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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 June 1903

Stories, Letters. Conundrums and Puzzles for Our Young Folks, The editor of tbo children's pnge greet*? tho now members of tbo T. D. C. C. this ?week with a warm nod of approval. Tho club Is growing nnd expanding in n. wny that Is most gratifying Every morning there Is a neat batch of lattare containing contributions, nnd asking for membership buttons to be Kent. They are forwarded in each Instance with tho warmest wishes for future pleasant ,t-s-i Ciatlon and acquitntanceshlp. In a little while. If tho work of ?pro? gression goes on. the club ?vili have*. Us representative? all over the State of Vir? ginia, and The Tlmes-Dlspateh will have ? department of ever-Increasing Impor ancn, which will reflect the views of bright nnd responsive Virginia girls and boys. A Seal Hunt. ICdltor of Chlldrcn'.-i Page, Tlmes-Dls? pateh: I wish to Join the T. D. C. C. Club, and Hem! you the following story, entitled A (Seal Hunt: . Thero was.onece a family of Eskimo? up In the northern part of Canad...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 7 June 1903

r^r~*T*? XT* j-' -ri BYXOPBIB: ~T?mhhmQ ? SUBMARINE ADVuNru?S OF ALPliONSE AND GASTON, Assisted" bv' Their* Friend. Leon,; They' Search for- a Senken Treasure Ches?. In Three Chapters, Chapter' 2. aLmaH?B^HV-'Otutoti went bc.otP the surface, of. t?ie'isea in editingsuite Jo ^ring.up a chest full of suman treasure. While they werc)bowing?each insi?ed upon .doing tne work hlmieif?thev.v>ere^0Ubied^itp-^yUwo'MarJc9i tLeo? ' ?*-?-?' * ..,,,._, ?>ir,f. of r??*:-?*?' (s^joinp on. Wm?m _ _ J&irnvohilf. Tir*? Copjrlglit, 1503, by W. li. Haw?**.; Cre-il flrlUlii IlIebt-3 ittacrrcd

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 9 June 1903

bt5,bbp,?S: ?8?S IS. I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,262 H ICH MON TUESDAY, JUNE 5)Vin?8." PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY flF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June 8.?Forecast for .Tuesday a.nd Wedneadny: Vlrglnla^-Fhlr Tuesday; Wednesday jinrtly cU'pdy, showers nivj cooler In tha Interior; light south winds, shifting to west and' northwaost. North Carolina?Partly cloudv Tuesday; Wednesday showers jind cooler; light, variable wind?, shifting to northwest. Bui little rain fell yosterdav. The at mosphero,*,however, was sticky and un? comfortable. Tho weather people Iivjk for clajiKllcsH skins to-day, To-morrow there will likely be showers, and It will be cooler. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. fl A. M.76 VI M.'.. 81 ni*. M.S4 ?>', P. M.7G 0 P. M. 70 12 midnight .70 Average .i. 76 Highest temperature yesterday. M Lowest temperature yesterday. 64 Mea h temperature yesterday. 74 Normal temperature for June. 75 Departure from normal temperature. 01 Precipitation during past 24 hours.12 MINIATURE ALMANAC. Ji...

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. — 9 June 1903

th? fftrcnm for miles nnd for week? como, pci'iap?. will be found the vi tlms o? the great catastrophe. THE LIST OF THE DEAD Fifty?eight Bodies Have 3ecn Recovere nnd All but Two Identified. (Bpeela'. to The Times-Dispatch.) SFARTANBURO, S. C, June S.?Tha Interruption of nil means of trafile ana communication, caused by the high wnte; In the Pacolet valley, mnde it. Imp?sslhli until to-night to secure anything like an accurato death roll of the flood vic? tims. The following Is supposed to be a complete list of the drowned: JOSEPH HALL, HIS MOTHER, WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN. BUD EMORY. OLIVER JOHNSON*. E ROBBS, WIFE AND TWO CHIL? DREN. JULIUS BrCKBRSTAFF. AUGUST CALVEnT, WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN. MHS. HINSON* AND CHILD. MRS. WILLIAMS. BL?VTJN MEMBERS OF LOWING FAMILY. MRS. MASSEY AND POUR CHIL? DREN.' . ,-?? GRENABLE STMS. ROBERT F1NLEY AND WITFE. MRS. OWEN'S AND TWO CHILDREN. DOCK WILLIAMS. ROSCOE JOHNSON. MAGGIE KIRRY. GARLAND LONG AND WIFE.. JOHN SWEARINGE AND WIFE. MISS LETETIA OOSHA. ...

