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LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE
Charleston's Welcome to Visitors
THE CITY IN GALA DRESS
tin* Voiorans nmi Their t-'rlemiN
KmItcrliiK In Force?Sired* mill
! I <l In . n In the Colors or II.r
??Lost ? imsr" a nil Hu? Union--Hie
Auditorium ncdicntetl -Memorial
II?)'? Winnie Hurls' Sticcc,.s->r.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-FlloU)
Charleston, P. *'.. May :?. in gain
'dress of bunting and festoons of elec?
tric lights Chhjrleston la to-night wel?
coming the visitors nnd delegates lo
the ninth annual reunion of the United
Confederate Veterans. AH day the
railroads have been emptying hundreds
of tho men who Wore the gray ami their
friends, and tho little olty which heard
the firs} hostile shot of tie. war between
the Stales In n ihly undertaking the
task of oaring for a crowd, which by
lo-morrow threat! us to tax its every
Facilities for forty thousand persons
have been provided, and the prospect
lr! that every cot will be need. d.
ll AX I IS) 'Mr. DKi l< 'i;'.\TH >NS.
The princlpnl street.? are handsomely
(decorated with bunting iho red. white
nhd red?of ilic "Lost Cause," and the
Start; and Stripes mingling fraternally;
Hide by side flutter did Glory and St.
Andrew's Cross, while the, white pat
;?notto of South Carolina gleams every
vhei.- frotn its blue Held. M?sl of the
anore distinguished ex-Confederate
loaders are already in trie city, among
them being Generals Gordon, the com
mander-ln-chlef of Hie association;.
.Stephen D. Lee, Wad. llampt hi. t'lem
?t>nt A. Evans. Caboll, George I'. Gar?
nison, and General Harden. General
V\"hreler will arrive to-morrow.
REUNION REG INS TO-MORROW.
The reunion prop. !- begins lo-morrow,
the only official function scheduled for
to-day being the reception of the
cruiser Itnleigli, which was postponed
becauso of the vessel's accident in going
tiground while coming up to (he city
this morning. This portion of tin- pro?
gram, however, will bo carried out to?
morrow morning. The cruiser will be
m'el by n committee, headed by Mayor
Smith, who wilt deliver an nddrcss of
?welcome, a State salute will be llrcd
from a battery manned by Nova I Re
neryes, and Captain Coghlan and his
officers win be entertained at luncheon
by1* the Carolina Yncht Club. Captain
ICoghliin has been Invited to take formal
Jxirt in the memorial exorcises.
To-night the groat Auditorium erected
(especially for this occasion was for
kiially dedicated with Impressive cere?
monies, its seating capacity of T.oeO
persons was taxed to hold the crowd,
t Ml the stuno Were seated all of tbe dis?
tinguished visitors and many of the
lending cillxcns of the city. A superb
choir and orchestra furnished the musi
tal portion of tli.. exercises, and ad?
dresses wore irinde by Mnyor Smith,
General Wade Hampton, Major Thco
il.'ic C. Maker it ml lion. T. W. Itaeon.
The <ir.-i.vcr was made by Rev. Ellison
Capers, Rlshop of South Carolina, and
si brigadier general in the Confederate
feplJTII CAROLINA MEMORIAL DAY i
To-morrow will be fust day of the r -
Union and the occasion will also be an
observance of South Carolina memorial
clay. Tho parade of the veterans will
occur in lite afternoon, at the conclu?
sion of which memorial exercises will
be held in tho auditorium. General
Gordon w ill in si,1., ajqtl v. ?? ? ?? .
dross. The memorial address will bo
made by General George Moorman, of
New Orleans, adjutant general of the
Confederacy, and a salute will be fired
by veterans of |hn famous Washington
Artillery and Hart's Battery.
'J'lIK REPRESENTATION GENERAL
Pr< bnbly no former reunion of the
Confederate Veterans has attracted n
more general representation from tho
veterans, and a 1 irgel" crowd of visitors
than Charleston promises ;?? have on its
For several days visitors have been
coming in large numbers, while tin'
committee estimate tb-t iv.uuii persons
arrived here to-night und slxte.n spe
i i: I trains arc scheduled to arrive be-1
tween midnight ami |o-m n w m ru?
in.!-'. The privat" Ii Uses "f Co. city
have been thrown open with true
Southern hospitality, Iho hotels are
packed and for 11?? - accommodation of
Iho veterans nn dthose who nr.- unable
to pay even the moderate tariffs, sev?
eral huge warehouses have 1.n equip?
ped with cots nnd every convenience,
while i hi- eating arrangements are
Many social functions arc In pro?
pre--- in honor of the distinguished visi?
