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PVEHPIXG - CHARGES; ACAIXST
■aiD^E I; , C.IMPBELL, OF AMHEBST.
TEXT DFTHEv SPECIFICATION.
v[ if Accn«cr« declare That He Has
rrostltuted the Progress of HJ»
Courf—Holinc* . Conrad . In I© "•-■ Ap
■.. ■ * '• " ■■ , ■ ''--■■ '"'. - .••■ ■■■ ' '■"• ■'■"■
pear for the. Defendant. '
Char£TCs 2nd .jspcclflcaiions in the case
cf Judge Campbell .have been formulated
for. jM-gscjUAtiop _ie , iljc : . eee^iral assembly
ty the ..cornmlttee ..appointed for" the pur-
The charges ana. specifications are sui>
ciHt&d: in support of petitions heretofore
forwarded by thebars of Amherst, Lynch".
burg and: Kelson.-.. -,-.,-•• .;--•; -.-•:_ - ■;'■ ■_■ ";.-
TEXT OF; SPECIFICATIONS; -
Tiicynre as "follows: i 1i 1 ". ■
To the General Assembly, -of •-Virginia:
In supplement-, to-- the memorials here
tofore ■ presented; to the legislature: of
Virginia, praying an: investigation of the
racial conduct of C. J. Campbell, as
judge x>t. the., county court of - ; Amherst
county! Virginia, the;, following; charges
«nd spcclficailohs",of-."the- official : mlscon
cuet of^.ihs.-.sai^.-;Gampbell_-;are^rcspect
jully submitted to your honorable" body.
■ - .. .r-.^ijRST,"-*'- -:.?•:., V •■-;.
That the said C; J. Campbell conducted
his canvass for election to tne house of
celepates* for" i-he, "county. of~Ainherst in
the summer and fall of- 1£97. upon the
dc-eeitiu) assurancfe to- Judge William•Dil
lard, then judge of the said county for
eighteen years consecutively, and to the
friesds of Judge Dillaxd, that he. the said
Campbell, would, if elected,, favor 'the re-f
dc-ction of the said Dillard as ; judge;: of
the county, court of AmhersL . But; the
rcid Campbell, after his : election to the
tmfe'ff'-^f' delegates -as- aforesaid, under
took to have himself selected by the '.leg
islature as judge of '.Ttih' county court; of
Amherst In iho~ ronm -and' -stead of the
caid Dillard. And _finding himself foiled
Jr. the accomplishment of his purpose
sforesaid. he entered into a compact with
his counsin. Bently -B. Campbell, .by
rliich he, the said C. J. Campoell, as
3c legate from the _ county, of Amherst,
would nominate the said. Bently: B. Camp
bell to- the legislature for -the said judge;
ship (which, as is well known, would be
end was- equivalent to .election) provided.
that, at' the"expiration v of- the; first year
'Jl the service as such judge, the said
Bcroly, JB- Campbell would 'resign the
izld ju'i3g€Ehlpr*'wHh* r a'- : view' to* the -said 1
C. J. Cajnpbeirs securing the appointment
to said judgeship by the . Governor; .and
ell of this v/as accordingly so done, the
appointment -cf the said C.-?3\ Campbell
by "trie. Governor of Virginia have", been'
procured-- in "hot haste_ ard through"- mis-,
representations to the^ Governor*-'
- •__ second.;^: . „;>, M
That while thus occupying ■ tlio..: office
cf the judge-ship of county court of
AmhersL -rt-hat. is known as tlae ' Am
hersj. Courthouse rnagisteTial, ''district 'of
tald* county, adopted"^the.. "local' option"
law." ■ S'fld'-vCith'S'.lbe*. knowledge and con T
nivance of UieCsaM.'. C"3t .Campbell, the
Illicit- ! saip-'.'pf '-Itquor* was "conducted v In
the. said district, and tlie proprietors and
patrons of the' said illicit traffic became
the ardent political 'frieiids-and-support
ors or the said ."C." J./ Campbgir: in ; all
■elections -that might in' any wise affect
the 'said C/J. Campbell, and prominently
iv the canvass of the' summer and i.fall
of -ISS9, whcii R,.8. Wai's- was the can
didate bt-fo're tlie rjeiriocratj'c. primary
arr.wc-dlx - in favor of the" re-election of
fd\(rC. Jv. CamplK'll..as. judge...af- the,coun
ty court H~- Amnerst-'ic'ountj',' the /said
CarnpbelV'himsclf- tnlcin's^'the-most active
part in: the said can^ss,- making speech
es in his]ov/n behalf at every precinct in
the county. Thai the, .result .was, the
election of the said .Ware to "the house
of delegates of ■•Virginias- .and -the nomi
nation of- the -t:aid .C. ;J. jCampbell by the
s£it3 Ware.. and, of •eours'S.' tlie re-election
of said Campbell as judge of the county
court of Amherst. . '■ .:
•T.3iat the said C.-J.'" Campbell has been
atrelictljn 1 the discharge • of. his official
ciily as : 4u(3_ge of said court, .in failing to'
incuire into", and 3iav.e .investigated; violaf
tions of. ill e* local option law as adopted
in" the said: magisterial district of Am
herst Courthouse— In one instance esp'o
oiall\v}jis att-eution haying been called . to
tjje fact that certain, jurors' of the said
cc:ri "while in tlie jury room had sent
out arid purchased, liquor, in the-said Vil
lage" of Amherst Courthouse, wherein
said local option law applied and should
have been enforced.' * . ■ ;. .
Nevertheless,; though the man. who
bought the whiskey- and" furnished "it, to
the jury, testified in open, court "that : he,
bought it the street,", .the." said
Campbell did not ask him -where or" from
wliaiever to check :- the "open, notorious
arid flagrant violation ; of the law thus
apd in other, ways frequently brought' to'
iils attention, but. on the contrary,; the.
said Campbell, judge, as aforesaid, coh
rdved at- the said illicit sale of Jiquor'
vithin his jurisdiction and "was himself a
patron of the said illicit traific. - ; ,;
Tha; when the aforesaid \ violations;, of
the liquor law were reported'to the.grand
jury of the- cocnty the "said C." J.-Camp
hell, -as judge ol' said .-; county -court- "■ of
Arhherst, wrongfully instructed 'the- said
er<.:<3- jury that it Was not unlawful for
a .-tinisglst to. "medicated" whiskey.
and that ;he, the said..Cainpbell, issued; to
a in said district a retail liquor
license in direct land'open violation of the
law. Ap.d wh en a rerie waij of : the said
license, was applied for, though the grant
oi the- skid renewal was- most urgently
cor. tc-sted_and though it was -mode indis
putably clear io the said- Campbell, judge
«-s aforesaid, by the of- many
■^"itnc-tfics that the. applicant -had beeii
was then evading and breaking- the
l|.w, yet the said Campbell wrongfully re-
the said lir^rse.- .
"•' ■■- -.'...: ■ , THIRD.- . ..." • ', .
That through the.-*g3aring mfscoftduct;
c / si!s high office by the said C. J. Camp
b'cJl, jadg-t of the county- court ; of Ain
iers: county.- the condition had atta.ine<3i
to such Tjctoriety as very properly, to
elicit comratht by tlie public press, and
Or. C. H. Crawford, as editor .of "the
Christian ' Federation, 'having in his said
S^Pf r, . essayed .-.to - criticise the charge
S'Jven as' aforesaid .by ; .said;! Campbell,
jadge,*' to thelgrand; jury."the.said Camp
bell issuea a : rulefrdrh" his "said court, by,,
whidi c the, eald "Crawford ' was cited to
ap'pc ar "krid ans.wer : as "lor. - . an ■ alleged
contempt ot v court. That upon - the ap
peaj-arice of ;th e eaid Crawford • before th e
county ecu rl of Amhei-st in response to
said . rule. the : said C. J.; Campbell,; judge
of isaici- cour U came d owri^Trom ; the bench I
to/the bar of the court-room". -asked 'and:
obtalnea a^personai; introduction- to: the
Baid C"; H." .Crawford, shook hands 1 with'
him and £rotestc-d publicly '.'from the
behcii,lifcai 'heihad .. noc personal ■ . feelings 5
In the matter. Abut; ehnplyjregafdedHt 'to
be his duty to niaintainithe^ciignity of the 7
court; which he 'coneidered^ had been at
tacked t>y the criticism ■ of ] Vax said Craw
idris.. and the said ; Campbell J, etated -in ■
this . connection from ; the -.- bench that he
vould never resort" to smyfiort; off legal"
proceedings' to avenge J an insult; f that;
he would "seltle'Pif in the" old Virginia
way,"-" -■ ■ ■' ' ■■ ■■-■■■■■-..-. -:■■---.- ' * ■-- .■ -
•That. the. inatrer" having" been continued
i>y the said ; C. ■J. Cajnpbelli ',. of his own
motion to : tlie next
court of i'Amhcrst; ' to-wit,-- to -- the j June, i
IMS, '.. term ct : said -court" Uievsald ;CraW: ;.
1 6rd agaJii ..appeared i^and ■ {he , ijtuestlon •' of
contempt "w^b taken .^up.-, ■„<■.'.