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. — 9 June 1903

THE GRAND GROVEHERE Important Meeting of the Druids Last Night. THE OFFICERS ELECTED Reports of the Most Encouraging Na? ture*??..,,^ ""?Grove to As? semble,. ,ain this Evening. The f.rst annual session of the Grand Grove of Virginia, United Ancient Order of Druids, since tho division of the Juris? diction uf North Carolina and Virginia met laat night In the Masonic Templo with 0) or 70 representatives of the various groves of tho Hiato pr?sent. A largo num? ber of past arches woro attendances. Tho following grand olllcera were pres? ent! Past Arch, William arasnotsky; Noblo Arch, John B. Motzen Deputy No blo Arch, T. M. Hurgrave; Secretary, W. P. Doyle, Jr.; Treasurer. Iwan M?ller; Inside Guardian, D. B. Mann; Outsld/? Guardian, George Wels, Marshall, J. E. Raid il eau; Supremo Representatives, Adam Dlacont, 13. 11. Hudson and Louis Gesselbrecht. Arrangements for tho reception to the representatives to the Supreme Grovo of America, which moots In this city In Au? gust, 1904, wero o...

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. — 9 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly at Ko. 4 ' North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered .Tannary 27, 100,1, at Richmond, Vn., as Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is gold at 2 eonts a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is a. cola nt fi con! s a copy. : DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? fit) cents a month* $,".00 n year, ?2T?0 for ?fix months; .Cl.??O for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail P2.00 a venr. The DAIT.Y TIMFS-DISPATCH, in ehnliiifr Stindaj*, in Jliolitnond and Man? chester, hy ('airier, 12 cents per week, or 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Currier, 5 cents por week. The WEEKLY TIMES-Dl?PATCH, ?1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unlnss accompanied by stamps. Uptown Ollleo nt T, A. Miller's, No. SI? East Broad Street. Tl'I'SlTAY, JUNE i>. 1003. From June 1st the price or The Timcs Dlspntch, delivered by carrier within the co...

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. — 9 June 1903

AMERICAN > -MISTS Messages from Covenant Alen Read to Federation. (It.v Ansocliilril I'ri-ffl.) PITTSBUlBi, pa., June 8'4-ar?et?ngfl I from eminent .lews of lue world were j recolved and road Infere the Federation I of American Zlfjnlsts to-day. This tola? gram from Vienna wns sent by Dr. ? lierzl: "The situation of our Russian brethren \ Is very serious and culls for our most i earnest attention, A great emigration I movement from Russia is to bo expected, j We shnll bring to the Baute Congress a programme which, we believe, will help OUT people. With ?SlOli's greeting." Prom Biarritz came thet-e words of I Dr. Mux Nordnu: "I trust you will continue to rlevelop Into a power to (he honor of American '. JewB and to the benefit of the Jewish people, whose position In the world Is more appalling than It has boon at any moment In the last century. The mime ?,f KlBChln?v, written with letters of blood and fire in the old and ever new mnrlyrology of Israel. Is sufficient by Itself to b...

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. — 9 June 1903

ELKS GIVE RECEPTION, a House-Warming and Ban? quet to Their Friends. A NEGRO'S BRAVE RESCUE Saved the Life of a Paralytic at the Risk of His Own?Judge Wnddtll's Court Likely to Be In Session for Two Months. (Specilli to Tho Tlnics-Diepntch.) NORFOLK. VA.. June 8.?The Norfolk Lrfidgo of Elks, No. 38, hnd a house? we rmlng asd banquet to-night. Their new hume is the former Uroner mansion, In College Place. It cost $18,01?, and was already a handsome place, but the lodge has expended $5.(100 additional to Improve the lumie for occupancy. The furniture Is durable and handsome, and tho ornamentation and pictured display excellent Judgment and exipiislte taste. Tho lot is not covered In tho rear ot Iho present building, but next year the tlks expect to have a large nrd suitable lodge-room built and ready for occu? pancy. The meeting to-night was a re? ception for the members and for visiting Elks In the new home. It Wll!? a grand and gay house-warming. There Is a membership of over 6;?, a...

