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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

E (Continued From Sixth Pago.) Church, the R?|,v. Dr. W. R. L. Smith officiating1, Tho bride will be attended by her maid of honor. Miss Edna Blanton, and by Miss Abby Gwathmoy. Miss Rosa Smith, Miss Grace Phillips and Miau Aramlnta Bmlth. ', ' Tho best mnln will bo Mr. Llewellyn McVoIgh: tho ushere Mr. Roy Chlldroy, Mr. Henry Ornnt, Mr, L N. Vaughan, - Mr J. J. Pollard. Mr. Lowndcs Phlppen, Mr. W. E. Crawford, Mr, William latearnos and Mr. T. Francis Green. Mver?Dallmaii. Mr. and 'Kris. Joseph Dallman have issued invitations for' the marriage of their daughter. Miss Maud Dallman, to Mr. Jacob Myer. Tho ceromony will take place Tuesday evening, April 21st, at 0 o'clock, in tho parlors of tho Jefferson Club. The Dramatic Club. The salo of seats for tho performance of "Charley's Aunt" has been quito un? precedented. Tho Dramatic Club of the University ot Virginia may well feel proud of tho enthusiasm which the an? nouncement of their coming hiu? created among tho University alumni, th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

NORFOLK JOCIETY. Attention of Socloty Given to ft> Preparations for Easter. THE YALE-VIRGINIA CAME Norfolk Will be Gay After Easter. In Fact, Il Wants to be Gay Now. The Gamo of Saturday Provided the Awaited Opportunity. I (Special to '??? Timoe-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK. April U.-Soclnl affairs of all kinds that wero not imperative have been deferred till after Easier. Nothing was dono this week that could, bo avoided. The whole attention of all of tho mem? bers'of socloty has been absorbed In the preparations for Easter and the succeed? ing gnyotles for which Lent has been an invitation and has furnished tho varied ontlcemonts of privation and preparation. Norfolk society will be gay nftor Easter. Many of its members aro captor to be gay now. They will accept tho occasion of tho visit of tho teams of base-ball men . hero from tho universities of Yale nnd Virginia to force the season. That Ramo took place hero to-day and tho members ' of the teams and their frlonds wero not allowed any...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

TO SPEAK IN STAUNTON William Jennings Bryan Wll. Be Heard on Tuesday. MANY NEW PUILDINGS The Capacity of the Local Contractors ' Seems to Be Completely Exhausted and Staunton Is No* Drawing on Oharlottesvllle? (BpccUl.to Th? Tlmet-DUpsteh.} 8TAUNT0N, VA-, April tL-On Tuesday next the Hon. William Jennings Bryan will deliver a leotare at the West Main Street Auditorium,, hie subject bolng, "A Conquering Nation." Excursions will be run from Harrlsonburg, Clifton Forge. Oharlottesvllle and others points, am? U Is expected that the Auditorium, which has a seating capacity ot about LGOO, will he Inadequate to hold the. large crowd that will be present. A great deal of building and Improve? ment is going on In Staunton now, and a number of business'and residence prop? erties are being erected, "The capacity of the local contractors seem? to be com? pletely exhausted, and they are unable to malee bids on many of the new build? ings. Staunton U now drawing upon Char lottesvllle, Clifton For...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Public Not So Easily Fooled as One Alight Imagine. ALLEGED COFFEE LOSSES Lewisohn Brothers Laugh and Hold on to Their Berries?Maxwell Evarls, a Lawyer, Who Knows the Low. Guggenheimer No Candidate By JOHN MARTHOL. JSrednl to Tlio Ttmes-IllspstctiJ NEW Y?R1C. April 11.?Mr. J, P. Mor? gan In regard to "undigested securities" has set the financial writers nt work at a furious puce. Thoro is nothing new or novel In this /statement except that It has boon uttered by Mr. Morgan. ,Tho readers of this column are familiar with the facts. I have repeatedly called at? tention to tho operations of tho certi? ficate mill, Its overproduction, the money . locked up by promoters and underwriters in thoir attempt to float the shares nnd of the attltudo of tho public In roiatlon to them. When Mr. Morgan speaks ot undigested securities ho reflects on the stomach ot the general public. In that ho is wrong, The public Is not suffering from "having bitten , oft more than It can chow,...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

