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Absouuteev? Ihjre EUkino Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome norm b?kino poworn co.. new vo??. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) MOORE V. W. & W. R. CO. Supreme Court of. North Carolina. I April 4, 1S99. IX AN ACTION AGAINST A RAIL? ROAD COMPANY FOR BURNING TIMBER ADJACENT TO ITS RIGHT OF WAY, THE BURDEN IS ON THE PLAINTIFF TO SHOW THE FIRE WAS COMMUNICATED BY DEFENDANT, IF THE FI BE ORIGINATED OFF THE RIGHT OF WAY. The facts arc fdiown in the opinion of ?the court. The court says: This action is for damages In burning the plaintiff's limber trees, wood, un? dergrowth, and other property adjoin? ing the defendant's right of way. The allegation is that sparks emitted from detendantV engine tell upon its right of way, and Und combustible and ignita blc matter on the right of way, which Are was communicated to the plain? tiff's premised, and thai the tire was produced as a result of the defendant's negligence. There wan no direct evi? dence as to the origin of the lire. There was conflicting evidence as to the place where, and the time when, the tire broke out. The plaintiff's evidence tended to show that the lire originated on the right of way. and he contend* that it came from sparks thrown out by defendant's engine. The defend? ant's evidence tended to show that on til - sa no- day, at a later hour, a pile Of cross-ties off the right of way, but near by. was burned, except the ends of the tits, and II contends that there was the origin of the lire which burned the matter on the right of way and the plaintiff's property. Of course, these contentions and the evidence were .sub? mitted to the Jury. During the trial the defendant asked the court to give the following Instruction to the jury. "That If the Jury shall Bellt vc the lire that burned the land of the plaintiff originated in a pile of cross-ties, and that the pile of ties was of!' the right of way, then the burden of proof is up? on the plaintiff to satisfy the jury by n preponderance of tin; evidence that the lire was communicated to the pile of ties by the engine of the defendant (and. even If the Jury shall believe that the lire was communicated to the pile of ties by the engine of the defendant, then the plaintiff cannot recover if the engine of defendant was in good order and repair, ami equipped with an ap? proved r>p.irl: arrester for preventing the escape of sparks, and was man aged and operated in a careful man? ner by a skillful and competent engin? eer, .and the evidence on the part or defendant as to this is uncontroverted, and not contradicted]." Iiis honor re ftlSl d to give that partof the prayer em? brace.1 within brackets. "It is admit? ted by the plaintiff that the engine wan In good condition, and had n propel spark nrh ?ler, and was skillfully op? erated." With tills admission, the question of negligence in having defect? ive tu.! ihlncry is eliminated. If sparks Should escape such an engine as Hie above, properly handled, ami should set on fire, combustible matter along the right of way. the defendant would be liable for injuries resulting there? from, not because the spark< cjtcjLQCf] but for allowing inflammable matter to remain on its premises; but if sparks from such an engine go beyond the de? fendant's right of way. and ignite such matter over which the defendant In? no control, it would not be gtiiliy of negligence in that respect, nor for the ericapc of the sparks. Or If the fire originated outside the right of way from some other cause, and communi? cated Itself to the right of way. nnd then to the plaintiff's premises. Hie de? fendant would not be chargeable with negligence. The prayer refused em? braced an Inquiry for Hie jury how and ?where the fire originated, and. a? It was not substantially given In any part of the charge, we think it was error to refuse It. New trial. DOR EM I TS V. IIENNESSY. Supreme Court of Illinois. December 20, 1S98. A LAUNDRY-MEN'S ASSOCIATION WHICH DESTROYED PLAINT? IFF'S BUSINESS. BY INDUCING PARTIES HAVING CONTRACTS WITH HER TO REFUSE TO DO HER WORK'. BECAUSE SHE WOULD NOT INCREASE HER PRICES TO ITS SCALE, IS