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GORGEOUS PICTURE.
<JA.THEUIXGV.f6r THE- /SlirilEMK
AK7VOU.VCE7IEXT OF THE DIBBAR.
EDWARD EMPEROR OF INDIA.
AMnonnccmc»i Ualy, Made, "With
Crcat rormar.il Ceremony, By the
Vlcc.ror — Brilliant Costnrnca—Dar
rllns Uniforms 'and TrappinKß—
TUr Ivlag:?3 Mcssmsc * "
DELHI, INDIA, Jan.' I.— Tens of thous- s
tnds ofpeoplc from the city of Delhi and
trorn \lilaces ■ far" and, near began
tatlierlng at daybreak this morning on the
rrcat pieln outside the city. Thero they
: n-a3tod -patiently for the supreme'--an
nouriceincnt of tho Durbar, that King Ed-
was Emperor of India. Soon the
treat plain was Ullcd with , crowding
masses of people, aud the brightly: col
ored clothing of the \-ast throng covered
the spac? for gorgeous hues.?- The crowd
on the plain was composed largely; of tno
corumon .people, but in it could .be s^en
the. retainers of the various Rajahs who
had ri££c-mblcd for tnc function;
Tho attention of all was fixed upon the
whito amphitheatre in the' centre, of the
plain where the announcement^ was to be
made. The amphitheatre was adorned
v.ith gilded ;cupolas and surrounded by
baitcrica, squadrons and battalions of tfc/S
lT3<3ian army. Beyond tho" amphitheatre
in the distance" could be seen great num
bers: of elephants, camols and horses. So
vast v."&s the multitude- that , the troops
appeared as mcro eplaslies of color. Tin
arrival "'-at the 'amphitheatre' of the vicc
rcjy : of .India,' Lord; Curzon.of-. Kodleston,
tho, princes r.n<3, /other ' dighitaiies,'-,' was
ono of the brilliant episodes of tne day.
The princes were clad in silks .and adorn
ed with Jewels and their horses and car
riages were, brilliant with"; trappings of
gold.' The spectacle in the arena was
jriost striking and gorgeous. :. The, Pathan
clildfs 'and tlio sirdars were resplendent in
brilliant raiment. • Soldiers, civilians and
visitors from Tar and distant countries
w<-ire' included among those wiihin the am
phitheatre-. ...'"' , -
VETERANS OF MUTINY.
Upon tho entrance of ; the veterans of
ihe'lndian mutiny there. was tremendous
enthusiasm; and as the arrivals, marched
to their places the. bands played national
sin- . , ..
With the ' carri.igo of the Duke of
■ Connaught; 1 who -r-epiVscnts King Edward,
there v.-as, an cscor.t of a detachment of
cavalry.; "and as the duke- and , duchess
were driven ■•around- the : arena the as-
Fembiago gave them an enthusiastic wej
coiao'.'. AmJd tlie acclamations of the jieo
plft the duke took his eeat' at the loft
of tho tljronc; while the duchess: j/rb
,reeded to a place behind -the throne.
"When the great amphitheatre was filled
>u3d the. hour for the announcement drew
near, /the multitude .within and without
availed expectantly the first act of tne
(reclamation ceremony. .
Dazzling uniforms.
Then the approach of the- viceroy was
heralded. Preceded "by members of his
bodyguard clad in white, blue, and goid.
Lord Cu'rzon appeared at' the entrance
3f the arena in his carriage
Tho postilions wore uniforms of scar
let, and gold, and the carriage was drawn
by four bay horses. The viceroy was
escorted by Sir Pertab Fingh. Alight
ing from his carriage, Lord Curzon
mounted the stairs to the throne, which
•was decorated. with golden . lious and
around which were placed massive silver
foot-stools. Tho throne itself was sur
mounted by a canopy of white and gold.
When the viceroy reached the throne-
Ihvs national anthem was played and a
ta.lute of twenty-one guns .was fired. .
"When the spectators had' resumed
Ihelr 'seats 'after .the arith'em, there was
a. ilourish of trumpets from tho heralds
tiid Major Maxwell; at the command ot
the viceroy, read the proclamation open
ing the Durbar. Tire royal standard was
;Uien raised on high" and '■ the imperial
.'aaluto was nrod. The massed bands
marched by playing, bon-fires were start
ed by the troops outside and it was an
'uounced that King Edward was emp'cror
of India. ..-:.--.;
„ THE VICEROY SPEAKS.
Thero was another flourish of trum
pets and Lord Curzon arose and- stood
for: a minute .impassive, then in impres-
Eive tones hs delivered a speech -and read
Uio. message- from King .'Edward. In
his address the viceroy announced the
coronation of the king. Ho extolled the
loyal :: Indian people and prophesied pros
perity for tho Indian crr.pire. He said;
also that it had been decided not to.-ex
net interest foi:. three years on. any-ioans
•:nado or guaranteed: by ; tiie. government
of India to; the native states'. in connec
vion with tlie r.ecent famine.
The viceroy announced : also Uie aboli
lion of the Indian staff corps, which has
long been an . army cinecurc. In the
king's -inoEsage. which -was then 'read
by Lord ; Curzon; his majesty said that
the- prince and "princess- of Wales .would
shortly visit India,.', Ho regretted his ab
sence from tho Durbar, and sent . his
greetings, to his : Indian people. In con
clusion,, ivir.g: Edward says:. .
,JUE KING'S .MESSAGE.
"I renew the assurances of my regard
for tha liberties Of the Indian, p'oople:" of.
jny respect for thc-ir dignities and- rights;
of my interest in their advancement, and
of j«V devotion to their welfare. These
are the supremo aims and objects of my
rule, which, under the blessing of Al
mighty Gcd. will leiid to the Increased
prosperity of my Indian empire, and tc
i he greater happiness of its people."
As- the: viceroy finished. : reading. , the
King's words the assembled people ibroke
inio cheers for -thi; King and Emperor.
The cheering was taken up by the multi
tude quts!d«'.'the amphitheatre and wns
lons stisialned. Then followed the pre
sentation of Indiamprlnces to; tho. viceroy,
ar.d ihe'Duke" of Connaught, and political
officers* paid homage .^to the . sovereign.
This ended tho ceremony ' and the"royal
■cortese Jeft- the arena. •. followed by- tlia
delegates from loreigir powers:- and the"
Indian princes'.' * .
Loni Kitclieiier, after th»;. c.eretnonicsj*
lutereu his carriage and was driven to
l>e!hi. -
• BRILLIANT COSTUMES. v.' ,' .
•Th&* whcic ceremony was favored v^vith
irlllifen; sunshine. Lady Curzon- \vas
izesscd in pale blue -chiffon, trimmed wit.'.,
passementerie She wore' a .flower hat;
Xord • Curson .was in^full political uni-"
form, with cocked; hat. Tlic D'lkc of
Conhy,Uiiai. had on.a field marshal's,uni
form, and the Duchess of Connaught vrore
a .costump of crcanV totjue. ' "
Whe:v tho Curcons reached • the;- dais
tJbovJccroy a:id the Duke of. Connaught
sahjtcdrxcach: : other ar.d Lady ;Curzoh
"oouiiesiiefl to: the Duchess of CoiVnaught.
