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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA, ESTABLISHED 1871. PHEMIUM INCOME, l887-$9a566.00\ I888$l2704a00> 1889-$151,547.00' 1890- $234.547.00 IS9l-$595.44-7.67.\ 1892- S 475.520.24' 1893-$546151.15 1894-ft 551.794.51 1895-ff 591.580.56 I896-S782.951.92 I897-$7S2.2I4.87 1898$ 852.409.03 1899 93Z 900.79 I900-$1.08Z272,02 1901-$ 1.151.662.87 o ANNUAL STATEMENT For the Year Ending December 31st, 1902. ASSETS. Real Estate. Book Value.$ 77,663.43 Mortgage Loans on Real Estate. 775.380.84 Loans on Collateral. 79.326.29 Loans on Company's Policies. 10,412.78 Bonds and Stocks. Book Value. 152,982.52 Cashin Banks and Office. 79,374.33 Bills Receivable. 5,292.52 lnterest and Rents Due and Accraed-. 17,555*20 Market Value of Real Estate, Bonds and Stocks, over Book Value. 33,932.55 Net Uncollected and Deferred Pre miums and Premium Notes. 43.845.77 Gross Assets.$1,275,766.23 Dcduct Assets not Admitted and Ledger Liabilities. 4.385.52 f Total Admitted Assets.$1,271,380 71 LIABILITIES. Reserve. Act...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

The Colonial, the Revolutionary and the post-bellum perioda of Virginia hlstos-y ? : hnvo been the fruitful source* of in iplratlon for the pens of many who have ?frown famous as being the authors of ?ookn, In which were gathered tho beau? ty, piaturcsqueness, fiery patrlot??sm and ,/nerolo endurance characteristic of tho / years those periods covered. ? The ? middle nineteenth century epoch Whloh preceded the Civil War in tho Old 1 Dominion, has been crunpnrntivoly un ?. touched, and yet in many respects it was ". ?letlngulshed by Urs richness and the ?glow, th* reposeful dignity rund prosper . Sty which none of the otihers possessed. The colonial cavalier, with his loco ; ?*rtd ruff life, had given place, It Is true, , to the Virginia gentleman who no longer ?wore tho continental uniform, wh-os? ? tether's sword und cocked hat hung in j hie hall as ,a reminder of sorvleo ren? dered, along with the nntlers of the d-ecr ?Uid the brush of the fox, tho trophies of "his son's hua ting ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

ln Lighter Vein! Many things can bo treated ln a light and f rivolous manner. Good lijjht, however, cannot be treated lightly, Good Hght enable9 you to keep good cyesight. It avoids doctors' bills as well as gas bills. We will prescribo for all Hght troubles free of cost?and sell you the necessary medicine chcap. We hope before many more months are past to have the mantlc of fame cover us on accountof our good work in mantels, Ministers and missionaries help peopleto be good?we come riext and offer them every facility to keep clean, " Cleanliness is next to godltness." We have the best assortment of bath room supplies in the city?this 'act won't wash out See ? RICHMOND PLUTIBINQ & MANTEL COM Both phonea 636. 26 N. Nlnlh Street, Klchmond, Va, 'V7 _ u (Continued from Slxth Page.) >-;_. Confederate Bnzitar. Invltatlonn havo boen Issued for an af? ternoon euchro party to be given Fobru fcry 7th for the beneiit of tho Mlssourl tablo al tho Confederato Bazaar, Tho hamo of thls tabl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

OF THE VIRGINIA CITIES - ! A JAPANESE RECEPTK1 At the Handsome Residence of Mrs. Davld H. Alatson. ROANOKE SOCIETY EVENT Elabor&te Deooratlons and Beautiful Dostumos Marked tiio Occasion as One Notablo in Social Annala of tho Olty of tho Southwost (Spoclal to Th. Tlme*-Dlsjmtc_) ROAIOOICE, VA.. January Sl.?On? of tho most brilltnjit receptlons of tho sea ?on took placo Tuesday aftornoon at tho hnndsomo residence of Mrs. Davld H. Mataon, on Elghth. Avenuo, South? wost. The aniiro krwer floor waa ln Japanoeo effccta. and tho most arUstlc taste waa shown tn tho decorotlona. The Xeoeptlon hall was draped ln Japaneso baoeli, Iantoms and fans, ln red, blnck luad gold, backed by a woalth of palms and troplcal plants. The parlor waa ln pink draperies ot that oolor, shaded can filBK ond palms. Tho guests wero met at tha door by Uirea llttlo glrls, oharmlngly attlred, AMsses Blauson, e.nd Mamio Mlng-ea, of Abingdan. Mrs. Matsrm was osslsted ln recelring >y Mra- Joseph I* Hunter and Mrs...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