AN ADMIRER OF JACKSON Lieut.-Col. Henderson. Author o? "Stonewall Jackson.0 ? SPOTLESS OFFICER Was Stainless part In the Patchwork of Human Life?Tribute of Dr. J. P. Smith, Whom He Once Visited. ^Editor of The Tlmes-Dltspatchi Sir,?I have tho ploaeuro to enclose to you the following* notice of tho late Colo? nel O. V. R. Henderson, of tho British army, taken from,,the London Times. of Marcii 13lh. Perhaps there Is no ono outside of this coun? try to whom tho States of tho South , em Confederacy and the veterans of the Confederato armies aro as much lndcbtod as ' they are to Colonol Hendersqn. An English army ?officer and a professor In a military school, ho gavo the character and military careor of Stonowall Jack? son, anil his campaigns, a study and de? scription boyond anything that has boen ?ttomptod In this country. And his ap? preciation of the character and spirit of the Confederato soldler in tho ranks Is just and truthful. His great book j -"Stonowall Jackson" Is a monument ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THE LIVES OF THE OWLS They Keep Ceaseless Vigil By the Railroad Track, HAVE MANY EXPERIENCES Ingenious Schemes to Secure Map Without Being Found Out?Some Very Strange Things Are Now Related. ?> (By W. M. Bickers.) Passengers on.night trains cannot have ?alled to notice tlie frequent passing of Signal lights. The switch to every side? track ha* an Indicator, and If the signal Is white the onglneman of the on-rushing train knows that the main line is clear. Jf the "bull's-oyo" la rod tho significance is that the switch 1b net to.the side-traok. This Is a wise precaution, and these elg '; hale are provided at every siding, Includ? ing the little "blind sidings" remote from telegraph offices and used for loading lumber, eto, In tho earlier days of rail? roading the englnemen had to take long chances on those many switches being ?et right, for thpre wore no signals pro? vided with the "stub switches," and If a train UBlng any passlng-sldlng or load? ing-siding failed to chango tho swi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

BANK EXHIBIT OF NEW YORK Increase Shown in Circula? tion and Reserves. STATE OF MONEY MARKET Rate on Prim? Mercantile Paper 6 I 2 and ? Percenti?Sterling Exchange Steady?Receipts of Cotton Light-Wheat Pit Lively. (Dy Associated Pros?.) NEW YORK, April 11-MONEY.?Prime mor cantilo paper, GV4?6 per cent. Ster? ling exchango steady with actual business In bankers' bills at $?.?6.026??!,86.76 for do? rnend and at $4.83.60?4.83.75 for sixty day bills; posted ratos, W.84W and l*.87'/6; com? mercial bills, $4.8!4%?4.S3%. Mar silver, 40%; Moxlcan dollars, llS'/j. W13?KLY BANK STATEMENT. NOW York, April 11.?Tho statement of Averages of tho cloaring-houso banks of tills city for tho week shows: J Loans, $'J0G.770,riO0; decrease, $1,030,400. Deposits, $884.830.800; decrease, $3.931,600. Circulation, $43,120.400; Increase, $105,700. Legal-tenders, $05,1101,300; aecreose, $180, WO. Specie, 168,954,700; Increase, $808,600. Reserves, $224,048,00; increase, $027,000. Reserve required $221,307,700; d...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

