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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 189.
THREE MYORIIES IN ERORT
Alexander Mand Talent Landed on a
Tris of Gtxi Things. '
JOCKEY MURPHY'S POOR RIDING
Julia L. "Was a Hot Oaoice in the Closing
Event, but Murphy Handled His Mount in
Slovenly Stylo and Lost the Sace by a
Neck The Day's Bosults.
Three favorites -won off the real yesterday
at the Alexander Island course, but the re
..unwg oveat "went to seeoad and third
loi e. Little Charlie, Ronald, and Benjtt
.3 wore all at odds and they had no trouble
.3 vr.nninjr. la the fourth race thoTheckla
y losed favorite, but Magnet -was played
I ; tuauv and tbe latter won easily, while the
Cl !? finished in the rack- The worst pioce
Ending seeu at the tra-ck in a lorn; time wis
t at of Murphy in the last race. He bad the
- int on Julia L., the 8 to 5 choice, and
c': r setting off well allowed the Held to shut
L- j.if at the first turn. Julia L. closed
rr 1 liv in the back Wretch, but again Mur
t Lv jrot in a pocket and eventually Julia L.
1" nibbed second, a seek behiad Wyoming,
How the Horses Ran.
X t Q r,nK race Five furlongs. Selling. Purse,
trtt.' SH. lime, ia)fc-
Jr.i Horetmtd ot 5t
6 1 Little ChrIie,W0 2
',J 1 Of Gk'8t49T,lO0S
- 1 MarktOone, 160..
- s exatiou itllj-.lM 1
A7i T.lweUvn. 10t.. 4
U, st. Pin. jMkeu.
IS It l Murphy.
AC & r Sn Johnson.
i W ZI0 Brown.
S 4 45 JioMunOn.
8t 5 & Parson.
i3l-t.trt. woueanuy. , ,,
Ei uing Uule Charlie, 1 to 2: Duke of Glouces
ter,? io2;Mark8Uu,S; VaxaOoa fiUv. 8. and
!! v, ellyn, IS.
rrAbeooudrace Slxfurloags. Selling. Puree,
1 ) J $1. lime, 1:17.
j. ' Hortxtwutwt St.
S'A' Ronald, 1. .... 1
: TeddGeg. MB.. S
(JS "VoeaUW.MB...-. 2
S2fl A Waconer. 108. 4
X Ht Fin. Joekee.
iti in it- jJuny.
2 8$ 2t JohHbon.
810 SIS 390 Neary.
4 4 4 Header.
Bi Uing-onald,l t4;TeddOeBg,S; ocallte,
12, and Alice Wagoner, SO
",-i Tbidraoe FoarfuriOBga Selling. Purse,
t)Ul fiao Time, 00.
7, J ll-rt fit trt gt ii JSt -. .
Benjamin, 102.. 1 1 U 1 Murphy.
tW Criterion,! ... 8 SS SUSS Neary.
Z M Fouht, 10144 2 8 Zi 85 Joutteon.
- Saliatrary, lOSfe 4 4 4 4 Prtoe.
iCKd etarc Wou caHojlg.
s -r.itched Maid ElMee.S8.
letting Benjamin, 8 u 10; Criterion, 4; Mollis
F. nny , 7. and Salisbury, 98.
X Fourth race. Fr furkmss. Two-year-
k3 oldtt. 1'unse, $i. 'ltwe, u:c
It ii Mortt f tet 5t
St ). jMfay.
54i Magaet.111 2
fii ' hurfCfOti. MO 8
ilibo Modri,107. 4
40 Tiela JIUy, 100 1
Miaiiiard. 100 S
1 is uyfcmwner.
2i 21 2' Keary-
4 4 S3 Itrowu.
8u Sb 410 Murpliy.
5 5 5 Parson.
uJi 'd start wou eaauy.
fvTat.'Jied SHuag, 101, and Monte Carlo, 107.
Bi-trtiwr ?Ufrnet, 2; Surgeon, : Uim Modred,
S; Xlieokla filly, 6 to 5, and 8pauiard, SO.
"43 Pifth race Six and one-half furlongs.
t)00 Selling. Putm, faSO. Ttate, 12S&.
InU. Iforte amt wt SL U St Fi. Jmeg,
LV) VVyoBug, Wt... 1
1L 1Uln Xur
rj7 KedSr.7 4
Z ,", Auuoreaa, 104 . . 6
SiO lara Bell, 104. S
Mj Battle Cry. 102.. S
5 321 Jiurphy.
S 2H lipown.
4 4 45 Joiiueon.
8 S 5 I'aTBOl.
6 6 6 Parker.
j: aU start. ou Mimj.
Scratched beoator, M, and Haniet, 1UJ.
BcUiug Wyoming, 6; JuUa L., 7 m 10: Bed
ttr 7; Aauorean, 4; Clara Bell, 10, and Battle
Card for To-day.
First race Five furlouge.
1,,,i,-t. Hare MY.
InSdr. HortL. VI
Ada Bine 105
rs'H Little Charlie. 105
Ij"5 Free PreuB.... Itfi
('Sir- blaader 105
&54 1'Hthway 105
S51 Headlight.... IDS
4) H-nle Beverly 10S
km juiaioe jwa
Second race Four aad one-half furlongs.
J,i ci Home. Wt Index. Hon.
"Dr. ohtteon.. 96 SS3 I'kwy....
SCJ Beeuer .... W 807 Brigfitweod..
Tnird race Five f uriougis.
f,u Motl TTt
i Hagrnnt HO
iii Lady Teadier. 90
4.C LmUyW 100
r. M.-adowK 85
S:? lom'y Broptay HO
S15 Lady Gay W
KK Black Child. 100
(549) Forest 100
548) Tioga W
I uurth race Seven f uriongR.
j Vr Mont. M't
Z'l Bevfeee 98
Z',.j Wyoming 198
,:" B Blackburn. 85
Judex. Uvrtt. Ft
088) Catechima . 109
SOS Bed Star. 301
I'if th race Four furiougfi.
It, ix Hortt. Wt
ndnc. JTr. Ft
(513) SouMge.. ...... 108
90S Monte Carle.. 108
-m .Toh ino
C M Bol&rieflUy 85 I
ojo iaa .. ......... oo
First race Free Prese; Eunice.
Sc-rtoud race Bessemer; IMckaway.
Tiird race M eadow; Tioca.
1 urth race Cateehistn; Belle Blackburn.
1 if til race Sotnage; Mf6 Volorig iilly.
Winalng Stables for September.
During the month of September the sum of
$1.233 was distributed in purses by the Old
D minion Joofcey Club at the Alexander
Isiaud track. Tlie money was divided as fol
Ijyts Bennett Barnes, 1,750; W. Becket,
1 4b0. M. Baly, tl.000; J. Castles. 875; J.
TnaTWOod, 8835: J. J. Byan, f 545; Clover
Stable, &530: lletreat Stable, $400; YF. E. Cot
t m. 4895; J. H. Kelly, 355; W. Falahee, 335;
F. II. Hickok, $315; K. L. Hubbard, 6295;
G. W. Haman, fc290; B. Calgie, 240;
3L T. Downing, 240; E. H. Maddox,
2Sr, W. Pope, f220; iomas Cheek, $205:
E. A. McCatin. 205; W. McMahon. 200; S.
I' Jackson, &200; J. O'Neill, 180; J. T.