But; uponi the trial:; the; «&MU.<£r J.\ Cainp
bejl, a^ln^?tbe?^sarhest^TOt*st : ;ofMb«j
the Cti&ih r Crass* ordj toYwljtlldrawJ orja}X).i o?j
Ci2.erto y 4iim^fof T the' "drliiclsiii'as puWlsticfl!
in "eaW-Crawford'a.-pAper. Thlis the said
Cra^orfif'^^^«^/tO'Tdpls^^4-^upon£<»i2i:
Ejatr.&tlp.n: of tte'.^nc»trori;oi?-ci«»t«mj>t *y
I fcf <u>d money U w^o notSSS^l **, S/Slf^ w » '<
*iil eontr»ct to em* I "^J JTSfF* 00 * 010 * »«»■» w»
c o m i a g . ■.^^^"Jmm***** or P«r exjwnM or
•nd / hotel B^^^^^P^^P^V^^l railroad
Uatce . no ■ miV B 1 fll ■ Mh WUf.'s &nd I
•re Oil to * — J3 W l*|»l Cb*W, 1C
joo tiTo tajc^a ■nW*mnl cure. 'M '
CUII .hare Mh?i "5Sd M M ZSIh l 2l 2? lu «I»t«»fc«Hl
•i: month, ((ore Thi^it W^m Kl2S Ml 55* >nt >*"««*«• ;
; SooondKiror Tertiary ¥ pI ' l!gl !g* y3r »'
Mlt oucfind cl^l^fcHJ K"?ii!Ss P ost •»«tin- x f
«inaot <mhxsT Thivs£?l^in ">«w«rfiJ for acaae iro
>"or tow ve«?£ <£££ Ikj %?} n •"* PhTricUn^
Bn&nintee! >ws&S* 1 ? ta Vii£? hlaa ' our ?
Temple. Chlcog* , Xlllnola.
ford: "eras' discharged byi.th'eVsald*CainV
oell^; And ; thereupon? the said: C. ? Jt : Gaithp~.
beliv-w;ent;r,out of ,lth<s coi^rt-roona.^aha,
standing : outside a{ the frontdoor Jot: the
court-house ■ building, he \wai£ed ? until ,th«
said- Crawford came : out, and the,'- ' th«
saidi. Campbell, "straightway proceeded sH
cowhide * the'; said ; Crawford wiui .:•; a. (cow;
hide*- which the said -Campbell^"had^taketi
into,;the court-room, with 1 him; kept tieai
at "hand on the; bench '-during the trial,
and brought out as^ he: came. . :■'-" V-. v. '
. ' ■ i FOURTH. ' ' ■ ' :
, That . when about to be .brought : to tria"
for. his said assault" upon; the? said Craw
ford.^ the .'. jsald -.Campbell itfilfully .arid
wrongfully /manipulate Hhe "•: proceedings
ofyhis own court in his own. behalf .-sum
moned and "packed" the. gfa«d* "jury; that
was 'to sit on his case, . and. was"tried*be
forei,a\ petit Jury tajcen. from ,-a.i list' ol
his own yelectio.il •"•ecently inta.de; up, by
him; as i ; was his : custom, naainlyj •• from
his -close .personal^ aiidrpolitJcaJ' follow
ers.. -That the said Campbell, cTtlth a viejv
to brining undue influencerto. bear • upon
the jury sitting: upon his cast.-, wilfully
aid .corruptly . packed the cburt-robra
with : is cliquer£,- : who • were •-'allowed;! by
the court to indulge unchecked' tnrough
out the Irlal in the 'most glaringly," "un
seemly and. tumultuous conduct, to the
end that the jury, might; thereby be ifi
duced to bring ;in. a. verdict • of , acqui tta]
of the said Campbell. >:'." ' : ' ' ,
. -_" FIFTH. r : I
T.Lat. through the columns of , the! Am.
h&rst New . Era, a /newspaper owTjed,
edited ?-and published.; by the said; Cairip
bell, ..In the % county ■.; of 7 Amherst, - he V has
arrayed his'political partisans- in his ? own
behalf and otherwise-used- the; said psiper
to 'uphold and' justify ithe ; : unlawful .'and
wrongful' acts of himself as -judge, ; and
has_ thereby brought his court into: con :
tempt..'
Aiso during his term ais judge he hao
commented ; improperly.^ iri the columns ' <>i
his said paper " upon Cases to , be ' fried ; in
his own court, to the prejudice of pai .leg
to the. said' cases. '■ .- '. . . ' -/
:; r - "•■"-'•;• "" .' SIXTH. ; : "\ ■'. .
/That he has prostituted the progress; oi
his.^courti. and His ■..-power,- privilege,—ln
fluence and - authority as- -jodgc^ toWih*
furtlierance of his; personal and • politica!
ends, 'and* especially to the ; attempted
punishment of those wno ' have .been ."ac
tive in • agitating . his : condemnation " for
his^* Assault upon Dr. . Crawford " ar.d im
properly sitting in cases' wherein :'hQ;ha.d
a. personal Interest •~ : '--;v i v -- : - —
•' v r. : r <■ '"-;SE3VBNTH. L ' :'••: " ; .'. /
That- the said Campbell has. shov.m
himself. : ' in •. temperament training - aijd
conduct unfit for "the office of judge; ; Thjil
his: court - has therefore forfeited' and
lost tie -re.spect and . confidence of - : £hb
public, and.- that < he 1 administration pot
justice in the county- co_urt_pf fAmh^rsl
has "thereby been brought \'va.der” sus
piclon and contamjSt. ;•" • ' :
";'"- TO REPRESENT CAMPBELL.
* 'Holmes "Conrad, of Winchester. " will
represent. Judge" Clarence >J: 'Campbell.- oi
Amherst, when the "charges against- him
are taJjen up by the committee ; for 'courts
of justice," said a. close -friend of. Judge
Campbell yesterday. ■'_ - s ";.- "
The information". is;correct, and. the se
cret \as to - who. would..' repyesejot- Judge
Canipbellj .which, has i..,.<. ; been • .-carefully
guarded,-' is out. "Judge Campbefll has'se
cured-one of the [inosi skilled la.wyers, in
the; State to represent him. ' ".\ .;
The prosecution; will be represented by
Aubrey E. Strode and. Loving and Brot*n.
< Judge Caanpbell has" sent.^ini-.a, ■ listVoi
eighty-two " ■witnesses*.' ' whom he desires
summoned, but the -decision > of the" com
mittee to . restrict to those who are - ac
quainted with .the facts directly in vblved
will, doubtless, upset the plans' of the
defence and' the prosecution.' ".'.■".-;->-...^
: "Here is a list of witnesses received to
day, "said Chairman VSoiitSiall, of ,|the
committee charged witl/investigatingl the
Campbell matter. This is in addition 'to
the fifti'-one which Jttdge Ciampbell Had
pre\ioufciy .requested to be .sumh^oned.
Print [It. for this committee '•' will. 'ha^Cv no
secrets.''"' ' . " ' . ""- ■■'' ; ;
■ The list is as follows: . ' '„
'■ c. J. Kii-kpatrick, Amherst" Courthouse,
Va-- 0 X-- - 0 '-:■■' '-'--■ -'- c'r- :-'
; B.• D. "^ Pendleton, Amherst Courthouse,
-Va- :"'.: "'. ■ ' ■-'■ ■: : . ' - '■ '■-■■ ■-'• . " ; '
I B. Coffee, Amherst •• Courthouse,
Va, ' ..-. . . ■'■■ '-- ■■ .-..■.... ■"■*-, :,'■ ] '"..,.. .: '.
'■ Hugh •'.'.€': Coffee, Amherst Courthouse,
; R. W/ Coffee, ' Amherst Courthouse,
■Va.- - \ - -' ./' ■. " ' :- ;
; ;R. : E. Wingfield, Amherst Courthouse,
Va; : " ' ' - ■ 1^ *" . - ■ "' -v * -
James A. "Story, Amlierst Courthouse,
■Va. ■- ' :- ; - ■ '" ■■ - " ; - : .-"■'. "
W.-.W., Alcock, Amherst ; Courthouse,
Va. " ■■' ■ . ■:■■■ ■' ;-" . ■ -•• '■''- •' -
R. :VT~i, : Alcock, Claiboi-ne, Amherst
county, Va, . ... r - -■-■•
; J. H. Slaughter, Rose's Mill . Amherst
C °A"" W. Boxley, New Glasgow Depot,"
Amherst county, Va. ' " -; "■ " - ',
P. A- Bunch. .New Glasgow Depot,
Amherst county..- Va. ' .. I 3 "'J :. : - r J' v
B. P. Hamilton, Sandidges, .Amherst
county; "Va?" -■■-—• — • -■■ ■ . - —•;-...-,.
- Reed Crawford, . Sandidges, Amherst
county, Va. ..:;.:..„.. , . :.
H. Dove Laj-ne, Prior. Amherst county.
John D. Phillips. Jr., Prior. Amherst
C ?J?J.” Watts;. Pleasant View; . Amherst
county. Va. ■ . . • - . . •- .
Heno" Carter. Forks of Buffalo,. Am
herst 5 Couthouse, -Va.
■Walter .Crist. Oronoco, Amherfit.Court
hbui-CVa.^. ' V . ' " " 2"' '1 '« '""-i" X
George W. Foster, Pera, Amherst Court
house. Va. . . - -
Pi H. Hartless, Allwood. Amherst
Courthouse. Va. . ;\ " ,/V .■".-. .;■"_•■ '• j^'-'. :
W. -R." Parr. Allwood, Amherst 'Court
house.'' Va.: ." v ■ ■
Lewis Hamilton, Way,:- Amherst Court
hC G\}s'. J. Burtord, Naola, Amherst Court
hoiSse.-Va. , .".'-•-,,.;. „'.;■■■ -,• '.>'-..,-,■■ .^■^•^•V-
Ed. .M. Wright. Jamfcs River, Amherst
Courthouse. Va. ' , :; v. : ;.."" '^c^. >"';;;,;" ';;;,; ' : i
James BU Cunningham, .Pedlar Mills.
Ainherst : Courthouses Va.; •-• .
