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Weekly Meet of the Bowling
Club at the Casino Alley.
THE COMPASS WHIST CLUB
Mrs. A. C. Jones Entertained at Cards
, Friday Evening at Her Home on
West Avenue?The Matinee
Euchre Club on Thursday,
V (Special to The. Tlmcs-Dlsputch,)
i? NEWPORT NEWS, VA,, May 2,-Tho!
. society folk of the city turned out In num
" berg Thursday evening to attend the mu
felcrle given at > St.. Paul's Episcopal
Churcli. Tne affair was one of the musi?
cal treats of the season. The organ
selections, tho solos and tho singing of
the vested choir of the church wero all
excellent and tho arrangement ot the
programme could hardly havu been Im?
proved upon. Miss Laura Qlldnor, tho or?
ganist of the ohurch, was In charge of
the recital and sho was assisted by Prof,
Koerner and Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of
' Norfolk, and others.
I The Bowllng??lub held its weekly meet?
ing at the paslpo alley Monday evening.
tTho highest scores wero modo by Miss
Addle New', of Portsmouth, and Dr. E,
J, APPlegato. Among those present wero
Dr. and Mrs, B. T. Styll, Dr. and Mrs.
?. C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. B*T. Loln
Ing, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Street, Mrs. H.
B. Bailey, Mrs. Preston Roper and Miss
Annlo Wilson, of Petersburg; Miss Nina
Armstead, of Baltimore; Miss Cawthome,
?of Philadelphia; Miss Elizabeth Lamb,
?.of Williamsburg; Misa Patton, of Lyncjir
burg; Miss New, of Portsmouth; Misses
? Mayme Peak and Llewellyn Baker,
, Messrs. OsfcarvM* Nowby, George Nelms
,Wlso, Frederick-, Sbawen, Dr. Appio
>j?rhlte, ?. ??'. Reynold^, ?. C. Ltghttoot,
., Frankf Bragg, C, B. Nelms, W, L. Pow
? ell, A. L Powoll, Harold Norton. .1 i
. Mrs. Georgo B, Dabpey entertained the
Compass. Whist Club Wednesday after?
noon, the guest of honor being Mrs. Aus?
tin, of Macon, Ga. Those playing were
"^iesdames Preston Roper, Stropher Smith,
'William Young, J. B..Presscy, Miss Now,
? of Portsmouth; Miss Oawthorno, of Phil?
adelphia; Misses . Berkeley Ellyson,
Maokle Young, Mary Reynolds, of this
.clt'y; Mesdames S. H. Wertheimer, ?. ?.
'Bailey, W. Scott Boyontoii, J. L. Street,
"Jesslo W?. Elltott, ?. C. Jones, J, K.
?Corss and. Elaert 'Nexsen, of this city.
i ,???? next :meetlni?.pf,the club will'be heli
"Villi Mrs-, S.' Jll.y Wcrthelmer.
'Mrs. A. C: Jones entertain-id nt cards
Friday evening at her home on W<-8t
The Matinee Euchro Club was enter?
tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. C.
Aylett Aahby. The guests of tho club
wero Mesdames Wilbur B. Kent, Jamos
W. Chandler, G. B. A. Bookor, I',. B,
Reynolds, Edward Roberts, James T.
Reed, R. W, Newman and G. B. James,
Misses May Garnett, Jnnle GrcBham, Ma?
mie Plummer and Sue Plummer.
Mrs. H. B. Bailey entertained at pro
gresil ve euchre.Thursday evening in hon
--or of her guests] Misi Preston Roper and
.Miss Annle.'iW-lteon, of? Petersburg. Among
?those present:.'were Mrs. Hammond, of
New York; Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Park?
er, of. Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. J, L.
Street, Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Corss, Mr.
nnd Mrs. George B. Dabney and Mrs, A.
...Hs May Clarence Garnett has been
appointed sponsor- for Magruder Camp
at the United Confederate Veterans' re?
union to bo held at Now Orleans. Miss
Garnett has not named her maid of
Misses Margaret and Llrja Shields, of
Richmond, have returned home after vls
, itlng Mrs. A, C? Jones, In this city.
rl THE HOWITZERS' TRIP
Are All Ready for the Journey to New
All Is In readiness for the trip of the
Howitzers to Now Orleans as tho escort
to Lee Camp, C. V., upon the occasion of
the Confederate reunion. Fifty men will
go, and,??be. trip will bo made In a special
train ,,???G .the'' Southern road, leaving
Richmond at 10:30 P. M. on May 16th.
