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TJIE 310nNIN& TIMES, FlilDA-Y, OCTOBER IS, 1895.
PAItKFJt, BRIDGET CO.,
Clothiers, !13 7m bt
Did it ever
occur to you
that we work
for you are
really e m -ployed
3'ou? Y o it
hire us, and
our profit is our
we don't serve
and we get no salary irom
The less proiit we
the more people we
The-more people we
the more salary we
It is to our advantage
to sell lowest,
want to employ
serve you well!
worked hard in anticipation
of being employed bj' many
of j-ou this season b' father
ing probably not the big
gest 'but most assuredly the
choicest and most reasouabl
priced stock ever brought to
3 1 5 Seventh Street.
Insure Your Wheel
Against accident or
theft. The cost $6 a
year cheap enough.
The benefits repairs
arc made free of charge
at shops all over the
city and expert men
do the work. The con
venience is unlimited.
Write, call or 'phone (1503) for
GEO. B. HARLESTON,
General Agent To. Mutual
Bicyclo Insurance Ca,
1335 F Street.
ncme Office, 1!1 3 Arch st, rnlladclphla.
They lire the li.-in.!someit tho light-
est the speediest the most durablo
. Uicrclea in America.
n Arunlnilio country these crisp
- - morr.Iugs is clorious, II your mount la
a. Crescent." Price, J10 to S33.
Western Wheel Works,
n. S JOXKS, Jr., Manager.
Washlncton Branch, Cor. 9th &Hsts-
COLUMBIA'S BIG CARNIVAL
Pres3 Committee Has Its First
Meeting and Discusses Details.
Sub-coiuniltti'O Appointed to Male
Plan, mill K-illniiilUh for tlio Publi
cation of a Dully l'npor.
rrcparallons for the Columbia Atnlelic
Club's big carnival to be held during the
first uvo weeks in Decunber'nre rapidly.
takins shape, i
Meetings of several of the committees
have alreaily been held and the work 08
klgncd lo them mapped out. List ecninc
the prcHi commfttee held its first meeting
nt the club house. There was a gratlfy
incjly large attendance, and the things
wliiMi came within its province were dis
cussed In a preliminary maimer and an
Those present were: Mr. Illbbs, Mr.
Hudoipli Kauffraan, Dr. rrank T. Howe,
Mr- Clusky Cromwell, Mr. J. E. Jones,
Mr. II. L. 'West, Mr. Howard I'erry, Mr.
Jay Durham, Mr. Frank P. Morgan and.
Mr. C. E. Klocber.
Those members who were not present
sent assurances of hearty support and
altogether the press committee manifested
the same Interest in the big carnival's suc
cess as has characterized the other bodies
which hne it in charge.
.After discussing various details in con
nection with the carnival paper, which will
be pulilislied dally during the ten dajs of
the affair, a committee consisting of Dr.
Howe, Mr. West, Mr. Ilibbs, Mr. Durham
and Mr. Emory Poster, was appointed
to submit a plan of publication and"&ccure
estimates on the cost of printing. This
committee will report on Thursday it,
wlilcli will bo the regular meeting day
of the press committee.
The club feels elated over the Interest
which is being displaed in the carnival
on all sides and that It will be a success
in in cry particular is dow practically as
sured. DKSI'EUATE PIITZE TIGHT.
Tom JlcKnirf nud IJuxh Alurpuy Slug
Chester, Pa.. Oct. 17. A desperate glove
fight occurred last night near Marcus Hook.
The principals were Tom McKnlff, of this
city, and Hugh Murpby, of South Cheater,
The fight ended in a victory for McKnlff
after twenty-nine hard fought rounds.
After the tweirth round the men discarded
all science, and it was a terrific slugging
match until the finish, there being fourteen
Just as Murphy was counted out lie
staggered to his feet and wanted to con
tinue the battle. The contest was for $D0
a side and was witnessed by 100 people.
AMERICAX UNION" CYCLIST.
Colored AA'licelnien Eager to Form
The colored bicycle riders of Washing
ton are becoming enthusiastic over the
project of forming an organization 'o bo
known as the American Union Cyclist,
which will correspond to the League ot
American Wheelmen. Tor the furtherance
of plans a meeting of all local colored
cyclists will beheld next Sundayatteruoon
at the homo ot Mr. Clarence Gray, No. 022
C street northwest.
There Is already a Western branch
formed, and tills is the inaugural step !n
the formation or an Easfern branch that
will consolidate with the other. It is
hoped to eventually make this the perma
nent headquarters of the association, that
will number thousands ot riders on Us
COUTT UNDER ARREST
Charged with Intending to Com
mit Breach of the Peace.
WILL KEFUSE TO GIVE BOND
After He In Sent to, Till! Counsel AVIU
Apply r,,r Writ of Ilnbeits; Ccrpns.
IT Oriuitiil, There Is Xo PoworSine
'Phut ot tlio l.cgMut uro to Stop
Hot Springs, Ark.,Oct. 17. A line of action
seems to have been agreed upon in the
Corbctl-Pitzsinimoiis matter. This after
noon ProiecutiPg Attorney Tongue had a
warrant issued for the arrest of James J.