" M." Bl Kyle. : Snowden, , Amherat . county,-
Frank .Powell, .Idem^AmherstycpunJ^;^
Va,'- """ ■■■ ' - - "■ - ■■■ ; -' : '■■ '■ ■ ■'
•W; : E. " Powell. ;Elon. Amherst
R. W. Massie. Lynchburg. Va. '
C. S. Dodd, : Lyftchburg. J Va. ./ : ';
•an addition to ; the>above;arid;thei ones
you have" already ;: summoned.''^^.writ|s
JudgQ ; Campbell; ..::r- may :from^tlme;rto
time furnlF b you -with other lifts of .wit
nesses to be summoned 'in my,.behalf.
;•.''.""■ PAT ■ ! pF : :WiTNESSES.'-;: y: ■; ,^^-rf
;feome mJsapprehenslop: ! rests ;as'-tolthe
matter " of pay. ; t»f witnesses ;who ,will
Ufyfeinithe^legislativel; Inquiry;; into
charg-es brought; against Judge Clarencß
J.^Campbell. '
: One of ' the members ] of .; the] committee
explained that the original; ten.;;wit
nesses for the ■: prosecution will bo ■■ paid
forTespensesYencurred. etc.. and that ten
witnesses S f or- ; the Vdef «ice.^jvlll f also Sbe
allowed ' compehsatiori \ by], the* State.' '■', If jit
should?l>el'dest«a!ljy;^S^erJsid^
■a^aiU6r^rtpitnes^,^'thto|«XPen»»*ravst';l>e'
b'orhe by the "prosecution and" defence, ro
i'-jj^vertheless, if th« inqu«ryJsl^i]d|jae^
vislop^a'*" state _of ; affairs ireQui ring: the st
, tenrtanc* . of ; moreV wi to^seo thag^ft
r o^halftieh^X*a^J^»i«'Manl^jStM?>
TM^ BI(^^
iiilOOD MUSIC
; .;,
HANDMAID OP RELIGIOUS % FAITH;!
PRAYERS ALWAYS INTONED.
Possession .of a. Good Voice Wai
Ever a. Passport to>Honor When
; ; ■ United> to . j. Zeal- .; a i|.d Kno vrlc dse—
; Conditions in.Ainerlca.. i , ■
':•-'•■"■ ■'■■■■ ' ~ *-. ' '■
One of ; the 'roost ;? interesting addr^ses
on music eyer heard in' this city, "was de-
Slivered at 'Beth /Aiiabai/ synagogue^ last
[night by \ Rev. ; Dr. E. NJ- Calisch.- ; : " ■;; 4
The serm on v-Vas"^ ''particularly appro-.
■ priate to the ;■ ogca slop" in . that it drew ; at-
to Vtlie^new- -'cholr.i which 'has . Just
;beeii: installed'- in this place •of ■ worship.
;Hithert6: the ; loft has' been; occupied by
;aVy^ry; able. ..quartette. -It is still-- led
by^ f our ~ weii-khawri'// singers,'; " but they,
are .now supported, by; a; large and very
: efficient chorus. At ; the present ■ time : : the
"choir'is "composed; of 'the ;following: .
;■ Quartette^Miss ; Mary Ashley^ Beii, so
prano; Missi ;MabeY ; Meßain, \". : contralto;
;Mr:/R. : M- Hunter, .basso; Mr- Moses May,
ijtenor. . / i
• [y_ Chorus—Sopranos, '■.Misses Estelle >Whit^
lock; Essie": Carbn, "' Kate ' Biriswarig<er, ".■ S.
■ Bottigeimer, Mrs. M. ' H; ? Asher, -Mrs. 21;.
E^'jMarcuse, -Mrs.; Louis Straus, ]j£rs.
Charles Straus, -•,•■.„- - • -
i "A1t05... . Miss : -Blanche . Kaufman, .!Mrs..
■■Ledii. WallersteinV, Mrs.^Sig.; Hutzler,
'Tenor,' Mr. Aaron Jacobs.- - :
-. Basso, Mr., H. ■ Schwarzschild. . ■".
Dr. Galisch -spoke: at. some length on
;the value of good^music. He traced /the
history of the art through the . church arid
spoke of it as ''the handmaid of religious
■faith*.". The' possession '"of a good" voice
he 'said was always f a i passport- to, honor
when unued with ';;'zeal and", knowledge, :
and ';he gave ; an admirable description of
the ; conditions existing in America to
day.. -• - . " ' ■■■; ' ..;
IXTERGRAL PORTION OF SERVICE.
Rabbi Calisch said in part: :■' ■■-•
It is a fact : : ■; familiar to every Bible
reader that from the earliest days music'
has'; been an": integral portion of every.
public service. The readiest outlet- of
emotion is . sound,, whether it be the -note
of jOj*,. the cry of anger, the wail of dis
appointment -■■ or . the ululation v of . ; sorrow.
And when .sound, is carefully modulated;
jntbmelody it is . not, only, tlae fruit, it.; is
as-well-rtlie- cause=-o'f~"einoUon. • A' tender
song-j^jll , ; fij] the. the breatt with : nam eless
Ipnging'and with,sadrie|g^-a .ioyous'tilt will
send the ; blood fly in g- arid the f ee)t tapping
in • Answer -to ; -theJ awakened I'etfergy ' of.: the
I'ieaft. ThereV no passion -in the" human
soul but finds 'its ; food In rriusjc.; • :'
-. The master passion of the ■ human : soul
is. religious ;faith, and music ..has. ever
'been- her , handmaid; in all countries arid
■among" all' menl In t'thei -Bible =TW6.." find;
many. kinds of musical ■instruments men-;
tioned.A -Harps/, flutes;.-" corrietsj- lyres,
trumpets/; horns,;and others, both stringed ,
s and wind, of which [ we have no -. modern .
counterparts. :.?.W:e;-: findr many' tieauUftil
songs --in^Ythe- Biblfr -which point to .the
proud place which muslc< held. Miriam
and her maidens_sarig'^a^peari of triumph
•at the. passage of '"the"" Red : Sea and the
; overthrow; of , the Pharaohic hosts. Moses
alsc» voiced his gratitude in melody.'Like
wise the -part; of vithe great ; leader
with, his people' was: given as Va 'song.'
: David'.Jamented ..ttioideatli. of " Saul arid ;
Jonathan Jn "aifiribet teiider song/ and . the/
-Psalms-arfeflj'Ti'c's 'of •the highest ■ order."
; The musical 'of. the^sen'icc dur-;
•ing , the :■ halcyon days ■■ when , , the" temple .
Istpod .in. itA glory ;was. brought : tot a high "
idegree.of pexfectionl were" chDrais_
and ; cooruses \ and . ; aritiphonal . responses;"
Both.-; vocal "' and Instrumental perform-;
' ances | were highly perfected: But with the
downfall of^Hie^ temple the instrumental.
: portion was >at once" destroyed. The rea-;
.son'- for; this web at first purely, physical;
later on it was a rabbinical prohibition.
Immediately* after the destruction of the-
i I temple there /were no * services; there was •
nothing left of tlie ; Jewish nadon, -and;
; of ' the . Jewish' ,. religion ; only the' indoriii
'tablc;_sparkJ4p_the. t breaEt of the captives
.chained in Roman" dungeons, "of the fugi
! tiyes--;Jilding :in; nioviritairi ' clefts and • caves,
■e'scepting the :, little ; ; school of ; Jammia,;
ifounded by^ Rabbi Jocharian ben Zakkai,/
! several centuries had rolled by. and
;a; breathing space from Roman tyranny
was .afforded ■ th em, 'the Jews began- 'fto
;renew their interrupted worship.- But the
•Talmudic. teachers of the fifth and sixth
centuries, declared that absolutely rib la
bor should;be : performed on ; thel Sabbath.
•andVas .the use of instruments entailed
labor, they vitere barred. Thu]s,. excepting
:the ! -^hofar, Jused 'on; the -New Tear (but"
;not; when ithe' ; : !Neyf- ; 'Tear "falls on a' Sab
|b"ath);';_atid;^t%tlie'. ,clb"se ' of Atonement-,
pay.-Viristfu.nierit'al/ymusic had , for. many!
;centur|es'been ari:.uriknbwn thing. in Jew
'ish'worship.' With the beginning: of the
last century a movement was inaugurated ;
to : reintrbduce' it. .We of this : generation *
know how bitter has been the. strife, .and!
the strength -of .the opposition." The "'first
victory /was scored in Vienna- in . 1829. . In
this country the movement was begun in '■■
iCharleston, S. C.,~in_ ISS2. Since then" it
ihas : gained headway ""arid 'there is nb'^re-,
'formed: sYnagogue in^ the iand ; that "does
I riot ; have an organ; _and on occasions other
musical 'instruments,', to. "enhance the beau
ty of the service, . . . :•: ;
■ v.-..; history of; vocal. ; music; y : y-.r ;
'.The; .history of : ..vocal;music is' different.
