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KR, GRYMES FOUND GUILTY
Hud Gi.cn One Year's Confinement in tbe
UK ARREST OF JUDGMENT ASKED FOR.
wotton to rw> ?aeejwei bi Coasreel ti>i>
injj Itaatrnetlaa* i<> the
i *sn - ken by the foreman ol
, tl inti
Ity and fi\ his pun
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cd in the
iain, but hei
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? office. I
. the wit
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alh fi ii. uni
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I Mr. Smith if he ha
was br u
? . til*- indictment, while it is
? . ind bv
? thi> city ?
tho oh-rk. The *e
. itv. hut I
? ? the ne mvy, not the
na, and the
,r i. lt wa ? duty
I . and
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Smith, a'; In
have d nf
when the lation
ide that t.
B ll ? :it It>
? ? tiie instnl''
be iii the
I t > try inder that
agent oi em]
s to putt |
ate waa paaaed be
iffrages of their fol.
aft ??'!. un
? ? ;. truei rep?' d them, and tins
in, Yon are no! guilty i |m?I i
. me guilty
! itend have
:i-i be i aid I ?
leight ol abeu
ul the i'ii".t"dy of the money
lin K. (,'bildrev him ?
ity, anti as
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mt,uh nts com.
. in the ju
.-, ith-iit arj
? i Carry tb ary "'?'?
aaaaTaxaaa r^ bi
They weat o-ut ai eix minutes to ft o'clock,
? mead-one crowd waited with al
tt'-at breathless intent Ur tbe reault. But
"w spoke above a whisper.
lae suspense with the relatives of the
prisoner waa aSaoting. and many worda of
?apathy ware cxpreeeed for them. They
^d* Mr. Orytnee.es thew ham aona at
day during th* trial. ftt
twelve minuet after B o'clock the harv
returned They filed into their eeaV_3
* l-ik Lawton Bald l
(i.ntlem. n of the jur . .,,-ivrr to your nanua
Rober I Anderson. thoma* Bruton. Alexander
Vi \i-du- .Jacob llachrteh, (Scorse R. rdnor
.li , o-c;h Strsme i.nnd.,1,|, I.. Norna. J ?
j' ita delivered by Colonel
? nder \v. Aieh.-r. foreman, sad Mr
Smith said be erse satisfied with thc. verdict
Aftei air dy nm-had received tb* verdict
he sat with his hand to bia face with a calm,
e verdict vms signed Colonel
er, in a few wehWhoeen words, thanked
ken ami thec< iii tttendanta for tin.
court! it their hands, and the
Judge responded m a graceful meaner.
I he jurj was then I and tiled ont
<>f tb.> court-room. Then for tbe aral I
the jury had come in did th.- lu/./. ..f
con vernation rise al re whamers, Everyone
..1 deeply impressed with the seri..usn, ss
Mi.) Stringfellow male m motion to set
as .1 the verdict, which w::s overruled.
He then made u motion f>>r en arrest of
mont, and was about to argi,
win u Mr. Smithi
Ii '..-nt Honor pleas.-, we have Leen [g
the court-room all .lav. and the air at pres*
? di : ae I bia trial has been t great
ship and unpleasant duty with me, and I
h..p.- you will post,...ne thc argument until to?
lt was agreed that argument should be heard
at ii o'clock to-daj. and the court adjourned.
/ // / l.l ll \l)I I s.
Confirmation lervlcafl l lu int lan F.ndeavnr
two chapels of St. John's church will
.ted by Bishop Whittle Sunday after
. and the i I infinnation udminis
each. I h.- servii a at Weddell
bapel, I lenny stree-. Fulton, will
1 P. M. '1 he se; -. chepel of
I, win. ii is situated on
twenty-eighth street between Leigh and M.,
and which nong tho
will be at :. p. M
ty of Christ
?avor ol the Seventh-street Christian
inc. An attractive programme
Lev. I ir. S. A. Goodwin,
? nue baptist church, has con?
ifer the sermon before the
..?ii the annual celebrati
-I al Sunday Bi boola I f
ind Manchester will take place. The
.et. win. Ii arc Mon?
umental, st. John's, Christ. Weddell-Metno
ial, will hold their
I, Jin 1 the Bchi iola west of
? St. Jami
al, Sc Andi
? will be held at St. -Inm'-s. The
the sch....ls will be given in on this
. :11 Le mad.-, the
li*",. J. K. Mason,
lurch, will speak at St. Paul's,
:,. L. B. Mas. .n, of Crace church,
, ink at Sc James. Monumental Sun?
day -school choir will lead tim music at St.
and St. .laims choir at St. James
D .burch extension will
id to note the progress of a new Episco
- burch building in that flourishing
? Richmond, Barton Heights. Dur
mimer of 1890 the young men of
rch, tl enrico, having organized
dei i be auspices of theil Bl
..I (Chapter near Hurt, .ii
: iund a Sunday I '? ?? I wa
Pl i t thirl l.pis
< pal ian.dies already located thereabouts
and ir mission
s. rvice. in (Ictober th< I Emman
I ns thal ? city
coulde. work such a mission
?i . >t his ..wn communi
.it \ icinil \ . stinted a Sun hiv a
and atten. \ meeting of the citi
- wlu.-ii wa ? led, show
ind earnest determination to build a
A committee was ap] - ?licit
?;i location. Mr. Lar
ton r itiful lot,
bul offered forthis purpose for
-? CU i'd pr..
