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THE VASHIKGrTOST TIMES, SATURDAY, APJR3X 20, 1895.
-We are going to sell
Bicycles as good ones, we
believe, as are made to-dav
Ours is the "IMPERIAL,"
made by the Ames & Frost
Co. guarantee enough of
their absolute reliability.
Numbers of them will
be here in a 6 or two. We
have a model to show 3ou
-If you're interested in
yclcs you'll be interested
very rnucn. m tne jjlu
PERIAL." It'tTh Coming Whecll
F nd 11th Streets.
$torxga Warehouses, 22d St., no aril.
H Woman's Heart
uite dmicult, but to t one of our
LooketB Storlins sIIvp r Is oxsy only $1 up. '
Czr-Laafc at our show windows to-fiay then
C. K- DAVISON, Jeweler,
11 OS 1 STREET N. W.
IX T OBTTD V'Q DPQP
"Tlie universal verdict."
Ssotfb throuzhout the civili&dd ivorW as
Highest Grade of Flour Made.
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theuiriHU nt varicoceles -without opera
lion or 11am. He bus cured thousands ot
case of xual and nervous proFtratiou,
and restored them to vigorou manhood.
The youth of eighteen, to the old man ot
eevenly, wh had lived for months or
yews i hopeless despair, have been.
raised from tVeir sackcloth aud ashes and
have becnie happy husbands and fathers.
All impediments to marriage success
fully removed. Blood poisons of recent
or long stsndieg, nervous debility, skin
diseases, louei, kidney and bladder com
plaints, and ail diseases of men .safely
and quickly removed, and you are made
firm, erect, strong and manly, as nature
intended. CosiultaUou fiee, private, con
fidential; thirty fire years' experience.
Dr. Parker, 008 12th street northwest
Hours. 9 a ni. to 7 p. m Sundays,
10 to 2 'dock. apl6,18,20, 21,23.
RECOKD OF THE COURTS.
Cort of .Appeals, Chief Justice Alvey and
Associate Justices Morris aad Shepard.
Ko. 4S8, rielcher ts. Baltimore & Potomac
Rah" road Company; argument concluded.
Kg. 439, Distnct of Columbia vs. Gray;
on bearing Assignment No. 439, on hear
ing: regular, 440443, 445, 447, 449
Probate Court, Judge Hagner Suaau Mc
Catiley; will filed. Selwyn T. Jones; order
on collector to file account. In re Robert
Slaughter, minor; "William J. Howard ap
pointed guardian; bond, S600. Elizabeth
M. Ridenour; will admitted to probate. In
To Joseph Isighton, minor; petition for ap
pointment of Xmer S. and T. Co. guardian
or the estate filed; Caroline P. Meding;
ameiidmeut to caveat filed, Mary A. Stock
ing; caveat filed and order appointing
Smith Thompson, jr., collector; bond,
$6,000 Phobe C.Power; order of publica
tion. John S. Mc-Kenney; "will admitted to
probate and letters testamentary issued to
Charles H. Cragin; bond, $1,000. John
Fepan. citation returned served. Mary Ann
Mills, -will admitted to probate, and letters
testamentary issued to Samuel C. Mills
bond, 5100. John A. Auth; Elizabeth R.
Auth appointed administratrix; bond,
$1,00. Abial W. Tisher; Aleyne A. Fisher
appointed administrator; bond, $7,000.
William A. Gaskms; will filed. Samuel
Noruient; proof of publication and first ac
c oh nt of executors filed. Jason O. Rjder;
petition for letters of administration filed.
rphraini Cowan; inventory filed. Laura
Pleasantou; do. Frank E. Brownell; do.
FsmuelH Boutwell;do. AnnieE.Northcutt;
order authorizing collectors to accept offer
of Beulah Lyles. In re Henry J. Keough,
jraniian; petition for an allowance for
wais filed. Willism H. Simmons; exem
plified f'opy of wiil filed.
Tetia Kelson; application for probate o
wHi and letters testamentary overruled;
order jrranting permission to withdravf
will from file. Eliza Hopkins; petition
for Jcavc to withdraw -will filed. Charles
X. Nichols; citation against next of kin
returned served. Ann M. Jones; Louis
P. Shoemaker appointed administrator,
bond $12,000. Travels Mason; petition
ot C. B. Purvis for probate of will and
letters testamentary and order for citation
to issue. Ethan R. Pratt; final account
or administrator passed. Rachel jr.
Rogers; final account of "Walter F. Rogers,
administrator, passed. F. Belina Bu
chanan; final account of R. Buchanan,
exocator, passed. Henry I). Cochran,
suardijui to Florence L. Taylor; final ac
Circuit Court, Xo. 1, Justice Bradley
BuBan R. Reed vs. Jacob H. Dewees; ver
dict for defendant. Edward T. Nash vs.
Georo 0. Ober ;verdict for plaintiff for
three-eighths undivided interest in land
described and for $119.52 mesne profite
and costs. Thomas M. Fields jr., vs.
Albert A. "Wilson; order for sealed ver
dict. Campbell vs. Gorman; judgment
far plaintiff by argument. LJoyd B.
Huff et al. vs. Sanrord & 'Co.; verdict for
plaintiff for $593.02 and Interest.
Equity Court, No. 1, Justice Cox Todd
vs. Courtney; Daniel "W. Baker appointed
guardian ad litem. McCormlck vs. "White;
pro xnfesso against certain defendants
granted. Esber vs. "Woodbury; leave to
file amended answer and forty days granted
to rake testimony. Seper vs. Vaughn;
motion for rehearing granted.
Equity Court, No. 2, Justice Hagner
Eichhorn vs. Courtne ; salo finally ratified
and conveyance ordered. In re George
Huddlesou, lunatic; Cordelia A. Leighan
appointed committee. Lyon vs. Adrians;
order discharging defendant from con
tempt and order directing -witness to
Criminal Court, No. 2, Justice Cole
T -is J. Taylor, murder; jury out.