Tlio iheloaious \ voice .has never been . dis- ■
placed ;in ; thelsynagogiie.^ The sentiment '■
of -Moses in his song,: "This is my God arid
I'will Worship • Hini in ■ a beautiful man- j
ner.'" has ever obtained! The prayers "of j
the synagogue in "former, days were;riever
read.' They were always ~ intoned. ; Even ;
the'-readirigvpf /the 1 . Bible; had. its , certain i
refrain; indicated in many texts byjdia- I
critical;. marks.. Certain^portioris ;of-:the I
Titxi'aJ^ espepkJly, iofjhQly , days, had "their/ 1
own specific melodies, /which became iden- "
tified iwi till; them. /.Some ;/pf r them /remain 'J
vritli us to-day,- arid. are so integral a part i
of. the service that ; th^y are indispensable. ; |
wiio .would^eyer; think of 'Atorierirerit-Eve j
without .the" Kbl Nidre'ssoul-awakeiiing;
sounds? Or of the ; afternoon i without •■ El '
Norah ? :: Or,, Chajiriukah without its; festal;
song? Or of the' ; Seder service./ without jits'
joyous:melbdies? - ,_ . - ... j
.The /thfeeVsxeat.'-branches 'of the/ house |
of 7 ; lsraeK d«sw| apart ; in -this "'direction /as j
in f others; " and ; t the? Pbrtugufese; :^ii'e\ Ger*'; j
nian ■ and . the ' Russo^Polish"^liturgies jar e
distirictiveiy" urilike.- . thbugh. in the ;; mairi- 1
they'ctiahted ' the sam<i prayers and /voiced
the-lsam^ 4eritiirients.'. : ;
? The : poEsessSori ;bf a.good f voice and of
niusioalifability- was^. ever/. a:;: passport -to !
honor,;; when united ; to zeal and ; knowledge.' i
Thus" ;."the"jofflce]of ichaian.Tc^ntbrV prJpre^H
centen' ; was'i one r<pf ihfghTdJstinctiori.; Eml- 1
rie^^aritors^i^ll^sfj^m'placeytojpia^^ !
and otheir/i' presence was-/ always an oc- j
elision" for -enthusiasm.: "-■: .- • !
-/.-But .iti^6rns|^idXi"fW-ili;spe?i!Jvnow;of j
coindi'tions^er^^.iJi^'America)^ that I the '; re- |
intrbdi^ti-Qn^ofAiniUT^erital ; music'; had fat!
disastrous :" effect;'^ upon:; ; the/;: vocalic With; ',]
thi /. advent^f * the"; organ vtherefcametari/ i
increasing dejrigjid ;for tmorehighls;,t morehighls ; , trained] I
musicians,*~andU^iJyn^ogullDe^^
outside ,of /i^own^tvallsjin ;order; to : satis-^; / i
f y- : it : ;^ThpiVCT!!^AVeTPfi£f9^>9^."p'%?»^ P.t°"i I
f essibn^ai.Mribn- Jewish^choirs. * t 'and -/with '\ it j
there .was -a. i cor responding ■■j'.'dimlnutionjpf j i
cbngre^OonaifpaTticipatiori. . .till I it seems] |
the ■ very : s^u V of^iniislc 'jlias 1 fled rt_h^s>;na||;
gbgtie and .^e ' iiar|ilof_]Da?ld \ hangs slletit,v I
nbtUjnlth^wJilo'^slpf^th^iiri vef s; of .Baby- ; j
lonri blitfciftftheTthoiiQyj branches ' ; of;,indif--,|
fer*nce.- It is a lamentable. fact that to
day in in any. 'Jewish houses -of worship
pal&ip^f^sipj^^
tridodies.' and";tt«-congregatio/ri *its
leßces^-tj-t&pe^uixra^Wv*^w.n^^
pti»ey^m^?«^W^.^9i'iffff!^ -'' ar $ :
;lpaj^"to revive congrftgationaLr.ta^g-^1
Botii Ahkb&lk*M mad* riotabl* Headway la
Large Pores
j Positively Curad at Your Home.
.■|>l completely reawve every spot and blenish
I^JHI^I fromj the ? lace or body, 1 rendering
k/«^m.>: the.skin.efwr; smootb_and healthy^
kt» VB Consnltation f ree.li Write for Boofc
(Z^W&ffJOHNl H^WOODBURV/DJ!!^
)^> X^ aGTyertga«eujyewir>>ri^
■ and ;.f.o-night we have; gone ; a stop' farther,
:by'\addlngr^^elveX^blcea7from;-'ambnsToOT
own : to our regular choir. It 13 to? be
jhoped ; ; that vit ; is )hiit \ aTcontirftied I'stepl Iff
.the i^direction'l that ./will ; restore the" musical
prestige of the ; synagogue ; and bring back
to us our bwn.^:lt is not for lack of talent
; |hat^Oie?la^"'of;co'ng?egaUbnalimu^
.come ; upon rus/;r us/; for.; the '-JTewish ; people 'has'
; always .been Ja^ musical: '. orieVS Weij"have
gly en 'A to the world : sbme 'I of Its ' mb^Ure^
nowned artists and ; composers, (and names
that stand among tie highest in this most
lovable • art"'-: a.re ""': of . ; those ' through : whose
velns'nbws'ihe'.blocd of Judah.
.The speaker ■ closed with la • glowing ; tri
bute) to , : the lvalue -. and uplifting ; Influence ;
of;; good I music.-' . " ■]■ *~ --
mm THE GRAY
COXFEBERATE ; VETERANS v PAT
HOXOR TO THEIR DEAD COMRADES
.'-;.-■■-.-: ■".-."" ;■■■■;.•.■;, • !;•-.' .... ■ - ■ ■.....-.. ■--•-.
"It is the nature of our association that,"
.unlike .others, " we cannot ' : fill ; our-; ranks
■; with young- men and . new, blood, but ' must
leave _, the • gaps unfilled," said'j.Commander
James \ Powers Smith," in" concluding % his
introductory , address ; at the R. E. Lee
Camp/No. . 1, memorial exercises last
night. ■'. ; •' ,-.--_,
Sl"We are" painfully surprised that fifteen
of « our comrades should .have dropped ' but
durihg::the.T>ast year. But it emphasizes
the fact that we are rapidly passing away
and if I had a "scroll which cbuld.be kept
before your: eyes always I 'would ; inscribe
on it ; the Swords. "Be ye" ready.'; like- them. ■
••"But we need no scroll to' remind us
of the law ; of . nature. We have but !to
look on this : portrait," :- said 5 the : speaker',
pointing to the portrait of; Robert. E. Lee
behind him; "of the grandest man -ymr
and I! have ever known, .the most splendid
hero that was ever vouchsafed ; any - pec-"
pie. , The most. magnificent type of Chris-.
tio'n soldier and gentleman, "strong, round-:
ed and complete. - And -the portrait •of
•'Jackson there, and others of this 'noble
gallery. Be ye, 'like them, ready, for it
is as if we were starting on a railroad
journey. We must go when the : train ;
-comes in, and will not have time'to-go"
back home and prepare for trip. . "Com-;
niander ■ Smith asked the Camp "and . all
present -to stand while Adjutant J.v.Tay-.
lor; Stratton read the : list' of last 'year's'
'dead.;' 1 ;' ' : .-• ' -, ; ■ • ■■ ■ , _-.
: Adjutant; Taylor read the list,- j as" "fol-J
-lows:; . . .'.'..' ■ ; .-.'Xa . . - ,*-.•". ■'*' ~"
. 'Charles P. Bigger, .CH. Flourhoy,
E. M. Crump.P. Afßadford, ■•..■•. '
John L. de Treville, : Frank J> Reiley, -
; JamesT; Ferfiter, Phil.; T. Suttoh,' ; ; .
W. J. Glenn, James T. ■-. Vaughan, '.-■ v . ■
■: R. S. Brock, Sr.^ David N. Walker,;-
. R, B:-"Ch^flin, ; TV. •■ P. . Ellysbn, .
:M6ritgomery.^est.;; . .-■■ _.; '
Commander .:, Smith , invited any 'one
present, who desired to do -so, to speak
of their -.dead comrades. . . ... .. ■" :jij ■■
. Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson arose and?spoke;
! ;.feelingly of- one -whose face her riow^ai^
■ways missed when he came into this
Jhall— the warm-hearted, genefour
!?James;;T,''Ferriter,;to.whom he "paid a fine
litributeV". ' ■ , . ' ■•■■'" ■•-"." ' '- v~i
:'. Mr. Gervas Storrs. followed in warm trl
[.bute to 1 James T. Ferriter, P. A. Radford,
and-.CharJes T.- Bigger. . ■ :
A PERSONAL. GRTEF.
Col onel -•John ; Mu r phy 'spoke .'. a t length
and with : much feeling of ihis^ bosom
J friend, James T. Ferriter. "To'him," . the
•speaker • said, .'.'is credited in great mea-
i «sure- our beautiful 'Soldiers* " Home^- .; He;
.-was"', kind, tender, ;." and "gentle ? .in^"camp;".
'he was as brave as the bravest hi-bat
tle, and at Gettysburg; vwhile serving; in
hPegram's "renowned battalion, he 'lost hi£,
,ieg. ',.-'. j'-L :.,.;. '";.■:-".' ..,y. : T. •'.:.-:. :£%
"But Commander, you and I- know, anflt
I eyei'y member of this cami> knows whata;
great -flght 'it •- was' after -the war v wasi
Lover; to provide something to m\t ft|it our
.loved. ones,' and where it was hard for'us
I) to provide for them how much harder., it
I'must have been, for our friend, James"
;T. Ferriter r: to provide for an ;-; lnvalid]
mother, -two young brothers and aiSisfef.l
It 'has been a scuffle .with him for th£-last:
. thirty-seven > years, and he has." had^a
great deal of sickness, and a great; deal.
[of other expenses. on him. 'My friend anp
'; comrade fi was '.honored by his election to
; tne City'Councii for moi-e than ten years,"
■ and he was .elected -an -alderman .twice
; without •.opposition. He was honest, true,"
;anu faithful his adopted State, to his
"country, and to his God. -• ■ j
i "At 'his death' he left me his sole execu- I
• tor. Every dollar of his. life insurance is j
•left to .pay "his .debts. It will leave a.:
'■. small pittance for nis ; wife to - live ' ionV
'■ Very few of. us will .-leave: a record^as'
irioble and 'jiist to all his obligations -as
; our late": friend and comrade, James : T.:
'-..... -
. Rev. J. William .Jones paid eloquent
- tributes ■. to the memory of Comrades -E.
