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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

VIRGINIA LEAGUE ? ELECTS OfflCERS THICKK tM.t BS HUI'PORT INCAJM BlfiNT AND ?rim WCk. PltrlM DKNCY TO JIUIUN H lid*. P-tTa*Jh*B?URam. TA.? ?s**Ial.? Three of the aix chiba ef the Virginia ^*?yite League? representing the Wil ht^.na factten ef the eireuit. met a*** and voted oa abe alaettes of officers and *tb*r matters. Norfolk. Petersburg as* Roanokt? voted for Williams sad the vice pr.-s idem y wa* ?tiered te Junes Hill, of Richmond, who ?neeHned. Norfolk then suggest? d the nantie of Hauimon?! -a-Johnson, of Nerfelk. for vi?ts presi B?Jent. and he wu* sleeted. wj^hf question ef requiring each Club in the Virginie league te pee* a for? feit is Beug attaeewne?*, AH snestions ef fine* ?Sue the lo*gUS by any ele? wnn deferred te Co? next meeting. There ens several claims against tbe Uleketaead ?duB. Those present are Williams and Heins, of Roanoke, McCiary an* Sanfter, of Norfolk; Pritchtard an* Perktnson, of Petersburg Tbe eonstiteaten wan amended to provide for the phvyrag eff of p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

^A^-TiTvioFar:. |w1H>. l??u?d Morning, Evening and Sunday Til tat Home Paper of the South ?"HE NEWS OK THE WORLD i? gathered by the well-trained apecial u> res txui dent* ot THE ST'N and set bctt>rc the readers la a concise and in ?irc; manner each morionf*; and weekday afternoon. A-, a chronicle of world event? TMK SUN IS INDISPENSABLES, while Bureaua in Washington and New York make its new* from the legiala k? lancial centers of the country the best that Can be obtained. .*\S A woman's PAPKK TUB SUN has no superior, betny mora r 1 lectually a paper ef the highest true It publishes the very best feature ??i rx? written on fashion, art an.l mis ?el laneons mattet* THE SUN'S market news make? it A BUSINESS at AN. S NCCES! he firmer, the merchant and the broker ?can d?pend upon compute and I ble information upon their various lines of trade, mail THE SUN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr : SUNDAY SUN. \ 25c. (or 2 months or $"?*<&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

UNDERWOOD TypOTATi ter demonstrates its. superiority in speed reliability by winning every typewriting contest in ??very class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Cmlen. New York City. 1911 Rocord World's Professional Championship (one hour) 1st? UNDERWOOD H. O. Itlaisdell 112 v minute 2d? I7NDBRWOO D Florence R. Wilson 111 v. minute 3d UNDERWOOD K?vse L. Fritz lo7 woi minute 4th- IJNDBRWOOD K. A. Trefzjrer l<>7 words per minute - 5th- DNDERWOOD J. H. Hoyt lo? \v?.i?U per minute W World's Amateur Championship?Thirty Minutes lat? UNDBRWOwD Ous. R. Trcfzirer 98 words per minute 2<l ?UNDERWOOD afarHavret B. Owen worda per minute 3d UFDERWOOD Beasie Friedman 90 worde per minute ?Mh?UNDBRWOOD Lottie B. Bett? 83 words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Kdisop Transcribing Contest?Ten Ifinutea lat??UNDBRWOOD Lottie E. Betta 63 worda per minnte NOTB?Above records are net. Fiv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

FORBIDS MARRlltlE OF INCOMPETENTS Rl< HMONl>, TA^- Specials Marriage? of druiuVaro-.. drug AeniJa aud fUM'UMil people Is for? bidden. In a bill lntrvxlu<*ed In tbe Hiiusf of l>cU*gau-> Unlay h> \\. 1>. Peyton, of Ntaffor?! county, ami a penalty o? 9 UK? h ml a year's ImprlNiuiuini is provided tor auyon?- i-onira? tin?; -uch a marriage, any clerk ismiing a II e*Mi!M- to such people, k?i' .??. ? tiioir ?condition. Mini any iiiiULU-aer perforntliiK the ceremony. The object ?if the hill if? to put a legal check I ;? UM Inherited ten? dencies towards drunkenness. Immor? ality and phym-Hl degeneracy. No man of any age will be allowed to marry, if the lull is pass?-?!. unless las can show that Vie is mentally and physically sound. No woman under forty-ftv- \?nrs of sure will be permitted t?> become a ?arty to a marriage contract until sh? BU given similar assura' The bill will probably meet con alderabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