Corbett on a charge OT conspiring to commit
a breach of the peace, by entering into an
agretment to do bodily harm to one IJob-rt
The warrant was placed in the hands of
Sheriff Hon pi about 2:30 o'clock and that
official went to Spring Lake, Corbctt's
headquarter, In serve the papers and bring
Corliett before Justice of the Peace W. A.
COUUETT TO GIVE BONDS.
The sheriff sjceecdi-1 in reaching Spring
Lake and in serving the warrant, but as he
arrived there at a late hour It was d-eided
that Cotbett should gve bond for his ap
pearance in court to morrow morning.
It is understood that Justice Kirk will
place Coibell under bonds to keip the
peace, the sum lo be JIO.OOO. This bond
Corbett will Cecline to gnc, when ho will
be incarcerated in thtGarland comity Jail.
His attorneys will then apply to Chancery
Judge Leland Leatheriuaii for a writ of
In the event the writ is granti d, CorK'tt
will be liberated and the officials who are
opposing the bringing off of Hie contest
n ill be at their ropes end so far as the law
isconcemed. A wrltof habeas corpus can
not be suspended in this State except by
the General Assembly while Jn regular ses
sion, andlt is the consensus of legal opinion
that neither the Goernor, nor the county,
State or Judicial officer can interfere
further with the proposed glove contest.
DOUBTS ABOUT EITZSIMMONS.
Some doubt is being experienced as to
the intention of Filzsimmons, even if there
turns out to be no legal liar against the
proposed meeting. The friends of Cor
lutt are not at all sanguine that, Filz
simmons will agree to go into the ring
under the rovised articles of agreement
which proMdc for a twtnty-rivc round
glove contest. Instead of a finish fight.
I'ltzsirnmons has once before refused to
meet Corliett under the same terms, and
it is feared that he will not do so now.
A postponement of tile time for the con
test is being dl-cussed. Nothing lias been
decided as yet. 'If postponed, it will
probably lie to November 1 ".
HASN'T CILVNGE1) HIS MIND.
Gov. CIurLe Will Do All He Can to
Stop the PlKlit.
not Springs, Ark., Oct. 17. Gov. Clarke
took his diparture for Little Pock this
morning, being accompanied as far as Mal
vern by a United Tress correspondent
from this city. The governor talked
freely rekitivo to the present aspect of
affairs here regarding the Corbett-ritz-simmons
contest. He waB asked whether
or not the press dl-pattiies ot this morning
correctly represented his position. He
replied that he was not responsible for the
reports, and that lie had found nothing
during his visit to the Springs to cause him
to change his mind about the contemplated
"Is it a fact, governor, that you have
promised the citizens' committee that you
would let the local authorities cope with
thematter, and that under no circumstances
would you call out the militia of the State
to suppress the fight if the Florida .Ath
letic Club insisted on going on with it?"
HIS VIEWS UNCHANGED.
"There Is no f oundat Ion f o r such rumors,"
replied the Governor. "The dispatches
that havu appeared in the press of this
mornlngattrilmttngthcse promises tomcare
incorrect. I made no such assertions,
cither privately or publicly, and I regret
very much that they have been allowed
to appear In print."
A'Havc your views In regard to the con
test been modified In any way?"
"They have not. I came over to Hot
Springs to see it there were not some com
mon ground that we could find to stand
upon, but after thoroughly investigating
the matter I could find none whateer.
I entertain exactly the same views that I
did prior to my visit, and cannot sec how
I can permit anything savoring ot a prize
fight to lie pulled off on Arkansas terri
tory. I would like to help the citizens of
Hot Springs In anything that would be a
benefit to them, b.it there is nothing about
a prize fight that would accrue to the
benefit of any community."
"Did you promise the citizens' committee
that in any event you would not call upon
the.Slatc militia to invade Garland county
for the purpose ot suppressing the fight?"
"I made no such promise oranythlnglikc
that. The fact Is that the military of
the State are now holding themselves in
readiness to resiiond to a call from me at
any time. lam engaged in marshalhngmy
forces for any contingency that may arise."
KNOWS FIVE OUNCE GLOVES.
"It is generally understood and so re
ported upon the streets and In tlio hotel
lobbies, that? the citizens' committee con
vinced you that there was a vast differ
ence between a prize fight and the contest
that Is now proposed to bo brought off
under the reUsed articles of agreement
entered into by the Florida Athletic Club
and the lackers of Corbett. Is such the
"That Is not the fact. The committee
tried to so impress me but failed to do so.
They showed me the revised articles of
agreeraeut which were all right. They
also gnc me the five ounce gloes lo. look
at- At first glance no one who is not
postal on these matters would think for
a moment that the men could pesslblyhurt
each oilier with them, but I happen to
know that they were five ounce gloves that
Corbett and Sullivan fought with and that
a majority ot Hie prize fights of the present
day are fought with them.
"Mr. Arlin, or some oncelse In thecommit
teeroom.admiUedthat these wercthegloves
that Corbett and Fitzsimmons were to fight
lo a finish with on the 31st of October, It
they were not prevented from doing so.
Under the circumstances I could see no
distinction between a prize fight to a finish
and a glove contest for twenty-five rounds.
Every one knows that this fight will not
last through twenty-five rounds, that either
Corliett would whipFitzsinimonsinless than
twenty-five rounds, or Fitzsfmmons would
whip Corbett. Taking this view of the
matter I could not see the difference.