,M. ;', Crump, ] and David :~ N. Walker. : . : He
;thon spoke of the havoc ; d lathi: had made
in the ranks of. Confederates .everywhere/
;Of the "•■ five -full;; generals" of the , Confe'd
■ eracy, ' all : h"ad ' gone. ... Only four of the
■*ileuteriant-generals remain. Tlie"i-;major-'
/generals'jhave.; nearly; ail ■ passed "away':"
Scaroely; r a, day passes that the i.news;:
papers : do hot chronicle the deatttt'of-'a"
I Confederate ;,veteran. : '. >';'".- ■■-?.*- ; ''
-When at Dallas, Tex.; at r fhe last.^re-r
union, he had grasped; the hand' of Major
h General Moorman, little did .he think- that
1 noble v soldier ' would ' : be suddenly . ballet'
I away ..while dictating a letter to a com
rade.:/'Xo;one loves the Confederate vet
■x-raii; better.; tliaii ;I d 0,".; said the speaker
! "and in .coming back to Richmond -'after;
|;an absence of; two -years, my .untfavelled :
I heart'^turns to'; nothing^more^fondly,.. than
\ ; the grand ■ statue} of th-e Confederate'pri-'
I • vate\that^guards her.'gates.";: : ; :■;'■ ;^rti
j "Adjutant . : ;J.} Taylor Stratton ; paidt a trK
bxite i- to ■'■ Comrade u Su ttoii? who '^..was^ as
.humble 5 and" quiet; in J his: demeanor as'tie
Lwas '.brave; and.^efflcieht'. in battle.' : Adju
tant-,Scrattcn. also. ; paid . a .warm tribute
to P. A- -Radford; and James T. ; Ferfiter. '
[■;.-■-; Mr.;. James ■ C. ' Dickersair concluded xni'
|!. tr^^ c ?'- wl !th eloquent references to 'Com-.
rades;: 'James" T. . Vaughan - ; and'" R <? >" B x
Chaffin. - - - — '■".:.'
-At i the. request ; of Commander. -Smith
the .. adjutant then V read 'a * memorial vto
Ma jor-General George P." Moorinaa, which 5
was referred; to r a A : special - ' coxnmittee;
ccmpose'd'bf V: : Comrades : "J6hes ,> Ellysbh, 7 > :
an 3 Stratton^^t6;repbrt i bii.i; ; ; "«-■-." ;■-.*''<
;;; ■; JGENBRAU; WADE : - HAMPTON?^SSi ;
; *At .the ". meeting, j held i previous"
' tbj the fmemoriaJ i; exercises, the
communication to , the and Cmem
hers c ot - the .; "camp, from ; Charleston,' ; S.'.
C.r "was -read: . ■
rVGentlemen,— The^'.' Washington i" Light^
resent^; three ; companies , ; ■in ;, Confederate
• service;"! Company ;-AV; '-. Haiapton^ Legioriv'
ahdy Companies -A^and ;"B, ?' Twentyr»-*th"
; South"iCarolinatyolunteersvbegsthat^
hwin*" accept , thl3 - frames " engrav- I
j ing of General Wade Hampton; -South
[^Carolina's ; rribsti distinguished^sbnXcvvHbli
i;^^ngghis;l|fe,;;W3s-lieuten^nt^enemliofi
j Z tiie ; army,*; Governor; of,' Sou tH"
jjCarollnaJiand/United States ";Seriatbr.^irbint
1 South > Carolina. '.'-■■
': "Our ex-commander, Major A. W. Mar-
Vshall^l has s^askedv his ? friend, l^ Colonel ; \V. '
W./^*inney, of your camp i^ r*^ke the
hpre6entation? in* our.behaif . "??tiiß
■ , ; .._; jl ne ■ package .-• lias ; oeen sent by t express,^
. . „. v' • vJiiiOKCTB Jn, • iv. . ; . SIGWAJjD. -
■;, "FRANK : E. ; , : ;ROBiNSONV/-?^gj
"She comnmnicaiticin' wis Tt furred itSlffiwit
Ths tisi'll' wss v/eii fUtsc! with 'sidscg snrt.
itlHlH®
'-'•*' - M& **^ * j|*i^^ y? ''v* FCj^^it^ BOff It i y^^t tm 9?i ?■** ■■ ■ ■' ■■
STOGK^WASiLITTLE DAMA6EDI
Failure of ; Fire OefMtrtaaeat -to
. - Reaclt tie - BtT»ctnrc. •««»•,!<•
.- ■ .-■ "■■■■ ■..■■■■■. .■ ■ ' .■•,.-„■■•■•■■■■■■■■■■■■, ■■■-'.- C T- "^ .'*■■*■ -- -■ -■*- ■"' ■ ■ ■
~ ; [ View of tlie Oluiiraeteir ©£ StorM.
lV The i fire :at the Eichmbnd ; Chem'cal
■Works, a/ branch :iof^the :Virginia-Caro
vlina^ Chemical /Oampanyi'which^jbroke^out
;at'an earlyl hour 1 yesterday^; morning;; and
resulted ;'" In : tha ■ total fof g the
-building; Is notl ass ;seriou^a3r]&M-lai ithe^
■ loss' is cbheerned, ; as was at '■■ first' thought;
[Eighty^ per cent:: of .the "stock in^the^buildr:
;ing " wai a "potash salts .and : 'acid : pb.bs-.
phate, neither To£ . which j were damaged ; by ;
\ the ' flames,' . and s yesterday, i^fewV hours _ ;
after ; the fire ■'wa^i discovered' aid while
the . ruins of . ; the .building were ;; yet- -.• a".
■'gloTrtnif;ma^'>bf-:.Tedihpt\c<«^v|cOT^ic-'.
.tors were "upon the scene and prepara
: tibns were ' being mads tb \ erect a tempo
rary building;: over : the ; huge y piles .of^ raw
:niaterlai to protect-ttiem-from;liie.weath
er. ■. ." '- : I.!.* ,:'..'':'. ~-
The failure of the engiriesto getto'the:
fire' on •■ account --of :, being the:
■ mud, i.which at \ the L time'.was j.'cbhEldered ;
such - a , calami ty,i and 1-the* news ' of r which .
"was "re cei ved with f c qnsterhatibn "by " those
I present, proved : to ;be the most . fiortunate
thing that - could have ' tiappened; 1 "' The
I "stock stored in the buUdingV was - not
I made volatile ,by; the heat, : l but it; was
soluble in; waters and had 'ths. eßgines :
arrived and attempted to save; the L.build- ■
ing: !■-. by. smothering • it ;, with . water :. the
stock" would '. have : been ruin kd-- and At * was
of -niuch: greater value than ,the building;
which .". was > nothing more than .a' shed
like structure of ehormbiis : iiie. — ' . ;
EQIJIPMENT WAS ipBSTROTEt). ■ i
; The building and Its •; equipment ; were^
both totally ; destroyed; and i where stood
the great ; works is now a blackened mass
of" ruins, which amount 'is r distributed :;
; among , : many companies throughout the j
country./ The^ insurance ; oh the stock /was j
S184.000;; which will more than ..cover .the j
entire loss. The yirginiaiCarolina : Chertji
ical I Company has one -of ■ the ; most per-;
feet .'systems :.6f -insurance "tiiat -ican be
:secure.l.: Mr. -Wltherspobn:: is at.- thQ;liead I
•of-. th o. insurance, departmen t^ -with . clerks . j
.un'der.^h'im^- r ''ahdT'eyery^"kir"bf";£Mtfir^* i j
•; which'; goes . into any . of.;^the 'jftorks '• is [x& I
;ported _ to' this department and'ls i 'injured
at bne'e; and when -it ' is turned _ but" the ]
insurance is lifted and the amoui>| ae-.i!
ducted. In this; way a circle ; Is formed ]
and every dollar's worth ; of stock belbngr- I
ing ■to the 'is insured against
loss. Up. to the present date" it- has been I
impossible 1 to estinlate" the exact amount ■]
of the loss, as Mr: C. E.;Borden, !J ih*ahager
of that /department,, has been busy 'Took- i
ing, to the safety of the stock which 're- I
. mains,' '-and'" -has made- hbr.-: calculation, j
.■Besides", the AloSfe' s of ~ th£ '- C&emidal i Cbm.i- j
pany - -several -boit - ears - belttngiogrr-.to the |
'Atlantic-Coast Line raih-oad 'Were? de- j
stroyedr'As ' soori'as" the"; fire" broke 'an
engine was run down' and; ;succeed"earin I
pulling out sex-efal cars loaded before the j
:heat- became intense. .•-■""''"■■. ! . j
SOMETHING DOING V.,
IN BASEBALLDOM.
■Apjalgaiiintlon _ - of _'TTirov i ro : J '"Bl^' ; I«e«jriieii
.. :, Discussed— Possible Twelve-*
Club ; Leagrue— Peace s^Pact
. Lrifcely To-Dayl , . „
; CINCINNATI; 0.. ; January 9.-The tw&
committees representing the : N2tUpnai and
American Base-Ball leagues, h.eid a. con
ference.; to-day, \ Tchich lasted -;unlil - 10
o'clock -toj'night.r • '-..-. \:\: .^ ■._"• ';' >■ " :
! -Chairman: Hermann^,. havfc£= been.^lesig
;hated "by the conference to give out. .the"
news.' said -to- the --waitins eorrespondeilts
that they- s'pe-nt". the :eveninff. l as.they-n3d
the afternoon, in genera! i discussion; but
tliat they seemed to be : getting: together,
so that something might -be done to
morrovr. * ■ -
Chairman , Hermann . admitted that
amalgamation "had- been .freely aiscussed,
with specific plans for a twelve-club
league; and ; other changes.- v; He stated
that . they , haa given ' special : attention-^ tc
contract- jumpers; ana , that -there -cvlll ;no
doubt be something doiie !in i that 'matter.
