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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

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Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

-mjj ? : JIMMY Well, It Wasn't His Fault That Papa Went Inside the Log. Copyrighted, 191S. by Star Company Gr<-.ii flrltaln UlRl-.ts Kescrvrd Gee! my gun aint" loaded eitherj." y Yah i lookot d' Hunters* i "Aw.the gum ) aimt loaded!" WOOF 11^7 ? r yo u ll_ WATCH ) b^vby Yourself ( ne*ttime<"^ WAHOOO1, WALOOO1 v^ve sure 3d] 'em up good , ' "timedidnt vje mister. "thompson*? v/ 'ohooo! ahooo!

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

oup ?hAKGEK JUpOB.. O^TRUCTO^ nTRATTU.^ \ S^amT) j / 5AY^ i Utyf \owt wovyy Allow h^> To PAY) ^ *t: r /I wn-vr (PAY The' ^FlNt, Mamie's Keeper Came Pretty ?Close to Being Best Man at the Wedding. Copyrighted, 1915, by Iho Star Company. Great lirltatn ItlKhts Reserved. iiTmswi/,,, l/A, Hou?e. Willi, mmm W$H/\UL HAVE. : ; VTMt PLEASURE \op FEEJNH&, Fttp iHE/,: / PEANUT^ / JTo the. \ \ ^tWEPHAW 3>g?BB8?a^a^ rart Bui i>r SOlTfJuVI Hivir cv \ tc? \it To; lr-. MV -v ptM f-lAN. werv: !n)t A' Two, "THOI" V. \ ^OiSTl 1 HEP* I [ChA\M f hty\ '5Top\ MAlMiE . ATulvn^ k< /j>EAk ( v>-j y ' E'-tfK-WT HcU'-t tUt?HAMT Moust ?CCMLl pAv.rc.^ WfcuT ItI <OUT,Mpyfe .fWEH^VEl vVouR.se. u-?; k \MAh?t^ OH.r^V Poor) Fr\enp^,we ^HALU J -?v YoiS\j^ CLIM0 ' ,, f\i pearfr'ekp> i PBAR.TR.\tK' VHAVE You Awy l v>t I WCRT; > \ 10 ^AVl Wmm ,f^REWtTCv\l w poop.; o jHl5 Wh-l.Loik \ YOUSE Kerr To OOU WITH I ELEPHANTS W&m !?? > AThAKK1? GooPME^s Y<s>u ARE ^s^AFE^jr ' 5oRRV, /...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

PART six Magazine Feature* by Famous Artist* anil Authors, Illustrated In Colors Pi^patcfi New Dlsct 'ericj?Things not Found In *? joks?Oddi tis from all over the World PART six ftbruarv u. khs?j Copyright, !9tS, by th? Star Company. firlt.itn Plrhis ftc*"-?-(! Europcs Highest Pai<^ Stafie (avor iif s Entma tdhiinsSoldi W5 How They Devote Themselves to Nursing the W ounded and Amusing the Men in the Trenches rrT-\IOU-PIOU." as the French coir. | rnon soldier is called, and Tomin; Atkins, as the English privati is nick-named, though much of the time half frozen in the trenches of th<? allies ?and frequently food for German powder ?nevertheless aro having in one way a very enjoyable and unusual time. These common soldiers of the French and Knsc llyh armies And themselves being nursed and entertained by tho most famous and highest - paid actresses, fingers, dancers and beauties of Kurope. Noble duchesses visit them at the front with gifts of pipes, cigarettes and tobacco. Famous ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

ing-dancing capers. The ball of all the Astorbilts, the season's smartest function, Began with tragic lack of "go"?in fact, was void of unction. When lo! Miss Gracie introduced her winning com bination, Her singing-dancing novelty, her one-step-hesitation. Behold it here, and wonder not that every dancer soon Was tripping just like Grace, and joining in her tune. No. 2?Oh, The Girlies Keep a Fellow Busy james ^"montaoto Combination One-Step Hesitation Next Week?Grace Darling's One-Step Song. Music by WALTER L. ROSENBERG m w?w j) h lg ? Tempo. Cute lit - tie John-ny Gay,Has some home they Cute lit - tie John - ny Gay He^ll danoe night and Nice flat He can't and warm it that, Some - where up Broad-way,- But sit through a show, His feetwonH o - beyj The iT LTZZ? i ?9 <J> - -?2 Waltz Tempo. s m ?t i s :?p: e? 3 no left one one ev - er heard wants to hes P him sing i - tate, a word the right's of a r-f r =5=i I ' I - i ^Tr Copyright, 1015, by Star ^ Company. S: nrr

