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

DO.C.SMITH WANTS A MM The Minister Owning Turner Place After Overseer. TWO MILLIONS INVOLVED Second Auditor Dew and Uncle Sam Trying to Square Up Great Account Open Since 1812— Buffalo Mm Wanta a Larga Tract. Dr. D. C. Smith, of Plttsburg, who recently purchased the old Turner placo, noar Elko and partly in Henrlco and Chorleis City counties, and. which was tho 'homo of Sajnuel Turner, who was the keeper of Libby Prison during the war, Is now in the city and expects soon to briny hia family hers. Dr. Martin lias found some trouble In i;etllnff an . Overseer and manager for his farm, nnd ho would bo glad to correspond with good ■end experienced men who wanted aucli a position and a good homo for himself tmd family, Letters addressed to him. In oare of the Times-Dlapatcu ofilco, will b« promptly forwarded to him. Commissioner of Agriculture Kolnor aid not go to Washington yesturday, on acoount of feeling bo uhvre'.l. Ho spent the' day at his ofllce, hov.-evar, and attended to the usua...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

1L " BYM3PSIS OP" PBBVIOUB WSTALMBNT— AlphoßM and wfctton wtr* captured by esßßlbftlt, *nd the *•»"*• Qflwn «ff«r*d to mnrry either on» of them, Alack and aIM I th«j towed to loaf to.eacb other. «scb liming tlie atber to tcctpt «h» honor, tlmt tb« qaeso becama anrngea tod ordered tows to be> «el*«d and bound THE WOMAN AND HER BONDS. IT BEBJrED TO Fullerton P. Colwell, of the famous Stock Kxchange house of Wilson & Graves that he had done his full duty by hlo friend Harry Hunt. His partners left a great deal to hlnv and eren the clerks In the oftlce ungrudgingly acknowledged that Mr. Colwell was "the hardest worked man in tha place, barring none." Possibly the Important young m-en who boro wltneas to lir. Colwell's industry so cheerfully did no because Mr. Colwell was ever Inquiring, very courteously, and, above all, sympathetically, into tho amount of work each man lwuLto perform, and suggesting, tho next moment, that the laborious amount In question was indis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

II St "Ef /& %y MIS&. A THESEARETHE WONDER rtM "A' :' Is| & MINIMU « ""I • IIST I oeht bhaiwb jp\ em y» v*. $& M/nDtfmn u/BMT nno *3n tT Sb /k 1\ mi mm cent ; *\ A 25 Gents, C^S (M f\ f# WuHlilNb WAN I AUS. &41 U al' /T fl Ks 26 Cents, A !j> jij WQBP. cc a»hinAd»anoßa »hinAd»anoB ■»■'■* (W L^ Jftol '" THAT BRIHG GREATEST RESULTS. T»> f PI *W I U. o«.» in A4v.no. WORD. \* CSXP WA3TT3JD— MAXK. hfUNTEn WANTED ADDRESS P. O. | Bok 22, BYedterlcksliurß, Va. (cANTED— rrvn i'ilvstmrs. ai > pt j y to GIiXJ. O. TIDNKI3Y. foot of 12th Bt Wanted, s^all krrant> boy. apW, la DFHCW A CO., 716 E. MftEln. Wanted, a first ci*ass cman> cook. bannistkr house, no, 15 Govnmor Btreot. ' i WANTED, A COWPETBNT. INDUS- . trlous unmnrrled drug CIJ3HK; unrenrlNt»rcd proforrod. Adiii-css 11., caro this Wanted— learn proofiieadinq; alia secured, M 5 to t25 weekly, / HOME CORRE3PONDXNCE SCHOOL, l'hll...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

' f rsiP WANTED— MAIB. fcUf ESTAIiLIOUED CEREAL FOOD twnpHtiy dMircg th« tervicM ot branth jenoo rn«.iia h -eri ncnnpeiinntlrm tt.m per i S" !^«'ir^ c " MS? % M?ch CtSRIW %"^ T fn?M R r "?J^B«JB FINANCIAL, }°,i,^!|' OI X? 8 8«. e«P"»rlciics and bunt .}'& AKD OIRLS-WORK TOR U8: jood pftyj cany work;; don't m\an this Ch«.nc«; write us wltb.ont Call. The A. troll Vh Kaßt Columbltt Btr '^ D " LKARN'BION PAINTINO-TAiraHT BY Tnnll; hiindreils micconifull ta to )7 a t y "Wi 1 ' 1 whll « lfr-ftrnlnjßi, nartluulftru U**- 4«VXM RAPID fftHOOL OH 1 BfON PAINTINQ, Box 2SB. Denver. Col. .•WANTBD- V OITNO t,IAN FOR OEN«rul offlre work Jn Wee mero'ntlla noutn, blunt how previous «ai>«rlenro ' Un<lU n<l - fa L r • <lu *» l <»'"> and write rood n&nd. Stnte full parrJctilarß In ftppllcaUon Address HT W. N., Tlmes-Dis-parch. I^ANTED-EN A BUBTNB3B OrmCBJ an lirtnlilspent aod Industiioas youth or rood ftddreoa a,nd ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