b and labor. The
try cordially indorsed theme r
. ordered i donation of WOO to pay f or
the i for the same,
and itlso a building committee of ita own
Services and Sun,lay Behool were held
- ? ifti public sch....I
ling until about the middle of De?
cember, when tiny moved to a more
central point in a room erected by Mr.
lents and entertain?
ments only ..ne M..ck ir.un the proposed site
e church. The building committee with
the aid of a local builder and architect
by this time ad..pt cl a plan fora Gothic frame
tower, l?lfry and steeple, and with ri
eland transepts for choir end vestry
basement of brick, nine feet pitch,
.ol ro.un. Thu gr..und was
the middle ol Decem?
ber and ition tinished before
Cont re given out and the
building now stands in and nearly
vith double siding, and the cont
i|\ thc basement by tbe
f Jul; I .,' , -Cuiat.-d cost 1- -
uot including cost of lol
...ly paid mit. As usual
their Lest to encourage
and i,.lp th< Their guild hus
paid the building fund 1130,
Lut m w ? looking ahead and lay.
?..ls for church furniture, _c.
. u raised by private
?'. I he Emmanuel and Marton
? gatii -ns. and a collection at
al chun-li will be taken next Whit
Sunday for the benefit of tins building, it
the occasion of bishop Ran
i gular visitation L>r confirma?
tion. The building committee expect to
borrow on mortgage a sufficient amount to
inch their work to rapid completion, but they
the rich and tho liberal in till
? hurches will feel an interest
and help with donath ns an enterprise which
nly helps the general good of the whole
PA I \ ll SO 'ti i, I .\ EBAL COOM l
Presented to R. R, Lea Cfctnp, Con.* derate
Veteran*, Last I.vening.
The meeting of Lee Camp last .vening was
Invitations were received
? J] Camp, Pickett-Buchanan
Camp and Maury Camp to memorial day aer
\ rfolk and Fredericks
burg. The Camp decided if possible to visit
..il painting of General
ke, painted by Mr. J. !'?
r, for whoa artistic w.-rk and splendid
ljka-i. imp expressed their apprecia?
tion by aumin ii te ol thanks, was pre
: was unveiled by little M.-?
when Major Randolph pre.
. .| tn the Camp OD b'diftlf ol th..se who
the work done this splendid likeness ,,f
?al John R. Cook.-, their late beloved
? r, and in (hung so he began by say?
Commander, comrades and hi.Pcs- At thi rea
.mr;.des i have the honor to pre
? to you hs the commander of
nted ami much
.munni'!, r, General John R.
I,, ears to come aa w? meei in trna nail we
shall' ll ' -' '"'im' ? "'V1
lip, hui r.s: we look iii his noble
face li rateful that it was our good tor?
so mme ream to have po*.
! mich a friend. As I look at
trsil Of th.- mun I loved
in Ihe world after my father I am pro
fonndlv grateful to my comrades of the com?
mittee for the opportunit) th.-y nave given me
of . \. . tar as I am able my a Imiration
tum for to in nd John R Cooke a- a
,. a tn- nd hii I ( hn.-tian gentleman
Majoi Randolph then delivered a lengthy
and truly beautiful address, which reviewed
ral Cookes life ami leeriest, especially
dining the war.
,1 x mder W. Atelier IO an
.s.-.i the picture on be.
i th* cann.. He brought many tears
from the old soldiers ss he told of the sffei
tioaal n which General Cooke held
th. merni era of the Camp.
Maa) la d tha occasion with their
The picture trill be on exhil>ition at West,
Johns'..-ii J Co.'a next Week.
rio.. -?<?. < arpenter.
'I he Profes-or will pive at the matinee to?
day ead agata thia evening bia instructive and
totting lecture on mesmerism. The matinee
is expressly given for the scholars of the vari?
ous schools. The antics of hia aubjsett are
amusing?intenaely se, . I
Exercises Take Place at the Academy of
SPEECH BY MR. P. H. RICHARDSON.
DsjUvavr aff l~*vfaae--AeMs*eeees by i>r**ident
Jon?.t -tod ot hara? Decorations
of th* Stage.
Although tlie day waa dark and dreary and
Uie lowering clouds hung low, j estel day usa
undoubtedly the brightest period in the brie
tory of the Vfagtajla Mechanics' Institute.
1 anded only a few vears Sfo with
11 pitiful handful of students
s few volunteer instructors, it baa
grown anti proapered beyoud all s?
pectation, until now its glory aheda radiance
into the |ir?? ,,f umnv hundreds of Rich
ni. .nds yoong men. Thi exercieeaof
tne session of this guim! institution took
evening at tbe Ifozart Academy of
Music. A steady ram vms falling, but not?
withstanding tho weather the bouse was areli
hlhd with friends snd relative, ,,f tuc stu
and i'>"Ks of anxiety an i anticipation
numerous. Thi aeata in the oruneetra
were reserved tor the students, ami when
they flied in al-.ut :;. 1 atrongil waa sst
I which any city might well be pl
I lie stage was arranged in the form of a
square, lt- sides were covered *Aith speci?
mens of free-hand, mei nanice] and architec?
tural drawing and specimens - linc.
works werefs nd the expectations
oj th.- prjblie and can stand the teeta of
til** Bsional critics. Ai
tbeatage waa arranged an electrical telephone
which waa made by one of the boya, and t<>
one aide sat several electrical min lune- math'
11 H. Kindervater, aasisted by s friend.
There was un ? motor, incandescent
light*, bells, induct! rn coila and mi
Illumes. Among those on the "-tage worn
Colonel ll. C. Jones, the presidenl ut
the institute Colonel C. P. K. Burgwyn,
the print .pal: w. J, Whitehurst, chairman of
ht'tii committee: Mr Charlo** Campbell.
