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TILE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1894.
CRISP SPORTING COMMENT I
Virginia Ido1ic Club iMceting tvill
Commence Thursday at . Asaph.
SEW YORK RACING ENDS TO-DAY
Most of the Prominent Plyers Will Come
Here to Participate in the Forty Days1
Keating to So Given at the New Virginia
Track Iho Alexander Island Eaces.
In conformity with the Now York law the
acmg season of 1S91 comes to a close in the
Empire State to-day and tho majority of the
stables -will be shipped to tho new track at St.
Asaph for the meeting which will begin next
Thursday by tho Virginia Jookey Clnb.
The new traek is located at St. Asaph, a
small suburb just across the Potomac Hner,
and about fifteen minutes by rail from Wash
mjton. It was formerly a half mile trotting
track, to which a charter had been granted
by the State of " irjrinia. Last winter, when
the Virginia Legislature- passed tbeJIusubnck
law making it legal to race and bet on tracks
to whioh chartors had alreadj been granted
by tho State, J. N. Kirk, Thomas F. Eagan,
.T. M. Hill, of Alexandria, Va., and H. D. Mc
Infvre secured a six year'1 lease of tbe prop
erty" and at once went to work to fit it up with
all tbe appointmauts of a first-class runniug
track. A new three-quarter mile trac k has
been built, with a quarter mile straightaway
so that mile races can be run with bat two
turns. The track is seventy feet wide, ad
mirably graded at tho turns, and well drained
on either side.
The grand stand is 225 feet in length over
all and will seat about 8,008 persons. Tbe
betting ring, 165x60 feet, is direct! under
the grand stand. Special trains from Wash
ington tad Baltimore will land right in be
hind and not more than fifty jards from the
grand stand The Arlington Heights, the
Potomac Rier, the Capitol, the Monument,
and other objects of interest are m plain view
from the s'aud. A wide boardwalk extends
from tbe stand out to tho track. Between
the stand and paddock are the secretary's
offloe and joekeys' room.
Tbe stables are as roomy, as well laid out.
and as well built as any of the race tracks
around New lork. They oecupj a naturallj
drained plot of srouud, rectangular in shape,
and some five or six acres in extent. The
stables are patterned after those at Graes
end. Thev all have covered exercise walks.
The Lrtekens are built alongside ouo of tbe
rectangles. They are two stones :n height,
roomy, comfortable, and hae perfect drain
age. "The water for track use is conducted by
pipes from th Alexandria Cirj Water Works.
Six races will be run oacn day for tbe daily
aggregate sum of $2 800. Already quite a
number of horses have armed and are quar
tered at the track. Trom now on there will
be constant armals. and several hundred
flyers will be on hand bj Thursday. Secre
tary H. D. Melntjre has been here for sev
eral days arranging for the opening daj. and
he is confident of a successful meeting. The
betting nag will be in charge of Thomas F
Egau. who will h& Charles W. Primrose ss
his right-hand man. MeCaffertj and Wishard
will winter at the track, and doubtless so
will manj other stables Big delegations of
New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore
sports are expected to patronize the coming
The Old Dominion Joeky Club will con
tinue racing at the Alexander Island track
withoat regard to the St. Asaph meeting, and
it will be interesting to see which will proe
the more popular. The Alexander Inland
officials are confident their attendance will
r.ot be seriously affected by the opposition
attraction, and as an inducement for larger
fields have increased their purses to sl,000 a
day. The increase goes into effect at once,
and to-day s entries show an improvement in
the quality of horses engaged. The grand
stand at Alexander Island has been inclosed
and other preparations made for cold weather.
Owing to tbe demand for more room, addi
tional stables are in course of erection to ac
comodate horsemen Man recruits have ar
med from 34 asteth and Aqueduct and many
more.will come after to-day. The two Vir
ginia tracks will be the ileccafor horsemen
this fall and winter.
The two games of professional football
played last week in this city did not attract
many people, but those who saw the games
were much interested. The stjleof play is
so entirely different from the college game as
to confute the sieotators. Football is con
sidered as so essentially a college sport that
it will require considerable schooling before
the public becomes educated to tho game.
Manager Bivms of the Columbia Athletic
Club football team hopes to secure the Prince
ton Tigers as an attraction for to-morrow
r.f temoon The latter play Unh ersity of Vir
ginia to-daj on the grounds of the" Canter
bury Athletic Club at Baltimore. Tho George
town College team put upapoorgame against
Tniversitj of Pennsjlvanla Saturday, but sev
eral of the local oleten were not in their best
form, and the team will play better after the
bojs get in shape.
A meeting of those interested in tho forma
tion of tbe new National Baseball Association
will be held next Thursday either in New
York or Philadelphia, probably the latter
place. Washington will hate a repreenta
tie. and if the association is a go this city
will be a momber.
Hite Peckham will meet Jack Costollo on
Thursday oiening next at Henry's Theater,
Alexandria, for a purse of S00. Both men
are in good trim andackner bout may be
Card for To-dav.
First race Five furlongs
Index Horse. H
St Mark. 110
(611) Key "ft est. .. 310
Frank K. Harf 110
CIS Little Chariio. 110
Judex. Horse. WL
(SSI) Magnet 85
(808) Sonera. 110
Seaond race Six furlongs.
Index. Iloree. WL
bit Little Alice... OS
Handover ... 102
(591) F'ttewauomie 102
5b0 tocsIKe ... 99
Little Bravo .. 87
Index. JIoth. W L
7 Julia L. JW
60S Senator. 94
Major B W
495 Dutch Lou....
Third race Four and a half f urloags.
Index Ilorge. W L
Mosquito ... 115
Jack W yune.. J2
CSS Spaniard 99
W& Surgeon. 99
0(b Ben. 99
C18 Lura 95
Fourth race Six and one-half furlongs.
Index Horse. WL I index. Horse. Mt
607 B'He BTckb'rn 9G (B07) Traitor. 301
596 Some More .. 101 Alonso 104
Fifth race Rro furlongs.