H ,;e, 1 175; Frank Hudson, 175; Biver View
Stible, flSO: F. Doe, ei35;P. Ialv, 6130;
A. Kucben, 6125: M Bowling, 6120; Louis
Sita, 115: H. Fhppen, 6115: J. M. Ridge
wav, fU5;S. E. Smith. 6110: E. Gillsou,
6110. W. S. Taylor, 6110; M. T. Devlin, 6105;
J. Phelan, 6100; J- J. Patton, 6100; O, G.
bellman. 6100; J. D. Bobiuson, 6100; G. V.
Jriiningsf 685; M. It Brown, 685: Charles
T n-y, tSO; Jetes Waldeu, 660; H. M. Dob
l.ns 645; T. D. McDermott, 635; G. Davies.
t-, H. Hornor, 825, amd F. Sale, 625.
Results o the Running Turf.
At Jerome Park: Copyright, Kenuell, Armf
ic, lola, Xero, ana Mdntyre. Entries for to
ll a y:
1 ,rst raee Six furlongs. Maid Marian, 115;
D.l i'ourfnioii, 112; Haltou, 110; Mel n tyre, 105,
k 1 Miss Dixie ud Goldeu Valley, 100 each.
s ond race Two-year-olds. Five furloogs.
t rrv.i, leuo. Cockade, Owlet, Camiania, and
S. . ipley, 110 ea'tL
- iii'd race The Broadway stakes. The Titan
c r Stoueuell, 114; UuRh Penny, 105; Dis
ci. i t 101; Haltou, 100, and Live Oak, 86.
I urth race One mile aitd a furlong. Tlture
tc. KM; lHabolus, 107, and betuket and Paris,
1 '"li race Fire furlongs, straight. Old Do
ir ruoix, 114; Treouelo, 10; Ueyuard, l'rince
. n.'-, sud l'nuc .)ohi, l(h each; Miss Hazel,
1 , Molntyre, aud Grampian, 108 each; inter
C , ii, 100, and Shadow aud Ericeon. 87 each.
T'li race Maiden two-jear-olds One-half
t , niHe straight. Mohawk, Benefactor, Corn-
0 "-ilk. Vent, aud Pouch colt, 110 each; 1'onie
t ,ie. Pandora ireiduig, and Frivolity, 107
e md Iretence and Harris. 121 each.
i atuuta: Alibi. Pearl bong, King Charlie,
1 i i k wick. Brendoo, and John Berkeley. Ln
t 'or to-day:
r ' race Six furlougs. Vernon, 77; Dorga
f iimbaugh, 88; Captain Tip and ilollie. 100
t end Kan!neld, Warwickshire, Mary Alice,
1 'ice, end DeJarnete, 105 each.
s iid race One mile, G. B. Cox, Iiimyara,
2. s iUo, aud Mary B. M, 88 each; Jim lienry
a. i I uecarura, 103 each; Henry Owsley, Early
J, h. . and Miss Porter. 102 each; II arry Weld on
ar.1 1 Hon Douglas. 104 each; Whitney, lienry
J iUina, and Michel, 105 each, and Ataman. 110.
a 1 & race Eleven-sixteenths ol a mile Val
t ic and Lottie J Alter. 108 each; Phllomenn,
Laiy Buchanan, Victorious, Blanche Kenny,
i o & Lily of the West. Isabel, Marie Shreeve,
2." w. na. and La Creole, 107 each.
I uurth race One mile ana a furlong. Patria
n i iura Elmore. BS each; Warpkrt and Tasco,
1 - -ch; Promenade, Emma Mc, and Green
v Ii. 107 each; I'efcin, 109. and Say On, Excel
e "udiSemperLex, 110 each.
T JtL. race Wx furlongs. Prairie, StaCTa, Js orn
Hi ward. Summer Coon, Hanuon, Mima S., and
ti i'aalist, 108 each, and Bob Tucker, Leaflet,
& X X nele lienry, 109 each.
Kx h race fx furp.ncs Ida H..T8: Fahla,
S"Adi.h: - ' :nTiiiin41lK, 100 each; Mink,
1 - l'J rr- 1t4; -orideck and Sanoose, 105
ea h, an x ' ". y 1 --, 10h each.
4t fl&TTXore. Gateway, Little Cripplo,Eed
Glenn. Roma, White Stone, and Captain Spencer.
Riurius for to-day.
First race Six furlongs. Tim Murphy, Zoke
Hardy, Rico, Osric and v. L. Slunson, 1-1) each;
Dockstador, Fictlou, nnd Booze, 121 each, and
Burrells aud Billot. 132 or.ch.
Sooond race Fivo furlougs. Fop Gray, 120;
Full Measure, IOC; Potentate, 120; Gold Dust,102;
May Fera and Mother of Pearl. 100 each; Leo
Lake. 105; Roblyn, 105; Pedostriau, 100, and Do
Third race Nebuchadnezzar. 60; Cicely and
Ingomar, 107 onch: Sonator Irby, 100; Hillboro,
87; Cash Day, 114; Rey Uol Mar, 104; Black Jack,
86. and Freddie L. T., 10a
Fourth ractv-Ono and ono-sixtoenth mlle
The Ironmaeter, Suitress, ana Duugarvon, mS
each; Wolsey, 1(K); Young Arlon, Fakir, aud
Janus, iuj. and .My Luck, IW2
Mont Clnir, 129 ench; Prot S., Jako Zimmerman,
and Royal Prince, 127 each; The Spaniard and
:5am Fanner, 382 each, and Kansas Girl, 124.
Sixth race One and one-sixteenth miles. Ro
muB. 109; KIngbClore, Billy Sunderland. Teutonic,
and Grey Duke, 105 each; Rndintor. 10S; Tattor
saU, 37; Immllda, 102, and Caprlvi, 65.
TROTTING AT PI M LI CO.
Mabcot Won the Frcc-ror-all Race, Brcak
ing tho Track's Pacing .tark.
BALTmonE, Oct. 2. Clear skies and a
bright sun favored tho opening day of tho
fall trotting and pacing meeting at Pimlico.
Tho event of tho day was a free-for-all pace,
which Mascot. 2:04,Von in straight boats.
Tho last boat was paced in 2:09), breaking
the track's pacing record of 2-11, inado by
Mascot ono year ago, and equaling his exhi
bition milo of 2:09K5 made in the spring of
Tho opening event was tho 2:29 trot, that
brought twelve candidates to tho post. Char
ley H. won tho first two heats, aud the talent
immediately plunged on him for a winner. In
the third heat Jaeksonian, on a break, fin
ished a head to tho good and was given tho
This brought forth some adverse criticism,
and when m tho next heat Charley II. was
seat away on a break, the spectators werenon
loth to show their displeasure by hooting at
Starter McCarthy. Tho start, however, was
an excu&Rble mistake. Ail this handicapping
ruined Charley H.'s chances of winning, and
Jack&onian lauded tho race at tho end of the
fifth heat. Winnor's best time, 2:19K-
coRuinr is obstinate.