LIABLE FOR THE DAMAGES SHE SUS? TAINED. This was a suit by Mary G. Hennessy against Dorcmus and others for dam? ages for the destruction of her business by inducing those who had contracted to work for her In the laundry business, to break their contracts and refuse to do her work. This the defendants did because plaintiff would no: increase her prices to those fixed by tho Laundry men's Association ,of which they were members. The lower court gave Judg? ment for the plaintiff for Sti.UGO. and defendants appealed. The court says: The contention of appellants Is that they cannot be held liable for merely Jnduclng-others to break their con? tracts; that the parties who broke the contracts were the only ones liable, they being free agents, and not coerced by force or fraud; that their acts in In? ducing parties to break their contracts with appellee were' not mere malicious nets, done solely with the intent to In? jure her, but were in the line of legiti? mate trade competition, for which they cannot be held liable, nor enn they be held liable, they claim, for acts which are charged to have been done In pur? suance of a conspiracy, as it Is Insisted that a conspiracy does not create a lia? bility In a civil action, as Hue damage Illegally done, and not the conspiracy, must be the glfst of the action. The common law seeks to protect every perBon against the wrongful acts of others, whether committed alone or by combination, and such action may be had for Injuries done which cause another loss in the enjoyment of any right, or privilege, or property. No per? sons. Individually or by combination, ; have the right to directly or indirectly Interfere or disturb another in his law- i ful business or occupation, or to threat? en to do so, for the Bake of compelling him to do some act which, in his Judg? ment, his own Interest does not require. It is clear that it is unlawful and ac tlonable for one man, from unlawful motives, to Interfere with another's trade by fraud or misrepresentation, or by molesting his customers, or those who would be customers, or by prevent? ing others from working for him, or causing them to leave his employ * * with nn Intent to Inflict an injury which causes loss. A conspiracy may create a liability for nets Illegally done in pur? suance of si|e)i conspiracy, and conse qucnt less, a liability may exist against all the conspirators. A combination to Induce others not to deal with appellee, or do any further work for her, was nn actionable wrong. Every man has n right, under the law. as between him? self and others, to full freedom In dis? posing of his own labor or capital ac? cording to Iiis; own will, and any one who Invades thai right without lawful cause or justification, commits a ]ei-al wrong: and if followed by nn Injury caused In COnscCjuencC thereof, the on" wdiose riebt I? thus Invaded has n legal ground of action for such wrong. Tn this case it is (dear the evidence sustained the allegations of the plaintifC*?de? "?lnrntlon. and there is here no conten? tion of the facts. The principles herein announced are sustained by the weight of authority in Knglnnd and in this i country. Judgment affirmed. BR?MBLETOH WARD. The "Necktie" party given nt the home of Mis. James Morrlsett, of North Reservoir avenue, last night, was one of the moist delightful events of the season. The parlors were handsomely decorated for the occasion, and the bright smiles and cheerful faces of the fair young ladles was an attractive fea? ture. Music and mirth combined gave enjoyment to all. The prize, a hand? some picture and easel, was awarded Miss Lucille Sanderlin as the most popular young lady present. The en? tertainment closed with an elegant sup? per. The R. V. P. TT. of Spurgeon Memo? rial Raptist Church will meet for de? votional exercises Monday next at S o'clock. Mr. Frank Harper, of Crowe, Va? has returned home after spending a week his brother, Mr. H. M. Harper, of West Brambleton avenue. Mr. Charles Ward, of North Carolina is visiting his brother, Mr. L. S. Ward, of 217 West Brambleton avenue. There will be a piano recital given by Professor Eugene K. Marks, organ? ist of Freemason street Baptist Church, next Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. L'illa Howard. 