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FIELD OF F
Graciai lo, a Two-lo-Fivc Shot,
?Makes Very Poor Showing
on Hennings Tfack,
THE RIDING OF WILLIE SHAW
D'Arklc, Only Favorite, to Score,
Won Handicap for Two
?' ' Year-Olds.
(Dy Ai-aoclatctl Press,)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 23.?Wlllio
Shaw's rldlnff'was tlio only feature at
Hennin***!- to-day. Of live motintf-^ic rode
ihroo winners, one ?ecoinl end a third
li-in-p. JD'Airkle, the only favorite to
?cor--, won the lmndicu-p for two-year
old? handily by two lengths. The surprise
or the day was tho defeat of Grazlallo,
a two to live (fliot, who finished last In a
field of four. Summaries"!'
First race?handicap, two-year-old!", six
'fiirton**.**?D'Arklc (11 to 101 Ilrst, nine
Coat 02 lo 1) second. Foxy (3 to 1)
third. Time, 1:16. ,
Second raeo?selllng, three-year-olds and
Up .?even rut-Ion-**--?Qtie.n Kllznbeth (l?
to 1) flr*<t, KIiik Pftl-pc-r (2 to 1) seoond,
Green Crest (8 to ti) third, Time, 1:29 l-'i.
Third r.-iee?selling, two-year-olds, ?Ix
fiirloncs?Pancrcatls (20 to' 1) llrst. Gold
Klein- (il to 6) second; Mohtveordor (0 to 2)
third. Time. 1:15 1-5.
fourth j-ac??threc-ycar-olds and up,
one mil*-?Stolon Moments Ci to 1) ?!""st.
1'roceedH d? to 1) second} Brooklynlto G
to li third. Time, 1:41 3-0.
Fifi h race?maidens, throe-yar-olds and
tri), mile ami seventy yard-*?Uly Bride i??
to 1) Urst. Nuit Manche (7 to 1) second,
Kuby U'-mpstead (JO to I) third. Time,
1:48 -Mi.
Sixth race?handlcon, three-year-olds and
Up, mile and threeWdxtr-enthfi?Alslor (1
t.- 3) tir.-ii, lien Crockett (s to m j-e-cond,
Uimplo (0 to 1) third. Time, '.'?03 1-5.
Entries for To-day.
First race?flvo: furlongs, maiden two
yc-ar-olds?Golden Sunrise, Yeoman, Ivlm
crick. llawtrcy, JO!?: Critical, Kdith Brown,
lCvcning, Knight of \V'e***top', Grand Dueh
<*?--. Annie KushoII. Little liultercup, Bo
liemla, Paldumphy, Ijlz-cie Alhcrtlne,
Cabin, Horculold, Madam Satin, Auction,
10C. t
Second race?selling, three-year-olds and
up. seven furloncs, Columbia court---?
T-trl.-irt.horpe, 107; Memphis, Satchel!, Mc?
Williams, Palrbury, Kedhook, Neptunus,
N'Ino Spot, Oclnwa-ha, Unmasked, IOC;
UUul I.iKlit. Sliver Foam. Payne, 101; Foxy
Kan-*, in*. Cl-air the Arena. M: Locket,
lot; Silver Uay*-. 99: Cedar P-apld?. 9?;
J)r. Lodor, W; Australlria, UC; Mary Worth,
aW; Ohurter, 1?!: Monochnrd, W; M. F.
Tarrer. 10ii; Black Soeks, 100.
Third race?Chevy Clias? -steeplechase,
?bout two and n half mile.--?Imperialist,
3.i">; Billy Ray, Black Death, Silent Bliss,
It. B. Sock. Conover, IK.
Fourth race?handicap, stceplecliase,
About three miles?Latvs&Or) 1_- Wodl
iratherer, l?j; Charles O'Malley. 354; Cas?
oar. 352: Wooden. 151; KJn>* Carter, 160;
-Pagan Uoy, HO: Billy liny, 347; Ivan. 1?;
3 toward Gnitx, 1-fOi Oponet. ISO* Vestment,
ir.; It. 8; Sack, 134: Silent Bush, 133; Mor
r.-lf.. ?-TJ: I'ercen, 132.
Fifth roce?Washington cup, two nnd
a Quarter miles?.Short Hose, 127; Ostrich,
Grazlallo; The Soirthorner, ill: persistence
31.; 110: .lames F., Botwh Rider, Moon
J.alf-y. 107; Go Between, Ben Crockett, 99;
Kst-Lbllsh; tip. Queen Belle, 94.
Sixth nice?ncllln--. two-year-olds, seven
-furlongs, Columbia courKe?Only One,
Kniidom. Hawtrey, Applaud 112; Criti?
cal. Maggie i-Vtroup. Grey Dove; Dance
aruslc, Kos-ill, 10!); ??i?Uc "Priority, Auto
Hood, I0T; Woolnoln, Little Butternip, ,101.
Seventh race?selhjng. threo-year-oldt
?ind up, une and one-sixteenth miles, old
c-j-lr-*e?a kola, 112: Arrahiiowan, Kilogram,
11**; Jimmy J.ane, SHauKet. 100; McWIl
llam.-*, 1Q0; Rightful, IOC: Queen Be.llc, 101;
Hatchet, 101; Stolen Moments. 107; Mld
tiliipmau, 89; Or. LoiU-r, 30; White Ghost,
li-3.