VV. C. Alum.ms, I;. B. Munford, Captain I..
?I B aher, Mr. Joeeph Bryan and the instruc?
tors at the Institute.
rai sn>] st's ai.-.
Al 8:40 o'? lock Mr. W. J. Whiteh
and in a few appropriate wonda presented
Colonel H. C. Joni lent, who
inatle a neat address of welcon who
were presenl snd briefly stated thi
and henotit.s of tho inatitu ion rle told of its
organization only a few y< inder cir?
cumstances by n>i mean- bright, mid cf its
wonderful ano powerful growth and how its
influences for good eading in
every direction. He said that yoting
men who before entering its doora
hail been working for flo or 120 per month
now draw salaries from anon >
per year. He declared that if all mechsnica
could nave the opportunity of such institu?
tions the existing trimbles between labor
snd capital would bc whollv unknown, and
that labor would be on a plane far
above capital. In closing Ins address
he told <d' the greal need of funds to properly
conduct the institution and made an aloq
appeal in its behalf. After < lolonel Jones ha<l
taken his seat Mr. Whitehurst stated thal s
liberal friend had donated fr50Q, which was
to be divided into prizes au.l given
to those who had won thom by bani
work iind close study. 1 hos-) prizes
then awarded by the principal, Colonel
burgwyn, together with the regular annual
prizes, each winner coming forward as his
name was called. The following are the suo?
Em . ? on the following
??ii un.eh modify the naea of bron
niid woo l. combined in bridge construction,
an I which make the u-.- of ir..n preferable."
Prize Best, S'S) to Philip Moncure; second
. Howard L. Whitlock. Honorable
m. w. 1 . Weat.
r Urtntiina Drawinga on imperial
pai er indie-, an 1 a tracing Ol tho
same on tracing cloth. I. Best d*sign for a
house ? r public building, showing plans, eleva?
tions on one sheet ? KW <>r
to be lesa than S4.0W. Prizes: Sift, to Mitford
Sims; next - to C. W. Montgomery.
Ii.stiitmriital Jlraxeing.- ila-* A: Drawings
on imperial paper stoHxSi^ inches, l. 1 eal
sheet of drawings, such a- screws, plsni and
i mn-, wheels, spur, bevel, oems, eccentrics
ami gearing. I*rizea b- Ueurge A.
er: second beat ff 10 to Bistcom Carrington,
li: Beat enlarced scale design ur draw*
r detail work with plan**, elevations mid
! . ? |5 to W, E. Adams.
Honorable mention: Alexander Walker, me
ling. I >eaign for sculptural orusun nt in stnno or
marble, or enriched moulding. I'n/.e: Beat. SIS
to lien). '1 homes; sat. ffS to H. Calder.
Model of dowers or foliage fr.'in nature in ro?
bot'. Best, fi'-. Arthur C. Thornton, staturtto
of an inimal in relief or animal- bead in tho
round and relief. I lames Phillips;
secon I bent, Bl". B. Duckhardt.
Mechanical bwvoi i/s. Drawings on imperial
? inches, and a tracinc o:
hame on tracing cloth Pirat. Plan elevation
and section of a locomotive or stationary en?
gine from copy or akatch. Prizes: Best, ffffO, to
Vi. V. Hum S10. to ' " orL't:
t'. p. ond. Plan, elevation aiei
tion ol an officers ear, to accommodate t>m
eraona. aa to ileeping-room, dining and sit?
ting-room and office. Prizes: Bout. si5, to Vi.
Freeland lirmoufi. No. 1. best composition
? 1 carved freize in small work tthal
irnitnre or Ulterior decoration), to George
I. Harrison.ffSO; second beat to UorSattiam,
110; Ni. -' beat repeate 1 compoaition for freize,
? : 01 panel, auitable tor bold work 111
stone or wood, to George C. Bulgood, sim
I best, to K. B. Meale, Jr., Sin:
bi -t compoaition compiled for ornamental
I, renaissance Mutable for stone or terra?
cotta, to John Alluisi. Sin. No. 4, best drawing
ol whole human figure irom tim round to K.
Juiekhardt, Si": second beat to Judson Talia
ferro. Sr*: best mask to James Phillipa, U.'?;
best ham! or foot to E. B. Meade, Jr., si.
No. .'1. beat grouping not less than three of con?
ventional lonna from the plates, making sym?
metrical patterns, to Littleton Fitzgerald. SS;
l I beat, to Joseph G. Baker, *.">. No.... best
head from rial, to Charita Davis, ST: si ec,al
prize, to H. B. Montgomery, *7; second best
.irav.iiiKr from highest-grade plate, ornamental
design, to Wallace p. Laughton. >t!.'): third best
drawing from second grade i.late, ornamental
, to W. 'J'. Johns, gs.
