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(By Assoclated l?re:?s.)
ADEN, ARABIA, April STi.-Brlgadler
Gcneral Mnnning. after nn engagetnent
wlth '"->o Mad Mullah's forces, has re
lleved Colonel Cobbe. noar Gurnburu,
Bimallland, forty mlles westv/ard of
GaladL About 2.000 of the Mullah's mon
wero kllled. Tho Brltlnh loss Is not
KECONCILED TO FATHER
(By Aaaoelafwl PrMia.)
BERLIN. April 20.?A MUnloh dlnpatch
says tho aecouchoment of tho fnriner
Crown Prlnoess LouIho of Saxony. i? vx
pected wlthln n furtnlght and that n
court oflletalo, with physlclann and mirscs
havo ajready arrlved at Llndmi, Lake
Const.ince, from Dresden, havlng royal
ordera to brlng the chlld to Drosdun three
weeks after lts blrth. It I* authorlta
tlvely stated that the Grnnd Duko of
Tuscany. father of Prlr.cesa Louiso. re
:enlly boenrao reconcllod to her, but do
:Ided lt wns boat that Hho should not llve
st Salztmrg out of oonsideratlon for hc-r
Mrs, Catherlne RafTo.
Mra. Catherlne Raffo, rnothor of Mr.
James L. Botto and Mr. John F. ItniTo,
of the fire department, and Mrs. Mary
C. Kcrne. wlfe of Scrgsant Kerso, of the
Trrst Police Statton, dled Saturday morn?
ing Hor funeral wlll take placo Monday
nicrnlnfT at 10 o'clock from St, Patrick'n
Church. The Interment will bo ln Moutit
The followlng gentlomen wlll act -as
Honorary?Rlchard M. Taylor, H. M.
Fmlth, Jr., Dr. Davld Coleman, Dr. W. H.
Bcott, John Erischkorn, John Mann, Jr.,
Joseph B. Wolsh and Edgar Shlno.
Actlve?F. J. Parrater, Anthony Grif
litb. ClaJhorne Epps, Andrew Donatl,
Fiiink Ovennnn, Peter Oonella, Captaln
VV. B. WTiltlock and Jnmosi Burke.
John L. Gentry.
Mr. John L. Gentry. a well known mer
cbant, dled nt his resldence. No. 111 Res
crvolr Btreet, nt 11120 o'clock list nlpht,
aged lifty-two ye^ars. Ho Icaves hla Wife
nnd four daughtei-H? Mlsses Rva, Lula,
Annlo and .Veltlo. The funornl wlll be
from Plno-Strcot Raptlst Church at 5:80
o'clock thls nftornoon, and tho Intertrtbnt
wlll bo In RIVervlew.
Mrs. Cntharinc RafTb.
Mrs. Cathftrlne Itnffo. mother of Mt,
Jiunes L. Uotto and Mr. John R. Raffo,
of the Mro Department, ,-nid Mrs. Mnry
C. Kerso, wife of Bergoant Kerse, of tho
Flrst Pollco Btatlpn, dlod Haturday
morning. Ilnr funeral wlll tako plu.-e
Monday morning nt 10 o'clock from St.
Patrlck's Church. Tho Interment wlll bo
ln Mt. Calvary,
Mrs. R. A. Ponton.
Mrs. R. A. Ponton d'od at tlio resldence j
of her son In Now York, ln tho *lxiy
fourlb yonr of hor age. Hho r/nn a former
rosldent1 of thl? clty and the mothni
of Mrs. T. II. StOVall. The frlends of
both wlll regrct to honr of her douth.
Mr. Kdward JonnlritfS dled at 3:40
o'clook Frlday inrnhiK at, hls home, No.
518 Church fltroet. Tho funeral will tako
place at, 4 oclock thls afternoon from tho
Plno-Street Uiiptuit Church.
Mrs. Nannle L. Johnson.
fSpoclal to Tlie Tliui-K-IJIsimtcti.)
BUENA VISTA. VA., April 25.?Mrs.
Nannle L. Johnson. wife of Georgo T.
Johnson. dled at h:r homo, on Orchard
Btreet last nlght. of typhold-pneuinonla.
Tho deccased Icaves a husband :ind eight
Mrs. Lco Rippon.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmcs-Di.-patch.)
CAFK CHARLES, VA., Aprll 25.?Mrs.