14 WITHOUT ■Ik Market Yesterday Was Merely Nominal Affair. CLOSE DULL BUT STEADY P)ld Off After Appo.irnnco of atcmcnl— Denling3 In Bonds Below Level of Same ', NEW YORK, .lun, 'al. — Tlui Rtoak jiinrJcel "wu* it merely nominal nfluir to-day. HSonif) o{ t.ho trader* \i)io liold short, yea" jHxrdny lmu;;ht <o eovftv on Uio ln^liof y [thnf ihoro v.-.is no wmliko tJirou-t in the jiVehczuohm pituatioi . mnl tint; tlio lubor , wiispito on the I'nit n Fnciflo lias a loss Benous n:i]ioi't \hh morning Uiaii wns reJporU'd vosterdav. 'J'hcro vm continued abaocpUon of Dcluwaro nnd Hudson, Winch was explained as being duo to reporla of very ir.rj^o current earnings. J?Ilo oxtm (liviilciiii cf % por cojit. on NortJiern l'lioiiie had' not been foretold, but It. vus vritliout app:irciit cfl'ect upon ketktunent, As.'NorUierii fcioQUi-ities it jßraolJcally tlio solo o\^ier of Nortlieni jßeourilios Comjiauy'a dividend nheudy iur.iii- wns presumaWy bused upon tho Korthwti P.icillc extra, th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

(Continued from ZTourtoenth I'mre.) Union PaeUV> >» , „v . jolty iri-iiuii Paoino ounv. 4'o , li!.Ui •WubAih lat's A UTS •Walmfth 2d'B (ottorad) 11l WntiMh Dob. b'b 77 Wcat Shore 4'a 119 "VVJK-ellng and Lalc» Erla 4* »BVi "Wlsconiiln Central 4"« OOH Continental Tohncco 45... 6~\i Colorudo Fuol oon'. 6's M Rock Uland 4'« BSV4 M. and 0.. collateral trust 4's (bid).. 65 Cantral otf O«orgla 2d. Ino 37U Va.-Carollna Chemical Co. com 62% Va.-CaroUna Chornlcal pfd 12*% Standard Oil 713 BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET. BALTIMOFtH, MD., Jan. 81.— Soaboird Air Una common. 28V4; do. prefetrad, 42%. i'a, Si Atlantlo Coast Lljio COhiiito;., 13C. / — . RICHMOND STOCK MARKET Richmond, Va,. J«Ji- St. l*^ SALES. Virginia Centuries— JS.OOO at K%| P,OOO «-t 95%; C.OOO at 9Mi; JI.OOO at 95%. Virginia S'»— JloO at 96^4. Virginia-Carolina Chemical preferred-lp nharea at 12; b shares at 123: 20 »ha.re» at 1 !-•; , 30 tharea at 123; i& gharea at l-MH; 2S aharea at 123V4. Virginia-C...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

I File oldest, iaißSlj trongest, iarsaparilia 011 can buy "I remember well when I first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nearly 60 years ago. I was thin, pale, weak, tired all the time, no appetite, could not play as theother.boys.did. "Since then Ihavc taken it many times, especially when overworked, tired out, or nervously depressed. Now, all my children and their children use it. As a medicine for. the whole family it has no equal. ** I long ago learned the first great rule of health— keep the bowels regular— so lam never without Ayer's Pills.*' *&s?££?.•'■ ONLY ONE f CAPTURED jFour Who Escaped from Chesterfield Jail Still at Large. < LITERARY SOCIETY MEET'G "Deed Recorded in the Clerk's Office Transferring Valuable Appomattox • Property to tha Virginia Passenger and Power Company. . : (6j>#clal to Tha TlmM-Dlspatch.) , >^HBSTEJRFIDLD. VA., January 81.— i Of the fK-e negroes vh'o effected their Azca.pt froni tha jail horo on last BunI &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

