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THE MATTER OF SOILS*
TEE BELA ftOXB TO CMOPi ASK now
TO DETERMINE HIEM.
Pref WfeHaef I ella How lr nt ir WeWWtf
Mew be oatetaed sa aa j ?MeeeSvsa
n 1, ?' Mi> a.I
Tile ?tjnJr lim: met al
? tl was again
w hltm v.
l. lent man "t
lt Would li'
the l?; '
After - * Indi 'I
. , sateen! ' '"'
that t ? ind Uno
At tbe al ?
I P, M.
I B] A ", i .
bed ? most
and mt': ?
? ? '
soil ti ?
?? L The i
, ? ii or thc
i ,, ?
' "I \crl, nltur.-.
soil , ?
? In d by
, ,ntemi lati l
? V t 1. ! , ? '. vv
at anv given Sal
r? / ll MEM 'I UP rill Kl IS.
I he *? rv. .? lina H.. e Ke.iiiofd by Ibe Ob
I nt I \ nell lim c.
Lyi ge of J. N. Ryker,
throughout thi State dui me up
t,, a pi ii Isl. Wh , rj *
through the winter
dull well- dr .
low end ; they were i
,n ol, I !;e ur.-1. though
.il for tIn- i aeson, i >n
the i work i ould
i.? .lone in February until the las) few
cn southei ii ? iposiin a, en I lohai i o-planl
,.wn in man)
illy In thi ?
ern Btate, ind
work could ba .lone
until about tic 26th (heat i\ hik
fallowing t"i ?
ed. un i . md planti i. in
up, bul thi
i ns lo
ortlnsj the peach bud*
...I in the
'i he ' ? m|
? ? k ii- ling 'it, the
ni of vi i
? ry fa
In fallon i- .
and kill - -illy reported
on Tn. Pride) mornings, t>ut
ind in Hie ti
-?lit thal more
ind less tobacco, will be
grown. The prospect* foi
a .v rn saj
?? d !
ta I city, in i
i enthusiastically on the
aubje. i the lett. ? -
tho*" Of H.V. I' ,|.,|| p,,,,] Iy
ter from Hlshop Van
?lr A iloch. Secretary Labor
ll, Man. hester:
Dear Slr,?These few line* will convey
to you my heartfelt .sympathy In the
movement Inaugurated by your aseocia- ali
tlon?namely, the change in the Saturday Hi
pay-day to mid-week. I shell give you
my full co-operation, b*cau*? your move
ts excellent. It will greRtlv benefit the
iai>.n .1-. freSS wlii.ru vim remove aa far
possible his praeonl great lei
rifler a hard week's work; Hie
nd ch,;! in .,, who Often mio". r
much, not for one day ga
(ni laborers ?nd artisans, ths 'iiizena at
by malting ths eeauaunlt)
Cart. DUI nor
ro? vs Ul be Instrumental In preventing
..i will ta ?
? nf ths Lord's I .ay.
I, von and your asea
fill In Hil tli.it will contribute to
in.- welfare ?
A. va.V DE VI
R r ll ae. batta!,
The cincinnati Oocnortsrclal-Oasi
Inetant, quotes sn extreet from
the letter of a WashU .
Mil from Home, BOB1 under data Ol
"Wg WT" ?
k Iel's studio i ?
visit. , a sault. :
' Diocletian's Had- most
ii""!' liing a little peasant gil! a
phau, foi ths has" of a bust of th.- lats
Bellgman, of New York, and ths
!,;?? sra ii s Mr.
? inn IIS, Wilt oil VS jill
ii, giving rjs linn
markablc picture. The
wails arsis draped in some pieces with
"'. i banginga. A beautiful
id", and tin?
V.eie In VHI c. ? - ault, d
I ss .-is a lp-i zed
ly and force of his srork. 1
'Judith* a magnll ? autifui
: a 'I.-.id 'i 'Iii 1st,' t i,
exquisite, touching arel Inelfabl)
iul ar, i majestic ?
sen. Mr. K/.eki< 1 li
r tl ? -
? :- i lum km,ss- if
for ur-, mill mi'!
me wiie,; ire arere ready to go to Tis,,ii,
ii" svoold give us?
ia,n usually, that WO
ibero io !? .-t
lid-da; lentil Berrica*
Tha ? it ha '?
been held al
w iii come
? m. The
i..... -.. fui in
t, and have i" en ?!
, ii of Richmond. To 'la ? 'i
? i will tiegin promptl)
and will last hall "'il.v.
been a di
?. he ontlnued ny ihe other de
, hut ll" -1 tion lo that r ff.- I
. ni. l upon. The sver
vices waa M-sen- nd lt ls
more than ii. ? is nusnbei
nominations would taki liva Uv
ln the matter.
Supreme < oort of defeats.
man vs. Chapman. Further i I
lon, I J. ?' ?
b it ''. Oor lui. E |., for I
and a ibm!I ?
s '| Al?
lor Scott, Esq., for appellant, and al bar,
i . of Wari ? ni rn; Judge i I
-. ls opinion
.1 ord vs. I'm r
i Clendenlng vs. conrad (N
aili be contlnui d, .. I
!. 1. No. hi
I.'I- ap; I lunt 'H. .li
?' inn. i w .'-lilli, Jr., and A.