216 West High? land avenue, for the benefit of Trinity Mi E. Church. Mr. Marks will be ns a stod by some of Norfolk's best musi? cal talent. Refreshments will be served. A small admission fee will bo charged. nTL?HTiC CITY "SARD. The old and delapidated plank walk lending to the Norfolk Protestant Hos? pital, on Pembroke avenue, lias at last been removed and the street is being filled u:> preparatory to curbing and grading it. The ladies of LeKICS Memorial M. E. Church are preparing nn elaborate nrn gnnn fOT tm entertainment to be given; next week for the library fund of the church- ! Mrs- Scotia White, who has been ill at her home, on Avenue A. for seve? ral weeks-, continues very sick. The Junior Epworth League of Lo Klos Memorial Church will meet Sun? day afternoon at 3 o'clock. A pleasing and Interesting program has been mapped out for the occasion. The Hoard of Managers of the Nor? folk Protestant Hospital met in the public school building, corner of Pem? broke and Colley avenue, yesterday morning, hut transacted no business of interest to the public. Episcopal services will be held in the W. C. T. U. Hall at S. o'clock to-mor? row night, conducted by Rev. Dr. 13. D. Tucker or Rev. John E. Wales. The Local Hoard of Improvement will meet in adjourned monthly session next Monday night at R o'clock. Throe new* residences are in course of erection on the Ribble property, In Ghent. The Junior Society of Christian En? deavor of Colley Memorial Church will hold its devotional meeting at 4 o'clock lo-morrow afternoon. The program will be varied and interesting. Messrs- Harry Editress ami Willie Blake will return from Washington, D. C, to-day. where they havo been at? tending the Peace Jubilee. Soak tho hands thorouiblv. oa retiring, in a hot lather of CuTlCCUA "Soap, tho most effective skin pnrifyiiitr soap, as well as purest und rweetest for toilet, hath, and nursery. Dry, annlnt freely with Cdticcra Ointment, the great skin cum and purest of emollients. Wear old cloves during night. For sore hands, Itching, burning p.tlio* and painful finger ends, this one night treatment is wonderful. 8oM throughout the werld. Pitts? D.udC. C.isr Prop*., tier.tu. " U?v to hi-. ? Sc*??iru UUndt," bcoT PEOPLE'S FORUM. NOTE.?The F-eople's Forum being freely open to all parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vir glnian-Pllot Is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the stylo In which they are set forth. The Ignorant and uneducated shall be heard here equally with the learned. Cougrnttilnl lou. May 25, 1890. Editor Vlrglnlan-Pilot: Please allow me space In your col ums to tender to the members of Free? mason Street Baptist Church my con I gratulations on the good judgment in calling Dr. J. J. Taylor, of Mobile. Ala,, to become their pastor. Dr. Taylor is one of the most.brllllant men ever sent out by Richmond College. When a stu? dent ho was a line preacher and has -grown all the lime since. It was my , j privilege three years ago to spend two; I weeks in Dr. Taylor's home In Mobile. j j and labor with him in a meeting in thf: ; St. Francis-Street Church. While there I had an opportunity to learn some- ' ' thing of him and his work. Though he ' had been there ten years at that time, : his praise was upon every lip. A prom? inent lawyer of Mobile, Mr. Best, told me that during the ten years he had 1 never heard Dr. Taylor preach a poor sermon, in my humble Judgment, if Dr. Taylor accepts the pastorate, he j will do great things for Freemason I Street Church. Dr. Taylor is scholar j l.v. a popular preacher and a good \ I preacher. w. r. iiixES. DIVINE SERVICES SUNDAY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Epworth, corner of Freemason and Boush streets?Preaching by the pus tor, Rev. W. J. Young. D. D.. at 11 a. in. and S p. in. Morning subject, "His Own That Were in the World." Even? ing, "The Failure of a Great Businese House." Sunday school at 9:15 a. in. Huntersville?Preaching by the pas? tor, ltcv. Daniel T. Merritt, at 11 a. m. -and 8 p. in.?Morning subject, "What is Truth? Behold the Man," Evening, "A Young Man's Wise Choice." Sunday school at 9:110 a. m. Cumberland, between Holt and Cove streets?Children's Day services at 11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. II. E. Johnson, D. D., at 8 p. in. Centenary, corner Boush and Queen ?trects?