It was •conceded by all- that\th"eicbnfe>
ehco*would-complete:its work-<to--mor-row,
and ■ thi s was generally . interpreted ?to -^n^
dlcate-" that': the ■••■ cbnferrees •'. were r ? really
getting : tbgetner^ on ■ the principal terms
that would enter into a peace agreement.
COMPLETETHE DRAFT
(CONTINUED "FROM-FIRST PAGEJ.^
mfsslda to purchase - 1 ii 6 mecessarS* bD'oits,
stationery, 'arid supplieis.; ',■£"(". -•--: ir."? v<
I -Section 52>regulrts v : the commission to
; make reports: of its procedural annually.
/' ' ■; Caiise».of-"lmpeaciimeiit^ •-■"•
Section 's 3 "provides for "%hat causes
members of the ' commission may beClm
peachedran"d r removed,^ ana'".' how/ 1 ap
pointees may be; TemioTred; and for ■ What
cause."/ ";'V''".' :: ":'."'"■ - . :' ; ~- :: : '' : - :
54* ;Teqtrfres ;the : railroad'com
missioner: and I the .board of public w>rks
t'ovXurn; over ; .tb^ihd'eommiisipir-an ~b6&ks
and - : papers ;• in ";its - pbsses^bn -Maicti « 1,
1903;;; -,;/■■■:.".-;•• %/-J'J.r\i "y:,X; --.■'■. "■^•■^:~^
; ■■;' Section 55 -- fiSEs ~- tfae'rEaiaries of mcm
i bers of ■ the commission- and ;■ officers ; and
\ employees. j ; The ; commissioners -iare ?to 3-rW
ceiye $4,000 each par annum ;;the first icferk,
$2,^0; .{the firsts assistant, .sl^3o ipar/an
nuni; the s stehqsra.pii€r/ $1,500; 'the r bailiff,
$1,000, ; : and f.the -; messenger," $730. ;anmiaJly.
t~ Section" 53 " appropriates : : $23,000 v fotjfthe,
salaries aijd^expenses^ of -,the comirilssloh
"for .the r iirst'"year;;^ . \^:/-':/?-\^>'l;-.^'*'!?:-"i t ' ;
■-Section" 57 : ; provides -that ! the^jurisdlctibn:
of the )> cbmmission v shall * nbfc'J lmpairi the
'"jtu4^^on^of--)the»:'c6driß^iS'the'>Slate'
to 'impose' nnesVfor-'vl6la-tl6ns:of 'the' State;
laws t alrfeady . ; in? -forca -or c hereaf ter "ilia-.'
p6sed. v £v:£\'^;!^V^^^
.;?, Sections 5S i to^S,? Inclusive^ r relate : tb;tie
duties of ? the' commißsion ias j the succes
sors of ;ths board of .public -works. .: -ra;
P Section the- last;<rerp>ealsTall (sections
of -, thetCode .and^ the ,TOrlipus acts ; In^oon-"
flict with the ibt \ the ; bilL T p '"■. ">:-.>
i^MrViCatbn;!: the : architect -of the bill,
jr£sfoiie; of ; ; those ;/who, '^wtitoXthevpene^;
ral :|: |' Assembly^;-, cony |rijed^ . >. hesitated- v lr to
ta^Uhe^athif^avn^eia^able^spfceoii
in\fgvbr 'of "submisslenjol ',i the; Oonstl-/
tution. \ ■ -,
l^^lsYMtlra^dj&£^bTkjs!n^i^iej<sens
eral ¥ ; A^embly.;f bver^ed^hl^ fl ißdividual
yiewsYbn ; the : quesiiona;^ indlqatef ittiit : he
HasTa-ccepted" the ; result.and; ls^woridia^- fai ;
sood i faith to ■ carry out [ tbe^ pro-vislona?bf ;
the | organic law -to ifwhich i Jiel' swore ;ai
ilegianccl The -measure -Is ; said, " by .those
ATho; have seen" It. to be complete and con
serva.tivo tliroijphotit.
Seaator M«**te Couvmi*»e^nt.
: • . •. • . ..-.. ■■'■.'. -.(•■•: . ■■■ '-■■■ ' •■ - ■•■' . '• .. - ;-.' .' ■• ■ .■'.. , .'.■.:
Senator Bland Massie, of Nelson, Vho
has ";befiß;: ill % of i pneumonia, i is •: no vT-eoh^ :
', vaJescent. s and?; bODes 'c so6n | to. : be ,th i Ills •
*3eat^in?Uje*Senate;i»Th!Biseii^p i v*ra«|lll^
;dor4n^^ysnn»l«^ortiont^^^e|holi-T.
dsj'R, but is aow f*at : Tnßcdia^.
PENITENTIARY DQOfe CLOSED
■■■ Dr.. C- V. :Carrin|:ton.' eur<co^ th*
rit^l «i^TTn« flirt ■■■»t»^~^ It Mlfaa >nM> ■
TRANSPORTATION U^CS. .
....
#Ainprirfl n I - f np---^- 1
>NI^TTORICSOnTJiAMirrCM^JDONISONi
mtSaillaltiWjdaM^ys^f JO-JL M. .
fKn^d^^a^lirtrrJes^laSJaß^S
fPblistdelßhia^raii. v 2l IKraaniiinasiJai
1 -;Redptaiiliine.
NEW TORK— ANTWEHP^-PARIS.
S*Uin»JSatnrdayiat t% p M.
= Finland;-;!; Jan- il7 l KrooxfJasd.. JTati. 51
iViiderJana *.s; Jan>: 24 1 Zeelatid :.;.... .Feb. 7
Piers 14 and G, Notfth river,
" "-:■' ■■:". ".Office.^. 7J .Broadirayv N.T.
■ -W.Tlt.f« PAtMER & CO..
.-; '; my 1^ 'SB-Ta.ThASat ;;-/^ ; .-'■ ;/;; Bfcbmond. "
CIi¥UE STEAMSiIIB A*33Li
: co>ii>Airr. jBSW.
Sriichmond; and
' . NORFOLK 6TEAHSHIP.S JomtS.r:
t>AYhFKU>AXtfa3t(l -' SONXMJ «t day-
IJjbt---- * •
-^S i el»at/recelvea-;4afl^,uriai S P. M.
/ 1 For, : further % Information -i ztpply : to • -
-.-'-: ' . J. W. -ardARRICK. »
General Southern Agent: -Office.' Rocketts.'
. i > -, Oener&l Agtni*. .; Ifhiladelphia. ;
RICHMONb ANft PETERSBURG
jRArUWAT.
CARS iLEA VJB ; CORNBR;'J PEKKT AND
■ . ; SEVENTH -z ST.REE?^Srr MAN
■■■ :=: = ■; ■■'■ ~j.*r~ :■ :;:-■£ chesteb.. • "
Every j. honrAfrom S tA- M.-'torK>" F./Jt
■Last/car 11:30JP.,-M. :-rf'-- ■^■y--^u' : s. ■-%.■ •;.";--.:;i
•• CARS .LEAVE t^rERIJBURG ■
80 Minutes .After .-; Every- Hour from* 8:90
■-/,-«7Z.-/^r A ;vM;^tO^ld^o-JESM;-//-.^ .::'// : ;
- Friday, and * Sunday x, sj.jcdal «xcurslanjL
Pse- j round trip.t s In j pilf^et ?, Attrast ' ?th.
.suggest3on; even, of . - small-pox. Rich
• mond;is Included Injt'fee?.llst->NoVprisan-
Jers'are now.# being;- i»ecelyed;thsre Vand
I the :< Utmost "pr6cautlor.f =■ is being exercised
against vthe j possibility of i- the : in Vasloix
of ' the Institution Lby ■ the : dread ; disease.
'Prisoners 11 sentenced' "in the .Hustings
Gburt to terms * in fc ! tl^e penitentiary are
ibeing sent to the jail untfUsuch ;tims as
j the Quarantined shall be raised; v.: ;
■ Dr.' Carrington isald (last nlght ; that? the
penitentiary had an absolutely. 1 clean bill
of health; and < every ■ effort : will ba made
ito" keep it clean. ■.■-". "■'■-- ' -' -'" " "■■■"•; "....• - ;
BELL COMPANY ACCEPTS IT.
;l. The ■ :. merging : of t , the ; ; two • competing
telephone i companies • into one large ■ cam
pany.'rlt was Ifest fnight. would
probably be eff eftted •• ■wfthotrt delay;? Un-
Tess - the City; Councnl ; sees fit r'to« make
some f amendment r to^ the ordinance now
under; .consideration. : ; -.In case do
make sosmeVchajiges It will cause recon
sideration by :eaob;of the telephone icom
panies ; concerned; / 'as ; the changes "■ may
not /accord/ with; their /wishes;- .: -- . *.-.'■-.•."
;;."■, This iv delay:';; horwe.ver.vis ; scarcely^.prob
able,'? as :; - the ;• • sitb-oojnmittfe went : -over
the matter carefully, v and win recom
mend it as It stands to the City Coun
cil. The' measure in its present form
is acceptable to the Bell Company.