L, Holladay for appell
Jollies .holli's dort.
1 > Mn!, ld, vs ho 1.' I ???? a pass ni
ol heall: . -,s ho
Harli ld was fined Sa.
The caa, of William Hool;,-,-, i olored,
leatlng ? horse, the property of R, B,
? ' ; .-' ' Uteri ,sa ? ontlnued un
Willi, Barged with
ir,-.ililli ? ji ii,
in ami ?
.i ourren y, the pr.ny ..r i > R
du desalt t'nurt.
> in the ? ?
? Ucl for tha deft ndant,
? i noon the trial
\. While ,V '
. bj P. h. . v Cabsil .:.
'. w . Hannan, stan- Treasurer.
Hie Bastings Court.
In the Hustings I'ouit before
ig a disorderly house, t>y allowing un
- arning In his bar-room, h
i I fe . revoked,
ll. R Hail was fined thi and costs for
- of Bdward ll en rv
? lute, the Jury faile i
I wai ged
in Kramer, <harge,) w-lth sboot
Ig Ktarik \\ I a qilittnl.
Continuing the Kxnmii'nt <> .
met in th ? ll. I|
it lon ?
ie di. morning
,s i o In to i ive i heir
? th lix. I tree o'
lol, ii is expected the! 11 ?
K Urmo driver.
iv morning, tha horses to < m* nf the
'.',,1 i Jo]
col ? d lo .* top
,.- r ins ss
ougfe to stand ih>- atraln an i
id theil ' is John
h. however, displayed
and tamped fross the
x. astrrle of one of UM horses, and
I. arouahl them -o a st.;..
liMtrd t'.ie CBBth I
Vmong tlit visitors at the Capitol yes
rday were State Senator John I, Hurt,
rutaylvania county, and Sheriff E
. Millatead. of Warwick county.
IheHBr-W. P. Carter, of Pulaski cour.ty.
k? called, who delivered at the ptnlten
ry Michael Scott (colored), sent.
thirteen years' imprisonment for rob?
SO THEY CAN PUY BALL
TUE HUSTLERS QUIT THEMSELVES
LIKE MKS YEST ER DA Y.
And Oiva th* Cu tm el Krsn.KsUr* *
MUl.ty llar.l Tuaala ll. f.,. 1 li-v
Webs l.nally Shut Out.
The lulturrd Bwaui-Eatara, from UM
Ot An, rl'ii,
lbs Hub, again mud.
In thia city yen:.
hare bi en ber* < i I
that oi .is.on \.
to ti em. i rday Hie Hustlers
ll til- g.lllle,
dd oniv s.
of his Trilbj -footed sages acroaa toe
a ii lin.
It ar, .'ifni game from atart
?niv won r
,, vv.tk. Little SfBlllBI Klynn
sr six long inning
only gad bl for six hit? Sav?
ing (;,..' '
Dtnaroore, who I PlfaB, only
ir hits lo t
1 pr /baldy hav ?
Idlag of the H
.. I old"! thal
Blag the plate In
saner, w Ith th*
ira put up a )
er Just past th* pit- bl r. i ? ? ?
for lt, "nd jus' .
the spin re. lt struck some! hbo
i.iin to tum
i'i,1 tin- BOBM team play ball? Well
you si. it ht m. It would
', iv ? d'.:." v OUT I have
int i..ill-1'i ,
pie .nil thean. They had gin
i sola fountain,
was something lo think over.
nu ? "ii es ? vi ii.
The sn me
ea gi umbllng, smiled,
?holt.:. Cl ni the
aides, and ? bare-footed
boya in bird-neetlng tune. Humanity
i i coriolis, and
ind in tn.' ;.reragi ball
i ? aboul the lo
. on., la te mention Bil,
and it' gOOd, hODl .ii-play
mentlon, i could tm
?.tl Library with an account of
. rio leeman ano I
played. Flynn pitchi d good ball, and
badly. n* hm ,
their poaltkine, whits Kain played ina
ii,,'. Beaton eau attribute
her victor) to her bunched bits. Na?h
ength at third. Make
, 1-, ? , v. imlnallon of tbs scoi
yOU will read tile history Of ene nf the
? r played u
ria ?? ? \ :
.r, ir o 5
' -. s.;: l i I l 'i
I cltv, C.1. .'. ?' I 3 1 0
hy, l. i. 4 1110 1
if. n 0 o
. lb. Ililli
I III ??
l I n I I !
p.:; '? o ii 4 ii
ah. h. j; r". \ B
f. 4 1 n 4
.2 1 ii 1 0 0
ll'. 1 I ll I 'I ll
2b. 4 " 'i I 3 il
'?. 4 1 ij 1 1 n
. I 1 ii I 4 1
Mc low nu, r. f. I ii I I " "
c..-..2 .' 1 <i
Hlnamore, p. l .I
Total.27 ? M
."--ore l.v in:,. H.