Inder. Horse, Wf. Index Ilorte. WL
(.12i McKeevor.-... 1S
(bOb) Lyceum. 136
Gli Forest 128
494 Barrientos ... 126
Fan Eliic 12X
571 Kitty CI rk colt 109
611 Grand Prix.... 128
First race Sonora; Key West.
Second race PoUowattorale; Julia L,
Third race Lura; Bon.
Fourth race Traitor; Belle Biackbnrn.
Fifth race Lyceum, McKoerer.
Entries for other Tracks.
At Morris Tart:
Jlret race Five furlongs. Victorious. Gold
Donar, and Will Elliott. 109 each; Ed Koarney
and J&Cof spades, 107 each, 1'eacomiker and
Harrington, 104 oach; Phoobus, SB, and Liza, hd.
Seoond race Six furlongs. Discount, 107;
Buckreue, 104; Nabraa, 102, Burlingham, 99.
Repetition 8b, Lustre, 95, Havoc, 94, Restraint
And ft ill Elliott, 89 each, and Manchester, 74.
1 hlrd race White Plains handicap. Six fur
longs. The Commoner, lib, Mngian, 11"; Saha
ti m Haudspun. and Counter Tenor, 116 each;
"Sumsette, 112. Dolabra, 111; Jlalina and Cali
fornia, 110 each; bllvie, 106. Sir Galahad, 105.
Mnnaro, 104; Hatoc 108, Owlet, 102, Kittie Clivo,
""Oi i romwell, and Tavora colt, 9S each, Midgley
nnd Lottie Easton, 97 each, Trophy Gelding, 95;
inter-bury and Hermanita, 93 oach.
Fourth race Polhnni Bay handicap. One and
one-quarter ntitna. Dorian, 128, Sir Excess, 12S
DiUace,M7; Our Jact, 106, Live Oak, 100, Light--xt
S I'&trloian, Sb each; Prig, US, Enfield, 95,
and1" gcoe 92
Pitta race SpociaL One and one-quartor
mile. Clifford and Sir Walter, 122 each, and
Dorian and ltubiion, 118 each. m
SuUi raeo hix turlongs. True Ponu, 103,
Jauet flllr, Lucania, aud fcadie, 105 oach, nud
Traveratj, Chioot, litaiaugus, One, Countess,
and Phllestia 9s oach.
At arragauaeti Park;
first race tho furlongs, Chillon, 105, Jakoy
Joeoih, Mnoty beien, Campaign, and Dry Dol
lar. 102 oaUi, Ansietj, 105; 'lonot gelding, 102,
Com Itoughau, JOS, iappo, Uusirus and Freder
icks, 102 oach. lioseuoodioU and Holla, 105 ui h;
Ireue K , 1U2. l'aj or Piny, 105, Saginan, 102,
Gossamer golding, 105, and Lady Ma) , 102
Second rato Ono mile. Curacot 102, Blue
Garter, 101. Belwood, 110, Tho Queen, 107, Ham
rule, 110, Pleutj,107. Galloping King, US, bir
Dixon Jr , 88; Harry Hinkson, 107; Herkimer, 78,
Connors, 105, and ltemo-se, 107
'third race Fivt lurlougs Hormanlta, 101;
Milton T., 101; bally Soolford audi nor Hich
mond, 9 each; 1 itle Jim, 100. Lttareo, UW. Lodi,
100, ltelKt, 99, touth Side, 104, and fawedou and
Donot, 99 oach
Fourth ruo-Ono milo nnd a furlong.
Chauncoy, 107; Pulitzer. Us, Clarus, 100, George
Dixon, 108; Galloping King. lid. Wentworth,!3,
Foxford, 110, B McDun", 107; Billy Bo, 110, and
Fifth ra.e &ix furlongs. fapritu,99, Moder
octo, M; Walcott. 108. Onward, 103, KllUcnny,
108 Trump, 100; l'od John, 115; Primus. 112, lorn
'lough 10S, 1 errlor, 1 21; Marshal. Ul: Venus
burg. 107, and .Milwaukee, 00
1 rat race One milo E51. 03, Henry Jonklni
Emma Mac. and Curio Gordo, Us oach; Prome
nade, 101, .losio D and Billy Bennett, 104 oach,
and Greenwich, 107
betxmd race fcoven furlongs Occuln, 87;
fahauty Bob, 84; c-escent aud Lily of thoWost,
t nath: Bnj ard aud tass, 107 eat h; Interior, 10U,
and Tuscarora and Balk Line, 112 iai.h.
Ihird race six furlongs. Gn'on d Or, Tolo
ache, and loots. 106 eaUi, Prime Minister aud
Curator, 103 oach. and Brendoo, 113
1-ourth race Ono and one-aixteonth miles.
Pittsburg, 97, Judith, 102. George Bet k and le
tomn, 1U3 each, nud the Ironmaster, 109
Fifth raio Me furloiua. Htbe-ca, 10. Tc
biu, 10S, Mary Lou, Lottio Alter, Jullikins,
Loaflet, Collins. Tenor, Corrio 1-sle, trnon,
and Minnncr Uoon, 110 each, and Miield lloarer,
fair Kathuone, orthos, and Suma, 113 each
First race Six and ono-Ualf furlongs. June.
Idaauers, Alvaretta, Mrgio D, Kiilulotto,
(. inder hal. May Kose, and Pisaro. 110 each, nd
Lucil!, Lthrt Dlikson. Corouno dOr. Awss
Murgias. Hilda Huj, Kittj Bell, 1 llio 1 , and
t-erta, 113 each.
'ecoudraie-Onemila. oodHeld 65, Scimp
and La Fieata,S7 each, Neutral and Miss Buck
ley, H2 each, Lanatus, 107; Leo Lako and Da
mask, M7 each, and fcah ador. 105
'lbird race One and one-emhth miles No
El ant Anita, 127. luomar. 112, Cicely and
Despot, 102 each, and Oakwood, 107
Founh race tine nnd one-quarter miles.
