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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 28 January 1903

TRADING ATLOWEBB Futlle to Attempt to Measure Slgniflcance of Chantfesr MONEY SITUATION SAME Early Advance ln Stock3 Was Charac terized by Readinoss of Traders to Reallze?Tho Market Closed Dull and Heavy. (By Associated Press.) NEW Y01UC, January 27.?Vosterday's Improvcment In speculativo aentlment Boomcd to bo. maJntained to-day, but tho trading wns nt such a low <(bb of aotiv Ity thnt It was futlle to try to mcasuro tlio slgnlflcunco ot tho changes. To flay's total sales of stoclts wero Illtlo changed from ycotbrday. In a few cases thero waa buylhg of stocka on ..tho elrongt'h ot special dcvelopmenta, but this demand did not follow a rlse In prlcos fnr, and had very littlo sympathe tlc effcot on tho general llst. The llrm Bess of tlio eoalors was bascd on tho re? port of net tnrnlngs for New Jorsey Con? tral ln Deeember, showlng- i\n Increnso over thoso ot lnst Deeember of $612,000. Conlldcnt predlctlons were mado that tho forthcomlng- Decomber roport ot Erio Would show evon be...

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. — 28 January 1903

W$ (ii ia ?^ Wlion tho liowola mo-' ilV t SsUlll llilll iih Q0KSTI?ATIOH STARTEB VOUSt aUFI-'ERlNO, , CURE tY AKO TOUn AFF?,!C7I0M IVILl VA.KJSH. 5yc (SSrapo TobbSo ?mpos (SonsiBjpiaitSoni i frrdeiilarly thn enllr?5 or, (ioiii Llpftllori nioio ig v.' rrii ti and It.nanl' H prdi'n a leucon hpA nlo ii: ;)?-:, Iteg'uliir i rt ?? -. ??'?. ii m >whi njo'u Toi i-. I -i ?).-.< pills aml \ thl i r rtru '-y in ;i mllclj adltlii-n tn bolng n crrentor ?.ibb ? '.'. t D^ningthrglvor vir n"uy >>: ln r jiri paratioti lu !. pui; ? i. Multfl Cirnpo "iily ctlro tho inosl, ohslln irjtl'iii, nnd tlio numerouH i,-: ':,'. follow ln H.i wakOi ?complalnt, kidney ii'i-i provti r Derloiw I jlswlli restilt iii lisd Mull'a Grnpd '. ordlnnry cnthaftlcs, feetitlo laxiiUvoln no ficah-lmildor, blootl-i than <M iivi r (-il i rGcomruefidtijrl for Toiiic wiH perrhn aloca.-o ot cosi! i juilicilotu; that in Ko ini'.ti.er Itltini vortlgo, nalpltatlon pr the lienrt, . or tho HDif-poIeOnlng which followa vr...

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. — 28 January 1903

Lace Curtains Among other things that have helped ua build ottr Immcnao business, stcp by step Is titir dlscrltnhiatlng care ln the sclcc ttonot our Laoa Curtaln-ptocks. Curtains at $100.00 Per Pair am herein several varlotlas, and we have brought somo benu tjes In Brussels Laca aud Rcnoissanco that aro worth your timo to lnspoct, ; Others at $5 to $50 ( XRISH POINT, NOTTINGHAM, RENAISSANCE, EMBROIDEREEi MUSLIN, Wo aro dally furnishing many of tho fincst homes through? out, and shall bo pleased to estlmato on anything you mny necd In RUQS, MATTINQ, LINOLEUM, CARPETS, < WALL PAPERS, FURNITURE. Our branch storo rcprescnts all that ls new and best In these, (Washington, D. C.) 808 E. Main Street, - - Richmond, Va, LIQUOR BILL The Dispensary Measure Is Offered in the Senate. JUDGE MANN TO OPPOSE Will Stand for Hla Original Measure. Bill Definlng Ubal la Presentad. Interostlng Procaedlngs ln Both Branchas Ye sterday. Tho foature of Uie leglslatlvo aesalon yastanlay was Uie lutroduotlo...

