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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

c GREATEST FESTIVAL IN THE WEDNESDAY CLUB'S The Programmes That Have Been Arranged, THE CHILDREN AT THE MATINEE This Will be One of the Most Attractive Features. LIST OF SINGERS WHO WILL PARTICIPATE Members of the Club Among Whom Arc Many of the Best-Known Citizens of Richmond. What tho Organization Has Accom/plished in tho Past Few Years. jho gToat musical event of tho year— to-wlt, tho annual festival of tho Wednesday Clul>— will begin to-morrow night at thrj Academy, nnd will bo brought to a clone with two concerts on Tuesday. This year tho fostlvul is of far more tlinti ordinary Intercut. The 'club ha*, worked for ten yeai-H In the Interest of tho cultivation of musical tiuite hi thin community, and thin season, at the tenth in 1 1 e-H tnnf, It looks h.-fck and asks the public (indorsement 'of Its effort. Tho fentival thin year Is not to be no much of a testimonial benefit, however, as It fn n review of tho p:iHt nnd a pause to conrlilit Whether all the effort Is wort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

(Special to Tho Tlmos-DlKpatch.) KING WHJ-.IAM COURT-HOUSE, VA., .''April 25. — Tho county of King Wlllliim in "tills State la one of the most futile In Tidewater Virginia. About forty-five miles long, with an average width of eight miles, this narrow strip of land lying between tho Mattapony nnd Pamunkoy ■ the Legislature for v quarter of a century. This handsome farm; is now tho property of L. B. Williams, of Mftfyhlgh overhead, milking a roof an It wore of their entortwlned brunches. One of ■the most interesting sights nt Pnm|>utiko 1b Undo Edinburgh, an old darkey, who lives in a little liir cabin., some distance from the othec.-'bulMing,'' He Is said to havo suggested the title to Dr. Thomas Kelson Page's well-luiown Htory "Undo INTEREST Alany in Kino George Are Willing to Serve the Public. •~' (Special to The Tlmci-DUpatch.) COMORM. VA., April 86— Politics rocelves a full chare of public attention In this section of tha State, aiul It Is ulrjady qultu clear to the m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Great Foundries (Bpenlnl Correspondence of Tb" Tlmes-Dls-palch.) ESSEN, ON TIIIC RUHR, \prll 14.— 1 ftm Iti the hrjfirt <>f the I'rUDslftn Hliiok Country, whom tho foundries and factories are as thick rut In the Black Country of ISngland or In our own Black Country about I'lttfiburg. The Inhd Is underlaid with coal nnd Iron, and upon It has grown one of the i;rf'fitest ftteel centers of tho world. 1 rorie here through forests of smokestacks. Thero nrt> cities and villager nil nlxiut nic which have Btecl ami Iron mills. SollnKcn, tn'o HhffllPld of Germany. Is not far away, nnd within n hundred-mile rndlns nro towns making nlmost everything under tho sun. Thore nre woolen factories nnd col ton factories, ullk mills and velvet mills. Thero are Kla.is works, stool works, and groat shops for the equipment of railroads, steamships and every other stnol thing under tho sun. Tho heart of this region Is Essen nnd the soul of It Is the Krupps. The chief Krupp ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

2E| <s> For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. Por the Business Han Too Busy to Know. jfmert'ean jtffairs. TOR MTTCTICirAL OWNERSHIP. A Mil authorizing every city m the State to own, construct, purc.hfi.po, mortjraire nti'd lease street railways cths agreed jif.nn by the House Committee of Municipal Corporations of tho Illinois Legislature. UKVERY AS A REFORMER. Following the final decision of the courts and the action of tho Tammany leaders which hnrrod former Chief of Police Devery from enterlnß ftp a district leader. Mr. Devery has beon Ir.vlted by tho Roy. dins. H. I'ark.hurst to |oln the fuplon forces nnfl be .a sure enoujrh reformer In subsequent campaigns. HAA'NAUBOR'S DEFENDED. In a speech before the delegates of the Iron, Steel nnd Tin Workers' Association Rt 'Columbus, Ohio. Tuesday, U- B. Hen. Hanna described tho work of tho Civic Federation nnd criticised tho address ot Mr. Parry before- tho Manufacturers' AsBocl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

