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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 27 January 1903

i \ 31I.DT&%F?rj[t?^D^:}WH0LE NTJMBER, 16,150. RICHMOND, VA.,'TUESDAY, JANUARY 27,1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. Lee and Davis Toasted at Waldorf-Astoria. iBANNEROFTHE CONFEDERACY Thlrteenth Annual Banquet of New York Camp. A GREAT AUDIENCE WAS AT THE TABLES Pully a Thousand People Were Gathered to HearNorthernOratorsPayGlow ing Tributes to Southern Men and to Listen to Music of the Confederacy-Wat terson on Lincoln, (Epi>cta1 to The TlmenTMtpntch.) NEW YORK. N. Y., Jamiary I6.-The ?grand ball room of tlie Waidorf-Astorla .was in gala army to-nlght to celebrate tho thlrteenth annual banquet of the Con federate Vcteran Camp of New York. Fully ona thousand people wero seated about the tables and ln tho boxes abovo. Above the speakera' tabla at the end of tho room hung on ono side the flag of Kew York and on the other a banner bearing the coat of a-rms of tho city of Kew York, whlle ln tho center hung the flas of the Confederacy, and over all hung a bluo shleld bearing a coat of arms, a...

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. — 27 January 1903

REVIEW OF A LOITFIGHT Eight Years' Battle Betwoen Rlval Telephone Interests. IT IS ENDED AT LAST Tho Passlng of tho Ordinance Morglng 'Ihe Bell and the Local Independont Oompanles Ends a Flght That Began In 1804. The (poasago by the Common Council of tho ordinance sanctloning th? mergor of tlie Richmond Tolophono Company's plont and buslnono with that ot the Southorn Bell Tolcpliouo and Telegraph Company ln this otty 1b the oonoludlng chaptor of eight yoars of cornmerclal warfaro, ln irany rospeolfl, probably without a paral Jol ln tho recent hlstory of Arncrlcan oltle?.' Tho s-trugglo for tho control of the telophone sltuatlon ln Richmond has oc euplcd the attonUon ot the two branohos ot tho CSty Council and of tha Btrcot Commlttoo of that body tlmo and nnoln lt has boon fought out with Uio moilt unremlttlng energy of attnok nnd omially unyleldlng atubbornnesa of roslstnnco In the Btato Soaato and tho Coiiunlttco of Genorol Lawa of that body. Six tluma the battlo liai been Jolncd o...

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. — 27 January 1903

Come/>RIENTAL l/Vhen we r'elded to the rcquests to open a Branch Store in Richmond we did not know just what parts of our very large Stocks to put in it. The Success of our Opcning Day has proven the wisdom of sending the very besf. We are pleased now that we did this, for the1 Branch has assumed a tone that puts it on a par with the daintiest shops in the country. If those who appreciate ORIENTAL RUGS will allow our expert representatives to show and give a few de scription of the splendid examples of Persian Silks, Sarabends, Kirmanshahs and Royal Semahs they will find these Gems of the Orient dgcidedly beautiful and interesting. (Wash:n(rton, D. C.) 808 E. Main Street, - - Richmond, Va. GROUND OF APPEAL OF THOMAS 3RUCE Eight Asslgnments of Error Made in the Case of the Alleged Bigamist. Tne Unitcd States Circuit Court ot Ap poals wtll convcno hcre on Fobruary 3d to hold Its February term, and Will likely be ln sossion for nbout ten days or two Weelcs. Circuit Judgcs Goff nnd S...