Hawthorue aud A ulture, 100 ouch. K ng Mac and
Janue, 97 each King Bora, Nephew, and Bob
o Lluk 13 each; Dungarven, 110, Blue Banner, L'7;
Calhoun. 94, Despot, 101, and iioj Del Mar, 10tn
fifth ra eOni mile nnd sevonty irda. Boll
Guard hhess, -oville, oulika. Arapahoe, and
Coustaut, 100 each aiuLLulu 1 , 110
Sxth race &een furlongs. Kirkoor, De
ceit, Morse, Osric, Miss Patton, Jake Johnson,
Bed Hot, Immilda, Onyx, axiihouo, Lyud
h rt,-h Lisbon, lhe DltilIer..Ia.H, and 1 u
cinda. 111 each, an ant, Mturo. llarrj
mith. The Spaniard Wirt Adam- Sau Gabriel,
S-imrock, and cir Go.rge, 114 oach, Dilia Paulus,
lhe Kitten, sir James, India, Gracie C., toll,
and lugador, 106 oach, Goteruor Palmer, Do
signer, and Koinus, 109 oach, Horry Myers, 100,
and Merritt, 96
Seventh race Seven furlongs. No Item arks,
Rioo, MoiiroMa, Bird s-eje, and Bojal 1 rinco,
111 each. Bui rolls Billet, oung rioti, and
Colouel , 114 each; Mulberri. 109 iylvnu and
B F Flj, Jr , 106, each, aud Dago, 10s
FOLLOWING THE "WHITE LINE."
Barrooms ncing Closed on Sundays To
pers o Go to Drug Stores
nnd Drink Alcohol
Forseeral Sundays past tho police hne
wondered at the large number of drunken
men who go staggoring through tho streets
in everj degree of intoxication, from a quick
step "tight" to .t tumble-all-oer-jourself
drunk, and the,j have conjured up in their
minds visions of prosperous "sponk-cnsies"
or bundaj bars as the source from which
thee streams of drunkenue-s proceeded.
esterdaj proed to be no exception to the
rule, and the police "spotted ' seeral drunks
in the central portion of the eit.
Sergt, Moore, of the Tirst precinct, was the
first officer to cot down to the roalitj of tho
The sergeant has diovered that tno prime
cause of so much Sunday intoxication is a
decoction know n among certain members of
the drinking fraternity as "white line." The
formula from which this mtoxii ant is made
calls for alcohol, two rarts. water, ono part,
peppermint, several drops as a flavor, nnd, if
it is necessary to gio tho stuff a color, burnt
sugar is uod
The cost of enough alcohol to make a pint
of "white line ' is onlj 10 cents, or for Scents
the dnnker can purchase two ounces of alco
hol, which will make a half pint of the stuff.
The cot of getting drunk on Sundaj, there
fore, is vry slight, nnd the police s.ij it is no
wonder Fennsjhanm avenue and other prin
cipal thoroughfares are occupied by sliakj
and staggering inebriates on eer Sabbath,
much to the disgust of chureh-goerjsand other
lesterdaj the nohco "kept a sharp lookout
on lhe "white liners," and where they found
a druggist Molating the Hw bj the reckless
sale of alcohol a warrant will be sworn out
for his arrest. The drinkers of "white lino"
use all sorts of diplonricj to get the principal
lusrredient for their awful compound. Some
will say to tho druggist "I wanUoino alcohol
to fill mj spirit lamp." Others want it for
use in achtflng dish, while some of the more
reckless and abandoned even go so f ir as to
declare that they are going to ue tho liquid
on tbe face of a corpse.
There are a largo number of men in Wash
ington who are becoming confirmed alcohol
drinkers, especially on Sunday when the bar
room doors are sealed, owing to tho strin
gency of tho now liquor law. lhe police tiro
in possession of information, it i. said, which
may lead to some racy developments before
the sun sets this e enmg.
'ROME IK POLITICS.'
Bitter Attack on the Catholics by ct-Cora-missioncr
MnMuroLin. Minn., Oct. 14. Gen. T. G.
Morgan, Indian commissioner under Mr.
Harrison, in an address before tho State
Baptist convention on "Home in politics,"
made a bitter attack on tho Catholic Church,
which, he declared, was a political organiza
tion. The Pope, he said, would soon try to
have the ablegate recognized at Washington
as an ambassador from a political sov
ereignity. He charged his hohnes with securing tho
defeat ofJHarnson on account of his adminis
tration of Indian affairs. Ho asserted that
ninety-nine out of every hundred Catholics
were "Democrats, only enough remnining l!e-publica-i
to keep up appear.mces He re
ferred to Archbishop Ireland as a man who
carries a Lnited States Senator in his est
pocket for convenient use, and added that the
archbishops of America were at this moment
behind dosed doors plotting against free
schools and tho tree institutions of America.
Sons of Jonadab Visitation.
Tho Urst of tbe series of - isitations by tho
sovereign council of tho Sons of Jonadab
took place at Pioneer Council, No. 1, Friday
evening, a largo number wcro present. Sov
ereign Chief H. W. Andrews made tho open
ing address. He stated th.it the order was
Btendilj growing, and felt -very hopeful that
it will soon go above the 1,000 mirk.
Trank J. McQuade, the doputj of Pioneer
Council, took charge of tho meeting John
J. Weed mado a stirring address He said
that over 25,000 names had been enrolled
on the books since tho order was
instituted, and while not moro than
800 were active memDers. hundreds remain
faithful to their obligation Cornet solo by
iihsE. Reynolds, of Centennial Council
Speeches were made by C. H. Moulton and
John Humphrojs llccitation bj T. A. Tlvnn,
of Potomac Council, of Harper's Ferry. Some
good remarks wero mado by J. J. nnj ro of
Goodwill; D. T. Brown, of Centennial
Judgo Joseph B. Nichols, Edward Mullen'
Thomas Maloney, of Hope Council; Dr.
