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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

THE TrMES. FOTTNOKD 188C> Wf-TOT F WTTMRT7P 1& 1 KC\ THE.. DISPATCH, FOUNDED IBM.f VVn.WL.ii .IN UMdJIK, lOjoU Lee and Davis Toasted at Waldorf-Astoria. BANNER OF THE CONFEDERACY 'Thirteenth Annual Banquet of New York Camp. A GREAT AUDIENCE WAS AT THE TABLES Fully a Thousand People Were Gathered to Hear Northern Orators Pay Glowing Tributes to Southern Men and to Listen to Music of the Confederacy-Wat-terson on Lincoln, fßpi<rlnl to The TlmCKTMtpntch.) NEHV YORK. N. V., Janiiary 26.— The tfrand ball room of the Waldorf-Astoria ■was In gala array to-night to celebrate • iho thirteenth annual banquet of the Confederate Veteran Camp of New York. Fully one thousand people were seated about the tables and In the boxes abovo. : Above the speakers' tnbla at the end of the room hunu on ono side the flng of Kew York nmi on the other a. banner bearing the coat of arms of tho city of Now York, while In tho center hung the flnf; of the Confederacy, and over all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

REVIEW OF A LONG FIGHT Eight Years' Battle Between Rival Telephone Interests. IT IS ENDED AT LAST Tho Passing of the Ordinance Merging < tho Bell and the Local Indepondont Companies Ends ft Fight That Began In 1894. Tn« ipnssago by th« Common Council of tho ordinance Bwictiontng th» merßor of tile Richmond Telephone Company's pliuit and buslnoßs with Uiat of the Southern Sell Tolepliono nnd Telci.Ta.ph Comimny In this city Ih the oonoluding cliaptor of ■ «lght yoars ot oommerclal warfn.ro, In tcajiy ro»p"otn, probably without a pnrnllel In tlio recent history of Arncrlciui cities. ' Tho siriiffKlo for tho control of the telephone situation In Richmond luis ocoupied the attontlon of the two brnnchos Of tho CSly Council and of thu Bticot Commlttoo of that body Urn» R-xiA ngoln It has boon fought out with Uio moi>t unremitting energy of attnuk nnd equally unjiekllng' stubbornness of rosl&tnnco In the Btato Soruito and tho Couunittco of General Laws of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

come ORIENTAL a °~ \J GEMS When we gelded to the requests 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 Opening Day has proven the wisdom of sending the very besf. We are pleased now that we did this, for the ' 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 description of the splendid examples of Persian Silks, Sarabends, Kirmanshahs and Royal Scmahs they will find these Gems of the Orient decidedly beautiful and interesting. (Washington, D. C.) 808 E. Main Street, - - Richmond, Va. GROUND OF APPEAL OF THOMAS 3RUCE Eight Assignments of Error Mado in the Case of the Alleged Bigamist. Tfie ■United Slates Circuit Court of Appeals will convene hero on February 3d to hold Its February t&rm, a;id will likely be In session for nbout ten days or two Weeks. Circui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

The Tillies- Di spa tcli . THE DA IT A' TIMKH-IMMrATCH IS SOU) AT T\V(I l-BN'TH A COPY. , TUM SUNDAY TIMKS-IHSI'ATiJH IB SOLD AT I'IVE OIiNTS A COI'V. DAJIA" TIMTSS-DIBPATCTI BY MAJLi, {5 A YlilAU; WC, A MONTH. TIMJ3().DIBPA,TCH BY MAIL* WEJEKIiY TIMBS-DIBPA.TG] I, Jl YKA It AI.Ij UNSIGNED COMMUNICATIONS will nrc jticjiicrKU RJMJSCTBD COMMi'XICATIONH WILL NOT nil HiriTHNKD ITS' LESS ACCOJIPANIRD I.IV STAMPS. TUESDAY, JANirAHY 27. 1008. A. SALUTATION. Thn InterrstluK annoiincornont la mndo thnt tin' morning nnd afternoon piipo^B «c nU'hmomi havo agieed upon n consolidation to bo known ns tho TlnioH-Dlspalch, liUhltshed In another column, but thn business transaction, which will redound to tho mutual benefit of publishers and public, Tho noiwapaper Hltuatlon In Richmond tins not been n, healthy one, from a business point of view, for Home time. Tho papers woro larger nnd bettor, relatively speaking! than Hioko of Now York, nnd tho cxpensea were enormously out of proportion to nny rntl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

