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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By J. B. Klnm A Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. pUB LIC AUCTION SALE OF A VALUABLE CORNER LOT, 42 6-12X179 9-12 FEET AT THF, SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF FLOYD AVENUE AND STRAWBERRY ST. By the rortuest of the owner, and for the purpose nf changing the Investment, We shall sell by public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY NEXT, MAY 11, 1903, AT ? O'CLOCK P. M., that attractively locnted and valuable CORNER LOT. fronting 42 feet fi Inches on the South side of Floyd Avenue at Its Intersection with tho cast lino of Btraw horry Street, nnd having a depth of 179 feet ? Inches on Strawberry Street. TERMB-Exlra liberal and at sale. J. B. FLAM & CO., May 6-tds Auctioneers. By Wm. 8. PiMlnl Company, Real Estate Auctioneers, Tenth and Batik Streets. AUCTION BALE OF ? DESIRABLE DETACHED FRAME DWELLING ON BOWLING GREEN ROAD (TUR EXTENSION OF SEVENTEENTH STREET), NEAR C. ft O, 8110 PS AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. By virtue of n, certain deed of trust dated April 26, 1900, nnd recorded I...

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. — 10 May 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Seats, Cash in Advance rS~ THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED. ?'COOK." FOR FAMILY OF Six. 2200 East Brond Street. WANTED AT 1? SOUTH THIRD Street, a'GIRI., for penerai help; clean* lngr principally. WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, CAPABLE nf performing house work. Address, with reference?, GOOD HOME, care this oDffico. COPYING LETTERS AT HOME, $25 PER 1,000. paid weekly; nothing to buy or sell: no canvassing; slculy ??mployincnt. handy CO.. i? Nassau Street, N. l. GOOD TNCOME GUARANTEED FROM homework. Information nnd 70 sccreis for 10c. F. ROYAL, 120 La Salle Ar nil?', Chicago. WANTED. A YOUNG MAN UNDER 30 with about $1W to learn nnd assist hi attractive work. Right mnn can mnko $15 to $30 a week. Address D. S., enro this office. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS PRIMARY teacher for private school. Address, with references, TEACHER, Box 4". wXntedT plain; neat writer, C0)>y letters home; $12 weekly; send self...

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. — 10 May 1903

HEROES ARE REMEMBERED Oakwood Memorial Day Fitly Celebrated. F1T2 LEE'S FINE SPEECH Tender Tribute to the Brave Men Who Fell in a Sacred Cause?Graves Strewn With Flowers by Fair Women?Fine ??e??? Fanned by (he gentle hreeies ot the fcpr?ng-tlme, Inspired by tho soft strains 01 martial music and In the presence of o vast throng of fair women and bravo men delicato hands scattered beautiful llowers Upon Um Braves of the Confed? erate dead who sleep In beautiful Oak .-woixi yesterday afternoon. General FlUllUgh Lee was orator of the fifty", nnd he inailo a speech full of pathos olid eloquence, which stirred his hear? ers to tho highest pitch of enthusiasm; In the open space In front were a hun? dred veterans from the Boldlers' Home, ?and behind them sat members of Lee and J'l'kclt Camps, Tho stand on which the exercises wore held wa? appropriately decorated, and In iiont of tbo orator WM u bcnutifiil T/renth of rose?, seni by the Hollywood ?M'-morlnl Association. The Uno of march Forme...

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. — 10 May 1903

NEW CHURCH; MANCHESTER Dedication of Contra! Metho? dist Church Next Sunday. SHORT SKETCH OF CHURCH Funerai Of Miss Clopton?Big Enter? tainment for West Point Sufferers Under Auspices of the Olympia Club?Notes and Gossip. Mnnchcstcr Bureau TImos.DIspateh,l No. 1102 Hull Street. J On next Sunday the new Central Meth? odist Church will be dedicated nnd open? ed for service. Bishop John C. Grnn bery will preach the dedicatory sermon, and' assist In conducting the service. This church is ono of the oldest In tho city. It wns (darted away buck In colonial days, when Manchester was a mere speck on tho map, nnd when Rich; mond was hardly more than a village. In the course of time, through the grnco of the Redeemer nnd thn constant work of those Interested, tho church grew, until to-day It is ono of the fac? tors In the Ufo of the city, nnd its In? fluence is far-reaching nnd substantial; From a one-story structure, ktiown ns the Finnic Church, In 1799, It made ? good showing In 1M7, when t...

