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('Continued from Flrst ragfc.) ence. In tho by nnd by they, too, may como to the front. but not yet. AgrlriiH.irni Schools. Thn most onllvonlng feature of tlie dny's work ln thc- SeflAte WRH the ef? fort of the Sonator from (.'arollno for tho establlshment of ten ttgrlcutturn! hlgh schools, C'ulte- nn ne-rltnlnlou debutr* occurred botWOOll lilm ivnel tfl* Benator from Rockingham ovor the quostlon as to who wns tho fnrmer.-i' friend. J'ventiially thero wai a truco and both may now bo consldered ns wearing the proud tltle-. Any.vay, the fnrm*?rs got tho se*hoe>ls. Both houses killed n number of bllls, nmong them bolng- Senator M.inn's blll provldlng thal Judges of local opllon olectlons should be appolnted, ono upon Iho rorommendatlon of tho flrst flve slgners on Iho potltlo'n, 0110 upon thr recommenelniloii of tho OXCCUtlvo tom mlttoo of tho ','opposlng In'terest" (Whatovor llii.t might bc) nnel tho third by tiio c>I<-c*te,rnl board, wlthout tho iK-cesslty of any rcco.mmenelatle.ti Objectloti was mado thnt tho blll Im plled u ellstruiit of the: regulnr elec? tion JuelKes (Whlch tlie patron ells clalmed), nnd that It smncked too strongly of au tirl.ltratlve. proCeodlng snd Iho measure was slnughter.-d with? out mercy. All Work nnd Nn Pnr. Tho Sonato also "killed the proposl tlon, ln the nature; of nn amendment, oxomptlng natlonal bnnks from taxa? tion on a portlon of thelr assets, gen? erally known aa tho offset bank tax bill. It was notlcoablo that thoso Senators e.losely ussoclntod wlth bankfi were pretty genernlly In favor of tlie smendmont, and somo others ngreo.1 Wlth Otem. Thero wns a He vote. and (ke Lle'utonant-Govornor saiel No. The conforees upon tho approprlation kllls will spend a couple of busy days harmonlzlng tholr dlfforencos. It I Brush Up. You'll never again brush against values so hcaping as these. A clcan "swecp" of all re maining Wtnter garments is thc reason. All the $20 and $18 Suits and Overcoats are $11.75. All the $22.25 and $25 Suits and O'coats are $13.75. All the $27.50 and $30 Suits and O'coats are $18.75. Jacobs & Levy. not likely that they wlli be able to roport beforo Tuesday. In tho mean tlmo thero ls -eotne demorall/.atlon evl? dent. especlally ln tho House, and an exodua uf members may occur to-nlght. whlch will ItmpTll a r*uorum. All work anel no pay wlli have a tondoncy to mako dull "times at tbo Capltoi next v>-*ck. Sessions of the Two Houses At tho openlng of the session of th'-' House of Delegates yesterelay Mr, Jen? nlngs, of Lvncliburg. lntroduced n reso? lution provldlng that each momber be prlvileged to call up ono in--st.suro e.ut of Its ordor to-day. Aftor soctirlng tho passage of thls resolution. Mr. .lenniti. * got through a Jolnt resolution whlch provldes that boRinning on Monday mornlng the House shall give precedonce to Senato bllls anel tho Senate to House bllls. and which was concurred ln by the Sennt->, The House blll calling for tlie oxecu tlon of folons at the Stato penltentlary was roporteel from the Senate wlth an nmendment. to provide f?r the return of the body o? the man executod to hla relatlves nt tholr expense. The blll, ns amended, was adopted. Mr. Jennlngs asked to bo r<*corded as voting agalnst the teachers' retirement fund bill. in place of Mr. Janney. whose name anpeared In tho published llst ot thoso opposed to tho measure. Judgon Elected. The- speclal order havlng been reach? ed tho Houso went Into the election of Judges and by unanlmous vote elected ex-Sen'ator J. Lawrence Campbell. ol Bedford. as Judg..- of the Thirtieth Judl? clal Clrcult, and Hon. William M. Tur t.ln as iustlce of tbe newly treated Clvil Court of tlie city of RSchmond. ' Th" Senate was notlfled by Mr. Lowry ot the a**tlon of th<- Houso. nnel a few mo nent.*. *.11.- r Senator Folkes reported te the House the concurrent action of that 1 odv. Brief nomlnatlng speeches of a .f.noliimi.l.ir'.' r.aurf were made it siipport of both the new Judge-s Mr Wlngo and Mr. Wost were appolntct ot, the House delegation to count the votes and reported that tlie Jolnt vote for Campbell was 118 anel for Turplr ti. nelther havlng opposltlon. Manv members lett the iiouse dur? lng the tedlous proceedings, which necessltated several messages betwoer tlio two* branches, and at tirues it was eiuestionable whether a eiuorum wa.; present, members belng called in fron tho cloak-room and post-Ofttce to re? cord thelr votes. No dlsposltlon war apparent, however. to knlfe elther ot tho candldates. Qulte a number of House bills were returned w-Itii minor amendments which were in most cases sustalned, The call of the calendar waa begui at 11:30 o'clock, and a blll concernlnj tho bureau of Insurance was passed al? most unanlmously. A blll to further regulate the worl of thls bureau and to requlre a li? cense fee of .2 for insurance agent; wa.s discussed by Mr. Cox. Mr. Mon? tague and Mr. Throckmorton. Mr. Caton. of Alexandria, patron o: tlie blll, opposed a motlon to recommlt defendlng Its provislons In detail. Thc measure was passed by temporarlly. Stnte Normnl Scbool. The speclal order, tho bill establlsh Ing a State normal school at Harrlson burg, amended by Mr. Goolrlck. o Frederlcksburg, substltutlng the nam. of his city, was called up at 12 o'clock and preclpltatcd a livcly debate, ex tendlng through the greater part o tho day. Fredericksburg won ovor al opponents