Better V tfB J fOtUara.
p Bl?pJL 'SI iShs. t 5I1 I flit. liL(
Ross Perry Then Threatened to
Slap &lr. Worthington's Face.
PIPING HOT SCEXB IN COURT
Mr. Worthington Declared That He Would
EethaTast Kan to He Slapped by Mr.
Perry The Latter Attempted to Carry
Out .Sis Throat, But Was PreTeatad b?
Kr. Erowning Counsel and Jury on Edge
The lie "was passed, and two well-known
attorneys, Mr. It. Ross Perry and Mr. A. S.
AVortbington, came near a personal encounter
yesterday at the lunacy trial of Mr. O. P.
Doun, of No. 925 Massachusetts avenue.
After the danger ot physical violence
was averted Mr. Perry, trlien he came to
apeak, continued to &all Mr "Worlliinzton
and his clients in keen aud bitter terras.
Mr "Worthington is to speak again to
day, and it is reasonably certain be vill
jnake a masterly, scathing reply, both for
himself raid his clients.
Mr. "Wortliington is an old soldier, lame
"with a gun shot wound. "When 31r. Perry
on account of Juror Mitchell's avowed be
lief that Mr. Donn is ii competent, a&ketl
that the case Ix taken from the Jury, Mr.
"Worthington said a juror has a right to
express his opinion any time.
SATS WHAT IS FALSE.
"Mr. "Worthington is misleading the jury
lliy mlsri'preseiitlng tbc law," taid Mr.
"If Mr. Terry says I have stated "what I
know to be not "law," ans-.v-ivd Mr.
"WortJiincton, 'hit-aays what is also, t
"Mr. "Wortflln&lon'fl physical condition
is such that he moy call any one a liar.
He has fsKely represented the law to the
jury, he is unscrupulous in his conduct
before the juri, he is a liar, and if it
were not forhi3 physical condition 1 vcu!d
slap his face," was the Tetf.rt.
Mr. Browning, who is Mr. Perry's asso
ciate in tlie case, stepped forward as Mr.
"Mr. Terry needn't mind my phjsicnl
condition. If he blaps me he liefer will
&lap another man."
Mr. Browning was just in time, for Mr.
Perry was already inovmg forward to
execute his threat. Others came tc his
side and the two men were kept apart.
The jury retired, and returning in a rewmo
menLs said they would go on .ilh the case
in spite of Mr. Perrj's objciiions to Mr.
Mitchell. Mr. Browning resumed the ar
gument begun yesterday. Referring to an
authority, he said: "I will jead from
the opinion of a judge who knows more
about the matter than even Mr. Ciagett."
JURYMAN CLAGETT'S UEPLi'.
His remark was taken as offensive by
Mr. Dorsey Cloggett, of the jury, and he
sharply directed Mr. Browning not to go
outside his argument to insult jurors. Mr.
Browning concluded his address quietly.
Mr. Perry followed. He said Mr. "Worth
ington. knowing that Dr. Johnson uid the
colored nurse would say, ir put on the
stand, that Mr. Doun was propi-rly cared
for, told the jury they had not of
fered tb show how the old gentleman had
been misused, and said it in a, way to have
the jury believe the nurse and Dr. Johnson
would so testify.
"If that is not uttering a lie," he ex
claimed, "it's acting oie. and it is wholly
unfair." Further, there was not a syllable
to show that Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Burton
could not come and go to their father
free as air; the attempt wan made -o have
the jury believe they were shut out.
Brown to exclude Mrs. Todd from the house
was invented only to be proved absolutely
falbc. Yet Mr. "Worthmgton argued neon
the assumption that Mr. Doun was kept
from his daughters.
MR. BERRY'S ARGUMENT
Again Mr "Worthington had, he said, tried
to make tlie ju ry believe that if it wasproved
Mr Donn is partially insane his property
should be taken from him. Mr "Wortklngton
know better. Any law student standing
about tiie court room ought to kuow better.
It was admitted, he said, that Mr. Donn
is partially unsound m mind. He is said to
have delusions that he is mistreated, that
he is imprisoned, that somebody is trying
to rob him. But he has no delusion that
be has to sell his real estate, that he has to
give las money to somebody, no delusion
whatever about hie property.
The only approach to it was when he
made amistake abouttheloanto Mr. "Wilcox
and Dr. Johnson had testified that this was
fully accounted for by the disturbance
to his memory caused by this controversy.
He then read an English decision ot 1878
fls.ylnr acontractis notvoided by adelusion
of the maker unless it is shown that the
delusion absolutely controlled the making
having mn since last Saturday.
ROBBED HIS EMPLOYER.
Ei-Mnynr Slnart Systematically Victim
ized by One of Ills Trustod Clerks.
Philadelphia, April 19. Ex-Mayor Ed
win S. Stuart, who returned to his large
book store recently, after four years of
service to the city, made the startling dis
covery a few days ago that during his
absence from business a Oiief had gained
a foothold in his store and was robbing
him Detectives were put ou the case, with
the result that to-day D. Elmer Penny
packer, aged twenty-nine years, who had
been a trusted employe in Mr. Stuart's
store for thepastelghtyears, wasarrested.
Pennypecker confessed that since last
November he has been stealing about $10
a day 'in cash and lias taken a few books.
The detectives say, however, that the rob
ber has been working on a murh more ex
tensive scale and that his peculations
may extend further back and reach into
the thousands. Through an accomplice,
Pennj packer did a big business with an
auction house in tlie sale of books, hun
dreds being disposed of in this "vay.
Pennypacker's residence was formd to
be filled with valuable books, 'ind from
tlie headquarters of a temperance organi
zation with which the man was connected
were recovered many more. Penny
packer claims that a paper he published
in the interest of the cause of temperance
was the cause of his downfall, as it ran be
hind, and he stole to meet the expenses of
Notes From the Courta.