In New Orleans the battery. will be
..the guest of the Louisiana Field Artillery
"jWitll the follqwlng Bunday, and will be
?-quartered In the baracks of that organi?
sation. ~~" *?
The return trip will bepln on Sunday
night. Breakfast will be taken In Atlanta,
and the day will be spent thero aa guests
of the Fifth Regiment, tho Virginia So?
ciety and the Chambar of Commerce. At
midnight the Journey will be resumed,
and breakfast on Tuesday will be taken
at Charlotte., the party reaching Rich?
mond at 0 o'clock that night.
., Any Information concerning the trip
may be secured from Captain William'M.
TO VISIT AMERICA
(By Asioclatcd frena.)
BERLIN, May 2.?liaron Von Rholn
badon, the Prussian Ministor of Finance,
who sails for New York from Bromen
Tuesday, on tha North German Lloyd
Bteamor Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosso, will
romain six weeks In America, for the
purpose of studying the economie cond?*
tlons of tho United States,
While not sent to the United States by
the Emperor, the Baron asked Ills MuJ?
esty If be oOuld ?o and tho latter replied
that he thought .he could not do a moro
The Baron's ' tour will be made In a
strictly unofficial capacity. He will not
call on President Roosevelt or on Ihe
cabinet minister? at Washington, but In.
tends flittt his trip ehnll bo for study.
NO MORE WINE AT
(??? Antedated Prese.)
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., May 2,-The
Grand Commander)? of Knights Templar
of California has decided by unuiiluious
voto that hereafter no wine shall be
served at the Templar banquets, 'l'ho in?
novation has been Introduced, It Is elaiin
ed. so that the order on this coast might
full In lino with the genera) movement of
the sarpu kind tu the eust und ' because
the use of wine In ilio lodge-room' for
euch functions lu contrary to the princi?
ples of Masonry,
It la said that tho Gyand Lodge of Ma-?
sons at its annual meeting next Octo?
ber 'will take tho suine declivo ad Ion and
oidor that all banquets given under the
uusplee? of any Mu-'???o lodgi.? of the
kituiu be buloii.Y temperate,
Recognizing Richmond. .
The newiy-ejected Grand Regent of tl.b
Royal Arcanum, Rev. F, F, McFadeii, of
?Lyncbbur'g, has 'appointed Mr. W, M,
(Myers, ot Bhockoe Council, this pity, an
a member of the Committee on ???* and
|t?,s aliw appointed, on tho tame commit?
tee Mr. r?. w, M|nerf of MvCftrihv. Coun
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OVER A GRAVEYARD
Injunction Granted Jn Sussex
County, andthe Case Will
Be Heard in June.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-D|spatcM
WAVERLY, VA., May 2.?The chan?
cery suit of John L. Cliappoll and others
vs. Molilo A. Nowell and husband, In
which a large portion of the people of
Sussex are Intensely Interested, has been
mado a. vacation cause, and will be heard
by Judge Hanoook lnvlune. The defen?
dants own a farm, upon whloh Is located
a graveyard, whloh was established
about' seventy-live years ago by one
Solomon Graves, The records do not
show that this graveyard' was reserved
when the title to tho farm upon which
It is located was deeded by one owner
to anothor, Tho defendants olalmed that
they owned tho graveyard In fee slmplo,
and prooeeded to tear down and haul
.away a massivo brick wall whloh en?
closed this graveyard, using tho bricks
for tho erootlon of a new rosldonco, The
plaintiffs Hied a bill for an Injunction
against tho defendants, alleging that the
graveyard In question had been dedi?
cated aiid-set apart as a burial-place for
a period boyond whloh the memory ot
man runneth not to tho contrary, and
that the dofendunts had no right to In?
terfere with the samo In any rannnor.
An Injunction was granted by Judge
Mullen, enjoining end restraining tho de?
fendants from further Interfering with
or trespassing upon said graveyard and
from .removing said brick wall. Many
d?positions have boon taken nnd the caso,
which Ik an Interesting ono, has been arid
will be strongly fought. The plaintiffs
uro represented by ex-Judgo Arnold and
Judge West, of Sussex, and the dofen
ilnnts by Mr. T. A Brown, of Prince
That at the Institute Closed With Appro?
