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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

a ' For the Woman who Wants to Know. Por the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business flan Too Busy to Know. j{??iericcin jiffairs. cltovei*v:k"D boom growing. Since the public appearance of exI'resldent Cleveland at the St. Louis Fair dedication, where his reception nssumed the proportions of a popular demonstration of friendliness and respect, many signs in many quarters have indicated the rapid development of his boom for the Democratic presidential nomination lor n third term. These are especially iiotnhle In thp Ktist nnd South, notwithstanding frantic efforts of the Bryan following to hr-nd off the movement. lor Instance, In Pennsylvania.- more than 30.000 Democrats havo signed their names to a demand for Cleveland's nomlnaton. MORE LOCAL ELECTIONS The Baltimore municipal elections on Tuesday, which attracted general attention because the candidates wero named by direct primaries, resulted in the narrow plurality of 40) or f.OO votes for MoIjuie (Democrat) In a toti...

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

A COSTLY PLEASURE Duke of Buccleugh to bo Host of Royalty. KING EDWARD'S JESTER Marquis de Soveral, Portuguese Minister at the Court of St, Jnmet Has Earned Thla Title— Ho and the King Inseparable) BT PAUL! LAMBETH. (Special Cnblo to The Tlmea- Dispatch, Copyright, 1903.) LONDON, May 3.-Th» King will hardly have landed on British soil once more after his visits to tho FVonch, Italian and Portugese aapllals when ho will liave to fo to Scotland's ancient capital, Edlnurgh, to hold levees, and courts at Holyrood Ca«Ue and otherwlaa moke glad the beurtfl of Auld Heekio's burgesses. Hlh Majesty will stay at Dalkelth Palaco, the mllllonalro Duke of Buccleuch's place near tho city. Tho oxpondlturo Involved on host* In entertaining royalty In always Increased when tho rrislt la connected with a istatn entry to an adjacent city. Tho Duke of BuocJouth's oxpaneo In putting Dalkelth Palace at their Majesty's Clspoaal may bo gauged from the fact that between thirty and forty rooms of tha jialaix...

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

10 HENRY JAMES 1 'THE BETTER SORT" J. STUM MOORE'S 111 A Tar-Heel Baron— At the Time Appointed— Why My Photographs Are Bad— The Land of Nome— How to Keep Household Accounts — The Nature Study Idea. BOOKS AND AUTHORS James Branch Cabell's Novoletto. Undo Tom's Cabin, Excludod. Miss May Johnston — The Editorship of the Law Register. Miss Martha W. Austin's Antecedents — Emersoniaua, REMINISCENCES, LETTERS, POETRY & MISCELLANIES. By J. Staunton Moore, Richmond, Va. O. B. Flanhnrt Printing Co., 1003. This volume, In cloth and gold, and of 785 pages. Is entirely a home production. Its author Is a native and a resident of Richmond, where his work has been mostly written, printed, bound and published. The edition is limited, being Intended mainly for private circulation. From fiovornl points of view It commands admiration. Mr. Moore's education was cut short by his early onllstment in tho Confederate army; and when his first term expired he never hoslatod about ro-onllsting; bo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

Some 6i the Attractions That May be Found at Small Expense and Little Loss o! Time. THE LOCATION OF THE PARKS With thft advent of summer the question naturally" arisen whore to go to c*Oape the heat In tho afternoons and eve"alngs. To many thfa Is an Important question. "With those huvlng children It Is bji allImportant matter, ax the little ones require the fresh air that can only bo found In woodland, dells and upon fields. Few cities In this country, and none In the ftouth, offer better or more, convenient facilities for fresh air and outdoor exurclee than do tbo cities of Uiohmond, Manchester and Petersburg. Within easy reach of Richmond and Manchester beautiful parks aggregating nearly S.OOO acres, tan be reached by a few mlnutos' ride on the eleotrio cars, and It is only a matter of cholco to select the one which pleases most. Tho parks nround Richmond aro Wonthamuton, I>akcftldo, Reservoir, Seven Pines and ChlmbornJM. Convenient to this city and adjacent to Manchpp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