Champion James Says Fitzsimraons Must
First Tackle Steve O'DonnclI.
HivnEHiLL, Mass., Oct. 2. James J. Cor
bett cannot bo induced to waive his position
regarding the pugilistic championship, no
said to an Associated Press reporter hero to
day: "I am disgusted with this v.'holo business
and tired of all tho fuss, but I propose to hold
to my decision not to meet Fitzsimmons until
after'he has fought O'Donnell and demon
strated his ability to spar in my class." When
asked what he thought of the ultimatum is
sued by the Olympic Club, he snid that con
cern is trying to worn him but they couldn't
"I have told them what I would do and I
propose sticking to it," he added. '"I will
not be bull-dozod aud onco for all I say I will
not ineer Fitzsimmons aud they or no other
concern or individual can force me to alter
this decision. O'Donnell is good enough Tor
Fat .Men Will Play Ball.
At 8 o'clock this morning tho baseball team
of the Jolly Fat Men's Club will leave for
Philadelphia, where they will play the Quaker
Jolly Fat Men a game this afternoon. Tho
contest will take place on the grounds of the
Germautown Cricket Club and afterwards a
banquet will be tendered tho visitors. Tho
Washington players, who will be accompa
nied by a large number of associate members,
are as follows: Paul Hines, William J. Mullin.
John Graff, Marshall L. Smith, Charles
Danseh, W. B. Linkins, Hany Ogle, Thomas
O'Brien, James J. Spaulding, and Robert M.
Showaltcr Lost This Game.
New Yobk, Oct. 3. At the Manhattan Chess
Club tho third game of the chess match of ten
games up between A. Albin and J. W. Sho
walter was opened to-day, Showalter having
to resign after thirty moves.
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
'Tap" Bliss will coach the Haverford Col
lege football team.
Billy plimmer is reported to have been
dosed just bofore his draw with Johnny Mur
phy. Mike Moran was knocked out in tho eighth
round by Black Frank, at Lyons, N. Y.
Treasurer Talcott of the New York club dis
credits the rumor that Johnny Ward will re
tire from the game.
Georgetown College and University of
Pennsylvania football elevens are scheduled
to play here to-day.
Manager Schmolz, of tho Senators, is at his
home in Columbus, Ohio, for a short visit be
fore returning to this city.
According to present arrangements tho sea
son of professional footboll will bo inaugu
rated in Washington October 15.
At the Alexander Island track yesterday
R. L. Hubbard sold tho racer Banjo to Mr.
Waddington at private terms.
To Celebrate Cornwallis Surrender.
Arrangements have been made by tho So
ciety of the District of Columbia, Sons of tho
American Involution, to celebrate the 113th
anniversary of tho surrender of Lord Corn
wallis at Yorktown, at Welcker's Hotel on
the evening of Friday, October 19. As this is
the lirst meeting of the season, it is expected
that there will be a large attendance of the
members of the society and their guests in
honor of the event and of the men who sig
nified so much in tho struggle for American
liberty and independence. Addresses appro
priate to the occasion will be delivered and
refreshments will be served.
Members of the society will bo allowed to
bring the ladios of their families and such
guests as they may wish to invite.
Three Criminals Sentenced.
Judge McComas disposed finally of three
criminal cases yesterday by sending two
offenders to prison and one to tho reform
school. James Waters, who broke iuto tho
Capital City Gun Club houso on August 22
last and stole a shirt, a bucket, and a statue,
pleaded guilty to a chargo of housebreaking
and was sent to Albuuy for Ave years. Henry
Foster, who on July 7 broke Into tho apart
ment house at No. 170S H street northwest
and stole si 65 bill and a poeketbook contain
ing 620, was sent to Albany on a plea of
guilty lor seven years. Jimmauuel Webb, a
boy who was convicted en February 1 last of
petit larceny and sent to jail for thirty days,
pleaded guilty to a second offense and was
sent to tho reform school.
Colored PoKcr Players Captured. '
Two colored men, John Briscoe and Will
iam H. Shaw, who aro passionately devoted to
the poker game, were up before Judge Miller
yesterday morning in the police court to an
swer to the charge of keeping a gaming table.
It appears that those two men have been run
ning a gambling room for sometime on tho
second lloor of No. 54 Fenton place. Their
operations were carefully guarded and to
throw the police off tho tracka lunch 'counter
was set up in the lower floor. Sundny night
Policemen Brown and Duvall raided tho
place and captured their men. In defense of
their case the poker players stated to tho
court that not 5 cents went to tho house. This
did not satisfy the judge, however, and ho
hold the defendants in 6300 bonds to await
the action of the grand jury.
Dr. Purvis Will Stay Out.
Acting Secretary Sims to-day replied to a
letter from John M. Langston and George A.
King, of this city, relative to tho resignation
of Dr. Charles B. Purvis, as surgeon-in-chief
of tho Freedman's Hospital, whose reinstate
ment was demanded. The letter was ad
dressed to tho District Commissioners, but it
having been decided that the appointment
was under the direction of tho Interior De
partment, tho Secretary replies to the letter
j stating that there will be no change and Dr.
xuxvls wui remain out.
fRAffl HELD UP BY OUTLAWS
Two Men and a Boy Rob a Southern
Pacific Express Car.
PASSENGERS NOT MOLESTED
While the Big Fellows "Watched Outsido tho
Xittle Ono Looked for tho Treasure Ono
of tho Bobbor3 Captured Tho Others
Escape Minus Their Winchesters.
PnoEKix, Ariz., Oct. 2. Tho East-bound
Southern Pacific train was hold up ono and
a half miles east of Maricopa by three
men yesterday.- Ono of tho robbers rodo
on tho blind baggago out of
Maricopa, whllo tho othor two
flagged tho train. As it slacked up tho fel
low aboard passed quickly into tho engine,
and at tho point of two revolvors forced En
gineer Hollo wnv and Fireman Mnrtin to de
scend, uucouplo tho engine, ana procood
ahead of tho train for half or three quarters
of a milo.
In tho meantime ono of tho masked robbors
had entered tho express ear whilo tho other
stood outsido. No shots wero fired, nor wero
tho passengers alarmed whilo the robbery was
in progress. Tho engineer and Ilreman
wero walked back ahead of robber No. 1 to
tho express car, where they arrived about tho
time the other two wero ready to depart.
All threo then mounted horses, which wero
tied near by, and struck out in n southerly
direction toward the Mexican line, which is
fifty miles from tho track. Tho amount
which Wells Fargo messenger reports
as having been captured is 6160, but there is
a current report that the robbers got away
with 620,000 in gold. Their trail was struck
early this morning by Sheriffs Drais, of Pinal,
and Murphy, of Maricopa, accompanied by
Deputies Widomer and Brother.
It is stated that two of the bandits who at
tacked tho train were masked and tho third,
who was a moro boy, was not. The robber
who previously climbed upon tho train
captured tho head brakeman and
compelled him to turn on tha air
brakes and stop tho train. The other bandit
covered tho engineer, who, with tho brake
man, was compelled to go back to tho express
car to induce tho messenger to open the box.
