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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

8 0 Clever Stories and Bright Letters by Our Boys and Girls. M WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN THIRD WEEK'S CONTEST. JEANNETTB BRYCE, Ashland. v a . EDWINIA COWHERD, Pah. vi. Va. ELLEN MOORE HOWISON, The Oaks, Stnunton, Va. A WORD TO OUR YOUNG ARTISTS. The editor rongrntulntes most heartily tho wlnhers in tho third Mother Goose CtillMt-Miss Jcnette Rryco. of Ashland; Miss Kdwlnln Cowherd, of Pnlmyrn, nnd *!>* Ellen Moore Howlson, of "The Oaks," Ptnunton, Vn. Tho number of contextnnts Increases ench wcok. A cordlnl npprcoiatlnn of the drnwlnpr which hflVO h P en sent In. and n word of j . m „*„ Tvi,irVi tmv bo received In future, rpoiiir the next Instruction in record to those winch mn> ne reici>ru , rolnt of Importance. The Tlmos- Dispatch Is very K lnd to hnve tho drnwlnga and Sltffret. exceedingly thnt ono of the best received this week had to be thrown out because It wns done In pencil. For reproduction, the sketches should be mnde In pen nnd ink, nnd n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

c THE VAST IMPORTANCE OF MOTION IN MUSCLE WORK. THUS YOU CAN MAKE LUNGS AND OTHER VITAL ORGANS "GET A MOVE ON." VII. -' ' ' ' <H X value of a muscle conMM." *" I * only In Its rower tn move. It A must be able to move n certuhi rtfif'^y weight ;i certain distance in «£.fc«J a certain time. Strength In motion. Every, m.ichlne tvtt niH'le by man I? valuable only for wh;it motion It enn produce in the, objects whlob it is rot to handle. Even when your b'bdy Is In what mw might think a perfectly rnotlonJeßH condition, It Is moving all th<! time. Hold your, arm .iut plroltrhi. either with a weight In the h.-imJ or with alt the muscles Ftniinltig a.i if you were holdlnK n weight. You will observe that, no niatt'-r how steady your nerve* art?, there Is a constant tremor and trembling of the whole limb. Do you know what In happening? Tho nerved that telegraph the ord«r to the muscles to do the work are sending a rapid .succession of sliockn to each *mew nfvl muscle, ran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

THE THRILLING ADVENTURE'S OF ■ ALPWOISTSE, G'ASTON AND THEIR T RIEND LEON IN TURKEY. ; ■ An Almost Incredible Story of Danficr and Politeness.. In Three Chapters; Chapter. 1. Cwirl>t i, »»,. ,.,. w „ ,, Mr ... - c ,» t nm.i, hum, R^ta. • ffnE TJ^rES-iXSPATCH, MCHMONS 1 , VA.. AUG. 9, 1903. . . ■ DID HUBBY APPROVE ? YESJ Copyrlgkt'lSSirV W.'ft.'lteirtl.- atttt Urmia THRblt IIMMVeA IJO :.JBE*CQNTIMUEB NEXT SQWDAY)

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ttu^ii^.Kffifflftift STATE BAR TO GATHER SOON NOW Annual Meeting at Hot Springs Last of Month. BRAXTON TO DISCUSS 15TH AMENDMENT Paper on This Subject Will Attract Much Attention. HON. JOHN GOODE ON ELECTORAL COMMISSION This Distinguished Gentleman Has Information Which Has Never Been Published- -National Bar Association to Meet Immediately After State Bar Adjourns. •Th* fifteenth annual mc-tlng of the Virginia Stttto I3ar Association will be held at the Virginia Hot HprlncF on Friday, Saturday and Monday. August 21st. 2M end 24th. Two (■e.^slons daliy will be held. 6t 10 A. M. and 8:30 P. M. each day. Th* ft&ndln« committees will meet on ThursAlready a large attendance of memoers o? the bar of this State and many eminent lawyers of other Hinlet-. In assured. Many of those who go will remain and attend the f-p-flnn of the A':ierlran Rar Asrcclatlon, which will sit at th»> Homestead Hotel from August Cith to 'JSih, Inclusive. Those who contempla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