THE TIMES-DISPATCH, BICHMOND, VA., MAY 10, 1903.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. ■ntJMfktVffil: gggl&gg ft I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,237. GREAT WORK OF THE ART CLUB This Year's Exhibit is to Begin May 18th and Will Last Two Weeks. SOME OF THE PAST TRIUMPHS OF CLUB It Has Grown Steadily Since Its Formation in 1805, and the Exhibit This Mon'.h Bids Fair to Eclipse Any of Its Previous Achievements — Tho Officers and Active Members. l . Tho firnt mooting "tvlilcli drought together Urn nucleus ol what In how Die Richmond Art Club whs held November ?.Q, 3K&5, In tho homo of Sirs. George Ken Johnston, No. 407 East Graco Struct; At this mooting Mr. Robert A. Lancaster, Jr., was elected president, with Mr. "William C. Noland vice-presi-dent, Mlhh EOltli Beverltlgo secretary, und Mrs, Mulvcrn C. J'attorsnn us treasurer. On October 2S, I.SOB, Mr. Lancaster, the highly esteemed president of the club, resigned and wan succeeded by Mr. B. V. Valentino, with Mr. John Butherfoor M vice-president. In 3 8'j!) Mr. Valentine was succeeded i turn by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

2 Mtt, Kn'irVy. Itatvfy. MbbbS, Lyl«, MAS* «le,.Mcllwfllne. Moon, Ople. Snl?. Bhackeltotd, Shsnris. St. Clnlr. Wallace and (Wntklns-r,. Nnys— Ato«i»rp. Anderson, nrnrp. Tirynnt. Bya^-s, Chnpman, Claytor, Cogblll, DinWlilrilp. Fonl. Gold. Gunter, Hnr'mnn, Kefttell, I^upton, Sears. Tyler, Walker and Tht amendment was declared lost. Mnde Mere Assault. The next amendment wns thftt of Gold, of Clurk<% which wn? to strike out of thr second rnu?o for removal the W6rds "with the Intention nf <=o using In apologize." Tho oiT»ct of this am nclmrnt from a premeditated one to r mcc as,pnttlt under provocftlloH, and li tlie lieat ot^asslon. Tho amendment was ndopted~£e:is— Jlessr."!. Anderson, Barltsdale, Bryant. Byars, Chnmrian, rinytnr bbnblioe, Garrett, Gold, Guntor. Harvey, Hobhs. I.yle. Mnssle. Mcllwalne, Mootl, Ople. Snip, Sears. Sliacltelford, Shttnds, St Clnlr, Wall-tee, Wat'dns and Wick- | linni— 2s. Kays— Messrs. Bruce. DlnwMrlle; Ford, H&lpey. Hnrman,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

Jhalhimer's. Great Sale in the Ready-Made Section. Right in Mid- Season, When Styles Are at Their Best and the Demand the Greatest But swift and sure comes the retribution of having bought too much. Prices will be put on this stock for to-morrow that will SAVE THOUSANDS TO THE FORTUNATE ONES WHO CAN ATTEND THIS GREAT MAY SALE. Tailor-Made Suits. While our great reduction sale of TailorMade Suits has caused a noticeable decrease in size and assortment of our stock, there arc many choice styles awaiting your inspection. Buy now. You will need a suit for your vacation trip, and be well equipped for early fall wear at a Saving of 10 to 25 Per Cent, on If our Purchase. Splendid values In dress bullb, all tho new C^O f](\ materials. J7.M to <4> '"•"« WniklnK suits at $15.00 and 120.00. Cannot be duplicated at J20.00 find $25.00. Special Notice. Finding it impossible to sparo tho required room we have decided to DISCONTINUE OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT. This furnishes an ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

* sChe ' Times-Dispatch Plislicd Datty nnd Weekly at No. 4 orth Teiifh {street, Richmond, Va. Entered January 27, 1&03, at Richmond, Va., as SecondClass Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, IS7O. I The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 3s ♦old at 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is hold fit 5 routs n copy. * DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by ninil— I)*) cents n month) $5.00 a yrar : $2.50 for 9ix months! $1.50 for throe months. B SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail #2.00 n year. . ' ■ The DAILY TlMfcS-DISPATCH, tor chuliEK Sundflyi 'by, 'farrier, 15 cents per -«eok. Tho SUNDAY THVTES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per work. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fl.oo yonr. All Unsigned 'Communications will ne feltctedliojrrted Communications will not be. returned unless accompanied by stamps. & Uptown Office nt:T. A. Miller's, >>o. $19 Knsf Broad Street. SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1903. H E.MORI AL DAYS. Whether the Southern memorial observances had their origin in Xew Orlea...

