Clipped From The Courier-Journal
CAPT. 4BB3TTS FUXERJLL Service Cnsdattal By Kkder Powell at tba First Christian Chare-a Chare-a Chare-a The funeral of the late Capt. W. R, Abbott Abbott took place yesterday afternoon from the First Christian church. The services were conducted by the Rev. EL JU PowelL and th pall-bearers pall-bearers pall-bearers were Mr. Otto Wehle. Capt. Frank Hagan. Judge R. Ii. Thompson, Thompson, Judge James 8. Ptrtl. Mr. J. T. O'Neal. Mr. John W. Ran. J . Mat Jk. "L Calloway and Judg Emmett Field. . - A meeting ox the bar was called for yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock la the Common Pleas Court-room, Court-room, Court-room, at which Judge Field presided, and. en rwllm. th following honorary pail-bearers pail-bearers pail-bearers were appointed: appointed: Judg Chartea O. Richie, Judge T. L. Burnett. Capt. John 8. Jackman, J. C. Dodd. IX W. Fairtaigh. Ooi. hTTT Btorte! James P. Orewory, Judtra Shackelford Mll-ler Mll-ler Mll-ler Judge Sterling B. Toney. Hon; Henry S. Barker and Judge L. H. NoMeT .Js -a- -a- -a- P-Humphrey. P-Humphrey. P-Humphrey. Judg Jame 8. Pirtle, Mr. Charle B. Seymour. Mr Upton Muir aad Mr. Hardin H. Herr were appointed a committee to draft suitable resolution. Another met ting will held wis wuius as at vetoes, wnea the c auttes wtll report.