At Cumberland Park.
(By Associated Pre?--)
NASHVJLLE, TEN.V,. Nov. 23.-But two
favorlt*-- were succosnxul at Cumberland
Park to-day. and amone the winning out
i<iders was Darthula, In tho fifth race,
quoted at ilfty to one. .Summaries:
First, race?five furlon*"-??Korea (1 to 2)
-first, Florkic (13 to 1? second, Lamplight
(2 to 1) tlhlrd. Time. 1:<_! 3-4.
Second race?six fuWc-hfpi?April Shower
fC to 1) first, Benvollo (7 to til second,
Glondon (17 to 3) third. Timo. 1:15 1-2.
Third mce?-six furlontrs?Rusk (8 to fi)
first, Annie Hodge (11 to 5) ?econd, Ice
?tva-tor (3 to 1) third. Time, 1:34.
Fourth race?mile?Licia Lleib (7 to 3)
tlrst, Florence Fonno (7 to 1) second, Lat
tenham (9 to 2) third, Time, 1:43 1-2.
Firth race?six furlongs?- Darthula (50 to
31 first, Weberflekl- (.16 to 1) f-econd,
Omealca (.16 to 6) third. Time. 1:15 1-2.
Sixth*race?one mile?Rnohel Ward (5 to
3.1 first, Ma-faida 17 to !i) second. Bank
tStrect (16 to 1) third. Time, 1:42 1-2.
. ?
Opening at New Orleans To-day.
(Uy Asnocint>"l Pr'-s-jJ
NI3W ORLtJANS, ?Nov. "S!.-The opening
to'-morrow of tho Creliii?nt City Jockey
Club's meeting promises-to he a. rucord
hreaker; The. innugui'\t.l hundicaiv the
ieaturo of tho progratni-io, has ? Held of
fourteen very high-clas'*- horses and the
v.-elgjlts have been ho adjusted as to make
it n hard problem to Polve. The weather
is clear and bulmy atid'itlio track HbIU
nniK' test'. \ , \
NELSON IN BETTER
SHAPE THAN C0RBEJT
(Ppeclnl to Tit? TlmeVDIsputch.)
SAX fiiA.NClSCO. A'ovemlir ?a.?Many Clil
c?ito propio \i.?.ltnit NelKOn'i' nyinnaaluni at
3,arl-Kiiur jeHterdiiy, innot oj tliem delegrstes
to tbr> l-vderatlon \of l^a'ioi- convention.
I'unchliifr liinr Hwlvold and ypni-lnr- pnrliipni
falter Milder the iitrnln of iho Chlca-jolan's
blows. Inn a matlrRHH takes lall iha wallopa
ilirown its way and tfiro-.va Ihn donor off In
inuch til? famo manner as alboxer tobses off
i, lighter opponent from n cllnlh.
Nnluoii worked oft a lot oil surplus ?ner-ty
on tho contrvimco to show Its enateni vIhI
tor? liosv his punching powotj hn? improved.
That .Nelson is In fur betten condition than
Corbett at this hta-;e of th? _nme there Ih
no fim'Stlon. The latter lia) eli-ht pounilH
of hard flesh to tako oft this m-ook, which Is
no mean task. I
The hotting ho? not hepun ni ynt, but thero
Is no doubt Corbott ?ill bo a |troiiK favorito,
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Roger & Gnllct's S6ap, nil odors, per cake.10c.
Chiittaii's Extreme Violet Soap, spcclnlly fine, 10c per cake, or three
for.28c
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS TRIS S?Jil?.
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CRACK TROTTERS
GO TO FOREIGNERS
Idolita Sold to Prince Smith, of
Berlin, for $4,450?Other
Sales.
(Special to The Time??-Dispatch.)
NKW YOUIv, Novumber **3.?Foreign buy<-r%
took th?; iilcli of the trouer? oflerM yester
eleey ut Ule l'asig-Tlpton -WllO In Madison
Square ("?arden. Acting for l'rlnca . Snillli, ot
lt*rlin. Oormeiny, H. I* Kent hers ton paid *i,
:M for" tli? hay stallion Idolita, 2:t? 1'4, thu
highest price of lliu elay; Brook Hurry. J&prtr
scntlng another European turfrnan. paPl |4,O0>)
for tho two-year-old trotting filly nosabel,
?2*211-4. Theso Ikvero tbo'liighest' price? of
the? elay. - -
Itlollta was consignee! to the sale by" former
Fire Commissioner John .1. Scanned, who paid
??K.SOO tor The Abbot, 2:03 1-4,. at the ?arden
a few years ngo. Mr. ("canned campaigned
- Idol Ha In the grand circuit laut season, but
ho WO? outclassed In the? company of ?uch
great trotte,? aa Tlverton, 2:04 1-2, and Sweet
: "Marie, 2:04 3-4, ana did not win a. race. The
horw: 1? now eight years old. In his thrcc'
year-old form ho was one of the big winner?
of the season, earning something like ?IM,""?
and gaining a record of 2:12. Ho Is the
sire or rierpont Morgan, a two-year-old that
trotted In 2:27 ?-4 last seaeson. ldolita's new
owner, who'Is one of the prominent trotting
horse fancier? of Europe, will campaign tho
maillon In Germany and Austria before re?
tiring him to tho stud;
Kosabcl, the two-year-old filly that brought
"4,000, I? credited with a trial ot 2:14 1-2 over
the l^exington track during the sea-ion JubI
ondee!. Her sire, Adbell, 2:23, hold? the world's
record for yearling trotters. She wa? con?
signee! to the ?ale by XV. IL JtcNaln.