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

ART PRODUCTS SUITED TO Every-Day Requirements. A Big »»><»•-*•—•-—— * || pj a y S Step ii World Beaters! j Your Ahead. ]; steimway, knabe, i Piano. Tnlkliiß Mnohlncß § HARDMAN| STANDARD, J The Plnno In, tn havo inado great J IfIURAI I IfiIMFC ! most homes, an exndvnnco within tho | MWoAU»i rlAinca. ( pcnslvo, Idle ltixlasfc few yem-s.nncl J| jt n ,. v _ nr . n fT nra vnl , ! | « lr y. I'ecnußO of the ■ , „,.■, • i • XI /lily ono oiiors you > > „ _ A^_^ ,hai..,,i tho Victor h(is boon « J J 1 > Immense dinicuiclear nhend of tho • a " just OS cood " piano j! tlc« surrounding Its rest, no its four # • "*"• All the beaumillion dollar btisl- 9id a lower price than fi tlful hiublc of ncsH lnst year will \\ ' ' which It, ls cnpnbln show. liut all tho • ono of the above costs, • | H lost, entirely In Improvements thiit It , , , „ ... 1 1 090 houses out of wero over mmlo In J yOlly oll hful better buy it, g ifio3 . With tho all the talkin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

6 BAZAAR LADIES" RETURN THANKS Express Gratitude to All Who Aided Them to Make the Occasion Such a Grand Success. Thnnks are due from tlic Confederate Bnzn.Tr Association 16 tho following: Mr. Geonro Keiley, for Ills dosign of badges nnd the ".looths; to the flatly press; The Telephone Company; The Beaufont IJthisi Water lor dally supplies: O. H. Berry, for window deooratlon, "Fort Sumter;" Fourqurean, Temple A Co.. for window deco-ration-"Camp Scerve;" Passenger and Power Company, for lights nnd transportation; Tho Express Company for freight; Sydnor * Hundley, for furniture; Mr. Lenth and Mr. Daniel, for scenery; Chesipeako nnd Ohio, for headlight! Southern Car M'orks, for head light; Cablo Piano Company, for piano; Wnltor D. Moses & Company, for jilnno; Southern Stamp and Stationery Company, for typewriter; Aragon Coffee Company, for coffee anil sending Mr. Rogers to mako It; Llpton Tea Company for tea; Cold Storage Ice Company, for Ice; Richmond Mantel Company, for m...

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

Thtg In pre-eminently tho coaching 1 bobBon, tho Reason for riding and driving throgh tho roads nnd woods frasrrnnt with tho perfumo of honeyßUcklo and eglantine. Buttercups spread a cloth of gold mantle over the velvnty mirface of mendown; the dandelion nodß Its head In tho passing breeze nnd bcsldo tho brook Is ppon: "Tho marsh marigold that Bhlnoß Ilko firo In flclda and marshes Kreen. Ifiverythlnrr In nature Is cnlllng for outdoor living nnd moiry-miiklnfi'. Tho tal-ly-ho with Hh rollicking horn nnd Its pranclnn; Rteeds Inkoa young men nnd maldmiH far ii-lleld to return through tho gloaming with their nnnK filled with tho Hwoot spoil of wild flowers nnd grasses. Couching parties havo msiny pleasant objective points within cany distance. Ono of tho favorite of these In previous seasons has been Glen Allen. Parties jjoliib can have tho full charm of tho country u-blongolm In May for Hnven or eight miles. A dellclnuH supjHir at Forest Lodge makes the return drive seem the pleasnntn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

« broad and E T . FAULKNER CO., I We - r Agcnts FIRST STS. The Daylight Cash Store. Standard Patterns. A Money Saving 8 Triumph. BARGAINS AS CERTAIN AS TO-fIORROW'S SUN. fr>"| ESULTS a™ tho strongest convincors. Our advertisements only begin in the .ii papers; the strongest pnrt of them is ill their fulfillment in giving values K^l that force recognition ns genuine bargains that win appreciation and instill confidence. We ask you to read prices, and bo among tho first here Monday. Colored Dress Goods^ Silk Specials. Black Goods. Special in nil color* I* a 40- A fnll llnn Of V""'* T'*' 35C wide a? """^ 39C Inch Etnm.no, worth 39c, for 4SC aJI tho bept ahiUle., 0n1y.... OO*~ wide. All colors In a 606. Nun's IQr Fiffufed Jnps In stripes, dota AQr f- rl l)0(1l )0(1 Mohnlr, 40 Inches wldo, Veiling, cordbd, for OVL an d liKiiroa. 24 Inclios wlilo. for has been reduced to *^W I__________^1 __________^ — — ■ — ■■ Bargains No. 1. R nr «raln No 2 Bargain No. 3. 10c Ducks for 5c Dar...