V * \ \*f BY Al -L MEANS ™X^# V \Pi»NOLA \^/^A\ "f You Are UIPTfIbX <«' l^ \ Thinking of VICTURX %^ \ Buying a talking\ V^\ -SL MACHINE \* V VT Sounds Its Own Praises ; \ *VW<^ \ II the Public Joins in \ ' W^ O \\ the Chorus. \ % \\ ' REGINA IVIUSIG BOXES \ S€^\ Can Suit You in Size \ d^o^ H^' \ ' and price. . j&P \ I^\ WALTER D. MOSES & CO., Coms &S 103 EAST BROAD ST. a***m^m _______^___ — —^ Mailed Free. INDIAN LUCY GETS A YEAR IN PRISON Another Incident In Her Variegated Career— J. G. C. Mountcastle Goes Fres. Indian Lucy figured in two cases befora Justice ' John yesterday. She has been figuring in ensos -before him for many years. Tho penitentiary knows her and tho Jail Is a. fa-millar retreat. On Sxturday night Indian Lucy, sometimes known as Lucy Smith, was drunk and disorderly, nnd got into a row at Scale Houso corner.. Sen'oral women got mixed up In tho moloe. ami when It v/as over Indian Lucy had an ugly looking cut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

c ■= In Lighter Vein 1 : *; Mnny things can be treated in a li^ht and frivolous manner. ;; Good li;j;ht, however, cannot be treated lightly. Good light ;; enables you to keep Rood eyesight. It avoids doctors' billfi ns II v well as gas bills. We will prescribe for all light troubles free o£ ■; . ) cost— and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. I* We hope before many more months are past to have the II 4 montlc ot fame cover us on account of our Rood work in mantels. - ; -I Ministers and missionaries help people to be [jood — we come J" next and offer them every facility to keep clean. "Cleanliness II is next to godliness. " We have the best assortment of bath- ;; I!. room supplies in the city — this fact won't wash out. Sec ? ± RICHMOND PLUHBING & MANTEL CO., I Both phones O.l(i. 2<i N. Ninth Street, Klclimond, Vu. t ,^44+M^-f^f>44444-444^Vf+44444f4-+4+^*444ff4--f-M-fM-f4-f>-f^ FIVE PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM JAIL TlicirOuard Overpowered and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

MORE WATER FOR ORANGE Mr. Kronk Reported Dead Is Still Alive, But Very 111. MR. LAWLER'S EXPERIENCE Takes His First Trip Away From tha Railroad For Which He Had Worked For Many Years. Suit For Defamation of Character. (Sjipelnl to Th« Times. nißpntrh.) mEDBniCKSBURQ. VA., Jnn." 20.Tha pooplo of tho town of Orang-o have for some tlma bbaa agltatlns tho question of provldlnu wntcr-worlcs and n. flro department. This niovomont led to * publlo meeting of tho clUrohs to connider tlio questions with tho result that * commlttoe composed of Mayor Perry, W. H. Iticketta, J. B. Xrfing and C. W. Woolfolk was appointed to ascertain tho cost and report to o, future meeting-. It was also decided to request Senator Bhookloford to socuro a bill from tho tietfßlatura authorizing tho fruo-holdera to voto on the question of issuing bonds to build th« woks. At the same mooting a oommltteo was appointed to solicit ruunes of pereons who arc willing- to join a fire company with tho view of ornivnialng. Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

8 WILL ACCEPT' Germany and Britain Approve Bowcn Proposition. PERCENTAGE OF RECEIPTS Venezuela Agrees to Give 00 Per Cent. of Customs at Two Most Important Ports to Settle Her Claims— N. • Y. Banks May Make Paym't. CBy Aesooldtod Rrcßß.) WASHINGTON, Oaniuvry M.— The Anwoointea I'rcas ban boon Informed that . IM.lnlßter Bowon, nctlns for Venezuela, '. pledges thirty per cent. of Hi;etmtom. rocollitn of La Gulra nnd . Porto CMbello, the joint coiatnlsslori to Be nuiilr up of a ropresnntntivQ from each of the I'nwpi-B intorostcd In thn cliirta, IFroin tlio oxchaneos bocweon tlio Powers, tluxt leak <mt, It i» Indlcatea that nmnli mattdTß of thi> question nn» being oonsldvred. Fonnul notioo of the ncreptonce of tho pro|v-.Hitlon linfl not oomo to Wr. Bowsn; however, u-nolllcial Infor- • Mfttlon went far to q&Uaf}' him of the ftociu'acy of tha Htutoment hn mado late fiaturday jil^ht, namely, Hint thnro *v rpnson to bellcivo thnt thn pomllnir controvprsy w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

