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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Mny V,.~ Forecast for Biinilny and Monday: Vlrglliin— Fair Sunday and Monriny; fresh east to BbiUhenat wlnd«. North Carolina— Fair Sunday nnd Mon<l;iy; fresh northeast to east winds. Yesterday wn« a typical late spring dny, lirlßhl niirl (Jtllte wnrin. The outlook for (<]-(iay is continued clear nnd warm Weather. KT.ATF, OF Tin: TIIESnMOMETER. j> a. m n 12 M 77 3 V. M 79 f, V. M 72 fl P, M f.S 12 midnight CO Average VV4 MINIATUniiI ALMANAC, May 17, IMS. Run tines B:01 I TIK'.II TIDK. Run gcta 7:12 | MornliiK «:»1 Wuoji Hue 5.. .12 .-00 | Evening ->-^ May 18, 1903 Bun rise* MO I Illfill TIDE. Huti «<>ts 7512 ' M'irnlni,' o:^> Moon rises... 12:03 | livening l°:ii RICHMOND. Methodists of Hlchmond begin to-day rolcbrullon «f bl-eentcnnlal of J(jhn Wf.sley'n birth — neportcd Major A»»n will leave M&dlsori ward— May Festival beuiriH to-mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

2 fronted w, l« H likely t li n t wo would Jinvn had .-in ndmlnlsJrfttloh as Smooth and •*oounls as clcir ns Jn thl StntPS? "1 wnnt to s^y here tbal any Irrrgulftrl' tier complained of i" the Wafflilnfrton jxifstofliro wore Investifiralefl nt tho time by postoflVn Inspector!! who mrulo n reji,\rt to >!„» r..-t>i..»s|. i-C.nnnl. They found come IrrrßUl.-irltlrs, but no robbery <;t rtpfrnurllnp of tho frnvonimrnt firt-postmnstor-General Smith nml Pbftt-Jnnpt.-r Mfrrltl, of thl?! city, Pfn'" 'n their letters tn mo that they corrected the «»v!]s complained of hs soon ns tlielr "Itonliori wns callnd to thorn. All ih.it Indlrntrr; nny wronff-doljift In the VoMnftW Dfcpartment nt W**"hlrtgt6n or In ttif Wfislilngton postofßce, Involving loss Id tlip pr»»'nrtim"tit or the Intrurlty of nn od:ol(\l, will lm invpstlkriitoi! by Mr. Itrl^low but I nm nr>t bolhc to invcstlßatc n stump pppcrh. NO CAt/l>tKO OFF. "Jltich hns bceli ninOo Of thf s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

Representative Women From All Sections Proclaim PE-RU-NA j of Special Benefit lor Catarrhal Ailments Peculiar to Their Sex. MISS MURIEL ARMITAGE. --/-.'. r^r. r\'. r\' rt^/v-./M^/v.n'.Aini/Mni CM C\iC\'if\'iCS'iiCY*.C\'H Mlbh Murlol Armltnfre. 3(5 Greenwood I Avenue, Detroit, Mich,, dlHtrlct orgnnIzor of the Iloynl Templarn of Temperance, In a recent letter miyn: Toe I'orunn Medicine Co., Columbus. O. Gentletnrn: — "I think that a n-niiun nntumily slrlnks from making her tniutilei public liut restored health has meant no much tn in.- ttiht I feel l«t the nuke ut other sufferliiK women It l» my duty to tell what I'eruna ban dime for me. "I suffered for five years with Irregularities, vhl'-b iin.iii.-iii on brnlerla »ml mmle mi' a physical wreck. I trli'd dnetors from ttm dinvrent neb/mil* of medicine, but without any |.erlepilbln change In my condition. In my despair I called on an old nurse, who ndrlnod me to try I'erunu, nnd promised cood rmulu If 1 wi.ulii perslßt. and take It ri'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