For greatest improvement ni scientific essays,
prize, by the the instructor, l>r. M. J'. Hogs, Jr.
tera Unabridged Dictionary, to w. li.
eSSSV On "Ibo Appli?
cation uni Importance of Sulphuric A''nl to In?
dustrial Art.'' i'ri/es: first, fflO, Thomas
Whittet; second, ?*?.'?. C. P. W
Electricity. -Beal eaaay on "Electra Metal?
lurgy.' Prizes: First, SIB* George A. Tow. r;
second. S10, II. Kindervater.
Physics?Clmtt JL Best essay on "Puueye,
Levera, Their Application." Prizes; First, sift.
Bl. N. Anderson; second 110. Georgs A. Tower.
Class A: Beal ereej on "Attraction and Cra\i
tation " Prizes: l'ir-t, lift, I- wi Minor;
Arithmetic?Cimtt k\ Beat written examina?
tion, it ii test questions. Prize, sw, to Georgs
D. Priddy. Class B: First division Best writ
amination, ten test question*. Prize. SM.
\rithtnetic ( la?s }*.: Se. ..ul
division. 1>. st written exanniiaMoQ, ten test
ni- l'n/e. S10. to Charles H. Win
Himorai-? S, McGruder Hinton.
. i : Be-t written examination, ten lea*)
quest iona prize fi ,to James W. Tsliaferro.
Honorable mention. George Winebruuu
p Beat written examination, ten test
questions. Prize. S10, to E. <>. Lewis.
ila-* I Best written .-lamination, ten Bast
qneationa. Prize Bio. to Edmund IL Bell,
il i. .ruble mention, John Welsh
Mw ' r . Best written examination, ten teat
questions. Prize, HO, t<> W. P.. Williams.
i. ?,. !. -t a n tt tu examination, ten test
problems Prise. fflO, Bo John J. Power-. Hon
orableMenl I (snopa ead w. B. Wil?
/', toonometry, -Besl written examination, ten
teat problems. Prize, ff 10, to Howards. Wiut
lock. Honorable Mention?WilUam H. Wood.
Bwok-Keepi '7 -ClaesA; Lest general average
on attendance, deportment and gradation.
Prizes: First, fflO, toT>. C. Horgan; second lr-.
\ p Russell's prize), *r>. to C il Winston.
Class B: Beet general av< rage on attendance.
deportment and gradation. Prizes: FiriU, tj\n,
to W A. Ansell, sud diploma: second Mrs. A. P.
. ll s pri/e . 15, to S. A. Hall, aud diploma:
Georgs D. Wilson, diploma.
THE OKA 1 OR.
After the prizes and diplomas had all Leon
delivered Colonel John Purcell presented the
orator of tba evening, Mr. F, ll. UmhariUjon.
editor of the Atlanta (Ga.) JoUTBel. Colonel
Biehardaon is n, gentleman of Uno personal np
penrHiice, not unlike tiur own Harrv Smith,
Cunimi'inseiilth's Attonmy. His style Hs easy
lint! graceful, and his voice clear nml woll
inodulftted, and he hehl with ease the iitton
tiou of his audience, in the t?nurse of bia
speech bs said;
Public education In any Just senss is, indeed,
the child nf this century, and public education
such as is now afforded in the Binn lptelhgent
and most liberal communities is the child of this
generation. Wise i ublie policy, true philan?
thropy and noble public spirit have in our lima
not only pieced knowledge within the reach of
all, hut hsve devised sndput into practice edu
cational a) atrina l.ettar adapted m tbe needs of
the maaac* and more productive ot real power
than anv which have preceded them.
I ar.i in the present century a European mon?
arch who Ind seen his realm ovarTUS and Ins
armies disgracefully defeated hv a hated in?
vader had the wisdom to perceive and the
courage to declare that the fatal weakness of hu
people lav not ni their stunt, int in their igno?
rance. He could hardly have addressed to them
words better calculated to aronae. tin ir na?
tional pride or to increase their emili.!
luther sovereign than IBS**: 'We hsve, in?
deed, lost in territory and fallen in external
power and splendor, hut *? amata** to it that
wo gain in internal power and splendor; and
hence it ia my earnest de.ire that th* greatest
attention lie given to the instruction of the peo?
I he truest statesman ia be who realize* most
profoundly the importance of developing into
practical power the intellectual force of the
peonle: the t?eit patriot ii ho who ia moat i r.<
foundly concerned that thia tremendous fore*
shall have right direction: thu most useful
t hilsnihropist ne who contribute* most hy in?
fluence or material means to e.-tahh-h. equip
and maintain agencies for thc true education of
un is sana*.
When we see the moat learned of men bowed
:n humble confession that what they know is as
nothing tn what is knowable we realize how
brief ll the span of lib- uni how small our
larges* opportunities in comparison to the rest
ness of nature and of the accumulated a tores of
literature, sch nee and art.
lt is HBfe to my that the edm-ation in beet
wh ch produces the largest result onl of th*
ii n ural endowment of us subject. Itu e. pia.ly
certain that what ia called *ducation often aup
pi.ta only a ina-s of dead knowledge, without
quicken n?' in 'he alight! st degree th* laullec
tual or morai faculties, and without fitting Ita
re.-lpnnt for pr...lu the work of any sort what*
'lins tendency towards practical education
is .ie ol tin most i.e.'i ing siam ime?