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. — 9 June 1903

THE HEARST COMPLAINT Commerce Commission Hears Further Testimony. CONTRACTS READ IN COURT Former President of Delaware & Hud? son Testified that Price of Coal Was Kept Down Out of Defer- >,.' enco to Needs of the Public. (By Associated Press.) NEW ?'ORK:, June 8.?Tho Intorstate Commerce Commission to-day continued the investigation of the complaint ?if \V. R. lleaist that the coal carrying railroads uro Violating the imti i.lu.i; section Of the Sherman anti-trust law, Robert M. Oliphant, former president ol th<! Delaware and Hudson, one of the respondent roads, corroborated tho -state? ments of tho other coal men, who have testified that tho price of coal to the pub? lic In to bo raised ten cents a ton a month until a maximum Increase of llfty cent? a ton Is reached. Ho was not pre? pared to euy that the Increased cost of production would not exceed thirty cents' Mr. ialii.ia.il,i said he doubted if his company made any money when coal was selling In New York at M or less....

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. — 9 June 1903

ITS SALE SEEMS SURE Tlie Continental Tobacco Co. and Butler & Bosher. REPORTED PRICE PAID Big Concern Said to Have Given $175, OO? for a Three-fourths Interest. All Tobacco Men Believe Deal is Made. Persistent rumors on Shockoe Slip yes? terday are to the effect that the tobacco manufacturing plant of Butler and Bosher, in this city, has passed into the control of the Continental Tobacco Com? pany, or will very shortly do so. The very peculiar deflnltness of this latest report In connection with the Butler fac? tory gives it cast among; tobacco men. For the past two years Intervals of a few months have witnessed revivals of the statement that the concern bad gone Into the hands of the trust, and as regu? larly as they got abroad the rumors were denied. Only very reoently Mr. But? ler Issued a flat and positive denial of the truth of one of these reports' and do? e-tared that he had not sold out and did not then contemplate taking such a step. Yesterday, however, the entire tobac...

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. — 9 June 1903

WEEK'S TRIP, ANDjTSFREE Unusual Opportunities Of? fered by Tee-Dee Contest. MUCH INTEREST AROUSED Young Ladios Who Will Enter tho Pleasure-Giving Contests Busy Lay? ing Plans to Capture the Prizes. Ballots Are Pouring In, Tho Teo-Dco 8ummor Outing Tours of ?or mudo in Sunday;? Issua bus mot with Instant favor. A week ?it Hie seashore or in the uioun Inlns for a partv of three, two young: ladles and a chupcron, 1? a proposition that seems to have struck a popular chord. ??MPcelully so. as tin? Tee-Duo will pay all the bills, railroad fares to and from the resorts and a week's bill at une of the elegant hotels on tho Tce-Deo list. A largo number of ballots wero de? posited yesterday and a good many cum blnallons ui'c being formed. Thero will no d?iubt bo some sharp electioneering done bv the fair sex. Then: will bo fourteen parties, each coiiHtxtlng of two young bulles und a chaperon. The ladles aro to bo voted fpr In pairs on the sainu coupon and euch pair will have the privilege of ...

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. — 9 June 1903

STOCKSSOLD IN FLOODS Efforts to Force Prices Up Were Futile. SOME CALLING OF LOANS This Forced Selling of Stocks and the Bears Profited?Prices Rallied a Lillle at Close on Covering of Shorts, (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, June S.-Kfforts were m?ide to force up prices to-day. under a riootl of liquidation. During the hist hour this nauldation had apparently spent Its rorro and in order to cover their short contracts the room traders were obliged to bid up prices from 1 to 1 1-2 for the active stocks, curtailing by that much the extreme losses for the day. lhe principal selling was amongst the corn carriers and the cotton-carriers mid the noalers wero also subjected to heavy se - fn? pressure. These movements were ap ?DM-ontlv busos in purl upon the belated hfn lug of tbo com crop, the poor con? dition of tho cotton crop and the tears that labor roubles will tt?ain break out In the anthracite mining region. An un? confirmed rumor that thu now Rock Is? land authorities are taking st...