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. — 28 January 1903

Miller O Rrionds. Miller ? Rhonds. eneo aists for There's lots of small manufacturera in Xcw York that sell to tlio .larger stores of that city in the early part o*' the season n'ncl get full prices for all they can make, up to a certain time, When tho big stored get nil they want, tho Ilttlo manttfaoturor is elmi enough to ?Oil what ho has left over, of tho samo goods for almost any? thing tlmr. he cm get. VVc bought all the clolh une of these waist-makers liad., and the waists were made up exactly as we ordered ihcm, material and finish being the same as ihe maker had used for his high-priced garments two months ago. Box pleated front and hack, With ?ach pleat Hnishod with small buttons or ? Gibson front und pleat, plonted backs, stork collar rind lie, trimmed in Belt-colored material find largo f? butions, Thesu walute aro uullncd and of GENUINE French flannel. , Flannelette Wrappers, 79c and $1.00, They Arc S1.25 and SJ.?9 Vnttice, For weather like, we've had the ! toast conplc ...

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. — 29 January 1903

mwS^!W^mwttO!M NUMBER, 16,152. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY,JANUARY 29, Ifloa. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE DAY'S SUMMARY. THE- WEATHER., WASHINGTON, Jan. ja.-Fo.-ocfl-st: VirKlnlt-ltnln Thursilny; Friday clear lng with colder wcnther ln west portl.ons; lw:re.nslng southorly wlnds. North Cr.rolltia?Raln In east portion; Friday eolder In wost portion; fresh south wlnds lncreaslnir. Tlie wcather In Richmond yesterdaj was at times disagreeably wnrm, and mnny dlscnr.lcd overcoats. Tho tcmpern turo at 3 o'clock wns fi3, and lt .had only decreosed ton doRrecs at mldnlght, STATE OF TH1DRM0METER. ? A, M. . ? 12 M. W 8 P. lt. t 6 P. M. M) ?? P. M. . M li mldnlght . K Ayerajj* . 641-6 Hlgh'est lemperature yesterday. <9 Lowrit toniporn-ture yesterday. A? Mean tcmperature yesterday. 42 Normal temperaturc for January.... ?j| Departuro from normnl temperaturc. 03 Precipltatlon during past 21 hours... .34 MINIATURE ALMANAC. January 29, 1M3. Btin rlsea.7:18 1 HIGH TIDE. Bur, sets.6.19 1 Morning.5:13 Moon oet...

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. — 29 January 1903

'rti the snow where the wreduigo burned. REVISKT) LIST. Tbe llst of l.leiitlfitvl dead Is: ROWLAND CHANDOR. of Plnlnfleld. BDWAtU> CURR1B, of Plnlnfleld. THOMAS A. CUMMING, of Plalnileld. BDWAR3> FLYNN, of Plnlnfleld. Bt.IAS QILES. of Plnlnfleld, JOSDPH R. HALLBTT, of Plalnfleld. HORACB G. HAND. of ElUabeth. R. W. HAPPER80N, of Plalnfleld. FRBD. HARDINGHAM, Of Dunnellen. HBNRY HOGKR. of Plnlnfleld. 1.ERA LINBERGETR., of Plalnfleld. HENRY T. MAHAN. of Plalnfleld. KARVEY M. PATTERSON, ot Plalti ?*ld. CHARLES B. REED, of Plalnfleld. J3\ A. BM1TI1, of Plalntlold. O. T. TKAYER, of Flalnfleld. HAatOLD V.'. TOMXJNaON, of Plaln? fleld. CRAIG- "WAI/DRON. of Plalnfleld. BDGAR W. WILLIAMS, of Plalnfleld. Two persons nro still mleslng-James Beekinan-, of Plalnfleld. aml Harold Le Beteaux, of thls city. Of the wounded lt Is probablo that four or flve wlll dle within a fow hours. EIGNALS WERE WORKING. W. G. Boslor, vlce-presldent nnd gen? erai mnnager of the Contral Railway cf New Jorsey, w...

