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GARDNER V. GARDNER.
Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia.
September 13, iuoo.
A widow HAS DOWER in LAND
WHICH HER HUSBAND OWNED
IN KEIO SIMPLE AND WHICH HE
CONVEYED BY DEED IN WHICH
hi IK did NOT UNITE.
These were two milts heard together,
one to set aside a deed for certain lands
conveyed to John Gurdnor and the
other by the widow of John Gardner
for dower In nni.1 lands, The lower
court dismissed both bills und there
Were appeals In both cases.
The court says:
Upon oral testimony taken before n
commissioner of the court, to whom
the causes wore referred, In support of
uppcllcc's contention and to which ap?
pellants: excepted, the circuit court
made the decrees appealed from.
it Is unnecessary for us to determine
whether this oral testimony vyns ndmls
slhle to niter the documentary evidence
showing that John Gardner had s?uch
seizin in the lands in controversy after
Ills marriage with appellant, Jennie M.
Gardner, as to entitle her to dowry
therein, for if it were conceded that
It was admissible, It Is by no means
sufficient to sustain oppel'^o's conten?
tion thnt the lamb; in quest ion were In
fact conveyed to him,' ond the confusion
as to title thereto caused by the middle
letter of his name being Inadvertently
or otherwise omitted from each of the
four deeds above mentioned.
I The court then recites the evidence
and continues. |
Under these circumstances, It is in?
conceivable that In each of the four
deed8 conveying on interest in the
"Fullen lands" lo John Gardner, the
mistake was made that appellee con?
tends for, and It Is Incredible that sie h
a mistake could have been made ah I
appellee not have discovered it und de?
manded a correction till March, 1S31.
when lie procured the deed from John
Gardner of March 24, IS01. Appellant,
Jennie M. Gardner, not having united
with her husband In that deed, she Is
Clearly entitled to dower in the lands
thereby conveyedi therefore the decree
of Julv 12, 1897. Is erroneous.
While the evidence In the case Is suf?
ficient to raise a strong suspicion that
the deed was obtained by appellee by
fraud and undue Influence, It is. in our
opinion. Insufficient to sustain the air
legation, and therefore the decree of
October 2. 1X!>7. In so tar as it dismissed
that bill must be atllrnietl. Afllrmed in
part and reversed In part.
DABWIN V. MOORE.
Supreme Court of South Carolina.
July 11th, RilHl.
DISTRIBUTEES OF A DECEASED
PERSON t A N NOT ACQt' 1 RE
'TITLE TO HIS CHOSKS IN AC?
TION WITHOUT ADMINISTRA?
TION PROCEEDINGS, MERELY
ItY TAKING POSSESSION, SO AS
TO SUE O.N Til KM IN Tili: l Ii OWN
R. R. Darwin deported this life Inles
tnte, on the 10th day of November. 1SD3,
survived by the plaintiffs as bis only
heirs at law ami distributees. At bis
(h ath ho held, as the owner thereof, a
mortgage on 11J acres of land, situate
in Cherokee county, in this state, exc
cuted by the den ndnnt, Mary M.
Moore, while she uas the wife of 1!. M.
Moore, now deceased, to Botjure a scaled
note dated 29th of August, 1800, and
maturing 29th day of August, 1S95. for
the sum of $112.93, with .?? per cent. In?
terest. After the death of R. R. Dar?
win, bis two children, the plaintiffs,
look possession, us the owners thereof,
of said sealed note and mortgage, and
now hold the same as such. On the
'.oh day of January. 1809, these two chil?
dren of the said R. R. Darwin brought
nn action against the said Mary M.
Moore as defendant to obtain judgment
on said note and mortgage. The defen?
dant appeared und answered. From n
judgment for plaintiffs defendant ap?
The court pays:
This court deems it a duly it ow'-s, in
upholding the law In relation to intes?
tate estates, to state that the practice
of the plaintiff;-, in avoiding any admin?
istration of the estate of their father by
suing In their own names as his heirs
it law and distributees, ns holders of
bis personal property, cannot bo sanc?
tioned. II is true Mr. John T. Darwin,
ns one of the plaintiffs, in his testi?
mony, states: "There was no necessity
for administration, in my opinion;" but
we would state that the opinions of an
Individual claimant of property cannot
outweigh the law. Strictly speaking,
there Is no ownership of personal prop?
erly of tin Intestate by bis children.