Menno Cappanlllc. ot Budapest, Hungary,
and Geo'rgo Itodlmcr, of Vienna, Austria,
were other foreign horsemen who made piir
choiee*. The latter ha? bought., or D. .T.'
McClary at private salo the crack thrce-yenr-.
old colt Lord Itevelstoke, ?>:1C I?4, by Hingen,
2:0? 1-4, while Mr. Coppanlllo has collected
thlrtien fast trotters for export to Hungary.
Walter M. Jermyn. a weiiltliy young horse
fancier from Rcranton. Pn~, who lives at
the AnK,,nia. purchased for J-".1W one of the
staif" of yesterday's sale. This was the two
year-old buy colt- nilllngs, credited with a
pacing trial In 2:001-2-and eligible to tho
3:00 class. The speedy youngster was bred
by Senator Joseph Vf, Bailey, of Texas, and
?.van ?consigned to the sale by Joseph H.
Thayer, of Lexington, whoso, poor health,
horsemen will regret to learn, Is forcing him
to ?ell all hi? - trotter? In training.
Alonzo McDonald, who .according to report.
Is to train and campaign a stable of har?
ness horses for Howlanil S. Russell, of Ilos- I
? on, next season, was among- the buyers. IS.
Ft. Featherston, who purchaiied the twenty
year-old trotting sire Delmarch, 2:111-2, for
J3T5 on "Monday, resold bien yejetcrdny for $70(1
to Jame? Vf. Daly, of ? Mount Klsco, who
owned the old horse -several year? ago.
ALDERMEN PROHIBIT
BIG SIX-DAY RACE
especial to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
XI?W ?UK?. November :*3.?i..y a" vote of
forty-four to lilnei the Hoard of 'Aldermen
yesterday paused Alderman D?wllng's resolu?
tion prohlbling the projected eil* day bicycle?,
raco "and alt other contests of skill, speed
or endurance" requiring more than three hours
of continuous e-llort. The race was ?chedulo.1
to begin in Madison Square, Garden on Decem?
ber Sth. .
Kfforts were, mn.de by Republican members
of the Hoard to defeat the? resolution, but
they were without avail.
Alderman' Davles made, tho principal speech
against tho resolution, "t inn astonished ul
action of this klhd by Tammany Hall, which
hnn always boasted of its stand for personal
liberty." he suld. "Why '? Ulla Is n? bad as
any of th? blue laws of Now Kngland.. I am
opposed to It bce-ause It provents a man from
doing as ho pleases when It doe? not Inter?
fere In any way with the rights of others."
No elefensn was mode by Tammany member?
of tho Hoard, and tho only reply to the tit
tnoks of Aldermen Goodman, Davlcs and
? Wlrth. on the Republican side, was by Alder?
man Weiitss, a Brooklyn Republican, who de?
clared that bicycle racing of-till, kinds should
l>i ?stopped, nnd referred;to tho fact that his
f-.W died Koino years ago as a result of a
rnld contracted after u blcyclo ra^-e, in which
he had participated.
Member? of the Board offered no explanation
of their" action, except that nt tho sponsor
of the resolution, who Ucclurod that It was
lin exhibition "so brutal and disgusting that
common humanity required that It be stopped
at once."
GOULD NOT HAVE
KILLED HIMSELF
(Continued fron* l'lrst Page.)
marks on tho second linger of Young*'**
rlglit lianel anrl ho stripped off piece? or
sltln which woro turned over to the district
attorney. Tho witness was not permitted i
to answer u question its to whether the
black .murks wore mudo by gun-powder.
The Black Marks.
Another eiuestlon ns to jwliother he found
nuy Indication of gun-powder when ho
examined Nnii Patlorson's hands soon af?
ter tho shooting also met with an objec?
tion from the prosecution and tho court
Tllrectod tho witness not to answer. At
?he conclusion of Dr. O'Hanlon's examl
ation, that part of his testimony. In
vhlcli ho said that he considered tho case
to bo one of milclde und not iiomlclde,
when he performed tho autopsy, was
stricken from thu/record on motion of
Mr. Rand, Counsel for the defensa took
an exception to tho ruling of Justice pu
vis on this point.
Dr. Ernest Loderle, a chemist, who ex?
amined the two pieces of skin taken from
Yonne"", linger, said that ho had boon
unablo to ? determine the cause of tho
black spots. "Without a chomlcul test, I
would not venture to sny whether or not
the specks woro niado-by gun-powder,"
snid Dr. Lederle. "I only examined them
by p. microscope-,"
Mr. Dovy suggested that. I>i*. O'Hanlon
bo put on the stand to tell tho jury what
made tho blaek marlis In the skin. Mr.
Hand objeoted to tho defense goir.B on
at tlilH ?tugo of the trial and also to call
lug Dr. O'Hanlon as nu expert. "I have
a man who extracted grains of powder
from those .pieces .of skin," suld Mr,
Levy.
