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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ?""M?ffi ?SBBSES Kg I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,24?. UICIIMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MATW, 1003. EDITORIAL SECTION. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HONOR TO MEMORY OF OURJ)EAD Thousands to Gather in Hollywood Saturday. GENT WHITE TO BE THE ORATOR The Military Will Bo Out In Full Force. CITIZENS; CARRIAGES IN PARADE THIS YEAR Many Thousands of Richmond People Will Assemble in the Beautiful Cem? etery and Do Honor to Ihe Memory of Sixteen Thous- . and Confederate He? roes Buried There. Beneath tho wide-spreading? trees of Hollywood, beautiful city of tho dcud, tho people of Richmond will gather In thousands on the afternoon of Saturday next to pay un nnnual tributo of lovo and remembrance to tho sixteen thou Band of Confederate heroes whoso re? mains lay Interred within the precincts of tho place. Ah year follows year, rapid succession placea on over-widening Interval between tho present and tho terrible past, In ?which those men fought and died, me? morial day, when upon their graves are .scattered...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

THIS IS THE AGE OF REALISM IN EFFECTS UPON THE STAGE Still Many Methods Which Show No Improvement. GIFFEN CO. IN FRIENDS This Popular Old Play to Be Presented at the Academy This Week?The Fawcett Company to Be at the Bijou. This is the ago of realistic stage ef? fects, and wo must admit that some of them are very real, indeed. AVe have Been the rnln-storm, In which the water poured down In torrents; wo .have seen lhe thunder-storm, with Its vivid flash? ings and lurid glare, as though the fires of Haiies had been turned loose In tho land, while the thunder machino shook the very building; we have seen tho i in.!-.' i.?:-in, when tho musicians In the orchestra pit were nearly blinded by the storm's utter disregard for limita? tions; wo have seen tho wind-storm, when trees were uprooted niul swept away; and, most common of nil, wo have Been the snow-storm, the "beautiful snow," thnt fell on the baro-armed, shiv? ering heroine, or on tho ragged urchin crouching on the door-step. We hav...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

r 'S THE BUSY CORNER. V. THE COOLEST STORE IN THE CITY. Summer Sale Knit Underipear. leadlos' Silk Qauzo Vests, In whllo. pink, and blue, a good iillc. value, spe? cial 2fic. each. A 75o. Quality All-Bilk Vest. In nil colors, for SOc. Three cases of Ladles' Lisle Flnlsh ed Vest?, slightly damaged, with silk tape neck and armholes, worth 17c, special at 12V4?. e?a?h. Ladles' Kxtra 8*' U*lc Finish Oaur.o Vests, with (i|lk tapo neck and urm IioIpb, for 1214c. See tbn special lots of Fino Whlto Ribbed Gauze Vests display at 6c. and 10c. each. ladles' LIslo-Flnlshod High Neck and Long Sleevo Vests, long also ICneo lJants, at 25c. each. Special lots of Missen' and Children's Ribbed Vests, nicely trimmed nock and urmholcs, at Gc. and 12&C. lixtra Quality Boys' Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers, In all sizes, for 25c. Men's 50c. Quality Ralbrlggan Frtnch Night Shirts, also Drawers, all sizes, epeclal at 35c. each. Special line of Men's Ualbrlggan Shirts mid Drawers, short and long sleeves, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

The Times-Dispatch. JPuMWied Dally ami Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth fitreet, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1H03, at Richmond, Va., n* Second Class Matter, undrr Act of ConRresB of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Hold nt 2 cents n copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is cold nt fi cent? a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall BO cents a month; $5.00 a year, $2.50 for six months: ?Sl.fiO for Ihrec months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 n rear. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cluding Sunday, by ?Carrier, 15 cent?? per week*. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 yenr. All Unsigned Communic'ntions. vrill be reject cd. Rejected Communications will not be returned unlesg nccompnii'ieil by stamps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 519 East Broad Street. SUNDAY. MAY U, 1903. THE BIBLE AND THE SCHOOLS In discussing the proposal of tho Vir? ginia Blhle Society to huvo the Bible read In the public school, we mentioned that In Lync...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