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. — 29 January 1903

Establtshed tn 1863. PIANOS. , For a first-class Piano in every particular, that will serve you sahsfactorily for a life time, get the genuine, CHASE BROS'. CHASE-HACKLEY PIANO COMPANY, 603 East Broad Street. "SQUIRE IS DISPLACED Reasons for the Removal of | Sugarboltom Jones, A COMRADE DREW HIS PAY And Qave it lo 'Squire Jones' Wife, Certifying That the Latter Was at Work When He Had Long Been an (II Man. I.lke a clap of thunder from a clear Bky, Councllman B. H. Clowes, of Monroe "Ward, at the meeting of the Commltteo on Pollco, Elections and Schools yester clny afternoon, sprung a sensation, whlch has already resuited In the dlsmlssal from tho servlce of tho city of 'Squlro F. P. Jones, who has been drawlng a salary as a vagrant guard, and; whlch may yet re? sult ln the dlsmlssal of etill another guard ln tho person of William Disnoy. Aa a rtMiH of the faets brought to Ilght hy Mr. Clowes, the usual qulet and peaccful mtetlng of Uio committee proved to be one of the most lntercst...

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. — 29 January 1903

The Tiines-bispatch.; . THE DAILY IrniUS-BlSPATCH- IS BOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. TIIE SUNDAY TIMF.H-PIHFATCU IS BOLP AT F1VE CENTS A COPY. DAILY TIM138-DI8PATCH BY MA1L 16 A Y13AJI: MC. A MONTH. SUNDAY TIJIES-DISI'ATCK BY MAIL, 32 A YEAR. THE PAILY TIMUS-P1SPATCH, IN CLUDINGI SUNDAY, RY CARR1F.R. 1CC. PER W13KU. THB SUNDAY' TTMEP-DISPATCH, HY CAlUtTRR, fiC. VKIt WKICK. WKEKL-V TlMBS-PISrATCII, $1 YHAH ALL UNBIGNED COMMUNICATlONij. WILL BE UBJ'EOTICD. REJECTED OOMMPNIOATIONS Wli.T. NOT 1)B RETURNED UNLE8S AC COMPANIED BY STAMPS. TirURSDXY~^iiiuary_in71i)03! A CURIOSITV IN JOURNALISM. ln the Statuary IHnJl of the Nntlonnl Capltol oaoli Stato ig ontltled to two ro presentatlves. Virginia haa one, OvorKe Wnshlngton, but the vncancy is to bo li)h>d with Uio statue of Robort E. Lee, Washington 'nnd Leo aro two fnmoiia nnmes. but wo donbt. If mensured by tlie projHjr standard, lf Lee ls ontltled to the place at AVasblngtvMi'a sld.'. No mnn'a prlvate charactor aurpassoB Leo's; but wo do n...

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. — 29 January 1903

BY ALL MEANS GET THE VIGTOR TALKING MAGHINE Sounds Its Own Praises ; the Public Joins in , the Chorus. REGINA MUSIC BOXES Can Suit You in Size and price. WALTER 0. MOSES & CO., Correspondence Sollcitcd. 103 EAST BROAD ST. Culalotrucs Malled Free. 19000000000000000000000000 uoc/a/ and I !Po Jersonai ? ~i0tsti00ti0000tist0060ttaa0000ts^ The annual tea given by the Richmond Chapter of tho Daughters of the Confed? eracy, in point of offectlvo decoratlona Jn Confederato colors, in point of attendance and In point of enthuslnsm dlsplayed, wns tho most brllllant ot the many brllliant fcuccessea inaugrurated and carrled out by the Daughters. Tho Receptlon Committee Included the offlcers of the chapter, Gov? ernor and Mr8. Andrew J. Montague, Mrs. poseph Bryan, Mrs. Hugh Miller, Mrs. pon Halscy, Mrs. Featherstono and Mrs, Charles E. Borden. The committee In charge of tho decora llons, whlch were greatly admired. in? cluded Mrs. Dnbney J. Carr, Mra. H. B. Fltzhugh, Mrs. A, B. Blenner, Mrs...