' WAS SHE CONJURED? This Question. ARE GROWING EXCITED Man Came to Courthouse to Put Officers on Their Guard— Tuckahoe Schools Close— Verdict Against the Traction Company. Among certain of tho negro population of Vuiin.i Grove, In Ilcnrleo county, considerable excitement is raid to prevail in connection with the recent sudden death tif an old colored woman, who, some of her friends avow. was. "conjured" by evil spirits or cvll-niinded persons'. The old woman was Aunt Laura Berry, Ml estlmnblo old soul Of the old school, a general favorite with blacks and whiles. She was a slave In nnte-belhim days and still possessed some of that rare flavor of gentility add courtliness, the product of tho plantation, but now ho hard to find. AllXthe people In the iik a genuine good-hearted soul, In whum Jierfeot confidence could bo reposed. ' Last Tuesday Aunt Laura, who wcifibb6 nciir'y 200 pounds, wns hanging clothes on the line In her yard. Suddenly, while hrr hands wore Hllll In the air, ■»tt w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

PETERSBURG DELEGATES A. P. Hill Camp's Representation at the Reunion. THE STUART MEETINGS Tho Services WIN Begin this Evenln g Extensive Preparations Have Bocn Made— The Choir Has Rohearsed Special Music (Speolnl to The Tlmod-TMdpntclO PETERSBURG, VA., May IB.— Most of the delegates from A. V. Hill Camp to the rounion of Coitf#<lorato veterans, •which will be held at New Orleans next •week, left I'eterrTmrg to-night for New Orleans. The rcHt of tlio delegates will leave to-morrow. Miss Mary Paul Hoper, daughter of Mr. Bnrtlett Kopor, of this city, left with tho delegation to-night. ailBH Roper 1b nrnld of honor to Mlbs Lucy 1-eo Hill, the sponsor for tho Grand Camp of Virginia. The choir rehearsing for tho Stuart meetings hold their nnal rehc-irsnl tonight. To-morow evening the meetings to bo conducted by tho Southern evangcllst, Rev. George R. Httiart, nt Weßt JMII Warehouse, will begin. Boats havo been nrranged for SJJOO people. These meetings havo been looked forward t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

« IN MEMORY OF DR. CURRY Eloquent Sermons Preached In Savannah by Our Pastors WHITSITT AND HAWTHORNE The Former Pnld a Touching Tribute to Lole Dr. J. L. M. Curry, ancl Latter Spoke in Memory of Dr. Isaac T. Tichenor. Tho .storms which deluged Savannah while the Southern HapUst Convention was In session there, ami Inter fell In cloudburst form on tho city of Jacksonville, also had its effect on the telegraph und mall facilities, and In consequence a part of the full reports of tho ci'iiventlun doings prepared and forwarded by Tho Timea-Dlspatch's special envoy was hung up In transmission, l'"or Instance, the reports of what was done on last Sunday fulled to reach here In time for the proper edition of the paper, and the Burnt, being good Sunday reading matter and In good keeping condition, were held oVei until to-day. l^ast Sunday Wfis tho stormiest day or tho entire session of the convention, and Mevernl of tho o-ppolntmonta for services voru cancelled necessarily. However, by aid ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

[suburban news and gossip. l &^MA^^\y<y^^W*y^ ■*' v' »•» ""^ 'w' v > IMTIDfI MEBffiIHITS- Tho Kpworth LenßUis met at tho homo of Mlhb IJsther Feather, in Urookland lark, Tuesday evening. After tho business nnd soclnl . meeting refreshments Hvere served. Mr. Rnymond Ivighlner gave several selections on tho plnno Thoso present wore Mlßses Ooldle Illcktns, llattle Wright, ttertha Harding and Esther Fcathor, and Messrs. Rnymond Mghtnor, Waiter Kldwull. H. Wright, L. C. Moore, Hache and others. Mlsn Mary Kersey has returned to her homo on North Averiuo, after a visit to friends In Hanover. Mr. O. C. l'ernonntte, of Rnltlmore, tad.; Is tho guont. of Mr. W. ti. Bummers and Mr. J. E. Schlsßler. Mr. W. Bldnoy Stalnn nnd wife, of New York, nro vlfltlnfi his mother, Mrs. 11, A. Stalan, of No. SIB lOast Ilyrd Btreet. Mrs. William Bprntley nnd daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. John Otis, have left for Shores, Va., to vlKlt Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reny. Mr. Hatcher Hollown...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