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. — 10 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THREE SECTIONS ,'d,?'?&???????? I WH0LE NUMBER, 16,231. THE KICIEVIOND, VA.. SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS. J?UD CBcllDcBQDDcm?aCEDD? ?f UUra G?k?ra??l uDd? IBqdep i r.\,j?imr.V/y>JI>1Jr*?W)!?E19JJ\r'-J-'../"

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. — 10 May 1903

BLUFFI 1862 Mr. E. ?. Howie Gives His Recollections of the Day. AVrlO WAS IN COMMAND? He Says that a Naval Officer, Not Mnj. Drewry, Was?Details of the Fight With the Federal Ironclads. Incidents and Personals, Etc. {Editor of The Tlmes-Dlspatch: Owing to the great "Pawnee scare" in ftSGl, It became very plain to the authori? ties al Richmond that thero would have %o be some sort of dofcnslvo works placed on the shores of tho James River below Mie city to prevent tho vessels of the ?Federal nnvy from coming up tlio river Bnd menacing tho State and Confederato States capitals, which were then wholly Et. the mercy of nny armed vessel that might ??? sent against It. After enreful consideration tho bluff on-tho rl'er nt Drewry's farm was se? lected as the most suitable place. Just ii?fb' there Is a tieiid In tho rlvor, which is ycry narrow at that point, and tho faill?t" on the south side rises almost per? pendicularly about seventy-flvo foot high, making It very much Ulto Gibraltar, In...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

Wise County?Its Great Wealth and Its Qreat Need Great Transformai ion That Has Come in the Last Dozen Years. ; Out on Virginia's western border bound? ed by the blue rangos of tho Cumberland that throw their morning shadows nth wart tho Kentucky line, lies the county of Wise, one of tho youngest and at the same time the most rapidly growing and prospectlvcly ono ot tho most Important in tho State. First, a part of Washing? ton county, afterwards of Russell and Lee, It was organized as tho county ot , Wise In 1866, only live years before the ; outbreak of the Civil War and named In ' honor of Henry A. Wise, the Oovernor of 'Virginia?the soldlor-statesmnn, whose ashes repose In beautiful Hollywood. In my boyhood days. I used to hear the soldiers who followed Olltner and Marshall and who skirmished with Gen ; eral Oarfield around Pound Gap, speak ' of Wise county as ono of tho poorest spots upon Ood's fool-stool and G have beard them Bay that they didn't seo how the few mountalncor? th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

? By WAL MURRA Y ORA YDON Q Copyright, 1003. CIIAPTEK I, THE NANA'S GUEST. "One might be In the heart of the Tcral, from the looks of this bit of coun? try. It's uneommonly wild and lonely. You are suro you know Just where we aro, Spanish?" "I ought to, strj I was quartered In the neighborhood for seven years. Yon? der river, the Jarroo, flows Into the Ganges eight miles above Cawnpore. We have fifteen miles yet to go." ?Then we nre some place In the vicin? ity or Blthoor, tho residence of tho Nana Sahib?" ?li ls about two leagues distant, sir.' "So far us that? If It was nearer I should be tempted to Invite myself to tiffin with his highness tho Nana?thoy tell me at Cawnpore that ho ls noted for his hospitality to the English! Bow Infernally warm It is, Spanish] I think we'll, stop for a while, nnd seek what comfort we cnn find, until the day gotti a little cooler." With that, Lieutenant John Pan?, com? monly called Jack, checked his horse and swung lightly out o? tho saddle to the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

SUCCESS OP A RICHMOND BOYAS A SCULPTOR. H. Augustus Lukeman, Born in This City, Has Achieved Success in the Artworld in the Great City of New York. In the dismal days after Appomattox a boy wan born In Richmond. Recon? struction, tho ever-present spectre which made the birth of a son In tho South at that time seem almost a calamity, shad? owed hie advent, Tho flerco dayB of war, disaster, defeat and despair wero hounding his jiarents from the home they loved. His mother, a Curtis, nnd the daughter of a Tucker, liad been educated In Europe. His fath? er, who had mot his Virginia wife when a. student of tho University, was a nativo of Germany. Coosmopolitnn In their tastes, llil? young couple souKht rehabi? litation In New York, And so It chanced that their son, II. Augustus Lukcmnn, tl.o sculptor, who Is winning an enviable placo among American artists, had early op? portunities to learn the use ot eyes and hands like thoso now given the children of Richmond In kindergartens and trai...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

CARE FOR YOUR EYES AND PRESERVE BEAUTY ?? They Redeem a Plain Face if Clear and Bright and En? hance Charm of a Beau? tiful One?Too Much Care Cannot be Be stored Upon Them. Considering how all Important th?A eyes are to good looks. It Is surprising how they nre neglected nnd even ill treated. A pair of line eyes will redocin an other? wise plain face, and a girl possessed of them and a good complexion may easily consider herself a beauty. Eye?, to bo beautiful, must be bright, clear and of good color. Not only la good health essential to this condition, but pood care of the eyes themselves, On awakening In tho morning tho oyes fhould not be exposed suddenly to a bright light. A few moments should bo allowed to elapso to accustom them to tho hnlf-llght of the bed-room beforo drawing up tho blinds and admitting the full light of day, Too much sloep and too little sleep oro alike Injurious to tho eyes, tho former uoblllattnR them through the prolonged Inaction In which it keeps them; t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