in the House, but the Senat. stuck to lts flrst cholce. Captaln Thomas S. West. of Bedford spoke ln favor of the Goolrlck amend ment, namlng Frederlcksburg Insteai of Harrlsonburg. Tho Stato could es tablish but one sucli institution at thi time. sald Captain West, and whlle li did not love other cities less, ho fel that Fredericksburg wus the place fo thls school, a statement whlch brough the flrst applause of tho session. The State has not favored Fredor Icksburg herotofore, ho declared. Onl recently havo tho shacklos of railroa monopoly been stricken fromVher fee and her Industrlal dovelopmetjt, al tor a half-century of stagnation. allow ed to como Into lts own. The posltio Of Frederlcksburg. half-way betwee tho natlonal and Stato capitals, wit *)1 its wealth of hlstorlc. associatloi was clteel by Captaln West ln a glo*,*, Ing speech us reason for the location e the scl'.ool in the city on the 1-tappahai pock. Ho was seconded by Mr. Stubb of Gloucester, who vacated the cha to advocate the claims of Fredorlcki burg. Mr. Featherston. of Campbel Bald the House had already declded thi lt dld not want a,school at Fredorick: burg or nnywhere olse, und he move to dlsmiSH tho bill. Mr. Ooolrlck ai Mr. Brewer argued that Mr. Feathe Ston's motion was out of order, ai were ovomiled by tlio chalr. Favored HnrriMoiiliurg. Mr. Churchman. of. Augusta, adv. cated Harrlsonburg as a locatlon, sa: Ing that all the reasons elociuently ai vanced by Mr. Stubbs could apply wll equal force to tho Rockingham city. The good society, tho Intellectual ll ?nd the rlch merriorlea of the past woi clalmed to be cehtrlng about Harr sonburg. Mr. Churchman pald a hi. tribute to tho cavalry leader, Turn. Ashby, who fell just out of l-larrlsoi burg. The fact that Harrlsonburg lu now recovered from Iho dovastatton . war wns polnted out hy Mv. Churcl man, who said he offered a climai TOR TORPID LIVER, A torpld llver deranges the whol. system, nnd produces SICK HEADACHE,_ Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu rjnatism, Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for thes common dlseases than DR. TUTT' UVER PILLS, ns a trlal will provt lake No Substitute. . aecond tn none; a pure mountaln wa? ter Hupply and un unoxcelled slte- for a ptiblh- Instltutlon. Mr. Page, uf HanoVer, ably argueel the cause of Frederlcksburg. Ills ad drelra produced a profound Impreaslon em tlie Holise. und was generally re ; garded as one of the most notable plecea of mainrv of thln sesslon. Mr. i Thrlft. of Madison, argueel in favor of I tho establishrnent of another normal ! school for women, saying thnt the eon dltlonn of educatlon In the State to-day demanded another school. Argulng for I normal educatlon aa a principle. Mr. i Tlirlft made a thrust at tho.se who cm I ploy men to curry thelr horses, but I allow any ono "to traln thelr chil? dren. "I nm for Harrlsonburg." contlnued Mr. Thrift. ''There is no spot in tlie ?State lhat does not eleserve- t-verythlnc : ??? can elo for lt. We can only con ?J slder primary condltlons. l-'or pure 1 water anel fresh alr Harrlsonburg of ! fera advantages not to be excelled." Mr. Caton. of Alexanelrla. sald he hael ? Ibut to present tlio practlcal slde of ijthe propositlon. Princc William anel ? I Manassas helttg out of the questlon, , )Mr. Caton salrl Iip was now an advocate .lof Fredericksb-urg. l| Mr. Johnson. of Montgomery. offereej ijan amenelnient. strlklng out Ilarrlson fjburg nml lnse-rtlng Radford. Klni>H nt Kre/.rll. Mr. M. M. Green. of Fuuquler. argu !iir for Frederlcksburg, said that Char? lottesville, Staunton and Lexingtor ;.r:el now Harrlsonburg wero clalmlnp about four-tifths of the e?nttre approprl 1 ation of tho State for public Instltu tlejns. The section whlch ralsed Gen? eral Turner Ashby, contlnued Mr. Green rt-ylying to Mr. Thrlft, has never re? ceived 1 cent from the State for tht purposes of establlshing a public In? stltutlon. Contlnulng. Mr. Green de? clared he was unalterably opposed t-. allowlng the chairman of the Senate Committee on Flnance to provldo foi a normal school. and then havo It lo? cated in hls home town. Harrlsonburg This was a dlrect thrust at Senatoi Keezell. of Rocklngham. Mr. Montague, of Rlchmond. discuss? ed the condltlons of educatlon in the Stato. paying a hlgh trlbute to the ex eollent work elone at the Furtnvllle Normal. and vigorously advocating tlie establishrnent of another school of. llke tyne. He favored Freeierlcksburg. Mr. Montague aleo attacked Senatoi Keozell for advocating hls home towr as the locatlon of the school and foi thc attltude of the Flnance Commlttee ?ln flnding J50.000 for Harrisonbur wlien It hnd not been able to flnd 1 f when other places were under consid? eration. Dr. Powell, of Brunswlck. opposee the establishrnent of another school saylng that the money should le Bpread over the State ln the publl schools. Dr. Powell declared that le had yet to see the first educateel negf in the cornfleld. and that tho eelucatei whlte man there was no good. H asked for an Engllsh educator for al c asked for an Fngllsh educatlon fo j all through ihe common schools. Plea for Radford. Mr. Charles A. Johnson, of Mont I, gornery, spoke in advocacy of th - clalms of Radford, but sald hls/firs d interest was the welfare of the Com monwealth as a whole. It was nu bocause of historlc assoclations, li stated, nor because of her speeln merlt. that lie favored Radford, hu to ask that the school be located 1 that sectlon where it ls greatest neeel ed. Mr. Johnson sald he represente a portlon of the State wlth 260,000 chl elren ln thc publlc schools. "Wlth elghteen countles lylng hac of us, wlth Radford as tlie only oui let, It is tlie central polnt for oih third of Ihe peoplo of this Commor wealth," he declared. "We offer you a locatlon which l unsurpassed, ln the centre of a grow ing and prosperous young clty. wlt all necessary convenlences and in provomenis, including easy access b: through and dlrect rallrontl Une When loyalty to tho Commonwealth a test tho cltizens of tho Southwes will not ho founel wnntlng. 