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Why Poets Have a Patriotic Duty to Perform Mr. Alfred Noyes Declares That War Poems Help to Quicken llie National Spirit and That No Abie-Bodied Englishman Can Resist the Appeal of These Lines by Kipling; By Alfred Noyes. Most Distinguished of England's Younger Poets. (In an Interview.) WHERE poetry Ins helped or hindered either sido In this war I feel quite certain that it is the poetry of the past more than of the present. Poems, in order to he of any real as sistance to hnlicts, must share in tho nrtistie perfection of bullets. Mullets are not created* 011 the spur r>[ the moment; neither are the sort* of poems which infuse a whole nation with uncoiujiiprablo valor. Roth are the result of experience, ripened knowledge,. preparation, de li hurate craftsmanship. Every true poet understands Ihis. When extraordinary occasions tempt liim into spontaneous production he is apt to ho sorry ever after that he yielded; though in a ease like the present, when his country is sud denly inv...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Like a Sleep-Walker in a Dream the Clergyman Wanders Away 1\ Minnesota Home, Enlists in the Navy and Wakes Up a Mc Shocked to Find Himself on the Bowery With His Strum How Me Changed from Clergyman to Sailor and Then Back Again The Moral Aspect of the Rev. Mr. Fairmont, Minn., February IS. N trio afternoon of December 15 last the Rev. Walter ft. Burton, pastor of the First Christian Church of this place, stepped on the train to go to a nearby town, Austin, to officiate at a funeral. From this moment the Iiev. Mr. Burton completely dropped out of sight so far as his wife and children and 'hts devoted friends In the parish were concerned. Where he had gone and why he had gone and what bad become of him were mysteries without the slight est clue. Two days later a postal card signed by tho Rev. Mr. Burton was received by his wife. The card was pont marked Des Moines, Iowa, and Us contents were such as to deepen the mystery of his disappearance. On the afternoon of January 10 a man In th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

m His h Later >n's Transformation point of Vcw It does not matter -what tho have Bnli and done or what excesses ho i, his cociuct does not constitute moral t should remembered that the unfor Ictlra of amcntal disease, or he would not iavy or dice the other things which fol t. He w.8 not responsible for his con I not the lev. Mr. Burton, the pastor of a pick" Hu.d, a eatlor, and actpd ao such; hewasdcng. He was like a s!?ep walker ,ent unde: the anaesthetic. iUe that a>^,rgyman who wakens from 80 I befell M Burton must feel sorrow and j/ell comfrt himself with the knowledge Jurlne th! mental attack, no moral turpi* lar (ases >rlglnal o normal self, the self that wat vaB Intoned by nature to be, she might llfferent i;raons. use of th same body each, nevertheless, ent chars ter. The difference was mani* Ins of thcght, by different views, beliefs, ?.nt, and 'r different acquisitions, tastes, d inemor! b. rsonalltle varied In these respects from 31 the orilnal MIbs Beauchamp. Tw...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