c HIS TITLE TO FAME Duke of Buccelugh, Known as Husband of His Wife. IS AN AMBITIOUS WOMAN The Duchess is a Close Friond of Queen Alexandra and, Like tho Queen, Condomns the Rapid Pace of tho Smart Set. BY PAUL LAMBETH. Special Cable to the Times-Dispatch. Copyright 1903.) LONDON, April 25.-Tho Duko of IluccoluKh, one of tho richest noblemen in Scotland, has loaned his palace Dnlkhelth to King Edward for the latter's occupnncy during hin vlolt to Scotland next month. The Duko of Bucceliigh, like many other British dukes. Is best known to fame tin the husband of his wife. Tho Duchess of Uuccelugh is Mistress of tho Robes In tho houchold of the CJucon. Bhe is a clover, nmbltlous woman nnd overnhnrlowH the duko, despite his wealth. The Duchess Is an Intimate friend of Quocn Alexandra, and, like the Queen, condemns tho rapid pace of the "smart KOt." . Tho Duchess doesn't permit bridge gamMlriß fit her house parties and frowns upon tho morals and rnodo of life of the women of her class w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Mental and Physical Exercises Which Should Cure 'cotics Should Not be Taken. By KATHERINE MORTON. (Copyright 1903.) Tht- best cosmetic In tho world Is sleep. No woman enn be beautiful, or as beaullful as slif> should be, who does not get her full allowance of sloop— nt lonst olgbt liours out of the twenty-four. Neither a face tint, nor n Fkln wbltcner. n comrOexlon brush nor n tonic is needed by tho womnn \vho c.nn sleep. All tbe mneprtpe nivl beitUt}' baths nnd rhVHlr-nl culture In the world cnn.not lteop fapc;c-d ehcelcp, hollow eyes and blanched face? at a distnnco. If sleep Is neglected. Therefore. If womnn would be radlnnt nnd lovely, -vonian must know bow to slopp or leftrn how to do fo. Do you suffer frori Insomnia? You must sol about n euro nt once. Many are the devices for conquering' this trouble. One is to concontrate the. thoughts on some unreal. Intangible Bublect. Fiicb ns a dream or a fancy, and to 'carefully avoid thinking of anything to do with actual on ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

By He Hair You Shall Judge the Smart, Well' Dressed Woman jrjT her hair (thai! you Judße. nor, but the avera-pe tS American woman does not fully appreciate the fact. If ehe did, slie would Hpt-nd more money with (.he halrtlreflsors nnd l«as with the milliner. inoi"e tlmo before her mirror nnd less besldo her machine. WeM-colffured hnlr nets tlio hallmark on a woll-brert. smart woman. Uncared-for, linntly dressed hair will flftstroy tho Illusion of Uie smartest frock. At>ove all thlnjrs. the hair should hn kept clean. There poonlng Is detrimental to tha linlr. Dirt and dust wore never proved to be healthful. Brushes should bn kept clean, nnd x pufflclent number on linnri to admit of their being waahed directly after each using. A brush should never ha used twice on tho hair without cleansing. Both long and short bristled brushes should bo uned, nnd there Is no better remedy for dandruff than per-il.-i.-mt brushing*/ 3 Massage Iti desirable If properly a<smliilKl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

ao GOOD STORIES FOR BRIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS. This, Little One, Is tho story of Ethel Elvira, who lived In the wild Northland, ju»t where the pine tri?e» come down to V«ep Into tho mirror of r great ln.ko. Kthel Klvlra wore her "Sunday-go-to-Bieetlng" names, nnd they went with a flress that had; lots of starch, a sash that hud lots of rustle, n.ml new shoes that hnd lots of sc]ii(\nli. On week days her mother called her "Buddlo," which Is shorter and easier to say, especially If one Is In a hurry— as Buddlo's mother always wn«. Buddie lived I In a log house a short ptone's-throw from tho shore of ( the lake. And a wild shoro It wns— not at nil the port of shore that you, Little Ono, would like; for there was no sandy bench, to dig In. Here nnd there were short sketches of rough gravel, which some day would be sand, but mostly it wna black rock r.nfl deep, cold water, which the sun nov-. er succeeded In wnrming. ' As far as you could see up nnd down tho Inke, there was )io other house; ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

M'CRADY'S "HISTORY OF S. C" ALTSHELER'S "MY CAPTIVE" "A Comedy of Conscience." "The Blue Goose"— "Our Homes and How to Beau : Ufy Them"— "Control of Heredity"— "ln the Trail of the Pack Mule"— "Ethics of the Body." BOOKS AND AUTHORS: COMMENT AND GOSSIP Joseph A. Allsheler, a Sketch— A Posthumous Novel by Stockton— O. D. Gibson's New Book— General John B. Gordon's Memoirs. Identity of the Author of "A Virginia Girl." Mrs. Q. Vero Tyler. An Iconoclasm. MY CAPTIVB. By Joseph A. Ashelor D. Appleton and Company, publishers. Now York. For Balo at the book stores. "Aly Captive," Is ono of thoso churmlng little romances, very outcrtiUningly written, which wo can rocommond without hesitation to our ™ adorn. Wo had occailon. Boveral wooka ago, to discuss rather unfavorably, Mr. AKsliolcr's luteat novel, '•Before tho Dawn,'< and alnco then wo have had the slightly unfavorable) impresfiloflThat It left removed by the pleasure of receiving a copy of this earlier work of his and of rea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