Tho New Robes alUnder-Prices, mostly imported and gotten up as the handaomest of all dresses. Several lots that are exquisite models have come to us for less than their cost. $35 and S40 Viole Robes for $25. $15 Linen Robes for $10. COHEN'S ENORMOUS PRICE-HELP. "glTREAMS of merchandise that puss the danger line of security. In many cases ? The Sale is Regardless of Values. . 1????? A Store Full of Temptation. Hun c?reds of packages of the newest, best goods crowd the store, matchless and below the level of all ordinary expectations. The Cohen Kid Gloves are among the good things of the store, The trial time for these gloves is a thing of years past. THEY ARE SURE PERFECTION, The Prices? 59c, $1 and $1.50. All shades, sizes and kinds. Made Garments,^ t?rFoie^ound. The many Spring Garments that have served their purpose?for instance Tailor-Made Ladies' Suits are reduced one-third, and a $1.50 Shirt Waist-is given with the sale of every Suit free. The entire second'floor is devoted to ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ^M?^M^S:\& |. WHOLE. NUMBER, 16.213. . RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, AriUL 12, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMMARY OF JAY'S NEWS ? ? ?- ' THE WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON', Awrll 11.-Forecast for Bunday.and Monday: Virginia? Itnih and warmer In north, generally fair In south portions?, Mon? day fair, coolor; ?rcah south winds be? coming variable. North Carolina? Generally fnlr. Sunday ?rid Monday, cooler Monday, (rosh south wlnda becoming variable. Despilo a slight sprinkling of rain yes? terday woe a fairly comfortable day. Tho ?weather prophoL docs not think that to? day??uetor Sunday?will bo altogether a protty one In some portions rain wilt fall, and In othore It will tic fair. A lower temporaturo is expected to prevail ?Monday, STATO OF TUB THERMOMETER. ? A. M.'..,..I. ? ?2 M.i.i?... ?? P. M. . 04 P. AI..00 P. M.. 62 midnight.03' . Avorago.CO?-G Hi?hest lemperatiiro' yesterday.'. M lowest, temporaturo yesterday.'.. CO Mean temperature yesterday.f>7 Normal temperaturo for An...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

i ?tump ;epMkln? nnfl Joint dlseusclons ; wer? In vojrun thr-n more generally than ? .they havo ever been since, but the fight ?row so hot that these discussions had to ot? abandoned lest they end In a fr*a BrM. General Lee, Mr. Mnssoy, Mr. /.? Avers, Judge Btaple?, General Hunton, Senator Daniel and many others were Jn the thick of tho frsy for tho Demo? crats, whllo Mr. Wise; tho lat6 John Falli, .Ih? late H', t?, Rlddleberger, and others . ver* powers on the hustings for the . eoalltlott ticket, as 11 was known. After ? most exciting campaign the Domo '? wfttio candidates wero elected nnd tho tower o? the neadjuster party was broken. FTRST IN THE FIELD. Mr. 'Ayors Is first In tho field for tho nomination next time. It will ho made, ? by primary elootlon for tho first time. i nnd tho Indications aro that there will ... ho several candidates In tiio floh!. This -, will mean an old fashioned sttimp cam? paign, hut one conducted on a high piano. The announcement of his candi? dacy by...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

NO VOTE ON TAX BILL Call of House* Was Really Threatened. MR. BOAZ WINS OUT Conducts Winning Filibuster Fight Against Tonnage Tax Measure? Bill Offered?No Sas ' ' slon of Senate? ( There wen no session of the Sonato yesterday, nnd but for a filibuster fight in tho House on tho .tonnage tax bill there would be nothing of a legisla? tive nature to relate to tho public out , Of tho day's proceedings. ? Mr, Boaz, ' chairman'of tho Finance Committee'of tho House, aided by Mr. Jennings, of Lynchburg, and others, conducted a great fight against taking a voto on tho tonnage tax bill, and In tho end they won out. It was'not by forco of nurn ? hors, however, but on acotint of conces? sions made by tho Southwest people, who had the votes present, but who de? clined. to press" tho Issilo In the face of such strenuous opposition. Thorn was ordored at one timo a oall ? of tho Mouse, but It was Withdrawn and tho bill was fixed as a special order for Wednesday next at 12:30. The House at the end of...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

MAPLE SUGAR INDUSTRY IN THE MOUNTAINS OF VIRGINIA. GATHERING THE SAP TYPICAL SUGAR CAMP. (Sprdiil to Tbo Tlmos-Dispotcli.) " .. MONTEREY,:V?., April U.-JTho reck? less and merciless destruction of valuable timbers is the lament of the present gene-, ration and tho shamo of the past, and por ifaps ,110 variety has suffered more' than, tho silgar maplo. To account for this our forefathers would dotiljtl-.ss'nsslBr. various; reasons. For instance, there Is ' nothing . thoro uncertain, ' Indefinite or unsatlsfac . tory tl?Ai) the stignr season;ithe ground oc oupled'ltSl stigar-mapies is generally rich, lino, grass land much, morn productivo ? when the timber Is removed, and, In ante? bellum days, when winters wore "old fashioned," and hay-malting ?methods ' were likewise primitivo and laborious, f'i ''browsing" the citilo was an expedient to which many a farmer .'was driven,' and the sugar-mnplo wn.l fount! to tie tho' most palatable and heneo' most profitable:' During Uie closing weclt...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