What Will Finally Become of Lady Constance Richardson's Unfortunate Children? Their Father Dead and Their Eccentric Mother Bringing Them Up in a Strange, Impossible Way Y THAT will become of I .a ?ly 0 oust n nrc Ilichanlson's ft/?/ /V V ^ .>???"'*' three strangely reared lit- ,>/ tie sous now? They knelt last month beside their father's grave. Sir Edward Richard- > . . son had horn a lender father and sportsmanlike companion for his lit- . ^ - ????'? ! " 1 ' . ' ; ? ; ; \ T . I:,ids?- n.v??P from wounds re vived In the war, his last thought was of them. "Rorv, old chnp." he muttered hoarsely. "Haninnsh." 'I here was more than sorrow of parting in his eyes ami voice. There was lrouble. \\ hen tliree hoys wept beside Ujeir father's grave, their Scotch neighbors snook their head-. J'oor lads! Poor lads! 'Twas the wrong start they had." said the hood man (U ,h? COHntry weighbor Oi.iers than the canny Scotch neighbors, yml the dying father, Have these misgivings for the future ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Submarinp Gigantic Dreadnaughts, That Can Fight Like Floating Forts and Dive Like Ducks When Necessary, to Take the Place of Power ful but Vulnerable y Ships of !/ To-day The Size of the Proposed Submarine Battleship ifi Compari son to the Present Day Submarine Boat. HE increasing number of sue cossfuily destructive attacks by Herman submarines upon British warships lias brought, to a practical head the long-discusscd theoretical question wh^th??r it was the destiny of th^ underwater boat 'o supercede the floating ship. England, Germany and France are understood to he .so certain that tho the day of the ri read naught and su perdreadnaunht is passed that they aro experimenting with plans of tho only thing that can remedy the faults of the submarine and maintain tho virtues <jf tho battleship?and that is a submarine battleship. The United States is actually building a super-submarine which to all intents and purposes is really a submarine torpedo boat. It will be 20"? feet long?10...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Mrs. Davis Presents Herself at the Hair The First Step in the Process Was a Dresser's to Have the "Everlasting Thorough Shampooing and Drying of Wave" Put in Her Hair." Her Very Luxuriant Tresses. Distressing Experiences of Mrs. Alice Davis Who Sought an "Everlasting Ripple" in Her Hair and Who Has Been Given $500 Damages Because She Promptly Lost Not Only the Ripple but Her Hair as Well THREE years ago Mrs. Alice Davis, widow of a wealthy and promi nent citizen of Cincinnati, became possessed of desire to own an "ever lasting wave" in her hair. S?he acquired the "wave" and lost her hair. Likewise she acquired much experience, Including three burned spots on her scalp from which hair will never again grow, four weeks' illness, doctors' bills, anguish and humiliation of spirit. By way of con solation a jury has awarded her $500. which, she says, will not pay for the ser vice of even one of her three lawyers. The experiences of the wealthy widow raise several questions of import to al...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

THAT LOST ARTICLE t? Important enough to ndver tlif In the Want Column* If .Im portant enough to worry nbout. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ijidlitumil ffittte THIS IS THE SEASON your thought* turn to the country home. Try a Wnnt Ad. to flud the Ideal place. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOI/l'MF. OO MMIIIOIt 18 PRICE 2 CENTS KAISER 10 CONFER WITH U. S. ENVOY Invites American Ambassador Gerard to See Him at Eastern Headquarters. WASHINGTON IS INTERESTED Taken as Indication That United States Note Produces Impres-. sion of Supreme Importance. I-ON* DON'. February 14?The German Kinperor, according to an Bxnliango telegraph dispatch from The HaK'if. has Invited the American ambassador to (icrinany, James \V. Gerard, to a con f'Tfiice at eastern headquarters. MAY St'GfiKST THAT WAItSIIlPS CONVOY AJIKItlCAN VBWKI.S BERLIN, February 14 (via I-ondon, February 14, 11:30 I'. M.).?The A'mcr 1 i-? ambassador, James W, Gerard, co.iferred last n'.Rht with the German 1'oi-elKn Secretary, llc-rr von Japow, r&...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

Activity Increases Along Entire Front in Western Field ment to take steps to control food sup piles and the means for their dlstrlbu tlon. lU'SSlAN UPKICKIIS s.w n.AMi is not tiiiii:.vtkm:i) PETRO(?HAI), Fchrunry 14 (via Lon don).? Russian staff officers to-day as serted that reoccupatlon of tho crown land of Bukowlnn by Austro-German armies does not mrnacc tho Russian flank or the Russian position Hrotind Lemberg. The Russians maintain that mountain ranscs to the north and south render that section of the coun try Isolated, and that the Russian posi tions !n the Reskhl range, on the south, preclude tho possibility of a succosk ful attack Russian newspaper com ments oti recent rumors that tiie Rus sians contemplated evacuating Lem berc have brought denials from tho Russian general staff. All the north ern and northwestern slopes of the en tire Carpathian range are claimed to be controlled by Russian forces, giving them a key to the situation in Eastern ?ialicia. The Russians nra rep...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