FITZ nAS NOTHING TO GAIN.
"I see by the dispatches this morning that
Fitzsimmons declares he will not go into
a limited round contest with Corbett. He
refused to do so once before and the prob
abilities arc that such a contest could not be
pulled off were I to consent, ritzsimmons
has nothing to gain by meeting Corbett in
a contest where there is n doubt of gain
ing a decision."
The governor talked pleasantly but
firmly and the impression he left was that
The Best . - J
in the land! J
Though, avc cut on prices, we do notcij: on
qualities. Goods delivered anywhere in tile city.
New York's Burbank Potatoes, per bus " 50c
10 Bars Laundry Soap ," 25c
Best Cod Fish 5c
301b. BucketJelly 75c
8 lbs. New Rolled Oats 25c
Macaroni, per lb . 7c
Parlor Matches, per dozen 10c
Oyster Crackers, per lb " 4c
4lbs. Lard 25c
Head Rice 5c
5-Ib. bucket Best Jelly ' 30c
lO-lb. bucket Best Jelly 50c
Ginger Snaps, perlb .' 5c
Corn Starch, per lb. 7c
Homemade Catsup, per bottle " 15c
Best Elgin Butter 28c
Best Butterine, perlb 15c
Hillside Whisky, 6yrs. old, per gal S3.50
Old Family Whisky, per gal 2.50
Good Rye, per gal -., 1.50
Very Choice Gin, per gal 1.50
Catawba Wine, per gal 75c
Old Dock Port, per gal 1.00
Very Old Sherry, per gal ' 1.20
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits of all kinds.
T. H. PICKFORD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fine Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
924 Louisiana Avenue.
he meant every word he said and that
nnles something intervenes to prevent him
from so doing he will declare martial law.
lie paid Judge Duffie a high compliment,
"He stood like an old- Roman In the cora
raitteo room and would not consent that
the proposed contest should go on, re
fusing to jitld or to withdraw a word or
syllable from the O-mand made upon the
governor to save Cirland county from the
disgrace That is proposed to tie put upon it
by having a prize fight within its borders."
The governor stated that his office was
crowded from morning until night with
visitors from all section-, of the State who
were pleatllng with him to stop the in
tended fight. Letters, resolutions and pe
titions were stacking up high, coming to
him by every mail, and nil were ot one
tenor opposition to the fight. The great
majority of his constituents, he declared,
were bitterly opposed to allowing Corliett
and Fitzsimmons or anjbody else to bring
off a glote cinlest or nrlze fight any
where in the State.
Not Going to lint .sprint;. Wit bout
Guarantee. Awilnt Trouble.
Corpus Christl, Oct. 17. Fitzsimmons.
did not appear to be concerned lo .lay over
the report that Gov. Clarke Intended to
have Iiln arrested on his arrival at Hot
Springs. lie said be did not intend to
violate the law and had nothing to fear.
When asked when ho expected to leave
for Hot Springs hesaid hedld nothavcthc
least Idea, that his guarantee ot protection
had not been glen and he was not going
to hae trouble.
Columbia Club ".moLecs."
The amusement committee of the Colum
bia Athletic Club lias decided lo give
"smokers" In Hie big gymnasium ot the
club each Saturday evening until December
1, beginning with to-morrow night.
For tlio Initial eent an unusually at
tractive programme has been arranged.
club and carnival committees only.
Clmiiiiiloiislilj) I'ool Tourney.
Bernard Hardlrg last night, again de
feated Ida opponent, "William Nash, the
champion ot Trenton, N. J., in the pool
tournament, by a score of 100 to 77.
Last night's play was the fourth of the
series, and a large crowd "was present.
There will be another game at the parlors
of the West End Billiard Club, No. IL'51
Thirty-second street, to-night.
QUHKN'ISAIIKI. TO C.VMl'OS.
Tlio Exiled Aronurcli llopen for tile
Subduing of Culm.
Havana, Cuba, 0c?. 13, via Tampa, Fla.,
Oct. 17. The Trans-Atlantic steamer Fio
IX., lias sailed for Cuba, flic takes two
armed launches, the Baracoa and AI
mendarcs, which will be added to the
coast service of Cuba.
The iron clad Princess He Asturias will
be launched at Cadiz, February 10.
Queen Isabel II., now in Paris, has, sent
thefollowlng cablegram to General Martinez
Campos, In reply to a cablegram sent her
on her birthday: "More than ever I thank
you for jour kind congratulations. 1'ou
know that my heart accompanies jou. 1
ask God to protect jou and gle jnu vic
tory. Ever jour sincere and grateful
On the 30tli instant the Duke of Tama
mes sails for the isUnd. One report
says that he will take command of a regi
ment or volunteers; another is that the
above is a mere pretext, and that he conies
on an important political mission.
The Marmils of l'inarlel ltio lias given
a second ?3,000 to the sufferers by the
recent floods In the province of Pinar Del
Elo, or Western Cuba.
News from San Sebastian stales that as
the result of the conference between
the Queen Regent, Scnor Canovas Del
Castillo and the ministers of war, the
go eminent will take no further action,
pending the reception of the views of CapU
General Martinez Campos.
The London Times has publMIed an In
terview by one of its correspondents .with
Captain General Martinez Campos, in which
lie says the situation in Cuba is better.