.* Tire; report of .h this ; subcommittee will
be -- made ; to ; the full- committee at I the
regular meeting: on next. Thursday af
ternoon. ':';'" ". •■ ■■"•.- .';.' *■' ' ■■■ v"■. ; ; . ; ■ .-' - ■ .-
Deaib of Mr. Etttlb T; Crunip.'
.- ~3.tr. Erwin .T. , Crump died a.t 2:30 o'clock
this .inbrning at the home "of his brbther
ih-law,;,^lr. T7. A. % Cheeterman, /No. 132 C
Park . avenue. ".',"• '.'''"■'..'" ...,"""'/•'. ■'■: ; .'-- .-*.'/ ■"<
, 3HCr. .Crump bad - been- ill for sometime.
He ': rerurnea ' last . week ; 'Phoejjfe
Ariz., where, he haui. been ■; for bis health.
He ;was the son^ of^"Jifr.? Charles iVL'Cnimp,
at^nejtlmeaud^o.r'jßichmond and"l>aTi-;
,viile~ and secfetary jan3 fi-easurer of the
Southern rapway.^tn this city. H e is
survived by one 'Bigte^iltfrs. Elizabeth
■Wirt A. ChestermahV ?v and : two "brothers."
Slessrs.- Charles^M.7Crtnnp. Sontherb raEP
wity. and IC. A.-Crdmp", Aitierlcati Tobac^
cb -Company. ■ '--' : '-■ '■■ " . -.' " r ,-r" i*.
-i.The funeral arrangements have not been
made.. C""' r ':■■-■' :.■■■•:■.?.-.•;•.'• •-„-'; \:;;^'r
THE MARKETS,
(CONTINtnEn? FROM . PAGJB .. 80
forty br^ fifty hampers of Florida. : lettuce,
and twenty-five crates. of raw tomatoes.
Montgomery. & C0.,- 'ii-;- dealers, received
yesterdaiyjforty-flve mallard ducks. ;'; '
Bowman & Co:, commission men., report
that they handled rthis -week 125 crates of
fresh icouhtryr eggs. On account of the
: dullr; market here.v^ 11-.. crates -were Te-
; shipped to New "York. "~ ~" •
Theirm of George^ Buh & Cor was busy
yesterday at its storage-rooms; 307 north
Seventh street,* handling a car of- fancy
California/ celery. ' r ;'■.;.' ;' .;- ./ V ",,!
Iri .this ; car were . 150 crates containing
ten dozen large bunches- each:" as each
bunch contained a dMenlndlyldual stalks
the /total" receipts Vcould '- be"; figured at
SlCOflO stalks. :Aiibther ; car, it is; said, is
expected very. soon. "' 1 .;
2tICHMO>"D jTO BACCO 3IABKET.
; Price* of Loose Leaf on the "W«re
*-■- -J: '■-.,' Honse.Floora. /
Richmond.-Va^ January 9, 1303. •-■'.
SUNCCTRED TOBACCO^
Primings „...............;...$ 300 @J 400
Lugs— Common ......;... ...i 4 25 @: 6W
Good "to prime;.'. 625 @ SZQ
Leaf— Common ............... 650 @ ; 850 -
: Medium .':...'...'............. 850 #10 00
Fine ......................... 10 [email protected] 50 ■
Wrappers .:...:..-'t. ....".;..... 12 50 "@ 15 00
' BRIGHT TOBACCO.^- - -,*-->'?' .:•■
Smokers— Common ...'.■.....$ 4 ffl i$ 650
'Medium .......;............, 650 @ 800
- ..........-.„.:.......... [email protected] 00
Cutters— Common r; .'...;..... 8 00 @ 10 00
oVledium ...... ... ; ; . 10 Oo &1205 -
: ; Fine ...........;..... ...V..... 12 30; #15 00
IFancy :■..... .;.... :^..;..:;. 1* 00 @1700 -•
Fillers^Common .;;.„......* 5 W @ ITW ,
'jSlediuiri-;:... 1 -;:^. .......;-. 7fiO @ S 00 ■■■•".
0Fine^..^. ....;... 9 00 @ 12 00 •
Wrappers— Medium ....;... 13 00 @18 00
;-;F1ne;:.;;.^.........:J:...;..;20 [email protected] 25.00
:Fancy ".....:.;.:.i;;;.v;..'.v: 30 00 '# 40 00 ,
/DARK STEMMING ;•'
Tiugs* 3 50 #f 5 oO> :
Leaf— Medium :u.;.-i...-.-. v Jii 5 50 M .6 50
Good.;;.^.. ....•.;.„-.....;. ::>,6 50 f^ :S 0o;
BROWN SHIPPING TOBACCO.
LugS; "->:.«. .-...wV.7:".;.v;...'iS 4CO [email protected] 00 ■•>
Leaf^-Medium" :..; in.. ;;...:.. 5 [email protected],;7 00 .;:
:Good.;-:;^.:;..:...:^^r....; .too [email protected] >s> so>
. i The ; fobacco market opened for } the New
Tear. with .a: strong ; under tonev and : prices
have - .been satisfactory. ;; to ".'•'■ the '■< farmers
i throughout l the i week." ; amount | sold
during this -week at the 'four warehouses
:.'weTe.-13S,4S6r;pound8:^ I v'U / '- : .--"' • ':;■•■ :..v -. : ]'■■"-/' ■
- 'W. D. CCSHMAN. Ci
of Sales, v
,^3URnn5. I^TFLLIGEXCTS.
- PORTiOFBICHMOisrD, JAN.,!?.-i9o3.fc
.- ■ - "^uZA RRIVEf> :-^:r;vrr ■•?-, ;--vrvi; "
; iSteaiaer ;; ; Brandon.,r» Rhodes. . ■/KwfolJc ;
merchandise and ■: passengers ; .Old Domin
ion .Line, v: -; ; .;.."*-*"* : ' : : '■-■; S ■'=•• ■ '•■ ; -7 : - tz ':.:■::':;-'
T ; Tuff. ' j.-'i S.* Hoskitis, ; Leach.r Baltlmor^r
barge of da; ? Standard - Oil Company. "t r ;
•x.,\.: /:>>:. SAILED. .
- Steamer -\Wihyah.' O'Neii;- Philadelphia l
Pa;;*- merchandise : and ,; Clyd*:
Line. -■ - ■ Z:rj.?
Steamer. , Brandon, ; ; Rhodes. >!Nbrfolk.
merchandlse and i passengers; I Old! Ifemtn
.ion"Llne. / fc
'■p Steaoner i Pocahontas, :x Graves. : James I
riyeri lahdings . and ; Norfolk ; | merchandise
and'- passengers; TJrfiinla = NavigaUon
Company. '
PORT" OF NEWPORT NEWS, JAN. SS.
(By Telegraph.)
■■ '-'.-."•* , ARxvI yEI^. I*.1 * . * .. ■.. ■■- :
S Schooner JobirTwohy, Prb\ider.c».
;s Steamer ' Bosnia. Portland.
Steamer Elton; Philadelphia
S?Ste4mer;Pißa;iNetr. York. ..
; ; , Steamer >Alexandriai";l Norfolk.
S Steamer iHbtau.; Norfolk. ■
goeamer :Bo«nia,: Bo«nia, BaltJmor*. "
:. FUCHS.— Died, at the .residence of n*r
daughter, Mrs. P. Euker. No. ulS^'ttbrtb"
■FoOTtJi' street.^ ■■JEßS.-11DA"'". : FUCH5. :> 'tfi?tiS^
S4th y*ar of h«r age'
Funeral will be . h<*4fi frctn ih.* Jiomi:
«X?NI>AY AFTERNoOX. at . Z V, M.
Friesds and 4cqu*lntances iavlttff *o at-
condensed i».R. schedules;;
$£%%&& ■ " • - - • vs-^j
CHESAPEAKE' : AND . QHIO--EAS3>
J^s^ff i- BOUND. • ■**Z?&8S:
P-C^AiiaiSfaccepftSttadar'.' to Old . Potato
o|^^.^^f«xcept?Sanday^tos2fotfotft^
■5:C«j P. 'M.. .daily* to' Newj»ortsNew*.jH|pl
i|ioao fATsatp except!; Sunday^ tajcntto*!
Forge. - . ■ . "Sg^fggp
2:00 P. M. dally to Cincinnati *nd L«mt*..
vine. fSt: Louis, and ; Chicago .*
>?^2? : %i" M -- "ex«pt?Sundasv»«»^iEwa3! l ti|^
ca^- M - dan > fo St. ; Louis ar.dCW-;
° *°" JAMES-RIVER DIVISION. \
priHtS) 5 AT-^TaaTly "to Clifton £For j:c.
5:15 P. M.. except Suaday.-to Bteso.
■.;.--, > ;.—... - . • >
&SK^C3^AJU>MiAIR-LIKE-rMaia § StßB«?i
| S^tlbnvg&ilO "AlvMJdaHSv? for! PeteKßWßft^
; Norlina. ;:;;lf. : .: ;.d, Afand : -all j^ntermedlaM*!
;j»ttts^*-cbnjiectli^ltsith"tralas^ifortllirosl
: PS^^
principal? cltfes £of ltbarl SouthiaSfdf a^ift^
■west. j Florida. Cuba. Texas. ;OH£oral».»
wd -Mexico, and
ton 5:45 "A. W. and. s:os P. if. • "•3'^/"'v
S'KJ^^MIoK^«FR^KraC^SBKR<J|
AND POTOMAC 3tAILROAIX~I.eave 4;tS f
"AT.* Mr - dally. rthroTigrh £ train? from ;sßyr*»»?