T.oo Rippon, of Coorlton, thls county. dle<l
ln a Norfolk hospltal. where sho had been
for seven. weeks for treatrnent. The re
malnfl were lnterrod In tho family ccme
lery at Chorlton. Rcy. W. B. Doughtry
conducting the servlce.
Miss Mary C. H. Warburton.
fSpfCln! to The Tlmcs-Dlsp.itch.l
WTLLIAMSBCTIG. VA., Aprll 21.?Mis?
Mary Casy Higglnadri Warburton nged !
about seventy-tivo yeara, dled Frlday
morning after a long lllness. Tho funeral
took placo thls morning.
DUP.FEY..-.TAMES Dl'RFEY. of No. PI8
North Thlrd Street, departod tliis Ilfe
Thursday. Aprll 23, 1003, In lown. at hls
post of duty ns porter on the C. <fc O.
Jtailroad. He loavos a wlfo, one child.
motlier and slster, nnd mnn-- frlends.
(I!. <? < !?? "?"' arflvo to-day, 2r,th Inatant.
a*. 3:30 o'clock.
ii,i..i.i. uiangernenta wlll bo nn
GENTUV. ? Dled. at hls renbl.ince, No, III
Belioivoir Streot, nt llizt) P. M. Satur
day. Ai.rll 25, IM3, JOHN L. UENTHY.
In tho firty-second year of hls ago. He
leaves hls wlfo and four chlldren. Ilo
dled In tho ho]io of a bMssful etornlt.v.
The fiiivrnl wlll bo frotn Plno-Slreet
Bapllsl Church THIS AFTERNOON at
fi:30 o'clock. nnd the Intorrnent wlll bo
In Rlvnr Vlew. frlends nnd nciiialiil
ancos of tho fnmllv are Invlted to attend.
JENNINGH.?niod. April 2-1, 1003. at hls
resldence, M6 Church Htreot, ufter long
Buffcrlng. Mr. EDWARD JENNINGS,
In th'.' aoventleth yoar of hla ago. Hn ls
survlved bv hls four ehlldron? Mr. Ed
dlo JcnnlngB. Mrs. Qclrwartz. MrB.
Tliorpe nnd Mr. Georgo TennlngS.
Fiuiornl from PIno-Btreet Church
THIS (flundav) AKTKRNOO.N, April
, 20th, at 4 o'clock. lntcrment In Holly?
MONTGOMERY.?Dlod, at her husband'a
resldence, .i'tCSl Eant Broa.l Street, nfter
a long nnd painful lllni.ps. whlch she
boro wlth Chrlstlan r'Hgimflon. MARY
XV. MONTGOMERY, wlfe of A. P. Mmit
gomory and dnughtoY'of thn lato War?
ner nnd HarrWt E. Burroughs. fttrn
leavea hor husband. brother nnd throe
alstora?Mr. J. B. Burrouarhs, Mrs, Vir?
ginia O-jc.lman, Mrs. W. 11. Taylor nnd
Mra. Ornnvllle Hord. She wbh n dutl
ful dauBhter, a devoted slflter and fnith
ful frlend. lt could not but be oxpectod
ln the hifth and holy relatlona of wlfo
nh? should havo oomblnod all of the ca.r
dlnal vlrtucs nnd prove n oompanlon
ful: of lovc, tendorncsA nnd truth.
Her funeral wlll take place from Trln
Ity Mi E. Church TO-DAY (Sunday),
April 2tfth. at 3:30 P. M. Frlends of the
famlly nro invlted to attend.
Petersburg. Memphls (Tenn.) and
Washington papers pleaio copy.
PENTON.?Dled, at tho resldence of her
Ron In New York, Mrs. R. A. PENTON,
ln the slxty-fourth yoar of her age. She
was the mother of Mrs. S. H. Stovall,
ot Newport News.
RAFFO.--Dled, AprU 25th. 10C3, at tho ros
idenee of her son-ln-law. Jaroyi H.
Kersc 2012 East Grace, Mrs. CaTHA
R1NE RAFFO. _
The funeral wlll tako place MONDAY
MCiRNlNO. April 27th, 1W3. nt 10 o'clock
from St. Patrtck's Church wlth a re
qUP'rn mass. Frlends Invlted to attend.
Intr-rinent Mt. Calvary.
Washington and New York papers
SMITH.?Dled, at 2 P, M., ot hla renldenco,
Bellevue Flats, W1LLIAM P. SMITH.
Funeral will take nlaee from Second
BaplNt Church MONDAY. April 27th, nt
4 P. M.
VILHS.-Died. April 19th. FRANK D.