..." ' .
? Ullina, Nash.
Hollins, Nash, i
ya Rii iiiii'i.-id, |
. -. Houseman and Fostei; Bosl
ie and ' Wtl
ned ball Wilson. Bti ick out By
in, l. I..-rt on
;: tatoii ? id, H. rime of game,
UT ??? 'I I fOrt) -li . ?' nilllllte;:. | 'm
dre, Hansel, of Boston team. Attendance
FROM THE '. i ASH -TaSD.
'..ut' nf Hie (ii ur, Hann It'la Here and
Well, the Oi alfi ? erith
ie- Hi stier* this nfterndbn. If the home
? im i ,' - j hi to-day thai
he) did \ > .-;? rda ? Baltimore will
k to win.
Iliele. ll hil
ten hit* and ti.' ?
tn n made om ern
. nine men haw a on balla
Hon-- red up welt.
Ie toidi hie nine obanoee without un
Kain. Qrove*, Beri and Wells
i.'ind th.- ball v The Lattes
tlr.-t Ililli- - diftl
.. liv. In the lil'th
nd seventh Inning* be mad
The Hustlers w.-r guilty Ol
ty wen thi ia n
ut ,i number or tim. . .
boya are show
lg up BO nicely, it la about lillie the
:i tniei,t was being I
tt.-r. QaDd Coaching often wins K-'
McCarthy'* muff of Wella' By In thi
i i rt H Inning was as great fl BU rp I
cit pia)ci bi ?
The wey Nash play* ti,i'd is simply a
iiullon. He ls limn n e, ind th,ii
The nu n a ii Un th- various
irglnia club* ere ru follows: Wella fhrsl
i . m. of Norfolk, (Irst
of Roan oki
i Lynchburg, thud i,a<.-, Pender, of I". -
rt burg, third bare, and Tate, Ol Torts
louth, lirst i .
Wells denies that Kain han asked for
vianagci Bland, of the Portsmouth
lub. refused to rday Baltimore Ti
that "lull choose to stn,, ,:i a
. lintel, it ig saiti tH.it Hanlon will
ncc Portsmouth ls un
jr the National protection.
'IA ND A ll So LU.
in- Subject of l'rof. Windie.fr's Lecture
?t Kirbin.uni CellggS,
I'rett* or Winchester i>i,v. red the gae
ii I Matthew Arnold" last night
lat taring audie ice ,tt the
climie okapi L Thi roatrum
? '?ly i lei orated with |
rii.- speaker commenced by giving a
Iel sketch of Hr. Thomas Arnold, the
moua and Ins
d' luSuam e for good i n England, and
? two di*tl | ds, dough aad
Btthew Arnold, tl lag his el I
Tbe tara posse a ere ai.-,' gt
Ni vv mun.
ord a er.- stamped by gen
du* a, ' .| full
ahaesa and had real
apt* In ll Eli wa* equal to Walter
ott, for his writings smacked of tho
ottlsh Histlil-i la H.- had remarkable
WOt t.) accjuaiiii vou with the cumin.ui
?t gtrea to ideals or
it:- kit l ever written. Tba
selection*, to show the
meiy realism and true touch which
na through all of dough's linea. No
m loved truth more than he. Hia poema,
th some exceptions, portray hi* struggle
finding truth and proving that there
e a God. Cloughs life was uneventful.
Invitation of Emerson, he came to
.a country, but waa not pleased, and
"t'lliiflS to Knglsnd. It waa his belief In
hli-h spiritual things, though unproven,
that give* the healthiness and beauty to
About Matthew ArnoH. th? tweaker
said the Doctor was better known aa a
critic and prose-writer than as a poet,
and })?, was one of our best. Hi* poetry,
like ciouffrTs, was a eesrch for aplrliual
truth, and thc two minds acre a (ora
pleasent of each other. Beana judges
thought Arr.old'a temperament more that
of a critic than a poet. He was an ad?
mirer of cairn, cool, deliberate minds. Uko
. but 'lld not like flashing Sh. Hey,
ir .-.en the great Shakespeare. Hardly a
lld equil him In lovely i.in<!?a|fj
ind twilight rrenes. Ht wu the -.nest
finished, delicate portrayer if thia < cn
lury, but no portrayer of ai don or hu?
ll.- ls artistic, simple and a. -
curate, and his lines as clear and pure
as a Greek cameo.
Then Hie peaker r'al BlBBBgQfl to Il?
lustrate his aweetneas, ftn<- fr-llng and
classic passion. A note of regret runs
through all of Arnold's poetry, and a
mournful strain of do.it.t laddBBi
life. )f|a Ideals were tranquility and se?
renity of aoul. He loved quiet, and hated
stir and s-niggle. Though he lost religious
faith, he thought there was still fairness
In the world, and extolled beauty lo all
things. His poetry belonged to his early
life, for he wrote all before he was forty
lt. was never iontervt. but
? quiet Arnold and clough wi
both poets; Clough died a poet, Arnold
' lltlO. \ %ifj
The subject for to-night will be "Ten?