1 ask tlu II. this school bo located where it wl tt reach the greatest number aud do tl 3; most good." >(1 Judge Martln Williams. of Giles, di i<x fendoti Sonator Keezell, saylng he ha workod honestly antl properly for tl ?Jocatlon of tlie school at hls hon* town. .luelgo Williams, however, eil fered wlth tho Itockingham Senator i to the advantages offered, telling i tho wonderful development of tl 1- Southwest and the number o? peop th to ho accommodated by the town i Badiord. Mr. Curlett. of Lancaster, ndvocatc Frodericksburg oh account ot" its loci _ tlon and hoiiltlifulness, and becauso tl 'h sectlon hus never heen recognlzed i tho past, Clalms of Mannssns, .,. Mr. Janney, of Prlnco Wllllnm com ty, snld tliat no argument luid bee ,e presented whlch did not wlth evc groator forco apply to Manassas. M .luntiey declared that in all the wor thero ls but one Manassas, and tlu could the papers aunounco that tl State woulel establish on the slte i that great battleflnlel a great State li stitution, tho whole world woulel tnl notlce. Hls people, he contlnued, ha' got. together and offered to glvo $ut 000 and bulld a normal school, lf tl Stato wlll sustaln lt. "Wo actually offer you a school fr of charge," lie exclnlmed, "and all i ask Is that you wlll tako lt and su: port It." Mr, Goolrlck, of Frodcrlclcsburg. w has strugglcd lneessuntly day ln a day out for tlio locullon of tlie aclui iii hls tr.ivn. suld ho did not take e CCPtloil to tho actlon of Sonator Kc ?.toll ln pluclng the Harrlsonburg pro osltlon ln tlui uppiopiiatlon blll, i tliough that measuro hud not , bo passed on by tho House. Thls Coi monwealth haa never glvon to the Fli -1 Congresslonal Distrlct, lie sald, o slngle, solltary ponnv fof tho establlHli nutit or SUpport eif a Stato Institution. Iloplvlng to Dr. POWoll, Mr. Coolrle k snld the. tlmn hnd uot ccuno. nnd SllOUUI novor oeiiiio, whon tlio Loglslnttire Ol Vlrginla eionici noi tako Into conslder ittloii tho hlslorlfl .lgrflflCttnCO of thu l-attlos of tho Confederacy, ahd tlio elnikor days of rnln nnel destructlon Whlch went ln the* w.iko of war. "Wo are noi horo hecausa wo nre* poor." ho deolared. "Wc ask no char? ity. We can tuko raro of ourselves. nnel will contlnue. to elo so. Tho clly Ik to-iinv ona of thc me.st prosperous lt. thfi Stnte. of Vlrglnln. W.j nsk tlie 10 c-titlon eif thls institution as nn act of Justlce." I'rpiIorlckNt.iirg Wln*, Mr. Hood, of Hockiiightun, closod tho dlsCUSSlOh, Htipporllng Ihe* Sonato rn i orrtmendatlon of Harrlsonburg as tho spot which woui.i furnlsh tho gr-irtlesi good to Iho groat.st iiiiml.e-i-. Thc pro vlous iiucRilon bolng called, Mr. StUbb*, Who wns acting Speiik?r, stnt-el ll ?? order e.r the- amondments, aftor whlch thi* vote wus taken on each ln turn. ''ii tlie iimoiidmcnt lo substlt uto Man;. ? ?As tho voto Htood?-iivou 21; noes, IB. i Radford lost, notWl. hstandlng a solld j HopUblrcill vote?ayes. 35: noes, 41, i'i. ,|..||. kshiirg won over tho commit? tee report, r.7 te, ,17, ou whlch n record - ? '.1 \"t- was asked. Tbe roll belng | called, Fredorlcksbiirf. secured ..* vut. to 30 for Harrlsonburg, Mr, Wlthers, of Nanseinr.nil, addfress ed thc Hou-te e,n hls motlon 10 dls Miiss tho blll, argulng against tho -.?* tabllshini-nt of ti?: scnbo] stt any polnt. declarlng lt .in unnecessary und con ! tlniiing expense, whlch wouid cost the ] State .100,000 to .?? itabllsh and |60.000 I u yenr to mulntaln. Mr. Wlthers w.-ni Into e..\|e..,.|, ,| ,;?;_,_.?? ?,; .,. .... brought lo a round turn by Mr. Page's objectlon to tho spoaker's statement that thoso who advocated the varlou*. locatlons "Imel tholr own nosos in Ilo lrough." ln tho mldst of tno explann tlons and apologles whloli folldwcd tho chalr was vacated until 1 o'clock Afternoon Sesnion. Al tlio afte-rnoon session Mr. Wltheri e.-ontlnued hls argument agalnst thc establlshment of any further State ln stltutlons, maklng hls plea chlefly <>'. flnancial grounds. Tho polley of thc State In consolldatlng schools anu brlnglng tho scr-Olars to the schoo was elwolt on, ahd tho proposal wa. descrtbed aa a babylsh reversal ol polley. Mr, Pago replled to Mr Wlthers Htailng that the Governor had recom? mended the mosisuro and ihe. Superln* tc-ndent of Publlc Instructlon had In? dorsed It. Mr. Pago continued a tnost vlgorou1 I anel positive argumont for tho ... uil. ! Hshmont e.f the school, saylng that the State; of Vlrginla wns rlch and .oul. '? well affortl a forward stop whlch wai so unanlmously approved: Mr. Page j said lie advocated Fredericksburg. bu ; wus wllllng te. havo the* scnool i-stab I lishod anywhere the House might de cleio. Hls argument was for tlie cs : tablish of another normal school. Mr. Good, of Rockingham, sald lu ! bad worked as earnestly and zealousl* for hls town of Harrlsonburg as hi I knew how, and had lost. and wa: . ready to take lils medicine and sup | port the Fredericksburg propositlon 1 He declared that he "dldn't proposo t. 1 play the dog in tlie mang.