Uric Acid; Sou!. Etc. yield to MIL.AM when all else fail Eminent Divine Testifies SISjaaKTaaWaawaDaTaSaSnaWSB BBaWawaWaWaWaWSBT* aBWSBWaBWaTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas lunuda <to3frrrtur tBoarfc ?f tfinfam*. W W ROYALL. D D. S<c y. ?orfolk. Vs., July 7, 1911. The Sil im Medicine Co., Inc., Danville, Va. ?Santleaiant? It gires me pleasure to tell you how touch good your "MUsle" haa done me. I have had moro or leae uric acid trouble r ton or fifteen yoare, and at timos I had attacks of rheumatlo -??out that were not only excruciatingly painful, but that laid me uj> in bed for a woek at a time. I ueod everything the doctors recommended, but obtain-?! only a little relief. Last Hay, I ?as ec fortunate ae to try Ullan, and having procured through you a cnae of a h-alf a dozen, I uoed It faithfully. I cannot tell you ?hat relief It hao glvon mo. It may bo *.oo soon for me to claim a permanont euro, but I mean to koep up the treatment, fool glad to think I have foun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 January 1912

WAMS IBCOND HAND BAGS and Write for prices. [MBM> BAG to, Isf? RKTUHOVD, TA. tas ?bese Auto Tires. Rubber Shoes, Blcyele Tires; that ?sTwpner, Leed, Etss; those ?heat let of old Rana? etc. Let thtn old mat-srfal late h tsr you. Write us. I? BwSB ?ft CO. Ave-, RHUM Oh*. TA. BOTICBS. WTR HOleTS. AND iJi'IT We Jean mosey to buy or _, aJse life morl-gages. Ton pay fl&As) ses asonth plus b% simple is sasraet en eaeh $1.000.0?. This sssssaat pay* for your loan la tes ?ant ?stae-haif years. Caa pay ia full ?aft any thus, thereby stopping fur. sTaer interest Write or call on The *B*ftandard Home Company. 318-3*9 jbfsw Bid?, Mor folk, Vs. SPECIAL JfOTTCE. WA--?T TO BUT A FARM, try home, will give you long at f> per cent, interest only. If. Davidson. 32? W. Main Richmond, Va. RATB GOODS. THE IGTEST PARIS FASH W HAIR DRESSING. All of hair on hand or mads to fjetobfngs made Into Switches, Tsaiisii'i.i Puffs, etc. Satisfac fjna guaranteed Hl'GHEs, 109 Third St. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL' VOL> ViU* ?^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^Bl'B^B^B^H'MATHEWS C. H, *^'**MlURSDAY, FEBRUARY I ??^^^^-^^^? Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ?asa ssbSJ? amytaing hi thia tina ist our prias bei or? placing ordsr. ablas no to turn out th? highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and giv? personal atten? tion to placing work fat estns tnvlte you to call and Inspect our tarie stock of finished a Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William At* NORPOUr, VA? Car Una. 8711. flL ft. Mimiford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Prea. and Ctuhier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. ?mid Up Capital $50,000 M \T H EWS . H., VU. eeecuats of Arms snd Individuals and off?rs to consistent with good banking interest Allowed On Savias*? Accounts. IB Bsaey In Ysalt Csv erred By Burglar Ii 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays. 9 A. M. to 1 2 M C D. CLINTON cmsrnLArrom fob EQUirwi-cr ah? upaibj or WAIT? SUPPLY, WlSBsUL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

