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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June 18, '90.
Mr. Robert Kelser, State Grand Chancellor of I. O. of G. S. of G. S. and D. of S. returned from Danville last week, where
he attended the meeting of the State Grand Lodge. Besides being elected to the highest office in that Lodge, he is president
of the Piedmont industrial and Land Improvement Co. All persons desiring information or shares, write to R. Kelser, who will
give you prompt attention. Shares sold in any part of the United States.
The 3 V. Club had their meeting Monday night and all of its members were present, which robes their appreciation for the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Davenport, of Staunton, having closed their schools, are spending their vacation in our city. Mr. Davenport greatly
surprised us last September by taking from us his bride, Miss Mary Gilliam, without letting us know anything about the engagement
before hand. We had concluded not to forgive him but as they returned looking so happy, we [illegible] rejoicing, wishing
them a long and happy life.
Rev. Scott, pastor of the First Baptist Church is still laboring untiringly to raise money to settle the church debt. He has
won for himself a host of friends, both white and colored. So great is the confidence that the church has in him, that some
have already said, "you lead and I will follow."
Friends and patrons, don't forget to call at Alexander & Bullock's and get the PLANET. Some failed to call for the PLANET
last week. Come and get your groceries. You can get them cheap on cash, or leave your orders and have them delivered at about
Summary of Article
Reports on various society notes from Charlottesville featuring the fund raising efforts of First Baptist church.