-r." The Stat> i needed the school, and lf hls town eoul. not get lt, he wotilel assist other to get It for the good of the Com j monwealth at large. This statemen i brought forth general applause. Mr. Sutherland. of Dlcklnson, arguei j at length agalnst the blll. saylng tha lmproper statemen ta had been mad by persons asking hls vote for Fred erickshurg. suggestlng ti.at the Dele 1 gates grant the location, and then kil the bill. Delibernte t'ntruth. Contlnulng his remarks, Mr, Suther j land was asked lf he alluded to Mi j Goolrlck. and on hls replylng in th ; afiirmatlve, the delegate from Freder ! icksburg. who was on the opposlt slde of the House, jumped to hls fee and exclaimed that Mr. Sutherlan j had made a statement that was dellberato untruth In so far as I j applled to hlmself. Mr. Sutherland dlsclaimed any inten . tlon of reflectlng on Mr. Goolrlck, an ,\ the matter was later adjusted by apol ; ogles from both sldes, the gentleme shaking hands amid applause. A long drawn argument betwee: | many members followed for an hou or two wlth much effort to rldlcule th whole proposltion. Mr. Featherston said he thought i tlme to draw a halt. Primary* school had received an Increase necessltatln an increase for grammar schools, whlc needed more teachers. who later ha to be pensioned, making an endlef chain of money running from th treasury, Mr. Featherston sald that what li really favored was to establlsh a "h normal" school at Hellbent. Campbo county, where the alr was as pure, th Ilquor as good as anywhere else, an whero there was a elistlllery on ever hillslde. Mr. Edwards, of King 'William, mad an earnest plea for serlous conslders tlon of the blll, argulng by all mean for the establlshlng of tlie normj school as an absolute necessity for th young women of the State. Tho loct tion had been declded. and to refuse 1 go further would he selflsh and agaln; the best interests of the State, con tended tho speaker. Vlctory for Goolrlck. The motion to dismiss the blll ws; lost. Ayes. 35; noes, 41. A. recorded vote on the propositio was demandel, and resulted: Ayes, 3 noes. 55. The bill was then put o its passage. and was passed: Aye U3: noes, 28. The delegate from Fredericksbui was surrounded by members of tl House. who congratulated him on tl slgnal vlctory he had won In securlr. the passage of the amendment. Later in the afternoon, Senator Kc zell informed the Houso that the Sei ate refused to concur ln tho Houi amendment, and asked a eommitteo conference. On tho flnal count Fre. erlcksburg had 5S votes ln Houso ai 11 ln the Senate. whlle Harrlsonbtu mustered 30 votes in the House ai 20 in the Senate. The vote, tnerefor as taken by the two houses stood for Frederlcksburg, agalnst 50 for Ha rlsonburg. Nlght ScN.ilon. Mr. M. T. Cooke. of Norfolk, called 1 out of its order Senate bill 295, provi ing for nn amendment to the charter tlie city of Norfolk. and had it put . lts third readlng. The amendment pr vides for the abolition of tho ofilee City Collector, thus unlfylng city ofHc under tho Board of Control anel plu Ing the dutles of the ofllcer ln t hands of tho comptroller. The bill was opposed by Mr. Cook' colloague from Norfolk. Mr. XV. W. O who sald that the City Council of 1 city opposed tho amendment bv a vc of 29 to 9. Ilo nskc.l for tho right local self-government. The papers Norfolk, Mr. Old saiel, ure opposed the blll. Mr, Old's argumont was tt tlio pooplo's representatives ln the C Council shoulcl bo heoded. rather th tho petitlon of llfty or moro mlllle alre tax-payers. Mr. Cooke declai 'that tho Senator of Norfolk slded *"*: hlm, aml that Iho Council dld not re rosent the city In tho Leglslature. told of factlonal rlghts ln that Coun. and of various ohjections which h heen ralseil, but said that ho belie\ ihe peoplo of hls city wanted 1 amendment in the interests of oconor The blll was put on its passage, a was passed 61 to 12. Mr. Featherston reported for a Jo conference committee on certaln Son; amendments to tho State Constltut: looklng to slmpllfylng the proceodii of tho Leglslature aiul cut.tlng out 1 nocossary roll calls, and tho II01 adopted tho conference roport. mll Ih Rejected. Tho blll regulatlng tlie Bureau Insurance was illsciisseci at length Mr. Moses Green, Mr. Pulllam and : Caton. Amendments wero offered by GlQnn. of Richmond, provldlng for . peal to tho Corporatlon Commlssl and were. adopted, and by Mi\ Thro morton. of Henrico, reduclng tho oeuse fen on llfe Insuranco sollclt from .1 to 25 conts, anel were rejec.l After several other nmendments w voted down the blll wns put on passage und was lost, tho voto sta **lng?fiycs, 35; noes, 35. A nmlli.n to reconslder was tn nnd passed by. Sonator Keezell reported that Senate.. liacl rejected Houso blll 286 1 had prepared a subatltuto blll api en ! prlntlno thi' rnvenucH of Slate f<n- two ' years From M?r<'h I"1- , , Mr riowmttfi clialrman nr ti- itouso Plnanco Commlttee, m"-'.i lu rejeet >. the Senate aunstltute. The motlon , prcvalletl utittnlmouelyj am'. n confer , enci Wti* ndopted. Tlie lb.-i . con fei.-..