He also said that to give autonomy to Cuba
and soie the economic problems were two
Will Take tlio Pasteur Treatment.
New Tork, Oct. 17. Charles Andrews,
five years old, of Jackson, Ga., who was
bJtten by a-pct dog at his home on Sunday,
Octobcrl-1, wasbroughtto Pastcurlnstitute
to take the preventivb treatment for hydro
phobia. The boy lias two slight wound3
on his left cheek, but they are Dot con
Baby McKee Is Better.
Saratoga, N. ST., Oct. 17. "Baby" lie
Kcc, the grandson ot es-Preeldent narri
son, who is suffering from a mild attack
of scarlet fever, Is reported to be some
what Improved to night, and no serious
results arc anticipated, Mr. Harrison
still remains in quarantine at tho McKee
house, but can leave at any time if neces
sity requires it.
THEIR FACES BLACKENED
Fine Miustrel Show Given by Car
roll Institute Talent.
Tliu lilt of the Evening ffai, t be "AVcd
din:r of tlio Lily and tlio
The management and members of the
Carroll institute have every reason to be
proud of the versatile talent in the ranks
of that popular organization, and which
was made manifest last night at the cozy
Iuitltutellalllntheformof b minstrel show.
Encouraged by the prescnc-jlof a house
packed to the doors up anil d"')wn stairs,
the members of the company prescsted
one of the best amateur mins'frel shows
ever given in this city. f
Not only is the organization strong in
musical lines, but it has talent that is far
above the ordinary in comedy and bur
lesque flights. It was a well-balanced show,
aud the programme, a well arranged one,
was run olf smoothly and evidently cn-joj-ed
by the audience, for the applai:;'
was hearty and almost continuous.
To George T. Cos, the president and
manager of the company, credit is due for
the splendid performance. He worked
early and late in the interest ot the pro
duction. No small measure of praise is
due Percy F. Leach, who as stage director,
Willi his assistants, Locraft and Downej',
brought off the smooth performance.
The programme was opened with a se
lection by the Institute Orchestra, under
Ben Judson, its director, and then came the
eaemble opening ot the show proper, in
which the entire company in Mack face
took part. The jolly P lilfE. Baer was inter-
Lloculor, with Leach and Cullloon, bones, and
O'Connor and Judson, tanibos, and with
ttieir assistance ttie several numbers wero
GeorgeCossanga ballad Ingood volccand
earned an encore. "I'll beTruc, My Honey
Boy," by the inimitable George O'Connor,
brought down the house. lie grows more
and more popular each day.
L. E. Kaiser sang "My Pretty Irish
Maid," and then Percy Leach had his
inning with thestoryotatimid country maid
in town, in the song, "Oh, Uncle John."
After a bass solo by Charles Moore, the
Irrepressible 'Will CulUson, sang a comic
song, Phil Baer rendered a tenor EOlo, in
good voice and Ben Judson rendered his
own arrangemtntof -Little JohnuleFraser"
in liis usual good style.
The second part was opened by Prof.
Maurice Joyce with a p!endid acrotiatlc
act, entitled "Silenco and Fun." Master
Arthur Plant, a C. A. C. Junior, gave an
artistic exhibition ot club swinging, and
the Dixie Quartet, composed ot Cox, Pas
ton, Minetrel, and Tyler, rendered several
classic, selections in excellent mannc?.
Undoubtedly the "hit" of the evening
was the song and dance entitled "Wedding
of the Lily and the Koe," by Leach, O'Con
nor, MeCnrthy, and Jasjicr, as colored
mashers and their sweethearts in bewitih
After a few minutes wilh Bobbie Bruce
in monologue JueUou aud Murray fau'iui
instrumental duet and then'came the bur
lesque, "The Whirr of the 'Wheels," trans
lated from the'Euglisli by George O'Connor.
The cast Included Sully, Eacri O'Connor,
McCarthj-, Lcadi, Culllsonand'Judson. It
was a, happy mixture of tragedy, comedy,
farce and opera, and the parts were well
enacted and sent the audience homo in rare
So great was the demand tor a repetition
ot the excellent show, that It) is possible
Itmay havea second presentation.
ACCO UNTING OHJ ECTED TO.
Heirs-ntLaw ot William Tle'tcIierFilo
Miss Katie C. Fletcher and Mr. Charles
P. Fletcher, elilldren anil heirs at-law of
the lato William Fletcher, n well-known
contractor, yesterday filed with the regis
ter or wills objections to the accounting
of their fattcr's estate made by Annie C.
The objections averred thai Mrs. McCart J
ney had drawn from the National Metro
politan Bank- S2,.tl-1.09, while in the ac
counting she stated that only $1,218.03
the item of "cash received from suit in
Court ot Claims, $1,420.03," an error
has been made, and that instead she should
have received S2.130.0G, but by her own
act she disbursed $1,065.18 to nenry
She has also failed to charge herself with
$109.40, which, it is alleged, she should
Naval Orders Issued.
Naval orders have been Issued as fol
lows: - .
Commander .G. A. Converse to duty as In
spector of torpedo boats at the HcrrcEChoff
shipbuilding works, Bristol, R. I.
Lieut. Spencer S. Wood to'duty In con
nection with the torperfS boats.