.Tnsenh Dexter. .Tosonli W "TYmfnlo 'n t?"
Howling. O. S. Allen. Tho meeting was a
v ery pleasnnt one. The next -visitation will
uiixu iimw in xxdiiui. a J? criy on jsiiuruay
October 20. '
Pennsylvania Railroad Excursion Tickets
to A lrginia State reposition
For tho Virginia State Exposition the Penn
sylvania Railroad Companv trill soil excursion
tickets, Washington to Richmond and return,
until the 19ih instant, good to return until Octo
ber 21, inclusive, at the rato of $4, includldg ad
mission to grounds.
HAD GIVEN DP HOPE.
Surprising Rectnery of a Sufferer
from Blood Foison.
Casos Abandoned By Other Doctors
Successfully Treated By
"I have absolute confldenoo in Dr. Walker,
personnlly and professionally ," sold a promi
nent citizen or wnsning
t o n yesterday. "His
word is his bond, and
his power over disease
trenches upon the limit
of human science. In
deod, some of his won
derful cures liavo almost
suggested tho miracu-
A case in point is that
of Mr. J. Edward Hau-
,:2uou, the musi ian, for
r several vonrs .veil
known in vvnsnington.
"About n venr ago,"
said Mr. Hannon, "I took that dreadful skin
disease, eczem i, which turned into blood poi
son Several doctors tried to euro mo. but
everi one of thorn gave it up as a hopeless
case. I was covered with sores from head to
foot, had running sores nil over me. Mj con
dition in tho coursu of seven or eight mouths
became terrible, for I could noither eat nor
sleep, aud was totnlly uimblo to walk. I bad
given up all hope, whona fnond consulted
Dr. Walker, tho specialist, about tnj case. I
w is put under Dr. Walker's treatment and
began immediately to get better. In a week
1 was able to walk to and from his office,
and in a month I was entirelj cured. Dr.
Walker undoubttdlj saved mv life."
Ano'hcr conspicuous caso" is that of Mr.
George W Halliwnv.the architect of Balti
more. Mi. Hulliwiiy
savs- "I was a suf
ferer from acuto
Bnght's diseaso of the
kidnovs, heart disenso,
audsev ere prostration.
Dr. Walker nctunllv
cured me after a
dozen other doctors
had failed to do me
p irticlo of good. I
elieie llr Vn!Lrtn
bo the most skillful -sfo
phvsiciau in the United States "
There i. indeed, no 1 tek of evulenco of Dr.
Walker's skill in curing all d sorders of the
brain and nervous svstem, diseases of the
skin ind blood, consumption, entnrrh, asthma,
rheumatism, malarn, djspepsiu, female
troubles, seiual weakness, and all diseases
affecting tho heart, liver, stomach, kidnovs.
bladder, bowels, aud other organs.
Dr Walker may bo consulted freo of
charge, either personnllj or by letter. He is
permanently located nt 1411 Pennsjlvanm
avenue, adjoiniug Willard's Hotel. Ofllco
hours. 10 a. m. to 5 p. ni.. Wednesday aud
Saturdaj ovonings.7 to 8, Sundajs, 10 to 12.
Charges for treatment v erv low.
All interviews and correspondence sacredly
confidential. No publicity given to any caso
without the patient's consent.
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solid walnut case, perfect order; worth 90,
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ORSALE-GOLD FISHES, FANCY PIGEONS,
Mnging Conaries, Mocking Birds, Parrots,
Monkejs, Taney Poultry, Maltese and Augora
Kittens. SCHMID S Bird Stores, No 712 12th st
nw. aud 1221 Pa. ave nw oc9-3m
GOMPERS ON THE BENCH.
His Presence There Gave Great Offense
to Lawyer Hirschfiold
Nnw York, Oct. 14 Tho trial and dismis
sal in tho Jofferson Mnrket police court yes
terday of Dominico Sinano, Peter A. A.
Griedal,and Salvador Randosnl, charged with
conspiracy, was attended bj cin umstances of
unusual interest, in which Samuel Gompers
was the central figure.
The defendants had sent a message to G. Bor
gese. a tailor in tho employ of Deutsch Bros.,
the cloak manufacturers, requesting him and
other-attaches of the establishment to cease
work and go to an anpointod rendezvous
hDeutsch Bro. complained that tho defend
ants, who uro striking cloak makers, were in
a conspiracy to injure their business
During tno trial Samuel Gompers entered
tho courtroom and occupied n conspicuous
seat, but accepted au invitation of Justico
Voorhis to sit besido him on tho bench. Law
j erHirschfield, appearing for tho prosecution,
declined to leave the courtroom while Gom
pers was on the bench, snjmg his case might
bo injured m his absence
The labor leader diScavowed any wish to in
fluence the judge and stepped down. Later,
however, ho toid the defendants' attorney to
push tho cases, that lie was thero to see tho
workingmen get justice. Several minutes
after ho returned to tho bench, and Lawyer
Hirschfleld, -very angry, asked Justice Voorhis
to n quest Gompers to step down. The judge
Later Gompers advised tho defendants' at
torney to adopt a certain course aud Hirsch
fleld told Gompers ho was no man; that ho
was abusing his position and that he was
placing tho complainant at a disadvantage.
Gompers told the lawyer ho would not have
said that outside, but Hirschfleld did not re
ply. When tho case was concluded Hirschfleld
and ono of the complainants left the court
room indignantly, saving they had been un
justly treated, and would bo glndof an oppor
tunity to bring the matter beforo tho Lexow
Dispensary Decision toBc Appealed.
Columbia, S. 0., Oct. 14. The attorneys
for the citj of Aikon, against which a decision
was rccentlj rendered in the dispensary caso
by tho supreme court of the State, by which
the act was declared unconstitutional, have
notified tho Attorney General that they will
appeal to tho faupremo Court of the United
States They simply gave notice without
stating tho grounds of appeal or when the
issuo would bo joined.