THE TIMES— DISPATCH: RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, APRIL 26. T903. A Story of isicredible Adventures and Inexhaustible Politeness. In "Four Chapters. Chapter 1. IT SERVED HIM RIGHT Copyrißht, 1003, bj V?. It. Hetrct. dr«»t tfrlUln f»Eht»'nfl«nr»d. C«i>rr(gtt. I*ol. br V.'B. w n«»wt Or»*t BrlUla Ttlghu Itowrrta.. (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT SUNDAY.)

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

LA TE NEWS: WANT PAGES. THR TIMK.S. FOUNDED 18S0 THR DISPATCH. FOUNDED I*3o. SMARY OF DAY'S NEWS fulr; winds becoming' northWest anil fr^r.li. Unibrollii^ were quite popular thn |rrr>aler portion of yesterdays but the weather Ei w.-is pleasant. Tn-dny tlicro uliowors In tho floutheasli and tho woathor is expected to bo :OF TH I3 THjJIIMOMETIin. 12 midnight '////////.....'.......'..'..'.....'.'. 54 A vorago M 1 -fi Highest tomperature yesterday M i.'iwst tcrnpnrttttiro yosterdoy f.l Mean lemperaturo ysatorday X'> Nurmnl tempera turo ((jr April f«l Departure from normni iotnperature. w rrcclpitutlon during pant 21 hours... .02 MINIATURE ALMANAC. April 26; 1303. Sun Hk«» 5-2J lIIOH flUi-j. Sun sot* 8:53 Mornim; 3MO Uotm rises.... 4 :W Evening 4:W April 27, VM., Sun rises .1:21 HI'SH TIDK. 3un si'ls G:r,4 Morning 4:23 lloon nets 7:W Evening 4:SI RICHMOND, M!nlr,tnr errtbracei) lilh wlfo find troiiblo follows Closo of tho Bi;«slyti of the oductttora — Curry moulliif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

z th* confession of the "ll«" on wh!ch the H*v, Mr. Oreaves udf» hi* hammer with mich rlfrhfoouH visror: "SUtftner.t— l, W. A. Ka«ooo. make th« folli>«rlnir ptntpm^nt: I nm the man vrhn am responsible for the Information givtm Nfr. A. J. Orindls that the lndy whom he saw with Mr. Oroavo* Iftst Sunday »/tf>rnoon wiis not hln wife. I do not know his wlfp. and do not know whether my statement was correct or not; I mn«1« the Rtntpm*nt that Kobei-t Wrtiy tolfl m* that the lady wns p" 0 ™" than Mrs. Qtw**: I now retrnct that utatoment, it wrs Incorrrot. I mwj tn<« (itntoment thnt Niimn Wlnet^ad salo the Iftdv was not Mrp. OtftfcVMl I rctrant thM Htat«ta«nt, It was Incorrect. I made t^if i<lii«f>mont that Herbert Morrison tmlil thn lndy wns nnt >trs. Orenvep; I retract thnt st.itenient, It tvai Ir.enrreft. Thp truth Is. I hnrt no pood reni«ori Tor tMllnß what I did, nnd am sorry I did ho." CITTZTWB TO THE RBSCUB. ft Nnt cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