( nfo Messrs. Bowman, llaker . and Owen. .Mr. Bowman then called up Henatfl | hlll 600 out of lt** order. Tl ? i.iii i? . ii< vicin-ii lo authorlsid ihe- [Jnlteei Htute.M ?rovornment t" itcflulro tlth iej nnd jurlsdlction over cerlnlu lands ll ited nt Hewoira l'olnt, in Tnniiei Creek Distrlct "f Norfolk counl ludlng the ??lie of tlu' .famestown l-.xponttion, Mr. Bowman f-nlel he l>'"l been Informod ? thal there woulel hn n hearlnr* nn thli matter ln WnshlnKi"" ln tl i iiinrnins anel tiifii actlon hy i1'" Leglsinturo was Impernllve, Tho blll wns passed?ayes, 58* noes, n. Repeated niolloiin in adjnurn wero Voted iiown, only 1" '?0 ofTer >l ngnln tt? often us the chalr wouhl reogtilze members, Mr. Montfigue, of III ni nd, i-harai-t.-rlz. el the actlorts nf the I as "chlld's plny," The t|.,,, , llarousl cuntlnueel t.i negrlecl buslm - ror a half liour or niorc. und flnally nnn of ilm many motlons lo adjourn [ircvalled. ' Sennte Blll* Pnsscil. To provldo for tbe establlshmenl of D Stalo normal BOnOOl for women nt Harrlsonburg. Rocklnghai.? ?.nny; amended lo rnnel. Frederlcksburg, Va. To aniend nnd re-enacl Hcctlon 2 of chapter f*,. nml sectlon ns ..r chaptor 3 ol an act entltled an acl concern* ing tho bureau of lhsurnnce, nnd In urancc, BOarantce, trusts. Indemnlty, ;i<l<l11\-. securlty and fraternal benefit companles, assoclations, socleties anel orders, nnd Imposlng pOnnltles for Its vlolatlon, approved March '<. 1906. To amend and i-f-enu-! sectlons 21. 31, 30, li 15, 16 and ;; ot an act of tlie General Assembly ..r Virginia, approved March H, 1306. entltled "An act to nmend and r8-,enac( nn acl of the (Jeneral Astfe'mbly <>f virsinia, ln forco Jaritiarv 2R 18SI. e-ntitie-d 'An act . provldlng a charter for the elty of Nor ; folk, and rcpeallng the exlstlng char 1 tor." " HoiiKr UIU l'ns*nl. To establish tlie sufficlency of cer ' taln evldence as proof uf the oxistence ', of a publlc road. Thr Senato wns called p> ordor 'l promptly at 10 o'clock, and wlth the excepllon of ono or two other matters devoted thn entire mornlng to tho cori - slderatlon of tiic appropriation blll. A l e. mmunlcatlon from Judge- J. \V. O. I Blaekstonn wns read, stating lliat tho ? soigeunt-at-arms of both houses had t served papers upon fclm. glvlng notlce ? that the General Assembly wlll pro -' cccd to tako actlon against him for rc - ; rnoval. Tlie letter further said: "I nni sl< I. ln my room nt the hotel. ?> nnd nm under (lu.re- ?t u doelor, nnd ,- tvlille I do nol wish (t? plnce elther of . (lirhe gentlemen ln un iii.pleaxnnt poal i tlon, I elnlm (lin( the proceedlngs nre . lnie-onitltiiMonnl, nnd I wlll take them j (o (hr blRbent trlliunnl." -A Sergeant-at-Arrns Watklns presented ? a sworn statement, settlng forth that i he had served tho notlce on Judge L'lackstone. Arlslng to a polnt of personal privl j I lege. Senator Gravatt stated that in | The Tlmos-Dlspatch report of the vote , em the amendment he offered to the fi appropriation bill. provldlng for agri I cultural experlmental stutlon. he no tie-eel tliat Senator Walker's name had been left out of the rocorded vote, and he wanted to know whether thls was tbe case wlth the journal of the House. Ho was informed that Mr. Walker's name was not on the journal. Sonator Walker then aroso and stated that he had voted. and Senator Gravatt moved at once to reconslder the vote on the amendment. whlch motlon was defeat? ed. Had Senator Walker's vote been rocorded Senator Gravatt's amendnSent 5! would heve been adopted, as the vote I was a tle. Though it was thought that *lnot more than an liour would be de Hmandod for tbe tlnal work on the ap? proprlatlon blll, lt was nearly 2 o'clock Zi before consideration of the measurt was coneluded. Senator Folkes offered an amendment setting aside $8,000 for improvements upon the Capitol. Under thls amend? ment the House chamber will be re palnted and furnlshed and the lobbie; and tho rotunda palnted and otherwlsc Improved. Thls amendment wa; aeiopted. ? " ' .,??'-. Senator King got a substantlal in? crease for tlie summer normal schools The amount approprlated ln the blll was $5,000. Senator Kings amendment which was adopted. calls for $15,000 Sonator Gravatt would not give ui on the agrlcultural eiuestlon and of? fered an amendment calling for a sun not to oxceed $'10,000 for the suppor of an agrlcultural high school in eacl congressional distrlct of the State. He briefly addressed the Senate on tlu morlts of the amendment, and tho bene fit whlch would ho derived were these schools 'established. Senator Keezell was opposed to tin plan, and hoped the Senate would vot. thn amendment down. Senator Gravatt sald tho Senato from Rocklngham had overy right ti opposo the schools, but he did not 11k. to see tliat gentleman object to every thing offered tliat would ln any wa; benefit the agrlculturista of thls State Ho then drew a word skotch of th? Sonate as it wns drawn to him. H> plcturetl a crowd of Senators, one elect ed by the gas companles, one by th. rallroads, another hy tho power com panies and flnally one poor fel^ elected by the farmers. who found h could accomplish nothing, and though ho had better go home. This brought forth the wrath of th Rocklngham Senator, wno was quickl on hls feet. "I deny the imputatlon that the mem bers of this Senate were sent here b corporations," he declare? Senator Gravatt interrupted Senato Keezell, saying thnt lie was only re peatlng a story, whlch had been tol to him. "Well. this ls not a good placo t repeat that story." said Senator Kee zell. "I