The will of the late "William A. Gaskins,
dated Oetobcr 15, 1894, was filed jester
day. It gives all his property to his wife,
Catheriue Eugenia, and makes her ex
ecutrix. Judge Hagner yesterday granted the col
lectors in the Annie E. Northcutt estate
permission to accept the offer of Beulah
Lyles to rent No. 1229 D street northwest
at $20 0a month and pay off $1,400 rentduo
from Mrs. Shively, the previous tenant.
Mr. R. T. Morsell yesterday filed a certifi
cate of the will of the late "William H. Sim
mons, who died at Oskaloosa, Iowa.
It gives property here to the testator's
The late Susan McCauloy, by her wdl
dated June 13, 1893, and filed 3 esterday,
gives the bulk of her estate to Clement "W.
Howard, who is also made executor.
Mrs. Stella C. Leighton yesterday
applied to be made guardian of her son,
Joseph L. Leighton. His present guardian,
Abbie Jordan, has moved to Iowa. She
has $9,769 belonging to her ward, whict
with the care of the boy, she wishes to
turn over to the mother.
$1.25 Excursion to Baltimore via .Penn
sylvania Railroad $1.25.
Excursion tickets to Baltimore, Saturday,
April 20 and Suday,the21st,goodre turning
until Monday, the 22(3, 7ia Pennsylvania
roai at $1.25.
THAT BELT LINE MSAHCE
Residents Tin 0 Street Indinnant Be
cause It Has Not Been Abated.
Commissioner Trnesdell Bays They Are In
vestigating It, But Do Not Propose
to Act Hastily.
The resident property owners on 0 street,
J between Tenth aud Eleventh streets north
west are very indignant because tho Commis
sioners have not accorded them any relief
in response to their petition asking that tlie
management of tlie BeltLine StreetRailway
l)c restraineilfromstablinga numberorthear
horses on O street, near Eleventh.
Many of the residents of that locality were
seen by The Times jeslerday and wath one
accord they characterized the action of the
management of the Belt Line, in Btabb'ng
their horses there against their protest aa
an outraje upan law and public decency,and
a want of respectf or thefeeliiufciud comfort
of inhabitant!! of that neighborhood.
It is not alone of the filth and the olistruct
iuj; f the ttreet that Uiey complain, butof
the continual clatter, clatter, clatter of
the horses in the street from 5o"elock In the
morning until midalght, and also of the
IjjATliiig and loud talking of the boys while
they w.Ut for the next relay to be brought.
During the ls.st day or two an effort has
been made to keep the "stable" clean aud
the lKiya quiet, but how long this will last
is not known.
"It is not a question or appearauce,"
saad one of the residents, "it is a matter of
health and comfort, and no matter how i
1 often the Rtreeti jre swept the fume that
nue from them are simply unbearable.
"Why, yesterday and last night I had to Keep
my windows closed on account of the dis
agreeable odors from the street."
Anioig thOkt called on yfiierday, nDd
who characterised the stabling of the
liomes there as a nuisance, an obstruction
to traffic, an offense -igalnst public moials,
i dangerous to the health of the residents
and causirg property in the neighliorhood
to di'tcriorav in value were Dr. L. S.
t Johnson, Dr. T. B. Hood, JamcsHood, T. B
Jiretk A ra. S. IS. Weaver, 11. P. iUinett.
"W. II. McCoy. Mrs. E. "W. Richardson.
Mrs. James Hood and Mrs. Levy.
Commissioner Truesdtil, in tpeaking ot
J the petition, said that the board was nives-
tizsting the matter, bJt would not act
hastily. The Belt Line Company had some
new nmeiulmi'iits to tltcir charter, and the
case had lx'en referred to the proper au
thorities for legal opinion. In addition
to this the Commissioners made a personal
inspection of the premises.
Lieut. Tfp!c, to whose precinct this ter
ritory belongs, has made a thorough inves
tigation ot the matter, and submitt'il his
report to the Commissioners yeslerdny.
In the general routine of business tlie re
port was not reached, nor were its con
tents givven out for publication.
HIS IDENTITY A MYSTERY.
SulriuV 1r Aatiliyxiittloii of a Sinn Cnll-
Ihk IlJumelf JiuiifH AVulterx.
A man registering as "James "Walters,
Washington, D C," commmltted suicide
in Rooni3GotthAmencan House Thunday
night, by breaking off tlie gas fixture in
the room, and allowing the escaping gas
to asphyxiate him. He was found dead In
bod about 11 30 o'clock yesterday morn
ing by one of the employes of the house,
and after notifying the police the body was
sent to Lee's undertaking establishment.
The suicide evidently went to the hotel
for the purpose of securing a place where
he could quietly put an end to his life.
A thirty-eight caliber revolver, of the bull
dog pattern, fully loaded, was found on a
fctand in tlie room, and with it lie probably
intended to end his connections with all
things earthly, until he charged his mind
in favor of the less painrul method. After
deciding upon that, he used every posibIe
precaution to prevent dlscoverj , plug
ging tlie key hole up, and stuffing a sheet
around the edges of the door and transom.
He then undressed himself, broke off the
gas fixture and launched himself into
There was absolutely nothing about tho
man by which lie could be identified. A
piece ot the hat band had been torn out,
looking as though It might have tieen
marked with tlie owner's name, and de
stroyed to prevent Identification. Tiiere
were no otiier marks about his clothing,
except the letter "L," embroidered In
one corner of a handkerchief.
Tlie su.cide is a very large and heavy
man, weighing about 225 pounds, and ap
parent! j about fifty years old. He has Ger
man features, lijiit hair and mustache,
slightly turning gray, blue eyes, very fat
cheeks, aud well shaped hands aud feet.
His hands are soft aud smooth, ami do not
indicate a working mau. He wore a No.
8 1-2 patent leather shoes, made by J. Cam
meyer. Sixth avenue and Twelfth street,
New York, and his trousers buttons bore
the name of J. L. McEwIn, also of New
York. A black four-in-haud tie, with red
dots, bore the name ot James L. Miller,
303 Smithaeld street, Pittsburg. His
clothing was of good material, though
somewhat worn, and in his cuffs he wore
n pair of gold link cuff buttons, each set
with a small turquoise.