W W& (^ v^l^A ]BM . WHOLE NUMBER. 16,155. LESS MONEY; Sysiem in Virginia and South, Carolina. SYSTEM IS DESCRIBED Rev. Dr. Gardner Thinks It Will Degrade the State. CONTROLLED BY POLITICS Is Considered a Failure from a Moral Standpoint in Southampton County, but Reports 'from Martinsville and Boydton Show That the Plan Is Highly Satisfactor at Those Places. Balance on hand Jan. 21. 1902....J188,P8«.92 UaUnca on hand Jnn. 21, 1303.... 63.W6.90 Difference 123,898.02 "When the city treasurer's report for the fiscal year which closed yesterday Is made out nnd handed to the City Council It w'.II 'show a. lmlane« on hand amounting to t123,«95.03. lesi than that ehown last yoar. "To tha public it may seem strange," pnJd Treasurer Phillips, "but th« balance thla year ot WS.Q4C.&O Indicates that the city !»/"... 1 a most flourishing condition. The fact tha* the 'balance this ye-ar Ib bo much less than that of th» pr»rlous year means that thn appropriations during tha ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

THE BIG MAT WON MONEY Ke Game Was Stud Poker For Table Stakes. ONE-EYED MAN STAYS OUT ■:zly Caught a Jack to His Queen nnd c Stayed and Used His Gun for a Square Deal, But the Big Man Raked In the Pot. The game was s-tud poker for table Itakes and If Lhere be any more ferocious ■ pOHilme not Involving physical, violence W something' more than a side Irene, no wm at the table hail ever heard of U. The big- man hud had n phenomenal run t luck, and the hatred be had Inspired a hlfl antagonists was a-pproachlng tho Jtnjrw point. "I've seed luck, afore." said Oi« oneired mtui, "but I never seed it come lonest, like this." "Well, now, what have you " begnn Ji« big man, but he, wr\s Interrupted. "NolUier did I," eald another pla-yer. "Nor I," said another. The blir man di\sw his breath herd, t/ookinc- from one to another in tho little (rrotrp, his eye rested on fhe fifth man, frho hafl itntii --"hlnir. hut looked as ■our as the others. Thero was a p-ause. BIG MAN BECI.ARB3 HIHSEI^F. "Well,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

CHARLES CITY IS A FINE COUNTY One of tho Oldest Divisions of the State, COURT HOUSE ANCIENT An Intelligent and Faithful Set of Offl cers— dairies River Fisheries are Valuable but all Its Citizens are Cultivators of Its Generous Soil. (Bpi>«!nl to The TimM-r)l«P*tch.) CHAItbBS CITY, C. 11., VA., Jan. 31.— From tho days of It's early eottlement. about tho year 1634 Charles City county haa been ono of thn most widely-known In tho State. It was originally ono of th.c eight shor«B Into which tho State of Virginia wajj divided, and at that early day extended along 1 both banks of Ja-moa river. ; The present boundaries aro tho Chlckahominy rlvor on th« north and eaat, James river on tho south and th« county at Henrlco on tho west. In splto of tho sma.li area of tho present county, it haa always held Its place In tho march of evanta, being noted nlnca tho colonial days of the present tlmo for Its many distinguished citizens, Its beautiful and hlstorlo homes and Its charming socia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

Tlie Times-Dispatch. Trra DAir^Y iMMRs-nisi' vtcii is 80LO AT TWO CENTS A COl'Y. TIIB3 St^SDAY TrMKB-"DI3rATCn IS ■OLD AT FIVK CKNTS A COPT. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH BY MAIL, BOG. A MONTH. ?« A YF/Art: J2.5n l^iilt SIX^ MONTHS; *1.60 FOU THREE SUNDAY TIMBS-DISPATCH BY MAIL, |2 A YEAU. THR DAIT.Y TIMBS-DlSl'ATCnr, INoludrno sunday, by cahiuhh. v.c. thi3 sunday by Carrieh, be, per week. "wbi2kl.y timiss-dispai'ch, jl year am unsigned communications WILIj BE REJKCTKD. 31BJECTHD COMMtINXCATIONS "WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED HY STAMPS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1003. FOUR CORNER HOUSE:S. The' acquisition by tho Presbyterian Committee of Publication of tho Randolph , bouse and lot at tho northwest corner of Grace. and Sixth StrooU menus that houiier or later that property, will bo diverted from resldental to business purposes. Its proximity to the busiest part of jji-oqU Street has decided Its fate. Though not one of the okleat. It Is 011 eof tbVs stateliest of Richmond's ante-bellum hom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA, established 1871, /premiumX / INCOME. \ /1887-$99566.00\ /1888512704a00\ /18895151.547.00\ /1890-$234.547.00\ \ 89 1 -S 395.447. 67\ /1892-5475.520.24\ /1893-$546.15U5\ /1894-ff551.794.51\ /1895-$591.580,56\ /18965782.951.92\ /|8975752.214.87\ /1898 $852.409.05\ /1899-$93Z900.79\ / 1900-$ 1.08727&0Z\ ANNUAL STATEMENT For the Year Ending December 3 1 st, 1902. ASSETS. LIABILITIES. Real Estate, Book Value $ 77,663.43 Reserve, Actuaries 4 per cent, and Mortgage Loans on Real Estate 775,380.84 American 3 per cent., including Loans on Collateral 79,326.29 Special Reserve $ 981,440.00 Loans on Company's Policies 10,412.78 Death Losses Reported, but not due... 13 V 374.00 Bonds and Stocks. Book Value 152,982.52 All other Liabilities 24.813.13 Cash in Banks and Office 79,374.33 T n^\ <m mo <T7 is Bills Receivable 5,292^2 iOtal $1,019 627.13 Interest and Rents Due and Accrued-. 17,555*20 Market Value of Real Estate, Bunds ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