am a farmer anel represet farmers; not the klnd that Slt ln tnui offlces and flgure out what ought t happen. but men who get results." Senator Gravatt wanted to knoi what results they got, but the Rock lngham farmer was unable to quoi any ligure.s. At thls point the discusslon wi checked by tlie arrival of the hour s< for the electlon of a judge for tl Thlrtieth Judlclal Clrcult anel a civ justlce for the city of Rlchmoiid. Senator Tucker placed In nomlnutie J. Lawrence Campbell, of Radford, i judge of the Thlrtieth Clrcult. Tl nomlnatlon was seconded by Senatoi Echols und Halsey. Senator Folkes offered tho name < Hon. W. M. Turpin i'or the posltlon e civll justlce of Hlchmond; whlch non inatlon was seconded by Senntor Noc Both gentlemen received all tho voti east, und after the report of the Cui vasslng Commlttee, they wero declart elected. Houso hlll No. 310. tho board e health measure, set ns a special ordi tor 11 o'clock wns passed without .1. bate, all opposition havlng heen wltl drawn. The blll carrles $-10,000 u| proprlatloh. When tho approprlatlon blll w< agaln taken up tlie discusslon betwee Senators Gravatt anel Keezell wus n. renowed, but a substltute was eitferi by Senator Mann for Sonator Gravatt amendment. provldlng thnt tho tot appropriation fnr hlgh schools and pr mary schools shall bo $60,000, nnel thi a Hiini not to exceed $20,000 sluill 1 taken Irom the two funds for the su port of tlie agrloultural hlgh schoo! The substltute was adopted by a unai lnious vote. An aiiiendiuent offered by Senato Chnso and Parsons, provldlng th $150,000 be approprlated for supplyli tho pupils of tlio publlc schools of tl State witli freo school books, w. voteel down by a strictly party vot.>. Benator Saunders wantod tho $S(j -iehi.il the blll provides for threo clerl ln the AUdltor'S . offlco dlstrlbut. eeniiiliv among the wholo corps . clerks' and offered an amendment tliat offect. It wus adopted, after lengtliv dlacusslou, Knnator Wlckham presented i iimendment, whlch glves ^l^.ooo, tl okhVull" ut ""Jiiuieutown io t'Uia clty. "t m tho purpose of making It permanent, Sonator Lasslter offered an amend? ment, whlch was adopted, changlng the road approprlation so as to glvo .75, 000 tc. tho convlct force. wlthout In? creasing the general approprlation for roads. Many othor amendments e.f puroly a consoententlnl nature woro offered nnel iiloptod, and shortly before 2 o'clock the blll wus passed. Senator Mann prosontoel a resolution provldlng that 1.000 coples of tho Byrd llejuor law bo prlnted. The resolution was agreed to. anel at 2 o'clock the i Senato adjourned. Afternoon Sc**ilon. ! Tho slght whlch greetod the eyes of ! the Sonators on thelr return aftor tho j recess hour was Indeeo surprlslng. ' Thoro were flowers everyWhere. On j oach Senator's desk was a large car natlon, Lloutenant-Govornor Ellyson, Senator Keezell and Senator King bo I ing favored wlth a big bunch. Clerk : Bookor, hls assistants. the committee clorks, puges and even tho newspaper ! men came ln for thelr share. The flowers were an expresslon of appreclntion from tlio teachers of Rlch | mond, who have worked so falthfully I for tho teachers' retirement fuml blll recently pnsseel. To each carnatlon or bunch was attached a card upon whlch was written. "Our Last \vord." Apart from tliis the resslon wns cx tremely unintoresting. Houso blll No. 73 caused a slight. spirltless debate, but was flnally passed. The House sent tho normal school bll] over. with Fredericksburg inserted ir place of Harrisonburg. For thb amendment the Senate refused by r voto of 23 to 12 to concur. Worklng under a speciul resolutlot the remalnder of the afternoon wai consumed In nassing loca! bllls. an. in discusslng tho mode of procedure ti be adopted at the night session. Ne less than an hour was lost ln considor atlon of this matter. At 0:30 o'ciocl tho chalr was vacated. Nlght Session, At the nlght session. after tho Sonati had passed a few bllls not of grea importance. a communlcatlon was re celved statlng that the Houso had re fused to accept tho substitute fo: House bill No. 2SC. the approprlatioi blll. Senator Keezell moved that the Sen ate adhere to its amendments. Thi: was agreod to. aml a committee of con forence was nppolntoel, consistlng o Senators Keezell. Early nnel Harmou The blll provldlng for cornpulsor; attendance upon the public school: of tho State caused some debate. Sen ntor King explained the provislons o the measure. and made an earnest ap peal for its passage. Senator Hart offeroel an nmendinen provldlng that fomale chlldren slioul. be exempt from oorporal punishment Senator King dld not object to th pilnclple of tho amendment. but sah wero lt adopted thc* blll would be klll ed, as, at thls lato dav and In vle*. of tho rush of bills. it would novo get through tho House. Tho nmend ment was rejected and the bill wa passed. Senato bill No. 302, relatlve to iudgo of election. aftor a prolonged eilseus sion. was defeated by a vote of 21 t 6. Senator Hobbs in his enthuslasm vot inc: twice. Tho blll In rolation to State do posltorles wa.s passed after an argn ment of somo length, and wlth man amendments. AVn-i ?'.