Tho Sewing School of tho Methodist
Instituto closed their winter's session
with exercises Saturday afternoon at the
mission. There was a good crowd of
Interested spectators from other parts of
tho city to witness the entertainment
Mrs. J? J. Creer and the young Jad?es
who have taught In this school for (ho
past two wlritilry expressed themselves as
giatltled at th? progress of the children.
A bountiful supply of Ice-cream and candy
was given to all present at the close.
There were reclluiluus from Blanche
Burn, Beatrice Jarvls, Theresa Mancino
Mamie Brani?, Minnie Enders, of the
sewing school, and from Masters Krack er
and Stanley Blanton; also a'solo by Miss
ISdna Blanton. Miss Clara. Becker pre?
sided at the piano.
-, The.'Newton; Y.
Tho Newton Y hold-an interesting meet?
ing at Haskbr Memorial Church on Fri?
day night, Rev."Mr; Andorson, pastor
of th? church; Mrs. W. M- Blckora, Stato
Superintendent,'of-Clover, Mo., and other
friends of the cause made Interesting re?
marks. The next -'county convention of
thu W. C, T. U. will meet with' this Y
and on Interesting occasion I? antici?
Tho Newton y has been but recently
organized and gives evidence of develop?
ing lapiuiy m numerical atm^'ii ??4
? seal, ,,,,.. , .,;? m
Merger of Norfolk Afternoon
Papers Was Not Effected.
DID NOT PUT UP THE CASH
D. S. Baum, a Well-Known Butcher,
Heavily Fined end Sent to Jail for
Attempting to Shoot a
Rival Butcher.? ?
(Special to The Timee-Dlspatoh.)
NORFOLK, VA., May 2.~Tlie Public
Lodger publishes a statement of the ne?
gotiations for the purchase of Its plant
by the Dispatch, Whioh failed. The state
ment is to the effect that a representa?
tive of the latter paper began negotiations
with the former In February, and finally
failed to comply with the terms on April
80th, and that, thoroforo, the consolida?
tion of the two afternoon papers Is not
accomplished. Tho charter Issued on tho
last of March was morely In anticipation
of tho consolidation, and was Issued nt
that time because of tho expiration of the
law under which a charter could uo grant?
ed by tho Corporation Court. Charters
now must be granted by the State Cor
poratloh Commissioners. Tho Ledger
makes no explanation of the failure, but
tho obvious presumption is that tho neces?
sary money for the purchase of tho Lcdg
or woe not subscribed by the syndicate
which proposed to buy. There is an ac?
companying statement, mudo on the
street, that tho condition ot the money
and stock market In New York during the
recent depression there has mndo the pro?
moter's huslness exceedingly dull. It Is
difficult' to obtain capital for any other
thun the legitimate demands of trade.
D. S. Baum, a prominent butcher, was
fined ?100, sentenced to jail for thirty days,
put under bpnd ofJS.OOOrto keep tho peace,
and aent ori to the grand Jury on the
chargo of on attempt to shoot Samuel
Marx, another butchor, by Justice Taylor,
of tho Police Court, this morning. The
men wero business rivals. Baum alleged
that Marx was getting business that Baum
should havo, and that Marx had threat?
ened his life. .When tho men met In the
market yesterday Baum drew his pistol
and snapped It three times at his rival.
The rival says that, bolng,tho man before,
tho gun, ho ran. The gun meantime did
not explode, and tho parties obtained cross
warrants for assault../The charges against
Marx wero dismissed and those against
Baum wero appealed tp,,,thq; .Corporation
Court. As both .tnen?. are .'well" known in
tho city," as contractors for meat and other
supplies to vessels In the harbor, tho
quarrel and the attempt to shoot havo
caused a great sensation.- The heavy sen?
tence Is due to Baum's own statements
In tho court. Ho said he carried tho pls
lol for protection and because ho had
heard that Marx had made threats against
his life. .??-'
C. P.. Lewis was not sentenced by Judge
Hanckel, of tho Corporation Court, this
morning with the other prisoners who
have been found guilty. This waa at the
request of ; the prisoner, who seems to
prefer to r?m?ttVhore'lty'Jail,.rather than
go to the penitentiary, to .begin serving
the sentendo'ofthrao y"ea'rs >onstrt'e Convic?
tion for abducting young Myrtle Joyner,
Ho has been deferring ino sentence on
ono and another plea for several months.