WANTED A HORSE FOR HIS TEED TO DO
light work in coal yard
ocl4-3t No 135 12th st ne , city
WANTED-LADIES TO LEARN Mme. Well
ington's Ladies' Tailor bystom; drafts di
roct on tho material, call and investigate, this
system is so thoioughly taught that scholars,
after llnlshing, nro full) compotcnt to tuko
chargo of business for themselves or take laud
ing positions for othois. Positions at GOl 12th st
nw sccurou alter learning. ocT-amo
TTANTED-ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
nt Bush's now place, 8177th stnw. and
got a nice cold bottle of boer for 5 cents.
FOR BENT K00MS
27OR RENT 2 UNFUR. OR FUR ROOMS, 2D
. floor; boat, gas, and bath; largo porch; with
or without board, light housekeeping
oclB-Jt 1301 9th st nw.
OR 2 ADJOINING UNFUHNlJjHED ROOMS
for rent reasonably.
1716 F at nir
IJiOR RKNTr-TWO SUITES OF ROOMS, SEC
ond and third floors, with or without board,
vory reasonable ratos, convenient to throe car
lines Call nt 2U) Jd Bt se sol3-3t
TpORRENT IHRtE ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR;
JL1 water aud closet connect with kitchen; wood
shod aud ston room over shed, nico urd, 19 per
month to neat parties 709 16th st no ocl3-Jt
TrURNISIIhD ROOMS, WITH GOOD BOARD,
I rnncrvfin 11 f
1531 1 streot northw est,
Botweon 15th and 16th sts
T7 IRS! -CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS AT REA-
sonnblo prices, 717 Twelfth street northwest;
also tablo board oc7-lmo
Handsome office rooms in Tho Times
IJiiilclinc; moderate rent. Applj in Counting-room
FOR SALE HOUSES
IT OR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN, No 1036
1 16th stne, new 7-roum and cellar house,
lotl'xOI to alh j . easy terms, only $l,b00 RLD
I ORD W WALKER A. SON, 100b l uw ocl4-Jt
FOR S LE
St. VI RVL RARE BARGAINS
TERMS VERY EAS
Only $50 cash, balance payable J29 per month,
will buj a desirable brick dwe ling nt Lo Droit
Park, 0 rooms bath, and all mod imps , price.
53,200 WtblCOTT, WILCOX &. llltblON,
oc7-lmo 1907 Fa ave nw
FOR SALE DESIRABLE HOLSE ON CAIT
tol Hill, convt nient to cars and herdlcs, 6
rooms, bath, papered, and nil mod Imps., terms,
$100 cash, balance payable $20 por mo , price,
only $3 250 Apply to WESCOTl, VILCO &
IlIhblON, 1907 Pn ave. nw oc7-lm.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
UNIVERSITY nFIGHTS (North Brookland)
IS '1HE PLACE TO BUY FOR A HOME
Handsomo building lots ou wide, improvod
Streets, houses built to suit purchasers, small
cash payments, bnlnuco monthly, quick trans
portation to all pa-ts of tho city by cietrlc cars
For plats and lull information sno
REDTORD W. W-iLKEK X SON,
ocl4-3t 100Q F street
To build Choice lot on East
Washington Heights. Tho
Archibald M Bliss sub-division.
Long time, easy terms.
Wholesnle, TschifToll 's. 477 Pa. nvo. This now
tonic rapidly cured me of dyspepsia and nervous
prostration It is wonderful M DEPOILLY,
Ostrich I'eather Depot, 613 13th st oc3-eod,tf
BHNJO HND OUITRR
Quickly and correctly taught, $7 per quarter;
thirteen years experience Parlors open Jrom
10 a m. until 9 pm. GLORGL DKAEGLR,
se23-lm 01 K st nw
HOME FROM EUROPE MME RAPHAEL,
tho wonderful clnirvoj ant, tost nnd busi
ness medium, has wcudorful magnetic healing
power, gives advice on all affairs of life, on
hoalth, business, or love, brings harmonj out of
chaos, brings the separated together through
psychological power; ladies come and learn how
to rotain jour husband or lover; thoso desiring
a chnldean talisman or Persian and Hindoo, or
Egyptlnn charms come 015 E st nw , 2d floor
MME BROOKE TELLS ALL HIE EVENTS OF
. life All business conlldcntiaL Ladies and
gentlumen, 50c. each. Hourb,9 a. m to 9 p in.
tOj N Y avo nw , near 0th st ocl3-2w
MME FRANCIS IMS RETURNED AND
would bo glad to see her friends at 406 E.
Cap st Sittings doily from 9 to 9 Cards. 25c ;
sittings, 60c. ocl0-7t
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY M A WEAVFR,
proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw Tolophono 161S.
Laundry work in all its branches neatly exe
cuted at roasouable rates.
THE HYRDEST 1HE BEST
MADE OF PLTRE SPRING WATER.
Telephone 44 Olllco 1423 F st r w
GENTLEMEN'S FINE CLOTHING MADE TO
T order on liberal terms of credit, ofllco
hours 9 a. m to 5 30 p m. 1003 F st nw Rooms
5 and a ocl0-7t
SMALL KtPAIRS OF ALL KINDS TO FUR
nliuro etc, done at jour home: charges
trifling drop postaL A DENKER.
ocl0-7t 222 D at nw
DR. JANE H IRVING can bo consulted at her
parlors on all nffaiis oflifo, being a celebrated
business medium who has a reputation through
out the world for accurate and truthful readings
of tho Dast, present, nnd future events of your
life, through her wonderful Egyptian magnet c
charm, removes all evil influences and family
estrangoments, unites tho separated and causes
speedy marriages, brings success in your busi
ness affairs and tells when to make profitable
investments, no ono in tho present gonerat on
pessessos this power in a greater degree than
Dr Jano II Irving, who uses it only to tho nd-
intigo of tho human race and to aid those who
need tho knowledge, ladies may consult her
w ith confldenco on all diseases peculiar to their
Satisfaction by maiL Send stamp for circular
Ofllco nnd residence, 616 Fifth street northwest,
opposite Pension Ofllco, Washington, D C
1 his lad is indorsed by tho press, clorgy, and
public in genoraL ocS-tf
nlmes, Washington & Briggs,
604 Twelfth street northwest,
Wish to inform their customers and tho ladies
of Washington that thoy are proparcd to make
Dinner, Walking, Riding Habits,
Tdilor-made Suits, Etc.