BRITISH CAPITAL Distress and Destltutlon Wlth the Poorls Intense, A VERY EXPENSIVE TRIP Grumbllng Heard That Government Should Have Sent a Wnrshlp to Take Chamberlaln to South Africa?Lady Ourzon. By PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable tp The Tlmes-Difjpatch. Oopyrlght, 1903,) LONDON, January 31.?Tho distress and destltutlon of tho London poor thls win? ter aro intense. All tflio resourcos of the varloun oluu-l table organlzatlona aro rtralncd to their utmost. Induotrially, tunes ln England, and par tlcularly ln London, are not good. Nor mally there are more than 160,000 oon fessed paupers ln Lopdon. Now, wlth tona of th.ousa.nds of honest workingmen unablo to obtaln eraploymont at anything lt la a bltter fact that hundreda of thou aanda of Londonora so to hed (wOiea they havo one) hungry. every night. Tho unemployed workingmen aro parad Ing tho streets, partlcularly of tho fat. ?wealthy W<_t End, ln procossloiis of ?from 200 to 1,000. In somo twenty processions in dlfferent parts of tho...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

HORSES AND HORSEMEN Robert Waddell's Interestlng Raclng Carecr. tHE KESWICK HUNT CLUB Virginia Brod Tvvo-Ycar-Old In Eng? land?Mr. Strang Buys Annio Klttz?Salo of W.isliinrrlon / Jockey Club Property. So varlod haj boen the careor of Rob ?rt Waddlll, tho Chicago Derby wlnnor of 1901, tliat nll pertninlng to ths unsexed rson of Aloha and Vltgio ls lllcdy to provo Intorestlng, henco the followlng cllpplng Is producod horo. Poliert Waddell Is now Ip winter quartors at Groenway farm, "Wllcox Wharf, Charles Clty county, Va,, ?|he home of hls owner an-d breeder, Robert Bradloy. who nsserts, conlldontly, tbat hls favbrite wlll be good and ready to raoe again during tho coming season. Robert Waddell tmces dlreotly to tho gTeat Nlna, by Br>ston, whoso blood oontlnuos to brccd on wlth remarknblo ?un-lforraity. Nlna was owned nt Bullilcld farm by tho lato Major Thomas W. Dos "irell, who brod hor doscondnnts, Ecllp- . ?Ho, Virgo nnd Virgie, respectlroly tho dam, grand dam and great grnnd dam...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son nnd Daughter who Need to Knowa For the Business Nnn Too Busyto Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-maklnjr Bv?nt? In All Llnes ot Actlvlty. Brlef, Clasalfled, Complete, to Date. A Rendy Rcfcrance Encyclopedla. jtfmerecan jiffairs. i~tul o. a. ji. orposra LEE HONOJU A movomeut has beon elartad among Ornnd Army mon to oppose tha arootlon Of otatues of Gener&l Ilobort F3. Lee ln fitnluary IJnll nnd at Gottysburg. Tha ?'Natlonal Trlbuno," an organ of tho Q. IA, II., stya the gonoral fecllng la that Gan'era] Lea waa a oonnplrator, though nn honorable mrui and a uoldlor. ' Tho splrlt of iinlty and brofhorhood chnractorlzcd tha Confederate Veterans' Bano.uet at Boston Monday, whon choers grceted tho proposal of Charles Francis Adams to eroct a statue of Goneml Lea et ArllriKton. Edltor Watterso:!, of the Loulsvlllo "Courler-Journal," euloglzed Lincoln as Uio South's boat frlend. MITCHELL AS AOlIBlTRATOIt. Governor Yat...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