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. — 27 January 1903

K -S The Tiincs-Dispatch; THR DA1LY TlMKS-lMHrATCH IS SOLD AT TWO CBNT8 A COTY.-_A ,., THM SUNMAY TlMJ38-DlBPATCtl 18 SOLD AT FIVK nvNi'S A OJl'l. I DAJLY T1MKHKIHI'AT' II BTI MAIL, {5 A YHAU; BOC, A MONTJL _-,.,.;! SUNDAY TIMJSfl-DISPATCH BY MAIL -\V^a^>;TfitKS^PATCH,it^A* ALL UNBIONEP ' IOMM IINICA'1 IOfcS WILL BK KKJICl'TK.n. ??,..._,??, RICJWJTS1 > < -"MM UNIC ATI < ?M1 WILL NOT BE RT3TURNED CM.LSS AC COWPANIIiD HY 8TAMFS. TT.TF.SDAY, JANITAR.Y 27. "?<? A SALUTAT10N. Tho intercst Inn arinoiiricomont ls mndn that thi) inornliif? nnd afternoon pnperri ot Richmond havo ngiectl upon a connnlldn tlon to lio known n.a (lio Tlnioa-Dlapatoh lirid tho Nows-Leader. We havo l.n.iwledso of tho dotolla fcntlier th thoy aro statcrl ln tho brlot telcfftfam publlshed ln nnother coliimn. but tho ngreemont has tho apponraneo of a aound l.i.Flness transactlon. wlilch will redound to tho mutunl henelll ot ptilmsliern nnd iii-.ldlc. Tho noiwspaper Bltuatlon ln Rich? mond hns not been ...

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. — 27 January 1903

VICTOR TALKING MAGHINE Sounds Its Own Praises; the Public Joina iu the Chorus. RE6INA MUSIC BQXES Can Suit You in Size ' and price.. WALTER D. MOSES &-C0? Correspondenco Sollcltcd. 103 EAST BROAD ST. Cataloguea Malled Free. INDIAN LUCY CETS A YEAR IN PRISON Another Incldent in Her Vari egated Career?J. G. C. Mountcastle Goes Fre8. Indlan Luey flgured In two cases be? fore Justico' John yesterday. She hns been flgurlng Ia ensos -before him for many years. Tho penitentiary knows her and tho Jail Is a famillar retroat. On Saturday night Indlan Lucy, some thmes known as Lucy Smlth, was drunk and dlsorderly, nnd got into a row at Scale Houso corner.. Se/voral womon got mixed up In tho moloa, and when It wns over Indlan Lucy had an ugly looklng cut ln her shoulilor. She waa carried to the First Statlon and treatod by the nrnbulanco surgoon and then she was bailed out. She waa ln a room full of peoplo Sun? day night, among them bolr.g a negro named Charles Mitchell. Chnrles hnd ?24 ln ...

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. — 27 January 1903

In Lighter Vein! Mnny things can bc trcated in a liftht and frivolous manncr. Good light, however, cannot bc trcated lightly. Good light enables you to keep g.ood eyesight, It avoids doctors' bills ns well as gas bills, Wc will prcscribc for all light troubles frcc of cost?nnd sell you the necessary medicine cheap. We hopc bdfore many rriore months are past to have the mantle of f amc cover ns on account of our good work in rnantels. Ministers and missionarics help pcople to bc good?we come next and offcr them every facility to.kccp clenn. " Clcanlincss is next to gbdliness.'' Wc have the best assortment of bath room supplies in the r.ity?this fact won't wash out, Scc ? RICHMOND PLUHBING & MANTEL CO., Both phones 030. 2<> IN. Ninth Street, Richmond, Vu. FIVE PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM JAIL TlicirGuard Overpoweredand Badly Beaten?Ono of Them Rccapturod. (Rpeelol to Thn Tlmoa-Dtdpnteli.) ClfES'nUtFllvI.n, VA.. .Tanunry 2K Tho usual Sunday afternoon qulot wns (brokon lu upon yeste...

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. — 27 January 1903

MORE WATER FORORANGE Mr. Kronk Reported Dead Is Stlll Allve, But Very III. MR. LAWLER'S EXPERIENCE Tokes His First Trip Away From tho Railroad For Which He Had Worked For Many Years. Suit For Defamatlon of Character. (Sppclnl to Th? Timcs.niBpntrh.) FTlKDBRICKSBURa. VA., Jnn." 20. Th? peoplo ot tho town of Orang-o havo for some timo been agltatlng tho quea tlon ot providing wator-works and a fire department. This movamont led to * publla mceting of tho cIUrohs to con-' Bideir tho questlons with tho rcsult that * conimlttoo composed of Mayor Pcrry, W. H. Rtcketta, J. B. Xdiig and C. W. Woolfolk waa appolnted to asccrtaln tho ooat and report to a futuro mceting. lt was also declded to roquest Scnator Bhaoklorord to socuro a bill from tho lieelBlature nuthorlxlug tho freo-holdcrs to voto on tha questlon of issulng bonds to build tho wokfl. At the snma mootlng a oommltteo was appolntod to Bollctt names of pensons who aro wllllngr to joln a fire company with tlio vlew of organ laliiR. Ch...