IMuIATO > i HOL? WINTER MEET Steam Heated and Electric Light? ed Steel Cars for Valuable Racers. NORTOLK, VA.? Special.? Travel Ins In ?team-heated and electric light? ed cars, fifty-eight of the crack thor? oughbred rare horses of America will be shipped from here tomorrow t?? take part in the !<>r.g winter meeting at Charleston. S. C. The horses will be accompanied hy attendant? ?ml will travel on a .-, train atade up of i i rt?**al built c;i Pullman and an observation car. They hav? een wintering at James town. Oil <>p??rati?r Kilh??1. COALING. CALt.? Special.? C. R. He??, an oil operator, was instantly killed :? T ? .1 I>. K. Rites, a salesman. was probably fatal l) Injured today ?when in which they s riding turtled fr??m a broken axle. TURKISHI T?00PS? DEFEAT ITALIANS Report of Crushing Blow Deliv? ered at Gargaresh, With Many Killed. CONVTA_STINOPLE.? Speclsl. ? News tnat the Turkish forces in Tri? poli h.:&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

EXONERATE WILEY_ WIMPIRACY CHARGE Fact That Wiley and Associates Could Not Agree on Inspection Board Is Believed to Neces? sitate Further Inquiry. WA4??Ml?W?ITON, D. C. Special.? ShtonaratltLg Dr. Harvey W. Wiley of the charge of conspiracy in employ? ing Dr. H. H. Rusby, an expert chem? ist, at a salary unauthorized by law, recommending the discontinuance of the Remsen referee board, unless sanctioned by legislative action, and suggesting changes in the adminis? tration ot the pure food laws, the House committee which investigated the famous Wiley-McCabe contro? versy in the Department of Agricul? ture made its report today. The report of the committee Is unanimous. Its language Is temperate and does not go so far as some of the adherents of Dr Wiley hoped, but it recommends u,.,t the Bureau of Chemistry, headed by Dr. Wiley, be given grculor latitude in the admin? istration of pure food laws. The report, however, does not I ommcnd the dismissal of Soli? G.-ortte P. McCabe. alleged...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

fskuTlfwioits., liio. ligue*! Mor?me, Evening- and Sunday T h Great Home Paper o? the South TUS HRWS OF TH1? WORLD ia gathered by the well-trained special e?s?r**e!*'pondenU Of THE SUN and set before the reader* in a conciae anu in t??t?*?tirg manner earh morning and w?*?ckday afternoon. Aa a chrcntcleef world ?rvsnts THE SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while its bureaus is Washington aad New York make its new* fi*orn the legislative and financial center* of the country the beat that can be obtained. AS A WOMAN'S PAPER THE SUN ha? no superior, beinp morally and Intellectually a paper of the highest type. It publishes the very best feature last can he writteu on faihion, art anl miscellaneous matters. THE SUN'S market ucwi makes it A BUSINESS MAN.S NECESSITY for ?he farmer, the inert caaut snd the broker can depend upon complete and reliable information upon theiF-rhrious lines of trade. By mail THE SUM (morning and evening) 25c. g month or $3 yr THE SUNDAY SUN. { ***???P/mon,hs ?* *'??&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

Ever**boo*2 Xoves a TOUnner Year after year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD Ttjpotati ter demonstrates its superiority in apeed reliability by winning every typewriting ?contest in every class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden New York City. * 1911 Record World's Professional Championship (one hour) 1st 2d Jd ?f?h 5th -UNDERWOOD -ITNDEKWOO D - UNDERWOOD -UNDERWOOD -UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaisdell 112 words Florence K. Wilson 111 words Rose L. Fritz lo7 wor-ls E. A. Trefrger lo7 words j. H. Hoyt loo words per per per per per minute minute minute minute minute World's Amateur Championship?Thirty Minutes 1st 2d 3d ?4th lst? UNDEKWOwD Gus. R. Trefzger 98 words per minute UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 words per minute VFDERWOOD Bessie Friedman 90 wor?le per minute -UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Bctts 83 words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Edison Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

TO. PREVENT DEGENERATES FROM ALL PROROGATION ?SSV* ? ??? I? Bill for Sterilization of Congenital Criminals and Imbeciles Looks as Though its Passage is Secure. S 1 ? H M OND? VA.? Special^ Oim o? the moat imi>orUint bills Eh - tore the General Assembly at its prissent session is that ? |>r? sid?ss for the sterilization oi ?. . or congenital criminals. Idiota ano imbeciles which will be present? tit?- House bj l>r. H. W. Suph? ? At the lust -ion of the I.? -islaturo thia bill waa introduced into the at?> by Dr. Charles v. Carrington and was passed, ??dug to the committee of tin. I lm*h has r? mn red a fsvoriihlf report on it. The bill BOS seen*? d?rstined for ultimate success. This bill has undoubtedly as I reatlnia- import as sn> offered to the L*e?-islat'iic. in that it proposes by on? snd Hiirc injunction to fore\?r rid the future generation! ?>*' that constantly snd rapidly inn taK army comprising tin- classes in T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