V1LES. -'-aged llfty years. who leaves
wldow and one brother.
Funeral t->ok place MONDAY from
Mer.de Memorial. lntcrment Hollywood.
TRAMP ON TRAIN
(By Asfcocla: ! I'iGss.)
OI.LLETTE, WYO., Aprll AV-Tlie se
eret ?frvlco "ltiu ,)" t:'u I'resldenl'fl trnin
bftd an e.*eltlng ttilx-up wlth a tnimp
lnwt nlght shortly after tbe traln loft
I .Ivlngston, wlui was dlscovered botwe.ot
tho bnggnge* nnd club cars. Ono of tho
DlMrori! rnised tho wu, low ?r tbe front
of tho club "ir nml staftod to griib thn
mnn. when the latter almod a blow nt
hlm through ib" glass. ilmtterltig lt.
Thn oillcer Cnilght the inan's leg and
ftllOCe*ded In gettlhg hlm into tho car,
whero bo slldwed Hght,
A card shows hls li'.entlucatloh n.s Ed
ward huSsell, n snllor, mcmber of the
SaIIoim* Unlori of s.'i m.-isro. when
tho traln reaehotl Blllli ,; lie wiib turnod
over to tli? pnlli-f. When nskod why ho
wns on thn Irnlii Hus-Hl snld he wnnted
to reach Ht. I'niil. Whero lils mother llved.
TOMASSO PETTO MAY
BE THE MURDERER
(By Assoolatod IM-osfl.)
NEW TOKK, Aprll 25.?pollco Inapector
MoCluskcy nnnoimcud to-day that he
would arrest TomuHo Pctto, ono of the
Itnllnnn now In tho house nf dotentlon, ln
connectlon wlth Ihe barrol inurdor, on the
chnrgfl of oommlttlng tha 'Tlme. The nec
n?nury ovldnnee. tho Inspector rnld. had
bien snrured, In that n pawn tlcket whlch
hnd been found on Pettn hnd been ob
fnlnrd on n wnti-h owned by the murdcrcd
Pt-tto says he can est?bll.<ii nn nllhl.
Twin City League.
Won. Lost P.C.
Wynnokea . 3 0 1.000
Olo-mplns . 2 1 .Cfifl
Ollvers . 2 1 ,WU
Pontlncs . 1 2 .333
N< rthsldo Stnrs . 1 2 .833
Hwnnnboro . 9 8 .000
"VVynnoko defeatod the Ollvors in a ono
slded contest. Croory's pltchlng was the
Scoro by Innlnga: R. H. E.
"VVyanokcs . 2 0 3 2 13 3 2 1?17 17 1
Ollvers .0 100000 00-1 5 8
Pntterlee?Wynnokos, Creery and Mora
no; Ollvers, Bngby, Rynn and Call. LTm
plres, Messrs. Bcnnett and Creery.
Tho Pontlncs won from Bwansboro ln
a very raggod game nt Onk Orove. Tho
foaturos of tho gnmo wnre tho battery
work of Shaw und Knlghtly and tho heavy
hlttlng of Wllkornon, of the Pontlncs.
Scoro hy Innlngs: R. H. E.
Pontlncn . 0 4 2 o 2 1 0?12 14 2
8wn,nnboro . 1 0 0 3 0 0 1? 4 5 R
Potterles?Pontlncs, Bhaw and Knlght?
ly; Swansboro, Cox nnd Lowry and Hu
hand. Umplres, Messrs. Hamllton and
Tho Olymplna nnd Northstdo Stnrs
played a vory f.-int gnmo In a drlzzling
raln. Thn giimo won r-nlled at tho end of
the elghth Innlng on arcount of darknoss.
The foatures of tho game wero tho play
lng of O'Hara at second for the Olymplas
and Bowors at short, and a long ranning
catch by Dalton and the battlng of O'Ban
non, for the Nortlistde Stars, and the play
Ing of Cook at thlrd base and a long
runnlng catch of a foul by Cosby.
Score by Innlngs: R. T-L E.
Olvmplas . 10500 101-8 10 4
Northaldb Stars. 10 2 0 3 10 0-7 13 5
Tiatterlcs?Olymplas. Howell and Shcl
ton; ' Northsldo Stars, Neuorohr, Thorpe
and Morrls. Umplre, Mr, Mescoe.