WINNIE DAVIS' SUCCESSOR.
Among the arrivals to-dny was Miss
Nannie Randolph Heth, of Washing
Ion .who succeeds Miss Winnie Oavis
as sponsor of -.be usaoclatlon'.her maids,
Miss Cnffery, Louisiana; Miss pe?
ters, of Washington: Miss Wilcx, nnd
Miss Alston .of South Carolina.
IN MEMORY OF LEE.
EQUESTRIAN* STATUE TO RE
ERECTED VT ARLTNGTl IN.
(I)y Telegraph to Vlrgmlah-PHot.)
Washington, May o.- Definite steps
v.er.. taken to-dny by persons Interest?
ed in tie- project for Iho erection on a
site hear the old homestead of General
Robert 13, Lee, at Arlington, ?>( an
equestrian statue of the great Confed?
The matter has been under consider*
ntlon for Homo time, and to-day n com
panj.mposod largely of Southerners
visited tho proposed sit-, which will be|
transferred to a monumcn| association
that was organized ibis afternoon. The
Alte which is about 100 feel square is on
Fort Myer Helghls, just .-.ist ,,r the
now oouri-hoiifio of Alexandria county,
nnd commands a fine view pi the Na?
tional Capitol, while the historic I'o
<&f-,,. .. . ..
tomac river, which divided north and
south nearly forty yeans ago, can be
seen far below the Long Bridge. u
was donated by Mr. I>. K. Trimmer, ot
The military road (?> the National
Cemetery al Arlington passes along
Juki at the base of the hill which
the site is l ?cated.
The ofllcers of tlio association niv as
follows: President; .Mrs. Sicblon U.
Vance; VIcc-Prcsldonts, .Mrs. 8. B,
Stephenson, Mrs! Buss Smith, Mrs
Albert Ackers, Miss Miller ami Miss
Virginia Miller; Secretary; Miss Nina
Stephenson; Treasurer, Mis. Edward M.
Gndsdch. step* will now bo taken i"
wnrd securing u charter in the District
Till-: VETERANS NOTIFIED.
It was decided tu send a telegram re?
garding tli" proceedings to the Confede?
rate Veterans reunion, whli h begins its
sessions a) Charleston to-morrow morn
Ing. It rendsAts follows:
''General John I'.. Gordon nnd Com?
"Our heartfelt congratulations to con?
vention ? veterans. We ttnuouncc the
prgrinlsntion of the Itoliert I-:. Lee
Monument Association of the District
of Columbia, the purpose "f which Im
tu erect nn e?:ue'struln statue of <>nr
chieftain nl fort Mycr Heights] Alex
.1 ndrin e< iiml y, Va.
"HOBT. K. LEE MON. ASSX..
"Mrs. PLOttBNCE VANCE. I'rest.
".Mrs. NINA STEPHENSON,
It Is expected Confederate associa?
tions throughout the country will come
to tho ni l of the local body, as it is
Intended i" make tho erection of the
monument u national affair.
At Fori Lafayette.. Indiana, on the
30th of May. lSiV*. tho graves of the Fed?
eral soldiers were decorated. During
tin- ceremony Dr. Bice rend tho follow?
ing Icttorj which accompanied a beau?
tiful wreath: "Please place this \vreath
? >n the grave "f s >m.. poor r< bei soldier.
My iduar papa, dlo.l tit Andorsonvllle.
ami perhaps some litt!.' girl in 11?- -
South will place a wreath of roses
Sometimes on tho grave el* my dear,
"J E X XIE V13 BNON."
Near a fair city of tho West)
'I'h" people mot.
And iiiitn aching bosoms hands were
Ami eyes were wot.
And mi tlo green graves of the nation's
Tho young spring flowers?memorial
llowi is they spread.
And for ih. Ir loved and lost the women
While the impartial sunbeams softly
Through ihc deep shade.
And showered its golden glory o'er tho
Of South' : n hero and of Northern
And in tltat silent city where the dead
Took their repose,
No sweet magnolia (lower its fragrance
Nor Southern rose;
And all unconscious of (he eoM neg?
lect. ' V
In their deep sleep our Southern sol?
When for the grave that held a fallen
There cnine n wreath;
A BwetJi i" ace-offering in that day of
And selfish grief?