Tho boy was then shoved into tho car.
Whilo ho was searching for express treas
ures the two bandits guarded each sido of tho
train. AN hen tho boy camo from tho car tho
traiumen, who werounder tho bundits' guns,
wero compelled to march with tho bandits a
short distance into tho bushes. There tho
robbers released their prisoners, and mount
tng their horses rode away.
The penalty for robbing trnina in Arizona
is death. The posse, led by Sheriff Murphy,
of Maricopa, found tho trail of tho robbers at
the poiut where they had crossed tho Gila
River, seven miles east of Phomix. Soon
afterward they cam upon a camp which the
robbers had hu-tilj abandoned. There
they found tLreo Winchester rifles and threo
horses. No long after this they overhauled
ono of the bandits, whom they called upon to
throw up his hands. Instead ho turned upon
tho officers and tired, but a chargo of buck
shot from the sheriff's gun brought him to
Tho prisoner,whoso name is Frank Armour,
was brought hero, aud it is believed ho will
On Armour's person was found ono of tho
watches taken from a street-carman who was
held up hero a week ago. Tho robbers aro
believed to be members of a gang from Tonto
Basin, and it is suspected that they aro tho
men who held up a stage in tho Congress
mine on September 13.
SAT NEXT TO NELLIE BURRILL.
A Virginian Declares Howgate and His
Charmer Have Been In Washington
Since the Former's Flight.
"I am quite sure that Capt. nowgato has
been in Washington since his defalcation was
discovered. I knew Miss Burrill well by sight,
and on one occasion several years ago, but
since the flight, ate at tho next tablo to her in
an eating saloon on Pennsylvania avenue."
Thus spoke E. R. Merry, of Fairfax county,
Vtu, when ho was in tho city a few days ago.
Tho beautiful black horses, which formed a
part of Capt. Howgate's stablo during his
palmy days in Washington, were purchased
from Mr. Merry, who related to a Times re
porter tho following interesting incidents
connected with tho sale of the first of tho
noble animals to the then gallant and popular
"Ido not exactly know," said Mr. Merry,
"how Capt. Howgato becamo aware of tho
fact that I had the horso for sale, but, at any
rate, he sent for mo to como to tho Signal
Office and see him. I did so, nnd took tho
horso aloug, tying it In front of the office
while I went inside. Capt. Howgato took a
look at the animal and said: 'Just leave him
with me for two or three days, and if I like
him I will pay you for him."
"There was not at that time tho faintest ru
mor that Captain Howgato was doing any
thing wrong, but I declined to accede to this
"Why, what is tho matter?' said the cap
tain. "I am responsible. I own a wholo
block of houses.'"
'That makes no difference," I replied.
"If you want my horse and you pay me
for him, you can have him. Of course, I am
willing to let you go with mo to try him, but
I must drive.
" 'Well, why won't you let mo try him for
two or threo days?' urged tho captain.
"Since you ask mo for tho facts," I replied,
"I will tell you (there wero half a dozen
messengers and others sitting around, but I
thought I might as well tell him the
truth): Captain, a few nights ago I saw
you out Fourteenth street, and you had a
brick in your hat; in other words, you were
drunk. You hud fallen back in your buggy
and the lines wero lying on tho dashboard,
while the horso was trotting along just whero
it pleased to go. If you should attempt to do
that with this horso there Would be a funeral
inside of forty-eight hours, and you would bo
"Capt. Howgate became very indignant, but
I did not care. Ho had asked mo for tho true
reason why I did not want to risk niy horse
with him and I told him. Wo made no deal
and I left tht office.
"I had driven down tho Avenue but a short
distance when ono of Capt. Howgate's mes
sengers overtook mo, and told me that tho
captain wanted to see mo again. I went back,
and ho told mo that if I would go to Thomp
son's book store, near tho corner of Pennsyl
vania avenue and Fifteenth street, and get a
printed form of bill of sale ho would take tho
horse and pay mo my prico, 6225. I tried to
get tno form ho had suggested, but found that
there was no such thing in existence, and
went back and told him so. He then decided
to take tho animal on a simplo guarantee and
receipt, and. after these wero mado out, paid
me the money.
"Subsequently ho bought tho mate of tho
horso for 6250 from me. Tho pair wero per
fectly matched in every particular, and at
tracted much attention on tho Avenue, es
pecially when Capt. Howgato and Nellie Bur-
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Washington, D. C.
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murc nvTrnvn iiii ct- nmi tc v nv
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European plan, $1 per day and upwardaaul(5-lm
Pennsylvania avonuo and 14tn st nw.
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WANTED PRESS BOY AT PEARSON'S
..printing office, 9th andD sta nw. It
-ry ANTED A YOUNG MAN TO LEARN CAR-
t t peutering. One who has worked at the
trade preferred. Apply at GRAHAM'S REPAIR
SHOP, 1407 Q st nw.
WANTED-AT NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
Bureau; cooks, housokoepors, waitors,
porters, and all kinds of holp, with rot FORD
& BAER, 508 F st. nw. oc2-7t
COUPON POLICY, PLEASES, PROTECTS,
pays.spot cash has accident and cash sur
rondor value foatures. Got ono? Al agents see
HILL, 33 Warder Bldg, 9th and F sts. nw.
LADIES-I RECOMMEND CRAYON TOR
' trait making to persons wishing profitable
homo work; it is easily, quickly, and cheaply
learned. For terms, &c, address ARTIST, 806
11th st nw. ae23-7t
TXT ANTED IT KNOWN-J. E. BRENNER, 409
Vt Warner srreot, cures smoking chimneys,
makes latrobes, ranges, and furnaces. Gives
satisfaction or no chargo. Spouting and Job
work. Prices rock bottom. Bo26-7t
-V7 AN TED-POLICEMEN AND FRIENDS IN
T r tcrestod in "Times" watch contest learn
something to youradvantago at Room33, Warder
Building, 9th and F sts. soi5-tf
WANTED-ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
nt iiu6h's now place, 817 7th st nw., and
got a nice cold bottlo of beer for 5 cents.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
CSO f(( WILL BUY 1101 B ST. JsE., 8
nPUjUvV rooms and bath, collar, latrobes,
sower, water, and gas; lot 10.13x100 to alloy; key
103 1 HU st ne. STURGES & MOORE, COG F st nw.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN PEOPEBTY.
Possessing tho every nood of
perfect homo sites.
Tho ARCHIBALD M. BLISS SUR-
DIVISION, East Washington
Hoights. Choico lots tor 6alo.
Money advanced to build (any
style house desired) repayable on
long timo, easy terms. Apply on
grounds to OVERLOOK INN.
CdM V?CKHlllglUII nrjlgillu.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT, NEAR THE CAPITOL TWO
.brick houses, 7 and 9 roomB, Nos. 209 and
209lst st ne.; modern improvements; conve
nient to cars. Apply JNO. WAGNER & SON,
1800 B st, no. oc?-7t
TTIOR RENT S05 PER MONTH; FIRST-CLASS
X: 15-room houso; best location in city for
boarders; carpets and some furniture for sale if
aesirea. Aaaress AO-ittMDtKT, this ofllco.