Just Ico Davis admonished I ho ottor
noy to lie more eiii'efiil In his remarks
find directed the -Jury to disregard the* lit
teranees of counsel regarding what It
was oli'lnied cxutnlnation of. the exhibit
by others than the witness disclosed,
John Ci'owley, a cabman, said be was
hulled by two men nnd a woman nhout
4 o'clock on the morning of June 4th,
while his cab was standing at tho corner
eif Eighth Avenun and One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth Blreot. Tho woman was
the defendant In this case, nnel one of
Hie men wus Caesar Voting. Young had
abused Miss Patterson, the witness paid,
and she was crying. Young ordered him
to drive tho woman to her home, and ho
dill no. On the way down town he
watched the occupant of the e-ab through
the trap In tho top of tho hansom, and
she continued crying', all tho way down
to Sixty-first Street, where sho left tho
cab. Crowley said that Young and tho
man with him were Intoxicated, hut that
"Miss Patterson was not. Albert Schnei?
der, another cabman, witnessed tho scene
when Miss Patterson was put in Crow
ley's cab, and he corroborateel tho testi?
mony of the previous witness. After
.Cro'.vloy drove away, he said Young and
his companion' culled him anel were
driven, 1*> a house on "West One Hundred
and Fortieth fitreet. He noticed that
both men were under the Influence of
liquor.
Tho scene.between Non Patterson and
her brother-in-law, J. Morgan Smith,
which was referred' to at length by Mr.
Rand In his opening argument, was de?
scribed by Joseph Hewitt, ? newsboy.
The witness said he was standing In
front of a cafe at Fifty-ninth Street and
Eighth Avenue about 0 o'clock on tho
night of Juno 3d, when Smith and Miss
Patterson came out and got Into a cab.
They were quarreling, and as they got
Into tho cab Smith struck Miss Patter-:
son in tho face.
'"What did tho man say?" asked Mr.
Levy. ,
''Ho" said, 'You'll have to do lt,'*'an
swereel the newsboy.
"And what did she say?" "? il
" '1 won't,' and then ho struck her and
pushed her into the cab."
The witness said that ho remembered
tho incident distinctly, and was positive
In his identification of Mrs. Patterson
and the photograph of J. Morgan Smith.
Ho hud noticed the couple particularly,
he said. "There Is always a lot of qua*?
rellng going on 'around the circle, and I
keep my eyes open to see the fun," the
newsboy explained.
Police Captain- Sweeney was recalled
to identify a photograph ot Smith and to
i testify that ho had summoned Smith to
appear before the grand.jury, and that
ho had failed to appear.
He an Id'he procured a process against
Smith June 9th, but that he still hud
It, having, been unable to Bervo It. A
warrant calling for Smith's arrest for
contempt of court - was then read and
marked for identification.
Court adjourned until Saturday.
CORNELL'S TEAM WINS
GRDSS-GOUNTRYHI
Four Ithicans Finished in First
Place, Scoring Twelve
Points.
(By Associated Press) ?
XEW YORK, Nov. 23,?Cornell'.*} sturdy
athletes onco more capturcel the inter?
collegiate cross country champions-hip In
the run to-day over nio course between
Pelham Manor Station and tho home of
;the New York Athletic Club, on Travers
Island, In Long Island Sound. Five teams,
made of thirty-four runners, represent
inp "Cornell, Columbia, Harvai-d, Yale and
the Hiiilve.rslty of Pennsylvania, took
part in the contest, and ot tho seven
men who carried the Tthac-an colors four
Unli'liud in tho first (places, winning the
Honor, with a total of twelve points.
Pennsylvania was second, with forty-one
points; Yale, third, fifty-one?, Harvard,
fourth, ilfty-two, and Columbia, iifth,
thirty-three.
13. TV Newman, of Cornell, finished first,'|
Ills time being :tl:C?.
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. of the
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FOERG'S REMEDY
It I? a nato reined)? contnlnlnur no mercury.
Is un entirely votecublo ?iriiiliict.couj'ioBed of
tnurur.'ptelniKM known to Ki?|t?ne?e>. Jleciiiniu
of tbe-lr e'xiioime tboy are vory seldom mod by
tbunractlclni; fraternity, I'liefoniiulte-lietliu
result of yu.-irieof .iractli-oof nn eminent pby.
nielan, who found It wonderfully tniccea-rul,
Juno nth, 1901.
I tvlih to Mate? for Focrir llemcdy i:o., tient
my condition wanvury bud from ??crofuln.botli
l,i-<'n-.iHl.rliiK in feurfill condition i till? vim
my t'lindltlou before I ceimiiit-iicuel to tetko
Knuri?'? llciueily, After liavln? taken two
bottle? I felt n. ?narkeel luiiirovvnirut In my
-litten, of (or InUluif tbrve) bottle? I am ?1
t-oiitlrely well. 1 fceltbat I owomy llfo
nnd lii'iellU to tUti wouilei nil remedy,and will
continu?lo t., ko en me uni II nil Hi Kin) of I lu.
dl-.eui ?liiivodlwipiicarcda?! um u ili-ni bolle?. -
er I n tlila remedy a ml ?van Mo Kl v? tlila tustl
uioulul l'or tin? launuilt of ill mankind,
! Burned, Wm, I'oHor, EvmiibvIIIo, Ind.
We absolutely guarantee nix bottle? to cur.i
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owi.ns & Minor; People's Drus
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Pharmacy, 1101 "Wont , Olay Street;
Northaltlo Pharmacy, northeast cor
ce?? Pifth and lluker Streets; Eaton
Pharmacy, corner Twonty-oighth' ami
N Streets; City I*tub Store, lilt Hint
Main Street; Blanke'? prescription
**>rug Store, ' coiner Randolph and
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Broad Street.