Lord Curzon >poko for thirty, minutes..
stahdJng most- of the time with, ouo foot'
on a tilvcr toot-stool. . ,
During tlie 'reception of the princes and .
cKSofs, Lady. Curzon and the Duchess
Ftood behind? their husbands. : not; partlci- :
pating t in that :. part 'of ..the ceremony 'ex-':
cept in tho case cf the Begrum of Bhopal;
a Mohammedan princess, who' was hea,v-':
ily .veiled. -After the: presentation; of ahe
notabilities; the viceroy and^the: Duke of
Conhaucht stepped forward- and,; shook'
.hands with Lady Cursor- • ;, v --
, r ■--. H«V-, Cut -i-.lHiiiTbnjKue. „--...—
;v; v Marccllus . KacUo, about' 4 twient3*-6no
yca?s old. fell lro^i; a ]kxt eet^caV-'AVcdnw^
day mornlug, and' cut his > tongue; .-Thej
accident occurred at Eighteentlj and Main
«U^ets,-.;:jli6ijt»m^6v.waV'cuV'ratafdst^Mi'
,twp; asd'it^lsjfeared'that ■ h^ .ha€7sftffer<fd
lcteiT.^^lajuri^l;tipr.v;:Hlnchi^n^
filled [and- MrSlSaclioJvraa* G3rried|toith^
home of his mother, ct WiUlainebur*
»ve SU » and Denny street.
;' HERE IS THE »2d "DAY OF
THENEVVTEAR. ANEVHERE
A RE TVVO CONSIDER ATIONS
W H I CH MA K E OUR SALES
UNUSUAL: _; . , ■ ■ ;
.Ist— T^o-high quality.
2d— The- low price. .
Our Suits and Overcoats at
$15will appeal to you at sight.
- ■ .-/---/. , ~o. — ....".' ":"^ r \-;- "■■ ; . : ', :
(Established 1838), >
MEMBERS N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
MEMBERS If Y . COTTOH"EXCHAIfGE
PR!¥fiTE WISES TO
PRINOIPfiL laMETS,
Isivasfmgnt Se^urifies
. A SPECIALTY. -/,'
. : :;:": :. ; -Ja ig-iy ; '.',•
MARKKETS VERY FEW,
YcsienlHv a Close Holiday Throuklx
out tlie Country. .
Owing to. tho t act that -New Tear's Day
is one of tlie most generally observed holi
days in our calendar, t..e market reports
to-day are exceedingly few. Such as were
made arc .as folows: .
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.!
. BALTIMORE, MD., "• December 31^
Stock on the Wharves-Llv^ yPigs-we
quote* pi?s" at from ?1.00, t0 SL7S- apiece,
according to size, quality, and: condition.
Shoat?, ?2.25 to $3.00 apiece. ', ■
Calws— We .'quote:-, Strictly, choice., fat
veals, per pound, Sc; -good veal. ~- I&i\i<:.',
poor to good, per head. 54'.50g 511.00.
Beef Cattle— We quote: Young, fat
steers weighing 1.000 to L2OO pounds, 3^@
4c. per pound: steers weighing under :v0
pounds, 3s3^C- per pound; ■ osten, per,
pound, [email protected] ; bulls, per .pound, - 2S2^c. ;
large, young 1 cows, per head, "in good or
der. SlS.Of it??2s.oo; fresh cows... .with calf,
520.yJig.i30.00 per head; poor, .thin^ meadow,
stock, .510.00g.515.00 ; per. head. ■.-""■"■ : ...
Lambs and Sheep— Quotations were as
follows: Spring lambs, choice and fat.
bliisJ-c.b l iisJ-c. per pound; poor, thin, rough, 4(§>
44c. 7 wool" sheep,, per pound. " best,' : VAfei
3c. :- good, per head, [email protected]«3.0<}; inferior,
per head, $1.00g$1.50: old bucks, per. pound,
-S/2V-C., as to quality and weight. - /
.M[SCELLANEqUS_MARKETS.
nVTLMINGTON, X. C, Jar— I.—
Spirits ■ Tui-pcntine— Receipts. CJ • .'Jk^.
.Rosin—Receipts. 241 barrels. • ;
Crude Turpentine— Receipts, :3 barrelo.
Tur— Receipts,: 215^barrels. :.-.".,.-
MARIXE IXTELLIGEXCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. VA., .'JANUARY.
l, 1&03. :■:; ■' ■ -.. ' ■••"•,
ARRIVED.
Steamor Berkeley. Catherine." Norfolk. t
merchandise and passengers: Old Domin
ion Line. . • -/ ;•
Stvamer. PocahontaF, Gravce, James
river- landings, merchandise aud. pas
sengers; Virginia Navigation/Company.
Steamer Wlnyah. O'Neil. Philadelphia,
Pa... niei'cliandise and passengers; Clyde
Line. \.- :
■ SATLKT) :
Steamer Berkeley, Catherine," Norfolk,
inerohandise and passengers; 01d ... Domin
ion Line. .*. ? ■■' '. I • ■
The prioes are strictly wholesale •■ (not
job lots) and represent prices obtained
on actual sales. . . -^ .. v
Receipts of live poultry moderate; tur
'fceys-slightly. ■■ lower.'- • ' , .*"
CHTCKENS-Small. spring:, per ' • -•"/:
pound ■..:..,..... „■.:. 30 toli:>
Medium and 1arge............. 10 to 10&
■ Small and medium hen 5...... . -,'-. to 10 .-.,
•Very. large hens. ..,....;... to Sia
/Roorters. old. each .....25
TURKEYS .....................'.. 10 -to U
DUCKS— Large ....:;. 11 to. ...
Small and poor ....... 10 - " :
GEESll— Large and fat ......7.' 55 to 65
Small and thin 1.... ........... 40 to 50 .
GUINEAS ......:.... .............20 ; r
-•-■ /DRESSED POULTRY. . ■■< .:/,'
Receipts continue light. ; Turkeys some
what lower. Ducks in demand'and'mar
ket almost bare. Chickens: active. . .
CHICKENS— SmaII drawn .... 13 to 1*
T-ar?e and fat .......:..»....... 10- to 11
TURKEYS— Choice drawn..;... 13% to 14
Fair to : g00d.......;.. ;....-13-' to ISVi
DUCKS— Choice drawn.,:. ...... 14 to 15 .
. Fair, to'sood.. .............. 13 to 13^3
GEESE— Choice, drawn......;.. to 11
Rough and red .:..*:...... .*. . . .".;. .9 to 10 . .
1 ndrawn poultry sells from 1 to 2 cents
a - pound less than -drawn on this 'mar
ket. ■■■■ ■.. " ■-•■■-...-- '■- ■■ ■.;-.■ : ... : ■
•:.'.-"' ' -;: GAME. - -,-.-'- - .
The, deer season' has closed. Some, are
yetseen on the markets,, but a. few days
of si-ace are. usually, allowed for; the men
to "dean up their, stock. .-Partridges.
Pheasants, "wild turkeys: and-; ducks - not
so plentiful.*: and In active demand. "\
11AB BITS— Each: :................ 7 to 10
dQUIRRELS-Each : . .. ...;.:... 3 :• : v to 5 -
PAnTRIDGES— Dozen „....$1.50 to $1."5 ,
PHEASANTS' ......... ........ 40 to 50 ,
WIIjD TURKEYS— Per pound. 10' to 11 V-;
WiLD DUCKS— Mallard,, per v,;:. ; ; ..