BUNK OPENS ITS DOORS FOR BU PONT EMPLOYES Hundreds of Workmen Com? Prom City Point to rctcreliurK to llavo Cheek* Cushed. THREE TKIjIjKIIS KEPT BUSY Proves Great Convenience, ? Not Only for Visitors, l?ut for Merchants of City?Splendid Work Is Done by KltiK'n Daughters. I Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 riCTKUSIJURCJ. VA., February 14.? Tho opening of tho doors of tlio Na- | tlonal Hank of Petersburg from 6 to 8 j o'clock last evening for tho convenience ami accommodation of employes of the Du Pont works at City Point, who arc paid off every alternate Saturday af ternoon In checks a^er banking hours, brought about an unusual and Interest- | Inn sccno. About COO employes posses- j t?ln>r checks covering pay for two wcckit' wanes, galliervd In lino at tho bank, and In tho vestibule. Thero was no disorder and no necessity for It. Three tellers were at the desk windows j to receive and cash checks as fast as presented, and the work was done rap idly. Many thousands of dollars were th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks The Morning Story GHOST MEETS OIIOST. lly Molly MrMaxtrr. There wii not the slightest doubt i as to the beauty and desirability of 1 the email house. It nestled llko a Jewel among the velvety preen of thick flr trees and faced tho blue waters of tho sound. In the winter It would resemble nothlhg so much as a cozy corner In tho valley of dla- ! -.nonds. Tho gabled roof of tho house would lie under an eiderdown of snow, while tho blue-gray 'sniolte would ascend from the great stone chimneys that supported each flank of tho cot tage. Doreen sighed heavily as she walked away from tho little Long Island home j on which she had so set her heart. It , had boon, taken by a couplo from the cltv not two hours before. The leas* was signed. The real estate agent had shown It to Doreen the while, he la mented her keen disappointment. "Never mind,"' he added, trying to i mitigate her loss. "Irlr Vale is haunted j by fearful spectres that wall about j amors those fir t...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

r L SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS] 1 * 1 ? 1 ? ... ' ? gggp ^ 11 bbme i .i ? - ? i .. ? ?? ??.?? Will Attend Meeting of International League ?t Hotel Imperial To-Da^\ Circuit Mkely to Ho Changed. UAH HOW HAH AN ALTKIINATlVK Should Hronx Section Ho Denied to the Orguniaation, Hartford, Spring' Held or Worcester to He Considered for Skecter Franchise. ''resident Alvlu M. Smith left lust night for New York, whore to-day ho will attend tho moetiug of the Inter national League at tho Hotel luiporlal. Manager Jack Dunn also left Baltimore for tho big city, and before he got aboard the train tol<l The Tlmes-Dls patch correspondent that ho fully ex pected to learn that Jeisey City club will bo placed In the Bronx section of New York apd that Harry Hempstead, head of the (Hants, bud been won over by Harrow. Dunn also expects to make a desir able trade with Nome of the other In ternational 1-ensue clubs and also to bind several men that he has been dickering ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

jKirfmroiiii Cimc^-pi^pcitrti THE TIMES. Pounded 1(?H THE DISPATCH. Founded 18S0 Putillohccl fvrrr dny In the j-rnr l?jr The Tlniew Dl?|mtc)i I'lihllnhInK Compnny, Inc. Adilrcnia nil eoiii*-.?inlculliinn to Till; TIMES - DISPATCH, Tlm**-I)l?n?lrh llulldltii;, 10 South Tenth Street, Hlch moiiil, \ n. TKI,BPIIO\K, HANDOI.PH t Pnhllcntlon oilloe 10 Suutli Tenth Street South lllrhinonil. . . lo'io Hull Street IVtorsburjr 100 North Sjomnore Street l.ytichliuru ..lilS lllti'ith Street !(\SniU)lUv. JTOKY A It HOOK S, INC, Spcclnl lilvcrtlMn,; l!i';trmcuf tttlrrn. Xpit Aiirk 2im? I'lftli Avenue Plillndclphln Mutuiil I.Ife ' iiIIiIIiik CIllriiKo People'* (iui llulldlnj; SI'HSCHIPTIOX HATES 11V MA II., One Six Three One POSTAt.E PAID Venr. Mo*. Mjh. Mo. Dully nn(I Stimln.v ... .90 .Oil $.1.00 ?1 SO 9 .SS Dili I v only 4 00 - 00 1.00 .35 Snmltiy on5y - OO 1.00 ,S0 .US ll.v Tlmr*-nif?iintrli Carrier Delivery Servlec In Hlrhmonil (mill Mihitrlitt) nml Pctcrwliurirt Dritly with Siiiuliiy. one wee...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