IMOMHH
BENCH MUST NOT
BE ATTACKED
Supreme Court Upholds Former
Judge Loving's Decision in
Bttrdctt Case.
SAYS CARD WAS GROSS LIBEL
Judge Keith, ill Able Opinion,
Scores Action of Plaintif..
Other Decisions.
Tho Supreme Court handed down a
baten of eighteen opinions yesterday, the
piost (InteresUng of which perhaps Is
that by Judge IColth and concurred in
by tho other judges, affirming tho Judg?
ment of the Circuit Court of Nelson
county In tho case of Burdett against
tho Commonwealth.
On October 30, I'M. tho County Court
of Kelson (Judge W. O? Loving) caused
a rulo to be Issued against J. M. Bur
dctt nnd M. J, Webb, to ?how cause
why they should not bo fined and Im?
prisoned for contempt of court.
On November 6th, Burdett answered and
demanded and asked that the caso be
determined by"a July. Tho demurrer nnd
motion wero overruled, and ?.urdott was
adjudged guilty of contompt and fined
WO and sentenced to ".en day? In JalL A
wTlt of error was obtained irom the Cir?
cuit Court, but tho Judgment of tho lower
court was affirmed, whereupon a writ
of eiTor was obtained from one of the
Supreme Court judges. t
Case Reviewed.
Burdett kept a drug .-dore at Covlngton
and twelve indictments wero returned
against him for selling liquor without
license. Ho pleaded guilty and was fined
$40 in on? ease and the cokIs in the other
cases,' amounting In all to $75.<i*L, which
amount was paid.
On October 30. 1903, an article appeared
In tho Nolobn County Times, signed by
Burdett, In (which he arraigned tho con?
duct of thelcounty judge in a "most se?
vere and ofi?nslvo mfeinner," . to use tho
language of Judgo Keith's opinion.
"Ho charges the judge," says tho opin?
ion, "with not only havln*r_ acted toward
himi In a harsh and arbitrary mnnnor,
but that his conduct was actuated by
vicious and corrupt motives."
Gross Libel.
"There, can, therefore, he no doubt,"
continues. Judgo Keith, "that the plain?
tiff In error was guilty or a gross and In?
sulting ?bol, nnd It remains ror us to
consider whether In the judgment ren?
dered by the.County Court, punishing the
act as a contempt, there was any error
of law for which it should bo reversed."
The opinion then takes up the con?
tentions of the plaintiff "that the term
of the court had ended when the publl-.
cation was made, and that tiie cases
against htm were ended and the fines
paid before tho alleged contempt was
committed," and reviews them at great
length. Case after case is cited and ex?
tracts are quoted to sustain tho conten?
tions set. out In the opinion that the
plaintiff was In contompt. and In con?
cluding tl?ls language is used:
On His Own Statement.
"Twelve Indictments wore found against
the plaintiff in error for selling intoxi?
cating liquors without a license. He
claims In his card that ho was innocent
"of tho charge. Ho ?aw fit to plead
guilty. He had the same opportunity
that Is afforded to any citizen to appear
before ?? the tribunals of his county and
to make his defense. Upon Ills trial'he
could have appeared In person or by at?
torney. Everything pertinent to the case
would have been given to tho jury and
to tho public. Instead of resorting to
this, means of vindicatllng hiss character
lie has chosen to plead guilty to the In?
dictments against him, and to resort for
his vindication to a defamatory criticism
of tho court, which rests upon his un?
supported statement.
"Upon the whole case, wo are of opin?
ion that tho judgment of tho Circuit
Court bo affirmed."
THE SUMMARY.
List of Supreme Court Cases Re?
cently Passed Upon.
' The following is a summary o? the
other opinions handed down and' of writs
of error granted and refused:
By Judgo Jainc3 Keith (president):
Burdett vs. Commonwealth. From tho
Circuit Court of Nelson county, Affirmed.
Gwlnner vs. "Michael, et als. From tho
Circuit Court of Augusta county. Affirm?
ed.
Hilton & Allen vs. Consumors' Can
Coinpnny. From the Circuit Court of
Bototourt county. Affirmed.
Sprlnkel vb. Rosenhelm & Son. From
tho Circuit Court of 'Rocklngham county,
l'teversed.
Andrews & Stone vs. Fidelity Loan and
Trust Company. From tho Circuit Court
of city of Roonoko. Reversed.
Virginia and . Southwestern Railway
Coinpnny vs. Bailey. From tho corpora?
tion Court of city of Bristol. Affirmed,
By Judgo R. H. Cnrdwell:
Cummins, et als, vs. Beavers. From
the Circuit Court of Tazowell county,
Alllrnied.
?Murray, etc., vs. RIohkard, et nls.
From tho Circuit Court o? Robklngham
oounty. Reversed,
Klnnoy, et als, vs. Cralg, et als. From
the Circuit Court of Augusta county.
Reversed.
By Judgo John A. Buchanan:
Hnno Brothers and Company vs.
Bauaornian. From tho Circuit Court of
Shenandoali county. Roversed.
?looro vs. Baltimore and Ohio Rail?
road Company. From tho Circuit Court
of Augusta county. Afllrniod,
Tho American Agricultural Chornlcul
Company vs. Kennedy & Crawford. From
the Circuit Court of, Augusta county. Af?
firmed.