- pair ....::;.. .v.. .:.:......:.- * to $1.00
' Sprigtall. per pair........... .65 to ;.; 7S r
i •--.. FRUITS. .-; r: :- -^ P
, Good demand for ; Florida oranges, . small
size. California, navels higher.*. T.n ere is
illttle demand/for, tan^srincs, .srape-frun
and' bananas. > j ='""'• • ' :
API'LES-Albemaile pipplns,^.^.. ... :^.^ ;,;
rex tra • ■ fancy. . . . . - ... . ...... ii .85.00 to $t?.Ci(i _
;;Choice: .V;i-V:...,../...:.V.i..;?3.00 to $4.00 j:
' -Johnson "Winter; r No. 1..."...53.00t0 J3.50
: N0.v 2. .. . . . ....... ..r....:..:. : .:52.0() to 52.25-
Wincsaps;.'N o. 1.:.!;.;.;.. i.:.54.00 to 54.50?-
;■ -No v2;............-..--".'.'-..v;53,00 to $3.50;
varieties.; .-.;.. ;:'.51.50;t0 $3.00:
'Cu115 ;,..;.; :^:.. 7.~;:';'.".~.'^'.7'. '■■'• 75 to $1:00 "
,ORANGES~FIorida ..:..'..; ;,?2.75 :t0153.25 ;•:
ki California' nave 15; . .... ...... .$3.00 to 53.5Q i ;
i,:Jamaioa-r.:.-....':.^.........V.f:.50.t0 $3.00;-
TANGERINES— Pcr r - bos. .v.'.53.00 to $4.00 H
fMANDERINES : -r^.%~.v-.::v:-;'...S2.50:to$3.0i>;..
LEMONS -- , :■:■■: : , , . --•" - • • '. •...-■ $5.25 to $3.75 ri
PEARS-ivicffer ...... v...;.,;.51.<5 to »2.00/ ;
: Beurre' d'Anjoa. box. . ;'.'. ... . - ;to $2.50 1 :
sir* wroheev ; 4 : box. . .V. . . :.\ ':.::■ uX.to $2.50 §
GRAPE-FRUIT-Per .:, bos. "iV. s3.oo to $4,50
GR4PES^Alalaga::r;r. ; ......:;.si.oa;tQ:ss.CQi
.-.Catawbacpoj-: basket 15 to r-i
.PINJiAPPLKS-iEach:.;:^.-...,. 25 to "So'
f BANANAS-P«r bunch.v^;;^^;tQ $1.50 ;i *
'•CRANBERBIES^-Per/.ibM^
rd •::.;.:.-■-.■ :f T ...»..'.'.-:.'.-:.:..-;.. t .siaM toSJIIOft 3 ;;
v:^:-i :^. :••:■■;^VEGETABLBS. '- ■-•'-'-
i -iveselabj?,*^^majrketi.diflHS'KdbaKceJeryV'i
however, ' in : deniand 'and. somewhat I higher. 5
rBEETS— Florida^p«riboxi:^iHis tos:i.ooS
'■CA'BJIAGrE^Fer ■ ton ; i ; ;v;i ;;$3LO.Oo;to:«i(|0^
*^PeiVloo r '"''' ' •*••*"• .••••«'«••«'•»«»•" • ItQ^ tft»* : Mv W
CAUilFLOWEß^Perxrate . .«.»
iCELERY-Larse, per dozen
fr- stalks nC;v;^v;: To to -• 90,'
small . ; :::: 20 to m
E<i G v.'P. LA N T— Florida. - . .'
- crates .. : :^;..;..^.i....:.^,: 100 to -v .L25 ? c-
ONIONS-r-Western. red,'per; : ;v ;'
bushel ...V. ."......" " '65 to- 73 ;
:':: ': Globe,- yellow ;-v.V ;.;-■' 85 to ' 90
Bermuda, per crate- .:..;. L 35. "
POTA-OES-rSweet,"in bar- '■'-. ." "•
■ : rels ■,';;-;v.':;'-;v;';." 1 .7.--: r .";'.".'V.'".'/:.v 1.75 -to.^'2.oo^"
' ; Irish; ■:bußnei;.':.'.'r; v .":"iV'; : ;v i ".. i '<. ; -s6O to /":- 65 -.
TOMATOES— FIorida;? 1 per:;: / ; :>^ " -•"••^
: ; crate r:;.::;.v.v;-..^;.:^r;;-: 2.50. t0 ; : 3.00;:
•■;• •- butter; and eggs. : :-
Fresh country*^ eggis-iin?" fair: :demand. :
Cold-storage: stock dull. -Butter
quiet: and tsomewhat: lower.*" ;:"V.j; "■; ' ; ■■;
CREAMERY -??.■:: ?i iv.r^:-.'^. : to £'?? Z0
COUNTRY X BUTTER— Fan-
■ cy;i yellow f-pnnt5.... .;;:... . 21: t- :■ *^ ; '
/ Choice -1 .v. -"r. . . : .\ ; . -V. . v.'. .V. . "■<- 20 to- ■'■ : *?. 2l '-,
.Fair; to bOOd /.:::;. r.-^:;; :^18: to', v;; 20-
EGGS— Fresh. ': near-by. '.:.*;; -:23 to-^ >' .
Barrels "and -boxc ;.•*;.". r.v.: "22-fb r "- -•': *23 /"
; -:.',-, / : COUNTRY^BACON.- : ■■"-.- " -
HAMS-rSmithfield ;.r; ■;:»;.;;■> 18to -: 20v
- .Small;- well ;smoked- ...... • ;;16-tov -18;/
Large v. ; .^;:.^:\.;.:.V.^'../ . 14^to; /16
SHOULDERS— WeII; cured. 11l to :;: 12
51DE5.:.::.:...":.-;-::.:... 12 to : 13 '.-v
DRESSED 'HOGSf-Small;:-; 7^to- : ; 8 ,
Medium and. 1arge.. "....".. : .7 to 7%
PIG'S FEET— Per. dozen... .lo to . '12 .
SAUSAGE ;i'..". ! -i -'.-..". V.." 9to-j ;;10.; ;10.
■--7 ;,-■_.-;.. .- ""live-stock. -/■ ■ ■
The price .of live hogs has advanced
about \i cent. .;•:' -. :..;. j.-" --. • ■"//.' -'■"'■
veals .............:.:.. -i> to ;/. 6^i
lambs .u.'.. ....:..:./...../; 3; :tj; :; >- ek
5heep....... ..'...: ...... ";•.;■ 2%-t0,,";:,-.4..
hogs :....... ...........;.... -e^.to: • 6%
CATTLE"- ..r;. •.:.-..,.-■-■.. ; 2%"to r • 4%
MISCELLANEOUS.; . . .
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR— . :.
■ Per pound-".:..:"- "-" '."■ ........' 2% to -".3 ."
BEANS— White, hand-pick-: •■;
ed ..... W:.-.::. ....... .i^..52.25 to $2.40'/
' Mixed, .bushel .............SI.SO: to 2.00"
■ Colored ...•..'..........■.....51.50 : to ?1.75
BEESWAX ............;... ..' 25 " /
GINSENG— Per pound -;:r.:. ?3.00 t to $3.50 :>: >
FEATHERS— Geese, per; lb.. 45. to 50
WOOL— "Washed, per 1b.... 22 : to 23
Unwashed : :........ V . 18 .. to ■13 •
HIDES— Flint, No. 1 ...;.... 12 to 12^
t Dry.: 5a1ted;.:..... ......;.;: 10 to .12
, Green, 5a1ted,....'....:.....- S- to" 7r
SAUERKRAUT-^4O-gal. bb1..55.00 to $5.50
1 . /-..•- - : r : : ;"FISH' MARKET. '//;-:■ ;
• Fish very scarce; good stock" Is .In de
mand... ■ ■ ■.:■/" ■ •■-„■ ■/'.;■; ..