light Sales ? IN DANVILLE ?* ._? ?. Quality of Goods Offerred in Market Hasn't Improved. BARNS ARE BEING EMPTIED eolith Boston Reports Larger Receipts and All Day Sales?At Farmvllle tho Offerings Have Been Light. Ool. Cunningham's Scheme. (Special to Tlie Times-Dispatch.) DANVILLE, VA., April 11.?The past week has beon very dull on tho tobacco markets, and with tho exception of Fri? day's sales, whloh wero heavy on, ac? count of a largo number o? wagons coming Into tho city, tho, salos havo boon light and lusted only a tew hours in tho forenoon. Tho buying has boon listless, with but very llttlo activity. Tho ' quality of tho weed eflorec? has not Im? proved, and there Is not much, demand ior tho nondescript offerings that are? now coming Un. It Is not thought that sales w"l Improve,, as nearly all of tho tobacco of tho nearby markets has been sold. There has been no matorial chango !n the prices on account Of the charac ?:1:P. ' quite a blow for us to say that in our Matting, Carpe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THE LIQUOR LICENSES Matter to Crop Up This Week In Two Distinct Places. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN Liquor Men lo Make a Request of That Body?Question of Transfers Also to Be a Very Live Issue. The liquor license question will break out afresh this week In two diff?rant and dlatlnot places In the municipal government, and It is hoped that the matter will be settled for good and all by tho next regular meeting of the Common Council,' a month hence. Mon? day night the Committee on Finance will Investigate tho numerous Individual ?ipllcailons for a decrease and Tues? day night tho subject will bo broached . In the Board of Aldermen, when It is ; possible that an effort will bo made to . have the entire question recommitted, TO PASS ON EACH. As has been stated upon a number of occasions, tho Finance Committee, will have to pass upon each application for a decrease in llconse sepnrately.'and Mah petitioner or his counsel will be ?fforeded ample opportunity to cito rea? sons why a reduction sho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

Striking men ? of the day HON. DE WITT CLINTON FLANAGAN. Ex-Congressman Flanagan, of New Jersey, Con ] fident of the Nomination of Judge Parker for President. ??In ?BW YORK. April 31.?Ex-Congress wan Do Witt Clinton Flanagan, of New Jersey, a recognized leader among tho democrats, of the East, Is enthusiostlcal ?f In favor of the selection of Judge ?arker as tho nominee o? the Democratic . jarty next year. j"I believe," he said to-day, "that In !ho Chief Justice of. tho Court of Ap 70,'ils ot New York tho party has thev ?lcal leader who would poll every Dem? ocratic vote, and, in addition, draw unto himself the Independent, ?voto In over? Uato In the Union, thereby running his majority or plurality, into phenomenal proportions. As a candidate, Judge Parker would bo unassailable No one ?rho valued his own character would von Vire to throw the least aspersion upon ihat of the man. who, by the overwholm iig vote of his fellow citizens, breaking lown party lines, holds one of the very, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

CAROLINA MIGA MINE Largest In the World Said to Be In Rutherford County. WAS PREVIOUSLY WORKED All the Largo Mines fn the Mica Belt Show Evidences of Having Been Worked by Some Unknown Set? tlers, Probably Prehistoric. (Special te Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch,) . RUTHERFORD-TON. N. C? April 11.? Perhaps It is not known, npvartholeas it ??Is a fact, Rutherford county has the largest mica mino In tho United Stntos. This mino is situated two and one-half miles north/of Ruthorfordton, in Ruthor ford county, N. C, on the Southern Rail? road and is known as Islng-glass Hill from the fact that it Is a hill of mica. The mine has never been supposed ?to be of value, as there was no demand for etained mica until recent years, although it has been worked by some unknown y people many years ago, as mines in 'Mitchell, Yancoy and other counties in North Carolina havo beon. In fact, all the large mines in the mica bolt have >een wortfe'd by these unknowns to some ixtent. It. Is supposed by some that thi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