m i Tl.e Colonial, the Revolutionary and the U post-bellum periods of Virginia hlatory i hnvo been the rrudtful nouxeet of lnipl ration for the pens of mnny who have crown famous as being the n-UiJiors of Sooloi, In which were (,"a-thorr?d tho beauty, plcturesqueness. firry patrlot.'.sm and ; /Wolo endurance chamcterlatic of tlio ' J rears those periods covered. / The' middle nineteenth century epoch J whloh preceded tho Cl\-I\ War in tho Old h Dominion, has be«n crimpnrntlycly untouohed, and yet In many respects It was ' _lstlnKulsiied by tho richness and the Blow, the reposeful dignity tund prosperity- which, none of the olvhers possessed. Tbe colonial cavalier, with his lu<:o ' : BiM ruffles, had ulvcn placo. It l s true, ffi to the Vlraflnla gentleman v.-ho no longer j -wore tho continental uniform, whoso father's sword and cocked hat huns in SUB hall as ,n. reminder of sorvico rendered, alons with the antlers of the« d<cr 1 Wid the bmsll of the fox, tho tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

In Lighter Vein ! Many things can be treated In a light and frivolous manner. Good lijjht, however, cannot be treated lightly, Good light enables you to keep good eyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as well as gas bills. We will prescribe for all light troubles free of cost — and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. We hope before many more months are past to have tho mantle of fame cover us on account of our good work In mantels, Ministers and missionaries help peopleio be good — we come next and offer them every facility to keep clean, " Cleanliness is next to godliness." We have the best assortment of bathroom supplies in the city — this 'act won't wash < ut. See ? RICHMOND PLUHBINQ & MANTEL CO., Both phones 636. 26 N. Ninth Street, Richmond, Va, (Continued from Sixth Page.) Confederate Bnzaar. Invitation!) have boon lasued for an afternoon euchro party to be given Fobrufcry 7th for tho benefit of tho Missouri tablo at tho Confederate Bazaar, Tho bame of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

A JAPANESE RECEPTION At the Handsome Residence of Mrs. David H. Alatson. ROANOKE SOCIETY EVENT Elaborate Decorations and Beautiful . "Doitumas Marked liie Occasion as One Notable in Social Annals of tho Olty of tho Southwest (Special to Tb* TlniM-Dlivntctj.) ROAJCOIvE. VA.. January Sl.— On.© of the most brilliant recaptions of the sea•on took place Tuesday afternoon at the handsomo residence o-f Mrs. David XL Mataon, on EJighch Avanue, SouthTreat. The «ntir© Krwer floor ms In Japanese, offsets, and the most artistic taste w*.» shown in tha decorations. The yeosptlon liall ivns draped in Japannso b«jicLj, iantoms and fans, In refl, blnck kn& poia, backed by a wealth of palms •Jid tropical plants. Tho parlor was in pink draperies ot that oolor, shadod c-jji-fi]t>E and. palms. Tho g-u«sts were met at the door by Uiree little rlrls, dharmlngly attired, iAlssea Blauson, and Mamie Mlng-eo, of /Jrtngdon. Mrs. Matron was asslßt«Kl In recehing >y Mrs. Joseph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