FRESH WATER-r-Striped'
bass, per.: ppund. ........ 12 to •••16
.Black -ba55".............. 9 to 14-
White perch "............ 8-. to 12
'". Rock ■'.:..:. ..:......;.:..... 10 to 15
Perch, -lake -frozen, per ->,•■- „■.-.-,.•
: pound .;.'......: .;....:. 4 - v--■'-'
'Herring lake frozen.
' • per pound .....;........ . 5 . : •
SALT WATER— Salmon ;
tr0ut.......... ....••... 8 to 9
■ Pomplno ................. lo ■ ;
\ Spanish mackerel. .....:■■ 12ti
Trout ...::..—- .•••••• "_I ■• '
<Shad -Florida, .each.... 50
Shad! hickory, roc;.:.:. 16 2-3
Croaker, ; per pound .... .6 '•
1 Mullets per .p0und... ?..-.".- 5, -to 5%
t YSTERS— ; : Shucking •
stccft,-' per barre1 ; ."..;:... 53.00 . ' • '
Raw, box, per 'barrel... .54.00 .' to ,$4.50
•Raw. box, gallon „-.'.: . ...5 1.00 ;/
.TERRAPIN— each."...:..-... 15 to 30.
S.^A: : ?
Their Status On thcJlarkct jPlena
' . .Ins to StbcUliolders. ' 1
Seaboard ; Air-Line stockholders" are hap
py in ;yiew:of. .the. upward tendency of
the stock indicated ''at: the close of the
markets ..Wednesday. vViith preferred.- in
the - neighborhood; of 45 .'and -common
around . 2S, the ' outlook is bright and -ehr
couraging-.: 1 i -.i ■■ ' -■ f . ; .--•/;
The good showing made in. the midst: of
recent depressions, of pother :. stocks give
reason for., tlie -belief ; : that there will be
a ctil! further advance. . ■ .
L. RICHMOND MISSING.
Hampton. Treasurer, of tlie J. O. A. M.
Strangely :-. .Dlsapi»eari — Where
nhoMts UnlcnoTTn. •' ■ . ; •
HAMPTON, ,Y^, ■'January I.— .(Special.)
L. Richmond,; .wii'o^ is well-known in secret
organization circles, and who for the past
several years has been the: treasurer.* of
the local Junior Order American
Mechanics.' is^missing, {and the council is
now minus something like.S3oo, which was
in the treasury. 1 Mr. Richmond left Hamp
ton uncereriioniously,..several days a.ero,
and his present whereabouts ; arc at this
time unknown^.-; It' is likely -that a -war
rant will be. issued for lv's arrest . .'
Emancipation-pay-, was observed , v here
to-day by the negroes in a very,elabo
rate manner. Alparade, ; In which -the. ■.va
rious '.colored, enterprises were represented
by floats, and all the colored secret 'Or
ganizations ; were seen, began the' day's
programme. In the afternoon addresses
were, delivered 7 by John C.' Dancey,- Re
corder- of ..Deeds of the. District of Co
,lumbia. and 'a number of prominent local
colored men. ' '•-■,: " ' .
The coroner's, jury that- investigated the
killing of George 'Davis, ;: in ' Phoebus; last
Saturday night, has .returned; a verdict
naming - Elmer - Lewis.: as ; the V murderer.;
Lewis has" skipped: out arid it Is thought
he is now in North . Carolina. :
:-.. -■'■ : ." •' t •■•■■•- • ■'■-. ■ ; •
Clsar Cojiipany's ToTvcr. Finished.
Tho Chicago Bridge: and Iron Company
has completed the water: tower, for. the
American "Cigar ' Company, which, is \ 140
feet high. '-■ .'■". "•--:'... ;': ;' ■ ' '' ;
••! - ''■■■■ ■ . Measles 'in, Essex. • ■ .-......•■••
TAPFAHANNOCK iVA:, Jan. I.—(Spe
cial.)— The. measles' " has broken , out , in
Tappaharinock. .The disease was in a -bad
form about .two years 'ago.^ and anxious
mothers are ? greatly, concerned at . the
advent, y -■- ■ .........
• Dr. \W. T. ■ Derieux, of Richmond, and
a native -of this county, preached : an elo
quent sermon to a large; congregation in
the ; Baptist , church ; here last ; night.
•.The marriage *of'^ Miss '-. Jeanhette Bizley,
of this county; to the Brazilian" mission
ary,, as •reported in to-day's Dispatch, • has
a 'unique connected .' with ,- it,
which . hae jus£ '.;■ leaked"' but. ,'.. It appears
that ' Miss Bizley [has^wanted if pr : ; several
years past to be-a; misslbnarjv and \had
sent in her application to .the : board. She
was ' accepted .under •the;; consideration
that she would :■ go' as : a: married iwoman;
A meeting was arranged ;• between x the.
Young-man and herself. : ;l^e called again,
and ? Cupid; did the rest. ;" ; : ■ . :
SANTA rCLAUStBURNT;
J. I». TJibnias;. Seriously.' Injured , in
. ■ . ',- V /" ; '>.- v -Albemarle'iCounty.\-.:; ■ '-'^'x^-:
CHARLOTTESVILL : E.V VA.^ Jan. 1.-™"
. (Special.)— "Wluio" 'J. •".'. I/.: Thomas, : lof
Portsmouth, Vai. ;a' law" student at \the
: University, ; of ..Virginia;. / was j: acting^ as
Santa Glaus at an ',ehtertainmentj atV-fXlie
Meadows," .the home of : Cap tain H. -Clay
■Michie, ,two ■■ miles \ northwest ;of .th'eYcjty,
his garb ;: caught ; oivVfire. "resulting 1 lia : ; his
receiving;: several isevero -burns 'On "the
head, neck and arms. '
' ;HadJitTnQt'been^forsth^.prompt(atten.
tion . of. {Mr.'.Catlett: and VoJ:he.rsV present,
in subduing/ the ■■: flames, : he .would have
been '-.' fat ally J b'urQedra^ : U:;is,;: his"; injuri.e&
arctnot serious. . • - % .; ;^;.v '. ;. ' -
BIG.. FIRE; IN DURHAM,
Lajup T3«?lo8ion .Causes a Blaxe in
the Fir«t ; Xotlonal ; Bank. ;
KA C~. : Jam;;;l.r?(Speciai.)-r "I
A fire occurred^ olai^7third|floor,*ofHhe:!
First ;N\attpnal :Bank'T>uildsng;jatf 4 o'clockij
.thls'jniorhihg.';* caused iby.:the ; esplosibn^of ; !
a ' lamp' inltho IhterstatelTelephone :]Qflio6.' ; '
:>The daiMge^6tUie|bulldingjby^flref and j
water ia:'estiniat«a r to;be about ;4Q;per;ceht;|
6f«the'insu'rance^whichT|iinQu^t& ; tQ i'?lsiooo^|
mvldediamwgJth^foU^inelco^anies;!
Caled6riiah^Natidnal;cAetna;« Springfiqld ; \ I
Phoenis.'i;: of ' ; Hartford ;^NortbjiCarollnai |
I^cra^AVestch^ster^C^Uneaital^^SQuthJ-J
r eraf'StbciTrMutaal;*of:l6recMhD]fb^(a^
Nortb.'P?!AmerJc^Po|iclessiW§t h^|laU« ; ;i j
compansrSision tho: stock ;df furAlture''andj
books in the law office of Guthrit? &
GuthHe: -
: :vMr»;VAaarlil,:iSmiiJi;Oceupted^|Hj^4Ojj;i
;^h.V?fir£(t fioor for nitllllnffiry.'i'^in.d'i.fcftC/I^ss-j
:-'i^^^^M
KBLCEY «IVES COXVI>CIMr FOP--
TRAY At OP :■ COTiAS BO YIiE?S : HEBO*
COMPANY: WAS fACCEPTABEE.