LIONAIRE WILLIAM K. VANDERBSLT
'.ARRIES MRS. ANNA M, RUTHERFURD
W. K. VANDERDIUT.
(Hy Assoclatod Press.)
LONDON, April 25.?Wijllam K, Vnn
terbiit and Mrs. Anna M. Rutherfurd
were marrled to-day at St. Luko's Church,
North Audhy Street. Tho ofliclating cler
cymun wius tho Rev. R. II. Hodden,
Tho weddlng took plneo just beforo noon.
WmfloJd Iloyt, nf New York, waa tho
best man, and Henry White gave away.
the brldo. The only other persons ln tho
church, besldes the vorger, were the Duko
nnd Duches.s of Marlborough.
Mrs. Iluthcrfurd woro a simple gray
travellng dro,ss nnd'no Jewels of any klnd.
Mr. Vanderbllt, Mr, Whllo and tho Duko
of Mu'dborougb woro tlio u.sunl frook
ccatH. There was no weddlPB brojikl'tist
or receptlon. Iinnu-dlatoly ufter the ccr
jniony tho couplo Btartod for the cour.try.
1'l.olr dcstiimtion was not revoaied, but
|t Is known that they wlll romaln ln tho
country for somo wooks boforo golng to
lt neems that Mr. Vnndorhlll personally
jecui'd tho llcenso and imuinged tho whole
?l;air hlmsc-lf. Threo weoks ago ho os
lablishf-d a resldence in lxuulon, nnd last
Wednesdny he porsouully npplied I'or antl
pecured a llcenso from the Blshop of 1-ou
den, wWle the rcp.oricra werjt; ftlj wateu,.
OED WTttFJ&vX'D . ,
liiK tlio Archblsliop of Cantcrbury's pfllca,
Tlia lllshop of Lundou's Jurlsqletlor, Bpi
plu-s to the Ploccae of l.ondun only, vvhlle.
that of tho Ai'clibltibon of Cantorburj'
nppllos to tho wholo of England.
iMxs. ttufl Mliia Wlilta aro aUU t'lo-ylug
nt Mrs, 1'iutln?rfurd's llat Jn I'urls. Mrs.
Whlte v.ouki h.i.o acoompanled, Mra.
Rulln-rlui-il to l.'.'iulou and havo been,
puikiit al On- weddlng, but Mrs. liuther
furd asked, her to tuuy wlth t-.er chlldren.
Thu Hceasa ^tx form all the detalla ot
Iho Vanderbllt dlvorco and tho provlouu
niarrlngos of both pnrtles.
It ls understood tlio couple aro not go
Ing to America f'"' some time. A tele
Hram from Dovor says Mr. and Mrs. Van?
derbllt crossed tbe. Channel thls afternoon
On a boat bound for Culiils.
There was a pathetlc Incldent ln connec
tion with tho weddlng. Almnst linmodl
iitely after the coreinony tho Rov. Mr.
liiiddeu Offlclated Bt the fuueial siTvlc.u
uf one of ui> own young chlldren.
The brlde was ttio reclpiout of many
handsome preeenta from Mr. Vandorbllt
nnd etliers. H appt-urs that Ohunr.ellor
Tilstr.-im, of tho l'.ishop of Lnndtm's eoii
slst'ory court, hold a speclal court WVd
iHi-day ond took the personal tcstlniony
of Mr. Vanderbllt, whono counsel also
?ubmltted flooumentary protjfs of the ut
voivo proceedlngs at New York and of
tbo fact that the prohlHtion agalnst his
ivmarrJago had boen r.uioved by the gu
proaie Court of New York. The- llciuiau
waa nubaco.ucnUy granted.
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I wrote to Dr. Kilmer & Co., at Bing
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I cheerfully give my endorsemcnt ta
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THE TRIP SOUTH
OF THE HOWITZERS
All Arrangements Made for
the Pilgrimage to New
; Captaln C. "W. WestbuFy, of the South?
ern Rallway; J. B. Heywa'rd, dlstrlct pas
Senger agent of the West Polnt routo.
and .1. li. JInllonbvck, dlstrict paaSongor
agent of tho ixiulsville nnd NashviIlQ,
Rallway, mot the commltt.eos from tho
l.eo Cunip, Oonfederate Veterana, and
thn Rlchmond Howltzers at tho How
Itzers' Annory last nlght. and porfc-cted
n pchcdule for thu trip to tlie Confederuto
Veterans1 Reu'nlon at Now Orleans. May
The bsittery, Lee Camp-and many other
Rlchmondora wlll leave over tho South?
ern Rallway for Atlantn; from Atlanta
tho Atlanta und We.it Polnt Rallroad wlll
bo usoil lo Montgomery; Ala.; from Mont?
gomery the Louisvillo nnd Nashvlllo
wlll iarry tho crowd Into Now Orleans.