Prices Out of Place For Mon 's SAMPSON'S PINS. 400 to tho pa per, 2 papors for ! 3c.._J 27-rNCH PURE SILK FOULARDS. Wliito grounds rceiv I'arsian cf fcots, val no 60c, for 33c !W__XE'CRO-,, QUET. QUILTS. I t fjl and $1.25 ones with vory sliglit itnperfec tlons for 69c, XOK FLANNEL. Full fleeced best 10c. grade for 4y?c. l^die^^hirt" WAISTS. Percalo and flannel that sold to 75c, choice 35c C^IC^-ASS TOWELING. selling everywhere for fio. per yard, Monday's prloe 3yBo. [J^El^DI__Er^,? NAPKINS full % Hlr.e, onr al? ways best 81 ones per dozen 75o. Bav'sn^Nrr UNDERWEAR. All tho best that sold for 25c, every rsizc to 34, for lGc. __AClT CASSIMERE full douhle width, 30e v.iliie, nt nll times for 10 2-*ic. per yard. lm^'"jblack" HOSE. , Tlm best always thrend and. sizn sold nt 10c. double for 12K.C C^LOREE^^ DRESS FABRICS. Hiilf wool, colors Jiglit blue, pink and creajni 3,600 yards to be solrl; inslend of Ific, ioc. K^*sHr?^_?IK~ KERCHIEFS. witli wi'de borders, ? lienmied, will sell for ri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1903. ""Now I'm cafo Surety I" "My dear, a little giftfororou! ".Next time I'll buy?a galvanized iron one G'

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

GEN. LEE' Charles Francis Adams Dis cusses it at Banquet THE GETTYSBURG ORDER MsMa.de the Theme of the Orator's Eloquence?Strength of the Oonfed erate Army?Admlral Semmes as a Writer, Etc rn? Confederate Vstersma Camp. of Kew Tork oRy. had a. luxurioua Tmoi cpoet at tha Waldorf-Astorla Hotel on "Monday evenlnsr last, and the three toosts to whlch noteworthy reirponses ?were made haJ for their subjeots Robert _. _?:?, Atraliam XJncotn. and Jefferson JDarw. The three eulogrlaU were Charles JTran eis Adams, Henry Watteraon and Wll lLe-m Hepburn Russsll, formerly of Mlssourl, now of New Tork. Mr.' Adams ln eeleetlnff a phaae of Lee's eharacter to eonelder, chose to speak of Lee'a "humanlty ln arma and Ws ucru ^ulous regard for ths most advanced rulcs of oivlllzed warfare." Here are ei tracts from hla speech i At thls banquet, given ln honor of thi meniory of Robert E. Lee. I am asked to respond to a, aemtment ln hls honor, ond withou-t reservatlon I do ao; for, as a Msssachusetta man, I...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

A young doctor, Ralph Boyd, confides to his frlond his apparently groundless suspicion concerning his personal well being and safety. This friend, Ambler Jevons, gives hi? sympathy nnd promises his help In case of need. Boyd himself It? assistant to Sir Bernard By ton. Ho hns an Interview with his chltf, nnd they dis? cuss the Illness of old Mr. Henry Courto nny, who Uvea at Richmond-road, Kow. Ills interest in that home Is centered on Ethelwynn Mlv?rt, Henry Courtonay's ?leter-ln-law. Ho determines to spend tho evening at Richmond-road. Mrs. Courto nay, young, gay, pretty. Is utterly out of sympathy with tho elderly, short tem? pered, Invalid h unhand. As usual, Mrs. Courtonay Is out. Ethel wynn surprise? Ralph by evincing a keen interest In Honry Courtenay's apparent Improve? ment In health. Bnlph Boyd ls aroused tho following morning by a visit from Mr. Courtonay's footman. Short, who tells him that his master had been anir ?srsd. Th? doctor sees Bthelwynn, who 1s in great terror...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

BY PAUL QER10K, ?EKLIN, January 21?Tho great prira Iflox ln the world to-day Ifl Qormaay. Slncerely lovlng Peace. etrlving for tdeal results ln the worlca of peace, lt la the nation that gfcires tho others strong cause for fearlng lt aa the one posslble danger to peaco. Deeply imbuefl natlonally wlth tho love ind underataiidlng of llterature and trt, Ihe two pre-emlnently paaceful profea Blons; a nation of olty hullders and city beautlflers such as cannot be equalled ' anywhere on the earth; eialtlng abstract learnlng to a degree higher than all other natlons, Germany yet loses no opportunl ?v, apparently, to obtrude the omlnous rlng of the sword on the counclls of ths world. Thls warllke attitude t>y no means ema nates only from the "military class." The generai Idea of Germany as a land that ls groanlng under mllltarlstn ls large? ly incorrcct. However f.orco partlsan crles may bo against the burden, nntlonnl foellng about mllltarlsm ls patrlotlcally ?n favor of lt. Germany doe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