WLVDIMQ VF THE BEABOS,
ihe Last star.lom." r-nlrrtalnrnaut tha
lt..i Om ot *li
A pac keri house In the hall as weil ns
in the ti 1 the John Thomas
lng al tbs
Young Mens Christian Association build?
ing, where thaw made their tlrst a.
ance before a inclinion.] audfoa
was the tenth and last star course en
:ri -it of the season, and lt ssas
afterwards | ? the beet one of
all. Som.- person.' vviio are known as
reliable critics sven vs. nt so fas as to nay
-1 Bad ni rsr si t i any?
thing better anywhere U this .liv.
The company consists of Hr, John
Thomas humorist; Miss'Annie Webster,
violinist: Miss Salome :
ind Mr. Albert Hopkii Irtnoao
and pianist, All four in-mt. ns or iin
is- Brers not mere amateurs, bal
gi inline artists in their re?
branches; and i thom
epeati "en i .-I " Mr. John
kg, fh ? humorist, came In for the
I share of applause, end with his
i.ir> humor and great variety ol'
h.- k?H'' thS audience con?
vulsed With Ungot"-. His absurd whim
I spontaneous humor
l-alls- ii i.s;si|l.le. Hi" song Shawl
"Mau willi the Cork l.cg" and the ser?
mon on "Mother Hubbard and Hef Cog''
Beni volumes tf uncontrollable '?.
Broiag down the "hfeks of ida aa>
fBO vi. lin solos by Miss Anni" Wsh
11 ss. :? also rerj pt ila non
hlar.ily artistic an I ht handling of L ,,..
ards dllticult "I.lndadl Chamountx" fan
ibowed that she is fast placing her?
self alongside the leader. It BOClTII hard
Is- i redtbte, tint a yeing la/Is
ii tone out of an ln?,trim
i-t.-t > v. olng. As ""? -if the on?
geva Bract's "Carnival ds
with a acore or more of varia?
tions, and In lt she revealed her most
p. rf. cl mattery of the ?
The other two members of the rom
lao up to ths standard and
? ontributen to tai of thc
platform waa handsomely iW.-irat
'I with, draperies from 'h.- Pour*] linen,
? .n-punv. and fiirnltiiie leaned hy
Messrs Bydnor and Hundlory, while i
collection of fine planta was
furntthi ' hy slr ht H. ''aflin.
The u ired In full dress,
lleasrs. L. (Henel Burniaa B B
Christian, Jr.. John Arritetead, a. I
? Syds ? lias ihr >'>k, E. H. Mai tin
ai 1 Hugli fJoode.
A V'i IVenlr programme
onatad for the occasion by Mess-s.
Whittet & Bhepporson. It irnv? a -
Con Of ' -HIciSTiis takerl fror, il b
I aper pu: lishe,] jj, tIiIk city in regard
different strr course . nt. rtaln
snd oontnln, t a ? ard af thanks
ii tl - willowing firms, who. during the
? urea commil
ar B Hundley, sta^e rornltura;
i ri a Comp ? Hiller
, la droper!, il Un, th,ss. i ?
i'n . .1 fj H.irs.
floss, rs and palms; Ri. him D I Music Com
Tbs committee who V 1 hird
to make th' entertainim nts a BS
? i bj ths
achieved, which ls plainly shown in th*
: maud al this early time for
',.r thc next s< ason.
? LAM) ABUT OF THE BKfUBLIO.
tu Inter..-! nc Fnlnrialnment (H?*n La* t
Malu liv Phil Kaarrer I'o t No. 10.
il Lawler, conunander af the
hrand Army of the Republic, and the
nembers of his staff who
anylng him on his South-rn trip,
I lo arrive in this .Itv y.-M'-i 1 , s.
Ut for some reason they failed -to make
heir railroad connection, and a lelSglqIII
: io Qeneral Edgar Allen, lats
unounced thal they would
ot bs tars until this morning at s
clock. The programme mapped out
ill have in ta anende I, arid the drift
Trough th.- etty, perhaps; which had
cn lixcl for yesterday, will only take
lac- Hiis morning.
Ths Bseretsaa last nigh! under the aus
( Uss Womans Bettsf Corps of
lui. Kearney Post, So. 1". Q \ i;
hich were held at tbs hall 0
! NO. -i north Ninth sti.-.-t. etti
audielice, which followed the
ni.ms numbers of the entsrtlnrnent with
stsrset Thora area na sst
ii^riiiniiii-, hut a delightful evening was
store for everybody- There Brers
? io-'s, recitations, and instrumental I
i the plano and violin,
Among the visitors was Department
nmmander Colonel Joseph F. Fulton, of
ampton, and a number of the nie..