2 adopted nt the Stfttft Convention nf Au*ucl lf"1, to lint only secure tli« riomlnntlon ..f ciimll'lates by primary election, but alto to secure uniformity hi such primnry elodlfthi M conducive lo the best Interests of tbo party ami. that therefore, •whatever plan may have been adopted by this committee, comtuiftheo with Btich pi.-tn should bo required ; therefore, be It resolved, 3. That the pnmftry us called for Augupt 15th to nomlnnte n cAhdldato for State Senator In the Tenth Senatorial DlMrlft Is lregiilur. and thrrefore void, •tid cannot bo recognized by this conimlitep. . , 2, Thnt It II th<> dsity of tho Sr.nntcrlnl Committee in Bnid district 10 jvr6?6&d to mnkc provision by proper call for a pn mary election hi paid district for homl nation of n cindldjuto for the State senate In compliance wilh the term." and provisions of the "primary election plan ns adopted by this committee of JnnuBolh resolutions wore ndoptcd by the meeting proetlcal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

'A IpENNING~"WILD PONIES "ON ASS ; ATE 'AGUE ISLAND * A BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF THE HORSE PEN FROM THE DISTANCE FROM THE TOP OF THE LIGHTHOUSE—IBO FEET. (Special from n staff Correspondent,) CHINCOTIOAGUK ISLAND, ACCOMAO COUNTY, VA., August 7.— Tho combination of a. snllor and a horso generally roMiltß In fun for disinterested third parties. Probnbly that Ib why I enjoyed »o munh the annual pony pending on Ahrolengun Island this year. Tin so sailor men, when they begin to handle tho wild ponied which run on ChlncotonffUO aiirl AsHntengufi Indicate In n hundred ways thnt they would be fnr more at home with n tiller or snll ropn In their hands. Probably that Is why they approach tho undertaking with such diffidence and the certainty of a "show" causes a large crowd to gather. The pony ponnlngs bring mnny people to the Islands every year. The penning tlilK year were not such (treat, events nw (isual, owing largely to the fact that the owners of (he ponies nro not nnxloun to cell, for prices...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

* The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly At No, 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1903, at Richmond, Vs., as second-clrss matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. _J - The daily times-dispatch is sold lit 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TRIES-DISPATCH is iold at 5 cents a cop}-. The DAILY TIMES -DISPATCH by mnll-50 cents a month: J5.00 n year; 12.60 for six months; J1.30 for three "tT^SUNDAT TIMES -DISPATCH by tnnil J2.00 n yenr. The DAILY TIMES- DISPATCH, including Sunday. In Richmond nnd Manchester, by rnrrlcr. 12 cents per week, of 60 cetrcs per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. $1.00 n year. All Unslsned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communtcntlons will not ho returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 618 East Broad Street, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9. JM3. Persons leaving the city for tho summer should order Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them. Price, 50 cent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

X POPULAR VICEROY Earl of Dudley, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. THE YOUNG MARLBOROUGH His Appointment as Under Secretary of State for the Colonies Has Caused Some Surprise— King and Queen Love Dogs. By PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch. Copyright, 1903.) LONDON, August B.— Tho Karl of Dudley, the recently appointed Lord Llnutonant of Ireland, who has been naturally very busy durlnf? tho King's visit to Ireland, Ib without doubt tho most popular Viceroy Ireland has had In recent years, which Ib quite In keeping with tho new era of concord that has commenced in the Emerald lule. Directly after hl» appointment he^aml Lady Dudley Ingratiated thcmsoK'Oß with the people by making a prolonged automobile tour In the west of Ireland, where they investigated the conditions under which the Inhabitants of that distressful region live. Lord Dudley Is a handsomo man of thirty-seven, and is the second holder of a revived earldom. He takes Ills title from a grimy Wor<...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

0 '^«|ilil^ 111 1 ! All pink nnd white and fair to view, She steams nwny to-day; See! See! she waves a last adieu Beforo she fades away. She steams RWay so white and pliiK, To mountain and gwishoro, But sad, nlns! It In to think How she'll como back ones more. Those damns* cheeks where now the blush Comes fitfully nn<J jroe?, A» delicate as morning's flush Or golfinp In tho north, Those damask cheeks win fade to brown, Her arms will turn Io red, And shell como back acain to town An lijdian Instead. The sun her auburn locka will Woacft, And call the freckles forth. From footing on the southern bench Or going In the north, A stride thre« feel In length she'll gain, And muscles of a churl— In phort, when she comes back acaln She'll be' a different girl, Thera in nothing* more attrnctWo in women than atralKhttorwardness and sincerity, the quality of being and acting simply what they really arc. Tho charester masquerade deceives no ono and gdds nothing desirable to tho. person...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