They are only entitled to receive what
hi left after paying bis indebtedness
and the expenses of administration.
The legnl title to such personal prop?
erty of nn intestate vests in his admin?
istrator, Rut In the ease at bur the
defendant declines to raise this ques?
tion, and we fear, therefore, thnt. as
between the plaintiffs and defendant,
we must decide alone upon the ques?
tions here presented. Affirmed.
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(Under Atlantic Hotel.)
? . feI7-eod-tf
BY BISHOP- PARTRIDGE AT ST.
A large and interested audience heard
the address ot Bishop Partridge, of the
"Episcopal Church, at St. Paul s Church
last night. Dr. Partridge, who has re?
cently been made a Bishop in Japan,
has spent sixteen years In missionary
work In Chinu. His address was
fraught with peculiar interest to Chris?
tians In this country. Ho spoke of the
progress of the work In Japan and gave
a very hopeful outlook for the future
spread of the gospel among the
heathen. He bore with special em?
phasis on the duty of the church In
America to see that the glorious gospel
of Christ, with its richest blessing,
shall descend on the people of that be?
nighted land. He said that while the
church here could not in person be
with the noble band of missionaries
who lptd sacrificed the comforts of
home and gone into these far-off coun?
tries with the uplifted banner of the
cross of Christ as the only hope of
those who were shrouded in heathen
darkness, they could aid 'hem by their i
prayers and means In hastening the
day when all nations shall hear and
receive the joyful tidings of the gospel |
of Christ and be brought under its
The following Kpiscopal divines were
sealed within the chancel: Rev. Dr.
R. 1?. Tucker, Rev. Robert Gatewood,
Rev. C. K. Woodson, of Norfolk, ami
Rev. 55. S. Fat land and Rev. A. C.
Thompson, of Portsmouth; An offer?
ing was made for missions in Japan,
after which the favorite missionary
hymn, "From Greenland's Icy Moun?
tains." was sung by the choir ami con?
gregation and the meeting was dis?
missed with the benediction by Bishop
BROOKLYN WON AGAIN
SECOND GAME FOR THE CIIRONI
CLE TELEGRAPH CUP.
'Hie second game in the past season's
series between Brooklyn and Plttsburg
for the Chronicle-Telegraph Cup was
played yesterday and resulted in an?
other vit lory for tho Champions, the
s.o being Brooklyn I. Piitsburg U.
The trophy the clubs are playing for
Ii a beautiful silver cup. lined with
gold, and adorned with fancy designs.
Ii is valued at J500 and becomes the
pormunent property of the club winning
the last three out of live games.
Should Brooklyn win lb" game in-day
the series will be at an end. and the
prize, along with the championship
pennant, will go to tin- city of
''hur?.lies. There has been so much In?
tercut manifested in Plttsburg that'the
managers id' both teams decided to p ay
the whole series in that city.
Thore was a game of football in the
Academy lot at 12 o'clock yesterday be?
tween the Charlotte Street School team
and the Academy leant. It was a hot
contest and was watched by a consid?
erable number of people from the
Street. Tin? boys from Charlotte street
were too many for the Academy eleven
and they were defeated by a score of
."> too The playing of Fa riant, the full
back for Charlotte street; was a fea?
ture. Ho wits a touch-down by run?
ning straight through the centre of the
Captain Win. Lee, of the Charlotte
street team, Bays he would like lo hear
from Borne other team whose overage
weight is not greater than 120 pounds.
Wlarino Hospital Notes.
Dr. J. M. Eager at the head of the
Marine Hospital office In Norfolk,
leaves In November for a trip lo Eu?
rope of four months' duration. Ho
win be accompanied by his wife and
Dr. H. R. Carter, who, a number of
years ago was In charge of the Marine
Hospital office and until recently chief
quarantine officer of the Island of
Cubit, has been ordered to Louisville,
Assistant Surgeon Dr. C. A. Lnvln
der. United States Marine Servlcej und
formerly connected with St. Vincent's
Hospital, this city, but lately < bi t
quarantine officer of the island of Porto
Rico, has been ordered to Washington.