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

PETERSBURG CARD CLUBS Last Meeting of Wednesday Club for the Season GOOD IMPERSONATIONS Tho Charles Dana Gibson Entertainment at the Parish House of St. Paul's Church Was Successful. Pictures in Pantomime. (RpenUl to Tho Tlmon-Dl«p«t(.h.) PETKHSUUKO. VA., May fl.-Thero wore nuomroui! card parties In Petersburg this week besides many other entertainments tftnt furnished pleasure for the society people. Tho Wednesday Club, which contains the bfst munlcul talent in tlio city, held tin lsißt meeting of th« BOaAon at the liame of Mm. A. 1). Hamilton. Miss Marie McOlll dellßhtfully entertained at cards Wednesday afternoon. Confederate ncnro cards wore used. Mrs. H. O. l>e!gh won the llrst prize. Mlsk An nle Watson second prlzo, and Miss Helen Venablo tho consolation prize. Thosa rinylng wore: Mrs. William Burld. Mrs. Alfred A!O|,.iid. Jr., J>\r». J. H. Clulborne, Jlra, W'-^'it, Sirs, Thomas Scott, of Ulchmono, .Mrs. Vlrglo Campbell, Mns. J. Gnnlon Hermit, Mrs. Sam Wi...

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

IN- WAS HEAVY Professional Trading Only, and That Desultory. STATEMENT DISAPPOINTS Qain in Cash Reserves Only About Half What Wns.Expected— Traders Professed Uneasiness Over Manchurian Situation. (Bf A»«oeint«.! Pre*O NEW YORJR, Way P.— Desultory profeaJional tradin* was all that wns in evidence In to-d»}'» stock market. Tho tone wns heavy throughout, and traders professed considerable apprehension over the outsome of the situation In Manchuria. TJio bnnk statement was also a disappointment, aa the unln In the cush reecrt'Cß was only about half the amount expected from the reports from tho known movements of money. Another loan Increase of over U.coo.OiO wns ascribed to the ' sontlnued transfer of debts from foreign to domestic landers, which has kept up lhe rate of exchange during the week to near tho gold Mtporl point. The question of nn outgo of gold next week is left open, as monOy and discounts were firm to-day In London, and the exchange market kept a firm tone In spite of the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

VIRGINIA'S LANDS CEDED TO UNION Difference of Opinion Between Author and Critic. A Scholarly Discussion. (Sovcrnl months ago, In Tho Dispatch, Ihero. was published n review, written by an eminent Jurist of this city, of a book called "The Territorial Growth of the United Statos," tho work of ft dlsUngulßbod educator In Massachusetts. Wo have received a letter from tha author, Dr. William A. Mowry, of Hydo Park, Mnss., In defence of his book; and a roply to this letter «t tho hand of hIH critic There Is so much of historical research and Informed discussion In fliln correspondence that wo tako pleasure In laying tho two lotlers beforo our readers. — Kdltors Tltnes-Dlspatch, DIl. MOWRY'B LETTBR. To the Editor of Tho Richmond Dispatch: In your IflHt/o <>f Noy, 80 Is a two column n.rllcie, signed "\i. IX. W." reviewing my lw lit, recently published, with tho abovo tui\ ("The Territorial Growth of tho 1 nlted States.") ! mi yn-toful to the scholarly reviewer for his...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