The plea this morning was that he wished
the sentence pronounced In the presence
of his attorney. Judge Hanckel 1? will?
ing to humor thp man, because he Is
merely prolonging his own term of im?
prisonment by staying in Jail. He will
not get any credit on the term In the pen?
itentiary by staying In the jail here,
Lewis Is well known in" Richmond because
of the active part he took In the affairs
of one of the Methodist churches thero,
He was tried., on??* several ? charges),hero,
but. they ??1G?3?<?6,? ?onvlctlon;..'afteir tho
conviction of abducting th?"? little Joyner
girl. Ho was tried last? for false pretense
in selling a restaurant that did not be?
long to him. There wero throo or more
hung Jurlos in. his various cases.
? The Rev. W. R, Halght, who has beon
temporary pastor of Calvary Baptist
Church, Portsmouth, for two years, will
resign to-morrow. Mr. Halght succeeded
the Rev. W. H. Saunders as pastor of
Calvary Church, and during hta. pastorate
the church has thrived.
PRESENT FORTRAIT OF
GENERAL JpHN ?CHOLS
An elegantly executed oil portrait of
the distinguished Virginia soldier and leg?
islator, General John Echols, of Staun
ton. Va-, will be presented to the R. E.
Leo Camp portrait gallery on Friday,
Few men in tho Valley of Virginia
havo boon more prominent In advancing
the interests of his section of the State
than was General Eohols and his record
as a Confederate soldier is. the pride of
The portrait Is the gift ot his son, tho
lato Lleutonant-Governor Edward Eehols
and will be presented by Captain James
Baumgardnor, a prominent lawyer, of
Staunton, Va. These oxorolses aro at?
tended by nil Confederato soldlers and the
Mr. S. L Thomas, secretary of the
Railway Branch of the Y. M, C. A. and
Mr. Moses May, olty ticket agent of the
T. A. L., havo gone to Topoktt, Kan., to
attend the National Convention of the Y.
M. C. A.
Mr. J. Warren Booker, now' a success?
ful practicing attorney In Lynchburg,
was in the city on business last week
and was cordially greeted by many
friends, who are pleased at' hlu deserved
Bright Little Boy Better,
Tho many friends of ??? bright and
popular little boy, will be glad to Know
that Lynn Balles, son of Mr, and Mrs,
W. L. Balles, of North Twenty-seventh
Street, has nearly recovered from a spoil
WE SELL THEM.
Whlto wrapper'If oonetlpatodj yellow
If bowels are regular,
For sale by Trnglo Drog Oo.
' 1G .Highland Park lot?, beautiful loca?
tion, 6u car fare. Monday 4 P. M.
EEAI USIATE TRUST. CO?
April days were noted for great sales,
Jhe buying of our customers being unequalled,
? V , ? .
"No Grass Qroivs "Beneath Our Feet,"
May Will Offer Greater Attractions,
C?iih Competitors having a lively time
To Match Our Values.
Bright days and glowing sunshine bring forth the flowers of Summer Apparel. Th? beauty of the styl?s will
appeal to all?the lightness of material is attractive, while the prices have been so ranged to accommodate the slen?
derest pocketbook and the most fastidious of tastes.
Summer of 1903
Dainty, yet, serviceable?the acme of
fashion, though priced to suit all?
suoh Is the assortment we show this
??/ O? We show a very pretty
*P*-so etrlped' Taffeta Parasol in
black and white; also fine quality
hemstitched taffeta In red, gray or
white. This Is a special offer worth
considerably, more money.
*?? O? A dainty Parasol, In black
tP&'-ro and white strlpo, which
? oc orda with a costume in either color.
?DO. UO striped Parasol, In black/
and white taffeta, the edges trim medi
In two spool silk ruffles,
Other qualities at $5.76, $7.98 and.$8,78
Children's China Silk Parasols In
Blue, Pink and White, plain or Ruf?
fled. 60a, 70a and 9Sc.
d.<j QO Vel7 Neat Suit of Black and White Shepherds Plaid, skirt and
f??~7? waist finished in broad tucks, piped in red, waist trimmed in
smoked pearl buttons.