THE INLAND WATERWAY The enterprise Meets With Espec?a? Favor Along Coast VISIT TO THE COAST CITIES Engineers and Congressional Repre? sentatives of the Coast District? dr? Enthusiastically Favorable ? to the Scheme. Special to The Timet-'DUpatch,) - NORFOLK, VA., April ll?T^he inland waterway project has been unanimously endorsed by representative business men of the South Atlantic coast cities, and? Mr, W. H, Lumsileh, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of Norfolk, re ' ported this morning that tho enterprise" meets with especial favor along the coast. _ '???;; '?. lion. John F. Small, member of Con grosB from the First Congressional Bis* trlot of North Carolina; Mr. C. H. For? rest, secretary of the Merchants' and' ' Manufecturers' Association, of Baltimore, and Mr. Lumsden have been for two. weeks past visiting the cities most Inter? ested, and Mr, Lumsden has but Just got home. The gentlemen, upon the sug? gestion of Colonel p. C. Haines, chief United States engineer, who is i...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

At theThe&tres. The Academy.?Academy Musical Com ?dy Company In "Tho Girl From Paris," ivcry night, with usimi matinees, ex? cept Saturday. Saturday night?Havor \y's Minstrels. ? Bijou.?"Rip Vnn Winkle" Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday, with special tnatlneo Easter Monday. "Across The Pucltlc," Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, with matinee on Thursday. iThe Academy Muiicnl Comedy Company will present this week, beglnnnlng on Monday night and closing tho engage? ment on Friday night, "The Girl From Farla." Tho company will go next Sat? urday to Norfolk for a two-weeks' en? gagement before settling down for tho summer season at tho Academy In this City. "Tho Geisha," and the "Bollo of New York" will bo presented on the re? turn of the company, and It Is more than possible that the organization will mako at least ono Incursion Into tho Held of grand opera, and will bo seen hero some time during tho season In "Cavalleria Rusticana," an opera that Mr. Giften has been asked to produce In v...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

I-MOnJ? AUCTION eAL?-MONt?AV, fr-irr.'.-??????- ? ? nii~-yti?????a By ?, W. Bow*, Bial Bst?ts AuotlohMf. T' HU?TBB'B AUdTtpN BALE ?F TUB FARM OF 2601 ACRES KNOWN. A? "eWEBNlOY'B.'? ADJOIN? IMcTctJRL'? NECK PLANTATION, IN HBNRlCO COUNTY, . . ?? pursuance of a deed ?f trust from Martha F. Smith, t? the. Undersigned, dated May ?, 1880, of record In.D. ti. IM, Mie 4(8, Henrlco county clerk's office, and by authority of a d*croe, of the Chancery Court of the City of Richmond, entered March 6, 1903, In the suit of Cox, Administrator, &o? VS. Cox, Exe? cutor, Ac, beine reoulr?d to do so by ?iaid decreo, I will sell at public auction, ? front of Henrlco County Courthouse, At 12 o'clock M? on MONDAY, APRIL 18, MOtf that being the first day of tho April term of Ine county Court, that well known farm or traot of land In the tower . end of Henrlco county, about 12 miles below Richmond, called "BWEBNBY'B," and containing 230'A acres, more or less, situated on the Charles City Road, ad? joini...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 April 1903

A Li? \A ONE GENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARM: 26 Cents, Cash In Advance TTT THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO QREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHAME 25 0onl$9 Cash In Afanes ONE CENT A WORD. . HELP, WANTED?FEMALE, WANTED, FlttBT-CLABS HOUSD OlRL With reference. 1001 East Marshall St. WANTED, A YOUNG LADY ST13NOG RAPHBR-anrt ROOK-KEEPER. Ad? dress P* O. Box 471. WANTED, A SERVANT, TO DO OEN ernl housework and assist In oooklng. Apply 408 East Clay, WANTED, A ? REFINED YOUNG (whltol WOMAN, not under 26, as nurse for Infant; references required, Ad? dress Mrs. WM. SLOANE, South Nor? folk, Va. ? .WOMEN TO DO SEWING ON SPECIAL^ ties, $4 per 100; can make six an hour; 'material sent iroe, prepaid. Send en? velope for particulars nnd testimonials from our workers. Madam DU PONT, Dept. ?. 100, Ninth St., Philadelphia. Pa. $5 PER HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING envelopes; send dime and stamp for material and Instructions. Steady work. C. E. MILLER, Ely Bldg., Chicago. WANTED. A FIRST-CIjASS, EXPE...

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