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. — 29 January 1903

ZiveNews and Fresh Gossip\Ff&fnthe Cities and Towns of Virginia. FAIR BRIDES OF WINTER Miss Kate Bernard the Bride ofMr. T. A. Felld. U1LES-HARRISON WEDDJNfl' A Number ofRlchnjSricT Young Poople Wero Preser/f at tho Lattcr Cere m<^yJff tho Washington-Street Presbytcrian Church. (Sn,.<-Ir,l to Tlie Ttmoa-Dlnpntcb.) <.-Fl?n3RSBrjRG, VA., Jan. i8.-\rr.' .'Theophllus A. Felld, oon of Colonel K. / M. Felld, and Mlas Kato E. Bernard, daughter of Uio Hon, Oeorgo S, Bernard, Ot Petersburg', wero mnrrled thls after , noon at 0 o'clock at tho home of tho , hride'B father, on Adaina Stroct Mr. Henry Felld attended hls brother aa boat man. The brldosmalds. Misses Mary IFetld, sietcr of tho groom, ajnd Mlsa Ja , Jiet Bernard, etster of tho brldo, woro ?whlto orgtrndy trlmmed with lace and' carrled pink roses. Tho bride wore a handsomo g;olng-away gown of navy bluo broadcloth, taiior made, with hat to match. " Bho carrled a bouquet of brldo's . roses. Revs. O. S. Bunting and V. A. R....

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. — 29 January 1903

OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDUSTRIOUS AND_SOBER_ YOUNG MEN. 'T'HERE are young men now working for us in this State whose incomes are from $3,000 to $5,000 a year. who were on a salary of $50.00 to $100.00 per month before taking up this Progrcssive and Active Work of Life In? surance. If you wish to work such a business. write to us. HOWARD SWIKEFORD & SON, rjcneral Agenta of The Equltable Life Assuranoe Society, for the State of Virginia, Richmond, Va. WATER WORKS FOR FAYETTEV1LLE Cty WHI Ask for Permlssion to Issue Bonds to Secure Ownership of System. CHpocInt to Tlio Ttmeii.DJRpntcli.) FAYETT?VI__I3; N. C, Jan. 28.?At last ovonlng's callod meetlng of tho Jlonrd of Aldormen, City Attornoy I. A. Murchlson was Instructcd to draw a blll for submlsston to tho, Legislaturo, for tho purposo of elimlnatlng tho call fea turo from $00,000 in wator-works bonds and to authorlze tho Issuo of $-10,000 ad? ditional ln 8 per cont. lxmda, tho object being.40 nccompllsh Fayettovlllo's owncr Bhlp of It...

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. — 29 January 1903

OHE GENT CHARGE A 25 Genfs, WORD? Cash in Advance THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ONE CHARGE CENT 25 Genfs, A Cash In Advance WORD, HELP WANTED?????. JMUNTEll WANTKD. ADDRESS P. Box. 22, Frert'orloksbiirg, Va. ?WANTED, YOUNG MAN (WIIIW). AP ply NATIONAL WINDOW" CLEANING ' CO., W ?, Ninth Blrcet. WANTED,,, YCHTNO MAN FOR HAT olot-o. Uli MI MOND HAT CO., 1327 East Main Street. ; WANTED, LOCOMOTIVE MACHINISTS for railroad shop; pood wngep. and full Information by addressing F. S. HOFF* MASTER, Cnpo Charles, Va. .WANTED, TO RENT. TAKE CHARGE or get employment or? farm. H. AV. BOAVMAN, Harrlsonburg, Buckingham county, Vu. ?WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS ? DRUG CLERK; one of good address, willing to work, with no bnd .habits; singlo man. Address Box 217, ' Richmond, Va. .WANTED, A BOY ABOUT 1G? "YEARS OF apre to learn shirt cutting; must bo bright and Intelligent and not afraid to work: good opportunity lor the light boy. Call Room 17, Times Building. WA...

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. — 29 January 1903

MARKET STAGNANT Atteriipt to, Put Up Prices Cpsed Activo Selllng. SUCCEEDED BY DULLNESS Market Flattend Out and by Middny Thore Was Llttlo or No Motive Power Left?Bonds Dull nnd Generally Heavy. (By Assoclated Prww.l NEAV YORK. Jan. 2S.-To-day's stock market llattened out entlroly, and by mld-day there wns llttlo or no motlvo powor left ln the markot. An attompl. to put up prlcca this morning met with ac? tivo selllng ln Ponnaylvonla, whlch cost that stock a point and was unosplalned by any norws. Amalgamated Coppor made somo show of strength on a rxthcr vaguo oupposltlon that trades were to bo nd Justed to a, basla thnt would bo profltable to tho company, Ono or two othor stocks moved fcebly from tlmo to tlmo. but dld not long malniiiln their new position. Thore waa reported a hardenlng tcn deney In the London money market, but Bterllng oxchnngo moved downwards li?re. Our own rnoney market was appreciably llrmer. Tho sub-Treasury has reversed Its flrst tendency to contrlbute to the...