Former latotlncc.^GlirUa Idol Still Has
the Power To , Fascinate — 3llss
Shannon- Was Pleasing ; And Play;:
: ■-.''-''t-.y- T" :z Z"- S ■'Ty-Wv ';'-.,^£;:J"'.'J: : --;''. : /';.: : '' :'??■'":'s'£
"/'.'Was Stage di-"Wi tli, "Accdracy As' To-
Detailand Effect."
HTime ;.vras,,.;and '. not rmany ; .;years£ago.-;
when ••the "matinee '•' girl - chewed caramels
and bonrboris ' and '; raved;, over - handsome";
HerherC-Kelcey^between chews. 'rThat.
was *,when : he , essayed I heroic : roles '-. with
thC ; Lyceum -stock,- and ? appeared -in ■ such :
plays. - ; as.- "The .^Wife,'*;, ."Charity .Ball,".
andiVMeh^and --Women.",;: ;,;;?.},;;: ..'■'
"'"That- erstwhile ?'ldpl*' {appeared. : :}K>l&s\
Academy/ : at .-•■ -'tto:-;w o :-; performances:.! yester"-.!
day. : . in the- Conan Doyle-Gillette ."version:
bf.j'.'.'Sherlock j Holmes." .■ Large .VaudiCnceS"
attested I the . popu lar ity : of the : actor.'f arid"
:the:great: interest:' felt", in ianythlng-tha-t!
concerns :1 the : - doing ;of JLtlie : imaginative
detectl,v© '■in*.whatsoever.,phas©';he niay r : b<j
presented; ; V "'■• : ;. : '.'—'■'•". ]'-':■ ".;"'• <-~- : :-y2}x.; '■■
-Anything that- is surrounded wifir.mys^
tery .'■, appeals to the \ public ■ appetite, Vand :,
this : same 'public > was: aw : 'are;of the /fact"
that '■• if 'any one on" earth could unravel";
the skelh; of: dark .'; secrecy;; "Sherlock
Holmes"- was the" 1 man. : ; ' - .-:"'"•;
; '•' '•' .' : AUDIENCE "VVAS '' CURIOUS.;^ "^
Therefore, 1 it- was' ; not surprising that,
Kelcey's ;' auditors were cur iou^ '■ r First •;
of :' all they .wanted to 1 discern, with: their
own.; eyes -just : what Dr.- .•Doyle's^sieuth.
wouid ■"■■■ be able to -.; do .; in solving: .the':
strange case of- Alice Faulkner, and..sec-l
ondly what .changes time ..had ; wT'ought
in the -.- former matinee '• girl's hero. . . : |
■ ■ •- Interest? in the play was further.-.. stimu-r j
lated; by :the fact .that: it ,'waV: advertised |
.as'; a .hitherto unpublished -J episode '.:'in the j
ife . of . theC, great detective, -and v any- j
.thing unpublished in. regard to" the doings i
ofsuch'a really ''great man" as Sherlock.
Holmes" is -wo.-thy of more' than' passing
notice.' .■■'.:.;'■'■'.- ;.v ''^-- -;'- ; :■-,-.. :■- ' .:■:: -; ,; : -^
\ William » Qllletts, who r collaborated .; with
Dr. Doyle- in presenting, to tho stage,
a dramatization' of "Holmes' adventures.
depicted 1 the -role" with great success,^
both . : in this country ■ and in England.'
The play, not -■ only added to Gillette's
fame ; as an 'author and actor, but mate
rially-increased his-bank account, :. and
he is still 1 playing the piece with unquali-"
: fie'd success . in r the . provinces. ' % _. " ; ■;
COMPARISON ODIOUS." ■, ,;
A comparison between Gillette and KeU
cey would be; odious.; : They are* different
in personality, "manneriEms, and concep
tion. This is : not said, however, in '■': dis
paragement; of the latter, for thei por
trayal he gave us yesterday was ln~ many
respects as entertaining; and convincing
as.that.of the originator of the character;'
",;Age has dealt kindly, with Kelcey. l^ True'
;. his locks are ' somewhat whitened by "add
ed years, and the lines are^ "more distinct,
yet he is the same preposessing.S-manly;
Kelce'y'.'. as of matinee vgirl "idol"-: times.
His' "Sherlock Plolmes". -stands out as one
"of •"."■ his best characterizations,- a rid un
stinted praise is due hini :for " tho really
clever work; he did in; the play, last : night:
More -than passing . notice -is due ;his
■ wife, Miss Shannon, who was seen." to ad
varitage;ln: the "" ; rolev" of Alice .Faulkner,
about . whorii • the action of.' the "play're
volved. The ■ supporting company .; was
acceptable, and the play was staged -with
.the same .accuracy ; to , locale and detail
and 'with .the same varying electrical
effects that characterized the ;_ original
production.-: ;'- :^J.: : . • ■'■; : '-- J.".^WCA.;;
The - engagement of the Fawcett Com^
pany. at the Bijou .; -.is /hearing;, its rend,
k and: will soon . be over,.. for. w-ith the per
formance to-night there. will be but three
more j chances to witness the superb pro
duction of "Secret .(Service." ;' In _ this
Gillette drama 1 "the company-- 'has -"scbre'd
an immense hlt-and/yesterday., played 'to
the utmost capadt>' of the theatre at both
matinee >i'and night '■■'-'performance's.- ,
.Manager "'•'•Wells : will • .present "LoopiDg
the : Loop," at the Bijou"f6r l three nights
and " two' ".matinees". commencihg Monday,
of next week."; This is one. of .the most
successful of : , the itweritieth : century farce
musical comedy shows of the. season:
The * Bijou •. Musical Comedy . Company
will' come;; to? the- Bijou . for. three. ''days,
commencing :with the .matinee on ■Thurs
day,", and ; , their offering" will'; bo "A; Con
tented' Woihan," with :Miss . Agnes JRosa
Lane- in the leading role. "" ' ~/•...~ /•...
;De ' Wolf -Hopper -and a remarkable
company will appear in "Mr. .Pickwick"-,
at the "Academy ; to-night." Digby Bellis
one of - the principals in -the; support* of
Mr. ; Hopper, ;.as- is: vlikewise ", his;.- wife,'
? Laura Joyce , Bell. A : magnificent ■ produc-;
tioi> .win be > given ■ the piece, and one (of
the- real .musical' treats -of the year is in
store for theati-e-goers. '■ ■■ ■ .-;...;
. Creatore, that great Italian bandjlea'd
• er,:> so much talked about : a t _ present in
all musical circles, is an; exception 'inas
much :as his success.' has' been ; universal.";
In'- every • city .where he :• has appeared . he
has instantly /become a' topic of ; convefs'a-"
, tion, ' and r this \is particularly so ■ in i New-,
■Yo'rk'city, ..where .he played- for one- hun-'
drerl . nights;, arid Pittsburg; wjiere he was
tlie ■ attraction * for two weeks "at; the \expo-;\ expo-;
sitloni-breaking; the .■attendance; record !"'6t
; fcurteen /years! .: His ■ appearance i hereX at
tlie: Academy'" next ': Monday "nightVi will '
/afford - an . opportunity ? to , study" the" most
: intense-; musical this : ; country
:has known- for.- years.- •- - . ',- ■■' ■■■"• '■""■ —
: ;j_ Scientific MeuJlect. ■;';• v
. ;Dr. . E-'-i-W. ;Magruder, chief ;cherriistj.or
the departm.ant " of agriculture, --rsturned
Wednesday, from /AVashington,' ' ■where;', he;
has been in attendance : upon"; the meeting .
