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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

i The Times-Bi sp fttch Publiihwj Dully ana w«e*ly •! Na. 4 N«rth T«n»h Btr«tt, Richmond, V« ' Bnt*r«d JinUary 2*i 1«0l. •* *•«•»• , ; mond, V*., •■ •eeond-etm Mttter, under Att o» eoh* flrew of March »» I*7». ' T»i« OAILV TIMB»'OIBPATCH !• ■<>>«• •t C cent* t copy. „ , „ Thi SUNDAY TIMBB-DI9PATCH l« •old at B cent* • copy. DAILY TIMtS-OISPATCH by mall— lM e*nl. a monthrW.oo a year, $2-W for •Jx months, $1.80 for «hree "jonlhi' SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by rrt«". «s.oo a year. ' . The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, >»" cludino Sunday, by Carrier, 18 oenta per week. . • • Th» BUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, B cents per week. ' The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, ♦1.00 yean • A» Unsigned Communications will b« rejected. Rejected Commurilentlona wilt not t»o returned unless accompanied by itawP* Uptown Offlee at T. A. MILLER'S. No. 610 East Broad Street. TUESDAT, APRIL 5, 1003. CAN CLEVELAND WIN? Referring to the late demonstration at • Bt. Louis, the Petersbur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

HOUSE WANTS TO ADJOURN ;JHurry Resolutions Were Adopted Yesterday. '■'■": ■.•.■", V, ■"'.'.'.■' >'^'':1 111 1 '. I. ■:'■■'.■'.' '.V-'l-:' MAY RECONSIDER THEM Mr. Hunley Does Not Desire to Cut Off New Matter Yot— Nominations by the Governor— May Repeal the Bloodhound Measure. No very Important work was done In the Legislature yesterday, though both ' bousos had a quorum of Its members . present. The Governor communicated to tho Sonata tho names of Messrs. S. Hartshorn Mlllor, of I-iynchburg, and Ooorg* W, Butt, of Suffolk, to be members of tb* Board of Visitors of tho School for the Doaf and Dumb at Staunton, and they will bo confirmed later on without question. The bill to prevent the dellvory of liquor Into local option districts In curtain counties was.amondod In tho Scnato so as to Includo Tazowell, and the cities and towns bills was so amended as to allow cities to maintain tho hold over Board of Aldermen feature. . A riumbor of bills were offered In th« llouho, ono o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

SOCIAL CLUB; NEW SCHEME Another Method of Evading Sunday Laws In Norfolk. y C. P. LEWIS SENTENCED Pto the Penitentiary for Three irs for Abducting Myrtle Joyner. Samuel H. Dlbrell is Charged ' With Embezzlement, (SpecHU to Tha Timu-Dlipatcli.) NORFOLK, VA., May 4.— XJcsplto tho fact that but "ono simple drunk," as the sergeant of police said, wns registered fat tho pollco headquarters yesterday, therb Was a. now schema for tho soclnl olub evil, which may provo worse for tho general welfare of the people that wn.s tho half-closed Sunday saloon. Both dopend on evasions of a law which Is dirtlcult If not Impossible of enforcement. Tho new scheme was that of on agent who offered a card of initiation for ?10 to a social club. He aced as a solicitor for a Sunday saloon. That Is now; it wns never done before, Tho saloon-keepers have always urged tho defense that they never invited or Bollolted a man to drink, , They simply kept tho liquors, which IC n man comes Into tholr places and paid t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

CARNIVAL IN RALEIGH — Croat Excitement Over a Lion Loose In the Streets. CAR LINE'S EXTENSION Dr. McAden, of Charlotte, «nd Gen. J8. Carr, Owners of the Road, Have Announced that the System Will Be Greatly Improved, (Speclnl to The Tltnts-Dlipatcli.) HALBIOH, N. C May 4.— The Knights Of Pythias Frco Fair and Mcrohants' Carnival oponad up In excellent form this morning, and will continue for six days, Tliore are already a large number of visitors In town, and there Is every Indication that big crowds of visitors will be liero every day. Tho principal feature Is tho aoßkltl-Mundy-LoyeU Carnival Company. Fuyottovlllo and adjacent streets wo wall filled Up with the show tents and booths. It has been decided not to anno unco the -Queen of Carnival until Tuesday night. Quite a stir was created last night by tho oicapo of one, of the lions from tho animal show. The beast ran up Pavio Btfeet several hundred -yards, scattering pooplo In every direction. Finally it onjfagod In a light with a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