FOR RENT 8-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. 411 P
st. nw., $23 50; alto 2 4-room alloy houses,
409 and 411 Hollidge court, bet 4th and 5th sts.
and O nud P nw., $10 per month. HARVEY
SPAULDING, 601 M st nw. se-5-lni
FOR SENT SUBURBAN.
HOUSES FOR RENT; CHOICE HOUSES AND
lots for safe on easy terms, at Brookland, D.
C. GRACE M. THOMAS.
so2S-7t 100 Corcoran Building
FOR RENT ROOMS
Pleasant fur. rooms for rent, permanent
Tenth and E sts. nw.
T7OR RENT A FRONT PARLOR ON FIRST
J? lloor and nice pleasant room upstairs; bay
windows in both. 1600 Fifteenth St., corner Q st.
O UNFURNISHED ROOMS on 5D AND 3RD
O floors of 913 D st. nw ; water nnd gaB; reason
able terms. For further information apply to
L. P. SHOEMAKER, 920 F st nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
front room; suitable for one or two young
men; terms, 810 per month. 2132 Pa. avo.
FOR RENT 210 1ST ST. NE., 2D AND 3D
floors; furnished or unturnishod; slnglo or
en suite; steam heat; largo closots; open fire
place; near Capitol and all car Hues. se26-7t
Handsome office rooms in Tho Times
Building; modern to rent. Apply in Counting-room,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TOR SALE AT A BARGAIN TWO-SEATED
carriage and horse, suitable for any purpose;
also harness. No reasonable offer refused. Call
at 927 D st nw., next to Evening Nows office
HOTEL PITNEY, ATLANTIC CITS, N J.
N. Y. ave., bet Pacific nnd Beach; mod.
conv.; $1.50 to $2.50 per day; $7 to $12 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC, BET. N.Y. AND
Tenn. aves.; mod. conv.; f 1.25 to $2 per day;
$7 to $10 per week; Sat to Mon.,?2.73. CHARLES
J. DENTLER jy24-tf
Y DUNOANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES SALE OF FOUR VALUABLE BRICK
DWELLINGS ONE ON THE CORNER OF
R STREET AND JOHNSON AVENUE,
BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH
STREETS NORTHWESr, AND THREE ON
By virtue of a deed in trust to us, bearing date
tho 2d day of March, 1693, nnd recorded in liber
1793, folio 34, of tho land records of tho District of
Columbia, we will sell at public auction in front
of tho promises on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
10m, A. D. 1894, AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M., tho
following described real estate, situate in the
city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit:
AH of lots one hundred and ono (101), one hun
dred and two (102), one hundred and four (1 01),
and one hundred and five (105), in Edwin T. R.
Jones et n.'a sub-division of lots in square two
hundred aud seven (207), as per plat recorded in
liber 20, folio 93. in the Surveyor's office of the
District of Columbia, with the rights of way
respectively appurtenant to said lots.
Terms of sale: For lots 101, 102, and 10J, $500
cash on each lot; of balance, $3,500 payable
March, 1S9S, on each lot, and remainder in one,
two, threo, and fouryoars in equal installments.
For lot 105, $1,000 cash; of balance, $7,500 pay
able March, 1893, and remainder In one, two,
throe, nnd four years in equal installments.
Deferred payments to boar interest at tho rate
of 0 per cent per nnnum, payable semi-annually,
and to be secured by deed of trust on the
Tho lots will bo sold separately.
Terms of sale to be complied with within ten
days from tho day of sale, or the trustees re
servo the right to resell at the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after llvo days' advertise
ment A deposit of $200 will bo ronuirod on each
lot. Convoyanciug and recording at purchaser's
THOS. W. SMITH, Trusteea
"D ATCLIFFE, DARR & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE
ON FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN F AND
G STREETS NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
By virtuo of a decreo of tho supremo court of
tho District of Columbia, passed in equity cause
No. 15295, docket 36, wherein Mary Horrigan
and others were complainants, and Jeremiah
Horrigan and others were defendants, tho under
signed, trustee in said cause, will sell at public
nuctlon, In front of tho premises on FRIDAY,
THE 12TH DAY OF OCTOBER, AD. 1691, AT
4:30 O'CLOCK T. 31., the following described land
nnd premises situate In tho city of Washington,
District of Columbia, to wit: The north 11 feet
front, by tho full depth thereof, of lot 6 insquare
530, togothorwith all tho improvements thereon.
Tho torms of sale aro one-third cash on day of
salo, one-third in ono year, and one-third in two
years thereafter, tho deferred payments to be
secured by a good and sufficient mortgage on tho
land and premises sold, or all cash at the option
of the purchaser.
A deposit of S200 will be required at the time of
salo and tho purchnser must comply with tho
torms of sale within ten days from the date
thereof, otherwise tho property will bo resold at
the risk and cost of tho defaulting purchaser.
Conveyancing, etc., at purchaser's cost.
F. L. SIDDONS, Trusteo,
oc2-llt 1333 F street northwest
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
S. D. HOUCK,
sepl3-lmo S01 10th st nw.
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
C18 Fifth st. n. w. M. W. MOORE, Manager:
CERTIFICATES FOR HALF-FARE RATES
for registration In Now York Stnto can bo
had by applying to tho Interstate Democratic
Association, 631 Louisona-nvonuo nw., this (Wed
nesday) evening, Oct 3; tickets on sale 4th, Eth,
and 6th; good for five days only.
W. C. VAN MATRE, Chairman Commlttoo.
Y?P--is,ATTENTION. VETERAN FIREMEN!
VyL5 Jieot nt Odd Fellows Hall, 7th st. nw.,
at 1 p. m. sharp, WEDNESDAY, 3d instant, fully
equipped to attend tho funeral of Voternn John
T. Given. By order JOHN G. PEABODY, Sec.
THE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF
tho Oldest Inhabitants aro roquosted to at
tend the funeral of our late associato, Johu T.
Given, on WEDNESDAY, nt 2 o'clock p. m., from
tho E Street Bajitlst Church. By order of tho
president J. A. WINEBERGER, Marshal.
ALL INFORMATION ABOUT REPAIRING
left with mo can bo had at 327 Pennsylva
nia ave.se. (next door). HENRY SCUMINKE.
S9RA WILL BUY STOCK OF GROCERIES
mJOVJ and fixtures, including Ico box, awn
ing, largo coffeo mill, showcases, eta, etc, at
cor. 10th nud G sts. so.; owner has other business.
Call at 300 Md. avo. no. cc3-3t
Stock of groceries with fixtures; owner
wishing to retlro.
oc3-7t Apply No. cor. 4th and K sts. nw.
PARTNER WANTED IN HOTEL AND RES
taurant; old established houso; small cap
ital required; excellent chance for a business
man. Address nt onco, HOTEL, this office.