It'has Wen reaisted. but happuy resisted ia vain
hy tn. -h. ia sentimentalism whi h -hud.lera
at the m.: .ii ihat education should
bave any relation to na that it
si...Hid bea aorl ofaeriahintantible.rose-colored,
dainty and dreamy in
I I shier and still leu reepeettble protest has
been offered by thal ipeciea nf snoh
whi.-h atlee's to look .h.wu on in?
dustrial pursuits. L ta not to ls. sup
p .-ci thai tm- Bill; notion detera from seeking
mi md tis trial education man-, youths, who Lim
sufi), nut inti llii<. n.. and pluck 10 ts come use?
ful in *ny of the noil.- mechanic ari ?
tani to hear these wor.L whud. James 1 ar
t"ii wrote many )< ar~ ago when InduatriaJ
cation was m its Infancy in the United Stat)
JAMKS I'Altr.iN'S Wolli.s.
"Compara th. mechanics m the novelty works
with the clerks in Htewart'a store. 1 h> 1
arc excellent fellows; they I" .1* well, dress
underatand their business and are In every re?
spect worthy niembei ??: hut our best
mechanics have a certain tores of manhood, a
weight of character and depth of reflection
rareli seen in iho-c wi.dj buj and sell. 1
>h-. ii I be son inytliing t.. .hs: srage
..ii institution* of learning seveitheli
feel confident dec an intelligent youth who re
mains ai school nntil he is 1 u< 1 u 01
ami then apprentici d to a good I rade .an -
better education out of bia shop with sn hour a
atnd plea in the en n au than
.:et inanycollege in ex atence
iso. ia) a betti r eda 1 thia ne* and
lng country,where for fiftyyeara at hast
to corm- no man can hope to play a leading pan
except in wielding natural forces, I sac. then.
ladu of sixte, n. it you would lay the foundal
for sui ? begin bj learning a trade,
If von wonld escape the perdition ol being a
fool learn a trade. If you would do a man a
r your country begin the work of prepa?
ration by learning s tra
thal every city in this land had a
school Uko your .Hechsuica' Institute; iiad the
public spirit to give it such a school to open to
(ts yon tn the avenues to productive employ
ment.the way to a thorough practicali dues tion,
to give them auchsgood chance to grow up
hgt ni .-md useful citizens.
Mr. Richardson then gave a number
interesting ? showing the relation be?
tween idleness an I crime, and said that he be?
lieved we were in the dawn of a better
for our educstional system. Ile expressed
shame at the fa. t that ai me of the members
of tim Constitutional Convention of Georgia
of is:-sh,,wed ..pp..sit,..a c. a liberal policy
Of pilbil ? education.
H.- gav.- interesting teeta in regard to what
his os u State had done and was now doing aa
. ds public education, and mentioned
grand work done by the schools of technoL
ogv in that and other stat.---.
tl le to the honor of Itichmon i that among her
citizens bavs been found a nnmlier mifticii ni to
. stablish and maintain ?uch a school as tins. It
is to the honor of Vii com 1 rn
ins herself so profoundly about tn. education
of h.-r children Kbe long ago pul ber foot upon
Ihe miserable theory of one or her early colo?
nial Governors, who, in lari, wrote,: "I thank
tidd there an no free schools nor printing, and
I h ip- we shall not have I I hundred
years, tor learning haa brought disobedience
and heresy snd aecta into Ihe world, and print?
ing baa -hem and hi-.-ls against the
ivernmeiit. < ..>,[ keep ua from both "
She bas rather cherished and followed the
precept ol h< r own ill us'non- -.n. who said: "1
the diffusion of light and education ai
tl ? resource m au to he retie t on fur amelio?
rating the condition, promoting tim virtue
awl advancing the happiness of mun. \
of s'l-neral instruction, which shad reach evi rv
description of our citizens from tbe richest
to! rho poorest; as ii iras the earliest
soil Miall be tbe leteatof h1! the publiccenci 1 na
in which I shall permit m\ae!t t.< take an inter
eat. Hive it to us in anv shape, and receive for
the inestimable boon the thank.-of the young
? nd the blessings of the old. who are paat all
.- serving i ut prayers for the prosperity of
their country and bleseingeto those who pro
dbe spirit of Virginia to-dav ia tl
I raon. and not that of .-ur William
1 ? ley.
I corni to you from a 'state whose people.
wa"di willi intense snd fra ,-rnal int. r.-t every
In lioation of your returning prosperity, a- -
with the tenderest sympathy
roar sore affliction, lo aa the nam.- and th.
traditions of Virginia aro very dear. Whi D I
great Oeorgian declared in the Bens
Dnited States that he hoed every lins of Vir?
ginia's history he -poke for the hen:
whole people. Long av,-., we learned to honor
ilia for ber gloriona lervicea t.> ..ur com
eonntry, for the genius and the grace
I le, tor the mighty men and the noble
women who have enriched and adorned ber an
mu-, but we love her for h.-r unspeakable Buf?
fel igs in a struggle which waa our*aa much
aa hers, and because her soil was made forever
Barred to us when it received tho blond ...
Georgia's beal nu 1 i.raicst tons.
We have watched your hard and perplexing
truda In later years and have been di
touched by tho courage and patience with which
net them. Aol I use no 1. Ile words when 1
-?re that as Georgie seei Virginia emerging
triumphant from h.r trials, coming out of the
vallav of the shadow in which it was ordained
that she should walk so long, li fsela a
thrill of joy and sends np 1 >f grateful
thanksgiving to the God of ronr deliver*?, e.