They have secured tho services of tho best art
ists, and made arrangements with tho leading
houses of Loudon, Paris, and Berlin for styles,
and will executo all orders with promptness.
Ihoir customers have been the elite of this
country, whom thov have always pleased, and
will guarantee to suit tho most fastidious.
MMES WASHINGTON & BRIGGS,
oc7-3m 601 Twelfth st nw
PRflF HI AY CLAIRVOYANT TeLLS
I II U I l U LH I J PAST, PRESENT,
and future causes speedy marriages unites tha
soperatcd, tolls love affairs, losses, business
deals, and how to ovorcomo enemies, tolls every
thing, twolvo years established. Sittings 50
cents. Hours 9 a. m to 9 p m.; open Sundays.
4S9 H street, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth
Bts. s w oc6-lm
, DR. LEON,
467 C Street Northwest
OFFICE HOURS, 10 TO 1, 6 TO 8
LADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement, best medical treat
mont, babies adopted, fcmnla complaints
treated by experienced physician, confidential
Mrs Dr RENNER, 131 8d st n. a, Washincton,
O C JolO-iy
$Eaton, Burnett & Durling,
Business College and School of
Shorthand and Typewriting
12th and F Streets N. W.
Superior Advantages at Moderate Cost
DAY SCHOOL for those who can attend
NIGHT SCHOOL for thoso whoaro busy during
1864 EdllG8tiOIl f 0 T R6al UiBi 1894
j,or ( 0118 and Daughters. 'IhebnencerianBuB-
tor f ous and Daughters. 'IhebneucerianBua-
lness College, National Bank of tho Republic
building, cor 7th aud D nw Day and night sos
Bions SPENCERIAN, m the nationql capital
and throughout the country, is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career
lhe thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institut on begins Monday, September, 3, 1894.
Five departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, Lnclish,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Dclsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law,
Practical English, with lnit atonr bookkeepl g;
Shorthand and Typewriting, including English;
fapencerinn Rapid Writing, Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly
trnlnod teachers. Location central Offlceopen
every business day and night on and after Mon
day, August 6 Write or ca 1 for new annual
ann. uncoment. MRS. SARA A SPENCFR,
aulO-3m Principal aud Proprietor
In Sponcerian Business Collego Is now open for
tho reception of students Carpenters, builders,
mechanics, and students iti draughting who have
boon trained here have achieved remorkuble
success in thoir several lint s ns a direct result of
tho practical skill and intell genco thus ac
quired Department open Tuesday and 'lhurs
day ovonlngaof each weok from Octobers to
Julyl Further Information given at college
ofllco. 70S Dst n.w
selB-lm Mra SARA A. SPENCER. Principal
Medical Department opening nddrcss will be
delivered Monday, October 8, 1HJ1, 7 ji m. Regu
lat course commences at CiO p in. following
day lor announcements nddre
Dlt JOSEPH C ELLIS. Unon.
BegQ-tf 1457 14th st nw . W ashlngton. D. C.
riailE BERKELh Y SChOOL. 025 EIGHTEENTH:
JL stroet, will reopen September 21 Pupils
propnrod for West l'oint, Anuupolls for all uni
versities and s lentlflc schools; for direct com
missions in tho Army and Navy, and for the civil
service 'lwelvo students havo been success
fully fitted for vanouH examinations duung the
pust year Arrnngomeiits mado for private les
sons in all branches. CHARLES W llblll-R, B.
S , Head Master oc2-lmo
BANJO AND GUITAR.
E L HOWES
oc9-2w Studio 1J23 15th st nw (cor Masa. ave.)
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES IN MECHAN
Ical Drawing, Vocal and InstrumontaL
Music, Mathematics, Literature, and Languages
1610 19th st nw , W ashington, D C oc3-7t
THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY,
Rev SVMUELH. GREENE, D D . President
The PreparatorySchool opens Sept 24
lhe Columbian Collego opens Sept 24
Tho Medical School opens Oct 1
Tno Dental School opens Oct 1
Iho Corcoran Scientific School opens. Oct 2
The Law School opens Oct 3
lho School of Graduate Studies opens. ...Oct 4
LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
The non. JOHN M. HRLAN, LL. D ,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Professor of the Constitutional Jurisprudence of
tho United States, of the Law of Domestic Re-
laticns, of Commercial Paper, and of Torts.
Tho Hon. WALTER S COY. LL. D ,
Associato Justico of tho Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia,
Professor of the Law of Real and Personal Prop
erty, of Contracts, and of Crimes and Misde
meanors. Tno Hon. WILLLYM A MAURY, LL. D ,
Assistant Attorao General of the LTnited States,
Professor of Equity Jurisprudence, of Common
Law and Equity Pleading, and of the Law of
Tho Hon. DAVID J BREWER, LL D ,
Associato Justico of the Supreme Court of tho
Professor of tho Law of Corporations.
Prof. G II EMMOTT, A M , LL M ,
Of the Johns Hopkins University,
Lecturer on tho Civil Law
nENRY E. DAVIS, A M , LL JL,
Sometime Assistant Attorney of tho District of
Lecturer on tho History of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY, esq ,
Uf tho "WasLington Bnr,
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law
The Hon. WILLIAM EDGAR SIMONDS, A. JL,
United States Commissioner of Patents,
Professor of the Law of Patents.