The body is still at Lee's undertaking es
tablishment, on Pennsylvania avenue, be
tween Third and Four-and-a-half streets
northwest, awaiting possible identifica
tion. So far, however, his identity is
Meeting ot tho Congregation.
The congregation of Metropolitan Pres
byterian Church met Thursday evening in
annual meeting. Anappropnationof$ 1,500
was made -for the building of a new gal
lery, frescoing, painting, new sanitary
system and alterations to tho grounds sur
rounding tho edifice. To meet the expenses
incurred in this work, a long time loan is
to be obtained and subscriptions solicited.
Other business Included the adoption of
the rules of the General Assembly, as far
as applicable in church procedure, and elec
tlon to the board of trustees, as follows
Messrs. Fleming, Guy and McGregor for
three years each and Mr. Stewart for two
years, the hold-over members being Messrs.
McGowan. Trow, Church and Clarke.
Junior KpworthiiuiH Eutertulneil.
The Junior Epwortli League, under the
direction of Mr. Charles Haj den Chase, last
night pleasingly rendored an entertaining
musical and literary programme in tho
lecture-room of tho McKcudree M. E.
Church on Massachusetts avenue, near
Ninth street, to a largo audience. Misses
Mabel Gheon, Sarah Wastell, Alice It.
Riff el, and Emily Brewood and Messrs.
Hoyt Lambson and Allen Schlerf took
part in the musical programme and Harry
Hurfurth gave a recitation.
Cnpt. Torrons' Critical Condition.
Capt. Joseph Torrens, who was stricken
with paraljsis at Costello's Hall, corner
of Sixth and G streets northwest, Wed
nesday afternoon, is in a very serious
condition. It Is feared that his advanced
age will greatly retard his recovery. He
is seventy-rour years old and was an offi
cer of tho District jail twenty-four years.
Several months ago he was dismissed by
Warden Leonard, but was subsequently
Now Comes tho innll Boy's Delight.
Mr. Clarence L. Deane, the herald or Bar
nutn and Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth,
passed through Washington on Thursday
night. As a consequence every availablo
inch of space to be found on the walls of
Washington are bright with glorious
posters. This may be taken as an Indica
tion that the gentle spring bos come to stay.
"Southern Railway train from the South
now forming a connection for New York,
leaving Washington as a eection of. the
10 a. m. train via P cunsy I vania Railroad,
Trill bo withdrawn after Sunday, 2l8tinst.,,
Oue day a lad,y said to the writer: "I
think the wintera are cooler than the sum
meis." This woW 'indeed sound sirauge
in Washington, bu t when he spoke wo wei e
sitting behind a great tan palm in Honolulu,
discussing the weather, and the had only, J
expressed an opjniou on a controverted
fltiange indeed jare tlie chaises that time
and environment an bringing. Tlie ed
ucated layman of to-day proves more about
the mt-dical science than tlie physician of
nn hundred years ago. Yet at no time
line the true physician, who is fully
abreast of the times, been more truly hon
ored or bis opinion been more respected.
He lias not oDly gone far byond his
ancient brethren, but is far in advance
of iil more conservative colleagus ot
Dr. R. A. Walker, or 141 1 Pcims7ian!a
avenue northwest, Adjoining Willard's,
is one of our few thoroughly equipped and
up-to-date practifci oners. Certainty ho
possesses genius. A man Dt practical, po
litical genius, like Lincoln, eould see
father than the trained Intellect of our pro
fessor ot political economy. Like a great
judge, be grasps the symptoms as eridrnce,
and draws logical conclusions from them.
It Is now a well establJshrd fact that
Dr. "Walker ures all disorders of the.
brain and nervous system, dUeaseo ot tlie
skin and blood, catarrh, asthma, con
sumption, Theumatism, malaria, hemor
rhoid, heart troubles, dlstaaes of Vonifn,
and all affectione of the liver, stomacli,
kidneys, bladder, bowels, and other oigans,
sexual weakness, etc.
Dr. Walker may be consulted Tree of
charge, personally qr by letter. His well
Jniown sauitarlum, at 1411 Pennsylvania,
avenue, adjoining Willard's Hotel, Is
open dally for consultation and treatment.
Office hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., aud
Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7
to 8; Sunday hours, 10 to 1 2 a. m.
Charges fortrealm-nt very low.
All interviews and correspondence fca
c redly confidential. No c.isei made
public without consent ot patients.
TAYLOR JURY OUT ALL MfiHT
After Four Hours of Deliberation
They Had .Not Agreed.
Judge Cole, in His Charge, Dsclarcs That
the law Condemns tho Boctrino
"" of Emotional Insanity.
The case against Thomas J.Taylorfor the
murder of his wife on September 14 last
was argued jesterday and at 4.15 p. in.
wasMtbmlUed to the jury. At 8 p. m. they
had not agreed and were locked up till
At the openingcourt Messrs. Barret tand
Kites for the dtiferise asked instructions
t hat if the ju ry be'f fevejl Taylor irresponsible
when he did the Gjiyoling.onf they believed
the fatal shot mm iifccidentnl they nhould
Judge Cole, after the arguments had Iwen
made, instructed lli jury partly in com
pliance with thesr pfhjers and Mr. Barrett
noted exceptioiui'on Vlie points wherein he
departed from tAeni.'
Judge Cole said" ptlssion is not insanity;
neither is uncontrollable unpul&vnor ex-
cilemsiit which 'clouds the mind insanity.
The testimony 6f 'the experts should be
given due weight; bill the jury must not
jield their own 'judgment. They must
consider the oecurehufs mimcdiat-Iy pre
ceding and succeeding the shooting and ask
themselves, whether ft lg reasonable o sup
pose that the defendant wai insane when lie
killed his t ife. The law' does not recognl7e
b'it condemna the doctrine of emotional
or momentary Insanity, considering it
The question of the wife's infidelity
was not to be considered unless it wns
found that Taylor had been insane IX'fore
and the shock of the misfortune rendered
him again irresponsible.