Tost vs. Rnmey, et als. From the Cir?
cuit Court of Rocklnghani county. Af?
firmed'.
By Judgo fieorgo M, Harrison:
Kline vs. Kline's creditors. From tho
Circuit Court of Rocklngham county, -\f
?iruied. "*?
Trlplott vs. Fauver, etc. From tho Or?
teult Court of Augusta county. Affirmed.
Arey. etc., vs. Lindsay, eto From the
Circuit Court of Rocklngham oounty, Re?
versed'.
By Judgo Ht afford O. Whittle:
Williams, receiver, vs. Matthews. From
the Circuit Court of Rocklngham county,
Al?hmetl.
Allotnog. et nls, vs. Augusta National
Bank, et nls. From tho Clroult Court of
Rocklngham county, Affirmed.
Petitions for Writs of Error.
Cu'iui'bi-11 vs. Ulontelro. From the Cir?
cuit Court of f'ooohluncl county. Writ of
error nnd super.sedeas. Bond, ?100.
F_ h*t''B .administrator y**,, Chesapeake
and'-Ohio Railway Copipuny, From the
Clri-iilt Court of Bedford county. Writ
of? tirrur and supersedenH, No bond.
LabouraiKials, el ala, va. Choi>polear, at
A Distinct
Honor
Was paid to the Cabio Company
when the comml.i-doner.-i select?
ed for oxhlhltlon ( In the Vir?
ginia building, nt tho St. Louis
Exposition,
The New System
Conover Grand Piano
als. From tho Circuit Court of Rappa/
hannock: county. Appeal and supcrse
deas. Bond, $200.
Kloss vs. Commonwealth. From tho
Corporation Court of tho otly of Fred
erlcksburg*. Writ of error and superso
deas. Bond $200.
Winder vs. Nock ct o Is. From the Cir?
cuit Court of Northampton county. Ap?
peal and suporscdeas. Bond $100.
West vs. city of Newport Nows. From
the Corporaitlon Court of tho city of New?
port News. AVrlt or error and superso
deas. Bond $300.
/Foreman, for, vs. &c. Gorman Al
illanco Insuranco Association. From tho
Court of Law and Chanoory of tho city
of Norfolk- Writ of error and sup-orso
deas. Bond $150. '
Onoy,,&c, vs. West Buena Vista Land
Company, &o. From tho Circuit Court
of Rockbrtdgo county. Appeal and su
persedeas. Bond !"_>(".
Bryan vs. Augusta Perpetual Building
anjd Loan Company, From the Circuit
Count of Rockbridge county; Appeal.
Bond $2M.
Tuina vs, Co-oporatlvo Colonization As?
sociation. "Rip." From tho Circuit Court
of Hanover countyv Wr?t of error. Bond
$200.
Peter Hngan vs. city of Richmond, From
th? Circuit Court of oity of Richmond.
AVrlt of error and supersedoas, Bond I
$t>uo. .
Hands, trustee, ot al., vs. Stagg, cit als.
From the Chancery Court of city of
Richmond. Appeal and auporsedens. Bond
$500,
?Morrlmon vs. ('own, etc, From the Cir?
cuit Court of Olles county. Writ of er?
ror mal super-iodeut". Bond $2,i>CH>,
Frank Sons vs, Gump, From Uio Cor
porntlon Court of city of Bristol, WrJ?t of
error, Bond $-0t>.
Flliiott vs. Ashby, rec.olvor. From the
Corporation court of oily of Newport
News, Writ of error und supersedeas.
Bond $100,
.Blokes'*- administrator vs. Southern
Railway Company. From tho circuit
Court of ?Luncnburg county. Writ of er?
ror and suporscdeas. No bond,
Dunn, et uls., vs, Stowet- et als. From
tho Circuit Court qf Bland county. Ap?
peal and suporsodous. Bond $3Q0,
Newport Nows Publlsliiug Company vs.
Beaumolstor. From the Circuit Court of
city of Newport News. Writ of error and
auporsedoas. Bond $?,000,
ShulUc? ?t Wood vs. Walters & Ster?
ling. From tho Circuit Court of city of
Norfolk.. Writ of error ret'used.
City of Manchester vs. Btalo Corpora
tion Comin?s-lou ot ai'?. From tho Cir?
cuit Court of city of Richmond. Writ of
error refused.
Martin vs. Guylo, From tho Circuit
Count of -lolyle-Q coUnty. Appeal refused.
ifflllson vs. Turnur's administrator,.
iFroni the Circuit Court of Franklin
C?Unty, 'Appeal rofused,
OoinuK-nw-*ulth vs. Cole. From the Cor
poriition Court of city of Frudorlckstiun:.
Writ of error refused. ,*
MiieBreedoii et nl. vs. Ilunoy et als. From
tho Circuit Court of Grcetio county. Writ
of error rofusctl.
VaUKiniu & Uolt vs, Jones, sliciiii et
fu?, From the Clrcn**t Court of Nottoway
county. Writ of error refufled.
Harbour & Co?, vs. RalelRh Coal nnd
Coke Co. From the Circuit Court of city
of Ijynchburg. Appeal rafuKcd.
Sowlhern Railway Co. vs. Adam.??. From
tire Circuit Court of Prince William coun?
ty. Writ, of error refused..