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. — 29 January 1903

READY-TO-EAT CLEAN FROM START TO FINISH Not touched by human hands from its husking until it reaches the consumer's table. Cooked and baked at a high temperature which destroys the raw starch and pre vents fermentation ? understand, prevents fermentation. Healthful, Digestible, Clean?for AH Homes and for All Seasons. Expert Union Labor only employed. ? i r pmpared by prjge CEREAL FOOD CO., Baftle Creek, ftfish. GOVERNOR LEAVES FOR ALABAMA His Excellency to Espouse Cause of Education?Many Notaries Named?Sick. Goi-ernor Montague left nt noon yester-. clay for Montgomery, Ala_, whero he will attend a conferenco of school auperln tendenls of Al.ibama, nnd will address n joint session ot those gentlemen and the General Assembly on the subjcct of popular educatlon. Hls Excellency ls unaccompanled on liis trip, nnd will not ho ln hls ofllco again before Monday. IIo did not come "fi> tha Cnpltol yesterday before leavlng. IHe nnd Hon. W. \\*. McJntlre were In conferenre some time rogardln...

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. — 29 January 1903

for Infants and Chlldren, Tho Klnd You Havo Always Bought 1ms horne tho slgna turo of Clias. H. Fletclicr, and. has boen mndc under hla personal .supervlslon for over 30 years. Allow no one to decelvo you ln this. Countcrfcits, Imltattons and *' Just-as-good" aro but Experiincnts, and endangcr tbe lieallh of Children?Experlence ngalnst Experlmont. KThe Kind Ton Have Always Bought Bears tlie Signature of \n Use For Over 30 Years. IMYBTHtrr, HEWVQWK CITY. JULIANT. LANE WAS SENT TO JAIL A Picture of the Notorlous Crook will be Piaced in the Rogues Gallery. ntajor TTownrd took tho opportimlty' yesterday of placlng tho "mug" ot Julian T. Lnnoln the llogues' Gallery. Lane hnd n. c'iose shave from gettlng ntiothor term ln the Penltentiary. A few days ago, ho waa rcleased from that ln? stltution on il wrlt of habeas corpus. He had served a term of four years for a tlieft commltted la Ilanover and having previously served a term, ho had nn ad dltlonal nve years tacked to tho second. lt turne...

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. — 29 January 1903

Mil'er ? Rhoads. Miller ?5 Rhoads. Speda! Sale of Notions and Dress-Making Supplies It begins on Thursday and lasts the remainder of the week. Did you say they were small things to be in a .special sale? Little things make large amounts when put together. A member of a firm that exports more bale cotton than any other In the South told us they formerly swept out as'trash all the little pieces of. raw cotton that dropped from the bales on their warehouse floor (sometimes holding 15,000 bales). Some ye/irs ago they began collecting daily these little wads of cotton, and to-day, owing to the fierce, competition in their line of business, these formerly neglected little things form the chief source of revenue to the firm. Clark's ?. ?. ?, Darning Cotton, :) spools for r>o. Unrispy Hafety-Plns, all sizes. 3 dozen for Co. . 500 yards Basting Cotton. ' best nunllty, 2 1-Sc spool. Stockinet Dress Shields, sizes 2. 3, 4 and 5. 5c pair. 10-yard pieces Taffeta Seam Bind? ing, all silk, To p...