Bis staff. They all mad.- brief ad
?eaaea; one of them. Comrade Stet,),',.-,
de of the commander, pointed out the
. of introducing military drills
ths public and private school*, in or
?r to prepare the rising generation for
i emergency?to defend their country, if
He stated that such instru. -
ins had been successfully Introduced In
e East, the North and the Weat, but
at south of the Mason and Dixon Bnfl
uryland and Florida were the only
li present that had made similar
ovialons in their schools. He i
al li- In tended, to ask Governor O'Fer
11 for ,. on ths subject.
ro-day the Department Encampment
Virginia and North Carolina will |
pi in the old City Hall building, which
I h. i ii handsomely decorated with
inting and United States flags. Tho
campment will assemble at
I ns work will probably ta
Bing- Among thoae who
ocnlaeatly spoken of aa successors of
iloiul Jfoeepfe K. Fulton, aa depart -
BBt commander, are Colonel Porter, of
>anoke; Comrades Put. O'Connor, of
lrfnlk. and James Williams, of? Ports
Sip, Son* of Veterans,
formed here, arith cap
in i'as is as commander, ami Lleuten
t Sullivan, as vice-commander, lt has
enty members, and ls attached to the
Bl of Maryland.
Stella to Lsars la.
rh.- next three daya will be the last
portunity that the public will have
viewing that grand painting. Stella,
e masterpiece of the t-elebi -
ml. .Mr W. K. Swift, the pout* and
Vale lecturer, closes the exhibition heie
turday night, the Uth, and takes ihe
nure to V?a*hlngton, Th!* wonderful
;ture has been viewed by thousands
the appreciative people of Richmond,
d all of them have expresaed the great
t pleaaure and admiration for this work
art lt la a great creation and should
Bean by all who admire beauty and
THE MEN OF MEDICINE.
COMMEXCEMEXT EXERCISES OF THI
US1 VERSIFY CoLLEUE.
Th* Celebration Tak*a 1'lars To-Night al
tb* M*ia-t-A I.lat sd (.raduaia*.
The annual comrrercemeu* cf the Uni?
versity Colbee cf Medicine will I
this evening at 8 o'clock tn :he Mozart
Academy cf Mut ic.
The house will undoubtedly be crowded
with friends ot thia popular inst.
and thc public rrenerally, anti the evening
will be one of great pleasure and interest.
Tl e following is thc programme of ex?
II. Player by Professor Elmund Ilar
III. Presentation of 'Kure** by Dr. Hun?
IV. Announcement of Honpitil Apptlnt
ments. by Hr. Hunter McQul
1. Virginia Hospital, Dr. A. O. VjM1
2. Virginia Hosnlt.il. Hr. P. O. Alsiri.
;i. St Luki ' * !': '- Holton.
i. Bt I.'ik's Hon e, Dr. Roi
6. i'itv Almshouse, Dr. William H.
A Richmond Bye, Har and Throat
Infirmary. Dr. .1. C. Ballark*.
v. Music. Usher* t" a. I
VI. Presentation of Pl
l. \r.siai of Medical Department, by
Dr. Moire, to Hr. William H. Parker.
1 Medal of Dental i-t
It Cowardln. to Hr. Trim H irn.-.u.
3. Mtedal ot Pharmacy DepwtaneBt, by
Mr. Miller, to Mr C BX itturka lille
4. Bartlett, darren* A Co's prize,
by Dr. Taylor, to Hr. Willum M.
5. Valentine's prize, by Hr. Michaiix,
tc Mr. P. st Georgs Eh
IF lor Hine; (!ompany*e
pi/.', bj Mr. cox, to Dr. William H.
7. Anatomy prize, by Dr.
8. cowardln prize, by Dr. Latidrurn.
'?'. ?? Ie. to
in. Cr.irrt (rise, by Hr. (Ce****, to Dr.
.i. P. Stiff.
li. Phannai i Jun or Medal, hy Mr.
Ouig rn, to Mt Max Eckert,
tX Purcell prize, by Colonel Purcell,
to Mr. W. W. Mill.-r.
UL Virginia Pharmacol prize, bv Mr.
Spellings, to Mr. B. w. Willi
VIII. Oration hy Hr. Robert P. Kerr.
X Benediction by Professor Kdmund
The following id tho list of medic.,1
.1. c. Baldwin, ai thama; m. B, ?
etti C. P. Capp* h. S Dobyne, I
U Hobson, .ir., Virginia; H. C. Ha
Mi rth Cs ?'. P. Jon**, a. s.
Kemper, h. h. M William H.
Parker, Jr.. Virgin te; ' ;-..tv.- I'.
\orth CatoUaa; A. Ore i, vir?
Following are the dental graduates:
I'rlah H.iiti'..n, J, K. K.-.n. J. 1?. Stiff,
Following are t1 .<
O. ? and charles R, Link,
Virginia; lt. W. Miller. ita; J
L, Crockett, s. \s\ \\,.
. usn i fi lesaa
The .lass lida year gre ,i~
Medical il'i'-.rt'iiini William H. Parker,
dr., i roelden I. A. Ora) bm \
ic.it Uriah Hannan,
ju- -i li ' ' : U illi,nu i'd
1'i'ti h.. deg u tn.-nt j L. ' i
president: J. I 11 iriau
't in . onualUeea
Committee of i ;? Heal tie
partmiot, J. i'. Baldwin, J. Cl.
ard H. i'. Hamil n. Dental ' : i I
a. c. oppenheim ' An,\ j. [> Btlff, Phar
I'lirttnent. B. W Willlan s.
nar -Bent, H. B. Warriner, I'.. .\. i
burg and Me ' '! '!?