Ooldea 1 .inc- KnigiitH.
Richmond Ca-tle. Ho. 4. Knight* Golden
Eagle, heida very enthusiastic meeting last
ev.-ning ut their castle, Ninth and Lr;.:
.streets, and exemplified the work of the
ond ?.r knight's degree upon six candidates,
assisted by sn- Knignt E. ic Jones, past maa
t er of ree.,rds.,f i ha in pi., n Castle, \o. .",, ,,t Al
?zandria, and Sn- Knight .lames ii. Thomp
II nam ike Castle No. 3, of Roanoke.
Castle ia ma most flourishing condition
and receiving now candidates every meeting
Richmond Commander}'. No. 2, Knights
Templar, will attend St. Paul's church in a
b dy in full regalia next Sunday night and
tlmre perform the Ascension Lav Berrie** ac
oordiagto their ritual. Lev. Hartley Car
michtel, t inembet of tics rominaadery, will
preach thc sermon
A uaw lodge of Knights of Pythias, known
ns Ivanln - No. 74, bas Leen organ ,1
in Uiehmond. lhere are thirty-five chtTter
merni., rt, among then Sir Kt.-gilts Q I
Knsken, P. A. Arthur. R. M. Smith and S. S.
bishop. T_e ciiart-r bas been obtaiaed, the
pnernalia is daily expects l and th* lodge
wil be instituted next week by Ptst-4 irand
Chancellor IL T. Cnunp.
Richmond Ott*, Louie P. Itnssieux to Rosa
Holdsworth, ll Minn street, lloltll
ayest oorner New. < 10.000,
Samuel Heiiiaman to DruciUe Lav
feet on west side Md street near Ijeigh,
C. T. Peary lo P. E. Schmidt, U :.-r, fe. ?
Fifth street, southwest corner Laker, fl. 0
Ikmrioo County. James H. Harton to Austin
kenbr-iiigli. trustee, lots 3. i and G. block
ll Brookland Lark. 1900.
John U. Mcdaniel's trustee to P. p. Pinch,
ftfeet on west ? de .lame--, street between
William and Westlington, tl50.
I'ertonal sad i..-..,:. I
Th* Health Committee yesterday removed
one of the street sweepers, JonB BtssSS. (SJ
the charge of insubordination, after giving
the matter a full hearing.
The members of the Germania and Stone?
wall Commender*! i of the Golden Guild w. r.
Kaid 0L41X) yesterdav on matured certificates,
inre February ;?t members ..t the Golden
Guild have received o\er *5.G00 in this .dtj .
Mies Louise C. Hundley, of No. 13 south
Fifth atreet. baa just returned from a visit lo
ber sister. Mrs. W. R. Rigg, of Kauawha
falls, W. Va,
Tbcy Refuse to Allow a Bridge Over Four?
ACTION ABOUT SWINGING OF GATES.
Various Other Mattera of Mom or Less In?
terest, snd City Notes In
The City Council held an adjourned meet?
ing "last ^evening with President Perdue
in the chair. The meeting had been called
at the suggestion nf Mr. Bradley to give the
Conned un opportunity t<> wind up all old
business before the retiring members go "Ut.
Tim Committee ou Streets presented a re?
port recommending un aller between Fonrth
:md Fifth and Decatur and Stockton street*.
anti another iillev between Sixth ami Seventh
and Hull and Decatur streets at ii mere trifling
expense. The report whs adopted.
A report waa presented by the joint Com
mittt>e> on Btreats and < trdinana s ia regard to
tha propriety and advisability of passing nu
ordinance concerning the crossing of Four?
teenth street northwest of Kauruadstreet.
I be report -.tates that fourteenth street
been opened and dedicated i>t feet north of
the Richmond and Petersburg railroad to a
width of thirty-three feet and has boen u>e>l
thoroughfare by hundreds ol foot-pas?
sengers. Tue report also sots forth that the
KicLmond and l stereburg Bsilroad Company
is now erecting a bridge across their tracks
at that locality, which structurs is very long
ami high. In conclusion, the report states
that ii street is a necessity in Hutt locality,
and it recommenda the rejection of the
ordinance providing for tho construc?
tion of the bridge. Tho report i -
b-como ends that fourteenth street I.paned
from that point northward to a pomt on the
Ri< bmond utid Danville railroad to be de
signated by the city authorities, that a susa?
nne appointed, and that the judge of
tbe Boatings Court berequeeted to conuemn
porty for the opening of the
ter to lie properly graded when nd ipted.
Mr. Bradley moved the adoption of the re
p..rt. but Mr Hollins wanted to have it hud
on tba table to enable tbe City 4 louncil to as?
certain whether the property to be ooo
demned actually belongs to tho cit
Rollins amendment wac lost and the report
An ordinance was presented providing that
all gates now opening outwards sud those to
be hunt: hereafter should open inward, tbs
? changes to bs made within sixty
days alter thi i of the ordinal ?
Property owners tailing to comply with these
provisions shad have to pay a tine of from ff3
torin. Tho ordinance was referred to the
proper committee to give the property-oil
an opportunity to be heard on the subject.
\ communication from the Manchester
Water (Om | univ Waa referred to the! 'oin mittee
on Water-Works. Telecommunication re
queets the city to restore tim hydrant on
Cowardin avenue and Bemmes street, and to
ere< t one st tbe corner of Bemmee and Four?
teenth streets, If this ni done tbe company
agrees to ley the pipe on McDonaugb street
for two hydrant iced where the Coun?
cil may direct. The propoeed pipe to be laid
from Cowardin avenue to Twelith street on
Bemmes street ia to be sis inches.