13 PIES IN BARE! BASEMENT SEEM INCREDULOUS, they nro bo fnr umlor-priopd. Hero, as elsewhere, any goods you buy can bo returned if not perfectly satisfactory. Head ft few of theso prices. There are hundreds of others: 141 dozen Extra Size Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, regular 37 and 50c. ones, each, 19c. 215 do7cn Ladies' Bleached Full Size Ribbed Vests, 10 and J2K,c, ones, for 6c. * Ladies' Full Size Ribbed Vests for 4c. Ladies' Seamless Black Hose Sot 4c. Misses' Black Ribbed i 2'/ 2 c Seamless Hose, all sizes, for 7c. Ladies' Cream Silk Lace Vests, !> silk trimmed, 50c. garments, for I Sheer White Persian Lawns and ! India Linons, 2,600 yards of the j best I2'/;C. grades, priced, a yard, 7 n ,;c. ■ White Mercerized Oxfords and ' Madras, 12 ' - and 16c. everywhere, !' these, a yard, Sc. ■-i 3»3°° y ara& Sneer White India H Ltnors., best 8 and 10c. gTades in m the lot. a yard, 5%c. t' Extra Wide 17c. White Organ- ■ die is priced, * yard, 8y a c. 'j 310 dozen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THI3 TIMKR. FOtTNnnt) ISSO 1 Un^t t? IVITTMRI7R \fs 937 ttJfc DISPATCH.. KQONP.KD l«50. I WnULJI .N U lXLrjillX, lO,ZJ/» SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS. THE WEATHER. "WASNTXnTON, May fl.-Knrecnst for Bundfiy nnrl Monday: Virginia— Fair Sunday riml Monday! Herht rmsl. to Houtht-nst winds, becoming variable. North Oirnllnn— Krilr Sunday nnd Sinn<lny, except rain Sunday on the coast; warmer In west portion Bunrlny; brisk jinrthnnst winds on t.hrj coast, diminishing Bunu.y. Tho mercury renrheel 72 yesterday, but there was a breeze Stirling nnd thn temjioraturo was by no menus disagreeable, The outlook for to-day mid 10-rnurrow 13 fair. STATIC OF TH!~TIIH:HMOMETER. P A. M IB n m ri ¥. V. M 72 r, P. M G7 V P. M 00 Hluheit temperature yesterday , 71 l.owi-st t^mpernturo yesterday — .'..; »1 Menu tern porn turn yesterday 03 Normal temporattirb for May l>7 Jlepnrturo from normal temperature. "I Precipitation during past 24 hours..., 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. May 10, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

* NO INTERRUPTION OF OPEN-DOOR POLICY (By A«?.-( luted t'rp»O I'VlUf? May P.— Comnn-ntlliff on thft Slaiiclimian eUtlntlhti, Ihe oIIH-'d^ K6Jrc sny the French atnbftSHltflor ttl St. 1 e.ershurit hna l»n<l nn Interview on the suiJ' ject with l^rlrtfßTl MlhlHftt 1, 1 ttip.lort f. coniniPiri.il ItUetestSi The n-w'-'Uflii""" 1 wh!oh hioiiMhl oilt n repf-tltion t>t tne, stntement thh.l MuSslft bhil Clven pos t.ye flssuranfces to tho United Stales thai tbefe would he ho Interruption ol Hie ofien-a6or lldlicy ill MfltiellUlill. The vlrw held h-rc is ll)nl V."?''-'.;' ,''"" Burnncr? fully |>i'otert thr Utlllefl States N-ew qnwnng by riisasjan roops la claim* ed tp be M wholly VM\M tesue betwectt nusila, Hreat Biikln and Japan, and la no! Involvliui Aiurrlcnii commerce or on> other Amoriemi Interest. BRYAN -TALKS - " - ON CLEVELAND (Continued From First .rn.ge.) newspapefs, and I will name a. few ol utew: 'Hif clil.'uko thrpiilclOi NnshVliie Mnerlc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 10 May 1903

MANY GO TO WEST POINT Southern Railway's Generosity Aids Fire Sufferers. BENEFIT AT BOSTOCK'S The Boxing Kangaroo and th.3 Chimpanzee to Be Among the Main Features—Children Selling Tickols. i ———————— Six passenger conches and a baggage car, iho former lidon with some four liuhdrod Rlohhiondcra, yesterday afternoon nt ■! o'clock over the Southern Railway for West Point, where Hiren and one-half hours were sponl In Viewing tho ruins of th piecent conllugraflon. The excursionists returned to Rlcht, bnd last night at t) o'clock well pleased v th tha trip and fully ImprOßßod with Iho havoc that lihh been worked by the The receipts of • the excursion will nmount to about Ji«), and every cent win lie generously oonaled by thp railroad %a tin- r<>ll"f fund which Is being raised to hr-lp the firo HUffcrrrs. The Southern *-ill not deduct our; penny to defray the expensed Incurred by the Journey. At Went Point tho excursionists wore met at tho depot by a committed of pro...

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