If the jury lhrlieved the ball glanced
from Taylor's Side and killed his wife by
accident, they mu st convict of manslaughter.
Tor the government Assistant District
Attorney Jeffords, in argument, presented
t tieevidenceglven Thursday by MrT.Virtoria
Clarkson who lived in the house with the
Talor'a flatly contradicting Taylor's
Btory fat hi wifeconfe-'-edlierguilt. Mrs.
Clarkson heard the shot and hrard Mrs.
Taylor cry out, "Before God In heaven, I am
innocent;" a moment later Taylor called
out that ho had killed ills wire aud himself.
Medr. Niles and Barrett levie ved the
testimony ot Mrs. Davis and the defeudant
ur-ins ttut tlie defendant was clearly a
victim ot epilepsy and called upon the test!
mony of the physicians to show that a man
surferin-r from epilepsy may Till into a state
of irresponsibility for a Tew mnments as the
Mr. Birney told the jury thati it waB
simply a question whether a man vhose
cruelty to his wife had been proved could
kill her 111 cold blood and go free on his own
testimony, when the victim's mouth was
TIftID EXECUTOR JONES.
Ho Let HiH Rights in S. T. Jones' Kutute
Go Unused for Fear Of 11 Contest.
George W. Jones yesterday filed an an
swer to the demand upon him for an ac
counting aa the executor of the late Selwln
T. Jonc3, and Judge Hagner ordered that
he should bring a properly made up state
ment. Mr. Jones soj's that he has never really
qualified as executor. He found the prop
erty all In the possession of persons op
posed to his acting as executor, and he
had not the money to make a fight m court.
Ho therefore allowed his rights to go un
used. The estate, he asserts, consisted mainly
of a flour and feed business at No. 2022
Twelfth street uortbT?est, and he is in
formed that the widow, Lillian Richards
Jones, tojr possession of the stock and
sold it ouWt No. 935 B street northwest,
where she has a store.
Not the Chitlnn Legation Thief.
Detcctivo George Boyd arrested John
Julius Hall, alias .Dove, a Swiss cook,
thirty-four jear o, yestorday as a sus
picious character TEfoU has been going
through Maryland tmd Virginia represent
ing h.mself as Sonpected with the Order
of Red Men and seeking aid Irom the dif
ferent branches -ofiAhat order. He was in
Annapolis a few daja ago and his likeness
to the descriptjpn of Brauor, the Chilian
legation robber, caused the police there to
do some tall hustling with the $300 reward
in view. They failed to catch hint,
however, and ho came on here and fell into
Boyd's hands yesterday.
SAID TO BE THE "GREATEST DISCOV
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In addition to three Washington Physi
cians testifying to Dr. SHADE having
cured them of Tubercular Consumption,
many others have also been cured. If you
are skeptical, why don't you Investigate
and be convinced. Dr. P. Brett Morgan,
Professor of Lung Diseases 111 the San
Francisco Homeopathic College, Cala. ,
says: "DR. SHADE'S CHLORIDUM
TREATMENT FOR CONSUMPTION is
tho greatest discovery of this century."
The Hon. Morgan R. Wise, Congressman
from Pennsylvania, who was under DR.
SHADE'S treatment for a Complicated
Lung Trouble, says: "I most heartily
recommend DR. SHADE as being, in my
estimation, the greatest Lung Specialist
in this country.'
Offico hours, fi to 11 a. m,, 1 to 3, and
4 to 6 p. m.
Consultation and examination free.
Truth to be Told About the Out
law Race Track,
SERMONS FROM THE PULPIT
Tomorrow the leading Pastors fii tho
Churches of Washinston "Will Arraiffn
Jackson City, the Outlaw Track and tho
Dens of Inquity Acro3s tho Eiver Eoform
Forcc3 Joins the Crnsado of tho Times.
A powerful and welcome ally liosenlLsted
with The Times for tho war ot suppression
and extermination of the plague spots and
dens of iniquity across tho nvor. Tho
church or Washington has accepted tho in
vitation to add its Christian and moral
force to the ciusado otThe Times against
the outlaw track, at Alexandor Island,
and the nurscnasot infamy and vice at Jack
The doctrine that these corrupters and
debnuchers or tho moral sense ot the .j outh
of Washington and open deriera of civil
and tnorallaw must besweptoutofoxikteucc
by legal means and by tlie expression or
the voice or tho public conscience will
be preached rrom many pulpits In this city
The co-operation of tho pastors in this
work was Kolicited by The Timas 111 a recent
letter to each of them. How they have
responded and the "value of the assistance
mav be seen from the appended names of
pastord aud their encouraging sentiments
addressed to Thu Times.
MOST EMPHATIC APPROVAL.
Rev. S. homer, pastor of St. Paul's
English Lutheran Church , says
"Yours of the 12th is at hand. I have
read it over with careful consideration,
and with the most emphatic approval of
interest. Your paper deserves the chunks
of all good citizens for the energy of op
position sg.uust the Inrernailsms ai ros.s
the river, manifested in your columns. I
shall be pleased to do anything 1 can in
the direction ii dicated. I have made ref
erences to the evils tinder consideration,
and shall dobo from time to time as I fird
opportunity and any co-operation posmble
on my part will be rendered most willingly,
llic inlanious business over there ought to
bo speedily doomed; and 111 the dooming of
it Virginia and the District should com
pete for the first place In pouring legal
thunderbolt! into tl at precinct of lawless-,
nesH and crime."
Rev. Hugh T. Stevenson, Anacostia Bap
tist Church , wrties.
"I am with you in your fight against
gambling. Don't atop wtih the Island.
Regret that I can't comply with request for
sermon 011 Lord's day next in reference to
the evils of gambling, aa I expect to be
alwent from the city.
"When I return will speak, as I have
wished to, against the evil. Success to The
Tidies in its elforts against vice and cor
ruption." GLAD TO ACCEDE.
Rev. Clarence Ernest Ball, ot Grace
Church, Alexandria, sajs.