(???y G7 E Suit of Pure Tan Linen, waist tucked and trimmed in large pearl
f*?? i&' buttons, full-flare skirt, an exceptional value.
d* ?j QO Figured White Damask Suit, with waist tucked and trimmed in
vJe5?"0 straps and buckles, aeven-gored flare skirt, seam? strapped to
Frenoh Chambray Suit, in light blue or gray, waist and skirt
neatly trimmed in white herrlngboning; front of waist has large
Very Nobby Suit, of best quality White Intdia Lawn; waist ia
trimmed in folds and hoe embroidered collar and cuffs; skirt haa
deep flounce formed of folds.
Otlter styles in Linen Embroidered or Fancy Lawns, trimmed in lace, some
of them dressy onough for evening wear or.other special occasions, at prices
ranging up to $20.00. ,
''?*k?& ?f) DRESSY SILK SUIT? ot D,ue ??d.White Foulard} waist haa
fl?.OU broad tucks, piped in white and fancy stock; akirt ia a seven
gored flare; a remarkable value.
'Tis not tho question, of price
with us now, but a speedy un?
loading of a large stock of the
best styles of the season. Space
debars us from giving a full list,
but to guide you as to reduction
and style, we quote one of our
A4- F?*? 2& Suit of royal
/\l f??.?? blue/or cas?
tor Venetian; also black cheviot;
blouse has inlaid collar of white
cloth, trimmed in fancy braid,
and is lined in best quality sa?
tin; new flare habit-back ekirt.
The actual value of this suit is
We'quote a few of the very remarkable bargains to be found in
our Trimmed Hat Department. There are the dainty Hats, made
of Maline or Chiffon, trimmed j lightly with ribbons, flowers, or
fruits; again, the large shapes in brilliant straws, and then the rough
straws take their share in the popular favor of Kaufmann's Millinery
Tet all are judiciously priced, ever'reaching the height in style?
suiting the wearer in face and pocketbook.
d* "5 ?? Fancy Straw Droop Shape, trimmed with chestnut leaves and
f?.^? grass, brown and white satin Liberty ribbon ornaments, the crown
in long loops^.the entire under-brim being of tucked white chiffon,
fas' mtf\ ? Pretty Violet Hat, with crown and edge of brim of violet
tpU.&U flowers, intertwined with ? loaves and loops of siile and velvot, rib?
bon of same color appearing here A?rid there" and down the back in loops and
knots. . '. '*: J,'..:'" ?"?"!.. .v" ' ''';' '"'
f~ j Q One of the best is the large Flop style, drooping back and front,
fpj?.4? in either Panama or fancy straw, trimmed with wide sash and
ends of louisino silk, or tabs of velvet ribbon on crown and loops and ends of
same at baok.
'?*0 f?Q VIR0T SAILORS, of fine brilliant straw, with plain or Scotch
f&.?t? plaid brim, trimmed with scarf, loop and knots of finest imported
ribbon and shaded quill on crown. The regular price was $5.60.
75c, $1.25 and $1.98
that previously wera half as much more. They are of plain or fancy straw, some
double brimmed, in the most popular shapes, Mushroom, Military Turban, Toque
and large Droop, trimmed in sashes of silk, bows and loops of ribbon, jet, steel
or straw ornamentations; altogether a dozen styles to pick from.
6-ltich-eash width-Black. Moire silk
or hemstitched Taffeta Ribbon, Frenoh
woven, the regular value of Sic, ^ 2
special at per yard.?OC
Intents' Caps and Bonnets.
AH of our $1.00 $1.25, $1.38 Mull flat
or round Caps and Bonnets,. Includ?
ing shirred, tucked, embroidered?both
hand and machine made. *?
Special at .? '?'??
S? stylos to select from.
Summer Muslin Underwear
? ? Spedai?Corset Covers, of fine quality cambric, round neck and full
jC?C front, trimmed with four rows of Torchon insertion and edge. Draw?
ers, of good muslin, some with embroidered rufflo and tucks, others with cambric
C/l Corset Covers, of nainsook, low, round nock, and trimmed with Point
&LrK/ de Paria laoe and ribbon. Drawers, of soft-Oniehed cambric, with
embroidered ruffle and tucks, Chemise, of good muslin or cambric, with narrow
hemstitched ruffle around neck and arms, trimmed with Val lace. Gowni, of
extra quality muslin and cambric,. V-neck, trimmed in embroidery and hem?
stitching. Skirts, of good imulin, with ruffle ,of embroidery nnd tucksT _.