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. — 9 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED, t?mala Stenographer, ubi? to In? ?renlo her Income by using n mach?n? 2D fo 40 per cent, speedier thnn tho rent, mid On (la-ronni- of iip-to-i?ot? feature? must tuft, not hotter work with les? rncntnl nnd pliyolenl effort. Adilroi? OI.1V Fill '"STANDARD VISI? BLE 'VHlTKfi, Richmond._ WANTED, to employ ft lady eaahlar; one ?cho hns linal experience. Apply Ihln morning nfter n:?n THALHIMBIt nitOK., Fifth nnd llronal. WANTED, a good COOK; good wage? and good ? home to tho rljttit pnrty. Apply Immediately at 417 North I'luth Street, between Marahull anal Clay Klrcct?, HELP WANTED?MALE, WANTED, a young man, with experience, a> a snlo?tnnn: reference? rci|ulreal. Reply In mm handwriting. II. II. H.. onre this office. WANTED, a party with knowledge of itnoklng men In; must ba ?ober und Industrious. Apply OtJDAHY PACKING TO. . ? ___ WANTED, a man who thoroughly understand? cleaning, prosing nnd tlyclng; none other need apply. WBST-BND CbtJANlNO, RE? PAIRING k ...

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. — 9 June 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. | Miller ? Rhoads. Shirtwaist Suits, $1.98 Each, Worth From $2.98 to $5.98. We placo on salo this morning 145 Shirt-Waist Suits, pur? chased by Its last week. These garments sold a few weeks ago from $2.98 to S3.98. Our price to-day for any one of them is $1.98. \ Thej* consist of White nnd Black Ground Lawns, with neat figures, some of them polka-dots ; Colored Striped Lawn, Linen-Colored Lawn, with Bedford Cords ; Oxford weaves in linen coloii, cadetand light blue. They are tailored iu the best manner and finished ?with largo pearl i buttons. Opportunities like these are sometimes to be had about Septem? ber first, but we've never known any before thus early in June. j ?**>$>$>3><?a<J^$>^y?><?>^ I Social and ?Personal \ The wedding of Miss Virginia Chiles Wlnfree, the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Wlnfree, to Mr. Edward Daw rent? Gibbon, of Baltimore, was cela* lirated in the home of the bride's parents, No 9 North Twenty-ninth Stre...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 10 June 1903

_fW5^-S19ffiffi-?'-| WHOLE NUMBER, 16,263. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, ?TUNE 10,1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS i - THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Juno 9.?Forecast fo: Wednesday and Thursday: Virginia?Bhoweis nnd cooler Wednes ?day; Thursday partly cloudy, probablj ?howers In south portion; fresh soutl wln'ls, becoming northwest. N'nrth Carolina?Showers and coolei Wednesday, variable winds, becoming northwest and fresh; Thursday partlj cloudy, probably showers. Yesterday was considerably wattnei than Its two predecessors. Th?ro was n' rain, and tho sun regained much of lti lost power. To-day showers, ftCCOmpujllod by 'imler -weather, are scheduled by th( prophet. 8TATB OP THJEJ T?-tBRMOMBTBR? B A. M.73 12 M.S2 ? P. M.S6 fi P. M. fZ P P. M. 79 12 midnight .M) Average . SO5-1 Highest temperature yesterday.?' Lowest temp?rature yesterday.ft Mean temperature yesterday.7( Normnl temperature for June..".7/ Departure from normal temp?rature. 0] Precipitation during past 2i hours... ?,...

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. — 10 June 1903

?member* of (he government who had apokon on the .?object had "spoken for themspfves nnd not for the government. All that bnd thus fnr boon Stlt?tifited ?was 1hnt the mutter should bo discussed and Inquired Into, INQUIRY DESIRABLE, Mr. Ritchie snld he thought, in com? mon with all his colleagues, that such an Inquiry was eminently desirable from ?"?"?very point of view, nnd concluded with faring that the grain duty wns properly Imposed at n time of prest na? tional emergency, and hftd been properly removed when tho pros? ports were brlphler. H" denied th'it there hnd been any Inconsistency, and ?while he regretted that the government hnd wounded the feelings of pome of Its supporters, he believed Its action would bo endorsed by the country. Mr. Ritchie's outspoken repudiation of Mr. Chamberlain's proposals mused an Immense sensation In the lobbies of the House. No such situation had risen In the. parliamentary world since the me? morable split on the h" mreule bill, nnd the keenest ...