? t. William lt. Lynn, J. H. Hari?
ri F. V. < ILarki Priori
parti taut, M. B ki rt and C. i:. u ?
? vi ?.--.,, I -. l |,,s.
The ? th*
Alumni Associator of ti,.- University Col
It jre of Msdli Ine arUl be held la ti.i
legs building; corn ir of Twelfth and day
? at 12 o' 1 Wk. ThS meet?
ing protalse* to bs bb unuaiall)
Bt sides til" regular bu
of the aaaocULtior,
on tbe treatment ni lateral and antara
read by Hr. Stuart McGuire, tn honorary
fellow of ' lion.
'ft. r th* ennui,
the I'niversi-1 if Ms Heine,
gani benaud a ill be ti ndi ? ? I tl
cent graduates by tho r> .-il.-it m. in be rs
of tho association.
A i.iai.d l'erfii'iiiai.ee and a Fig Crnwd
BspaefS nt IBs I -burch o Be V trinity.
T!ie j - ditton ll Stall ci ' - i 'ni
ty on Qood
R ul i, .I i tbe ' rewd I
end. Tli" Church ollie' ils, b*ln|
Tensive ol' I .-.dc I
llcketa ig/ ladmlacton. /
live word, collection, which may
heck B cl <s ot ot rn I wis,- .
tinners ait, i talamoota
nditloii will Ih- mid" by ll." Wed"
i lui,, wh is.- es ?? ip al
i .ii ate thal it will be mort
Iniahed per:' rtri.i.
? M ?
tlgably .iii tbe wi
: their annual May roncefte, and
ire In ezcelli I ii thia
Mr. H. Lt P. Butler, sal) taner of tit*
: church of Mew fork,
cd Mr. T.mm.ts s. Bak*r, of Hilt
,ho bi ? - aotos ter the club at
it, Paul's i burch li
eeo engaged to assist the club fa tl.,
,.f ??Tin- CritclngJ ci" at Hely
Tba May ? or* arte of the ??
? ? CH H I l-'-'n c. .
Tie Prodigal Son.'' with cl
umbers, will be giv. ri on the (list night,
nd a gala ellBBeeaa programme on the
.! The Berrie** of Mr. Leonard B.
,uty. tenor, and .Hr Merrill Hopkin
on, baritone, have In- | for
ncerta and negotiations are now
ending with a prominent soprano.
THE OPERA "WANO"
rear al ed to a Fairly l-ar.'e Aiidieur* L?,t
"Wang" was pnaluced before a fairly
rge audience last night at the A
y. The opera has been presented so
'ten In Richmond as to have become fa
lllar to the theatrical peopl* hera, In
ls nf a thoroughly com
iat, it ia a work full of Interest, and sel?
im falls to please. m lin
mpaay, then u a ?
onotony that increases as tl
ice is prolog. 1 The vast last night
as not as competent as it might have
ten. Mr. Albert Hart, as Wang," ."a
ever and does his work well, aa doe*
so Miss Virginia Karl;*, as ' .Malaya."
-own Prince of Slam. Frank Ca?ey,
at," keeper of the elephant, la
I Charles Burrows, ai "Celene!
icosse"; Misa Marion Singer, as "Ia
?uve FVimousse," and the rest ot the
it. were more or less tiresome. .
e several catchy eira In "Wang," and
eae helped to relieve mattera. The
idlence were inclined to be charitable,
id from the gallery came vlgorue ap
auie. A conspicuous absence ?f auita
e coatumea and artlatlc scenic effects
ndered the production less attracUve
than lt would otherwise hsve been. Taken
as a whole. "Wang," ss produced last
night, was not the pronounced success
the opera deserves, when properly staged
raitnoSAi. a \n u ey ural.
Iot'rs.tln* Feels Alton: Richmond's Cltl
/,??,? nod (line- .Matt-r-.
Mary Logan ts quite Ul st her
Mr. K. V suter, representing the
Washington News, ls In the city on bu*l
Th? painting- now on exhibition at BBSaSBS
-posed of thia afternoon
lt 9 > iosrk.
Mr. Joseph Cecil, the florist, ls quite
111 with pneumonia at hi* rcstden. . \.>
-P.i south Linden street.
Mrs. M .rs Hoes, of Washington, N. C.,
-ruest of Mrs. W. hi. Woody, ll,
north Twenty-ninth stn
Miss Brownie Henson, who has been
? g the past winter at Buffalo. N.
V., has returned to th.
will be a called meeting of thc
? Hom.. Ladle*' Auxiliary at 4
O'clock thia afternoon at ths home.
Winfield, youngest son of Winfield and
. Llpecono, formerly ot inls etty,
died In Baltimore Tuesday: ar-M eleven
An assembly of the Independent order
or the Knights of Debor has h? ?