MISS BABEL LAIRD GDODE TO WED JUDGE J. H. FflflNTZ ^ dl-Known Society CJlrl Will H? Married on March 18 at lloydton. G- J- HEAY KPfTERTAlNS ,r*. Lnndonla It. Dushlell Will Rpeak "n "TrlKtram and iHoIde" at Worn !'" s ^ This Afternoon?Meet i?Ks of Interest to Women. l-'lwanl Chambrrs (loode, of Boyd n. nnnouncves the engagement and ?JjProaehlng marriage of his daughter, ? ns Mabel Laird Goode, to Judge John ? l^rantz. of Knoxville, Tonn.. the irrla^#. fi) take place at tlie home of ? 10 bride In Hoydton. on Thursday. "u-pSi ti?S'niT?ho ?? of ln Richmond Society as well as ?!oo?h? ??y.k OUKhOUl ,ho -Stal?- Mis, l'<son. '? Z "!"c" "f Colonel Thornar. ii.tr _ ? w''" known here, bo K a member of the Westmoreland ile?M. f!"^' ''Itibn, ami alii to Governor > C. htuart r,'i'l*iK Aiinouurrd. M- A1,e". M North l.oin. ? ' ? -Mr. ..i. announces the marriage or 1,l, daughter. Nettle Virginia <;rlBp VoHf'i")' / h;irnb"rll? Mora... of Now ? u hl?:l. xv as <| uletly celebrated it noon o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

<r K Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inqulrlrn nnd rommnnlrntlon* nd?lrri?iic?l to 'I'hr Tlnirs-HI*|i?toli III rroolte prompt nttnitlon. Till* cl?|?iirtiiu-iit ttlll npprnr rm'b Monthly, iinil contribution)* or miKK<*ntIons ? III l?c nrlcuiiiril. Facts fot Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers COMFORT OF DAIRY HERD: ? CLEANLINESS, CONVENIENCE In order to successfully maintain a pood dairy herd, the owner must provide adequate eqtilpunont with which to care for his animals ,ln at least three es sentials?comfort, cleanliness ami con venience Alonp these lines Will Kelly, a man of Inrpo experience, writes: "Good stable management Is an Im portant factor in determlnlnp the profits from the ilalry herd durlnp the winter. The first essential Is that the cows he comfortable, because a cow kept otherwise can never do her best. "She must ha...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 February 1915

fticlimon^Cinie^ijsptdj 8IXTY-FIFTH TRAIL I 1 ADMITTEDLY THE BK8T MBDTOM IN THIS SOUTH FOR CLA88 iriiCO A DV BUT 181 NO. IKLEPIIONU VOUIl WANTS TO THE TlMK3-DXt?I'ATCH IIANDOLPU 1 1 IUNDUI.rU WANT AD. RATES. OAII.T. ono cent r vr.Td whtn paid In ad taace. No ad. tr i lor lea* than 10 cent*. H'ND.W, on? and gut-half cent* n wor<l for all claialflud (v<s. o*cei>t Sltuutlona Wanted at one vent a vi oru. No ad. tukeu for le** than 16 cents. NO ADS. tutien ror lefi than JS cent* wtien charged cr phoned In. Phonid ordere not guarantato. Claaallluatlon* not guaranteed after ?:N K M. DEATHS. PI3VINK.?Pled, Saturday at 4 A. M.. M It 8. MARCH-: OKVINF, widow of I ho late Joseph ' I )evlne. Hho leuvos t<? mourn their loss two *onn, Mr. Wllllo and Joseph Oovtrie; also three daugh ters, Mrs. Seward Jerry, Mrs. Romeo Perry, Mrs. Asliby Puke, and one Mister, Mi'h. \V. Wlillloi 'k, two brothers, I ???!? tils and James o'conncll. The remains are ?t the residence of her HOn-ln-liiw, <I...

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