A (Continued from Sixth Pag«.) Springs and iflltitlvns In Nelson county Mlm Rofft Mynr*. of Norfolk, i« with hor atsnt, Mrß. Wlllln.tn W. Myers, of No. 1022 West Grnce fitrc«t. • • ♦ Mr. Dirk Wood, or SfiOWdeti, Vn., flh'l Mr. Henry Holchklss. of thin city, nro Bpendlnp their summer vnrntlon nt Olfert-, eyle, the country homo of Mr. and Mrs. Gnorgo W. Stevenf, In Hockbrlrige county Mrs. K. Wltherr. Sydnor find Mlrr Elizabeth Myers uro ru»»lh ot Major A. Myers, in Norfolk. t • • Miss Mlnnlfl Hnrltnan hBB returned aftrr a Bnvpml-wcoks" visit to friends In North Carolina. Mfß. Irvln Wntkinis is vlflting relntlvps in the nrtrth. Mrs. William H. Jilnor has ffttUfned to the city f)fti»r n Hovijrnl-we^ks 1 visit to Goshcn nnd the ItoftMbrldgO Alum NVxt wnek nho will bo trire rucbl of Mrs. Duflloy Norfleet al her cottage noar Cape Henry. Mr. Wm N. Bnrrott and family, of No. 1013 Floyd Avenue, ■will BP'ivl the summor at "Cntnlpa." thn homo of .Mr. Barrett's daughter. Mrs. Kdmonlu Vashon. IMl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

! ROCK ALUM AT ZENITH The Guests Are All Busy with /Many Pleasures. GOLF A CHIEF DELIGHT Pink Coats Add Picturesque Color to the Lawns on Fair Days—Progressive Euchre, an Old Prime Favorite, Has Lost No Charm. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) .tOCKBRIPOE ALUM SPRINGS, VA., Außuet B.— Daily Incoming trains are crowded with city folk* bent on seeking pleasure In this.' cool and charming retreat. The season Is rapidly reaching Its fctlght, and though the guests may he like tha lawyer In the Canterbury Tales, "who tc«me<3 busier than he was," certain It U that all are occupied with ploas\ir* from early morn until midnight. Just now gob! Is ono of the chief daylight at- ' tractions, nnd when tho mornings are cool the pink coats appear and add a : j>lcturesquone*6 to tho scene. OOL.F TOURNAMENT. The links are In ejcoellent condition, and | the oonte«t la th» medal play golf tourinament was spirited. The lady's prize v?as | -won by Mrs. K. G Dawley, of Charleston, rW....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

A" HIGH TIDE AT OLD SWEET A Magnificent Bal Poudro Led Round of Gayety. TO W. VA'S GOVERNOR A Handicap Golf Tournament Lasting Several Days — Another to Bo Inaugurated In Which Girls May Enter— Other Gayeties. (Special to ThnTlmes.Dlwp.ltoli.) OLD SWEET SPRINGS, W, VA., Aug. B.— Life Is nt high tide at Old 'Sweet In August, nnd tho other days (tit by on winged feet. The brilliant bal poudrs, in which Iho cotillon was led by Mr. Sterrett nnd p:etty nnd winsome Mlkr Catching!*, and which was mentioned In lant Sunday's lftier. Inaugurated a fresh round o( gay d&ncep, anil the morn record of the tinmen of ull taking part would fil] columtiß o£ The Tlmes-Dlapateh. A reception to tho Governor of West Virginia and hln Btaff, together with the ladle.s of the olllclnl party, two "favoi ficrmanH," a golf tournament nnrt a B/itn<» of base-ball between the Old Sweet and Sweet Chalybeate trmms aro »nra» of tho big events of the week. Tho gubernatorial reception, thoughtful...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