-lNsod By. Dr. Grnvatt was again on hand. an called up liis blll for the establlhs ment of an argriculturl hlgh schoc In oach congressional district. Thi Is practlcally the samo mensuro whlc was Incorporated In tho apprnprlatlo blll ln tho morning. Thoro were moi than three objections to this blll. an under thc worklng rulo It was passe by. The House refused to agree t the Senate amendment to tho blll ohnng Ing bank stock. Tho amendment 1 question makes no deductlon fron hnnk stock on account of debt. ns i allowed in bonds. notes. otc. Senate Halsey asked thnt tho amendments 1: iiosclnded, hut nfter somo clebnte tl: Senate refused to do thls by a vol of 16 to 15, and tho vote of tbo rhali man was requlred to declde the ma1 ter. as at flrst It wns n tle. Senator Sale reported that the Cor ferenco Oommlttoo on the Resolutlo whlch changes certaln soctions of tl Constitution had reached an ngreemen The resolution reters to tho number i times a blll shall bo road. Tbo Senai iJ| amendment, whlch provlded for roadln the tltle on three soparnte days nnd tl bill onco wus agreed to. At 10:50 o'clock tho Senate at journod. Senate ZIIHm I'ussccl. Conferriiig upon courts of equltyi i )f|certaln cases. power to entet'taln suh 'rjauainst offlcers of chal'ltablo or bene\ ii- olent Institutions havlng chargo < i- thelr funds. to enforee lawful inves 3- icent nnd management thoroof nnd pe: sonnl llablilty upon said offlcers or an ls of them for unlawfiil investment < ih management of such funds, and to ri ot'| move such ofllcors or uny of thom ai substitute others. To amend an act ontitloel "An n incorporatlng tho town of Bartc Heights. in Henrico county." apprnvc January 30, ISOfi, by nddlng tlioroto c inelepoiulent article relatlng to llen i and collectlon nf town taxes. otc, To provide Ibe commlsslons thi [: shnll be allowed county troasurers up< funds hnii.lle.l by thom, that are ralsi hy tho issuanco stnd salo of coun bonds. To atuond aml re-ennct an nct ent tled "An act to nmemd nnel re-ona .sectlon 3057 ofi tho Code of Vlrglnln nnnvoved December 26. 1903. and . further amended and re-enacted by i ncl improved March 9. 1906. ?i-n amond und ro-enagt sectlon 103 nt t c-mie of VIralula. as amendnel nnd ro-onact i.y nn aot approved Maroh ir.. n>o*. entm nn acl to amend und re-enaot sectlon 7 of the Code "f Virginia, ln relatlon to Sln eici eiKlt.irl.'H. im amt-ielod aml r.-ohaatod ,'?., annrovod Matoh io, lftou. ontltlad aot to amend and ro-eitaei sectlon 7.*,;] th. end.. nf VliKlnln, as amended anel r onneted by ?H aot approved March IB, 101 eii'.llile.l ;in net lo .imc*nd nnd re-enaot se tlon 7.*>:i nf tha i'i.de of Vhslala, in redntl te> Klutc denoiitarles. Tr nnienil ellld ve-oiiaet sectlntl Ul'J e.f t wJcoUo of Viruinlu ua horolotoro umendud, i-elntlon to achool offlcers ar.d teachers not. liavlng any perunlnry Intercal ln school b. oko, appllances, furniture, or 'supplles; exceptlons; neither fehooi nor corporation ofllcers to diicount warrnnla. To authorlsa nnd emnpwcr ihe Board of Supervlsors of Warren county. Va., ln thelr illncretlon, to expend nnel contrlbuto an? nually out of tho Ronernl levy of snld county a mm of money to alel In the maintcnanco nml efficlency of Company D, Soventy-soo oiiii Reglment, Infantry, Virginia vplunteers. To amend nnd re-ennct an act entltled nn act to provlde for au^horixItVK county and clty school boards to sell or exchange publlc school properly, approveei May 21, lSSTj ? . tt-iiillng thn mme provisions to dlitrict Hciiool boarels. To nmend *nd re-chact sectlons 1119, I4S.", 1 n l l. 1618 and I7,tc ot tho Code of Vlrglnln, ni heretofore nmended, In relation to publlc Vree schools for countles nnd the llterary rond, House Bllls I'lis-.-d. To amend anel re-enact clauses and sec tlctiH 1, ", 3 aml 4 of an act entltled un act provldlng for the appointment of a State Board of Health and local boards of health, elchnlng the dutles anel powers and com? pensatlon thereof; and of thelr members, Officers aml iir-ents In connectlon wlth thc preservatlon ui public health, and prescrlb Ini,- pennltle? agalnst wltnesses falling to oboy subpoenas issued to a sald State Board of Health, or ar.y authorlzed member thereof, for rofudng to testir-.- dr otherwlse ae-ung In coni.mipt ot snld board, or its duly authorlzed mombers, approved Alurch 7. 1900 (sectlon l'lld Coda of 1D0I); to reponl sec? tions 1711, 171'.. 17HI, 1717 ani 1718 of tlie Code of Virginia. 13S7. und otlier acts and parts of acts in conl'llct hcrowlth; to provldo for tho appointment of a Health Commls? sloner and hls asslstants, and to provlde for thelr compensatlon. To am'iiil unil re-enact sectlons 1 and S of nn aot entltled ?n act to establish n . : poratlon court for the elty cf Brlstol, Ir Washlngton county, approved february 12 | To provlde a new charter for the city o BiMtol, and *o repei.1 all other acts or part: lof acts In confllct tlierewith. To iirovlde for submtttlng ihe question o tlie removal of the courtlioi.se of any countj to lho eiuallled voters eif auch countv, une ln the event mc)i removal ls voted, to au tluTlzo the board of supervlsors to aequlri necessary land and erect bulldings. Tc amonel L-nd re-onact sectlons 2, 3, nne G of nn act of the General Assembly of Vir? ginia, entltled an act to provlde a nov\ charter for tlie town of Pulaskl, approve february :. 