fashion Hints for the Girl With Limited Income. ? The now openwor? laoe front, with tho striped inser tion in the sleeves, is an evidence of how favored trans? parent ideas are in the new style. The stylo belt is of braid, with the tassel front. Ostrich trimmed, Tuscan braid hats and soft lace insertion parasols conspire to make new and beautiful effects. A mercerized linen waist in blue, with straps topped with pearl buttons. Tbe guimpe ia transparent, of "Yene tian lace, Tho hair te combed in the low stylo,? Is a waist of white pongee, with big pearl buttons, em? broidered medallions, Note the hair net. The tailored lias rough straw brim. A SYNDICATE RAIN-PROOF COAT. These twill covert garments in grays and tans, with their natty collars and capes, buttoned pocket, are just the right thing for traveling and wet weather -wear. Tiey. are really rain proof. Vj Give the girl whose limited Income forces her to dress by her wits a half dozen shirt waists, and then Juet watch the result ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. Por the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. What Was Donc Last Week In This World of Ours History-making Events in All Lines of Activity. Brief, Classified, Complete, to Date. A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. J???ierica?i J?ffairs, CLEVELAND BOOM GROWING. Since tho public appearance of ex> l'resldent Cleveland at the St. Ixmls Fair dedication, where his reception assumed the proportions of a popular demonstra? tion of friendliness nnd respect, many signs In mnny quarters havo Indicated the rapid development of his boom for tho Democratic presidential nomination lor a third term. These nre especially notatile In the Ehst and South, notwith? standing frantic efforts ot the Bryan fol? lowing to head off the movement. For Instance, In Pennsylvania, more than 10, 000 Democrats havo signed their names to a demand" for Cleveland's nomlnaton. MORE LOCAL EJECTIONS The Baltlmoro municipal elections on Tuesday, which att...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

A COSTLY PLEASURE Duke of Buccleugh to bo Host of Royalty. KING EDWARD'S JESTER Marquis deSoveral, Portuguese Minister at the Court of St. James Haa Earned Thla Title?He and the King Inseparable. BY PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to The Tlmee-Dlspatoh, Copyright, 19(0.) LONDON, May D.-Ths King -will hardly have landed on British soil once more af? ter his visits to the French, Italian and Portugese capitals when ho will liave to fo to Scotland's ancient capital, Erjln urgh, to hold l?veos, and courts at Holy rood Castle and otherwise malee glad the hearts of Auld Reekie's burgesses. His Majesty will, stay at Dalkelth Pal acu, the millionaire Duke of Buccleuch's place near tho olty, Tho expenditure Involved on hosts In en? tertaining royalty In always Increased when tho rrislt la connected with a staUe entry to an adjacent city. The Duke of Buo?louth'e expense In put? ting Dalkelth Palace at their Majesty's disposal may bo gauged from the fact that botween thirty and forty rooms of the...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

EWRY JAMES' ??G? BETTE J. r sur E'S 1 I A Tar-Heel Baron?At the Time Appointed?Why My Photographs Are Bad? The Land of Nome?How to Keep Household Ac? counts?The Nature Study Idea. BOOKS AND AUTHORS James Branch Cabell's Novolette. Undo Tom's Cabin, Excluded, Miss May Johnston?Tho Ed? itorship of tho Law Register. Miss Martha W. Austin's Antecedents?Eni ersoniaua, REMINISCENCES, LETTERA. POETRY & MISCELLANIES. By J. Staunton Mooro, Richmond, Va. ?. E. Flonhnrt Printing Co., 1003. Thl8 volumo, in cloth nnd gold, and of 785 pages, ls entirely a homo production. Its author Is a native and a resident of Richmond, where his work has been most? ly written, printed, bound nnd published. The edition is limited, being intended mainly for privato circulation. From Sovornl points of vlow it commands ad? miration, Mr. Moore's education was cut short by his early onllstment in the Confederate army; nnd when his first term expired he never hcslatod about ro-onlisting; so that he wns In the war...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

THE CITY IS SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL PARKS. Some 6i the Attractions That May be Found at Small Expense and Little Loss ol Time. THE LOCATION OF THE PARKS With the advent of summer the ques? tion naturally" arlBca whore to go to ?? Oape the heat In tho afternoons and eve? nings. To many this Is an Important question. "With those huving children it Is an alt important matter, as the little ones re? quire the fresh air that can only bo found In woodland, dells and open fields. Few cities In this country, and none In the f?outh, offer better or more con? venient facilities for fresh air and out? door exercise than do tbo eitle? of Rich? mond, Manchester and Petersburg. Within easy reach of Richmond and Man? chester beautiful parks aggregating noarly 3.000 acres, can he reached by a few min? utos' ride on the olcotrlc cars, and It Is only a matter of choice to select the one which pleases most. Tho parks around Blchmond aro West iiamptun. Lakeside, IloserVolr, Seven Pines and Chlmbornso. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 May 1903