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. — 27 January 1903

Gormany and Eirltaln Approvo Bowen Proposltlon. PERCENTAGE OF RECEIPTS! Vonozucla Agrecs to Clivo 00 Per Cent. of Custonis at Two Most Importanl Ports to Scttle Her Clalms?N. ? Y. Banks May Make PaynVt. CBy Associated Press.) ?vTASEHNOTON, January M.?Tho Aa ?oolated Preas hnn boen Intonned tliat . (Minister Bowon, nctlng for Vnnczuol.i, ' pledges thlrty per cent. of tli; CUBtom. rccolptn of Bn- Qulra nn<! . Porto CMbello, tho Joint commission to De inado up of a represonthtlvo from each of tho I'owers lnterestcd ln th.- clairna, From tlio oxchangos lioeweon Uie Fowcrs. thnt leak Out, It Is Hidicated that emnll mattdt-s ot the nnostloh are being consldered. P'onnul ntrtlce nf tho ncropt onco of thn propoglUon liaa not como 10 Mr. Bowon; however, unolllclnl Infor niatlon went far to Ballafy him of tho aooiu-aoy of tbi> stntonient he mado lato Saturday- night, nnmely, thnt tltero ws ronson to bellm-o thnt tlio pendtng con . frovcray would ho settled soon nnd snt isfaetorlty. . It...

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. — 27 January 1903

TONE MORE CHEERFUL StocUs Strengthened by Vene zuelan News. FLUCTUATIONS UNIFORM, Mlssourl Paclfic nnd Electric Mntle Acl ~ances on Reported Increasod Earn? ings, Closlng Very Dull but Firm at the Top Level of Prlcos. (By ABBoela'ted Proas.) NEW YORK, Jan. ?6.?Tho profesalonal tradeiH ln atocks wero in a moro chcorful frmne of mlnd to-day and oxprossod rolief over tho good rospects for tho aettlement cf the Vonezuclan dlftlculty and tlio llfhl lng of the blockade of tho Vonozuelan coasts. The market hnd one or two apurts when an nppoaranco ot conslderablo onl matlon waa Imparted to tho tradlng, but at other times tho tradlnc wns actually Btairnnnt, Tho avernge of tho day s nc tivlty did not rlso abovo that of lasi week. _, Tlio weekly atatlstlca of railroad trafflo kMtUBcd an unfavorablo impresslon by rea ?on of tho far-rcachlng complalnt of car fnmlne. Tho increnso ln graln roceipta at Chicago wna attrlbuted to tho fact that tho east-bound roads wero unable to aceapt tho lncomlng s...

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. — 27 January 1903

BBBBBaroiBta^^ AVc&clablc lYepnmlion Eot'As - slmilnl'mglhcRiodamlUcgiila ting ilic Sloinacta nnd Botfc Is of Promolcs Digcslion.Chcerfiir-' ncssandltcsLContairtsnellhcr Opiuni.Morpliinc nor Miiicnil. ^OT"NAUCOTIC. /jtrtxorowjir.wm.rin:/u:ii f\un/ifcui Satt" \ tttx.Smrvt > Ft*MU S*Ut siiiiwSnril / /VfK/mxTd - / l\i (artumnlrXcta * fjjntiJtfd C/iin/i'/vf .ni/fnr JIlMnrymw riaror, / Apcrfecl Remedy; fnrronslipn non, Sour Stomach,Diatrhocn Wrorrns,Cohvulsiohs;Fcverish ncss nnd Loss OF StEEP. TacSimilo Sifinnlure or NEW YORK. PCACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Nfesa,, St. Louls Expositlon Commis sloners Meet to Organize. HON. G. E. MURRELL LIKELY He Is Regarded the Choice of the Com? mission for First Assistant, and a Better Mun Could Not Be Found. Tho Vlrt'Inla coinmlaslonors for tho St. 1-ouls Expositlon will meet to-day at TJ M. for the purposo oC organlzutlon nnd the electlon of such asslstanta ns nro now licoded. A general dlaousslou of tlio character of tho exhlblt to bo mado by IVirgl...