li WEM. I Habe Tfix PrxB uxVavrn *?&??t?itS .and X?o5I 1 ? ?? IN ONILl^Cf, BVT I 'A.M.'G?M.E^?.TI'.. .. . .... ::?. .. BY SAMUEL O. JAMES. . {Copyright, 1803,by Samuel O. James.) -.-*? Judge well kuctra In New York State was glancing over the newspaper's head? lines. A? his ?ye fell on "Robbed the ' G-ovemmeait of Thousand?," he thr?w aside th? paper axtd addressed himself to the group around him, "Robbed the government o? thousands, did h?? Vmphl He's not a?? high?ex? cuse the unjudicial expretelon. gentlemen ?with the tobnooo manufacturer? of my boyhood deys. Those fellows?they were numerous?understood th? art of robbing th? government of millions of doll&re of revenue." Tbe Judge paustet for reflection, and, as the group prepared itself for a story, he began: "Fifty years ago the greater part ?of tbe plug chewing tobacco produced In this oountry was manufactured In Rloh xnond, Louisville, St. Louis and a string o? towns along th* Mississippi river ex? tending from 6t, Lou...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

rywVVyWWMVVVVMVMWVfWVh #VJf WW W!W>**'V ?VWVM "A VIRGINIA GIRL IN TME CIVIL ? 'The Bible For Children." "For a Maiden Brave." "The Derby Annlversary Calendar." "Sqltaire," BOOKS, AUTHORS AND REVIEWS Thomas Nelson Page's Residence, His Llbrary. The New Novel He Is Writing. Sir Rajah' Bro.oke. The CorrelH-ing of Caine. About Pepy's MSS. Punch's Fling at Kipling. CHE WRITINGS OF JAMES MADISON. , Edlted by r.alllard Hunt. 8 vols. Q. P. Putnam's Sons. publlishers, New Tork city. ' Madlson, that dlstlnguishcd son ot "Vlr jrlnila, hns beon called the father and hls lorian of tho Constltutlon of the United Btates, nnd the revlval of hls wrltlngs, Whlch our fathers called "tho Mndlson papars," is a gratefid thlng; to our prido and to tho faith wluch wo malntaln ln tha Justiee o? our late alruggle Cor con ?tltutJonal llberty?a struprglo whlch com pares well, ln all but Its outcome, w'.th. the successfui rebelllon which our nn cestors mndo agdlnst _ngllsh tyranny, and with that illstant c&a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

NEWIDEAS FOR WEAR Hlnts of Spring Emerge From tho Lato Winter Novelties. CONSERVATISM IN SKIRTS! Materlals For Both 8pring and Sum? mer nre Varled and Mako Fascina Ung Study For tho Fomlnina Mind, Now Styles of Silk. ?s-to wint?r ls not apt to lntroduce any radlcai novelties, yet there aro hlnts of spring to be eathersd here and there and tboBe womon who order now costumos fefl that tholr styla should bo nssured. A few advance modcls have beon sont ever and a few Caots are to bo ascer talned, but the tlrao Is oaprlclous ont nnd no ona need bo surprlsed to flna What is rJrtated to-day denied to-morrow, .All sorts of rumors are flylnrr about. On cne eride I hear that tlght skirts havo poosed away, on another that they ir? as flrrnly establlshod oa ovor. One au thorlty talks abou; ahort sl'.lrts, anoth'.v ecoffa ot the Idea. Tlie truth, os I bo lleve lt to be, Ia found mldway between the oxtremea and nedthcr otatement ls cntlroly correcu . It Ia qulte true that plalted nnd ehir red ekl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

UR3S FULTON. HIGHLAND SPRINGS. ELKO. BARTON HEIGHTS. GREENDALE PARK. SEVEN PINES. FULTON PARK. NEW BRIDGE. -Untstora of tho g-onpel aro made the ?)?t_Q of a practlcnl joko somotlmes ns W"?! os otiher professlonal' men. llcv. Jlr. Leake, of Fulton, suffered ln thls , ln?nner on* day litst week, Several mornlnK* n?o a yountr man dropped Into ths mlnU?ter"s homo and Itated that a friend of hls deslrcd the blnister to unlto hlm and lils betrotbed. Rev. Mr. _?nko oorvaontcd nnd the Iiout ra set a-t 8 for that afternoon, Short - aCter lunch Kev. Mr. Lcake begnn to preparo to tle tli* knot. Three o'clock samo but the brldnl jwi-tr had not put px their ap-pearnnco. Tlie time sllppcd 6y and tfhe Tnfnutcs rollod into hours nnd fter patlently waltlng until 10 o'clock Cr. Loako dbolded tliat the couple had greed to postpone their marrlage or nnd oured tho servlces of another parson, ? he retlred, Next morning: as usual. p.*v. Mr. Lcake scnnn'ed the morning pa? per and to bla surprise ha snw tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