B COUNCIL OF MANCHESTER Must Increase Alemberslifp Under Constitution. TO CHANGE NAME ALSO Not Less than Fourteen Members of the Lower Branch — Dedication of Central Church To-Day— Elks. Funeral of Mr. Sharp, Manchester Bureau Timos-Dlspnleh, \ No. 1102 Hull Street, ] Under the Constitution the city of Manchester must provides Itself with at least two more meuibers of 'tho lower brunch of the Council, and In order' to do this a j-capportlonment will -be necessary, which also Is providod for In the Constitution in thnt portion creating the corporation Commission. At present the lower branch of the Council haa twelve members, three from each ward. The upper branch has eltfht, ■which covers tho provisions of tho law. Now the lower branch Is known as the City Assombly. Under the new laws It must be known as the Common Council. In order to provide for the minimum number of members for tho Common Council, fourteen, thero must be a reoppprtlpnment of tlio wards; two men 'must ho electod to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. By McVeigh & Ollnn, Real Estnto Auctioneers. A UCTION SALE NICE, DESIRABLE "OMB, NEAR CIUMBORASSO PARK, No. 415 N. 35th St., BETWEEN MARSHALL AND CLAY STREETS. At the request ot the owner, who Is anxious to sell, we will offer at uuctlon tho above properly, on the. premises, on MONDAY. MAY 18. 1903. Nt r, o'clock P. M. This flftle offers unusual Inducements to pnrtiea seeking either n homo or looking for an Investment. T.lio lot hns n frontage of 47 feel on tho east line of Thirty-fifth Street. The Improvements Consist of a comparatively new dwelling of seven rooms, Is In good repair, and Is now rented to a most excellent tenant fit jl'iO.OO per nnnutn. There Is a nice well of Rood water on the premises. As the owner Is determined lo sell, anyone wishing a good, safe Investment Khoiild be on hand to secure n bargain In this popular section of our city. TERMS-One-flfth cash, balance In rlx, twelve and eighteen months, t, per cent. Interest ndded to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

J" UEfC Minimum c> $jT M* rJ^\7*? < t^^^ « 25 Gents, m ffi T /fl W ® WORD. Cash In Advance Vi vv » »/" HELP WANTED— FEMALE. COPYING LETTERS AT HOME, J« PER 1 0(il paid weekly; notbln? to buy or pell;' no ennvn.-sing; «to4dy employment. HANDY CO.. 142 Nnwa.il Pt.nct, N. \. Wanted, lady to do sewing just outside cltv for one week; bonrd Included, Reply before 10 A. M., Mort- ACTIVE CATHbIiIC LADY TO TRAVEL nnd rolled Tor ninrnifnctnror; ?1S weekly to start. perniiinr-nl If satisfactory. JOHN ENGW.AMi. Lakeside Building, Chicago. $20 PER 1.000. PAID WF.KKLY, FOR copying letter-: nt home; no iiß.mes to supply' or envelopes to address! nothing tn b'iv. Addressed envelope for copy. PRACTICAL MFG. CO.. Newark. N. J. j7,\iTks~do plain sewFng at home. JS to $15. pnld weekly; material sent free even-where Send stamped envelou," for particulars. WEBER M'FO. CU., IS West M St., New York. LADY WANTED, $15 .WEEK LY; PERmanent. nrtlstlc employment at home; no experience neede...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

fIUE MINIMUM rv & T* WORDi Cash In Advance VrTr V • trit' ____ m _ mm HELP WANTED— FEMALE. :\VANTion. a noon liotjsfij maid, at onofi at m Gnßt Omco Btreet. BKRVANT WANTI3U; NICK. CLEAN «rlrl to rook iind a«slst -with lioiirc work; briiiK roforenqei ni.lo wnnt drf.SSMAKKH. Call MONDAY MORNING 7 S. Beech Street. HELP WANTED—MALE. ,(vANTi;n, ' ASSISTANT' RNTUY CLERK, lint] Boma oxpoiitinpn In the drug '"'"Incas. Atldrcas "CAROID." cam this of'fleo. iWANTBiJi, AN ENERGETIO ir^N WHO liiih ability and knowUidpo ... 1 keeping, solicit hUHlneds of morcatitlU house*; kooi] clianco for a live man. Allflress IBox 195, olty^ *M'"rJ~NKAT, ACTIVK, HONEST BOYS for Rodit fountain, Mny Fentlval and Lxposltlon. »roud-Ktreot Uall Park. Ariply to Mr. KENNKDY ftt stand, i o'clock Monday. GOVERNMENT P OSITION B-MORI3 than 13.000 appointments made last year; chances hotter for 1003, Examinations poon In every Htatn. Circular 188, BIVIntr full invrtlculnra "fl t<> imnltlo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 17 May 1903