Th a little whllo now. the pursuit o Knowledge! under the dlfllcultles of hoi weather .and Its attendant Ills will h? over, and the ?lays of vacation will dawi Vpiui the delighted vision of students an?. College faculties everywhere. This Is emphatically the season of sweel f-lrl gradu?tes, the reign of dlaphanoui White draperies, the time for stacks ol flow'-rs to be sent to n. young man's be? loved; Um Urne for friends to find sent? !n commencement halls and wear oui irnnd new white kid kIov?;s In leadlnn the frantic .applause which Is the rightful offering of a girl when she graduates. The programme Is an nnnual one. II romes iirriuiial every May and June, and yet it never loses Its Interest for those who participate In It and those who wit hess It. After the applause has been bestowed, the flowers accepted and th? graduation c?r?tfiohlal has been entirely ?wrought out. thern still remains the In? terest of framing und hanging the diplo? ma, and of encasing the graduating es? say...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

Main and 14th Sts. 1 FISHERS. Main and 14th Sts. HOT WEATHER! Well, I should say so ; and, fellows, this is noth? ing to what it will be. How Are You Fixed for It? Bet a dollar you have put off buying thin things until now you're caught. Two-Piece Suits Just the thing for sum? mer, in Wool Crashes, Homespuns, Serges, Striped Flannel and White Flan? nels. A Two-piece Suit is the thing for summer com? fort. Light in weight and light in price. $ 5.00, $ 7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15,00, $18.00. Flannel and Homespun Trousers, with Belt Straps and Guff Bottoms, from Negligee Shirts from 48c. to $1.50. Straw Hats from 50e. to $5.00. Thin Underwear from 25c. to $1.00. Our Prices as Well as Our Clothing Will Keep You Cool, Y^'M^wB^'O" D^*<'iwffl"<^^?-f^Stri<^'0"-Prt* T'-B?*** WHEAT CROP A FAILURE Turning Yellow and Will Be Cut for Feed. ? NEW SAW MILLS SPRING UP No Applications in Either Lunenburg or Mecklenburg and Meherrin is Dry. County Politics is Growing Warm. (Special to Tlie Tlm...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 24 May 1903

SOCIETY OF CHARLOTTE Theatre Party Entertained by Mr. David T. Iluyk. MECKLENBURG FAIR MEETS Manufacturers' Club Gives an Enjoya? ble Reception?Virginia Dare Cir? cle Held Social Gathering?Dr. Ralph to Wed Mis? Holland. (8|??'elnl to Tta?! TlmPivDIapntch.) OHABBOTTE, N. C, May 23,-Mr. I>avld T. lluyck Tusdny evening enter? tained at a theatre and supper party the members of tho "Bald Pasha" cuHt, all homo talent. The pnrty occupied the two boxen at tho auditorium ?luring the Ini? tial performance of tlio "l'nrlslnn Prin? cess," by tho Diitlu | Park Stock Com? pany. The baccalaureate sermon was preach? ed to the graduates of the Presbyterian College Sunday morning In the Second l'rauNhyterlan Church, by Dr. B. E. Heed, At the name church In the evening, Rev", J. Knox Montgomery delivered tlie buccalnureato sermon to the graduating class of the city graded school. Tuesday was the (Vrst day of the regu? lar spring meeting of tho Mecklenburg Pair Association. There wn? some line raci...

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. — 24 May 1903

WEAKNESS WAS ACUTE Selling Movement Gathered Force With Day. BREAK IN STEEL STOCKS Rumor that Chicago Plants Had Shut Down Was Only Thing to Account for it?Market Steadied Once, but Plunged Down Again. (llr A??oclnte' Press.) NEW YORK. May 23.?Hopes of a turn In sp? dilative sentiment ivero again dis? appointed by He- action of to-day's st-n-k tnarket, in which acute weakness devol. nped under free outpouring of stocks in liquidation from all quarters. The Moil? ing movement gathered force with the progress of the trading, which was must active at the close and at about the low point of tho day. A violent break In United States Steel stocks Boon after the opening had a very unsettling effect on the whole list. The only explanation of this ?special weakness was a rumor that the Chicago plants of the company hud shut down. The trading was somewhat disconcerted also by the large Increase in tho engagements of gold for export to Argentina on Monday, bringing tho total shipments for that...