of^tho American -: Association <fqr the^Ad^
iot l Science,- •■;• and :vthe>:Ameri-:
ban Chemical jsoeie ty,.; Qf - bQ th, of whieh . ho \
!is;a : ineinberJ:,' ;".'-- . : .:; : 'v ;':■;../ ■■:.-*:-;■; ;.-■■'•. ';^v' '"','
'■': HeJsaysJitherG^.'was. Jn :^""ashington\.th.e"
;largrest:>satherins.;of/ scientific •men.-'ever.:
) brought ; -to£e;ther,f- in?ithi's ■: country.^' ln"
conjunction .with the American :AssoclaY
Jlbn if or :• the ■'Advancement : of Science, I, alt
"other; a.ffiliated ; societies .of .the^sUnited;
■State3^eld^ their fraeetinßS^;. ; TherV^iere"
itwentyitwo societies : .represented by',some
\thJnff:": like/t wo -'thousand £ EQenib«rs>i: (Of ■
:■ that i ; nunAber j about :Itwo^hundred^.we'rel
;chemists. : i aieafrdm alliparts of -the^Uni-*
I ted States ' f arid :-,-.■'' Canada-, j wereV present;
Many ; /very ;\aluableE ', and ■• instructive ipa?
pars were read. ' ->
H'SpE BUS!NE3S;CHAI\!GES.:r
. Mr." Howard J.: Baldwin, former ly super
intendent of i the ; Cohen Cornpany;st g toris;
.liasiseyer^d-rhisjcor.n'^tlonrwith^thaV-.flFO^
and;ientered;intov partnership Vwiih ' ilry^G,*;
fßurtoh^Mquntcastle^The^newiflrßV.wili
hi '■■ Jen o w n '] as -the :>: > Mountca atte s Hardware
Company. . ' \ _ -~ " • .
V; Mr. '.J-~ K> ". Sta ym'an! has' resigned.: li is» pewi-^
;tiQri"as r r6ad:ifore^anipf{en^neers{of4tlje^
Richmond,
-Rall?Qa/i^:.an<i|will^ gof oir, the Irpad; for.; the;
■Natlifia^a^f^t&ins.;Coinpj^y, ; iofrjKeiw?
York," in the Interest of; theirinewv engf otp
ihihr!cator4?HeJ haslbeenTsucceecUsi \ in^itus"
Tailroa'di position?; by^Engi neer * Rodfo rd. r -
" Miv F/:N^ Grigs,; assistant -gene^tstoire
way;« resigned -yesterday ,■ to $nter k the ser
vice of Adams, "Westlake am! Company,
■a, railway"; supply of Ch.i-.ago.
£ wff^ffns<>>!rs^^^'^nf ft T? *Op s Ml •» 5
:a; •■;-':•';--;;•- : : ' ■•■/:•■■;:,:■-,';. ys">\ <■■;:■::;:
EVBKCTT BOI>TO?f EXPIRED T?
Tiv AT. ;I.OCOMOTin3r."IVORK.S.
• - -
801 LESfHfSSNDft RI NNEBJHTmS
Vo THE £'-' M.HX '.Cttllfif^tv S^f.iv £Clt -;.< %* &]^v
and Sn-inginsrlSlass of Iron an 4" So^
:-^S"/ : -;-//v,'--' ; -'-- • --.-'.■-■-'-,.: ;-.-. - /,-■•//■%;-;:"•'.-,-:-.,
i ' J ): InJ nr cc d;..Tßatd ;..TBat Iff ' : - Die*-: ln^. a. -ShoTt,
:Tiine— Xever "Regainefl. Consclous-?-
:y Everett ;Bolton;T a' 'yoting ■white; man,;
about 22- years of. age/ was^ the'victirnQf a.
horrible accident atthe Locomotive Wor^ks
yesterday morning about, half-past S .
o'clock, which : resulted : in; his -death ;, lit er j
in the daj-. ' <
'-■- The-young^an.was^lite^
ideatlL^ThQ \ accident ; : /-,Wa5 ■'.; particularly"
gruesome because" it vras' no ones-fault.s -fault. ""
• *■:•■-.:; -"/■'. ;iN;:BqiLBBf:'SHOP;^/:w;;;-::;:;; iN; : BqiLBBf:'SHOP;^/:w;; ; - : : ; : ;
*was¥assistihg;;:in'i raising .s-aiboiler^oniia
crane.: As^ is always the cas^Lin; raising.
fa ih.ea,\3:.iweight, - the _af ter^c'lear^:
- tag :ffie groun(3;; begin' a "swinging -motion.;;
" It had , reached :' the;height -.of > about four
feet when the; end [swung around." ; catch- ;
>ir.g :Boltoh.i who. was; standing ;f against;
the 'engine" frtmie. ; It mashed- his Qhest -.&'>
? HeVfellHo;the^ground .without ;a; groan.^i. -
;'■ -Several \meiVi -rushed' Fto./ his^"assistance';
and .'carried him - into^ the -. supply^ room,;
J while J: the ambulance ' was '' Dr.;
Foster.' responded and had , him removed^ to
;the.':yii^inl£;H6splteL';.;purtng' : -.th"e';:ixxterr.;
■;. venlng ; .period . . between ; the accidin t - aid i
': tlic.' arrival : of the i doctor .'lie ■ seemed;; to .
; regalm cohscioTjsncss,-: as ':he r : groaned \.as :
though; in V agony.; and terribly
.nauseated."" ../,•" •
'-_'/: ;■-;_ ." AT, THE HOSPITAL. " ' ; ;
■y "-As i sQori ; .as\ -he': reached^ the" hospital a.
consultation -was "held, and it was de^
; cided " to ' perform an . operation - as ; the
only. : • me'ans./of saving : hls' : llf e.' ; He wa3
[placed on the operating table, and it was;
i found that he bad Internal io
j. juries \besides: having -his liver;:- cut in j
two. "■'■„ Ho; died . without r regaining ' con
sciousness. His, family were with -him at
the'timei:.' ;■=-- %^.'-%^si :: .Y^ '•"". "/-^f ■•::- : -'
■;'•. Bolton was-, one -of the most popular
workmen' at. the shops. "He ; worked; under
Mr; ;"\y. P.'-Leaman, contractor," who was
his brother-in-law. 'He was , a" fine athlete/
and : a member 'oi-the Locomotive Works
base-ball, team. ;~ ■';";■ .,'.']' '':•" y. ','■■'
Ho: lived with his mother" at No! MS
Buchanan . street,'; where j his remains were
talten." He -has two brothers, who; are
also employed at the Locomotive Work's; '■./
THE TRANSFER; sYSTEMi
Why It Was. Tint : Inaugurated "Wltli
-.-.' ';■■ •'■„ '; -tlie, Xe'tv" ' Venr.' '.. -, .•.-.';.
The much r talked of -universal transfer
sj'stem "whiclv v.-as Ito;• be inaugurated - ; ' as
a" New Year's bponVi has" failed to: materi-.
alize, and tho piib.ic ' is tasking ."why." ;
;, The >■ Virginia " ? Passenger v and^ - Power
: Company ; lay the blame for ' the jdejay: at
the door o£ :the:sub-coinmittee ; Vof- the
Council, tq: which V was referred the; re-
'ciu'est; of the company iuiat; permission; be"
' given": it to; incorporate t^.the system;- JXhis
' sub-committee" qongista of Messrs. 'Adains'
.\Vtuttett,; Phlllipsi;Bakei\a.rid;Wef!t:" v;The
committee, had ; soriie - trouble'- obtaining a
meeting, and in the meantime the matter
haa been held up..- ' \r V . -.