BRITISH CAPITAL Distress and Destitution With the Poor Is Intense. A VERY EXPENSIVE TRIP Grumbling Heard That Government Should Have Sant a Warship to Take Chamberlain to South Africa— Lady Curzon. By PAUL LAMBETH. (Spoclal Cable tq The Times- Dispatch. Oopyrlght, 1903.) LONDON, January 31.-/l'he distress and destitution of the London poor this winter are Intense. All the resources of the various oharlUbla organizations aro •trained to their utmost. Industrially, tunes in England, and particularly In London, are not good. Normally there are moro than 180,000 confessed paupers In London. Now, with tens of thousands of honest -worklngoien unabls to obtain employment at anything It Is a bitter fact thai hundreds of thousands of Londoners ro to bed (wflien they have one) hungry, every night. Tho unemployed worklnpnen aro parading the streets, particularly of the fat. •wealthy "Wtjit End, In processions of irom 200 to 1,000. In some twenty processions In different parts of tho city yeste...

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

HORSES AND HORSEMEN Robert Waddell's Interesting Racing Career. fHE KESWICK HUNT CLUB P;in!a Bred Two- Year-Old In Engand — Mr, Strang Buy 3 Annio Klttz — Salo of Wasliinrjton Jockey Club Properly. So varied }\xs .boon the r.irror of "Robart "WRddlll, tho Chicago T'erby •winner of I^3l, tha,t all pertnlnlng tr> thft unsexed son of Aloha and Vlrgio Is lllmly to provo Interesting, hence the following clipping Is produced horo. Itolicrt V.'addell Is now In winter quarters at Or«enwn.y farm, "Wllcox Wharf, Charlos City county, Va., homo of his owner and breeder, Kabert Bradley, who asserts, conildontly, that hla favorite will be good and ready to race aguin during tho coming season. Jiobcrt Waddell trocos dlreotly to the Croat Nina, by Boston, whoso blood Continues to breed on with remarkable lin-lforralty. Nina was owned nt Bullflcld <arm by tho lato Major Thomas \T. Doswho bred her descendants, E!cllptlo, Virgo and Virgle, respectively the d».ra, grand dam and gr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Nan Too Busy to Know. jtfmerecctn jiffairs. (WILL Q. A. JU OPPOSB LEE HONOR) A movomeut has b«on started among Grand Army man to opprrse tho orootlon of wtatues of GenorAl Robert n, Lea In Btatuary Hall and at Gettysburg. The "National Tribune," an organ of the G. !A. 11., s*yi the gonoral feeling la that Ooneral Leo wa.u a oonnplrator, though in honorable man and a uoldior. ' The spirit of unity and brotherhood Characterised the Confederate Veterans' Banquet at Boston Monday, when choirs greeted the proposal of Charlfts Francis Adams to eroct a status of Goneral Lee at Arlington. Editor Watterson, of the Juoulsvlllo "Courier-Journal," eulogized Lincoln n.i UlO South'a best friend. MITCHELL AS AOI'BITHATOB. Governor Vatee, of Illinois, has offered to John Mitchell, president of the United' Mine Workers ot America, a place on the tlllno'.B Stato Board of Arbitration. Mitchell Ib a resident of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

For Mon- ___^ s Caught day's Sale j^^^J^XFS^ Sale of Linens, as At Present, Will Hoi Men's Furnishing. By the 11l stocks thn Were gathered Hundreds of Special Purchases for the Special Q ome h^\ n JU lg on *| ls in^^ p JK t\r£ UtilS: cMC »- RAMP^oN-q Janiinry bales, aggregating many tens of thousands in investment, linger beyond their wwnre Hgaiii in mwrnisi 4ric Mon , a Vl)lllimflere , ( , BMvtHt ft u — ~~~~~~. PIN nn ft allotted time. The special prices for Janiinry gathered thorn through jerioy Knit •'jaoicei*. for- ta.os. ladies* ir.» ?o a ; ; y nun ay ajii b e rnn THE BJOII nsr E^Cl»¥ V * T\ 66 ™ m !\ fch^f%^ itooiigh all the various Linen p| iSKS^^ Btylcs> SSS? : SESi* :i: '- HVBQS^^'i^B UALLd uUK i Bl£ BffiflflJ Ui C^tßEl r^ißvllLY industries through Europe, tt takes months to do that ««•»'« ninck n«ir noun for 121-20. aoi.i for .$27.50, f.,ii ZTrKrvT^Tyivav — ; : ■•■«»'««"*'■"■" w»-»m^w« whb h■ ■ v huiwiumv rm m mmw mauu m ■ tiutiiMi i. i » _ r . vl _ ■&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 1 February 1903

RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1903~

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