CHEERFUL StocUs Strengthened by Venezuelan News. FLUCTUATIONS UNIFORM Missouri Pacific and Electric Mnde Ad"nncL's on Reported Increased Earnings, Closing Very- Dull but Firm ot the Top Level of Pricos. (By Aesocla'tod Press.) HEW YORK, Jan. £B.— Tho professional tradors In stocks wero In a moro cheerful frame of mind to-day und expressed relief over tho good rospects for tho settlement of the Vonezuolan difficulty and tho lifting of the blookado of tho Vonozuelan coasts. The market had one or two spurts when an appoaranco of considerable animation wns Impnrtcd to tho trading, but at ot,hor times the trading was actually Btairnont. The average of the day s activity did not rise abovo that of la«i week. Tho weekly statistics of rallrond traffic Mused an unfavorable Impression by reason of tho far-rcnchlns complaint of car famine. Tho incrcaso In grain receipts at Chicago wns attributed to the fact that tho east-bound roads wero unable to accept tho incoming shipments from tho Wets. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

__j6i!Ml2^l»kyi For Infants and Children. pigißltiil i 8 X™ 1 ! y * ?ave bASfcgclablePrcpnmlionrot'As- h ■ „ j slmilalingUicßiocJamlHcdula- ?;f _, „ // Ungtlic Stomachs nnclDowels or v, : Jjearg tllG $ \ Promotes Digcslion.ChcerlYil- I ° M*/ \§y ncssandltest.Conlainsnelihcr n -f MkMQW Opiuni.Morpliini! norMiucKil. UJ. #|\ \\S >or^Attco m c. ' fiV\\*r itoiptaroir! nrSAMVLriraiEii q Mv i\unpkm Sad- j |J| » ffaMl".Uu- v&«A - |m /li fatMtntrSda * ,;\ E\ o\\ HwmSr,./ ■ \\ &J R nm/ifJ MiffHf ISV Si * SB JUMmHvn rr.nxr. I /W B ' S B IT\ f\ JZ IfW fl llSfi ApcrfpclUcmnd^rorronslipn- jig | H ly wu Tlon, Sour Sloinach.U'mrrhncn SB 1 njsi/ -, Worms.CoiiYulsions.Fcverish- "\& ft M §!nvi lluni^ ness nnd Loss of Si^EP. | \J* fOl UVGI I FacSimilo Si|}nnlure or c Thirty Ypsir^ L^N^V YORK. §1111 IJf luUIU EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. M I«Pi^lkß \ tMI H I St. Louis Exposition Commissioners Meet to Organize. HON. G. E. MURRELL LIKELY He is Regarded the Choice o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

This preparation is intended, especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza and has become famous for its cures 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 influenza, (grip) but counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given to a baby as confidently as to an adult. |T0 RE-ENACT iWHARTONACT I Great Fight Expected Over Pending Insurance Bills. j ONE OFFERED BY MR. GENT He Seeks to Put Rigid Restrictions Upon the Companies — Southeastern Tariff Association Is involved. There Is a great deal of Interest In the various bills that have been offered on the siibjoot of lnßurajioe In the Legislature, and those Interested In the bualncM axe much In evidence about the Capitol. Two of the bills tha.t ore being piven Immediate consideration are thosi offered by Senator Bruce, of Wise, on Satu.May, re-enacting the famo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 27 January 1903

12 Miller & Rhondj, Miller & Rhonds. Coats and Furs at Nearly Half Price Some, stores may prefer to pack these gnrnicnts away until noxt Reason father tlianscll them at the prices ;tt which w now otter them. It's never been our policy to ad op I thai plan. We'd rather sacrifice proliis now and clear up everything during i lie season — not jirom sentiment, hut because it pays us tp do SO. There's a litnit lo thr storiicrc capacit}' of any btiilrlinp, and room Js what we need now for the spring gouil^. ..y,'' ry Xn ! tv Jn " l! r'': for , lv " mi>n ' We have four especially pood cuirn^, nnd (torn up to sr.so. values tliat have been marked Well-Flttlnjc Taiior-Maiio jarketn douii in price — for fsr.no Mafiy of them reduced from $10.00 ti;.-o i^rotß now pia.r.n. Flr.oly-Tallored Mnnlo Cnrlr.n nnO JSO.W Cca.!a now $i.s.rii>. Jnieltets fnr i?7.r.(>, that sold for Cbala now 92.7 .."50, $12.60 nnd J13.H0 JM.OO Coati now «4it. &amp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