(TO f THE BOOK KEEPER THE BOOK-K3OETDR. Rook-kerplnK '* n mercantile term, uppcl to d>nnto the method of keeping accounts of any kind In such a manner that .-i porpon may nt nny time know tho exact Mnte of his ftiTairs. In this practical age few, indood, nre tho men Iw enoush lo trust their ppcuniarj- nffnlrs to memory. Not only do lnrp-e nnd entorprlfliiK llrms Jiave their system nf book-keeping, but also every up-to-date- fanner, mocliajiic nnd dny laborer keep nn account with every person with whom they transact br.plt'ipsp. It has become nn established custom to tench hook-keeplnjr In all pubJio. schools, ana beßldea there am h-.isi-new collepos on every hand, where both lK>y B nnd pirls may learn tho principles ct this business In a fmv months. Wo no lonper marvel at the many anrt varied oocupationn In which tho women fcf to-day are one-aped, be they commercial, financial, literary or domestic. When we read thnt .«omo women are architects nnd some civil en...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

"k SOCIAL LIFE IN VALLEY Pretty Wedding of Mr. Kcrr and Miss Carrier, QUINN SURPRISES FRIENDS His Marriage to Miss Shlrkny, In Washington, Wns Not txpected — New Plant Opens — Personal and Otner Staunton Items. (Special to The TlrnCfl'DlspfttCh.) BTAUNTON, VA., Aug. S.-A pretty but f|iilet wedding took place here on Tuesday evening last, when Mlsa Lucy Currier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. 15. Carrier, was married to Mr. Arthur M. Kcrr. The ceremony was performed at the homo of tho brldr, on North Joflctyun Btreel, by Roy. .J. 'w. CnhtcV. Tho ccrcmony was witnessed by only -.< few of the most Intimate friends and relatives of the contracting parties, Tho hrldo wim beautifully attired In a blut) silk gown with hut and gloves to match and carried h. Shower bouqtiot 61 Bride ro^os. Tho brldo Is an attractive ami oharming young lady. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kcrr left on th<; night train for t.'harIpttesvllle, where the groom l» a rMiig young business man, «nd where they will m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

12 COTTON DRESS GOODS. While our palp of Cotton Good? was 50 prr cent, greater last week than the same week a year Ago, our stock requires that it should be 100 per cent, greater. We think these prices will bring the answer. They are all thfc season's goods and not brought-overs. 4«40. for U'fec. Batiste 40-lneh. f»c for 16c. .TiqiiP Writs, small figures, white and dnrk ground*. Oo^-FuU Blenched Cannon Cloth. r n-4r.— English Dimities and Batiste. SECOND FLOOR. 5?« F This season's safe of Ready-Made Garments has far exceeded any we ever had. and it enables us to close out the balance at the very lowest prices— in fact, in some cases they are less than one-half of regular prices. Shirt Waists. These were, all excellent values at original prices, but note the reductions in order to dose them out quickly: r.Oc. for 85a. Sheer WWta Lnwn ;Wnists. Otte. for tl^O White I^awn Waists, ,Val. lace and cluster tucks. Rl.no for $2.95 White Lawn Waists. J31.1W for J3.46 Whlta Persian Mull Waists;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE T n^ATCH: TO TNDED IMS! SUHiWfIRY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. TVAfiniNTION, Aug. S.-FO**fca«t for "VttS-^aW'SUy SundW ~«h sjEd-Hft "Ess : s in?irio?n.sM to frefh 80Ulh tt'lhdß. / The heat with which Richmond lins tw>*n Buffering inteiv/ whs broken yesterSavby aWe *"™l "' tho iVfjlL 00 *' considerably lowering the tempeniture. BTATB OF THB THfiRMOMETBR. n 'a. '.nt 3 'imi— ::;:;| 9 P. M VI 12 niidnlKhl '_ Average for ii hours re 1-6 HlsheM temperature yesterday ** l>fi\vest tcmperdttire yesterdny » Mcnn temporaturo yenterdfty • ',' formal inmpcriitiire fur August ....•• T)fMv>rturf from tinrm-il t«mp<»rn turc .- • ; Precipitation during r>a?t 24 houiii °» MINIATURE ALMANAC. August li>o3. Pun rUeH B:21 | HIGH TIDE Sun ..'..s 7:09 Mbrnlns 6:IS Moon rl-i....7:4S i^^-^'-; 8 gun ri.-of r,:22 I HIGH TIDE Hun sets 7:08 I Morning »;" Moon r15«?5....!«:15 | Evening »•" RICHMOND. ArnmMit nrplns to-mnrrow in ".c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