Wholesale, Tschifl olly's. 477 Fa. ova Thts new
tonic rapidly cured me of dyspepsia and nervous
prostration. It Is wonderful. M. DEPOILLY,
Ostrich Foathor Dopot, 613 13th st oc3-eod,tf
WHAT'S THE USE OF SPENDING "ALL"
you mnko on clothes, when byfeoming to
us you can get a llrst-clfi6s suit or overcoat
slightly worn, for one-half you would pay for
thorn new. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st nw.
GENTLEM EN'S FINE CLOTHING MADE TO
T order on liberal tormsof credit; office hours,
8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m
se30-7t 1003 F st. nw., rooms 5 and 6.
MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
life. All business confidential. Ladles and
gentlemen, 50c each. Hours, 9 a. in. to B p. m.
t05 N. Y. ave. nw., near 6th st se29-2w
4G7 C Street Northwest
OFFICE HOURS, 10TO1, CT0 8.
MME. FRANCIS HAS RETURNED AND
would bo glad to seo her friends at 406 E.
Cap. st. Sittings daily from 9 to 9. Cards, 25c.;
sittings, 50c oc3-8t
TTTHAT MORE DO YU WANT IN THIS
Y world than full vnlut for your money? Wo
offer you moro than that on an elegant suit or
overcoat Hlightly worn at JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D st. nw. selO-tf
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY
OP YOUR LIPE IS NOW TO KNOW
WHAT THE FUTURE HAS IX
STORE P0R YOU.
Dr. Jane U. Irving, the Greatest Second-sight
Seer and Forecaster of coming events, HAS THE
POWER OF ANY TWO MEDIUMS YOU EVER
alET. DR. IRVING tells your complete past,
your present life, your entire future. What you
should do to avoid trouble or disappointment;
how to recover lost or stolen property She pre
dicts important events long before they happen.
No hidden mysteries so deep she cannot fathom.
Come, ye who suffer, and be healed. Come, ye
speculators, and be advised. Come, ye lovers,
nnd win your Idols. Come, all who are in trou
ble, and learn to bless this wonderful medium,
the greatest prophetoss in America.
Satisfaction by mail. Send stamp for circular.
Ofllco and residence,
616 FIFTH STREET NW.,
Washington, D. C.
Tills lady is Indorsed by the press, clergy, and
tho public in gonoral. seVJ-tf
BEST OILS, RELIABLE PAIN'IS, VAPOR
fluid, stains, $1 per gallon; white and col
ored lead at lowest cash market value at
YOUNG & CO.'S, 714 K st nw. sell-lmo
Tells past, present, and future; advice on lovo
ntfnrs, mnrriages, losses, or speculations; (ells
how to overcome your enemies, causes speedy
mnrriages, brings separated together, tells
everything, sottles lovers' quarrels, tells wh ot
business best suited for speedy riches. Don't
buy, sell or go a lournoy until 3 ou consult Prof.
CLAY, oldest established advertising clairvoyant
in this city. Sittings, 50 cents. Hours, 9 a. in.
to 9 p. m.; open Sundays. 4S9 H street, between
Four-and-a-half and Sixth sts. s.w. au5-lm
C1ABINET, VAPOR, PLAIN, AND MEDICATED
' sea salt and sulphur baths; electric nnd
magnetic treatment; alcohol tubbings. Dr.
SARAH WAYCOTT, 722 13th st. nw. Open Sun
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY MA WEAVER,
proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry work in all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
HYG IENIC HEALTUFU U
THE HARDEST THE BEST.
MADE OF PURE SPRING WATER.
Tolophone 44. Office 1423 F st c w.
MltS. CARY, 1602 7THST.NW. I GUARANTEE
to convince the most skeptical on past, pres
ent, and futuro life, law suits, divorces, love,
and marriage, gains tho love of those you desire,
overcomes evil influences, gives names in full of
those you have or will marry. AU information
truthfully and accurately given. Call and be
convinced, as seeing is believing. Hours, 9 to 9,
except Sundoys. Jel6-6mo
LADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement; best medical treat
ment; babies adopted; female complaints
treated by experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs. Dr. RENNER, 131 3d st. n. o., Washington,
D. C. JelO-ly
Netting 6 Per Cent
and requiring no anxiety or worry
whatever. o reter to tno
First Trust Notes
Which we have for sale at face value,
plus accrued Interest secured by first
mortgnges on gilt-edgo property in D.
C. In any amonnt from ono to fifty
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
C J. BELL, Presidont
and others whoso occupations prevont them
from making deposits during regular bank
ing hours will find it convenient to visit the
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
1222 F St, N. W.
which is open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
between the hours of 6 and S.
(Four per cont. interest on savings
SILSBY i GOMPRNY
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDINO,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Corner 7 th St and Pa. Ave.
Telephone, 514. mhls-ly
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
trusts, life insurance policies, syndlcato
certificates, otc No delay If you have tho se
curity YERKES A BAKER, 17 Sun Building.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany.wlll lend you $20 nnd upward on furni
ture, planos.horses, wngons, &c,;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbed posses
sion; loans paid in part or in full at any timo to
suit the convenience of tho borrower, aud any
part paid roduces the cost of carrying tho loan
in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F st
n. w. lel-3m
TITONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
nituro, p!ano3, horses, carriages, wagons,
&c; the property will remain undisturbed
in your possession; torms easy; lowest
rates; private offices; all business strictly
confidential; you can have tho money tho day
you apply for it; payments can be mado on the
principal at any time; each payment made will
lessen the cost of carrying the loan.
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
COS F st nw.! main floor. jy3-3mo
THE TEMPLE CUP GAMES BETWEEN
Will Bo Reproduced Electrically at
ALBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
THURSDAY, AT 4 P. M.
oc3-tf Prices, 23 and 50c.
DANCING! DANCING! DANCING;
Prof. Coming's Academy of Dancing, Cos
tello's Hall, 610 G st. nw. Class for boglnnets,
Mondays and Thursdays; for advanced pupils,
Fridays. Exclusively for pupils. oc3-7t
THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tho Preparatory School opens Sept 24
Tho Columbian College opens Sept 2t
The Medical School opens... - Oct 1
Tne Dontal School opons Oct 1
Tho Corcoran Scientific School opens. Oct 2
The LawSchool opens Oct 3
The School of Graduate Studies opons. Oct 4
For catalogue descriptive of those several
ROBERT IL 3IARTIN,
Under the Direction of the Fathers of the
Society of Jesua.
Classical, Scientific, and Business courses of
studies. Schools reopen Tuesday, September 4
SPECIAL COURSE FOR O. DER STUDENTa
"WISHING TO MAKE RAPID PROGRESS IN THE !
CLASSICS. For particulars address
REV. CORNELILS GILLESPIE, S. J..
selO-lmo President and Treasurer.
WIMODAUGHSIS, 1323 I ST. NW.-CLASSES
organize Oct 1. Business course, lan
guages, English, physical training. Shakespeare,
elocution, music, Journalism, etc. Terms very
reasonablo, especially for women. ADA L.
SMITH, Supt sol6-lm
"TRS. MANNS KfNDERGARTEN AND
111. school and tho Elizabeth Peabody Kinder
garten Normal Training chool, 1918 Sunderland
plnco, will begin fall and winter sessions Octo
ber 1, 1894. oc2-2mo
A YOUNG MAN'S OPPORTUNITY. PRE
pare for active business by Improving
mind and body nt the YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS
TIAN ASSOCIATION, 1403 New York ave. nw.