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. — 24 May 1903

THE WEEK IN FINANCES Many Disturbing Factors Com? bine to Depress Sentiment. LABOR PROBLEM SERIOUS Opinion Prevails That Employers W||| Have to Take a More Decided Stand Than Heretofore?Crop Re? ports and Railroad Earnings. iPprarlal (o Tho Times-Dispatch.) . NEW YORK, fllay 23.~Tho Financial Ago naya: Mnny disturbing1 factors have com? bined to depress the sentiment not only e?r iii?> speculative? community, but o? the investing publie as well. It Is largely 1??eattso o? the absence of support nmong the great army of individual investor? that the stock market has fulled to show nny evidence of resistance tn tho down Ward tendency of th? past few months; not even tho bargain liuiitcrS,-who usual? ly enter tlio market when low prices pro* Vail, have taken advantage of recent de? clines. On tho contrary, this element has liquidated a considerable portion of their holdings, apparently with tho ex? pectation of repurchasing them tit a lower level, Neither hayo interests Iden? tified ...

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. — 24 May 1903

A Storm in the White Goods Section And "white is right," so fashion says. Where else but at Cohen's could you expect to find the latest White fabrics for just one-half their host selling prices. Monday will show thou? sands and thousands of yards, and at just such values. While Mercerized Silk Striped jUidras, best styles of nil season, nt 10 nnd 25c, are priced V?'/3a. Fnnry White Shirting Madras, in striped effects, 10 2-Sc. best price, for D'jic. l'lniil Dimity Lawns, always 15 and 10 2-,1c., for 0%o. ISVici Wh?fe Striped and Corded Madras for S%<y. 2,700 yards Sheer Whit? India Linons, long fold, specinl value, a yard, ?%6. India Linons, full 40 inches wldo, fine, sheer prado, for )21/?c, Sheer While India Linons for lOo, The New Soft-Finished White Pique Welts, for skirts, &C, a vard, 25c. Henvy 10e, White Piques aro priced in this Bale, 12%c. 10 2-3 to 25o. White Fiquos, slightly imperfect in weave, to be Bold, a ynrd, 0%c. Wliite Victoria Lawns, 0V4o. al? ways, for 3%o...

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. — 24 May 1903

liFE&fi?M S S: I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,249. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 24, 100?. LAW NEWS: i PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUKKIABY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. "tVa.'-hlriBton. May 23.?Forecast for Sun Bnv and Monday: Virginia?Fair Kunrtny and Monday; light variable winds. North Carolina- Fair Sunday and Mon tflay; light variable winds. The weather in Kichmond was clear .toiid "f sumftier heat, but made more en iluinblo by a light breeze. Tho skies ?Were clear at midnight. STATE OF THE THHHMOMHTER. P A. M. 75 11 M. Kl B P. M. 81 t, r. M. Kl li P. M. 77 it midnight. 70 Ave-race for 24 hours.7S 5-G MINIATCRE ALMANAC. May 24, 100.1. Pun rises.4SC, I HIGH TIDE, Bun.SCtS.7:17 ( Morning.2:23 .Moon rises?..,3:10 I Evening.?:? May 25, 1903. Bun rises.4:66 I HIGH tide. f-iini rl?o.a.7:11 I Morning.3:10 Moon rises,..,4:W | Evening.3:'Aj RICHMOND. Refusal of Virginia Passenger and Pow? er Company to fncrcaso pay of employes Hol likely to result In strike-Deep Hun Hunt Club feto B distinctively social ?vent...

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. — 24 May 1903

friends In North Carolina, South ' lint*. West Virginia. Washington, r nnd New Tork. Of this number. 1 life member*. The report revlewee ivork In several of Its branches and eluded as follows: "The Executive Committee nnd chairmen of the other committees ?Wet frequently to discuss the wot the association. Their problems hav All been easy, nnd they must at 1 have been a burden, particularly a our president, who has had Ho muer larger pirt to bear. She has, how brought to the task nil of her leal, thuslosm and executive ability, and results ppenk for themselves in no certain tones." THE PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The annual report of the presiden the association, Mrs. B. B, Valen was one of the most Interesting pa lubmltted. It gave a summitry of ivork during the year, nnd mado sev Important suggestions. It reads ns lows: Richmond, Vb? May 23. if The Richmond Education Assoclntlot the close of Us third year of work, i well be congratulated on the results C?.-mpllshed along several lines, but...

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. — 24 May 1903

e ? offered for Monday are eloquent proofs of the great ad? vantages derived in trading direct with the maker and ohtaining the commissions and profits of agents in the bct ter qualities at the prices charged. They will prove the most exceptional of bargain attractions, thoroughly in keeping with the strength of the regular stocks?extensive in assortment, peerless in value, extraordinary in general merit. Men's Choice Suits, excellent. Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds and good grade Cassimcres and Tweeds; $10.00 and $12.00 values elsewhere, only. Men's Fine Suits, immense variety stripes and mixed effects; suits that arc Burk tailored and would com? mand under regular trading condi? tions $15 and $16.50; special this week Men's High-Class Suits, elegant foreign fabric, Worsteds, Scotches and Homespuns, Single and Double-?. Breasted styles, elegantly tailored, with long, narrow collar, broad shouhlcrs and elastic haircloth fronts; suits that rival costly merchant tailors' products; specia...