And from o child mad!' orphan by the
Whose father's grave his darling never
God's blessing rest upon thee, gentle
May happy hours
And dnys and months nnd years upmi
Tliy gift of (lowers
Will bring more pence to our distracted
Than Iron chains, or sword in tyrant's
Thrice happy man that takes unto Iiis
Thy young warm heart:
For thy suit eyes shall drive atvav all
With I yjng art._
May i y i hildreit play ih' ir merry
Around tliy door and cr>wn thv happy
Thy generous words piye token that
"Will dawn again,
And local lends and faction? pass
Thai noble men,
Men born of mothers such as thou
Will make our land the birthright of
T. ft. 13,
Icll, if jr?|l Mlll'ltr from nnv <>i Hit'
lrmii>l?>N remit ling l rum jmuiiini
err in-*, J'wti mil) lie riirril pel mniicnl
i> Im MkluK Hl? ii'il Or. liullee).
WoiiUcrfiil i iii'iric I'liN.
Sexually Wenk Married or Finde Men.1
who are Buffering a Hagglng of their
i were or from prcinntur? "1>1 ngc, use
Uns? wondeifful LUootrlc Wils, which re?
store the wrecked and debilitated oik.uis
io perfect vigor, arrest premature ex
hauatatlon, Impart tone and energy to
the blood anil fully restore tiiu Nagging
powers and dormant energies.
The pllla havi cured many thousands of
men wi>i> had battled for years against
th" mental and physical suffering of lost
manhood. It Is a home treatment, and
all men who suffer with any form of
sexual weakness, premature Joss <>f sex?
ual strength and memory, weak hack or
omaCiStioil of parts can eine th< iiis?dv< s
at home They atop nicht drains at once.
Price n per b,nx, or boxes; full treat?
ment, P Us sent, closely sealed, all
charges prepaid, day ordcfala received on
receipt <>f price. (Special directions sent
with each order. Ol Jit MEDICAL BOOK
describes above-named troubles; also
Stricture, Varlcoccle, etc. Sen.I for It 10
ilai -oar institute cstabilsed lt>l^- Address
IIAI.I.UCK HKIIKt.tli lA'NTITtUi'K.
kill ? im i'i ititNi on, Mn??.
1 have the ClIALtiEXGH ItKKItlf.KU
ATOItS and It has the rlj:ht name, a.s ii
will challenge any good hardwood refrig?
erator on the niark- t. If in need, eill and
examine stock and rtet prices. All sea?
sonable goods at low prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Both Phones No. 401.
importers or a Larijc Lot
?OF FIRST- CLASS ?
J. M. JORDAN &. CO.,
Water strict and Ko.moUc Hock.
A nif! lot of Dress Skirts that were
overlooked by the other dealers. WK
Wo have them in SILK. SERGE! and
MXBN all made >i|> in the most approved
STYLE, and WORKMANSHIP.
The prices range from 60c. to S\".'f>. Wo
have one In particular that will do you
uockI to know about. A swi 11 Linen
Skin trlmtpi l i" white bra.d, 68c.; a value
never ottered b? fore.
Our WAIST Department Is full to over?
flowing, The assortment unlimited. The
prices will have to suit you.
362 MAIN STREET, ?
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
For Lowest Prices
and Best Terms
on Portoble, Stationery, Corliss and Ma?
rino bkiglnes, Steam Bold r--,all styles and
sixes; lias. Gasolene and Naptnn kln
glncs, ISiectrlo Motors. Saw. Gr.'st and
Shingle Mills, Wood Working Machines,
Belting, Scales of all kinds. &c. Call o:i
or write lo
T, ?. PEHHYj
No. roi Water street (Roper Building).
Loth phones .\ .. i. Norfolk, Vu.
AHES, BROWNLEY IHORN I HAL
THE MONTICELLO CORNER.
SPECIAL THUHSDHY HNO FRIDflY. SPECIAL.
PERC?LES? Our entire line of the very best makes,
12,'ic. qualities, and the best styles of
the season many of them just received, 8 S"2c?
DRESS GOODS. Our regular ?Oc values, and no
better west shown at this price.
The line contains stylish Fluids, herring bone weaves and
other good styles, 40 inches wide. They are yours Thursday
and Friday at 39C.
LADIES' VEST. Richelieu Rib, lisle finish, with
silk tap, only 32 fl?2c?