THE INCOMPARABLE CLARENCE! . mrmnwmmmmml?BmmtltBmmmmi*.mii.,iin <imu' immmmmmmam***^*?*!*?*"' m.???????,?? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^? G" 4 Ili -^w^a* 1 F A 3tory of Incredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness. In Four Chapters. Chapter 3, Leon was captured by African Pygmies, who were about to cook him when a ferocious tiger sent them scampering off. Loon managed to escape from the tiger bv swimming across a river. But on reaching the shore he was confronted by three tiene _ looking savages ? _ _ IjThearT?ons) ( YES. YOU ^ Ti fib the rescue? (a-fter You) ? I .... ? ^ . . .?. I I ^j, ?^? ?? na ? ? CoPTTlEtik mo:, by W It, Iliutu Oru< Erluia Jll?t,u Rumi

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 May 1903

ff?ffl ??S ISSI? I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.238. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Mny 31.-Forec.ost for Tuepilny and Wednesday: Virginia? Fair Tuesday, except rain In extreme Went portion. Wednesday rain; ire?li northeast winds on the uoaM. North Carollha?Fair In east: rain In wat portion Tuesday. Wednesday rain; freah northeast winds. Yesterday and Sunday were delightful days, although tho nights wero cooler tlinn Is seasonable. Tho prospects for to? day nnd to-morrow are marred by appre? hensions of rain. state of the Thermometer. 1? ?. M. 68 32 M.?.,. 68 ?? P. If. 73 ?i P. M. 07 ? P. M.?. 62 12 midnight . 67 Average.64 3-?. Highest temperature yesterday.73 3/Owest temperature yesterday.fil Mean temperature yesterday.02 Normal temperature for May.G7 Departure from normal temperature.. (f> Precipitation during past ?i hours.... T, MINIATURE ALMANAC. May 32. 3903. Kun risos.6:05 I HIGH TIDE. Hun sots.7:</7 1 Morning...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 May 1903

protect snld title, We are further con? vinced thnt representatives of the board proposed ?? Dr. Dia. to arbitrato the dif? ferences between the board and himself, and that ho declined the proposition. "We recommend thnt a special commit? tee of ns many as three bo appointed by the convention during the present pas? sion, whose duty It shall bo to .arefully examine tho documenta and other sources of Informs tlon and to prepare for publi? cation as early as practicable, a stntfinoiit of the facts In regard to the course pur? sued by the board In dealing with tho Havana situation. "While we appresi n te most highly the motives of the board In dealing with t J ? is matter and bt-llcvn they have done whnt. in the circumstances, thoy thought wns best, yet we are convinced that tlieir kindly feeling and their desire to avoid all harm la the canje prevented their seeing the real needs of the situation, so that they did not take hold <>f tills matter with the vigor, which subsequent e...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 May 1903

WAS BRIDE BUT TWO DAYS Marriage Clerk Died Two 'Days AftcrSccond Marriage STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE Lunched on it on His Wedding Day, and Never Recovered?PostofTice Invos tigation and Some of the Results of It. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 G Street, N, W., Washington, D, C, May 11, 1903. Thoso peoplo In Washington who have beeii watching tho drift of politics In the Old Dominion are very much Inter? ested In the seemingly rapid devel? opment of the prohibition sentlmont ln various parts of thu State, and they uro making tho prediction that the next campaign for the gubernatorial nomina? tion will be fought out along prohibition lines. They say that the Maim bill and the Campbell coso will constitute Issues upon which prohibition and antl-prohlbl tlon sentiment will lino up oil opponile sides and that the result will be a virtual test of tho strength of prohibition In tho Slate. CAMPBELL. FOR LEGISLATURE?. During his recent visit to Washington Judge Campbell said to Intimate friend...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 May 1903

Tlio Times-Dispatch P-bl?-h?- Dn?lr nnrl Weekly nt Ko. _ .North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1003. at Richmond, Va., ne Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress nf "March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Solil at 2 ceni s a oopv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is Md at fi cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil? fiO cents a month; $5.00 ? year, $_.-. for six months; $1.80 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cluding Sunday, by Carrier, 16 cents per week". The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, G? cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 81.On year. -Ml l'nsifriicd Communications will be I eject ed. Rejected Communications will not be returned unies? accompanied irtatamps. Uptown Ofllce nt T. A. Miller-, ?So. 510 East Broad Street. TUESDAY, MAT. 12, 1903. AN AFFRONT TO T??E SOUTH. Several days ago the Washington Post rebuked the people living In the neigh? borhood of Gallatili, Tonn., ffor driving oft a n...

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