THJ3 TIMES, FOUNDED ISfO.IT ' THU DlSPAXfcll, KOUNDKD ISM.};/ THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. f "WASHINGTON? Jan. 27,— Forecast for i^Vfednwiday and TMiTßa'ny: Vlrglnla-lUiin Wcclno.idny nnd Thursflay; warmer Wednesday In wost portion; fresh Douthcnnt to south winds. . North Carolina— llnln •Wednesday and Thursday; fresh southeast to Euuth wlnda J Yesterday was onn of tho moat dlahgrceablo days of tho season. Enln fell at Intervals throuKh tho early evening nnd night, heavily ut times, and the atmosphero was penetrating. STATE OF THERMOMETEB. » A, JI 38 J2 M -12 5 P. M "It) 6 P. M <~> G P. 31 -IS J2 midnight 16 Avoraga ' 5 Hiphost tpmporntiiro-3 P. AT & I^owest tnmpnrntiiro— 6 A. M £j Mean temponuuro yrsterday »« Normal t'-n literature for January... . is -Departure from normal lemporaturo. OT Precipitation Uur.inc past 2» hours... 00 Moon rises...'.'.'.'.'. S:So | Evenllng 1:51 RICHMOND. An es-convlct arrested, charged with forgery, though -unable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

« HE WANTED jlossler Was Anxious That the Inquiry End. HE SAYS DOBLIN LIED Subcommittee Appointed to Draw Up Findings to Report to Full Committee for Final Action— Mr. Rixey's Questions. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON', D. C, Jantwry 27.— Tho House Committee on Nnval Affairs to-day condudofl the taking of testimony In tlio Jnrestlgatlon of tho ohargo made by Jtopr«aentallvo Lesslor tliut n corrupt nttemrt had been made to induenco his vote in that commlltoo on tho proposition to pnrchajo aubmnrlne torpedo boats. The executive Kss.tion wn» licltl by the ocmmiltoo at tho cnnclusldn of Urn nftcrnoon si.'Ksion, and consideration waß Kivon to tbo ilndliiKS tho uiinimltt<-o would report to tho llouso. Aftor seVarai ri>anhitlon» bad bcon proyosuri and dlocursloii hiul been had as to tho wording of a report, a «übcomiulttco, conalstlng »C Ropresohtatlvo JTobh, of Illinois; Dayton, or West Virtlnla; Taylor, of Oliio; Meyer, of Ala-ba-ina. nnd Kitchln, of North Caroli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

EULOGY OF M'KMEY President Roosevelt Delivers Eloquent Speech. DISTINGUISHED GUESTS In Beautiful Language Living President Paid Tribute to Dead One at Banquot Given in Latter's Honor in Hi!* Former Home. (By Associated Press,) OANTON, OHIO, Jan. 27.— rresldent •Jtoosovelt to-night partlclpatod In a notable trlbuto to tho memory of the Into President MeKlnley. Ho wns the prlnclpnl orator at a, banquet glvon under tho auspices of tho Cnnton Itcpubllcun tionguo, in commemoration of tho birthday of MeKlnley. Surrounded by friends, nelßhbors nnd business nnd political nsBOdatCß of tho dead Vrenldont, ho pronounced a. brilliant nnrl eloquent onloffy upon tho llfo and works of JlclClnley— a eulogy by many regarded as thn most beautiful nnd honrlfelt tribute ever paid to the memory of llro rtiatlntrulsncd dead, Tho banquet was held In the Grand Opera-House, tho seats belnß removed from thp pit and tho houao entirely refloored for the occn-slon. Tho Interior of the bulldliiß was beautiful wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