?kg?~ Corset Covers, of superior quality nainsook, in several different stvjes,
^?>? the one we mention has deep yoke of Val, insertion, low round neck,
edged in Val. Drawers, of fine quality muslin arid cambric, in several styles,
one has a double ruffle of blind embroidery and tucks; also a very pretty pat?
tern of embroidered ruffle and small tucks. Gowns, of extra'quality muslin and
cambric, with round and square neck, trimmed in Val. lace and beading and
finished with ribbon. Skirts, pi fine cambric or muslin, with trimming of em?
broidery and Point' de Paris lace and three rows of insertion. Chemise, of fine
cambric, with embroidered edge of beading and ribbon.
f* QO Corset Covers, of lawn and soft-llulshed cambric, Swiss embroid
f?.^? ery around neck and arms, finished with beading and ribbon.
Gowns, of long cloth and cambric, round or square neck, with embroidery and
Val. insertion, yoke ruffled and edged with lace. Drawers, of fine cambric, with
umbrella rufflo of Val. insertion and*tucks. Skirts, of cambric, very superior
quality, umbrella flounce of lawn, with trimming of Val. insertion.
f O QO Spocial?Skirt of very lino cambric, with umbrella ruffle of fleur
F?.^? de lis lace and five row? of insertion, with hemstitchod tucks and
Swiss beading, full width nnd extra dust ruffle. Gowns, of long cloth or soft
cambrio, trimmed with medallion lace and ribbon.
Other styles in exclusive designs in all Summer Underwear garments at
prices that range gradually up to $12.60, '
fourth and ffiroaci tS?s.
Great Meeting to Be Held at
the Academy This Af?
in the Academy o? Muslo this afternoon
?i 3:30 o'clock there will be he d the
May Festival of Christian Unly. n,
wiitoh all denominations In the city will
"t'?G? May Festival is sJways an event
of no little Interest in church circles hore.
It was first held largely through the
Instrumentality of Dr. K*rr. and t has
since grown Into quite an Insti utlon
The attendance Is always excellent, and
doubtless will be so again to-day.
Tho general subject this year will be
"The Holy Scriptures," W* *"ere wUl be
four addresses by well-known ministers.
Tho programme will be as followsi
Invocation ?Rev, Jere Wlthersppon, D. n.
Sture Reading .R*v. T. Lehmann
grayer.???? C' A< Mwks
AdMdSu?lThe KOly ????????",'????"'??
!?s. The Holy Serrures in So^
Address',' The' Jl'oiy 'ser?ptwres Ih CI vi U'
zatlon.Rov, Robert P. ?verr, P. B.
Rlchmond-p. E. H?bnnk ?nd wife to
H. y?. West, ao ieet on ?futhn?^a8S
Avenue, W feet, east of Roland, ?tieet.
subject to deed of trust for tf,0OU,?Q._
Roger Gregory and wife to Hill W??
, taguo, ?0 feet on north side <*rac9f\Ml.
I 252 feet -west of Allen Avenue, *4,82?.
*' ?two ? Mrs, Mary, ft West? W ft?* ??
south side Grace Street, 224 feet west o?
Allen Avenuo, ?3.912.
Bessie and J. A. McGllvray to Salile ?.
Jones, 103 9?-12 feet on south side Cary
Street, 26'?-12 feet west ot Reeervolr,
Albln Netherwood and wife to Armenia
E, Cole, 25 feet on north side Broad
Street, 50 feet east of Thirty-fourth Street,
D, O'Sulllvan and wife to J. 8. Moore,
2-1 feet on north side Main Street, 21 ?-12
foot west of Eighteenth Btreet and 2? .?-12
foot on west side Eighteenth Street, 110 7-13
feet north of Main Street, ?7,250,
G. D, Poarman and wife to ?. H. West,
It) feet on south side Bark Avenue, 07
feet east of Rowland, $290. .,,><
Patrick W. Raftor to John Munro, 1B5
foot on north sido Ivy Street, northwest
corner By enmaro Street, ?1,000,
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TN THE CHURCHES
Dr. Bruner to Address the
At the ?. ?. a A. this afternoon the
Rev. Dr. Weston Bruner, the new pas?
tor ot th? Calvary Baptist Churoh, will
address a large audience ot men. His
subject will.be "Who Missed It?'