.As : a means of- expediUrig^tlie 1 matter
General Manager-Huff addressed a letter
to' Chairman ; Adarrias, of the; committee,"
requesting i;trie^iridlyiduai: ; approval : : in ' a
general; way, byj"uie. haembers of youf.subr
comriilttee. of the '•plan /.outlined Land trie
privilege' of .putting. T6to;imrneaiato opera-:
tion.. subject to ",-; your, formal^: approval
later^ ; when ' ; you ';- will have \the " benefit : of
the coin pa ri y ' s experience -and ': the .'expert -
erica "of ' the traveling public as " a^'guide'; to
your.firialactionl" ,':"' ./..■.':.:: ~~i ;, ": '.'.
the members of ,tlia' committee
endorsed "-this proposition "while" some
otners^ declined to do'sbr'on the ground
that it would o"pen : a' door for gran ting
prospective new. i privileges to the i com
pany: ':' ■■ - . :-. - -""-""i ■'-■'■ : - : ' . '
jjl he ■• company. ■■■ however. ■■ deny-- tliat^stieh.
rnbtives were, enter tairied..:; _ .."" ... , -
• v FIRSX LIOEJfSE^IX-1003. „"
Colored Coaulo'; First To '•'Jiteirview
r ;■ .^Cleric- CUristlanryVejsterday^
The : marriage-. record in the offic&- of
Clerk" Walter.;Chrlstlan,v-of-the;Hus tings
Court, v> was - started ••-yesterday,:'-.:^wlth -a
license issued to James g L'ipscomb % and
r Virginia-* B: ■" Carter,'": a -colored ".couple;
aged, . respectively, '35 : - and 21. --~-fr " *.■■-.
.The .licenses ; during, tlie - day to
white "persons " : were as": follows : l - Jo>T; E.
Brown arid -Annie M." Rose; 'and -A. Byron
v r ermillion . and Willie ?Tyree/ - -:
•Fiye^ licenses .^Were, Issued 1 ; during .the
day ; and I on. thQ."openlng':dajr. of last year
none were .issued. •/•■'- '- ' ~--- : : :f-:;';: f -: ; ' ; ■'.-■ : • --, -V;;
V During -.: the ■ year,- . 1903 . Clerk j.. Christian
issued 'licenses if or the' marriage "ot ; UU3
couples." Of these : 532 were : whites" and' 37S
colored." V. There: weret 1261 widowers; -": 85
widows,"" and- 41 : . divorced' persons. 1 ■'.■■'■
Carl -W. Dauber,'r,a native" of ; Germany,'
was I admitted . to;- full i citizenship, : in. I Che
United'; States: yesterday I in : the Law.: and
"cJquUy. Court. , • V ■ : .. .' " !: '-".; " :
■■ i : A .-: motion ; for judgment^, was- ' filed •: ye's-'
terday tin -.the Law and j Court- by
Oiyde;-W.: Saunders against Blair- Mean
ieyr. for the 'recovery; 0f. 5158.83." 1: . :.;
BUSINESS EXOjUGII FOR UUI;
Psesident i;. Sitterding i Wil! Give Hl*
• -Entire -Attention' to . Railw-rty Af ♦
••:-. President' HSltterdjng,\C of .':Uhjß!\syirsin.la.
Passenger; and Power Companj-, ibegfn^
nlhg-; y*csterday,: ; severed -active 'connection'
; with-Xhis : t other c interests •: -to ; de
vote ihimseltrentirely; to I: the -'managenient
of.'-. the-i railway; affairs : under his 'control;"
THi'BUSlEStlß^ci
city.^T«-':Cbtlectbr■■■Cupninsl»ttm'-i«a^"
- ■ ■ . . . ■ bors'On Tth.e - TiGfv -Year. .-...- ..■.-....•■.,■■
.-City' Tax- Heollector) C.Qnntngham's < office
; a.%- . , the' iCity :. fTall-i yesterday ,- - was ,-: th"«;
busiest? place \ I n^thei -'clty."2; Instead 7q{ ; tha
CpllcctorjrpayinEr^NewiYear'sHcall^iJh.e
was- theVrecipiejit s of raany" ; «alls himself.
He-iheW:-a> : criQiwded??.revee sail 'day. ■■'■'-: His
; ea Jleis - : wet&.' bela te.d. I tajkpay.ers."4" He. had
L-hiJ ; -.i his; '. 4epps.lt,: slip, o yest^da^- afternoon
26,003;^^f representing: - the fcpllectlons';: sinco
; the ■ day as far as made 'up. ".There"
:wa^"rh6we"verr';a half- Dush"elef;niall; con-.
:tamlng?.chec^"v.\^leHShad--notlyet : ;;i>eeii
opened; . ; The r - forced "wero^-b,u3y.vlate :,-inta
thenisht windins-up^ths rush.: •■'.•-.
KHARYEYgIIOGAN^CASE
IJUI. of l-sc«i>tion» Si cjneil— Appeal
Goes To Court At Cincinnati. ;
%■ CHATTA NpOG^^E^N^-vJantia^ 1..^
Judse % JGlark'l tpfdaj\^isned -^theVblUfof 'je^Cr'
■ forwarded where r'-Lb- 1 '
is ■■ ;■; held j iv V jalllvtThlsVcarii^ ) thejap^
pea\Jt6Xth^^nited|S^^&;'Circ^t^ovtrt
oC^^App^als ati? CJhcljraaiL-:vto^n j^was
'convicted f-and % slvsnTa' ';lo ngr- . {sentence V for!
train a robbery in Mt-nt^ua, n-.'?re;'a«fior
i .KNOXVn.LE. •■--. TEN*;. .'; Jrinuary-1.
i_The^River?ider ; Woolen; Mitls -and '{««?■■;
j 1 KncSyil Ie i-jTVoaleii' t Mills*: of 1 1 Ws4 £! ty, ■ an-. •
noiinca thai, beginning 'January 5/ -thin;.
a' ia' per,- cent lnoreas*'l« tVe seal**.. Tha
"mitts {employ abonfcVJoQ ar.d 756 tMopl^jT^t;
v ivicli rnonfl; l rust snd
r:K ; .' bate Lieposii; to m pa n y.
WctL/llctl ctllU *^UI |/IUd t %J7l ,# IV|VUU.Uv
Executes Tru*tsV" r ß^w'D^Mts -^^
a % /^r Accooati; Sb|i(^<ted^ ; f ■■ OwTespondencj lnVited. I - \ ':'- -,
l4jBT0» SKEI/TOIf WI^LIAMS^ ' * LEWIS D. CRE3SHAW, 'JS^ ";
■1
IDEAL
PBOVIDEHT SAYINGS BaHKv
BANK
911 East Main Street.
S. Eatokl, Pnsidtnt. W. Gray Watts«n, Ca«k.
Union Bank of Richmond
ORGANIZED MAY 3. IS6& »* \
Depofit.ycur saying* with * Solid laititutlon. the stroa»«st lath* South -
CAPITAL, $219,750.00
-UNDIVIDED PROFIT, - - $300,000.00
DEPOSITS, - - - •- $1,400 000.00
DIRECTORS '.
vißGnfius HEwrbir. k. Ti arrirgton/ jr^ b^ami6f»v; t. w. ipsxasato^
Sttill «nd Urge D^osit ? Solidted. T Ml^ HBCitttIATEB
The Savings Bankl
•■ '■ >■•■•-• • ■ ■-■■*•■■■■ ■ ■ ■■■■■ ,' .■■ ■-■ ."'• /% ' w % < & •■•■'-» ' : iii'-^'V'' ' -— <*.».