A petition from the .lames Uiver Tanning
Company to extend tbe exemption of their
property fora period of five years beginning
January 1,1892. was referred to the Finance
\ petition was received from Henry C.
Whitlock, who wishes tobe appointed city
. and port, warden. 'I be
q waa referred.
Mr. Bradley offered s reeolution providing
for the introduction i f sn ordinance which is
to create the position ol city measurer and
ii and port warden.
The ies,,up..on w.t.- adopted, ami the Coun?
Oilier Manclionter News.
I meeting of the stockholders of tim Man?
chester Mills Company will be held at tbs of*
tice of the company in thia city on tho 3d of
M.ss Emily B. Terrell, nf King William
ty, has been called to thia city ou ac?
count of the iUneea of her cc-usin, Mrs. D. Ie
I hs rainy weather has stopped the work of
rhe rain of tbe past several days has been
very beneficial to the farmers.
I ie Al-Tt hire Company have purchased a
handsome book-case for their library.
Miss Btone. of Hartford, Conn., is visiting
Miss Agnes Walker at "Holly Borings," near
A regular meeting of Manchester Lodge,
No. 14, A. P. and A. M., will be held Monday
evening al H o'clock.
Miss Bessie Garrett, of Halifax county, who
has boen visiting Mrs. Robert Nelson, of this
city, has returned home.
rbeconceii and butterfly festival, which
was to have taken pla eat Les ler Hall yeater
ag under the auspices of the ladies
of the Presbyterian church, bus been post?
poned on account of the weather, lt will
take place some tm;.'next week, the night not
yet having been settled upon.
The base-ball fever seems t" be coming in
popular favor once again, and a grand match
game betwon a club of married m. n and an
othei i ones contemplated. I he
game waa expected to take place on Spring
Hill tins afternoon, but will probably be post,
poned mi account of the weatbei There ia
s.,me good material on both sides, and the
game, which will be for the championship,
will be an exe ting ? .
CM ABO ES DISMISSED
Against Officer Wilkinson hy tbe Folire
The Board of Police Commissioners met
yesterday afternoon in Major Foe's otb
lier the charges brought by Mr. Joseph
L. Hobie.: Policeman W. C. Wilkin?
After the witnesses had been sworn tbe
charge of Mr. Kohleder was read. Tin* latter
then made aatatement, which was materially
tbe sum., as published before m the columns
of Tm Timi-. The curd published in the
State w is next read.
Considerable conversation ensued between
Officer Wilkinson snd Mr. Kohleder. which
Mayor Ellyaon allowed so sato arrive at tha
facts In thf cs-.-.
Ofloei NVilK:: I that he had orders
fr un the Chiel to keep the corner of Seventh
ami Broad streets clear. Whan the or.it r had
been read ai t I I i houae uttosrs wars
put on that beat who were not afraid of los?
ing their popularity, lie dui not intimate
that the complainant waa not s gentlemen,
but spoke to lum as kinnly ami gent leo
i- li., would to a member of tl He
endeavored to explain to the complainant
that he asked han to in ive on becauae Ins
orders instructed him tu do so,
Mr. Kohleder was then asked to leave the
room, while Mr. Jacob took the st.m.I. s
had boen with Mr Kohleder at tbs time of
Hi*, testimony waa about the
as that Of Mt. Kohleder.
M Rose, who wa- called as a wit
knew n 4b ng "f the cass sa l was excused.
Captain Angle teetifled to the .il
Mr. Wilkinson and Ben by aaated
that he placed the fullest confidence in vi I
kinaon. He thought that Ins manner waa
tive, but that bs would not insult any
The Police Hoard then went into executive
aessioli BO consider the matter. At the t on
ciusiotiof the conference the parties Interested
w.-re called itt, anti Mayor EUVSOU stated that
the evideOOS did not fully sustain BBS charge-,,
but the members of the board were of tim
opinion that Mr. Wilkinson might not have
been as careful in his language while discharg?
ing In- duty us hu might have been. The
board, therefore, cautioned the oflcerto bs
molt* eareful in the future. Thev pBvjpcsed
that good Order should be preserved st that
place, but tttS officers Should exercise the
pii .per care in their attitude, and ahoiild make
the proper diatiuction in ta.lkr.ng to law-abiding
Whee* .piestioned Mayor PHyson stated that
the charges were dismissed, but when Officer
WUkittson i Sered to add a statement the
president of the board declined to give lum
Won by Mra. FslrlnmU.
The piano which was offered at the Raffs1
bazaar aa a prize, sud which has been dawn
by No. 401, has been won by Mra. H. Fair
lsmb. The piano waa yesterday turned over
to the lucky winner,
A YOISU PREACH EB DEAD.
Mr. Winfrey OJtSSS MU Ky.-a to th* World*
Art lon of Students.
Mr. Egbert Bolling Winfrey, of Bucking?
ham, died yesterday at Richmond College
alter an illness of three weeks.
Mr. Winfrey wa* born in Buckingham
county. Va.. March 21, 1*68, and waa con?
sequently just twenty-three years tn age.
His pure-it* are still living in the sam*
county. His oldest brother. Rev. E. W.