c 7)o 2/our £y&s Jiche? fs {Reading an Cffort? J*at« Jhmj Jhat "Jind or Draw fetling 1 >' IP SO £v Using Proper Glasses 'perfect vision can be secured and rotted. Neglro* will bring on wrtomi^-e Ehnents. Dou't rink your sljrht. A little strain If rollerod In time cnu bo °^eTivaat^ without ohargeT If you don't need ho'll toll you; If you need thorn, he>l fc*^ paymen^tcult your convenience. ' Oash or oredlt—lt'a the same here. Schwarzschild Bros., « tchm r£ieT"" JZ3 Sast Broad JtrsQt, Corner Sscmd. PARTY BACK FROM WEST Virginians Pleased With St. Louis Trip. SOME HAPPY INCIDENTS Dinner Given by the Virginia Society Was Greatly Enjoyed— First Glimpse of Alleghanl.es Inspired Singing of Home, Sweet Home. aII Virginians have reason to bo proud of the splundld attention shown the State's representations in St. Louis last week during the dedicatory exercises of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and these who were In the party are fairly delighted with the...

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

GROWTH RETARDED Mr. Pollard Says Church Rows Keep Baptists Here Back. THIS 'ONE OF THfe CAUSES Writer Says that Baptist Equipment "Is .. Eosentlally Lacking in Machinery for Crushing the Unruly *' Brother," With a viow to giving to the Southorn Baptist Convention, which moots this Week in Savannah, a blrd'B-eyo view of the progress ot tho denomination In the Bouth, the Rollglous Herald of thin city will print In Its forthcoming jssue a •ympoßlum consisting of lettors fromjsov* •rai points, Inoludlnfi Baltimore, Louisvlllo, Atlanta, New Orleans; Norfolk and vicinity, and Richmond. All of the articlos are Interesting In, lha extreme, or will be when thoy appear, but the ono oft Richmond, prepared by Mr. John OaFland Pollard, the w/eIL known atttirnoy, Is unusually spicy. It can hardly bo mild to be encouraging.GROWTH IN RICHMOND. It d'jes not show the situation t**be what It might from a denominational point of Vlow, and Mr. Pollard attempts to place his linger upon .the weak spots. I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

!• THE GAIN WAS HELD Stock Prices Advanced De cislvely and Closed Firm. WHOLLY PROFESSIONAL Day's Buslnoss Was on Large Scale Advance Not Due to Specific News, but Based on Belief that Level Was Too Low. (By Associated ?r»ss.) NBW YORK. May 4.— Prices advanced quite decisively In to-day's stook market. ' mid closod Arm at the top leve . In 1 fact, thero waa no appreciatable action during the day, and the advancing tendency gained iti force aa the day progressed. Tlw market was still almost wholly Professional and decidedly aninmtod. Tne. day s business waa oonsldorably greater than on lost Friday; greater thus far for year*, The advance was not due to any speclno news dovoloped.but was based rather on the conviction ot the professional traders that stoolce for sale had become scare and holders little disposed to sell, a* shown by the lata power of resistance 01 the market to tbo bad. . With these favora,blo teohnloal oonoitions and considering tho extensive doolin« whloh has occurre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

SITUATION! WAWTaD--'PEMAHj; (WANTED^' W'ooo'«'at'*llT I WfflST MAJN » trc<t WANTED, THRBB TOUNO LADnca TO work in oftlco. A4«rW» W, R. fit, car« ;. thin office. .WANTED, A NEAT OOOK FOR A email family: must have reeommondationa. Apply at B0&N. Fifth Straat. WANTED," A, GOOD OOOK ! ALSO A NUnsra for child three years old| recomraondatlono r«rtt_»d»- Apply at 1001 Floyd Avenue. , AN '"EXXPHRIBNCteD LADY - WANTS position In sutumor resorl as house* Keeper; can give the very best pf t*U enco; no objection to leaving State. Addreßß Mlßfl VICTORIA, care this office. BITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE, ~" .WA NTBD,- A SUMMER POSITION IN A nlco family to sew, wait on sick, or fend poultry. Addreßß, with references, "TEACHER,": care P. M., Charlottesvllle. Va, iii ' r= ~~ HELP WANTED— MALE, Wanted" two good ali^rjSujnd HARNESS-MAKERS by I* O. WRBNN, Lynchburg:, Va. WANTISD, AT ONCE, COMPETENT and reliable man, to take charge general country store, with P. Q. attached: cor- : re...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 5 May 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads. ilew MoMirs for Spring and Summer, 50c to $1. Sicilians and BrilHaiitinos, in Royal Blue, Navy Blue and Black, new fabrics— most of them received yesterday, For nil-round urn» In summer tlmo, with Its heat and dust, there's nothing tier than a Mohhlr. tight weight nnd easily olennod-the dust wont sticK- £0c to $1.00. A pretty dress "fabric and low priced Is a CREAM JUSTRATj nt SOd. The shading Is a very olear cream and the goods fashlonablo this spring— 3d .Inches wide. Our Window Shade Department Shades to Order or Ready-Made. We make lliom to- ord<?r any size or quality you want, nnd the cost to you Is placed at the minimum figures. If you want a l-usdy-maile shade, however, wo have somo at ll»e. that havo. been very popular (they're BASEMENT BARGAINS TO-DAY All tbreo bought under their regular prices, duo to some of the usual causes for such bargains. Manufacturers had too much of one pattern or not enough of it to hold tho price up. 12 l-2c Diickj.lja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