The Hon ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
Associato Justico of the Supremo Court of the
District of Columbia,
Lecturer on Criminal law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice
W ILLIAJI G JOHNSON, LL. M.,
Of tho Washington Bar,
Professor of Legal Catrchetics and Judge of
For catalogue of theso several schools address
ROBERT II JURTIN,
SELEC1 SCHOOL FOR "iOUNG
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Addross, MRS. WJI D CABELL, Principal,
14S5 K st n.w
VOCAL. VIOLIN, PIANO
Lessons . "
J F RUECK.FRT,
1459 Fourteenth st n w.
Terms liberal. oc3-lmo
KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL, U25 Q
stroet northwest Miss Susan Pollock, pnn
cipaL 1 raining class for teachers. Refer
The National Homeopathic
JIEDICAL AND DENTAL DEPARTMENTS,
707 I STREET NORTHWEST.
Tho socord annual session begius Oct 15, 1S94
For particulars apply to the dean, A IL LEE,
M D,D D S.615 Pennsylvania avenue south
east, or at the college building
T7IMODUGHSIS, l&B I ST NW CLASSES
it organlzo Oct 1 Business tourae, lan
guages, English, physical training, Shnkespeare,
elocution, music, journalism, etc Terms very
rensonablo, especially for women. ADA L.
SMI III, Supt sel6-lm
MRS MANNS KINDERGARTEN AND
school and the Elizaboth Peabody Kinder
garten Normal Training chool, 191S Sunderland
placo, will begin fall aud winter sessions Octo
ber 1, 1SD4 oc2-2mo
A10TJNG JIAN'S OPPORTUNITY PRE
paro for active business by improvlug
mind and body at the "iOL'NG JIEN'S CHRF--1IAN
ASSOCIATION, 1409 New "iork ave. nw
Eveninu educational classes in ton practical
studios begin October 1, 1891 lhe Gymnasium
open every day and evening Como to the build
ing, see the equipment, and get the annual pros
Mandolin and Guitar
934 F st. nw., Room 3.
Washington, D C
II C BURCH, ifanagoc
THE OXFORD 14th st and N Y ave.
American plan, Si50 porlday and upwards.
European plan, $1 por day and upwards.aulb-lm
Pennsylvania avenue and 14th st nw
O G STAPLES, PROPRIETOR. aul6-lm
FOB SALE FARMS
GARDEN FARMS ON RIEB, NEAR CITY
and railroad, sold on $5 monthly payments;
advantages unsurpassed Apply to GEORGE T.
JIELVIN, Annapolis, Md. Jy3-eod 3mo
OR EXCHANGE WE HAVE HOUSES AND
lots in nil sections of the city for exchango
Apply WESICOTl', WILCOi. & HIEslON,
oc7-lmo ".007 Pa. avo.
A Well-Served Dinner
flarpens tho appetite and makes tho eating doubly enloynble. We're) fast Buh'linsaa
enviable rerutation on tho ex-ellence of our dinners. Beat of everythtac; exrjwfeitniy
cccked and well served. W e're making a specialty of early dinners from 11a.m. to 2 p.
m A splendid dinner for only 10 cents, late dinners, 50 cents. From J to 7. Ycucaa
uot eat good menls and ray less fr them anywhere
Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Sixth
ACADEMY Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c . and 51
Every Ev cuing. Wed. nnd Sat Matinees.
Including The Lucifors, Tom Browne. Billy Van.
"Jane," MissScottie Dunham, Amann, tho Jor
dan Family. Vll! Marguerite, andSandowl
Next Week STRLCK OIL, It
ACADEJIY OF J1USIC.
Immortality in the LicAhtof Br h
min . hilosophy.
ON SUNDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 21, S P. Ml
DR. HE1NRIGH HENSOLDT,
Formerly lecturer on Geology, Columbia Col
lego, N Y For cloven years a traveler in India
nnd tho East, and author of articles in tho
PRICES. 25c. 50c, 75c
Seats on salo at Box Office from Jlonday, 15th.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THE TFlt
AkL 1H1S WEEK.
The French Folly Co.
C. A. SAMPSON,
Tho Strongrst Man on Earth.
Next) HlDt'o COlfcDINS and
Week) HELENE MORA.-ocl3-8t
Q LB HUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Pa Edw. U Allen Manager.
kS Evenings at 8 Wed. aud Sat Mats at i
Jfa Priccs-$1 50. 1, 73. CO, and -ioc.
FAKbWELL lOUK F
In tho'r elaborate Shakespearean productions.
Monday, henry I, Tueadny, Richelieu, Wed
nesday matinee. Julius Cesar; Wednesday
nicht, Othello, Thursday, Henry IV. Friday,
Henry IV, Saturday matinee, Henry IV; Satur
day night. Richard III
Next week Robert Mantell In Repertoire.
CARROLL INSTITUTE IHLL,
Tenth street, above Now lork avenue.
Inaugural Concert by the
Carroll ins- tute Orchestra,
Mrs. Kittle Thompson-Be ry,
Mr t has. Moore,
Miss Claudia Mocr, Mr. Melville Hensoy.
Mr s Aunster, Solo Violinist
Cdumbia Mandolin Club
Wednesday evening, October 17, 1S94.
Admission, 50 cents. No reserved seats.
BeT5 BIJOU THEATER veek.