Winfrey, i* th* honored pastor of th* Bap?
tist 'church at Culpeper, Va. He had sev?
eral other brothers and sisters, all of whom
aro living. At an early age Mr. Winfrey
made a profession of religion and became a
member ot Sharon Baptist church, near the
home of his childhood.
When Uss than twenty years of age he Le.
gan to preach and gave promise of extensive
usefulness in the ministry.
At the time of his death he was pastor at
Bethanv, Caroline county, and had formerly
supplied aa paat or of Waller's church, in
Bpotsylvaaia, and Little River, iu LotJS?
He was exceedingly popular whorever bs
After some preparations in primary school*
he spent one session at Homestead Academ.
Chesterfield county, and entered Richmond
College in September, 1*H'.?. Pew students in
that institution imve ever Leen more univer?
sally esteemed or resealed as more promising.
Af the ciose <,f his first session ut college he
was awarded a medal in tho I'lulologisn So?
ciety for improvement in debate.
At a meeting.,f students held in the College
chapel yesterday afternoon suitable reaofn
tioiis touching the death of Mr. Winfrey were
presented by ii committee consisting of
Nb sar*. W. Owen Carver. OL T. Taylor and
T . S. Mullaway, and tender and appropriate
remarks were made by Rev. Dr. C. H. Hyland.
Professor EL H. Harris, ami Messrs. Taylor,
Loving, Carver. Britt and Allison
The remains will be taken to Buckingham
for bunal to-day, accompanied by Messrs.
M. J. Hoover. .J. P. Hixson, W. C. Blair, J. S.
Ryland snd W. H. Loving.
Other Deal ha.
The funeral of Miss Katie C. Healy took
Place yesterday morning at. a o'clock from St.
'stars cathedral, Rev. Father Prioli offt.
ciated and celebrated the requiem mass. He
paid a beautiful tribute to the lovely charac?
ter of tho deceased. Ihe interment was at
Mount Calvary cemetery.
Mr. Edward l>. W. Appcrsoti died early
yesterday morning at his residence, No. 401
north Llcveutli street. The deceased was
seventy-eight years old and a brother of Mr.
Janus L. Apperaon. He waa widely known
and gonerally esteemed and rssaectSQi
Ta Ile. 1 are. a Dividend.
There was a meeting of the stockholder* of
th* Kii-hni' nd and Harrisonburg Land Com?
pany yesterday afternoon It was decided Ut
d.c,are a .1 vidend of 10 per cent, on stock.
R- ports from the general manager showed
that, prospect* of improvement of property
at Harrisonburg were flattering. A vote of
thanks was tenden d the president of the com?
pany. Mr IL L. Pelorus, tor his /eal ni th*
promotion of th* company'* interest.
Ills Coiitlltion Improving.
Tho condition of Mr. Charles W, Harwood,
of the Associated Railway*, I* much improved,
dbe nervous shock given to Ins system i.y the
removal i f the sbaceas on last Tuesday has
cased and the swelling mi the right aide of
bia face reduced, and if nothing further oc?
curs he will be ubi" to resume his duties nert
week. He is still weak and couliued to his
>'et lo B*? Hanged.
Governor MeKirin>\v yesterday commuted
to six years' confinement the penalty of Ran?
dal Watson 'colored., who was sentenced
on January fi, ls.io, by the judge of the Cir?
cuit Curt of Greensville, to be hanged for
the killing ot Joseph Robinson on December
'2f>. issi;. Watson Iihh be.-n confined in jail for
more than four years.
Convalescents mid invalids derive their
strength sad tone from ta* use sf MBpori
Brettage, brewed by the Bait?tore Biewing
Compeay. it ia a delightful malt beverage,
having slowly ripened by half-year's storage.
lt is absolutely pure, lavis .rating and pala?
table. It la perfection. The trial of a case
containing one dozen bottles will convince
you. lt is sold only in bottles.
ll. L. C mt ipi ian A Co.. Agents,
SI l east Main street.
Hr.ai.gr a rm ns J
Mav 15. 1*91. )
All persons having bills against the Blue*'
baster, or egainat tim company, will please
ut them at om-e for paymeut.
M fi Shafer's Building.
Men's Suit Department,
H.978?Black Cheviot Sack Suit, reduced to?
day from if b> to
4,12fi Mixed Cheviot Sack Suit, reduced to?
day from riu to
2,316?Striped Cheviot Sack Suit, reduced to?
day from 110 to
4.075-Mixed Cheviot Cutaway Suit, reduced
to-day from $ 13.50 to
.1,075 Light-Cray Home.Spun Cutaway Suit,
reduced to-day from rlJ to
l,9H-P>'.u?-RiLlio! I Cutaway Suit,
reduced to..I;iy from *15 to
150 pair All-Wool Striped Cheviot Pants at
An extra pair of Knee-Pants with every
CtT See our 51.90 Derby Hats.
$WtkB our jjc, 35c. aud Ms. Underwear.
niMo, imi MUasusj ?U\
I/IHST MOONI.Killi OF THL SEASON
CHI RCH OF THE COVENANT.
MAY l?, issi.
Lost leaves Ariel's Wharf promptly at 7:89.
Tickets M cent*. Muaie. Hot Supper oa
European plau. inylt-41
COME AND OET YOI" It HAIR CUT
the hest white barber in the land, for only 15*..
on Lleveuth atr*et near _ain, down *t*ira.