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Wm. H. Edwards, at 11 a. in. and S j). m. Sunday school at 9:1.", a. in. McICendree, corner of Clay and Clal borne avenues, Brambleton?Preaching i by the pastor. Rev. R. H. Bennett, at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Revival services at night. Queen, corner of Pulaski and Queen streets?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. S. c. Hatcher, at 11 a. m. and at S p. m. by Rev. R. F. Beadles. LeKles Memorial. Atlantic City Preaching by the pastor. Rev. W. T. Williams, at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. Sun? day school at 9:30 a. m. Lambert's Point?Preaching by the Rev. Charles I. Slcngle at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Trinity, corner of Mnltby and Cor prew nvonues, Brambleton?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. L. T. Williams, at 11 a. m. and S p. m. PRESBYTERIAN. First, Church between Holt and Cove streets, ltcv. Edward Mack, pastor? Preaching by Rev. Sterling J. Foster, of Memphis, nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Westmin? ster League prayer meeting at 7:13 p. m. Second. Freemason, west of Boush street?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. W. S. Lacy. D. D.. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in. Dur? ing the improvement and repairs on Ihe church services will be hold In the Sunday school room. Entrance on Boush street. Park Place?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. G. W. Law.-on. al 11 a. m. und S p. m. Morning subject, "The Minis? ter's Message." Evening. "Jesus Christ i and Him Crucified. Sunday school at' I 9:.10 a. m. Park Avenue. Brambleton?Preach ! Ing by the pastor. Rev. E. R. MeCluer, I at li a. m. ! nd s r>. m. Cplley Memorial. Atlantic City? I Preaching by the pastor, Rev. C. W. I Maxwell, at 11 a. m. and S n. m. Sun? day .school at 11:30 a. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Freem: son. between Rank nnd Brewer? Preaching by the pastor, Rev. W. F. Smith, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school nt 9:45 a. m. CHRIST SCIENTIST. First Church. Library building?Ser? vices at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. LUTHERAN CHURCH. First Church. Charlotte, between Granby nnd Brewer streets?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. J. E. Shenk. at 11 a. m. and S p. in. Sunday school at 30 a. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Memorial Temple, corner of Cooke n.nd Tunstnll avenue, Brambleton? Preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. p. Barrett. D. D., nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Services for men nt night, in the au? ditorium, and for women only in ladies' parlor of church. A big line of negligee shirts with prices Hint will make you a purchaser. RUDOLPHI <?- WALLACE, 333 Main street. HUiNTERSVlLLE. The Huntersville M. E. Church has elected the following delegates to the District Conference, which convenes nt Lambert's Point in July: Delegates? A. J. Odeil, J. Joint?. J. B. Whltehurst Alternates?J. F. McCuilough, R. T. Webster and W. B. Aus;.a. The rumor that a fight aceurrod in Huntersville on election day is contra? dicted. The election was a very quiet and orderly one. The Epworth League of Huntersville M. E. Church will meet Sunday after? noon at i o'clock. An address win !