I In this city and a chan
Information has been received here of
the serious illness ol Mr Waiter I
wn.nls, ,,t Norfolk, who ls well known
rlophle Thomas and Georgia Gray were
I yesterday on croea warrants by
Talley In the Bei ond lUtrict for
ill and hatters.
Mr lt. C, Traylor, who -ame ?o near
drowned Mtonday In thc
il linkwood ! Tuesday in
ring his buggy.
The Little vi.,1-t Society or
church will have on Caster-.gg hunt
Kl Batu rda/ afternoon ut 1 o'clock at
No, I north Third street.
The joint conunlttea from Las aad
Pickett Camps on the Stuart monument
will ne Camp Hall with lae
S.,ns Ol Cor ..us to-.light
Mr. Ueorgc Strain, th- well-known
i Ihurch HUI, will in
tha fui the Old Vir?
gin lana In the place ol william Dumb,
who I. goed that position.
The fun.Mal of Mi. John Mackie.
? ? announced
in yeaterday'e Times, svill tak-- place thia
afternoon at i o'clock. Thc Interment
will he mad,, at Hollywood.
, of th ? Supreme
< oiirt ..I Appeals, ss no haa been sick for
ss eeks al his home, tn Ness Kent
nd ls at the ''ld Dominion
il, under the medical .ire Ol Dr.
To-di i'dy Thursday or Maun?
dy-Thursday, ths mass win commence
al : '." \ H. Bl Bi Hai i i church, cn
Oood-Kriday th* ceremony ssii! begin
again at Vim A. M. The "Holy Sepul?
chre" will he put ap. lt Will present
a grand relist. All are cordially
Ins ir.-d to nee it.
There will ta .i rory entertaining;
ter Pantomime rh. al the Beconu Hap
' .ii li tc nu,, ross . -. ming at g
O'ClOCk, AbOUt tie l;H i 'ill Ire ll Will
take part, si tlgir?s
i e, it promisee to he a
.va ot ihe figures
used for son"' time.
ot st. Jamoa Methodist church will i.? I
given to-night at i'or.-oran i
Of the Ladles' Aid Socjetv,
md thi fl arda paying
the debt on me church A most at tree
t Ive programme l and
a pleasant svsnlng ls promised all who
BOV. rather Puke, who ls reported
among the vi, tim.i of the Wheeling dla*
rpent his ea In Richmond
and ama weil known i
naUva ..r County sligo, ireland, bu
quite .v.>unK. H
educated at the Bishops'
Wheeling, who precede i iiir-h..p
McGill In charge of this diocese
ut. r i. ?'? mission
at;, work in Southwest Virginia.
IBS Woman's Kdltlon.
The aromet I "I the Harton
! .11 .ill Hs
? ,'? I , but, through an ..vcr
ti, ? i.iiies on theil
work. Tins del
??-. ss.is thi Ol The
Times for the Journalistic a
The pal" r consists of slx
aiid is bright, nowa l
Wl-ll edited I ll I', ill kIioii t. lt I OH) '
to B irton Heigh;
, . the people of Richmond and vi
? rtlalnc column* are crowded ssh:,
"buslni i ?? - ? -' iplayed. .liidging
Heighi irtment sslll rest) a rich
i in dat edition:
um tbanka to ?:
' for kindly monti
lo H I sh IO
elie Times our m ?
without whi.-h ii would havi
cult to bring our paper to i
: . es.' "
The clerk of the Huntings Court yes
fenley ba usd a man tc Mr.
Hai vs I 'a Annie Cole,
both of this city,
In ''emory of Rev. Mr. Walker.
Memorial eervlces In honor si the lats
Rev. Joseph Walker, win died Monday
al hie ttai Hie, Va.,
? a ? i tie Gr*
i burch last night. A numb, i
na forth thc ll i
i Mr. Walker and the
aervlcea ha had rendered the c'l
aral lofty I
memory of th
Be t*Old Point Kn.ier via C. and O. Itali.
way?Half HflUllBJtd late*.
(in April 18th, 1 Uh and 15th tin- '
and ' 'hlo i i ty will
s.-ll round-trip tickets from Richmond
io Old Point at tar*), good to return until
? ain of April lath Fishing
lng and Bash t sttra. I
- of beauti?
ful and sttra use Bot ter Oe ids j
ceived ai the Exchange tor Woman's
AN INTERESTING CASE,
CAX THE BKTTERMKXTS OF TRE
XORTH CAROLINA ROAD BE TAXED*
Heavy Dasaagas Along th* .lana* River
Ko Kosult lu tba KaUI*h Deus*.
eratic 1'iluiary -OHer Not**.
HAHFP.H. N. C., April l?.-Sp?clal.
; Yesterday the case it the State against
i the North Carolina railroad was heard
In Greensboro before. Sjv.vlal Maater lu
Chancery Houglis, In the Pblsral Court.
Tho question waa whether depots, eic.
of Hie railroad should be. taxed. Thia
roa.1 ha* been exempt"d froTu taxation,
but by a recent law lt ls made liable.
