than to say that ho waa not a candidate, and knew of no conceivable clrcum■tance, which would Induce him to accept the nomination If it should bo tender...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

* i a n==s (Fj\ p3> FESTAL DAY OF LABOR Those Who Toil Throughout America Will Celebrate the Holiday of Organized Labor, What the Leaders Say of the Occasion. Throughout the broad expanse of Amor)cn to-morrow will bo celebrated by organized labor as their own pnrtlcular day. Tho day has been deoreod a holldny by tho National and State governments, and especially In tho Stato of Virginia it will bn fittingly celebrated. Just as certain dnys havo been set opart in the church calendar as a tribute to the saints, so "Labor Day has a significance not always fully realized. It is ■the anniversary whereon millions unite In maintaining and Improving tho dignity nnd majesty of labor, which Christ Himself dignified and exalted by His '■ovm example. On these anniversaries the men who labor m the various trades, at the workshops and In the factories, and .In every other vocation, abstain from labor and enjoy a day of recreation and rest with their famllios. Tho holiday lg a cryßtalll...

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