.....Ui I^ILsIMMMMUMMU*
I f 17 East Main Strait, Next to Hotel Lexington.
THE INSTITUTION FOR THE PEOPLE:
'• - Deposits "i^stimi of ONE DpLi^R^
EECEIYED^MD^OTTOTALJLOTO lioins made
■on Eea,l Estate. Negotiable paper discounted. -':.";
R. A. PATTERSON, President. L. Z. MORRIS, Ylot-Pratfdrat.
„ i . JAMES M. BALL, Cashier, ■ ,;
■ ' ;VRlchinbnd, Ya., NpyemberjliJ 902. a
' i have this day transferred the Insurance Business: heretdfa ••"conducted by ;
me, at 1 200 East Main Street, to Davenport &.Co.;General Ageht«of thetiyer
pool and London and Globe Insurance C6mpany,-at. ll l 3Ea»t Wain Street. .
I shall be henoeforth^associated with themVat the last named address, whera,
I shall be prepared/ better' than Vever.; before, to cerve^advahtageQusly,' the; ln-:
terest3 of all who have entrusted their, business In this line ito^me^fo^attentiOiJ.:
I beg to own my. appreciation of the patronage with which I have beenT*vored f
and to solioit further orders- T: ."; :■"■ ---{^ -robC!^-;LEE^TRAYI6r.; : ;:
This Office is maiepially strengthened by theiadditlon to itof.Mr.Traylp^
services and business. His patrbn* and our own may feel assured of a eontiimv
anoe of the punctual and faithful attention which has heretoforo beflfi tjtvfn to
their Interests. '^ "/. :/:"■-; ; " ' - *- \". '■ ;. .;.' '. ,„".' ' - /:.*;!■,'.',■■"
DAVENPORT & CO., GENERAL AGENTS, .
-LIVERTOL AND &NDON AN
*? -": TELEPHONES 51 AND 1724; 1113 EAST MAIN STREET. : }\ ].
who Is issuing ' an , appeal to all : textile- ln-f
diistries -in * th» • South to take "slmllax; ac
iion. v . v '::•;:. "■'"■•' :"' : -:i~; :-; ; :;-'{;:
NEW REVENUE AGENT;
Col. S. A. Tlirasher -Tabes -Chars?) ot ;
- His Office. ".• ■_■'■'
Colonel S. A~ : '-TiirasherV: .'of '. Lou^yllle,"
Ky:,' took charge' of the ■; 'c evenue '-- ayeurs
office - ; here yesterday - morning," succeed-,
ing -i Colonel : Ingram; ordered to LoulsviHe.
;■! Colonel- -Thrasfeer's -family ■: ls;- ? staying
temporarily ■■ at Murphy's hotel. : ;. As {soon.
as: possible, they- will < set vup ".their home
'■-= Colonel^;^Thrasher-' is' a ,tynica.l south^
erher ; older v than : ; Colonet . Ingram, ' , but
full* of t a" <iu?et ?.enbrgy.;2 He 'i-waaj in s his
office early yesterday? mo.X ing at .work,
with : hla- deputies > arpiin'i : birq v waiting ' to
receive *; orders. : It: Is ? believed- that stbe
same force that : served under, the former
agent here 3 will : be i retained.; ; ■ V, v
.-; ..V'''A"'Fare-ivell.;piiuicr. ,- ... '■ : ..-,/
~:;Mri 1 ?B.-'B.lGoodwin^ r .whL(> "ieft-Richmom?
last v nlg^t; to.{asaiinao;; his ;as
'asslsfcant^ Vsuperintendent^- of lithe C .& O.
at ■-; Hlntbhl W. \Va-:» ; 'was ' r , glyeii ; siu':.. Ja
fdrmal'dinner at Bucser's lastlnlgntiby.a
numberjof • hifJjfaUroadjfriend&VlS'lr; Goodf
friends^"ape ■ ■'; glad ; to ;;see s hbn" promoted,
iniastCirtvJvlchniond. "'"
Rlverdale Club To-XJ*lit.
Mr- Lancaster -Williams will entertain
a ': number of : xrorklngmen _at .-. Rlverdala
tornight. v •' •:; V ; -: ~H^ . ' \ : : - ■ i'-^Z^yi'^- 1 "■ ■
i '-The (wives r , and" aweettiearts of tne ■■ m«n
hav^ beenxinvited^:>The B!verdale"CluJ
meetS; a,tl giscthVand Canal 'streets.;- jiloes^.:
ita^wili*- be ■caterer^ '
Tl»e Sew Year's Docket. ; ",
Th« New-Year's -docket in Z tho i Poj^
Court .wits i sh,ort: and mnlnterefiJElngrriTts |
good v resQlutlons ; seem i to j pa.vs ? gone lin toj
effect^ven^befQreith^pday.^aad-TJuatlcej
Cn: tchnel'd ' A had ta "■ short ; session < o£ his
court^'■wlthiunprofitablei resulta.'. - .
- /*■"'• •*■ ■" - . .
John Tillery wasjglrcn|thhrtyid,ays:oii
the charge, of. vagrancy. -
Andrew Brooks was belo >ir.d-?r bond
: for i a^ vear^whil^ •; th^ dtteeUvea S iDv«stl-i
igatsitfieS.cb'arsei against: him. of robbins
! a' ; cpiintry^ '; of
■' Brady "Williams v?a* :1n«-d ?3-70 ou tho
■ etorge^ofibet.ng^dniok., ?s§§&
The case against Mam Larab. chaxged.
iwithsJorgery.iwafVcoiit^iufcil,|g§ account'
of ti« sickness ot L^.cnb. - :■ -■■■_: .
S^Sevcra' oth?r - tUjHoi* cssts tt^to tit?"^r
Tbf- Seaboard- Air Lift* will put on a !
for ' trust/ iunots, ; idle monej% or
systetraiic savings, be they ever.
so slhall, paying -interest 'irbm first
•day; and cornpotihding^^ i^seiiit-jaii--:
(tHi.W.fi)
Business and
Personal Acduiits
SOLICITED BY , ; :.
THE STATE BAM
OF VIRGINIA,
IMI EAST MAIN STREET,
Richmond. Va.
MONHiiOMI
J »nd njnnxii j loaned Ton ,Pliuio4:
and coosehold t ßTßltars, oo ti« fcaEME..
i tngmai loan i M*od*tto» pl*a, whlcJk
im»kß»|tli« icqst f macH jleu iUuiaTTm;;
fpayi eliisirtwie^ «o4? n]ltr*xaiii t»ip43Pi
; iV^yb^m«attl^jwm«rt«;sTnttßlflg;
1 1 rom \.: oa« \ \ ta '-* twelve awath* 'J- m*\
\ others* rates, thtn se« as.
Tidewater lean tnTrvtt Ct.,
Bu*t« 33nS-5, Xhbd H—r r ' '
Mercbiint*' K^tlonal Sans JaHdlßf .
1103 East Mala Streat
':■:■■■ a T«ie7 elevator.
First Nstionsi osnk;
UoHtd Stattt, Xtalt, %wi ; . ;
CAPITAL AID MWFITSO«I
h.di»uJn«l«. basks, i «a<t : Uak*n \ m«h3
: I'AjMy^g^^m
CeOwtka fiat tategnfki* ttvmOnm Iff
, mtt^am'JiMMi j Cr !■■■!■ Irt § UttiAM
ver ld. IflUn*t»o*l tW^o^ rfv^tSsS

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