Eveninc educational classes in ten practical
studies begin October 1, 13!. The Gymnasium
open every day and evening. Come to the build
ing, see the equipment, and get the annual pros
1864 EducaHon for Real Life. 1894
For Sons and Daughters. The bpencerian Bus
iness College, National Bank of the Republic
building, cor. 7th and D nw. Day and night ses
sions bl'ENCERIAN, in the national capital
and throughout the country, is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
The thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institution begins Monday, September, 3, 189L
Five departments, viz. Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with initiatory bookkeeping;
Shorthand and Typewriting, including English;
Spencerlau Rapid Writing; Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly
trained teachers. Location central Office open
every business dny nnd night on and alter Mon
day, August C Write or call for new annual
announcement MRS. SARA A SPENCER,
au!0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
In Spencerlan Business College is now open for
the reception of studenta Carpenters, builders,
mechanics, and students in draughting who have
been trained here have achieved remarkable
success in their several lines, as a direct reenitof
the practical skill and intelligence thus ac
quired. Department open Tuesday and Thors
doy evonings of each week from October 2 to
July 1. Further information given at college
office. 708 D st n.w
selS-lm Mrs SARA A. SPENCEit, PriucipaL
BANJO, MANDOLIN. AND GUITAR STUDIO.
Special fall term.
A V. HOLMES,
seS-lm 931 F at, Room 3.
Medical Department opening address will be
delivered Monday, October K 1S9S, 7 p. m. Regu
lar course commences at 5:30 p m. following
day. For announcements address
DR. JOSEPH C. ELLIS. Dean,
eoSO-tf 1457 14th st nw . Washington, D. C.
EMERSON INSTITUTE A SELECT CLASS
ical and Mathematical School for Young
Men and Boys, 914 11th st, Franklin Square.
Forty-third annual session unier the present
principal begins eptember 24. This well
known preparatory school for Harvard. Yale,
Princeton, Ac , for tho United States Military
and Naval Academies, and for the best techno
logical schools enjoys a reputation second to no
school in tais country. The roster of the gradu
ates contains the names of hundreds distin
guished in every profession. For circulars ad
dress CHAS. B. YOUNG, A. M. Ph. D. se-tf
School of Law.
Rev. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J.,
President of tho University.
Hon. HENRY B. BROWN, LL. D.,
(Justice Supreme Court of the United States),
Lecturer on Admlra.ty Jurisprudence:
Hon. WILLIAM A. RICHARDSON, LL. D.,
(Chief Justice United States Court of Claims),
Lecturer on Statutory and Administrative Law
and Legal Maxims.
Hon. MARTIN F. MORRIS, LL D..
(Associato Justice Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional and International
Law, and Comparative Jurisprudence.
Hon. SETH SHEPARD.
(Associate Justice, Court of Appeals of tho Dis
trict of Columbia),
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and Equity
Hon. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL. D.,
Dean of tho Faculty and Lecturer on the Law of
Real Estate and tho Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J. DARrfMniU
Lecturer on tho Law of FS38BpPPwty, Con
tracts and Negotiable Paper.
GEORGEE. HAMILlON.LL. D.
Lecturer on the Law of Torts, Practice, and Tes
R. ROSS PERRY, A. M., LL. D.,
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading, Criminal
Law, and Domestic Relations.
Rev. RENE HOLAIND, S. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT, LL. D.,
Lecturer on Civil Law.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT, A. M.
Court of Appeals: Messrs. TALLMADGE A.
LAMBERT, JOB BARNARD, and HENRY
SAMUEL M. YEATMAN, A. ML,
Secretary and Treasurer.
The twonty-flfth annual session of tho School
of Law opens WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1891.
atS:30p. m.. in its commodious, specially de
signed Law School Building, Noa. 506 and 60S B
street northwest, when the introductory lecturo
will bo delivered. nnd announcements made for
the ensuing torm. Present and prospective
students, alumni and all others interested in
legal education aro cordlaUy invited to be pres
ent The secretary can be seen at his office in tho
law building daily, nfter Soptomber 15, from 6 to
7 p. m., for information, enrollment, etc Those
proposing to connect themselves with tho school
for the ensuing term aro requested to enroll
their names boforo tho openiug night, and thus
avoid tho delay Incident to that occasion.
Circulars, giving tho course of study, torms,
etc, can be obtained at book stores of W. U.
Morrison's Sons, 1326 F street northwest; Lowder
mllk&Co., 1421 F street northwest, and John
Byrno & Co., 1322 F stroet northwesr, and at W.
S. Thompson's drug storo, 703 Fifteenth stroet
northwest, or on application personally or by
letter to the undersigned. S. M. YEATMAN,
THE BERKELEY SCHOOL, 925 EIGHTEENTH
street, will reopen Septorabor 24. Pupils
prepared for West Point, Annapolis; for all uni
versities and s iontiflc schools; for direct com
missions In tho Army nnd Navy, and for the civil
service. Twelve studonts have been success
fully fitted for various examinations during tho
past year. Arrangements mado for private les
sons in all branches. CILRLES W. FISHER, R
S., Hood Master. oc2-lmo
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT BY NOTE
or simplified method; only $7 per quarter. I
guarantee to teach tho most unmusical person
to play a perfect tuno each lesson bymy simplo
method or no charge. Parlors open from 10
a. m. until 9 p.m. GEORGE DRAEUER, 904 K st
LBAUGH"S GIf-AND OPERA HOUSE.
I Hdw. H.Allen Manager;
I Evenings at 8. Wed. and Sat Mats, at '
1 Prices 25, 50, Tjc , tl and i3L5CL
STAR SPECIALTY CO.
Next Week MARIE
DAUGHTERS OF EVE."
ALBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Edw.H. Allen Maaagor
OCT. 7. SINGERS
Seat now on sale at Box Ofllco.
Reserved seats, 25 and 50 cents.
AH this week.
JOHN F. FIELDS' DRAWING CARDS.
FIELDS AND HANSON,
The originators of Musical Comedy.
Next Week WEBER & FIELDS' OWN" COM
TVfB'W NATIONAL THEATER.
J.1 Every evening. Wed. and Sat Matinees.
Hoyt's Latest and Greatest Success,
S MILK WHITE FLHG
Next WeekDonnelly and Girard
ACADEMY. Prices, 25e, 50c. 75c., and SL
Every Evening, Wed. and Sat Matfneea,
igi Mr-and Mrs-
kIllaiI kfm ar
AMERICA'S OWN MAGICIANS.
Next week The Ensign.
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THEATER.
Popular prices 15, 25. CO, and 75c
Ladies' and Children's Matinee Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday.
This week the People's Irish Favorite,
DAN. MCCARTHY, and His Great Company.
Presenting TIIE PRIDE OF MAYO. RAMBLER
FROM CLARE, and THE CRFISKEEN LAWN.
Next week THE STILL ALARM. se80-7t
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
.';- RACES -
on the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association o?