2 THEY BROKE •■ MUD PIES East and West End Clubs Have Fair Sport, ARE GETTING IN TRIM iunncrs Asked for Wild Birds So as to Practice for Ihe Approaching Tournament— Weather Wr.s Unfavorable. Despite tho inclomency of tho weather, there was a good crowd of shooters nt the regular meet of the East End Gun Club yesterday. Tho low hanging clouds, coupled with the very strong misled birds, had a ten* dency tn keep down tho score?. It was tho desire of each shooter Hint the trnps bo arranged to throw the "mud pies" nt stronß nnprloH, and fnr nwny, that they might get the practice needed for tho big all-dny tournamont next Saturday. Mr. Bowman "Wiltshire captured the Hunter Arms Company medal, which Is contested for weokly. His handicap allowed, made Ills b. prrfeot ecore; notwithstanding tho .small handicap, Ws -was a good score. Two men Joined the club. This la nno of the most enthusiastic, as well as the larg-est club lv the city. Some of the shooters from tlie Xorthslde Gun Club wore p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

IT II " THE FONLAINE FAMILY ARMS DE LA FONTAINE. 1500. DoubtloM thorn Is no family In Virginia around which clusters ho murh nf romance and historic Interc-Ht as that of Fontaine, which sprang from the martyred Huguenot, .lean de-ln-Fnntnlno, ■who was born in the province of Maine. Franco, near tho borders of Normandy, about the year V.ff). ComlnK to Virginia •nrly In the eighteenth century nnd Intermarrying with such prominent families os HpntftWfiud, Maury, Winston, Cialborne and many others, their history Is lntlm.-ito. ly woven with the exciting events of the period Just previous to tho Revolution. The original name, "Fountain." was evidently one of location; that Is, Jean do-ln-Fountain, or John of the Fountain. living, as Is supposed, near pome noted fountain In the province: but tho "de-la" 1» a sign of nobility, so wo find him In the king's service during Hip reigns of Francis 1., Henry 11. nnd FrnnHs ll.', until Charles IX., when ho resigned, Tho "dc-ln." however, was retai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

* BAL POUDRE AT OLD WHITE Ono of the Most Brilliant in History of tho Old Resort. MRS. PRYOR MOVING SPIRIT A Brilliant Array of Matrons as Chaperones nnda Red Letter Day in the Season at the Greenbrier White, (Special to The TlmM-nispalcri.) GREKNimiKR WHITE SUW'iniß SPRINGS, W. VA., August B.— The groat event Of this week was thp bal rioudre given by the lsdies on Friday night, at which several hundred (rue»ts were present. Tho great secrecy and general air of mystery that tins prevailed regarding the various committee meetings had raised expectations of something unusual lr. tho prnjin rations for this gr«\i.l nnd much talked of function, but tho result Justified these expectations, for tho bnll was generally conceded to lie Iho hand* Bcmost plv«»n at tho Whlto for many years, and the old-time glory of tho place ■was revived Jn earnest. Mrs. Roper A. Pryor, tho pro?ldont of tho BaJl Association, was heartily congratulated on tlio result of h'cr untiring efforts, for to her consumm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 9 August 1903

(B THE COTTON MILL MERGER Blue Ridge and Cockade City Concerns Consolidate. YOUNG' MAN KILLS NEGRO Heard Him Trying to Break Into the Postoffice, and When Negro Attacked Him He Shot, Killing Man Instantly. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) PETERSBURG. VA., August S.-Dcpds trannffrrlng the Dluo Ridge cotton mills and the Cockade rity mills to Iho Virginia Conselldted Milling Company hove been recorded in the clerk's ofllce. In this city. Thn Virginia r.'oncolldated Milling Company wim recently rhartered' with Augustus Wright oresldent. nnd tTharles Hall Davis docretary. Tho company now owns five, m 1 1 1 r at Petersburg. The deed trnnsf»rrinK the Blue Ridge mills contains «n inventory of thp property transferred, which nmountß to }12,6*2.91. The) labilities amount to $11,442.62. The price paid for the mills Is $35,000. The prlco of the. Cockade City mills Is not ■riven. The hhrolb of thn company aro Riven at 963,211, andi the Ilnbllltlcs $36.068.80. Mr. Aug. Wright was the owner of th...

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