THE TIMR3. FOUNDED IM6. I WUQT T? NTTMRFR Ifi 234 THB DISPATCH. FOUNDED IRSO. | »» iiv^JLiL/ IN U JLM. DdI\, ±*J,/.J r. , SUMMARY QF DAY'S NEWS. Thiirmlay nnri Friday: Vlrßlnfn— ShowPrs In uouth; fair In north portion Thursday. Friday fair; IIkIH. variable wlmln. North Oniollna— Showrrn to-flay. Friday piohably fair; soutr.tiast winds. Th« %vpallior yestorday was sprlnßllkn pnoiiKh to bring out nurnnicr nppnrel, nnd tho night wan not r.hilly. To-day It Is likely thnt thfcru will be nhowers In Ihe soiithorn and fair In th<s northern porUon, with grmctally fair weather Frlilny. BTATH OF TUB tTieRMOMBTER. S P. M Cl 12 mlilnlght 11 Avoraffo • C 6 5-fl Illffhegt tomporature yeßt^rtlay 77 Jj<>wi:Ht teinpf.-rat\ira yesterday 47 Mfjin tbinpcraturo yesterflay <w Normal tomperaturc for May • J7 Departure from normnl tffinpnratwre. Oj Precipitation during pa«t &1 hours.... OJ MINUTtmB' A liILANAC. May 7, 1803. Bun rlnos D:10 I HIGH TIDE. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

9 tTortdWt; Bey. 3, T. ■vThllley, ,Tii<Jk« BJ. 4>. Nftwrnnn, of Shennnrtonh; Hon. J. C. Parker, of Southampton, and many tnsmbers of the House and nutte a. gnth*rln* of inrtlMi. Thn crowd will bo even l&rrer to-day, It Is expected, At 1 T". M. th<» Senate took up thft fipo«lal orflftr, th« Hou*« joint r»»s>olutlon r«Intlne to tho removnl of jfurtg* C. J. Campbell, and the sub*tltuto tberofor t>ftered by Mr. Mcllwnlno nnd bthofß, frorldlnß for n. joint commlttso of five Irom «>ach .house to investlgftte the jfchftrg;pf» nßalnet Judpe Cnriipbell. In ord-er that the entire maltor mipht be before 1 the Senate, Mr. Anderson, of JUchmond, proposed an uniornimßnt to the Houso joint resolution, addlnß thoreto tho cau.oos for the retnov-fll of Judge Campbell. Mr. Oplo, of Augusta, on« of tbo pntrona of whnt Is known ns tho McllWfllno resolution, opened tho debate on Iho two resolutions. "When* prejudice nxlßtS In d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

TEAMSTERS RESTRAINED Sweeping Order Issued by a Federal Judge. INTERSTA T E COM MERCE Complainants Recite Terms of Contract Team Drivers' Union Asked Them to Sign — Threatened to Kill. Defendants Cited to Court. (Uy ABBOclfltod rrci:n.) OMAHA, NEB.*; May G.-On petition of a number of complainants, lnciudum Iho principal transfer and delivery companies involved lh the teamsters' Ktrike, judgo Plunger, of tho Federal Court, toJilglit granted temporary restraining orB<;r enjoining the olllcera of the Team Drivers' International Union. Local 71, With nil members of the union, from doing curtain acts calculated to Intorforo With IntorHtatc commerce, and command* Ing tln.-ni to lippcar In court May -0 to show cause why a temporary injunction eliuuld not bo "granted. The petition Wjyi filed by attorney. 1 ) ropt'Cßontlng seven delivery companies, live coal-dealers, one lumber company, ono Jol/bor ami a deporttrint store. In ftio petition the complainants recite the tenna of tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