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. — 27 January 1903

Chamber This preparation is intcnded.especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza and has becomc famous for its curcs of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. It not only cures colds and influcnza, (grip) but countcracts ?my tendency toward pneumonia. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given to a baby as coniidently as to an adult. TO RE-ENACT iGreat Flght Expected Over Pending Irisurance Bllls. | ONE OFFERED BY MR. GENT He Seaks to Put Rlgld ReBirlctlons Upon the Companlea?Southeast ?rn TarlfF Assoclatlon la involved. There tn a great deal of lnteroet ln the vorlous bllla that have be?n offered on the subjoot of Insurance ln the Leglsia ture, and those lnterested ln the bustncss are much ln evldenee about the Cnpltol. Two of tho bllls tho-t are being plvcn lmmedlate conslderation aro thoM offered by Senator Bruce, of Wlse, on Satu.May, re-enactlng the famoui Whart...

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. — 27 January 1903

Miller & Rhonds. Miller O Rhonds. s ana r urs r JL Some stores may prefer Lo pack these g Reason rather Uiatiscll them ;it tlio prices al v It's never been our pbh'cy to adopl tlial yifice profits no\-.' and clcar up cvcrythitig irom scntimen.tt lim because it pays ns tp do so. There's a litnil lo the stonige enpneity uf any l)t ls what wc nced now for the spring goods, )l;tn. uririi away until next > now offer them. VVc'd rather sac ilip. scason?not lildiilg, and room Very jfntty Jnehet-i for wnmen, W.tts. They Include Llght-Ton COlor^, nnil .-olrl iiji to $7.50, Well-Fltllng Tallor-Mado Jarkets for p.i.no. Mnny ot tiiem reduced from il'i.OO Flr.oly-Tallorod Monln Cnrlnn and Jn*kets fr>r (?r.nt>, that sold for ?12.50 and ?13.C0 Usual bargains in Children's Coats and Recfers for S14S, tliat sold for $2.98. Chlldren'w Long Conts for ?!><?, thnt Bold for I-I.4S und $>?.00. nnd so on through tlio llst up to :*7.,"0 for 11".W and J15.03 Cuals. Fur Coats are always ...

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. — 28 January 1903

^^am^^^0^ML^ NUMBER, 16,151. 1UCIIM0ND, VA? WEDNESDAY, .1 ANUA.ItY 28, 1!)(M. PRICE TWO CENTS, THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. ]? WASHlNOTONj Jnn. 27,?Forecnst for I.WfednMday and TMirsaoy: I Virglnla-lUiin Wednesday nnd Thurs day; warrrior Wednesday ln wost portion; ffesn oouthennt to soutli wlnds, i North Carolina?Ealn Wednesday and Thui-Bday; frcsh sout.heast to euuth wlnds , Tosterday wus ono ot tho most dts BBrecablo days of the season. Rain fell at Intervals through tho early evening 'nnd night, lieavlly ut times, and the at mosphero was ponctratlng. 8TATE OF THERMOMEt'EE. t A, M. 38 J2 M. -12 8 P. M. 4t) 6 P. M.47 G P. M. -18 12 mldlllght . 16 Avorage . 15 Highest toniperntnro-S P. Ai. j* T-.owest temperntiiro?6 A. M. *jj Mean tcniporaturo yesterday. ?* Normal temperaturo for January.... as ?-Departure from normal temperaturo. 00 Precipltatlon dur.iiib' past 21 hours... 00 MINIATTBE At.MANAC. January f?. 1903. ,Bun rlses. 7:15 I HIGH TIDE. 'Bun sets.r,:2S ( Morning.4.tJ4 Moon...

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. — 28 January 1903

HE-WANTED jlossler Was Anxious That the Inquiry End. HE SAYS DOBLIN L1ED Subcommittee Appolnted to Draw Up Findings to Roporl to Full Commil teo for Flnal Action?Mr. Rixey's Questions. (By Associated Press.) ?vVASHlNClTON, D. C, Jnmuiry 27.?Tho House Conunlttee on Navnl Affalrs to-day concludod the tuking of testlmon'y ln tho Inrastlgatlun of Iho ahargo mado by itep reaentallvo Lesalor thut n cbirupt nt lemrt hnd been mado to lnflucnto his vote ln thnt eommlttoo on tho proposltlon to parchaao nubmnrlne torpedo bonls. The exccutlvc session wna lield by tho oommiltoo nt tho cnnoluslon of tho aftcr? noon sossion, nnd conslderntlon waB given to tho llndlngs tho committee would report to tho Houso. Aftor several resolutlons bad beon proposed und dlaCuaalqn luul beon had as to tho wordlug of a roporl. a sub comniltteo, conslstlng of Rcpresonlatlvo JTobh, of Iltlnols; Dayton. nf West Vlr rinla; Taylor. of Ohloi Moyor, nf Aln ba-ma. nnd Kltchln, of North Carolina. waa appolnted to draw up a...