Mutual Protec-tlvo Association va.
Marytv auditor, etc. Petition for man?
damus refused.
Deer Hunters.
(f-p?cinl to The TlmeR-DInralch.)
SCOTtHVIblyE, VA., Nov. ?si.?Several
members of llie Green Mountain Hunt
Club have returned from Bucklngliarn. Up
to .Saturday they hnd killed seven tlecr.
NOTICE.
Manchester Taxes,
I am now ready to receive tho Inst hal"
of tho CITY, SCUOOIj and SEWER TAX
for 1004, also tho STATT* TAXES for
that year. Thso wh liavo paid the first
"lalf of tho city taxes, July 1st, should
pny the ln.it half by December 1st, to
avoid 6 per cent, penalty on that half,
and those who have paid nono enn aavo
6 per cent, penalty on the last half by
paying the whole by Docomber 1st. There
will bo added 5 per cent, to all taxes.
State, City, School and Sower, unpaid
after December Int. '1
j. w rmoNAUOH. jr..
Treasurer City of Manchester.
TAX NOTICE
J. C. Gllllam, treasurer, will bo at Jones
& Clemonts' Store, Swnnsboro, on 22d? 23d
and 24th of November to collect taxes for
Chestcrllold county for year 1004, On the"
1st of Decembor. 5 per cent, penalty will
bo added to oil bills not paid,
Ofllco of Tho Mayor, Tho City Hall,
Richmond. Va,, Nov. 22, ISO?.
HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR
of the Commonwealth of Virginia, hav?
ing made proclamation of THURSDAY,
November 24, li)04, ns a day of Thankn
glving*, business will bo suspended In
all departments of tho City Government
on that day.
Heads of Departments will determine
what work must of necessity bo done In
their sevoral department?-, and all other
work will ceaao for the elay.
OAivLTON M'CARTHY, Mayor.
Nov22-3t . -,
Old Dominion Steamship Co.,
Richmond, Va.
CUySED ra*U*P*-*DA.Y, NOVEMBER
24th.?Tho freight warehouses of e,?ela
company will .bo closed on Thursday,
November 24th (THANKSGIVING D.>Y).
No froliiht will ho received,* and only
PERISHABJ-.i'. FREIGHT will bo deliv?
ered from S to 10 o'clock A. M.
JOHN IT. "MAiTER, Agent.
STOP THAT G0USH
before It's too late by taking DR. DA?
VID'S COUGH SYRUP of Pure Pine
Tar, HorehQifnd, Wild Cherry, eto.
Nothing better for '? Coughs, Colds,
Croup, Consumption and all Throat
and Lung ? Troubles. Thousands of
Richmond peoplo can tell you of Its
virtues. The genuine Is sold In large
bottles for
25c Everywhere.
Your Range, Ieatrobo or-Fur?
nace Need Attention?
We Attend All Orders
Promptly.
Quick Service. Prices Right.
MORGAN R. WILLS,
809 E. FRANKLIN ST.
PHONE. 1110
Po tfou ??dmxra |
?Jeautiful
Jewels?
We have a comprehensiva
stock and will bo glad to
have you Bee them, whether
seeing is preliminary to buy?
ing or not.
A few of those extra fiae
white and perfect Soltairo
Diamond Jlings at 1*75 to
$100 remain. There will ba
no more as fine for tha
prlco.
C, Aumsden & Son,
i 1S.1 Main Street.
I I
?t+emm e? ? ? ? -P > J
God Liver Oil.
ALMOST TASTELESS.
Everything Needed for
the Sick.
..ROBINS..
200 East Marshall.
fc?S
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
FAHMS, aill/liH, KTO., FOU SA~hl".
CATALOG UK -"R"**".
ai??. E, CRAWFORD & OO.,
t>i>3 Ja. 'Main street.
AUCTION SALES?This Day.
By Edward S. Rose Comp-iny.
Real Kstato Auot'on-i-r--,
AUCTION BALE
OF
FRAME DWELLING,
No. 13 East Canal Street.
At the request of the parties in Intori
est, we will sell by auotlon, upon th?
premises, on
THURSDAY, THR 24TIT. DAV OF
SEPTE-MBTR, I90-J.
at 4 o'clock P. M., the property located
as above. The lot has a front of 2G ..fit
on tho souKh lino of Canal Street, by i\
depth of Kit feet. Owing to the conven*
lent location of the property, you will find
it to bo a ready rent gotter.
TERMS: Easy and announced at sale.
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY,
_ ._Auctioneers. ',.
AUCTION SAL?sTFuture Day?
?""."?.".?*.'?? ?.??- ->
By It. B. Chnflln & Co., Inc.,
Real Estate Auctloners.
T RUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
1 OF DESIRABLE
WEST MAIN STREET PROPERTY.
Acting under a deed of trust from G.
Powell Hill, Trustee, etc., dated Decern
bor ,8d. 1807, recorded In the clerk's office?
of Richmond Chancery Court, In D. B. 161
C, page 8(10, default having been made In j
the payment of certain, moneys therein
secured, and being so required by the
beneficiary In said deed, I wl(t sell by
public auction, on tho premises, on
FRIDAY. DECEAD.1ER 2, 10OI at 4 P. M*.
tho real estate described In said deed as
follows: "tfltuated on the north sido of
Main Street, commencing at the distance
of twenty-night (28) feet westward from
tho west side of Madison Street, and run?
ning thence westwnrdly and fronting on
said Main Street twenty-five (25) feet, and
running back northwardly from aald Main
Street within parallel lines one hundred
and one (101) feet, more or loss: being th?
same premises which Edward H. Brown.