So. Bell 'Phone No 437. So. States Phone No. 825
e'>V?.'',vi'kv' inwnLmunti .iivivtWi
tlock ?ml it will do
ho other at u hi i n
:' Simply ham: ti|> the
tho rest', .-.s ii rerluln
lor a long time.
We have sold a number r.nd find them
growing in favor. No oiitaldo wire con?
nection required, as everything heeded la
Mere Kodaks and supplies. You gel the
freshest from us ax we x-1 supplies every
week. Men- elegant Sterling Silver Just
to hand in Howls, Dishes, Trays, Tea Set.-,
Spoons, forks, &c. It Is the price at
which we are selling them I hat makes tho
demand; Bring or send In your orders
for medals now as we nre getting busy in
c. f. en
318 Main Street.
When you know how.
You can buy for $7.30,pipe and connections free,
A DETROIT JEWEL OAS RANGI
And be instructed in its
use without charge.
JOHN 0. GftMftOE
Sewer and Well Pipe
Shingles, Flooring Etc
The following are the most fash?
ionable yachts, and we have received
a lull supply ol" them.
?In Walking Hats?
ZA-ZAand PORTO RICO.
CN WEDNESDAY, iCth INSTANT,
We will exhibit Hie latest styles in
Trimmed Hats. They are beauties.
S. P. RIES.
1? ISS Church JSt.
HAVE" YOU S?~
Call at 330 Main street anil examine the
lame ami carefully Delected stock which
\\!U ho shown you !>y courteous aiid ex?
perienced sali -in. :).
A large Hue ol embroideries from Go.
yard and up. 'Nolle? the east window as
Friday, I2tli. Special Sale,
. Not lets ib" west window coming week.
Wash Goods, l-'rench Dimity, l-Veneh
Organdie, Domestic Dimity. The grounds
ion from very light to navy und black.
Designs many and rlclt,
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
L. II. WH1TEH?RST,
No 336 Alain Street,
New phone SS7. OLD STAND.
We guarantee all trunks bought of us
foi- one year and repair them free of
charge. Wo palm the name iml a.ldresi
<>:i your trunk gratis; Leather Num.,
T.u-.s given away with all leather bags
ami Dress Suit Cages.
A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
A souare-top Canvass Tronic, brass
bolts and . lamps, iron bottom, brass knees
on iun and bottom, steel strap hinges,
S-sole leather straps, division for iiat i,o.\.
DRESS SUIT CASES
A Leather Dress Suit Case, worth $!.'?,
our price (2.75. . ,
A Leather Dress Suit Case, worth J^.oo.
our price, J3.75.
Roller Tray Trunks,
Automatic Tray Trunks,
We have a romplrte stock of Traveling
nags and Dress Suit Cases. Indies' and
Men's Pockeirboolcs, Traveling Goods of
all kmis siieli as, i.'locks. I ?riiiktni; Cups,
Flasks and Traveling C.panious. Civo
us a ..all. it will ray you.
lorfoli TtBH Fai
172 Church St., r.sar Main.
jT\\\"OAMAGE. VI N WALLEil
mat k mm,
Headquarter for Foreign
Unit, Lima. Piaster. BrlGKs.
Sewer and Chimnjy Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, Office and warehouse!
12 to 18 P LIME ST
Near ths Brii?e. NORFOLK VA,
ins-, at 10 o'clock, we shall
Sea Island and Windsor
Brands, and all perfect
cents the yard.
The prevailing price is 12^.
You may save S cents the yard,
and choose from 38 different
1) ? for staple 12>< goods.
Black Linen Lawns.
The Union at 2<>?the All
Linen at 37^2- The essence
of propriety and Summer com?
dosepti Brown, 220 plain St.
This time it is the man-,
ufacturer's loss and your
$1.50 Shirt Waists,
? Beautiful line of ?
P. K. and Grastt Skirts.
34 Granby Street.
Lawrence & Weiton
Tailor-Made To neglect their
Suits. mention would
be to neglect
one of the most important
items of our Spring equipment.
Prices range from #7.!>0 to
Fancy Prices very mod
Petticoats, esf, quality con?
From $5 to #15.00.
P. K.s All sorts, kinds and
Galore, qualities. From the
small lit pattern to
the widest welts.
12.'ic, 15c, and up to 39c.
CII VQ Wash Silks,Taf
Silks, Poplins and a host ol
others. 51.00 is the popular
price. The Wash Silks are
Lawrence & Weiton
Acme of Ice Cream
A\ettowee excelled by
Phones 549. J9 CHARLOTTE.