4 Tlio Timcs-Bispatcli. Tins HAit,Y Ti.Mr.s-niHi'ATCH IS BOI.IJ AT TWO CIONTB A I'lU'V. KOT HI-: iiirriUNi;!' UNLESS AC; COMPANIKD IIV STAMTS. WBDNESDAV, JANUARY 88, lOC3, A TRIUMPH FOR TRUTH. Mr. Clinrles Francis Adams, iho dlstlnKulPhrsl gcholnr nnd pntrlot oj MoHsachusetla, his, In threo notablo addteswes Klvm In the pnsl throo months; porforniPil a publio Borneo for whlcli tho wlioln country Rbould bo (frateful. 'J'h" first of those addresses vrm delivered In Win city of Chioasro, tho second In tho etty of Chnrleston, R. <'„ nnd the tliird In tho city of New York on Monday evening at tho thirteenth annual banquet nt the Confederate Votenuis' Camp of that city. Wo uny that Mr. Adams has dono a great public: service, beeauso ns nn American citizen ho has hnd tlio courage lo ntiind up beforo audiences In thn North nnd In tho "West and In the. Stiulli nnd proclaim the truth. It Is difficult nomotimes for frnll humanity to put luxi.lo prejudice) ami partisan bins nnd train...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. _ ESLP WANTED— MAIB. WJNTra>rA VoulUJ 16 TO 13 YKARS: of We, for oftlco worlt, Address, In o\vn harawrlthiß and na.mo, rofcrenefs, P. O. UokSSO, city, WANHaD, A COLOItI2D MAN AS OAKdenet to bo to Worm Spring, Va.. W attenl to tha Harden nnd raiso vegelablos lor the hotel. Apply to H. \V WOOa, at Wood's Seail Store. 1323 Mali Strcer WANTBD, CO!X>RKD BOY TO WOR - In l-alber shop. Apply at. 2JC!) 10. Dro Street YOUNO MEN • EVERYWH.ERI3, CQ ltttcm. homo evenings, V wi«clt. fr nddr«s>pd enwlojm for pnrtlcu, MANAOER, Dept, W, 9S, Dox ltll,. 1 '", - adelphln. Pa. . WANTED-, TWO BOILKRMAI'J?: food wairca; sternly employment. '?}*. i a ' TIIIO MATItIESON A" Uji WORKS, SnJtvllle. Va. WANTED, TO EMPI^OY Ml °*V ability and Rood nddress; agroc" 3 ramuncrath'u position. Onlyf"«,i enorg-y noi>d apjily. Addrcsio ¥' " a * £94, city. '■■ WANTED. A 13OY ABOUT IB *^.? <?£ affe to learn shirt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

:-? o. vUAL I ILIVj Sixteen Thousand Tons Were Dumped Into Vessels. FOUR HUNDRED CARS Most of the Steamors Waiting for Coal Havo Been Loaded and Hnvo Sallod Away — Many Schooners Are Awaiting Coal Cargoes, (Spncial to Tlin Tlme«.|)l«pntch.) NOrtITOL'K, va., January 2r.-Thb coal famlno 1m ended. Thora la tremendous nctlvlty nt Lambert's Point, The rconliils and tho slilpnnuit^i of coal nre enormous. This active movement of conl reached lilg-h water mark yesterday. When <00 cars or Ifi.tW tons of i'O.tl wero dumped Into WJiltliiß vessels. lVfitorihy wua th; blf K'st ilny nt the plor Within four years. Train loads of, coal are frequent. Threo arrived this afternoon. Ordors havo been received by tho train crews ami pier M'orkerH of tho Norfolk nnd "Western llallroad to proparo to work half of every other nlßht In addition to tholr day work, Trains have been duinpiiiK coal at iho plera frocly fur n week, uuil moat of the Stcamon" awnlllng coal havo boon loaded and havo sailed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 28 January 1903

|pa ITALIAN PEPPS, PJ2II ( 10? AIIMINIIM POCKET PACKET. ) A HANDY POCKET STAMP BOX WHEN EMPTY.. jfifevGUlVa BMPERIALS. \MMS ASSORTED PURE FLAVORBNGS. . IF NOT SOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST, rt/n* OL-±0 MAILED FREE UPONRECEIPTOF PRICE. vaa^gjy fi63 Broadway, n.y.city. STABBED WITH A POCKET KNIFE Altercation on Chincoteaque Island Results in Wounding of Capt. Bunting. (SpeclHl to The Tltncii-Dlnpittch.) ONANCOCIC, VA., January 27.— Nows reaohed hero to-day of a serious altercat'onl on Chlneoieaguo Island lMonday night* between Captain Wm. Bunting nnd John Clark. Captain Bunting and Mr. Clark got Into a quarrol Saturday night. There liad been for some tlmo a feud between tho two, nnd on this eccaslon they used abusive language against each other, ■with threats. Bunting even struck Clark In tlio f;ico once. They met for the first time Bines this quarrel Monday night on tho street and again begun quarreling. Clark drew hlg revolver «nd would have shot Bunting, but It would not flro. Clark drew h...

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