Trustee, by deed dated the 11th day of
M?y. A. D. 1S93, and recorded In th? ?
clerk's office of tho Court of.Chancery for..
tho said city of Richmond. In Deed Book .
148 A, page 490, granted and convoyed unto ,
tho said G. Powell H1U, Trustee, for
Marlanna Hill, his wife, a? In th? said .
deed recited."
TBR?MS?Cash as to expenses of execut?
ing this trust, to pay a debt of 12,412.63.
with interest from September 2, 1904, and
any taxes, assessments and Insurance du?,
and the balance at ono year with six
per cent. Interest; or cash, at the option
of tho purchaser. RO. STILES,
Solo Acting Trust??.
By A. X Cltavmlng Company,
Real Estate Auctlonoers.
COURT 8ALE OF NO. 400 CABK__
STREET, FRONTING TWENT-i
FEET ON NORTH SIDE OF CABELL
STREET, BETWEEN TYLER AND
HICKORY STREETS, BY A DEPTH OH*
SIXTY-FOUR FEET NINE INCHES?.
By virtue of k deoreo of tho Richmonti:
Chanoory Court, entered November Ret,
1904, In tho suit of (Mildred C. Johnson vs.
Lucy Carter's Admr., etc., ,wo will soil toy;
auotlon, upon the premises, on
. TUESDAY, (NOVEMBER 29. 1904.
.at 4:30 P. "M.. tho property above -??
scribed.
TERMS?One-third cash, balance, at a
and 12 months for notas, in-toreat added,
and title reUlnod by tho court until alt,
purchase price la paid and a conveyance
ordered by the court; or all bash, ,at the
option of tho purchaser.
SOL CUTCHINS,
GEO. ' W. LEWIS,
I Special Commissioners.
The bond required by the above dewee
of Special Comnrnilsslonors has been duly
given.
CHAS. O. SAVTLLE, Clerk.
Nav24-td_
J. D. Carneal & Son, ?
i Real 'Esta ta Auctioneers,
No. 1106 E, Main Street... ?
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ''
OF THAT ?
ELEGANT. ?MODERN, TWO-STORY
DETACHED BRICK DWELLING,
No. 102 West Clay Street.
By request, we will on
TUESDAY, NOVEM't-BR 20, 1904,
at . o'clock P. .At., on the premises,' offer
for sale the above described flrst-clas?
property. Tho Dwelling Is In ' thoroug.l?
order and la well ..built. It has nine rooms, '
with every convenience to make it up-to
date. The lot has a frontage of 27 feet
and _ Inches by about 140 feet to an -Hoy.'
It Is a raro thing that such property can,,
bo found on the market for sale.. The.
location oan't be surpassed for conven?
ience and desirability. This 4s a flr?t
cloas homo or -will make a good ranter.
TERMS?Easy and will 'be onnounoed ?t
sale. :
Nov 24-5t_ ^_-,
G?o. W. Mhyo, An-sUon??***,
AD>n-fISTRATnE_ SALE.
As administratrix of tho estate of Clara
E, Morlero, I will sell at public auction,
at 1WB *>\est Gary _.reet,
?WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER BOTH,
commencing at 10:30 o'clock A. M., all th?
household effects of the above mentioned
party, consisting of 6 Mahogany Dining-,
room Chairs, 1 7-plece Parlor Sutt, Parlor
Cabinet Organ, largo number of Picture?,
and Easels, lot of Carpets, Rugs and Mat?
tings, a Antique Voseo, Brass-Trimmed
Fonder, Lace Curtains, lot of Silverware,
China and Glassware, Kitchen Presa; EX- '.
tension Tables (Walnut), Cook Stove and
Utensils, Kltohon Safes, number of
Kitchen Chairs, 3 very Fine Walnut Bed?
room Suits, Now Hom? Sewing Maohtn?.
Hall Lamp, etc.. etc .
Sale postlve. Terms cash.
Miss I. FLORENCE HOW_I_C?.
Administratrix.
Get?. W. (Mayo, Auctioneer.
Nov_4,27.30-St
.- 'i - ?
By Pollard & Batfby,
Real Estate Auction?**-?.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION BAldO <,
OF
HOUSE AND LOT,
No. 932 St. Peter Strf
In execution of a deed of trust, date_
July 8, 1895. and recorded In Richmond
Chancery Court D. B? 155 A, pago M, ?
will sell by auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1904.
nt 4:30 P. M? the above-mentioned bouse
and lot. Lot 17 1-2x100 feet.
TERMS: Cash.
JOHN BAGBY-, Trustee.
1
EXTRA
Foot-Ball News.
Hunter Stationery not In LINE
early to GUARD against a apeala!
RUSH durlno the Christmas season.
People who came In here expect?
ing to hayo to pay high prices were
disappointed, Some got a QUAR?
TER BACK of what they exp-tcted
to pay, others got HALF BACK.
Thsy are now onthualastlg ROOT?
ERS for us.
DROP In when you can. We are
oleo prepared to TACKLE anything
In engraving.
HUNTER ? CO.,
rnwrii
No. 629 E. Pr-od St.,
RICHMOND, VA.

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