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. — 24 May 1903

GENERAL ASSEMBLY Interest in Great Presbyterian Meeting Increases. A DAY OF PRACTICAL WORK The Assembly Declines to Take Any "Step Looking to Limited Pastoral Relations?Ministers Assigned to Preach To-Day, [Special to The Tlnies-PI'pr.teh.) LEXINGTON, VA., May 23.?Interest In Uie sessions of tho General Assembly uf tho Southern i'r?sbytorlai? Church Increases each day, and to-day, tho third day of tho mooting, was devoted most? ly to committee work, The sessions nre well attended, not only by tho commis? sioners, but also by residents of the com? munity and many visitors, who are hero for tho meetings especially. A communication was rend before tho Assembly from tho American Sabbath Union, Dr. Israel XX'. Hathaway, of New York, secretary, nuking the Assembly to consider the proposition of co-operat? ing with them in tho use of their lite? rature, nnd especially urging tho ap? pointment of delegates to the conven? tion of tho Union on Sabbath rest, to be lield In St. Louis, Mo., In O...

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. — 24 May 1903

HIGH WIND IN PETERSBURG ? Smokestack to an Ice Factory Was Blown Down. ' (Hpeclnl to The TimiM.hlspitch.) PETERSBURG, VA., May 23,-Tho ex? ceedingly dry weather for tho past three or four wecke Ib Interfering with farm? ing op?rations In this ?section. Tho storm last night Will somewhat tompuriirlly re? lievo tho situation, but the rainfall ?,v.is Hot anything llko BUtllclont to break the drought. A very severe wind accom? panied the rain In this city, and some damage was done. The ninnkesta?.<K at the factory of the J. B. Worth Jen Coni ?inny, In this city, was blown down dur ng tho storm last nhrht, and the loss of ?i few hundred dollars resulted. The Htnrm broke over the city Just as the au-, Id?neo was leaving tho Stuart meeting M Went Hill Warehouse, and probably Iwo thousand people wero drenched be ?oro they reached their homos. Itcv. Dr. George H. Stuart held a ser Vico this afternoon at 5 o'clock for the fcolorcd people. To-morrow night will bo ' Riven up to men's service...

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. — 24 May 1903

TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS An Important Invention by a Richmond Man. AN AUTOMATIC STOP Designed to Lessen Causalities Re? sulting from Open Switches, Draw Bridges and Other Causes. Patents have just been received here for an Invention by n Richmond man, which promise well in the direction of prevent? ing serious and frequently death-dealing ncrldents on railways. Steps will very shortly bo' taken to bring the matter to the attention of sev? eral railways nnd to glvo a practical demonstration of the utility of iho now device. If what Is claimed for It provea truc, there can bo but slight doubt that It will be very generally adopted. CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS. A groat many of the accidents of al? most dally occurrence are duo to open switches or failure of engineers to re? gard signals on semaphores'. Along the lino of a railway there nro telegraph'(dations In constant communication with the train dispatchers In tho city. Near the track In front of theso stations Is a polo, connected with the offi...

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. — 24 May 1903

SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. rxxxxxxxx>coo90co<DOOC)oooc<x 8 ?arton ?(eights, ? fOXXXXDCOCXXCOOCXXXX^ Mr. Wlllnni H. Kcllogg, who has heei Vleltlng Mr. D. K. Kellogg, near the Senn Inary, has returned to his home In Nova |iort Nows, Va. Jack Talson, who has been quite ?lcl t?t some time with the malarial fever, li now ablo to bo out again. List of scholars on tho roll of bonor foi the week ending at tho Barton. Height? Behool Friday, May 22, 1903: Junior B Grade, M las Mabel Gllnn teacher?Louise Traylor. Sixth Urammar Grade, Miss Mahe: Dllr.n, teacher?Stella James and Alice Btnllh. Fifth Grammar Orado, Miss Kate Gllnn, teaeher? Elizabeth Jeter and Grace Cham; berlaln. Seventh Primary Grade. Miss Winston, teacher?Harold Goyno, Otha Klttlng??r, Mnman Ragland, Bonnlbcllo Amory, t?lhol Baughan, Violet Chamberlain, Gray Ion Leadbelter and Oracle Phillips. Sixth Primary Grailo, Miss Winston, tniclier?Hugh Leach, Frank Taylor, Wil? liam Taylor Itady, Kathleen O'Bannon and Lillian Har...