"I shall lie very glad to accede to your
request made In circular this morning re
ceded, and will endeavor m some way to
make more than a passing reference to this
Rev. Tcunis S. Hamlin, pastor of Church
ot the Covenant, writes:
"I shall be glad to say or daanjthlng in
mr power to suppress Jackson City."
Rev. Dr. Kent, pastor ot tho People's
"Your circular letter just received.
It will arford me pleasure to co ojwrate
with The Times in any way I can to promote
the peaco and gocd order and morality ot
this city. Mj sympathies I ueeil not say
are heartily with joti in tho fight you are
waging aginst the lawless and vicious
practices that have fco loug found shelter
nud encouragement at Jackson City and
Alexander Island. I will gladly dsvote
ne'xt Sunday morning to the s-ubjsct and
contribute my mite in producing whole
some aud effective public sentiment. I
may add that jour position on gas, water,
and" many other things connected with our
city's welfare I most heartily indorse and
wish you that general co-oparatlon ot our
people, which is requlied to bring about
the needed reform. I would suggest that
you open your columns to i discussion of
this.whole subject of mun.clpal owntrslnp
of natural monopolies. And in older that
the discussion be systematically aud
profitably conducted I would suggest
also that it be conducted by two persons
only whom you might select or who might
be chosen by thoso interested to represent
them, and that all correspondence bearing
on the subject bo addressed to them.
This ui'ght ery profitably crowd out all
race track information and be a fourco of
genuine education aud enlightenment to the
"What do jou thinlr of it?"
DR. "BOSTON'S PROMISE.
Rev. Dr. T. C. Easton, of the Eastern
Presbyterian Church, has given personal
assurances that lie will take'up the subject
to morrow evening at his church.
Rev. W. W. Van Arsdalc, pastor of
Fifteenth Street M. E. Church, writes:
"Your favor of the 12th instant was
received yesterday. I hasten to reply.
Your efforts to down the dens of iniquity
that infest our city and vicinity arc highly
commendable and should meet with the
prompt response not only of the ministers
(the creator, with the press, of public sen
timent), but ot every right-minded citizen.
"It would be my pleasure to preach on
the subject tiie following Sunday, as you
request, but previous arrangements will
make it impracticable. But I will take
occasion to make a short prelude on the
subject. I have already preached on
the subject gambling. I pray that success
may attend your efforts. I shall be willing
at aU timed to do anjthing I can as a
teacher of morals to enforce the principles
of good government.
Rev. Dr. Hugh Johnston, pastor of
Metropolitan M. E. Church, says:
"Certainly I will speak against the great
evil to-morrow night."
Rev. N. C. Naylor, of tho Maryland
Avenue Baptist Church, says:
"Your request at hand. In reply would
say I am in heartiest sympathy with
your movement, but cannot preach on the
subject next Lord's Day, as I have special
services arranged for that day."
Rev. C. H. Butler, pastor of Keller
Memorial Lutheran Church, responds:
"I shall be glad to comply with your
request and speak Sunday evening next
of the evils centering in Jackson City,
and trust that you may succeed in your
Rev. O. S. Mitchell, of St Mary's
"In reply to yours of April 12,1 must beg
to say that subjects for next Sunday have
been arranged. Will attend to the matter
at my earliest convenience."
Rev. 0. Gillespie, S. J., of St. Alojsius
"We will take great pleasure in ec
onding your efforts to put down gambling
and ita evil consequences, as mentioned
in your letter. I will ask the preacher
next Sunday to mako some references
to the subject."
Rev. Albort M. HUlikcr, of Epiphany
"1 leave the city to-night for a Ktay of
about two weeks, so that I cannot comply
with your request. There are few vices
more generally demoralizing than gambling,
and anything I could say or do to lessen
the evil would, of course, be gladly said
or done. Am sorry to say that I haven't
kept up with the agitation to abolish
Jackson City dens; shall be glad of any
Rev. TuomaB O. Tongue, rector of Grace
P. E. Churob, Bays:
Dear Sir: "Your communication 0'
t nnwM 111
1 BfiflEftQau srj
1 B0 H BlB
And UP fn the STORE, as that 13 NOT our way of doing business. Our goods aro all
marked In PLAIN FIGURES, and every' article advertised or displayed in our show
window can be found In our STORE, and at the SAME PRICE. Vive ore ALWAYS
ready to return your money on any purchase NOT SATISFACTORY, which proves
that our Clothing MUST bo right. Wc manufacture onr OWN goods and RETAIL
them at tho WHOLESALE PRICE, which means a saving to every customer of 25 to
10 per cent.
Save the Retailer's Profit by Coming to UsI
Men's All- vooI Scotch Cheviot Suit?, sold else where for ten and C"7 Kfl
twelve dollars- holesalc price Pt.JJ
Men's All-wool Blue Cheviot and Unfinished Worsted Suits, sold. SQ Kfl
elsewhere for twelve dollars- W holesalc pries S,L-,-v
Men's All-wool Black Clay Worsted Suits, both Sack and Cuta- CtO Kf)
way, soldclsewbcro for twelve dollars. Wholesale price pu,uw
Men's All-wool Black Vicuna Cheviots, sold elsewhere for twcHc Q Rfl
dollars. 'Wholesale price A PO.JW
Mcn'sNavy Blue Imported Serge Snits, sold elsewhere for sK-lQ ff
teen and eighteen dollars- V holesalc price... ji..JJ
Men's Fine Imported Black Clav Worsted Cutaway Suits, sold OIO nfl
elsewhere for sixteen dollars- V holcsale price. -. i..-v-f
Men's Imported Taney Worsted Suits, neat pin checks and
stripes, sold elsewhere for sixteen and eighteen dollars. CJIO Kfl
W holesalc price -. vPI-. OVJ
A fulllinc of finer grades up to twenty- five dollars, which are from FIVE
to EIGHT DOLLARS CHEAPER than the SAME QUALITIES aro sold for
Also a complete line of Boys' and Children's Clothing impossible to mention.
YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY RETURNED
ON ANY PURCHASE NOT SATISFACTORY.
Open Daily from 7.30 A. M, to 7 P. H.
Saturday Nights until 10 P. M.
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturing Clothiers
403 and 405 Seventh Street Northwest.
Factory and Salesroom, 402 and 4-04 Penn Street. Reading, Pa.
April 31th has been received and IMiallbe
glad to do what I can to assist in the lauda We
work you have undertaken. Need I say
how heartily I wish you success. It is
shown that mil stiiiendous evil -Lumkl be
foisted on a people who are weJI-nigh
powerless to help themselves under the
Rev. J G Butler, ot Memorial Church,
"The Times is to be commended in its
effort to clean out Juckvm City and its
contisuoufl infamies. Public sentiment
will sustain and applaud any honest effort
in thin direction. It will give mpleasureto
coniplj with your reuuei: aih! eill uraest
attention to the crying need just acrooss the
Potomac a perpetual menace to our city."
HE WILL CO-OPERATE.
Rev. Frederick D. Tower, or Vermont
Avenue Christian Church, says
"I wilt with pleasure co-operate with The
Times in its crusade against Jackson City,
and will call special attebtion to the matter
in my Sunday evening discourse."
Rev. W. H. Johnson, of the Israel Bap
tist Church, Eleventh street, between F
and G northeast, says
"I shall endeavor to prepare and preach
a sermon a?.inu the evil next Sunday at
11 a m., Apnl 21 "
George W. Lee. D. D.. pastor Vermont
Avenue Baptist Church "Yours bearing
dte 13th instant rece.ved and contents
carefully noted. I do rot knoAv whether
I shall be able to fill my pulpit on Sundav or
not on account ot illness. But you will
he.ir from me as soon as I leach my post
of duty. Jackson City and its army ot
tramps and thiees must go undar the
force of pulpit aud press. For as you have
said, the salvation ot many young men in
thlf. city depends upon the upsetting of this
hole of iniquity." "
Rev. Sandy Alexander "Having received
a typewritten letter asking me to refer to
the lawless city known as Jackson Cit,
beg to say Hi reply I shall at both morning
ind evening services comply with jour
The suggestion in the following lute from
Mr. C. A Ueber, orCnrliiu, Va., will be read
"Editor Times I would suggeit a method
ot getting rul of Jxckaon City which eenis
to me practicable. Let Congress question
the constitutionality of the act of retro
cession, by whlcii that portion of the Dis
trict now known as Alexandria county.
Va., was returned to Virginia, .end icfer
for decision to the Supreme Cimrt of the
United fctates. I think the District should
contain an area ten miles square."
lionl Untuto Transfers.
Real estate transfers were tiled yester
day for record as follows: William H.
Barstow and wife to Sheldon Jackson,
undivided bait interest in original lot
11, square 1036, $10. R. W. Heall to
Anna B. Campfield, lot 19, Rmoot's toib.
square 754, subject to $4,100 tn:st,
S100. Julia C. Buker to Sterling Ruffm,
part lot 1, Buker's sub. Pletia'it Pl.-.ins,
56,500. Irene Brown to C. A. t . ok, lot
283, Shreevcs' sub. square 674, $10. Jo
seph M. Cary to Emma B. Price, lot 24
aud 25, block 45, Lipscomb's nild'tion
Holmead Manor, S10. Wesley Fry and
wife to William Lowrey. part lot 18,
square 1083, $I,G00. William F. Camp
field and wife to R. W. Beall, lot 19,
Smoot's sub. square 754, subject to
$4,100 trust, $100. C. M. Castlemnn
and wife to Jnmea O. Finks aud Watson
Boyle, lot 67, Riggs' sub. square 208,
$1,111.50. Rudolph Eichhorn, trustee,
to Joseph Crabtrce, lota 41, 42, 43, Con
Ion's sub. square 620, $4,153.50. Eliza
beth C. Gessford to Magdalene Fugitt, lot
30, Gessford's sub. square 87G,
pubject to $4000 trust, $10 Walter
HieUon and wife to Ernest A. A. Dunn,
lot 47, Hieaton's tub., block 22, Roaedale
and Ishcrwood, $10. E. B. Hay, trustee, to
Mary S. Gist, lot 131, Johnston's sub.
scmnrc 195, biibject to $5,000 trust, $10.
Ralph L. Hall and wife to William F.
Campfield, lot 19, Smoot's add. square
754, $100. F.R.Horner and wife to Arch
ibald M. McLachlen, nil interest in lot 63,
Browning's sub. square 723, subject to
trust, $2,750, Max Kaufman and wife to
Dr. George C. Ober, lot G. Bradley's sub.
square 436, $10. A. A. Lipscomb and Wil
liam H. Saunders, trustees, to Edwlna P.
Chamberlln, lot 58, block-43., Lipscomb
sub., Holmead Manor, subject to $1,000
trust, $1,912.50. J. C. Roberts to Lewis
S. Wells, lots 1 to 29, block 11, and lots
1 to 29, block 18, Marshall, $10. Henry
S. Sutton and wife to Ira Baker, part lot 11,
block 27, Baker sub., Langdon Park, $10.
W. R. Wilcox and wife to Joseph Cassidy,
lot 25, HIeston sub. block 22, Langdon
Park, in trust for Alecm Cassidy, subject
to $446 trust, $850.
Whnt's in u Xamo?
Editor Times: In The Times o the 19th
Instant, page 4, column 5, under "Olive
Branch Advocates," you give my name as
Chace J. Boyce "read an essay on 'How to
sprevent strikes.' " Then when I am
a delegate to tlie meeting at Mystic, Conn.,
I am Charlc3 Royce. Can't you make it
Chase Roys? Very respectfully,
Charged "With Stealing n Wnteh.
Frederick Brown was in the police court
yesterday charged with the theft of a watch
from the dead body of Patrick Word, me
saloonkeeper who died ot heart failure
Wednesday. The case was coutinued until
the 23d. Brown was committed to jail in
default of bonds.