Messrs. R. H. Battle and A. W, Hay?
wood, of Hil* city, appeared for the
railroad, and Mr. Manning. >f l'urham,
for the State. The case ls not > I
Kx-Fnlted State* Marshal J. It. Hill la
Hi- chief marah*! for loth of May. Me?
morial-Hay. Stair. J. N. Cole ls the chosen
DiMtni moa rLoons.
lt is said aaa ria* and floods tn th*
creaks and Nette*, river ls the Isrgeet
ever remembered. Crest damage- will be
done to thc crops, but the eaten! cannot
be estimated until the water* subside.
The prl mailes for tin- Di raocratle party
In ve beni hekl and BBB fawn H, a r. r
Mayor and chark voted for. .ma shh
th.- UBSStl*Bl ls asked on ill sides. Who
viii lu- btByeef > rom candi?
dates ri-celved a majn.'t.. of thc votes
of th-- .ii. gat -i te the ? ..cv, mioii which
- ni Fit lay night
The betrayal ca? which waa raateraaw
I by Mr. Char1 vs W. -TMlett. of
Cha'lot te, State vs. fro well, was one In
which I'row.di iii h.,. i sea en. ttl to live
l to pay a
fine of gi.oou, The cfiauaal aotlea moo
>;i premlsa or action. The parties
are lt. in i 'alvanaa.
Oevernor BUaa ''.rr 'ms ,'np to Rocky
M"i nt tor a t'-vv dava on business.
AW tl I l\U REUl'M
The Geaernor yesterday notified the
Govi i nor of Soul ta
and T.cn Bakridge bad been pul In J.iii
In Shelby for stealing .bunt,
8. c., and there awaited th* Gcvemor's
requisitions. To seen things, the i
Ber ? f Nut th i '.militia I | rsOJUt
slti iii tn the Governor of Boulh i
Una. for KugB and 1! I rllng.
,i wuh la rr nay la Btcheaaasd coun?
Tne sin of Mr. Kali H. Hustler, of
l!ai"igh, and (bs ron af Hon Ohs rles M.
Ct i kc. rf LoBtebUrg, ar- both Bl Wi st
Point, N Y., ar Hie National Pl
to- v echo d. r i i here
for .xi min ni. cs lo eater Weet Point in
Jutie. Voung Mr. '"(Mike received thu
appointment from this district, ind Mr.
Ruabee ls the allen ire gaajagj
men cf fine abilit)
THE OEOA TIA lt I V DI8TRBS8,
Anchored Off rape I sask eal Light hoa?|
Leaking ll tb.
HKACI'-cftT, M. C., VIA KBWPORT,
V C.. April ,1 Tile atenmahlp
Croatan. Captain Hanson, nf the Clyde
Line, from New York to wilmington.
N. C., was discovered leaking at 4 P M.
on the ftrh Instant.
She beaded for the shore, and la now
red east i ' .kout light,
with five feet of water in net- forward
bots. Thi iptali ta i - wtrsd for assist?
ance Tho . rew ar" all right. The pas?
sengers arrived her* tO-da) to take Hie
train for Wilmington in tho morning.
The weather ls gi
tfjai Skill's I'oilr Itscovsreti.
The bodi of miss man Leak** akin.
of this city, who was drowned near
I lt . on Sunday while boat
salilli was recovered t'hls afternoon,
\ , ,-? .-, to this effect waa re.-etvad
""kak ,V" '"'SSia
' W Skill, who li a csa**1 -?- i?-'
electric street raliway
how we can eell Hoys' Suits at
ll, and ? good Snit at that, ami
give a Baaa-Ball aad Hat with
ivory Snit. Such, however, is
the ease, and when we t\y it is
a good Suit you can depend on it.
100 do/en Knee Pru'a at loc.
a pair (ai many as you want),
worth morl than doul.le.
Men's Serviceahlo Working
Pants for 78c., worth $1.
1 >ett.er call early, they cannot
last long at these prices.
TEMPLE, PEMBERTON, CORDES & CO.
New Spring Gloves.
All the beat and standard makes are represented in our Kid Clove
stock. We have a full gnppiy of all the new Spring coloring* lo ibo
latest effocts. Everybody wanting the very best and latest for Spring
wear will rind an up-to-date businesi done at our Kid Glove counter.
On all of our standard mases we guarantor' every pair that goes out of
our home. A full supply of the Kelper Patent Tip <,lovel.
In Ki'i (fwves we have prices ranging from fl upwards. New
Spring shades ia Misses' and Boys' Kid Gloves*.
William Holopp's Charlottesville (Va.) Wines!
(ireatest Spring Tonic and Blood Producers io the world.
4 Year-Old Clii.rot, SBo Gal.
G- Year-Old Norton Seedlings, 81.2S Gil.
SAMPLES GIVEN H10KH3 FOE THE NEIT 30 OATS,
1 YM V GROCERIES,
VIII WI5ES ASD LIQUORS.
BOO E. Broad Strabo*. JP Ja on as QB7.
VFamily trade snd mail ordsn Mlloiud. spU-ta.iu.ts,