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. — 24 May 1903

-,-,-;-; i Wash Goods j At Usual August Prices. Koeahlln Fr?res, bout printed Krencli Or? ganlies, In figures nnd stripes. T/ie usual 87%c, I kind; now .12M?c. Pointed Batiste, extra fine nnd nheer, dis? tinctively nsw patterns. The usual 10 2-8o. kind; now .12H". Knlckcrblcker Reps, now and stylish, all colors .25o. j Heal Irish Dimities, In new nnd exclusiva patterns nnd colorings .25c. BRcnl Scotch Olnghnms, the kinds that wash and wear so nicely.?6o. I.lnen 2eph?.T Olnghnms, tho Idenl fnbrio Ifor shirt-waist dresses. The X7Hc. kind; now.29c. Silk Striped Grenadines, new nnd stylish patterns nnd colorings. .,.25, 89. 49. 59, GO. 70o. allotted and Embrolderod Swissps, now nnd exclusivo designs.60, 60. 7B, 86c. to $2.25 Silk MouRsellno, light weight, soft nnd clingy, entirely now patterns.4S and 50c. Good Silk Strictly Low Priced. BOo. Striped Extra Quality Japanese Wash Silks, In this season's choicest patterns nnd coloring9, now .25a. Extra quality Taffota Silk, In chocks, stripe...

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. — 24 May 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By CIco. XX'. Mayo, Auctioneer, 1205 Kost Alain Street. ?IORHE. WAGON HARNESS. elec Triofans ICE ?C-XBS, 9RO?&?I?Bt Iron mons. lUiiDUN h?be, fine FURNITURE. &C. AT AUCTION. I will soil at my Auction House nt 10:S0 ' A "MONDAY. MAY 2STH, *903( t Horse, Spring Wagon. Harness. 4 Elec? tric Hoik Fnns, 1 Celling Kan, Ice Hoxen, Piofrlgorntorn, Ico Cream Froez?rs, Wash? ing Machine, Bnby Carrlnge, Sowing Ma? chines, Matche?-', 17 Hojea Crackers, Cof? fee, flood Luck Unking Powder and other groceries, Rubber Hoso, Desks, Chlf Fonlors. and a largo lot of Housohold Fur? niture, of all kinds. A. R. MAYO, Proprietor. OEO M. VALENTINE, Salesman. By J. B. Elnm & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. PUBLIC AUCTloTTsALE OF A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVELY LOCATED BUILDING LOT, ON NORTH SIDE CLAY STREET BE? TWEEN THIRTY-FOURTH AND THIRTY-FlFTII STREETS. On MONDAY. MAY 25, 1903, at 0 o'clock J", M<, w?j shall, at tho request of tho non-resident owner, sell by auction, on th...

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. — 24 May 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?WAUTZD, TWO *YA*TRE8SE8~"a-,t * KIBK WOOD'S st one?! 120S l?. Mnln. WANTED, A Oook ?nd a Butler ? Family of Ihres persons; 100 Sonth Third Street. WANTED, Twea Re?pen?lb!i> Lett* leu to Act M loc?l ms.n?j<ers for n New York flur?; write promptly, t ddress Hoi 12fl. curfa this office. ft FER HTTNDRED For Addresln*; Envelopes. Bfrirt dime und sttmp for full InstrucUons; ?teidy rrrark. C. li. MILLER A CO., Ely Ill's- . ChlcBRO. X.ADY WANTED, ?15 Weeklyi Permnniarit, Ar? tistic employment ut home; no exp?rtenos needed; mstorlsl furnished Enclose etitmned nddroseed snt-elope. TICKET CO., Ifll West 83el Bt.. New York. ?? .-????? ?20 PER 1.000. PAID WEEKLY, FOR copying letters nt home; no ?amen to Supply or envelopes to address; nothing to byv. Addressed envelop?' for copy. PRACTICAL MFC. CO., Newark. N. J. WANTED, Female Btencfcrspher, sable to In era-line lier Incarne lay ?slue- ?a machine 20 to 40 per rent, speedier tlinn t!ia> rest, ?and ?all ac? count of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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