fE FAREWELL OF BOSTOCK'S SHOW The Last Performance to Bo Given To-Alorrow Evening. Extensive preparations nre being made toy the management of tho Bostork Fhow to make Monday night a farewell per* formance never to bo forgotten. Tho high str.ndard that has boon maintained In every department has held tho entire confidence of tho puMJe, nnd It is deep reg Tot Hint n great many realizo that the show must leave It bis roally placed Itself In the minds of the pnqp c ns a fixed Institution. Not only havo tl o publlo derived Individual pleasure In a - tending tlie performances; t>«t throug 1 tho many iK-nt-nts Hint have taken pluce it has becomo quite a source of revenue ro mr n largn nu"«iber of charitable Institutions and others. Altogether thero lias been dispensed In this manner nearly si yon thousand dollars. In appreciation of the kindly Interest that has been shown. Director jKostoe.k has, therefore, decided to make Monday night's performance one never 1o r>o ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

THE TIMICB. FOUNDEt) 1888. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED 1850. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. "WASHINGTON, May 18.— Forecast for Virginia nnd North Carolina— Fnlr Tueaflay and Wednesday; light southwest to southerly winds. Tent<?rday wrfe of nlmofct summer heat ami clonr. At midnight the skies were overcast. BTATB OF THE THERMOMETER. B A. M 6(3 32 M SI B P. M KS 6 P. M SR 6 P. M 78 U midnight 09 Average V 7'/ 3 MINIATIjnE ALMANAC. May 19, 1003. Sun rises 4:50 HiriH TIDE. Bun pots 7.13 Morning 10:20 1-I'iuii r1»cH...12:3Q ICvenlng 11:03 RICHMOND. Dr. Kcrr's resignation accepted Will Open many Institutions for Christian w^irk • Boat contracts to bo extended Good roads for Ooochlaml — Pastor Walthall ftocoptß call Inspiring celebration of on-colilpjon on 11., V. nn<l P, »oarl, Injuring revp.ral Richmond peopk- Political pun "charters — linstocks' farewell performance — Opening of Carnlvali — SVicoti of Glffou Company bcKlns — Richmond man arrester], having ronf«-ssed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

fculng from the State-room wrro the causo of nnlvrrs.il enjoyment TTic pxprcl.'fs of the dny will opon nt 30 o'clock to-morrow morning, When, tmdir the auspices of tho Southern MoJnorltl Society, memorial serviros to Jefferr-nn David will bo Ticld. Tho ronvontlon will bo cnllcd to order fit 12 c'clocU by Cionornl Gordon. Comni«nder-In-Chlcf. There will he speechon or wolcotiw from the rtf.vernnr of I-nulKlnnn nnd various old soldiers. It Is not likely tiuit thr fexerclsM will eomprlsa much lip -find tl:o nililrcss of welcomf! nnd other hddrefiJies. The nftefnOoh s'ppion will jje called nt 3 o'clock and bo in pprploh nbout livo hours. •• TUX BATTLE ABBE*. A Tn«c'!iiitf of Uio trtlstoes oC tho Battle Abbey, wlilch will certainty be located in Hlithmonil, was held this evening. The Ireport of the treas>iror, Jucle" George L. Chrlstift-n, shows Iho Piim of ?l 4.o>i Bl* ready In hand. Of this JCO.COO has Imcn {paid tn by the osintf of Charles Broai - vnv Rona's. Fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