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. — 30 January 1903

m?^^m?S?M^M?^ NUMBER, 16,153. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1900. PRICE TWO CENTS. TUG DAY'S SUMMARY. THE WEATHER. , WASHINGTON, Jan, 23.-Forecast for ?Trlday and Saturday: Virginia-Fair nnd coIaeT Friday; Sat brrtny fair and continued ?old; fresh north, ?n'est winds. , North Carolina?Fair Friday and ?at /nrday; colder Friday in west and central (portions and on the coast; Saturday fresh northwest to west winds. > The temperature la Richmond yesterday resembled that of an, August day. There "was little rain, but the atmosphere was surcharged with moisture, end the day was a disagreeable on?. At midnight there was a considerable rise In the ther? mometer. STATE OF THERMOMETER. S ?. M.M 12 M. M 5 P. M. <& 6 P. M.M 11 P. M. .56 12 mldr.lght . 6! Average.551-3 Highest temperature yesterday.61 Lowest temperature yesterday. 43 Mean temperature yesterday.61 Normal temperature for January.39 Departure from normal temperature. 15 Precipitation during past 21 hours... ? Miniatu...

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. — 30 January 1903

MUTINY ANDJURDER Berlous Charge Aagalnst the Survivors of Veronica. TELL A DIFFERENT TALE The Men Relate That They Left Vosse| After She Took Afire, and That They Suffered Sovore Hardships Before Being Picked Up. (By A usi.ci.M ?rt frees.) LIVERPOOL, January 2fi.-Th? British steamer Brunswick, Captain Brown, from Maranhan. Brazil, via Funchai, Island of Madeira, arrived here to-day and landed five survivors of the British bark Veronica, Captain Shaw, from Ship Is? land, Mies.. October ttth. Cor Montevideo, Who wore picked up at sea by the Brunn Wick before arriving at Funchal. The men reported that the Veronica was burned at sea December 20th, but the polloe detained four of them on suspicion of having mutinied and murdered Cap? tain Shaw ana seven of the crow of the Veronica, after whldh they are alleged to have set fire to the ship. The cook of the Veronica, a colored man, who was among those who wero rescued by the Brunewldk. made a state? ment to Captain Brown, which caused ton ...

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. — 30 January 1903

pECOMIHG =?3 A MOTHER S^E^? ?f the suffering and danger in ?tore for her, robe the expectant mother A*H pleasant anticipations of tho coming event, arid caite over her a Mallow of gloom which cannot be ehakon off. Thousando of women ppfb found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy rob? &Asuiement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother and child. This scientific liniment ?e a god-send to all women at the cjme of their most critical trial. Not only docs Mother's Friend carry -women safely through tho perils of child-birth, but its use gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning sickness," and other die- _ S3f? .?? Soffit ?????G?** f?.?? per bottle. Book containing valuable information free. ?\ojlfadfiold Rerjulator Co., Atlanta. Ga. TWENTY-THREE THE NUMBER Only Eight of the Persons Killed In the Sonthern Pacific'Wreck Havo Been Identified. (Or AKKodMufl Pre?*.) TUCSON, ARI-., January 20.?A re/leed list of tho killed and injur...

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. — 30 January 1903

The Times-Dispatch? ??? DAILY t?m?S-DISPATCII IS frOLD AT TWO CENTS A COPY. ?THH SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH IS ?OLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY._ DAILY ?????-????'?'G'? BY MAIL, ? A YEAR: WC. A MONTH. 8UNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, 12 A YI1AR. r ,? 'THE DAILY TIMEH-DISTATCH, IN? CLUDING SUNDAY, BY CAUR1EB, loC. 1>EB WEEK. ? ? . THE SUNDAY TTMBS-DISPATCH, ?? CARRIER, EC. G?? WEEK. WEEKLY TIMBS-niSl'ATCH. U YEA? ALL UN-SIGNED G??.???????????3 "WILL HE REJECTED. REJECTED COM ? G NIDATIONS WILL NOT ?? RETURNED UNLESS AC? COMPANIED BY STAMPS. FRIDAY', JANUARY 00, 1003. HAYES' WASHINGTON SPEECH ..We print elsewhere a letter from Joines II. Hayes, tho negro lawyer, who ? representing the negroes of Virginia In their fight to overthrow tho now Con? stitution nnd who recently mndo n speech beforo a negro gathering in Washington upon which wo commented, lie says that ho was misrepresented In Tho Tinies-DU patch, and gives an extract from his speech to prove his assertion. This paper will never intenti...

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