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. — 28 January 1903

EULOGYOF MTQNLEY President Roosevelt Delivers Eloquent Speech. DISTINGUISHED GUESTS - ln Beautiful Languago U'vlng President Paid Trlbute to Dead Ono nt Ban quot Given in Latter's Honor in His- Formor Home. (By Assoclated Prcss.) OANTON, OHIO. Jan. 27.-Presldent ?Jtoosovolt to-nlght partlclpatod ln a not able trlbuto to tho momory of the Into President MeKlnley. Ho wns the prln clpnl orator nt aj banquet glvon under tho ausplc.es of tho Cnnton Rcpublicun Denguo, ln commcmoratlon of tho blrth day of MeKlnley. Surroundcd by friends, nelghbors nnd buslness nnd polltlcal ns BOdatCB of tho doad PreKldont, ho pro nounced a brllllant nnd eloquent otilogy upon tho lifo and works of McICInley?a eulogy by mnny rogarded ns Ihn most beautiful nnd henrtfelt trlbute ever paid to the memory of Ihe riistingulshed dend. Tho hnnnuet was held ln tho Grand Opern-House, tho soats bolng romoved from the plt and tho houso entlrely re floored for the occasion. The Intnrlor of tho building wns beautiful wit...

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. — 28 January 1903

Tlio Tiities-Bispatclt. TIH3 HAlt.Y TIMF.K-PIKI'ATClt 1H BOMJ AT TWO C10NT8 A COPY, THB SI'MlAV 'TIMffiS DIHI'ATCni 18 BOr.,0 AT KIVH CICNTS A COPY, DA11-Y TIMKK-IUHI'AT'-II ItV MAIU f;> A Y10AR; COC. A MONTH. 8UNI>AV TI.MBiMdrH'ATOtl BY MAH, t2 A YKAIl. ?WBBKI.T TIMKS-OIKPATC1I, Jl YMAH Al.l- UNSIGNKU COMMUNICATIONS ?wii.i. in-: i:i;.ii:cti:i>. rtlSJECTED COMMUNICATIONS WII.I. NOT uio i:irrt'it.\i;i' UNLESS ac companikd hy 8TAMTS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903. ATRIUMPH FORTRUTH. Mr. Clmrles Fr'nncls Artanw, tho dlstln gulslitxl scholnr nnd pntrlot of Moss.a chUBetls, has, ln threo notablo nddteswes given In tlio past threo months, per formed n publlo Befvlco for whlcli tha wholo country should bo grntoful. Tho flrst of thoso addresses wns dcllvcrcd ln Wie city of Chicago, tho second In tho etty of Chnrlost'on, S. <'., nnd tho third In tho city of New York on Monday even? ing nt tho thlrteenth annual bnnquet of the C.'onfedornto Veterans' Camp of that city, IVo sny that M...

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. — 28 January 1903

ONE CENT MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genis, Gash In Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. m OHE GENT A WORS. HELP WANTED?????. WAMTEl?, A YOUTl?. 16 TO 13 YEARS ofW, for oftlco vrork, AddresH, In own lia?awrltlng and niutio. references. P. O, HojtS.10, city. WAmi?D, a coiiOiusn man as qah? denet to go to Wurm Sprillare, Va., ta etteiil to the iranien ani. ?uTjo vegeta-? p?os tor the hotel. Apply to H. Wj WOO?, at Wood's Seed Store. 113 Mali Strcel WANT??D, COl-ORttD HOY TO-WOB in balber shop. Apply at. 2500 E. Dro Stre<et _ YOl/NO MEN '.EVERYWHERE, CO letters, lionio evenings, V weilt. ? addressed envelope for partlcuf' MANAGER, Dept. W, 9S, Box ?W" Bdelphln, I'd. _ WANTED?. TWO BiHLKRMAI*?: food watros; steady employment. ,?.}. O TIIH ???7G?1530? A^Jjl WORKS, SaJlvllle. Va. ?_ kWANTEDj TO EMPLOY Ml ?Cn? ability and Rood address; asfroc" 553 remunerative position. Only j "?., energy need npiily. AddrcflD r" ?91. city. '__ WANTED. A BOY ABOUT 1G. fc*? 95 ase to learn shi...