Holtzman's restaurant. Ninth ai tl E
streets, northwost, will open next week.
Announcement of date in Times on Monday
h ffitr r it arsi,
SBBfca 8 5 83 Bm3H
CHURCH NOTICES .
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, CORNER
Thirteenth ami L streets northwest. Dri
Rog-w preaches at 11 a. ra., subjMt,
"TmiHlating the Spirit ottl RweBCbwre;"
prelde to the sermon, "Th Sin of tiHEsb
lii;" Rev. W. W Van Amiale, t tto
Fifteenth Street Methodist Cburcb, peawiMS
at 7 30 p. m , subj-et, "Clir4i IHMty.'
PASTOR E. HEZ SWEM tette Sowlay
night. 7 30 o'clock, about "SOME SIN
GULAR SIGNS." Preaching at 11 a. ..
by Pastor T C Newman, of Va Free
pews. All mvtteil The celebrated evaa
gelist.Percy G. Elsora. beginsapecialsenrlees
Sondoy. April 28, Second Rapttat Church
Auditorium, 4th st. and Ya ave se.
CONGRESS Street Methodist Pretesfaiat
Church, 31st at., bet. M and N ss.. Rev.
Waller R. Graham, pastor. SabteUn ser
vices Preaching, 11 a m. ami 7 30 p. m.,
by Rev AugHstu Davison. Sabbath -school.
0 30. Christian Emleavor. G JK..
NINTH Street Chnatian Ctoareh. comer
9th and D sts ne. Pastor. B. B. Boedhy.
will preach at 11a.m. awl S p. ra. Btam
gclutic service at night. Sublet ot ser
mon "Counting the eoit."
SPECIAL SERVICE3 on Sunday nxt at
the Salvation Army Hall. 930 Pa. av., at
11 a. m. and at 3 p. m. Brigadhtr Btohs,
Adjutant Damon, and Capt Taylor, the
great musician and sweet singer of the.
Army, will nave charge of the services:
also Adjutant Hunter from Baltimore; and.
at 8 p m. a Salvation mcetteK led by the
above Everybody cordially Invited.
FIFTEENTH Street M E. Church, ear
ner R at. nw.. Rev. W W. Van AcwKih;,
pastor. Sermon. 7 30 p m. by Rer A. G.
Rogers. D D.. pat tor Church of Oar Ffetter.
Subject "The complete life in Chites,"
Sunday 3chool, 9 30 a in Bp worth Leasee
6 30 p m. Seast free AH are weroti9.
VERMONT Avenue Christian Chare!.
Pastor, F. D Power, at 11 a. ra , "QmI'b
glory in the mountains." 8 p. m.. 0a
guard." Sunday school. 9 30. Y. V. S
C. E.. 7 p. ni AH wleom. feats free.
SPIRITUALISM Metzerotfs Music Hall.
Sunday. Apnl 21. Edgar L. Emerson wdl
lecture morning and evening. folio wine each
service with his wonderful tets. Services
11 30 a. m. and 7 30 p. m. 10 a. m.,ChH
UNITARIAN ALL SOUL'S CHURCH,
Fourteenth and L streets. Rev. Thoratw
Van Ness, of Boston, will preach at 11 a.
in. aud 7 30 p. m.; Sunday-school and
study class. 9 45 a. m.; young peoples
meeting at 6 30 p. m.
THEOSOPHY-SCIKNCE AND THEO
sonhy Lecture Sunday evening. 8 o'clock.
"Tit 119 Tenth street northwest, by Mr. R. L.
Leroh; admission free; no cotlccMon.
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Eighth and I stnets northeast. Rev. A.
Reocli, pastor. Preaching 11 a. m. and
7 30 p. m.; Sunday-school 9.30 a. m.;
Junior Y. P. S. C. E., 3 30 p. m.; Sentor
Y. P. S.C. E . 6 30 p m.
THE EASTERN PreabyterinaChMrcn 6th
andMaryUndave.ne ,Rev ThomgaCnalmers
Easton. D. D , paitor, will preach 11a m..
followed with ordination of elders awl
deacons. At 7 30 p m .subject, "Gamblers
and Gambling" the nuKlera race track aad
ita evils will be reviewed. Sunday School
9 30 a. ni , Y P S. C. E. at 3 p: ni and
6 30 p. m Strangers cordially invited.
SIXTH Presbyterian Church 6th and O
sts.sw , The Rev G. N.Lueeock.D.D., will
preach at 11 a. m and the pastor at 7 30
p.m SabbathSchoolat9'30a m. Paator's
Bible class 9 ISa.m Chitstian Endeavor,
6.30 p. m. A cordial welcome awaits
CENTRAL M.P. Church 12th and Mnw.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S J Smith,
at lla.m.andSp m. 11a. m.,"Treaaws
the robbers cannot get." Snnday School,
9 30 a. m Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
A welcome awaits you. .
RYLANDM.E Cnurch 9 15a.ra.SBn
day School. 11 a. m..by pastor, Rsv.S.M.
Hartsock, D. D , "The divine met nod ot
giving." 6 30 p m . Y. P. S. C. B.
7 45 p. m , ' The law or kindness " Seats
free. Welcome to all.
Find our $t glasses to anstror every ad
requirement EYEQLASSEis or fa
bPEcTAtLES fitted trim onr ETN-
Lyes examined, and the proper
ultra charge. ja
McAllister & Co.,
1811 F EtreotN. W. (Nest Sna BU5.J
Epw-orth I.ousrue Activity.
Mr William B MatthewsandMr George
S. Gibson, members of the District Ep worth
League transportation committee, will
visit Baltimore to-day to make arrange
ments for the delegates and friends to go by
boat from Baltimore to the fourth general
district convention at Philadelphia, May
23 to 26. The badges to be worn by tho
delegates have been ordered and will be
ready for distribution May 1 The District
League will hold a social on May 10, which
will be iu charge of Mrs. J R Mlckle, as
sisted by the fourth vice presidents of tha
several chapters in the District.
P'-P lUU II 1