Now Officors Elected
At a meeting of the Westminster
League of the Fir.u Presbyterian
Church held last night oiflcer.s were
elected for the ensuing .vear as fol?
lows: President. Georg-? Douglas
Black; \'ice-President. Wllcoic Bright
well: Secretary. Geb. Encash; Treas?
urer", John D. Rush.
'I'lm_incclii, -,?M?1**t4?night?irrrr?i '. ?
largest that the League has ever lield.
The League Is steadily growing In
Mr. Win. H. Cnrrlck, a highly esteem?
ed resident of Atlantic city Ward, died
suddenly at his residence, on Avenue
C. at 7 o'clock last night, in tie- 69th
year of his aj?Ci The funeral will be
AMONG THE CLERGY.
Coffee Hcing Replaced lijr Postum l und
"1 am the wife of a ministe:-. About
three years ago a warm friend, an ex?
emplary mother and the conscientious!
wlfo of a minister, asked me if I had
ever tried giving up coffee and using
Ihn Postum Food Coffee. I had been
telling her of my excessive nervous?
ness and ill health. She said: -\Ve
drink nothing else for breakfast bat
Postum Food Coffee, and it is a de?
light and a comfort to have some?
thing that we do not have to refuse
the children when they ask for it."
"I was surprised that sin- would per?
mit the children to drink even the fo i I
coffee, but she explained that it was
a most henlthful beverage and that
the children thrived on it. A very lit?
tle thought convinced me that f >r
brain work, one should not rely Upon
a stimulant such as coffee is. but
should have food and the very best of
"My first trial of Postum war; a fail?
ure. The maid of all work brought it
to the table, lukewarm, weak, and al?
together lacking in character. We
were in despair, but decided on one
more trial. At the second trial, wo
faithfully followed the directions, used
four teasp?onsf?l to tl-.e pint of wn or,
let It boll full fifteen minutes after the
real boiling began, and served ii with
rich cream. If was delicious nhd wo
were all won.
"I have since sung the praises of
Postum Food Coffee on many, many
occasions and have Induced numijera
of friends to abandon coffee and use
Postum; with remarkable result?. Tin
wife of a college professor said to me
a short lime ago that nothing had (??'. r
produced so marked a change in her
husband's health as the having ->ff of
cofi'ee'' and the use of Postum Food
Coffee." Edith Smith Davia, Apptc
lon, Wls. It
NtWS OF THE COURTS.
An Important Decision as to Mechanic and
Rendered Yesterday in the United States District Court?
Thos. F. Ryan Granted Leave to File a Supplemental
and Amended Bill in the Suit Against the Seaboard Air
Line?Eight Demurrers Filed, to be Heard First Week in
Judge Waddlll rendered a decision in i
the United Stales Court yesterday
morning i t the case ?f the Reese Man?
ufacturing Company. In bankruptcy,
by which the supply and mechanics'
lien laws of Virginia arc declared to
The decision is ns follows:
"In passing upon the matter of the
Reese Manufacturing Company, a pro?
ceeding in bankruptcy, involving large
interests, und tu Which nearly the
whole bar of Tide Water Virginia is
interested, oh the one side of the other.
Judge Wud?ill yesterday decided that]
the Mechanics' lien law of Virginia,
as well as the State Statute giving I
liens to those furnishing supplies and '
materials to milling and manufactur?
ing companies, were constitutional, |
and thut the Bankruptcy act of lsa:-,
did not invalidate the liens acquired
Under these State Statutes; be fur?
ther decided that the filing Of a me?
chanics" or supply Hen under the j
State Statutes was not such a pro?
ceeding at law or Ih equity as was
avoided by the Bankruptcy act.
"This Is a most Important decision
and sustains liens of the character
mentioned secured under the State
Statutes, and tuts been one of the most
generally controverted legal questions
presented by the Bankruptcy law.
RYAN-S. A. L. CASK.
The Kyan-Seaboard AI Kino case oc?
cupied the attention of Judge Waddlll
in the United States District Court yes?
terday. It had been announced that
the court would render a decision on
the plaintiff's application for IcaVe to
file nn amended and supplemental bill,
and there was in court when Ju Ige
Waddlll ascended the bench a l out
noon. ;i brilliant array "of counsel.