¥ The Times-Dispatch — Pubiiisno'l Pnilr -imi W>okly nt No. 4 North Tonth Street, Richmond, Vn. Entered Jnminry 27, 1003, nt Richmond. Va., ns vSecondCln.«9 Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, IS7O. Ihe DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is Isold at 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is sold at f> cenls a ropy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by ninil— 60 cents n month; $5.00 n j-onr, $2.n0 for six months; $l.i>o for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail 92.00 n year. The DAHY TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Cnrricr, fi cents per vrcok. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All Unsigned Communications will bo rojpcfrd. Rejected ComniunieaUons will not bo returned unless accompanied by slumps. Uptown Onicc nt T. A. Miller's, No. THE PEOPLE CAN SNASH PRE- • CEDENTS. whllp tho friends of Mr. Cleveland cannot but bo gratified in witnessing the strong manifestations of regnrd for him, they also und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

MANCHESTER TO THE FRONT Gives Benefit for West Point Sufferers Next Tuesday. DEATH OF EMMETT BISHOP Meeting of Cemotery Committee — Entertainment for the Clopton-Strett Church— Street Committee to Mcct — Personal Mention, Manchester Buronu Tlmes-Dlnpatch, I No. 1102 Hull Streut. j At tho meeting of the Olympla Club last night at Mooro & Burkes, the daio for tho entertainment for tho benefit of the West Point fund was llxed at next Tuesday night, when ono of tho most, complcto imtertiilnmcntß over given tit Leader Hall will bo put on undor tho auspices of the club. Tho very bent tulfcnt obtainable will be presented and thero will be a two-hours-und-a-hulf show worth anybody's tlm« 'to enjoy. Among tho entortnlners will l>e Messrs. Freuman and Wilson, tho premier comedlans; John M. liyall, James Muim and his company. Including JJ&r.. Charles' Frlschkorn ami Mr. H«> lert Curtis; JHr. Meonl, Mrs, Jcnnlo Yea/nans, Mrs. 11. A. Maurice, Ming Nn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

8 METHODIST MISSIONS Meeting of Petersburg District Foreign Missionary Society. A RUNAWAY ACCIDENT M. S. Wills Painfully Hurt— Appomatlox Commandery Knights of Templar Observe Their Seventy-fiflh Anniversary. (Special to The Tlmcfl-ninpntch.) PETERSBURG. VA., May (!.— The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of tlie Petersburg District, Virginia Methodist Conference, which Is In session nt Wash-ington-Street Church, had a very Intcrcompos.'d of eighteen auxiliary societies of Petersburg, Bl&ndford, Ettrlck and the counties of Plnwiddlc, Prlnco George. Surry. Sussex, Brunswick mid Nottoway. Tho nuxllirles nre reported to be In line condition. Miss Ella Hue, Coffey, ssnt by the Woman's Missionary Society of the Virginia Conference, ns a missionary to Chlnn, hnd many Interesting things to tell concerning her »y.per!oncos lii Ilia Orient. Mrs. Charle3 Bradbury rend a paper describing tho customs In Japan. Sho presented many Jupa.ne.sa curiosities. Mrs. Shelton Chlevos Is tlio ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

BIG DEAL AT WELDON Sale of Roanoko Navigation and Water-Power Co. TO DEVELOP PROPERTY The Richmond and Norfolk Capitalis ts Who Are the New Owners Will Build an Electric Lino to Roanoke Rapids and Beyond. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WI'JLDON, N. C, May 6.— A1l tho right, tlllo, franchises, canal and Improvements of tho Roanoko Navigation nnd Wntcr Power Company have been Hold to cipltallEts from Richmond and Norfolk, who linvo boon horo rccpntly Inspecting this valualilo property. Mnjor J. W. AVllson, who 1h tho present manager, makes the announcement to-day. The tranHfers will be made in ti pnrrt time. Sutl'ltor Cnrrieron will retain the right to Marsh Island farm. Tho names of the purclmncrs will not bo given out until tho trnnnfer la made. It in learned on tho outsldo that the purchasers are all active business men, some of whom are Interested In Htrnct railways, und that tho new company will Infuso new life and energy In tho vnluablo property, lui'M factories nnd an electri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