FOR GOJOLDOd Milam is aaaranteed under the sore ft>od and drug's law to con? tain no opium, morphine, strych? nine, mercury, potash or other dangerous or habit forming drug*. Thas you take no chances with your health when you take M i Jam. HHAM bj^iii. You take no chances with your raon?*y either, for if you buy a course of six bottles and are not benefitted you can tret your money back for the asking. No dispute no argument?you are the judge. W Rheumatism I will always take pleasure In recom? mending M dam for Uric Acid troubles. C. T. H-irle-dale, former U.S. Postmaster, Danville. Va. For nearly eight years I suffered with rheumatism nt times unable to walk. I am taking Milam with great benefit, ss I am now able to walk and suffer mo pain. Mrs. Ira R. Preston. Abingdon. Va. Rheumatism sffected my heart until I could not lie down without such p.iin that I oould hardly bear it Milam has made me feel like a new woman. Mrs. J. P. Brown, 835 N. 8tb St., Richmond, Va. For 18 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 February 1912

WANTS D a j~*Q NKCO.\D HASP BAGS KAtlM ?U,i Burlap Wanted. A***-***** Writ, for Prices. RICHMOND BAU ((I, lnc? Biehmond, Va, ?kip us those Auto Tires, Rubber Boots and Shoe?, Bicycle Tires; that Brass, Copper. Lead, Zinc; those Boass; that lot of old Rags. etc. Let ag ?ouvert this old material Into ready ?cash for you. Write us. L. KOSE & CO.. Ml Brook Ave, ? MOM). YA. KOTICFS. OWN YOl R HOMK. AND QUIT reniing. We loan money to buy or build, also life mortgages. You pay $7.50 per month plus 6% simple In? terest on each $1,000.00. This amount pays tor your loan kn ten and one-half years. Can pay in full at any time, thereby stopping fur. ther interest. Write or call on The Standard Home Company, 318-S',9 Law Bld'g. Norfo?k, Va. SPECIAL S0T1CE. ?asTsTOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, ?r oountry home, will give you long tisse at 6 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson, 326 W. Main Street. Ricnmond, Va HUB GOODS. Afib THE LATEST PARIS FASH? ION! IN HAIR DRESSING. AH Mads of hair o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ?UniVOL. Vlil. MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1912 NO. 51 (?j Monuments and Grave Stones infeMarble and Granite *~3S*T? wmm aeed anything In this line set our prloe before placing order. ars dotan* ths bosta oss is Tidewater Vlr ?gftaJa, The latest lasprovsd ma ?hlaery with or plant stfBdppod en? ables as to torn out ths highest class work at most reasonable prices. Wo pay freight and airs personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. We respectfully Invite yon to call and inspect onr large stock of finished BBft ttsnss tn Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON llth 8treet and William Ave NOWrOIJC, VA. ?Ob Ftae Beach Car Line. " " " *? ^"'* " "?*? mt C. H Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. find Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $S0,000 MVTHEWS. H.t VA. ?ants of firms and individ?ala and offers to latkm consistent with good banking laterett Allewed Oa Savings Accounts. AB Msaey la T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

HAVE PLAN TO CREPEE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA While every nerve is being; strained by the progressive element In the Senate to pass the Woman's Co-ordinate College bill, hostil? members of the House of Delegates are quietly planning to kill it as soon as it is sent to them for concurrence. They realize that if the matter is considered upon its merits it stands an excellent chance of passing. Therefore they are resolved to strategy, and are ready to introduce a measure which is calculated to bring President Aldeiia tn, of the University of Virginia, and all other advocates of higher education in the State to their knees. This proposed bill, which the hostile delegates are planning, will strike a blow at the University of Virginia itself. Theae delegate? look with disfavor upon the woman'? college plan, be? cause, th of their love for th? I niversity of Virginia. red to injure th. University of Virginia rather than submit to the bill which ths Bannt? will probably pass. In comparison wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