C Those who appeared for the Seaboard
Air Bine were .lud^e Legh li. Watts,
of Portsmouth; Judge L>. I.. Lewis ami
Hen. Edgar Allan, of Richmond, and
.Mr. M. L?. Bond, of Baltimore. Besides
these were present Mr. John Skellon
! Williams, of Richmond, president of
I the Seaboard Air Line, and Mr. E. St.
John, of Norfolk, vice-president of that
The plaintiff was represented by Mr.
William H. Pago, of New York; Mr. 1).
Lawrence G roner. of this city, and Mr.
w. B. Marbury, of Baltimore.
There was an unusually large num?
ber of attorneys and citizens in the
Judge Waddlll announced his deci?
sion as follows:
In the Circuit Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of Vir?
ginia, In Thomas F. Ryan vs. John
Skelton Williams et als., on the motion
of lue pin] nt lit' to tile an amended and
supplemental bill. Judge Waddlll band?
ed down the following decision:
"The matter presented for the consid?
eration of the Court is whether tu- not
the plaint Iff should have leave to tile
nn amended uml supplemental bil. in
"Without passing upon any other
question or determining the sufficiency
or Insufficiency of any pleading 1 re-.
sontcd. 1 think the plaintiff should Si tve
leave to ilie this supplemental and
amended bill as prayed tot, the same
when tiled to be subject to all proper
ibjeetlon to be taken thereto by excep?
tion, demurrer, plen or other proper de?
fense, and it will be so ordered.'' und
subsequently entered ili-> following or?
"This cause come on this day to he
board on the motion of the complain?
ant, pursuant to notice, for leave to
file n supplemental bin, and v . argued
by < ouric ii
j "On consideration whereof. ihe court,
[without passing upon any other ques?
tion, or determining the FMfilctency rr
insufficiency oi lh,e said bill, doth grant
! leave lo tile the same, und the same
wuf flic i accordingly;''
-Tc .1 I- the toui.nd im- pi..l 'iff filed
eight demurrer, which v<- .-.t down
for argument seme day dUT'-s : '.'?? first
week in December.
Before the decision was n.nn onced I
counsel for the plaintiff move.: j -. re I
ject, or to strike from the record, the
affidavit, reference to which bns been
the subject of newspaper comment,
upon the ground that the same wa.;
j Injet tod in the record without notice
i to defendants' counsel an:! without
[their having opportunity i<> examine
the same and ascertaining Its purport.
The court, while reserv ing a final tie-'
! cision. stated that as the affidavit wua:
presented and referred to in the ar?
gument, and the Introduction not oh- i
iei tod to by counsel for defendants at !
the bearing on tiio L'Tth of Sept.cmbt .'.
and it was then marked tiled by the j
clerk, it wns not clear how it could
be rejected; that the amended and j
supplemental bill having been filed ihe
affidavit became Immaterial, und that
it could have no bearing whatever In I
the final determination of the ease up
on its merits. The court also inti?
mated that bad objection been made
at the time the affidavit was bunded
the court, II would. In all probability,
have been rejected ns Irrelevant. &c.
The court postponed the final de?
cision that counsel on cither side might
(lie notes. ?
In the Law arid Chancery court judg?
ments were as follow.":
W. H. Taylor <'o. against Thomas
A. Freweri, suit on account, there wns
a Judgment for the plaintiff for Si'II.10.
George F. Knapp against Thou a , A.
Frevven. suit on account, liiere wns i
judgment for the lalntlff for $194.49.
NEW SKITS FILED.
L. d. Scott & Co. against F. I.. Pastie I
and L. V. Pnstlc, debt: damages $R}0.
In the Court of Law and Chancery
yesterdny the Security Real Estate
Company entered suit nunlnst Mttry ,
Lucy Miller and G. F. Miller. Jr., In
assumpslt; dninagen 8300.
The Court of Lew and Chancery wns!
engaged yesterday in the law suit of j
Morris Sllversteln against Marcus;
Marx, which was continued t'> hfcxt
.11'DGE HA NCK K L'S COURT.
Judge Hanckol granted a charter to j
the Deul Lnnd and Lumber Company
to hold and improve real estate and i
sell lumber. The capital is $10.000. The
officers arc: W. F. Deal, Kmporia,
president: J. T. Deal, Norfolk county, j
? crotnry-treasiirer and general mana?
ger. These, ?ttti j. d. Deal, Norfolk I
county; O. W. Deal and K. S. Rufnn, of
Norfolk, constitute the Board of Direc?