School for /ioVsnw7V?S ? -?^_ ??_-. > House wife's Exchange SEVERAL members of tho Exchange have proved their right to belong to it by eonding directionB for knitting bedflido slippers. I hope tho two given bolow are in season to htf of uso to tho person asking for them: Being n constant rcadcr of your pngo I notico that you desiro somo ono to fonvnrd directions to you teaching quorist' how to mako bedroom slippers. . my directiona ca ? benofit her I would bo ihghted. Flrst, bogin with soven stitchea, then in tho middle stitch <-f every row mnko threo inBtend of ono; this makes the rows nlways InTgcr and gives a perfect ehapo to tho slipner. Encloaed you will find a Bmnll snmplo which mny lighten your difficulty. As you notice, tho snmplo is mado of Saxony wool, wh.-reas Germantown wool is far better. Also I begin tho slipper at t! too ins?ad oL the heeh Oloso the front and you can behold its perfect shape. TESSIE. I am holding the "small sample" for tho original querist. Will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

THE CAPTAIN'S REVENQE-HOW IT ALL HAPPENED. (Copyrlght, 1902, by "W. IV Henrst.) X#A#) IV)" ??"''""? -'a,er^ % Selected for The Times by Polk Miller. "J'm (join to 6I2 Virginny," Ptn KOiu* to ole Virginny, vrhar I use to tioo <la corn Jn de merry. lutppy di.yn of Iohb* ugo, Whar uie munrtor an' ola miriUs dty eat irpon de luwn, As de darkJeji r.waran'd aroun' de _ro't houae drah: fkaa good uio daya la _one, never mo' wlll day return, Aa' d|a -lark?y'a k/t wlll ovtrmo' be Bud ?Jut 'twell GAl>r'*l hlowa hla trumjiet ln de rewuieaclnm morn, Be'll t>t thlnkln' uv de Kood ole tlmea *-.-*? liud. fCHOTlUei ^O more wlU I hunt to' ao jio*_um nn' d? coon, far ?ot about dnt aivoet ole cabin doH, for dn nruel war iins ruined my hnripy ?outhern huine, 'An' I never ?j>ec? to aot d.) like no mo,' Wor de criiL-l war liu* rulubd my lw.uuy IKiu*??ra )iom?, An* I novor speca to h*o de llko no mo,' I mlna de ole plcmtoshun and my frienda of earller daye AVho know no panus of huntrer or of 1'...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

BEAUTY AND PURlTY ANCIENT AND MODERN IDEAS ON THE SUBJECT. Time and Disease lhe Effacing Agents of Beauty, Has Sclence Done lo Restore the Lily and the Rose? ?3oc.rnt.ca called beauty a ihort-livnd tyranny, l'lnto a prlviloge of nature, Theooritus a dolightful prejudlco, Tha ophrastus a tlluut olieat, Carneades a ?olitary kingdora, llfmer a glorious giffc of initura, Ovid a favor of the godt. Arlstotle affirmed that beauty waa better Uian all the lettera of reoommen datlon in the world, and yet none of theae distlnguiahad authoritles haa left us even a hiut of how beauty ia to be perpatuated, or the ravagei of ago and disease defled. Time noon blenaa the lily and the rose into the pallor of age, disease dots tlie fair face with outaneoua disllgurntlon and ariinsona the Romnn nose with unsightly fhishes, moth, ii not niat, oorrupta the glnry of eyee, teeth, and lips yet beautiful by defaolng the complexion, and fllls the sonsltive soul with agony unspeakable. lf auch be the unhappy c...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 1 February 1903

?v "This- 'IP make 'cm all laugh at Fatty." u The Chief will make fun of him.' " Better fn we expected. He ?G kitt Fatty for this I " You boys ought to be hung 1 " Mugfcsy visits the race-track. And soon seizes a chance for mischief. The results equal his fondest expectations* And Mulligan appears. as usual Only to bs.foikd" again. And the grateful rambler, forks out an X as a tip.

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