QMS CASHIER r : WAS A SUICIDE WDmamm ux;ks, ?ooivn. special. Newa of Uas closing of the local aav Ings baak under a eourt order for ninety days. Issued by Justice Samuel O. Prentice, of the Supreme Court, spread through the countryside fester tbaa sswsbsys could deliver their wares and today there was a stream of buggies (rom all points headed for the Windsor Lo?-k P*v?lngs Hank, with precious pass books, showing savings or a lifetian? , carefully shielded from the how beneath lap roues. Little time was last In getting to the bank. Throughout the day a crowd stood peering anxiously through the win? dows Into the main banking room, where Kx-??>rt Accountant C. W Dutcher. of West Hartford, bent over the pondereus ledgers oblivious to the curiosity and emotions on the street. Not one person coukl be found In this town today who was willing to argue that Alfred W. Conv?>rso, the former treasurer, by all odds the hold? ing cilizea at the time of his death, shot hims...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

y in h \ &\*$* sAuWiraoFK. "rno. lMu?d Morning, Evening and Sunday Th Great Home Paper of the South THE NKWS OK THE WORLD is gathered by the well-trained special ?sorreapondenta ?h THK SUN and ?et before the readers in a concise and in *ere*t:rg manner each morning and weekday .?ftern???n. A? a chronicle of world events THK SUN IS IN01Sl'KNSABLt5, while It? bureau* in W*?d.i?ngt<?n and New York make its new*? from the legislative and financial center* of the countrv the best that can he obtained. AS A "WOMAN'S PAPS?. PHI BUM his t\o superior, bein?' morally and intellectually a paper ot the hi-hest k*rp*. It publishes the very beat feature that can be written on fashion, art an 1 ?ai?***llan?ons matters. THK SUNS market news mike* it A ni'SlSKSS MAN.S NECESSITY far ?he fanner, the tnercnaut and the broker can depend upon complete and reliable information upon their various lines of trade. By mail THE SUN <morning and evenint) 25c. a month or $3 yr T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

"sSver-?bob? Xovee a Hdinncr Year after-year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD Typowi ter ?dem?nstrale? it? ?uperiority in speed reliability by winning every typewriting contest in every class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden New York City. ^ 1911 Record World** Professional Championship (one hour) l*t?UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaiadell 112 word* per minute 2d?UNDER WOO D Florence E. Wilson 111 words per minute 3d--UNDERWOOD Ro*e L. Fritr lo7 words per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD E. A. Trefrger lo7 word* per minute 5th-UNDERWOOD j. H. Hoyt lo6 words per minute World's Amateur Championship?Thirty Minutes Ist-UNDERWOwD Gus. R. Trefcger 98 words per minute 2d? UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 words pt-r minute ?Id? UFDKRWOOD Bessie Friedman 90 worde per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Bett* 83 words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes l?t?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 word* per minute World'? Edison Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Berts ?53...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 February 1912

THINK 0EN0A~1 HAS GONE DOWN BERWICK. ENQ.?Special.?*- The WliBK'ii lint' steamship Uenoa Is be 11* ved to hait; Kone down In tbe North S?* with the loss of her crew Of twenty-four. Wreckage. Identified mm part of the ship, was washed ssh.'r? her* today. Th.* Osnos ha? been missing since She saib?I f?>r Rigs, Kuss?;.. t\\.? weeks ago. It is bsll*v*d II wreck?-?! by th.. terrlfli | ? srhieh b?v?. 1. . ti rai"ir?K Off the COSSC 8TKAM1 K PASS] s TIlllOlCI? iii:\\ v i ii i.i?-* of in NEW YORK. Special.?The French Un, n.uni.?au. which i?r riv,?t todaj from Havre, report??*] -fJBass.r.i? :...i\\ ?n Jsnuarj ?6th. through which the vessel steam? ed f??r hour? *??? covered in Sil i far SS the S*f? eoul.l reaeh. FIND TRUE BILL AGAINST BRIBERS THREE TIKI I.V To rol.I/OW M'.NA MAKA CASE?t.KWI? .11 "KV _ NOW INVESTIGATING. U&9 ANGELES, CAL.? Special.? At lea.?t litre? iniiictmi nl? for uribery in Ihe defense <>i John J. and Janus B. IfcNsmara, the dyna...

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