The battory wlll travel ln a solid vestl
Tlio followinpr golnp; schedulo has boon
1-oavc Rlchmond 10:30 P. M. May ICth;
arrlve Charlotto 8:00 A. M. for brealc
fast i7ili. Arrlve Atlanta*4;00 p. M. 17th;
leave Atlanta 7:00 P. M. 17th. Arrlve
M.-mtgoniery 12.00 P, M. 17th; loave Mont
gomery 11:15 A. M'. 18th. Airlvo Mobllo
4:00 P. M. 18th; Ionvo Mobllo (i:00 P. M.
18th, arrlve New Orleans 10:00 P. M. 18th.
Tho battery wlll stop ln Montgomory,
Ala.. on Monday, Mny ISth, and be en?
tertalned by tho local milltlu in nn In
forrnnl manner. Tho boys wlll bo shown
tbe polnts of Interost about tho clty. nnd
presented to Governor Jelks. of Alabama.
On tho roturn trlp the battery wlll
leave Now Orleans Sunday, Mav 21. S:15
P. M.; arrlvlng ln Atlanta 11:40 A. M.
Mondn.v. Mny 25th. where lt wlll remaln
as guests of the clty untll 12 o'clock P.
M? and arrlvo ln Rlchmond Tuesday,
Whlle In New Orleans tho bnttery wlll
bo the guesta of tho Eoulslana Fleld Ar
tlllerv. Colonel John P. Sulllvan, com
mnnder. , '-?.-''??.
The Howltzors havo received an ln
vltPtfoii to ptirtlclpcto in tho Oakwood
memoriiil servlces. whlch wlll take placo
Beautiful Church Ceremony in New
Keht on Wednesday.
fSpeelal to '11m Tliucs-Dlsnutch.)
MOUNTCASTLI3. VA.. Aprll 2o.?Miss
Emma Tyree Mountcastle, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorge W; Mountcnstlo,
and Mr. Albort Prnxton Edmonds, a
promlnent ch-ll englnoer of Newport
Nows, were marrled at Ollvet Prosby
tm-liin Church, Nevy Kent county, Wed?
nesday nftcriioon, Ror. W. J. Klng, of
Wllllamsburff, olllcintlng. Tho church
was 'tnstcfully decornted In groen nml
Tho ushers woro Messrs, Allen P.
Wnlker and Leon'n'rd Rlnns, of Now
Kenf; Wlllle Wrlght and Douglas Bowls,
of Rlchmond; Georgo Edmonds and Mr.
Hopklns, of Newport News, The brldo,
attlred in a pearl gray sult, carrylng
brlde's roses, entored leanlng on the arm
of her brother. Mr. Rlchard Edloe Mount
castle, and was met nt the chancel by
the groom and hls best man, Slr. Lewls
Shnckelford, of Newport News.
Mr. and' Mrs. Edmonds left over tbe
Choasapeake and Ohio rond for Balti?
more and Washlngton, and wlll return
through tho mountalns of Vlrglnla, nnd
wlll be at home after Mny lst nt No.
222 Thlrty-flrst Street, Newport News, Va,
(Spocial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHARI^OTTE C. H., VA., Aprll 25.?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd, of Charlotto
county. announco tho engagement of thelr
doughtcr, Mlsa Kathryne Whltley Boyd,
to Mr. Jnmes G. Penn. Jr., of Danville.
The marrlage ls to tako place on Juna
the 3d at thelr homo, "Forest Hlll."
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
LITTLETON, N. C, Aprll 25.?Mr. an4
Mrs John Peloplilns Eench havo lssue*
Invltatlons to the marrlage of thelj
daughter, Miss Mabel Leach, to Mr,
Rlchard Egburt Morrls. on Thursday,
May 7th, at St, Albans Church, LIttleton;
Mr. Powell the Winner.
At tho annual orators' contest of thc
Mu Sigma Rho and Fhllologlan LKe?r?
Socleties of Rlchmond College FrldaJ
nlght tho medulwas won by Mr. "W. R
Powe'll, of Spotsylvanla, whose themft
wns ?'Southom Horolsm."
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