T5 ______ piano owners M _ u -j_;_ r , l ._^^:'_ i __. Ma TTewT c w" U ghtby lons J^^Lj *~™"T"TTr Have lncrea*ed the Useful. ♦"ZT.''rT*.''lTn"LT^T» i Th^YlpiiT. "Z'+'^ZTZZ _*V*_*JL_J ne.is of Their Pianos . „ -„.;- , i r— ■ \mnTnmmi*i ' rw> ',% . •> * ■ . '"" ■'■'■■'■■»■»»■■ — —^ n ihousnntiPoiJ — -^ — -~^«-'«~- -■-»»» Talking Machine- pl-"""'"-p 1 -"""'"-- — ■■-- I:i I M 4 bylJiilng _„ _. . The Acme ol l!rallsm RcJuccu The PiailOlA. / to Mcchnnlsm. ii 1 1 1 1 | r ~ iT| REGINA PERFECT SATISFACTION SPELLS ECONOMY. MUSIC V y°" w' v 'if' '» Plaiif) lliaf. vvr.ii nnvor fail or disappoint yon, then choose ft BOXES. Steinway, Knafao, l?art!n?.n, Standard, Kimbat! or Malnas. A UniHIPM rrpcrtolro. «A7AJ IPHPD F> Tl^lint^^TQ /U r^MPAMV Avaßf.funcloffro.Hl W/*L<il JC^J^L BJ. IViUvSXrfW* O \^\J W&ST JtW* 2 > n "ym!r n nSofi! '" AU tho Musl ° of llin Ol(1 anil Nl:w VV °' ld "' 3 '"' AST lll<()At) srlni n ■ COL. COBBE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

« Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby .Skin Diseases. Bwrlllnps, Carbuncles, rimpics. Sffofula Permanently cured by taking Botanlo Mood Balm. It destroys the actlvo ])olpon In tlio blood. IF YOU HAVE aches and pnlns In bones, back and joints, Hchtntr Scabby f?kln, Blood feels hot or thin, Swollen dlands, Rlslnes .-in.l Bumps mi •hr Skin, Slucus Patches in Mouth, Soro ■'•Jiroiit, Pimples, or offensive eruptions. ■opp&r-coloretl .Spots or ra-^h on Skin, nil .. ,:T:-(li)wn. or nervous, 'Ulcers on nny part „f tv bodj>, Hair or Eyebrows falling hi;. Carbuncles or Bolls, take Botanic Blood Balm, Guaranteed 1o cure <_>\*en the worst nnd most deep* sealed cases where doctors. patent medicines, mill hot pprlnus fall. Henls iril ■ sores, flops all nches and pains, reduces .ill swellings, mnkps Mood pure and rich, completely changing tho entire body Into b clean, healthy condition, n. B. 13, has rured thousands of enscs of Blood Poison »yen aftrr reaching; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

■ . 3? TRAVELERS' CONVENTION At Danvlllo Was an Enjoyable and Interesting Aleoling. LYNCHBURG NEXT YEAR Travolers' Protectlvo Association Never In a Moro Prosperous Condition. SpUindid Reports Showing tho Progress During Year. (8p«cl»l to Tha TlmoH-Dliinntcb.) DANVIMJB, VA., April 25.-Ono of tho best anil largest Slate convontlons of the Travelers' Protective) Annotation of "VlrfdnJa Division, evnr hold began Jts mooting on Krlrlny last and occupied two days In tho hosyltablo city of Danvlllo. Va, Tne convention was called to order by President of Post H, of that city, Mr, E. W. Dlxon, and nftor prayer by tho Hoy. Cleveland Hall, Post X's chaplain, uOdrosn of Welcome was made by the Mayor, Mr. Wooding, of Dan vlllo, and ronpomled to by Colonel John S. Jlarwood, of Richmond, 071 bohaljC of tho convention. At tho conclusion of ttioso excrclnes Hlate JYoßldont T. H. Hochwlth, of Petersburg, took tho chair, announcing that tho twelfth annual convention of Virginia Division Travelers' Pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

R UNWRITTEN HISTORY Major John C. Alderson Relates Interesting Chapters. LINCOLN BROKE PLEDGE He Had Agreed Not to Call on Virginia io Furnish Troops, but Pressure of Stanton Was Too Great. The Consequence. The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 G Street, N. W., Washington. V). C. April 2oth. . jM.iJor John C. Alderson, formerly of West Virginia, but now of Wall Street, pome tlmo nn officer In the Confederate army, told me n most remarkable story nt tho New Wlllard to-day relating to President Lincoln nnd -his nttltudo after tho war towards tho States which had eecedod from the Union. "In April. ISOS, Just after tho end of tho war," said Major Alderson, "I was Bitting on tho porch of tho residence of Lieutenant-Governor Price, in Lewlsburg-, In Greenlirier county. I had Just gotten home from tho army, find you may well believe I was enjoying the rest nnd tho company of the prettiest girl in the world, Governor Prlco's daughter, who was on i Uie porch with me. "While wo wore talking." M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