TS well to think
it over you'll
find 3rou've been
such a suit for
business as that
$8.50 Sack of
ours. It's got
the wear in it
the style in it
I JL 3
I I F'l
the neatness in its appear
ance. Everything in its
favor price, too.
Cheviot, Cassimerc, or Vt'orMcd,
single or double breasted S8-50.
Heavier Weight Under
wear? We have it. Good,
warm, comfortable, snugly-
fitting Underwear for from
50 cts. to $5.00.
A lot of regular Si. SO nine Ribbed
Underwear for$1.0O each pltcc.
Loeb & Hirsh,
The Clothiers. Slilrtmakors. Outfitter!.
910-912 FSt N.W.
WHITE FRONT STORES.
ENTERED FOR THE RAGE
Mile Handicap in Glass B and Mile
Team Eace Declared Off.
Tboy Fniled lo Fill A raced Mllo
Muy He Tut on tlio Programme.
Nu Hies mid 1'rizes.
The entries for the meet of the Wash
ington Itoad Club, whleli will be held Satur
day afternoon on the track of the Columbia
Athletic Club, at Vn, NessTark, were as
large as were cxpecied in all of the events
but two. These ' ro, the mile handicap
in class B, and the mile team race, failed
to fill and were declared off.
A paced mile against the class B track
record of 2:10 may be put on the pro
:graiime, but there will be no other races
substituted, and should this fail to fill
there will be but six events. Those, with
the prizes and entries, are as follows:
First race, one mile novice; first prize,
gold medal, donated by the District Cycle
Conqiany Kntrles, C L. I'ctze, Washington
HoadClub; F. E.GhiselliQuecr Wheelman:
C. L. Burton, unattached; Howard Hoover,
C. A. C; A. M. Taylor, unattached; H. T.
Seamerk-, W. R.C.; W.L. Woodward, East
ern Cjclo Club.
Second race, quarter mile, open, class A;
first prize, set of harness, donated by Cook
& Jarboo; second prize, leather-covered
rocker, donated by J. Lansbjrgh;tbirdprlze,
bicycle floor pump, donated by Kahtcrn
Cycle Company Entries, C. K. Wood, W. It.
C; F. A. L. Schade, W. R. C; G.
H. Smith, W. It. C; W. T. Kolwrtsuo, W.
It. C; C. T. Clagett, unattached."
Third race, two-mile handicap. Class A
Tirst prize, gold watch, donated by J. Karr;
second prize, foot ball suit, donated by D.
N. Walford, third prize, pair of $5 skoes,
donated by Emerson Shoe Company; fourth
prize, 'cyclometer, donated by II. J. Jer.es.
Entries C. L. Petze, "W. K. C; E. L. Bur
ton, unattached; F. O. Thompson, AV. B. C;
A. M. Taylor, unattached; K. 11. Wheeler,
unattached, Howard A. Kbine, ActiveRoad
Club; Bayard T. Wrenn, Arlington Wheel
men; H. Z. Greer, W. It. C; George S.
Ball, W. 1C-C.; C. I. Rorsaiille, W. K. C;
G. E SmiUr, W. R. C; C. E. TVood, W. It.
C; and F. A. L. Schade. W. It. C.
Fourth race, one mile" open, class A
Tirst prize, lo be tclectcd; second prize,
banquet lamp, donated by the Enterprise
Cycle Company; third prize, rir gold cuff
buttons, donated by W. S. McArthur. En
tries: C. E. Wood, AV. K. C; Fred. A. L.
Schade, W. R. C; G. E. Smith". W. It. C.;
Bayard T. Wrenn, A. AW; W. T Robertson,
AW P.. C.
Fifth race, half mile handicap, class A
Firot prize, diamond, donated bj' C. L.
Palmer & Co.; tccond prize, pair of tires,
donated by Fred A. L. Schade; thud prize,
bicjele suit, donated by B. II. Stiiumctz
& Son, fourth prize, shaving mug, donated
by AW E. Edwards. Entries J. I. Egglcs
ton, W. R. C; C. L? Petze, AW It. C; T. E:
Gliiwlli, Q. AA; E. L. Burton, unattached; F.
O. Thompson, AW R. C; IS. II. AVheeler, un
attached, II. A. KhincKA. R.C.;B.T.AA"renn,
A.AW;II. Z. Greer, AA".R.C.;C.I.Ronsavil!e,
AW R. C; G. S. Ball, AA. K. C; G.E: 'Smith,
AW P.. C; C. E. AVood, AW R. C; and F. A:
L. Schade, AW R. C.
Sixth race, iiaced mile against Class A
track record. First prize, diamond stiddcd
cuff buttons, donated by R. Harris & Co.;
second prize, sweater, donated by Stine
metz & Son. 'The entries to this race are
unlimited and any Class A rider cau par
ticipate. To-dny'H Kntrh-M nt St. Asnpli.
Tirst Race Three-fourths mile. Four-vear-olds
and up. Selllnc.
Ind. Horse. AVt. Ind. Horse.
C47L.Kicnards.110 (51 4 Salisbury ..
r.12 AVcftover .. 110 '(.14 Trumpeter
010 Alva .. ..-..110 547 J. AVelier ..
Second Race Foar and one-half furlom
Three-vcar-olds and lip.
Ind. Horse. AVt. Ind. Horse.