B CITY'S BAR ENDORSE IT B Members Are in Favor of the Torrens System. A SPECIAL MEETING HELD A Petition Drawn Up and Signed by Many Wei!- Known Men Forwarded to the General Assembly. Jhe City lisr Assoolntlon held a largely ftttenaod meeting at Its rooms in the City Hall yesterday afternoon. Tho following resolution. o«orod by Colonel W. O. Skelton, was adopted! "Whereas, thero are many evils in our present land laws whloh would bo oor1 looted by tho adoption of tho Torrens uyibem of land registration, "B/Kolved, That we raspoctfully urge the present Legislature to pass the bill tiow pending before It for that purpose." URGED BY MEMBERS OF BAK. Tho following petition, signed by a lwg« number of members of the Richmond Bar and accompanied by Btrong 'lottarß from Hons. R. T. Barton and A. C. Braxton, has been forwarded to the General Asaomblyi TV> th« General Assembly of Virginia! Wo respectfully urge upon your honor23, «ndTe%Mn f^M Tills bill has boon drawn by tho chairman...

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

MANY BILLS DISPOSED OF Both Houses Hold Important Sessions. STEAMBOAT BILL OFFERED Mr. Biscoo Wonts Tangle at Fredericksburg Straightened Out— Tonnage Tax Bill Passes the Senate. The Campbell Case Up. Thn Legislature dlnpoßod of a largo number of hills on ye«tjrdny, but a great many of them wero of a private) nature. In vlow of the fact that tho time wan drawing near for tho cutting off of now matter, a grent many new bills flowed In, and they wero all appropriately rofcrred. Mr. Blscoo offered a bill In tho House to He.ttlo .1 controversy between two' utenmMilp companion <lolng businoso on tho Ruppiihaiinock Klver, nnd It was uut for hearing or Saturday. 7 Mr. Woodard, of Norfolk, presented a bill to permit persons to Bell liquor under certain restrictions where the cle3tion wan ndver«o to license. Jloubc bill to provide for the assessment of mineral lands w,ih pnssed by the Senate, and that body ndopted several other mcHHUreti nf more or lees Importance before taking up...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

CHANGES FRACTIONAL Stock Market Inert Except for Handful of Issues. CLOSE DULL AND HEAVY Promlnont Stocks Which Started Upwards on Monday Continuod to Hold Conspicuous Placo In Trading— Changes Small. (Br Afsoelntei) Pro««.) NEW YORK, Mny 6.-TJIO stock markot to-day wna so Inert that the utmost efforts of tho traders did not effect more than fractional chnnges, except In a handful of stocks. The prominent stocks, Which started upwards on Monday and early yepterdny, continued to hold a conrplcueup position in tho trading in the degree of their activity, but their small net changes in prices for tho dny are a strong Indication that profit-taking wns actively going on In them under cover of the now points of strength. St. Paul, tho Pacifies, Louisville and Nashville, Heading, Erie, Baltimore and Ohio and other stocks of this class ended the day practically unchanged from last night's prices, f.hough they absorbed a large proportion of tho day's dealings. St.. Louis nnd S(vn Francisco a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 May 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE. M'ANTI'D, UNMARRIED BOUTHEnN lady na tcochor of moiJern lanffuagcg In collepo for women! must bo expc-rlonc«d gTiuhifl.tn, with highest crcuentlals; none tout vory brat, nerd apply; nalary gooil. B. B. WORRBLL, 615 Church Aye, S. W., Roanoko, Vn. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. A PROGRESSIVE TEACHER, LADY OF rlim experlencs In best institutions, wiflhes fall or Hummer engn.(jemftn(.[ nchool or lamlly: Mn.thotnn.tlcs, Engllsli, lo.tln, French. Music; hlghr^t testlmonJalfl. VIRGINIAN, care thU offlca. HELP WANTED— MALE. .WANTED. HOOK-KJ3RPI3R; MUST write a good hand and bo quick at figures; gr>od position for right j>arty. Address X. Y. %., cn.ro this office. .WANTED, UARNICSS-MAKBRS. INoluding FlttorH, Stitchers and Cutters, by a largo and modern factory; beautifully situated In suburban country village of two thousand Inhabitants; no ntrlke; will aßSlst In transportation. Board accommodations plentiful and chenp. Write at once J. C. PARKER _ SON...

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