>-> made by the pastor. Rev. Daniel V. Merritt. In the course of a lecture delivered before the Twentieth Century Club, of Boston, tho other evening Professor Patrick Gcddes, of the Edinburgh Un? iversity, said that ho looked forward to a system of furnishing sea. water for houses in maritime cities, with an abundant supply of the brine flowing in the gutters on either side of Cie streets to keep the air fresh nnd the dust sub? dued. A map 137 feet high and 225 feet long, showing the railway system of the United States, will form a remarkable feature at the Paris 1900 exhibition. Each line will be marked out by elec? tric lights, and from time to time mov? ing electric lights will show the position of express trains- . . '. ? BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Dame rumor has It that one of the prominent photographers of Washing- j ton. D. C, will soon locate in Norfolk. Mr. C. W. 15. Kane left last night for1 Washington. D. C. Mr. John Levy, of New York, who; has been spending several days In Nor- | folk, returned home last night. Miss Francis Driver, of Norfolk. Is! ono of this year's graduates from the ! State Female Normal School at Farm- | vllle. Mrs. W. J. Young has returned from; Farmvllle, where she presided as pres? ident over the meeting of the Wo- j man's Home Mission Society of the; Virginia m. E. Conference. Mr. Wakeman, of the State of New York, is visiting ills friend, Mr. Camp, private secretary of Mayor Johnston. The closing exercises of Ryland In- ; stltute, Berkley, will be held Monday evening. June .">th. Rev. W. V. Savage will deliver the annual address Tues? day evening. June 6th. Thursday night, (hiring the Memo? rial Day parade. Willie Lemuels, who was following St. Mary's Cadets and Drum Corps, was struck by the fender of a car In attempting to cross the track ahead of it. lie was knocked down and bruised, but not seriously in? jured. No blame attaches to the mo torman and conductor. I Captain French, with a wrecking tug and barge, went to Qllmerton Lock yes? terday to raise two barges sunken at1 that point. The tug 13. T. Williams towed the dis? abled schooner yacht Albatross, belong? ing to Mr. Tunis, from Cape Charles to Graves' Railway yesterday. The Al? batross got aground at Cape Charles and was injured. The funeral of the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. or No. et;:? Chapel street, was conducted yesterday morn? ing at 11 o'clock by Rev. Daniel T. Mer? rill. The Interment was In Elmwood Cemetery. Goy. George W. Atkinson. Mrs. At? kinson. Miss Atkinson. Secretary of State Dawson, Attorney-General H?ck? er, Adjutant-General Appleton and State Treasurer Kendall, of West Vir? ginia, are nt Old Point Comfort. The Fusion ticket in Norfolk county was elected by a large majority. The monitor Amphltrlte will sail to? day for Tompklnsville, N. Y. Dr. J. A. Averdick. ex-Supreme Med? ical Examiner of the Catholic Knights of America, has ended a bitter tight by having his suit to recover salary for of? ficial services In the C. K. of A. dis? missed In the Kentucky courts. Rev. C. A. O. Thomas, of Fayette ville, who Is in the city, is a personal and (dose friend of Dr. J. Judson Tay? lor, of Mobile, Ala., whom the member? ship of the Freemason Street Baptist I Church have called to the pastora le, and he thinks Dr. Taylor will accept the call to come to Norfolk. Replies are beginning It) come in to Secretary Dawes. in the matter of the Mlschlanza celebration. They are fav? orable and seem to indicate that the business men of the three? cities will heartily support the project. Mr. ; Dawes hopes 'to receive a large number more of replies before the meeting on next Tusday night. Mr. Babcock, rf Cnmpostclla, one of the most successful t nickers of this sec? tion, will this week ship coo to too crates of cabbage. It is bringing him $:i per crate, and goes mostly to Boston, Mass.. and Providence, R, L, although some of It reaches the Baltimore and New York markets. He reports prospects for one of the best seasons, he has had for ten years. Invitations have been issued to the wedding of Helen A. Anderson and Felix Hands, (colored) to occur June 1st at the home of Hie formers par? ents, No. 9 Wllloughby avenue. Harshly express* d: "I am determined to preserve the honor of the French nrpy!" shouted the man who had been figuring prominently in the Dreyfus case. "You've doing worse than that." i answered th<> blunt American soldier; "you're embalming It."?Washington Star. IliLIfllll&?OJ Sell and Recommend ? Botanic Blood Balm 1 (b, e3. b.) ! 0 fITavo you Impure blood In any form, evidence of which you sec, In I Pimples, Eczema, Unsightly a Blemishes, % Deadly Cancers. Ulcers, ? 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