71 STATUS OF THEIR WORK Legislature May Not Adjourn on the 15th of May. A DIVERSHY OF OPINION Many Think That If the Body Takes a Recess on tho Date Named Much Work Will Be Left Unfinished. Although tho General Assembly has can bo disposed of by date agreed upon. Wlill* ther« are many who express the hope that tho work can bo dlapoßcfl of In tlmo for adjournment until October, thero In none who expresses well grounded, coiWldenco that this will, bo done. Tho purpose of tho adjournment Is to permit tho consideration of the Brent masH of legislation drafted by the standIng committees of the two bodies to lx, revised nnd completed by the CommlUr-o on Final Revision and Adjustment. Thla committee will work In vacation, nnd n resolution appropriating 17,u<)0 to defray Its expenses has already passed both }ious'?h. When tbd General Assembly determined early In tho session to undortnko a complete rvlslon of tho Codo, tho work was divided among the regular standing committees of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

8 13 A PBSEASE! **Will>Power" Wilt Not Cure It. lirint in thi» grn«t<<«t enr*B nf >n«nltlniJ. Mmr ft young tnnn 0? grmlcit pmmlst hil found l tho dllOiononxl crirn of n drunkard Inntnnd of an tonornM* pl«c» In aocWtj-. . .. . ( FhrKict/<ns have lonf wopnlrtxl ttias ton.tinned lndnlprtKe In nlfohrllc ftimnlnnt* cnnso« thii stomach anil dtffstlvp orcnn« to bfromiillf/raw.l. In tbp TB»t majority o£ cn^f^ tbtrcttr*, habitual dmtihcntirßß In n rhj-nli-ol (it*M«, ana no smcunt of tnpnml rciolTe or - ( •^fc^Tfffi'Ustmnn,* and rnnMAKENTLT CrRIJ IEB DRINK HADIT. , M> rtidrtntee 1hl« «n<l t^ill rrfnnd th» mnniij' > Shonld tbP rrmivij- foil. But It nCTcr r!w« fill! "0SBIME" In Inntilfas, o;Urlp«J and color!pb«, acd enn b» gi™n wlthoiit \bo pslltnt 1 ltioirle<sc« tn trn. c^ffco. wnter or milk. It Vonmt op Jh<! dlncntcd atowo^h and elres « lirnrtr arpot'to nrrt B^fl 0.!pp»l!on. Mpml&...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

Ti AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. By Kilwarrl S. Rr>se Compnny, Ro.il Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE' 3 BAI7K OF FRAME COTTAdfi NO. 10 SOUTH IIAnVIB STREET. By virtue of n enrlnln 6ncA r.f lru»J flatofl loth day of Apill, 1002, nf record In the clerk's offi™ of Rlrhmond Chnnmry Court, D, 13. 178 H. pn«o «71. default having heen mnde In tlio payment of the ciont thereby Buoured. find lielntr minimi by the beneficiary ho to do, 1 will sell by auction, upon the prftmlsoß, on MONDAY. A mil, 27, 1903, at 6 o'clock V. M.. T.he property numbered nn alrove. Thn lot hns n frontnge of 2k feet on th<? went line of Unrvle Street by a doptli of HOfi-12 feot: also a lot of Wk feot south of nnd adjoining the nbove lot In lho renr. Tho dwelling 1r attractive In design and unusually well arranged and constructed. THUMB— Cash as (o expeneefl at nnls, all past due t.ixes, and bnlnnco due on notes of $l,71fl.l«, thn residue an may bo named at tlmo of pule. EDWARD 8. ROSE, Trustee. N. B.— Tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 April 1903

10 MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Csnts, Cash in Advance QHE GEKT a WGB3. HELP VVAKTED-FEMALE WANTED. A COLORED WOMAN. TO cook nnd clean house. Apply I^lo dnno Ladies everywhere copy letters horn" evenings, nnd return to us; we pay t2O thousand, cash; new plan, Steady* work. Send addressed envelSM, full 'p.Trtlculurs GUARAN rEE CO., Dept. S. 101, Philadelphia, Pa. .WANTED. LADY WITH SOME EXBROS.i enre »f Tltnos-Dlspfttch Ofllce. W v NTI'l ' Yl >UNO ~LADY STENO<;ii M'iini! for temporary position. None hut tboroilghlv^ proficient r.crd npp V. Address J I. BARNETTB, Carrier No. 5. $25 QUICKLY MADE BY LA.nrKS AND gentlemen In pleasant home work; nothing to buy or sell: no cn.nvnsslnp: stendy employment. HANDY CO.. 140 Nosmu St.. New York. Parlors; <roo<l salary Elven. Address box 214. Norfolk. Xn.. 15 PBR HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING envelopes; send dime and stamp for full Instructions; steady work. '.-. . HJ. MTLLER & CO., Ely Wog.. Chlcngo. PLAIN W...

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