Five races will be run each day. First race aJt
2.30 P. M.
Trains wHl leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.50
and L40 p. m. Returning at 5.10 and 3.40 p. in
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - 50 Cents.
Gi KNTLKMEN'S DRIVING PARK-POOLS
TSOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACING
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot at9r5
and 11:50 a. m.. VS0, lrKJ, and 3s p. m. Fttteea
minutes to Alexandria Driving Park station,
near Alexandria. Va. GfTraasporiatioa re
funded to all patrons. aol3-3m
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND
B STBEE i
In Effect Jane 21, 1894.
103D A. M PENNSYLVANIA LIM1TBD PuII
utas Compartment Sleeping, DtBiag. braeking,
and Observation Cars ilarrteburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati, IndlanapoUa, Cleveland, and To
ledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrteburg.
10-J3A.M. FAT LINE Pullman BuSet Parlor
Car to Harrfeburg. Parlor and Dining Cars,
Uarrtobure to Pittsburg.
3:15 P. M CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS Pullman Buffet Parlor Car toHar
nsburjc. Sleeping and Dtoiac Cars, Harris
br.rg tost Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and
7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS PnUmaa
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harrlsburz
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
7:10 P. X SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to St.
Louus and bleeping Car Harrisborg to Cin
cinnati 10:40 V. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. PnUmaa
bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 a. m. lor Kane, Canandaigna, Rochester,
and Niagara Fall daily, except Sunday.
130 a. m. for Elmiraand Renova daily, except
Sunday For Williamsport daily. 3U5 p. m
7a0 p m. for Williamsport, Rochester. Buffalo,
and Niagara Falls datly. except Saturday,
with sleepinsr Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P M. for trie, Lanandaigua, Rochester, ani
Buffalo daily, and Niagara Falls daily, excep:
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Eluilra, aad Saturdays only Washington ta
For Philadelphia, Now York, and the East
4.00 P. M. ''CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED"
Al! Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti
more, for New York daily, for Philadelphia
week days. 730, 7:53 (Dining Car), 9M. 91C
(Dining Car), and llrtO lUiniBC Car) a. m.,
12:15, 3U5, 4:20, IftOO, and IU35 p. m. Oa bun.
day, 7:20, 735 (Dining Car), 9SM, 11:09 K warns'
Car) a. m., 12:15. 3:15, 4:20. MM, and 1135 p.
m. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7iT
sa. m. waek days. Express, 2.-01 and 5sl8 p. m
For Boston, without change, 730 a. m. week
davs. and 3:15 p. in. daily.
For Baltimore &25,7J0s. 739. 735, ftOO,9j40. 10:30,
110, and 1130 a. m., 12:15. 21, 3S5, 4:00 (lim
ited), 4:20, 4.36, 5:40, &14, 7:10. 100, Mfc49, 11:15,
and 11 35 p. m. On boBday, 7s, 735, 90. 9:05,
1030, 110 a. m., 12:13, 1:15. 2aH. 3:15, 40 (lim
ited), 4, 5:4fl,fcl4, 7:10, 109, , and 1L33
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:30 a. na. and 438 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis. 7:20, C0, and 1138 a nt, and
4:20 p. ra. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 90
a. nt., and 430 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Richmond,
JacksonviUe aad Tampa. 430 a. m., 330 p. Ea
daily. Richmond and Atlanta. 830 p. m. daily.
Richmond only, 1037 a. m. week day3.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7:45 a. m. daily
and 4:25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 430, 635. 7:45, SrfO, 9:45. 1037,
11 50 a. m., 1230. 1:40, &20, 435. 50, 537, 6:15,
8.-02, 106, and 1139 p. m. On Sunday at 4:30,
7:43, 9:45 a. m., 2:45, fcl5, 82, and 106 p m.
Leave Alexandria for Washington fc6, 8:48, 75,
80, 9:10, 10:1a, 103b a. n 1:00, 2J5, 30, 333,
50, 530. 6:13, 7 00. 730, 9:15, 1032, and 118 p.
m. Or, Sunday at fc43, 9-Jtt, 103S a. m , 2J5,
530, 70, 730, 9:13, and 10 52 p. m.
Ticket unices northeast corner of Thirteenth,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the sta
tion. Sixth and B streets, where orders can bo
left for the checking of baggage to destination
from hotels and residences. J. R. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent
S. M. PREVOST, General Manager.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule in effect June 9, ISM.
Leave Washington from station, corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street
For Chicago and Northwest. Vestlbuled Lim
ited express trains at 11:15 a. m.. 89 p. m.
For Cincinnati, bt Loui, and Indianapolis,
Vestlbuled Limited 330 p m., express ViM night
For Pittsburg and Clevelaud, express daily
11:15 a. m. and S:35 p. m.
For Lexington and Staunton. 11:15 a. m.
For Winchester and way stations, 530 p. m.
For Lurav, Natural Bridge. Roanoke, Knox,
ville, Chattanooga. Memphis, and New Orleans,
12.05 night, daily, sleeping cars through.
For Luray. 330 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, week days, x430, 50, 633,
x7:10.x730, (80 45-mlnute), 8:80. x930. (10:00
45-minutes) a. m., xV20, X12.05, 12:15. X230, (3.0O
45 minutes), 335, x433. 431, xS.05, xo:10,x53
535. x830, 630, xS0, 8:15, x90, xll30, and
1135 p. in. Sundavs, x430, x730, (30 45 min
utes), 830. x930 a. m.. xl2:05, xl2:15, 10, x230,
(3.00 43 minutes). 335, 4:31, x5u X5J0.630,
x8.00, 10.00, xll30,1135p. m.
For Annapolis, 7:10 and 9J3 a. m., 12:15 and
433 p. m. Sundays, S30 a. m., 131 p. m.
For Frederick, all:13 a. m., cW5, at30, a530
For Hagorstown, all:13 a, m., and a330 p. m.
For Boyd and way points, b:40 p. m.
For Gaithersbnrg and way points, a6:00. 08:03
a. m., nl2.50, a3o;al33, b535. b7:05, W130 p. tn.
For Washington Junction and way points, cD:C0t,
a930 a. m. cl:15 p. rn. Express trains stopping
at principal stations only, al30, a530 p. m.
For Buy Ridge, week days, 9:15 a. m.. 433 p.
m. Sundays, 935 a. m.. 130 and 3:15 p. m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOK NEW YORK AND
For Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and tho
East, daily, 430,8:00, (100 a. m. ex Sun. Dinlaaf
Car). (12.00 Dining Car), 3:00 (53 Dining Car),
80, (1130 p. m. Sleeping Car open at 10:13
Buffet parlor cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, Capo May, Sea Islo City, an
Brigantine Beach, week days, 430 and 10 a. m.,
12 noon. Sundays, 430 a. m. and 12 noon.
aExcept Sunday. bDnily. cSundayonly. xEs-
Baggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by Union Transfer Company oa
orders left at tiaket offices, 619 and 1331 Pa. ava
.and at depot
R. B. CAMPBELL. C H S a SCULL,
Gen. Manages. Gen. Pass. A seat