5 1G Lucille 107 525 Ceremonv .
4BG PatKabbit..l07 471 Stanley M.
527 Hay Tay .. 1 10 Uoldspec.
Third Race Sevcn-eighllis mile,
year-olds and up. Selling.
Ind. Horse. AVt. Ind. Horse.
G16 Contest .. ..105 542 Psyche .. ,
532 Kimr l'aul..l(l5 5311 Adlourn ..
G04Sir Rae .. .105 539 U.of Glouee'rl05
010 Vespasian.. 105 012 Repetition.. .105
545 Devisee.... 105
Fourth Race Five-eighths mile. Three-year-olds
and up. Selling.
Ind. Horse AVt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
(507).To Jail .. .110 GlOPattie 102
(522)TrIbiite .. ..107 (531)Tanglefoot..l02
(5:;i)Clansman.. 107 Gt7 JessioTaral..l02
53U Grampian ..107
Fifth Race One mile. Tour-j-car olds
and up. Selling.
Ind. Horse. AVt. Ind. Horse. TTt
545 Lotion ..
, 100 533 I"e de Leon 97
.100 "(GlSjIIarry M. .. 97
..100 fil!) Hazel .. .. 97
. 97 539 Tioira . ... 9 7
599 Gallatin ,
rour and one-bait furlongs.
Three-year-old3 and tin. Sellins
Ind. Horse. AVt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
1G5 Dillon J. .. 110 375 Bones. Imp.. 107
Chlllon .. .. 110 514 Arundel 102
Gl9 Inuilrus .. .. 107 G13 Dorcas L....102
Refers to Alexander Island series.
Sixth race jletlared off and seeonddlvlded.
First Race AA'cstover, Luke Richards,
Second Race Lucille, Cercmonv.Hay Tay.
Third Race Contest. Vespasian, Devisee.
Fourth Race Jessie Taral, Jo Jap.Tattie.
Fifth Race Gallatin, Ponco de Leon,
Sixth Race Buslrus, D Ulon J., Im p. Bones.
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VALUE OF A WIFE'S AFFECTIONS.
Ex-Conjrressmnii Dunlinm Estimated
Them nt $50,000 and Got $15,000.
Chicago, Oct. 17. A Jury in Judge
Baker's court, yesterday, awarded ex
Congressman R.AWBunham. $15,000 dam
ages for the alienation of ins wife's affec
tions by Major E. L. Allj n.
The former Mrs. Dunham is now Mrs.
Allyn, the ex-Congressman having obtained
a divorce, after a fierce legal fight In
South' Dakota, and in this State. Mr.
Dunham asked $50,000, but the Jury cut
the amount down to the sum named.
MIRY GOOD ONES GOING
Prominent Stables Cast Their
Fortunes in with Eikton.
THEY DON'T MIND THREATS
Four FnAorltPH Itopald tlio Talent
Ycoterduy Three FlnUhcs AA'cre
Exciting Halcyon AVns Cut Loo-icr
and AVoii Nc-nry Lifted HrlKlitwood
Into the-Jloney Stvu V n Handily.
The threat made by the Virginia tracks to
rule oft any of tho horsemen who went
effect desired, as some of the most prom
inent stables will be shirped there to-day
and to-morrow. AVluie the measure taken
by the two tracks wasjsomewhatarbltrary
one they wire nevertheless nearer right
than would at first appear.
They havo stuck by the horsemen who
hae ben at the tracts all summer, and al
though they were forced to reduce the
purses they AVcrekept on running c cu when
they did soatanabsoluteloss. They knew
that If the tracks shut down it would mean
starvation for both men a nd horses and kept
on in the hope that things would improve.
The horsemen who are going away will
will have a chance to race for larger
purses than have been offered at the
across thc-rier tracks, but it looks cry
much like a case of "off with the old love
and on with the new." Among those who
will leave are AV. HoUar witli Mirage,
Itoller.Halcyon, Ircneand Bel wood. "Pop"
Grey with Con Lucy, Samaritan, Gorman,
Brons ton, Ninety-Seven and Humming Bird.
GOOD STAliLES GOING.
Ike Carson will go and will take licnja
min, Jarley and Craftsman. Johnny ityan
will take Manola, Carpenter, Jim Lamb
and Motile May. N. Hanson will lake
Frolicsome Lass and Dr. Itecd. Walcott,
AVcst Side, Pickaway, Murray and Tn-sey
Gardner, belonging to Illlly Beckett, win
go, and Dennett Iiarnes will go with Arda,
Sails and Mid Rose.
W. i'oung will also go, taking with him
Frank R. Harf, Forest, Urooklyn, Jack
AVynn and Delia M. Another prominent
stable that will leave will be that of Garth
and Cole, which includes Sonora, Harris,
Joycusc and Leonidas.
Several of the best jockeys will alo take
a chance and go to Eikton. Those who have
signified their intention are W. Morris,
AVashburn, Pierce, Alford, Hajcs, Grif
fin, Ncel, Narvaez and Andres.
The sport on the whole yesterday was
good, three of the events furnishing excit
ing flniihes. The talent had ti good day,
favorites winning four out, of the six.
races. The betting was brisk but not
quite as good as at St. Asaph on thcprcvlous
Halcyon was cut loose in the opening
event and won at the Juicy odds of 0 to I.