At Grove-Avenue Baptist Dr. Haw?
thorne will preach In the rooming on "No
Suspension of Divine Law in the Salva?
tion of Men." At night Dr. W. K. Whit
sltt will preaoh.
At the First Baptist Church, Dr, ?.
M, Poluat, pt Philadelphia, will preach
at both services. In the evening he will
deliver the anniversary sermon of the
Young Men's Missionary Society,
At the Second Baptist Church the an?
nual Sunday-school service Will bo held
In the morning at 11 o'olook. At night.
Dr. J. B. Hawthorne will deliver the ant
nuul sermon to the Young Men's Mission?
Tho anniversary of the Sunday-school
of the Grape-Street Baptist Church will
be celebrated In the afternoon at 4
o'clock. There will be no service at night,
At Leigh-Street Dr. J, William Jones
will preach In the morning. At night
there will be "An Evening of Music," led
by tho choir.
At Calvary, Dr. Bruner will preaoh In
the morning on "The Value of ft High
Aim." His subject at night will be "What
la a Christian7''
The Rev. L. B. Betty will breach In the
?foaming at Clay-Street on "Ah Ideal
Prayer." and at night on "An Joeal pur?
At Centenary Dr, Lear will preach at
night on "Ruture Retribution, or the
Fats of the Wicked."
Dr. Kerr will preaoh morning and night
at the First Presbyterian Church,
The annual. sermon of the Oakwood
Memoria) Association will be preached
at night at the Tbiril prssbyferlan Church
.tyftlt?, ?Bev, Dr, ?.(B, 9lfffle*'toA
MR. ISAAC DIGGS
PAID THE FINE
Was Fined $10 on the Charge
of Striking Dr. Gasklns.
Mr. Isaac Biggs was fined ?10 In the
Polios' Court yosterday morning ' on the
charge of assaulting Dr. R- Fuller Gas?
The1, evidence? showed that Mr; Dlggs
struck' Dr. Galklns because of a report
that had reached him that'Dr, Gasklns
had'slapped hlff boy. Dr. Gasklns denied
that he struck tbo boy, Both men ex?
pressed regret at the occurrence.
W, D, Jenkins was sent on to the grand
Jury for. assaulting Jennie Jeffress on
Joe Mlnson, an old-timer, was sent down
for thirty days for being drunk, He
accepted his sentence philosophically,
Davit Monument Fund, '
The following amounts have been re?
ceived by the treasurer of the Jefferson
Davis Monumont Fund since last re?
Camp No. 1451, U. C. v., Amarilla,
Tuli Ross Camp, No. 104, Bonham,
Texas ,. ,. .. ., ,.,.?. ROO
S. T. Blessing, Fort Worth, Texas, 2.83
Kdward Sparqw Chapter, La . 10.00
Kate Brflckenbrldfca Chapter, Dan?
ville, Ky . ?.00
Mrs. Fry, San Francisco, Cal ,...,. 10,00
Mrs, Kittle, San Franolsco, Cal .... 0.00
R. E. Loo Chapter,! Marshall, Mo., 10.00
M, M, Parson Camp, No, 7?15, War?
ronburg, .Mo ...... ., ... ,, .500
Mrs, S, Thomas McOullough, Staun- '
ton, Va .,.,.,.,100.00
Columbus Chapttr, Miss ...,. 0.00
Miss Mary Harrison, Miss ,,,,,,,?,,, .?0
J. B. Hood Camp, Texas. 5,t0
Sam Davis Camp, Texas . 1.00
Malver? Chapter, No, in, Malvern,
Ark .,,,',. .? io.ro
Tom Rceso Camp, No. 1427; At- :
talla, Ala .....:. 1P.40
Mrs. R. M. Naru<h New York ...... 3.00
Mrs. E. B. Powell, New fork. ..?.. 3,00
t'eavolr Chapter, ?Gulfport, Mis* ., 6.00 '
Miss Kate Mason Rowland .,.,, 10.00
.Waynesboro, Gft.,; Memorial Asso, BM
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