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. — 10 June 1903

COUNCIL OF MANCHESTER Telephone Franchise Adopted by Lower Branch. TAYLOR SUCCEEDS GILL New Member Chosen?Will Give Prop? erly to Big Manufacturing Concern. Water Department Elects Offi? cers?News and Personal. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, I No. 1102 Hull Street, f A sultry wave of atmosphere floated across the Council chamber hist night, and It was nil Councllmen Pettlt and Owen could do to keep cool. It was the regular meeting of the bo.ly and a whole lot of business was done, In? cluding the ndoptlon of tho telephone franchise that came up from the Ordi? nance Committee; tho granting of three acres of land adjoining Maury Cemetery to a Richmond manufacturing concern under certain restrictions; tho passage of an ordinance prohibiting the wearing of bells by cows; the approval of a measure creating the office of gas Inspector, and tho election of Mr. T. E. Taylor to fill the, -i-acancy from the Fourth Ward. Besides these Important measures a large batch of minor bills was pass...

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. — 10 June 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published Daily nncl Weekly fit Xo. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Eiiter<>fl Jnnunry 27, 1003, nt Richmond, Vn., ns Second Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Bold nt 2 rents a ropy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH 3s fold at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail? fiO cents a month* $o-00 n year, $2.50 for six mont lis ? $1.."0 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH hy mail 552.00 n venr. The DATT.Y TIMES-DISPATCH, in cludiii?? Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cents per week, or f>0 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, .*> cents per week., The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 venr. All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Ofllec nt T. A. Miller's, No. 1-19 East Broad Street. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1903. Prom June 1st the price of The Tlmcs "Dlspnlch, delivered by carrier within tho ...

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. — 10 June 1903

ARE AFTER PENSY ROAD important Financial Interest Seeks Control. IT CAUSES MUCH GOSSIP Rockefeller-Gould Combine is the One Which Has Made the OfTer, Accord? ing to the Report of Dame Rumor. (Ily AsnnrlntPtl pre*?.) NEW YORK, June 9.?The statement is made on the host of authority that an offer lias been mude to the syndicate which hns agreed to underwrite the $7S, 00*1,0110 new Pennsylvania Railroad Block at 120 by a very Important flnanclnl In? terest to take over any part or nil of tho Block that may come Into tho syndicate's possession. In fact, It Is asserted that this flnanclnl Interest Is ready to tnko all tho new stock. It Is intimated that with Its prcesnt holdings tho possession of the new slock would probably carry fwutrul of tbnt potential property. Tho Identity of the interest which seeks control of the Pennsylvania is not dis? closed, but rumor hns for some time attributed such n desire to a group of very powerful. financiers, Including tho Rockefeller-Gould Interests I...

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. — 10 June 1903

UNCLE LARRY REMEMBERED His A.emory and His Grave Will Be Kept Green MONUMENT IS UNVEILED Interesting Exorcises nt Randolph Macon College and at the Cemetery. Two Granite Hearts and Their Remarkable History. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ASHLAND, XA-, Juna H.?Before a targe audience in the lecture room of Rnndolph-Macon College tho exercises In? cident to the unveiling of tho granite shaft erected to the memory of Rev. 1. B. Daurens (Uncle Larry) were begun by the singing nf "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" Tha Rosebud Missionary Society, com? posed of dear little tola, inarched in, car? rying handfuls of beautiful rosebuds. They took seats in front of the rostrum, where Rev. Thomas H. Campbell, who conducted the exorcises: Bishop John C. ttranbery, Drs. Taul Whltehead, XV. E. Judklns and George H. Ray were seated. The opening prayer wns made by Bishop Granbery, after which "Amazing Grace" was sung. Addresses were then made by Mr. Campbell, Dr. Whltehead end Dr. Ray?Drs. Rny, ...

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