She lias been running over the top of her
horses in the past couple of races. Quecri
D'Or wassecoud.witti Frank Fuller third.
NEARY'S GOOD WORK.
The second eeut was a good belting race
witli Marguerite II a Might faorite over
Dr. Johnson The good Judgment of the
har.drcapiKM-s was shown by their finishing
in this order wilh Bella G. third.
The best finish ot theday was in the third
race between Bright wood and Bolivar.
Brlghtwood got away badly but Neary kept
hard at work on hini and when they swung
into the stretch was head aad bead wltn
Bolivar. These two had a hard drive
clear to the wire wLcre- Ncary lifted ids
mount in a winner by a no'e.
Joe Mack was, of course, the favorite In
the next race, going to the post an even
money chance. He would have won but
got pocketed at the head of the stretch and
did not finish in the money. Forest man
aged to do the trick after a fierce finish
with Irih Lass, a 10 to 1 shot.
After Foundling bail refused tLe Issue Siva
had the fifth race at his mercy and was a
prohibitive favorite at 1 to G. Juhet made
the running to tbeturnintothestretch, where
Siva went to the front and n on liaudily
by a length and a half.
The" closing race went to the favorite.
Brooklyn, who was quoted at 3 to 0, wLin
the betting closed.
Don n the Line.
Jockey Ncary's finish on Brlghtwood
was ot the first water. AA"ith the possible
exception ot Pe.tsy McDerniiitt it Is doubt
ful If there is another boy at the track
who would have won with the hore.
Dan Donnelly will make a change of base
and go to Eikton. He will be ery much
missed by theacross-the-riverraclng people.
spirits ot the sports and Im and his "dead
'una" wllllonsllngerin theirmemory.
The executive committee ot the Island
track held a meeting after the Inst race
to investigate the ride R. Brown gave on
Juliet. Thcydeeided that there was nothing
criminal in it and simply warned the boy
to be more careful and "ride out" in the
Jockey Manlove made his flrstuppearanee
in the saddle In fen months and made It a
The judge, took the precaution to give
Mr. Ncel instruction lo ride Tamilian- Hall
just as hard as he knew how from the drop
ot the flag until he passed under the wire.
The boy did so,"buttbe horse was not up to
a haril raccand did not have his spee-d with
liim at any stage ot the game.
CONVICTED OF AHSOX.
John AV. lirnwiii-r Found Guilty ot
Sottlm Ills IIouso on Fire).
John AA'. Brawncr, a white man about
forty five years of age, was convicted of
arson by a Jury In Judge Cox's e-ourt yes
terday afternoon. He was held for sen
tence. He formerly kept an oyster house at No.
331 M street southwest, and was ehargeil
with setting his place on fire .the 3d of
last December. AVhcn the firemen arrived
they found two ean3 ot gasoline or oil in
the cellar and discovered that oil had been
poured over the bed upstairs. The houso
was Hell insured, and Brawner Is' under
stood to havo alio expressed an enmity
for a colored neighbor named Reubcu
After bis arrestBrawner Jumped his bail
and was subsequently captured in Phila
delphia. He has a wife aud family.
That Name Plate
If it's the
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in the wheel
that bears it,
for a better
made. "Columbias" never
fail to get there.
At Columbia field tho best Instructor!
in the city teacb riding daily. "Guar,
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District Cycle Co,, "haSr"
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Days Remain in Which Ton
May Become a Patient
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$B A MONTH.
As You Know This Rate In
.cindes Remedies, Appli
ances, Oiiice Treatment And Care
All Who Begin Treatment
Before October 23 .Will
Be Treated Until
Cured at this
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You Will Ever Have of Bjiag Treated
By a Physician of Kationil
Hepotatian at Suca a
Dr. AA'altcr Wishes to Demonstrate His
Ability to Cure All Those Difficult
Cases that Hava Uafflcd the Skill of
Other Physicians. Hence This Ctraor.
Office hours from 10 a. m. lo 3 p. o
Sunday from 10. to 12.
Ail who cannot see the doctor durirer
the day time will have an opportunity
Saturday evcnlnc, October 10. On that
eveninc Dr. AValker wilt see all callers, be
Sinnhip at 5-4." p.m.
Dr. AValUer wishes to state that ho
does not civc remedies free or treat
charity patlenU. There are divpt-nsaries Tor
that purpoe. I)r AValLer wants all his
patients to fel tliat tby arc payinjr for
their treatment and are therefore en
tilled to hLs Ix-st sMll and most pains,
taking care. Do not call and take up
the doctor's time unless vou are iu earnest
in your wish to cet well.
Tbe r. for a montliV treatment scarcely
covers the cost, but the doctor is wlllinc
to cive his serices and to have hts
patients feel that they have a ilaim to hit
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u dull, languid feeling In etery parf
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If so, call and sec Dr. AValker.
any chronic disorder, such as
AmIuiiu, Itlii'umutNm, Cntrtrrli, llron-rliltl-,ny-pepIu,Kldr.eyI.tveraiid
Illudder Trouble. M and Hlood
IJIsenses or Any Oilier ObMlnato
If so, call and take, a month's treat
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HLs well known sanitarium at 1411
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Hotel, is open dailv for consultation and
treatment. Office hoars, lo a. m. to 5
p. m.: AA'cdccday and Saturday cvenimrs.