In the Corporation Court yesterday
Charles La'iighton, colored, was ac?
quitted on a charge of trespassing on
the property of the Southern Railway
Company, in tho Police Court Laugh
ton was lined $5 und appealed his ease.
In the Corporation Court yesterday
Swift ,\i Co. brought suit against N.
Black, an action of debt, the verdict ,
was for the plaintiff in the sum of
$1-.C>0 and costs.
?M DOB TAYLOR'S COURT.
In Judge Taylor's Court yesterday
there v.etc 17 cases and cash tines to
the amount of $17.;.".. Some of the cases
Peter Burk, drunkenness and resist?
ing an oillcer; lined $4..;..
Robert II. Harris, colored, drunken
I ness and committing a nuisance; lined
Henry MInter, assaulting Sarah Wal?
ker, ."ti Rodges Court, with a club; lined
Rosa Mason, colored, assaulting An?
nie Tinner; thirty days in jail.
Neal Prout, the negro charged with
attempted criminal assault on Elnorn
Jones, colored. In August last, was eon
victed of unlawful assault und sen
ten, cd to sixty days in Jail.
Jackson Davis and W. 11. Ncwhy,
colored, both hucksters, at the City
"Market were arrested yesterday morn?
ing for lighting and were lined $7.LT.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
G. W. Wood to Rosalle B. Watt, lot
with Improvements fronting "o feet on
North Park avenue; $2,400.
Ll/.zle A. !'.. Hunter and .T. W. Hunter
to-day transferred to the Relief So-1
eiet> for the Poor of Cumberland Street!
M. E. i "hut ch. South. Imnroved proper?
ty on South Freemason street for $14,
li. Boswell Bagnnll and John Sehlen
Hagnall to Patrick II. MOylan, lot and
building on Church street: $'.M00.
?"< i.M MITTEH SUICIDE.
The death certificate given by Coro?
ner Odend'hnl in the case of Mary
Wooden, who died at l?l Liberty street,
early Monday morning, shows that the!
woman committed suicide. She took :
opium. She was about ;>i> years of age.
Arthur Jordan Hall to Anna Vesev
Edgar Yeatman Burroughs to Annie
Rachel Williams. 4
HOTEL CHAWIBERLIN AFFAIRS
! JUDGE WADDILL DECLINES TO
API "i >INT A N< IT!! ICR RE
Attorney Jones, of Newport News,
counsel for Schmelz P.ios.. of Hamp?
ton, asked Judge Waddill, in the
United States Court yea'.erdiiy, to or?
der the sale of the Chanriborlln I..)'. ?!.
at Old Point, for which receivers were
recently appointed, and to appoint,
pending the sale, an additional re?
Judge Waddill declined to appoint
an additional receiver on the ground
that an additional receiver Is not need?
ed at this time. The hotel will be
closed for six weeks for the purpose
of putting in new machinery, so that
till It is opened again an additional
received will not be needed. This is
merely a temporary closing, as It is
Intended to have the hotel ready for
guests as soon as the winter season
The additional receiver was asked for
In the interest of local creditors at
Hampton. Their plea was that they
should be represented to the amount
of the oth.r creditors, as there are ;i
large number of them holding claims
against the hotel company.
D;rti Ir Matthews County
Mrs F&rah How. wife of Mr. Thins
ton Dow ? i at her home, near Por
Kaywood Ma thews county, last Sntur
day. af'.er at: illness of several week'
o? typhoid : vor. aged about 55 years
The deODSi I was a lady of most en
dealing traits of character ami pos
seased of ili-i many Christians virtu
an.I before i fs'.al Illness was an tu
t'lve parti . ? ?' In all the enterprise
of the c'.uu h, und her death bit
create l painful void in the cfiinmu
r.lty whoi *h was known only to he
Mrs Dow . ' friends In Norfolk wh
will learn with 1 ?rro'w of her demb
Her funeral held from the famil.
residence..i II o"e!ock Monday and wr
largely attend !. Her remains wer
laid to rest i.i ' ? family burial groun
She leaves, I les her husband, so i
ral children to mourn her joss.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 11
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I7t.ll.
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