CARNIVAL IS NOW ON I Exhibition at Broad-Street IPark for Chlmborazo Hosp.ltal 'great variety of shows I Several Thousand People Yesterday Made the Rounds of tho Midway, and Even Moro Saw tho Free Exhibitions — Attractions. >i Amid a blaze of electric lights and tho 'familiar sights and souudM that recall Iho i direct carnivals of liiuo und l!i01, tho Heck 'Carnival Company opened a week's en'•fi'Kemont nt tho Broad Street I'ark yesterday, under tho auspices of the Chlin-loi.-izm Hospital Association and for that Object. Tho attendance on the opening might wnn very gratifying, conHlderlng [the number of rival attractions, llostock's ■ closing night und the presentation of iit- ! tractive bills at the two theatres. Several thousand people were on the carjnlvul grounds during Iho duy and uvcininfc,', and various hliowh that compose ,the Midway did a very fair opening ' right's bUHlneßs. The Hock Company arrived here yesterday from Lynchburg, where It has Just closed a succo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch fttblislKvi P.iily a«d 'Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. fifltefed Janunry 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., as SecondClass Matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold at 2 rents n, copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Bold nt fi cents ft copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mail— BO cents a month ; $5.00 a ywir, $2.50 for six months ; $1.50 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n .vonr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, inclinliuj- Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier, f> routs per woek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.0(1 year. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not l>c returned unless ftceompanlefl. by Btamps. Uptown Odicn at T. A. Miller's, No. Cl 9 East Broad Street. TTJJSSDAY. MAT 19, 1908, A CHILD'S nO^EMENTS. One of tho encouraging elfins of the times la the work that Is being done In the Btudy of chid llfo. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

POLITICAL SITUATION 1 Presidential Candidates tho [ Theme In Washington. (CLEVELAND IN THE RACE / £omo Are Sure He is, and Others Aro Equally Certain that He Has No Dosiro to Again Lead tho Democracy, < t rl The Times-Dispatch Huroau, No. 1417 O fe'treet, N. W.. Washington, D. O.j May 17th. Kepresentatlve Muynard probably expressed tho keynoto of polltlcul uontlment In tho Democratic party as to the campaign for luol when. Rpenking to Tho Tlincii-lJlHputch ebrroßpondent, !io said: "I btllove tho most avallablo muu »nd tho ono townrd whom tho majority of Ucrnocrats nru looking Is Judgo Alton H. l'arker, of Now York. I uni for him 00Ciiusu I bcllovo ho can enrry Now York. ■Whero others could not, and I bellflve Now Yolk's vota to bo absolutely essential to Uwmocrntlc huccc-.is In l'Jul. As tot the Jjiliitiorm. I bellovo it should ndvocato Ibouinl monoy, null-trust leglHlatlon and tat lit reform. On such a plntform and vlth the right man, I bollevo tho Demo- ' cratlc party w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

B KNOCKED OFF THE DREDGE Blow from Wire Cable Causes Alan to Drown. STUART IN PETERSBURG Over Two Thousand People Go to Hear Him • Col. Burgwyn to Dredge the Appomattox — Narrow Escape from Death. (Bptulnl to The Tlmci-Plipatcli.) PETEKSHUHG. VA., May 18.-J. Bnnner, colored, was knocked from a dredge at the ship yards In this city this afternoon anj drowned. The men wero engaged In hoisting a boiler Into thedredge, now nenrlng completion. The wire cable broke, and the boiler fell, to tho bottom of tho dr,edge. The broken oable struck Ronnor, throwing him Into tho river. The blow Is supposed to have dazed him. No damaga was done to the dredge or boiler. The Stocltdell-Myers Hardwire Company will build a. warehouse on Perry Street, to be used In connection with their business. The bids for building th«> hotel nt Syenmoro and East Tabb Streets, In this city, will be opened thlß week and tho contract awarded. DRBDGE THE APPOMATTOX. Colonel C. P. D. Durgwyn will begin this wee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 May 1903

WASHITWITH NAIL FULLER Mr. Reid Released from Jail on Bond. INFANTRY ASSOCIATION The Wilmington Lfght Infantry to Celebrate Its Semi-Centennial on Mecklenburg Declaration Day. ..(Special to Tbft Tliiu'ii-lilkjim t.-li. ) ■WILMINGTON, N. C, May 18.— Mr. O. S. Reid, of Chadbaccou, tho prominent trucker and business man, who last WednfcFday shot and bo seriously woundod Chester Edmonds, la In Wilmington, having been released from Whltovlllo Jail on bond. Ho Is hero arranging for courmel to defend him. Mr. Reid claims nolf-do-li'iuii-. Ho said both Edmonds and hIN liiulher Jumped on him, and ono of them ' dealt him a terriblo blow with mi iron mil puller. lit- was forced to shoot to save his llfo. Mr. J. O. Reid, of Norfolk, brother of O. S. Held, Is here. Edmonds, the wounded man. Is In tha hospital hero. It 1h now believed that he has a chunco for recovery. The thirty-eighth annual reunion of the Third North Carolina Infantry Association, tho oldest veterans' organization on cither Hl...

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