Streetr.Statfoniror^TTasßiinstoJi^an^tbSf-^:
vond ; ■ 6^5 : -A. :i M.- dally^* from * Matn-S trt«f|
Station I fbrvWashinigton land beyond^ ~7 'A :;
M.r! except Sunday. = from • Elbn ' Station >
for. Ashland; 3 A." M~> Sunday I ooly.*s:fitomjp
Byrd-Stre«»t " Station -for '"W3«hrncton S ai»4|'
beyond; except'; Sunday. r-fl?oi»g|
By rd-Street ' Station.- f or^VashlßgrtonS anA<
beyond; -12:® ~noorr s except 5 Sundays iron* f
BjTd-Street^StattpnßfbrJ^VjßshlnjrtorrJJtt"!^
beyond; 5.05 P.^l.. fron* VMafn-Street: Sfs».-x
tfon vf or -Wtrahinfftoh. " and beyoad : ■ 4 •■P^M.^,
oxceot >Srnn>j»T». from^TTd-S*T*«t*JStattrtnip
accommodation for Fredericksbutgvi 6:2S|j
P. - M.; £xcsnt ■ Srinda v \ fror* » Elba StaHqtv-g
for Ashlard: X;(5 P; : M.¥dalty^f«>tn *Byrd~ft
Street Srntfon. . for : "Washington -, and 'b*-r
yrmd; n :t5 ;p. jj-., except Sunday; -:£roT*«v
Elba Station; for -Ashland. ; *
]-'i A rrfT»»^-'RcT*J-S*T Mf : ■ <S»o t»o«^« rS? -- • ' A.? < M^ : ;;
except Sunday, I from ; JFrederlcksbtirft; fe»S
A :.w. rlafU-. 1 fronuNorfoz^OlP. M.. es^
cept! Sanday; 6:45*P. 5 3t-ainy; »^»
daily. . . ""...*< '
v: Arrtve-TaVa ; Stat!ons-6rfb*A^' M..t«W«Pt|;
Sunday, from i Ash !anff:-« P.: M^«c«ptl
Sunday^ from < Ash'and: tl P. M.» «x<»ptg
Sunday, from Ashland. •. >■-„ .. t ■
Arriv*— MaJn-S*rp«t Statfonr-2:OS ;P.vSV
and?lo:29Jp.aii dany. -
ATLANTIC COAST. LINE- 9 A. 3t,t'
NorfolTt XDnlted iT'tally r for v Petershuir^^
Waverly.; Suffolk, aal Norfolk; lfc» 'P^
M- and: s:s& : 'R'C JH^i.!f(ar n r?etfflrsbtirs > i?«aa;;
lntennedIatefpoints;-3 P-
Limited 'far / Norfolfcl :W4ftvßrftr»i andi Bu£*|f
fWk;"^:lo P M.f foFfP%tCT3^rar^<W>Tdon»ii>
and --Mount ii.s4& iA^ ; 'M.- ;«d ?«.**|l
r M.. for Patersb^^' EmpiJiia^vWoldon;!,
Fayettevlllc. Charleston -SatttnaaK i TajaVJf
pa: 9:35^P. 31. «^'ij : 3OiP^\3kL. for \P<M'*
tersburjr. ■ ~ **•■>.* ' v't-'
NORFOLK '-AKD ■■'■WESTERN.-^' v A.nliiQ^
faHy. ::;.vestibuled : limited "ta vNorfolK^ *p
A.. M.' ; dan^.; fhs Chicago 'VESpresa^BrisiolMS
L-hatta uoosar:«hd • paints South and j Westife
P. MJ"daily.r;Roanokeiexpress ; fo*«
FarnrrQle.s LT^chblirff.~etC-; X PilM.^dsnyill
Norfolk. etc;.6:sfi fPs M_ daily: for NorfcOJtfe
»nd ftitermedfeieipointsvS^S *P.'iMj?Ailfi»^
tor L-ynchbnrg;. <ajattanooga, t «od?i3BßHt s-
Jrleacs.. . ' r — * -:■ -
SOUTHERN •;.: RAILWAT^T^O ; Al »L
saily;^ for "Danville ■ and I Dorliam; -HdCfl ijß3|;
M- dally.far, Atlanta., Augusta. J iarid,pblatiil :
South; ;13:50 Pi M. daily^for Ne-w -OiliwrTt^;
snd pomts Soatn';iS.P>lVt; loaEt.' O^iy^af^f
isspt I Sunday.' to ' Keysvllla^ '"^T^'^^^Stm^
-TOKET-^iyEK:Ll^m^t3oiP.|jSt^a^S^
occii^rt ■ Sonday;>f or o"W>^\Po^fc"JCfflMai«#»^
ns , with : steaiaer for'; BnJUmor* McmOmym, ; 1
EVednesdays. and FrlJa^rj; -7 245. C- Pv} ; 3tg
lal^/^eicipt'^SuTidit^T^i^citti^wSßßr'ii
(Vest ;Point;tCOTaect? w^^B^«|ktlliji»iif
:er Marior.' and also wJtfeiateaiiner^at '^STij«6li
'oint f-t or, Balttniccß % Moiiaaysil* Wedn«
lays.';: and : Fridays;; s;;^Ls'Jjt'?io«il ; tnlmC ffi
'jot. War t Point, dailyj ji£c6pi'~suaa?tky.. ••
Old Dominion
- : ' t' '• 'V. Y~ • '1 ' - * "
'/•/' *•'■ " , r ' '.'
Steam^ipCp,
DAILY LINE FW^UEW TCWt^WS:
• ' ' KCRTH AlilTf EAST. -^ )
NIGHTMNE
DAILY BETWEEN
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK,
Th 9 Ntw Stsamtrs ■ ■
BRANDOM AND BERKELEY
•Leave Richmond nignUyjar-T o;cluck fo?f o?
Norfolk^ stopping at, Newport «Ne-w<*ln "
:direction3c: arriving taz-lSacCplk, a/, .
6 A.- M.V there ; .transferrragft6Tl%w.:fTorfc
steamer; daily. €accept-Bunday^at;?;P.' SJL.-
Passengers «sx,' teave ; datly,i except.: Su- Up
dayiby Chesapeake ana^Ohioranway^at j
8:50- ; A: M. and 4T. M.. or D A-"M. and S
P. M. byi Norfolk and /Western ; raflway,'
both lines'* connecting : at Norfolk vwirb di
rect steamers sal ting same V day, - ' . ".
Freight *for.v all; northern,,- eastern.* tad
foreign?* ports"= received and V' forwarded
daily; esceot Sundays at; company's wtorf |||
(footofAsh street>.Rocketts.' ■ ' ■ : •,
Ticketis On sale atjcompairy'* office.Wocg^
1212 ■ east f Main I atree t; Richmond ( H TransC»^
C ; No. : BU> east ■ Male r street;; 3£w>- -
phy*« Hotel; Chesapeake; and : Ohio. 'and -
Richmond ; and = Petersburg dapots. ana at- r.
company'sj wharfrr-Ricnmond."^: Bassaga "
checked through to /alipointa.-- ■-■ .
Local ;..■ fares " betiwiseti ■{, Rf conidnd ' an<s
Norfolk; -Newport -News;;OM;;Point;rfaTUl|J|
Hampton. : s2.so;' to Baltimore 'and Wash
ington,* $4.00. -' :•- - ' . . - ■ - - ;
Round trip fare between Ktchmood acd
Noriolk> £»,50. v Time • limit. 10 : aayi:fAbbv» -V
fares inclue stateroom berth betwesna; Nor* B
folk and Richmond.:: JJeala. iTablei d'hote^
50c. Richmond ito Nevi Tork.>all ! i water,'or §
rail and waterrsft.o». Lrmit/SdaysCTtotmd;!!
trip, $14.00/- Limit,- 30 -.days,!; inclndfas:^
meals and; stateroom berth:
- V. . iVi "I JOHNf FiVMATER. Ageat " ■
', 1212 'east Main:"? street;; Richmond. iVa:: • . « ,
j. ; j. ■- BJIOTSTS; General. Passenger Act.* '. W.
H. B. WALKERV Traffic iMgr.r 5 N. X * v
BAVSLINE
TO BALTIMORE
Via C. &O, Railway and
Old Point
U. S, iUIL BOUTE. .:
LeaYc . RXchroond Chesitpeafes i *ndl
Ohio railway" d'aflj-/- safcftpt" SUfi<i«y.^a« ;
4 * P.s MTy: eonnfcctlng- at : Old -Point s wlttt]
the i superb steamets of jtlie ord Bay Lin*; |
leaving at -7^13 P.: ; M.; 'arriving^Baittawwi
s^o ?-Arri JL»>-in time^-to make ; coimectiaiti
■wit U.iait^ trains ;North. , East. ;andoWvst^
Short rail ride ;f and 'ail ;nigb t : - oa% one .? srf ,
the"- finest-: steamers ? ia « southeamß watcrsil
"Returning, -f arrive 10 A. 3JL
daily." except Monday.
-; For "tickets and t general . ; informatloa, i
apply fiomcfis^Cbvsapeakftwainai
Ohio Railway. Elchmond -Transf er.lCom*i
pany '- and IOCS cast -^nin ' street." -• -
. ■:DAY ; -lilNE^
... .. : ; --mi - j " - ■ T -*- -■■--
7-= A- il. v for : Nwf oik; s Pof t*a*u4t&£gQf£i
Point- ; Newpqr t ?H«ws;i ClareKUmtß3«j»d[i
Jame*»-rtver,» landings.?! and .s connactin* ; at'
Old^Poiflt^andfNorfoncsforpVashJmttiati
: baltlmora;:aeMl*th«l3SfortJ».- -.VCivW
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