7 to 8; Sundays, lo to 1-.
All interviews and correspondence sa
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& Lots in 1
"OtterbonrnV Is situated directly
opposite iho nw hotel at tbevy
Chaso It is tho only suMItWoq
in tbis beautiful ami boalihtul
neciion uncontrolled by tbo Chery
Chise Co . and yet it H a part ot
tbo suburb of Chevy tba4a.
Otterbourna' is easily acccss!
tlo toibe city, cad tbe commuta
tion rata from any part of this city
will be G,'4. Troperty in tbi3 iec
tiou i enhancing rapidly, and In
less thin a year trill De worth
doublo what you pay for It Termi
T. 0. AHDERSOK & CO., 907 G St.
Heal Estalo and Eulne;s Eichange.
Ilesiilt-. ut Alexander Inland.
Weather clear. Tract fast
f1 First race Four and one-half furlonss.
)-) tctlUis. I'ureo, JliW. Tim n t taken.
Ind. Horss & Vi t. St Et. Fin. J'ck'y El
6C0 IIaIcron,10J. s IK 1 l1 Alford 6
Qu'nD'Or.tjSJiS Z 3'-ih Fnnim'olS
P. Fuller, 105.. 7 D 4 SU Bain M
S33 Hlli2ard.lt,.. 1 2U S. i Griffin 6
tsl Fr. Joan, 10!.. 6 6 5 & P. Jl'D'tS-5
ss Tni'yU'll,100t 4 6 6 Scot i
K9 . Queen, 102.. 3 t 7 T AndrewslO
LenalL.lOi... S 7 8 S malum 15
itarteood- Won driving
6i-t- Swoad raco. Srhlns- Foar and on--J-
half furlongs. I'ursu. S:0a Thne,0.5S.
Ind. Horso .t Wt. fct !i St Fix J-ck'r Bt
jto Jlarirrlte H.lOi. J iw Si It. JlnnfreS-J
(WJ) Dr Johnson, its S 4 11 2-ItBr"wn7-l
I5W) Bello 0, 10i.... .1 I'. 7 31, Andrews 4
VK7 Theresa. 10.:.... t; S 5 4 il'L'hlinJJ
Corolla.10-' 1 l'-Slr-t' P.McDVt 7
510 Ed.lio M, ICO .... 4 7 0 6 Miller IS
p-JImpll'nd'cr,f07 6 5 4 7 Clare IS
'035 FiUcet, IDS 7 C S S Xuary (
fctart toir. Won handily.
-r)-)Thlnl race. Selling. Scvon-elghttis of
0-4 amUc. l'urse. S:0X Time, lSX'W
Ind. Horso & Wt bt !i it Fin. J'cS'y. Bt
iSJ Brlshtwood.lOJ. 1 it 3 lb. Neary 6
ia Bobar, lu7 2 2t)j3L ss Orlnln 30
519 Iu5-tianKs,ICC 1 7 6 3 Clars i0
6.4 V. Klamalli, 109. 7 4 4 4 Afsub'n7.2
Ml Coluin&uMr.,Hvj6 -"H ll B "1
Gil Kolme. 105 3 ljj 21 6 Manlote 6
5SJ AndlewU, 105.. 4 5 7 7 Miller 50
6tii U. lcXulty,lU3) 5 8 0 8 Johnson S
Start good. Yi on driving:
""' Fouttli race. One-half mile. Tarse
O-S-3 $103. Time, tfciSJs.
InJ. Hono & Wt St U St. Pin. J-ck'y Bt
(61) Forest, 119 C 5 5 lh Yoan; i-Z
602 Irish Lass, 103. 7 2a lh 2H JJeary 10
134 HVy Warnn) 3 4 2Ji Cj Forg'tos 8
(5Jo) Joo Mack. UT. 1 3 4 4 AVasabrul
Wt image, 101... 2 It 3, 5 Clare J1
(610) .lHelenb't,2J4 7 7 G Cleason 33
602 Kclips;, Jr.llO 5 6 6 7 Keyes 8
ta Jcb. Ill 3 8 8 8 SC0K 1W
Start good. AVon driving,
rr 4 Fifm racat. Six aud one-fourth furioas.
04 Purse tUW. 'iimo, lrit.
Ind. Horso & Wt it J4 St Fin. Jct'y Bt
(517) Siva, ICO 2 H V- 1JH WburnI-
4314 JuIiot,97. 1 lh 2'5 Stt Brown S
460 Keform, 100 ... 4 4 4 SI Clr"e 90
613 P. Jackscn.W& 3 3 4 S?. 4 Altcnl 30
Start good. AVon handily.
IOC Sixth race. Scllinr. Six and one-hall
OiJ furlongi Torse, $100. Time, l.-SI)i.
Ind. Horso A Wt St H St. Fin. Jci'ja. Bt
GUI Brooklyn, 109.. 2 1 , IV is V9l1tfnS-S
US Avn, 10.' .... 1 iy S. S. V. JlcDt 10
lioller, 11J 3 S)S343' Alford 3
608 Drizzle, 102 ... 4 5 5 4 LohrnfnlJ
61'J La Frentis, 91. 5 4 4 5 Bala 59
Mart good. Won galloping:
ltcfers to St Asaph series.
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