1898. To provldo eln certnln cases) for the com pulbOry attt'ii-laece of cblldren between tht ages of olght and twelvo years upon tlu publlc sclioois ot Virginia. ar.d provldln-i peiiially for fallure, nnd designatlng the manner of collecttng such penaities. To regulato the sale of clder and other ln toxlcants ln Arvonln vlllage, Hucklnghtin county, Va. To amenel nnel ro-enact nn uct. entltled ar aet lo amend sectlon 3 of an act ameneliiif the cbarier of the. town of Xorton, ln WIs, ccunty. (Acts of 1903-3-4), approved Mav 'i 1003. HEAVY limiK E As the sporting writer woulel ex press it, Judge Wltt went to the ba threo times ln the Hustlngs Cour yesterday and lined out a couple o iwo-buggers. lle got on to the deliv ory of tho men ln the box, falling ti be sent from the bench?lnstead of ti tho bench?by puzzllng ctirves. RIchard Kldd. charged wlth mall cious wounding, tossed the bulls uv; tho plate in tho openlng round. Ther was nothing dolng, and ho got hls ro lease. Benjamln Mayo, u southpaw, shot !i a few hot ones, using the splt-bal whlch was calculated to tlazzle ti*. butter. On a slow drop, however, h was touched up for a ilouble, and fo hls poor work he got a couplo of year Iri the pen. Incidentally, he wa charged wlth somethlng more serldu thnn tiic steullng of bases. When .lolin Tunstall spat on hl hands and gave tho court a stralgl l.all wlth a world of speed behlnd . he failed to mako anybody fan tli breeze, the leather being burled ' f left-fleld for a two-bagger. The fnr left the room. whlle Tunstall wus le to tlie pen for two yoars. lio did n; cut bases. hut cut another fellow. MACHEN IS FREE AGAIN WHEELING, W, VA., March 6.?Al srustu'a W, Machen. former ofticlal i the Po'st-Oftiije Department, at Wasl !f; Ington, D. C., who has served n ter t-;of several years ln the West virgtn r> I pen at Moundsville, was roleased i iv mldnlght, ntul left on nn early trnln f. i'r hla home ln Washlngton. He sueceei j. I ed tn evaeling newspaper men . fro nl I Washlngton. who hnd bcen at Mouiul vlllo two elays awaitlng hls release. ct During hls tenn, Machen wns chl mlnccountant of the prlson and wi ?rl givop untisual prlvlleges; Fle frequen ui ly came to Wheellng theatres ai Of I parks, but usually maintained nn li | cognlto. at IP IM THI Dctcriiiinecl Not to Let Lcgts lators Get T''.ir Alicatl iu Con sideration of Bills. "I am well up wlth my work ol readlng anel slgnlng bllls passed by the leglslature," said Governor Swan? son when seen ln hls oflice yesterday, "anel though thls requlres a groat deal of additional time at my desk. I want m press the matter, so that when tlu* luw makers get through next week I will not be far behlnd them." Thus far the Governor has not vetocd a slngle blll, nor has ho allow? ed one to become law without hls sig? nature. On yesterday he sent a mes? sage oC condolenco aiul sympathy, through Governor A. L. Harris, e.f Ohlo, to the stricken . parents whose chll? dren were burh'Cd to death in tho h%r rlble school flre In a suburb of Cleve? land. Viin.x to Llbrary. Immedlately aftor the adjournment of Uie Leglslature neSt week thc Gov? ernor Will namo a Jolnt commlssion *o take charge of the construction of the new annex to tlie State Llbrary. An ef? fort will be made. ho says, to complete tho work in one year. The wlng Is to be on the southern sldo of the building, and will be th-3 oxnet size anel shape of that on the north slde. Tho sum appropriated for tho addition is SS5.000, and bids on plans and specificatlons will be asked for wlthln a short tlme. lt is purposed to Install tho Vlrginla mlneral und timber exhlblt on the flrst floor of tho new portlon of the bulld? lng. This oxhibit was presented to tho Stato by tlie company through Gover? nor Swanson, anel was accepted by tho Leglslature. It is now housod intact on tlio Jamestown Expositlon grounds. Contractor R. Leo Peters has exhlbited in tho rotunda of the Capltoi plcturer* showlng designs for decorattng and furnishing tho interlor of tho bulldlng. nnel especlally the rotunda and tho two li glslatlve halls. L'p to thls limo no approprlation has beon mado for tliis purpose*. b'ut such an item may yet ba lusorte-d ln the general revenue act. Conventlon Debiites. To tho gra'tlflcatton of all who are entltled to coples, the second volume of thc dobates of the recent Constltutlonal Convention have been received by Sec? retary of the Commonwealth D. Q. Eg gloston, and wllt bo dlstributed by him at onco. Tho debates were odited and ?complled by Hon. .1. H. Lindsay, of Charlottesville, a momber of the con? ventlon. and. the socond volume has beon under preparatlon for nearly fivo year?. Judgo William F. Rhea, the new State Corporatlon Commisslotier, dld not ro turn from his homo (n Brlstol yester , day, and wltl probably not como be I foro Monday. No cases aro sc body. until Marcl always plenty of 1 commlssioners. Old Uoofc A volume. e Poetus," tlikei in Aprll.. 1S6 for hearlng by the 17th, but there ls . jutlne work tor the ,c.k Comes Hack. f "Crabbe's Posthumoiia from the stnte Llbrary hns heen returned. It came In by mail to Librarian Mellwnln.' yesterday. On the fly loaT of the book appeac thoso words. wrltten In penctl: "Elphonso Youngs tu Owen R. Wlxam. "Stolen (taken is marked out nnd th< wo.-.l stolon suhstltiii.e.ii from tho Rebol Capltoi Llbrary after the fall of Rlch? mond, Aprll ". 1805." nn h card ln tlie book wi th "Rbti L. P r.i* ??i q et, Washlngton, D C, March, lO^SJ Annual I'urlm Btill; Well nnd glves best results lf you uso tho right klnd of fuel. Wa sell. that klnd, und always keep a largo stock ln our yards to supply your needs. XVo wlll flll your order . TO-DAY Call us up-?Phone 177. Samuel H. Cottrell & Son, 1103-1117 W. Marshall Street.