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. — 28 January 1903

LiveNews andFresh Qossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginii, BIG DAY AT Sixleen Thousand Tons Wero Dumped Into Vcssels. FOUR HUNDRED CARS Most of Ihc Steamors Wniting for Coal Have Boen Loaded and Havo Snllod Away?Many Schooncrs Are Awniting Coal Cargocs. (Spcrhl to Tlio Tlra??.?l?pntch.) NonvOL'K, VA., January 2;.-Tbo coal famlno Is onded. Thore ls tromendotis actlvlty nt Lumbcrt's Point, Tho rcoolpls and tho shlpnionts of coal nre enormous. This uctlve movemont of conl reachod high water mark yesterday, when '.00 enrs or 16, OM tons of coal woro dmnpod Into wxiltlng vcssels. Yesterday wus the big gest day nt the plor Withln four years. Trnlii londs of coal nro frcquont. Threo arrlveil this afternoon. Ordoru havo been received by tho train crews niul plcr workers of tlio Norfolk nnd Western Rail? road to prepnro to work hnlf of every other night In nddlllon to tholr day work, Trulns havo beon dumplng coal nt iho plers frocly for a week, und most of the steamors nwalllng coal hav...

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. — 28 January 1903

ITALIAN PEPPS, ( IO? ALUMINUM POCKET PACKET.) A HANDY POCKET STAMP BOX WHEN EMPTY.. (10?ALUMINUM BOXES.) ASSORTED PURE FLAVORINGS. IFNOTSOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST, fa ?Y?AILED FREE UPON RECEIPTOF PRICE. 563 Broadway, n.y.city. STABBED WITH A POCKET KNIFE Altercation on Chincoteaque Island Results In Wound? ing of Capt. Bunting. (Specl?l to The Tlmeii-DlHpntch.) ONANCOCIC, VA? January 27.-Nows reached hero to-day of a serious alterca? tion! on Chlncoteaguo IslandIMonday night, between Captain Win Bunting and John Clark. Captala Bunting and Mr. Ciarle got into a fluarrot Saturday night. There liad been for scine timo u feud between tho two, and on this occasion they used abusiva Inlugiingo against each other, with threats. Bunting even struck Clark iti tho fuco once. They met for the first time elnca this quarrel Monday night on tho street ami ?.gain begun .quarreling. Clark drew his revolver and would have shot Bunting?, but It would not fire. Clark drew his small pockot knife and stabbed...

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. — 28 January 1903

QUAY MADE STIFF FIG Tried to Force Passago of Statehood Bill. THE SALARIES OF JUDGEiS Bill Pnssed to Ralso Pay of Those Who Voar Fecloral Ermlno?Anior\d ment Against Railroad Pnssos and 'Phono Franka Dofoated (By Assoolated Pross.) vVASHINOTON', D. C, Jnn. 27.-S-.im tor Qiuiy uindo nn effort to-<Iuy to hold , tho Sonato ln contlnuous sesnlon to con sldnr tho ntat.Vliood bill, but failed hold n 'puorum and wns compelted on ?thmt nccount to ?Jlow tlie Soiui to to ?d Journ at 0:20 P. M. IIip secured another bnllDt. hflwovor. to t-eot the sentiment of tho JVimto. tho \\jtn Ptntidlng 17 to 23 ln hls favor. Tho dny wns spont lu oon ?Idern'tlon Of ttw Btn.teUiooil bill, with the ?xceptlon of an hour -"-votod to a spoech by Mr. Scott, of We.*t A'lrgtnla, on tho jjeiiHlmi laws. Tho featuro of tih* wtatioTiood hlll tin.l'-r ?(?peclnl c-oiiBldorallon to-day wub t.he Aarlsona rcfund-lng proposltlon. It wiib oharwed that tho terrltory haa sought to repiKlln.Ui Ixinds held by Blrd S. Cok-.r. l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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