Usual matinees Tuei, Ihurs , and Sat
Everybody s ravorito Funny show, Prices,
PECK'S BAD BOY. 25c'
Nothing old but the name. 50c,
Next week Sadie Uason in a KEN- and
TCCKY GIRL ocl5-7t 75a
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
PUBBLIC St HOOLS, D C
The public night schools of the first six division
will open MON DA l EV EN I nO, October 15. ISM,
at 7 o'clock, at the following buildings Franklin,
Henry, VVallach, JeHeron, Curtis, Mott (col
ored), Hillsdale (colored)
The cooking schools as follows: 600 Ost nn ,
W allach School, Jefferson schooL
Night high school at the BusineS3 High School,
17th st, bet P and CJ sts nw
Information concerning admission and course
of study can be obtained by applying to the
primipnls of the schools nbove named.
ocl4--'t J G. FALL K, Secretary
RARE CHANCE YOUNG MAN WITH $500 CAN
secure interest fa established, good paying
busines. References exchanged. Address
RARE CHANCE, this office. " ocl3-3t
FOR SALE HOTEL CIGAR STAND ON PENN
sylvania ave nw
Good reason or seUing. Address
oc 12-3t L. W , this office
HOTEL PITNEY, ATLANTIC CITY, N J
N Y ave . bet Pacific and Beach; mod.
ronv ; $1 50 to si50 per day; 7 to 512 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC, BET N Y. AND
Tenn. aves.; mod. conv ; $1 2a to i per day;
$7 to $'0 per week. Sat to Moa ,$i75. CHARLES
J. DENTLER. y24-tf
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOirSECOND-nAND
S D HOUCK.
sepl3-lmo 301 10th st nw
LEG&L BLANKS LAW PRINTING.
1IIE LAW REPORTFR COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
518 Fifth st n.w M W -uOOltE. Manages
THE WASHINGTON LOAN
CASH CAPITAL, - 51,000,000
Monej to loan in any amount on shor
notice on approved real estate and collateral,
and at most reasonable rate-.
JOHN JOY EDSON. President.
. This compiny has money to y.
lean on Real Lstate, Bank, Gis vc
and Railroad Stocks, Bonds
and other acceptable collat- v
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St. SS
C I BFLL. President
and others whoso occupations prevent thorn
from making deposits duringregulir bank
ing hours will flud it convenient to visit the
Unicn savings Bank, 1222 F St.n.W.
which is open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
hotween the hours of 6 nnd b
(I our per cent interest on savings
SILSBY h GOMPHNY
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Corner 7th St and Pa. Ave
Telephone, 514. mhl9-lj
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN-i,000 ON IMPROVED REAL
estate for live years, at G per cent Interest.
To loan 13 000, $5 000, or $S 000 on improved real
estate nt b per cent mtorest
ocl4-3t A S CA1VVOUD, 033 9th st nw
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
turo, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c the
property will remain undisturbed in your pos
session: terms eisy, lowest ratos, private ofllcea;
all business strictly confidential you cm have
tho money tho day you apply for ii; payments
can ho made on tho principal at any tune, oach
payment mado wIU lessen tho cost of carrying
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO .
C02 F st nw . main floor. ocl3-lmo
MONEY LOANFD-ON STOCKS, BONDS
trusts, lifo insurance policies, svndicito
certificates, eta No delay if you have tbe se
curity YERKES & BAKER, 17 Sun Builamg.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany,will lend you W and upward ou furni
ture, pianos,horso3, wagons, &c,;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbed posses
sion, loans paid in part or in full at any time to
suit the convenience of the borrower, aud any
part paid reduces the cost of carrying the loan
in proportion to the amount paid WAijIUNG
aON MOR1GAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 P st
C. M. EMRICH,
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
La Every evening. Wed. and Sat Matinees.
AUGUSTIN DALl'S COMPN OK COMEDIANS.
Moa., Tues., W ed., Thur ev'gs. and Sat Mat
A NIGHT OFF.
FrL and Sat ev'g. and Sat Matinee,
Next Weok ADA REHAN it
ALBAUGH S GRAND OPhlti HOUSE.
SINDA EVENING, OCTOBER 1 A
THE JUBILEE CHOIR SINGERS.
Seats, So and 50 cents, now on sale tf
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLDB
on tn. grounds of tas
Grange Camp Association o?
Plveraeea will be run each day First rac9 at
2.30 P. M.
Trains will Iave Sixth Streot Depot at 1ZSJ
and 1.10 p m. Returning atiW and 5.10 p. m.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - 50 Cents,
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK-POOLS
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACING
EVENTS Trains leave B and P depot at 3 a
and 11 JO a. m.. 12:50, 1-48, and 3s p. m. Fifteea
minutes to Atoxaadno. D iviag Park station
near Alexandria. Va. Transportation re
funded to aM. patrons. aalS-3ra
-VfATIONAL LYCEUM COURSE.
-La (Metzerott Rail.
Ten Entertainments SLSO
Walter Damrwchs Lecture on Wagner; New
York Philharmonic Clnb; George Riddle, tho
shakeeperean reader; Mary Proctor's popular
lecture oa the Solar Sjswra: tbe Wesleyaa I ni
veraitv Glee and Mandolin Clubs; ProC Kagan or
Prof. DeMotte in their famous illustrated lec
tures; Jennie O'Neill Potter; the OHie Torbett
oncrt Company. Incladfas the Swedish. Sex
tet; the Ariel -extet or an equally attractivo
concert company: Lpwh H Finney's illust ated,
lecture on the 'dtones of the Nile.' December
3, 10, and 26; January 2, 9, 18, and 30; February 6
and 13, and March fi.
Subscribers cau obtain course tickets after 9
o'clock Monday morning. October 15, at Metzsr
ott's Music Store, 1112 F street. eel5-4t
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND
In Effect June 24, 1894.
100 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA. LIMITED Pnll
Btaa Laapannient Steeping, Dtateg. smoking,
aarf Observation Cars liarnaburg to Chieag j,
Cincinnati, Jndiaaapous, Cleveland, and To
ledo. Buffet Parlor C ar to Harrisburg
lfcA-M FAM LLNE PuUman buffet Parlor
Car to Harnsbnrg. Parlor and Dming- Cars,
Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3.15 P M. CHICAGO AND ST LOCIS EX
PRESS Pulanan Buffet Parlor Car toHar
nsburg. Sleeping and Dinins Cars, Harris
b rg t at Louis, Cincinnati, LouisviU, and
7.10 P M. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullmaa
Meeping Cars to Chicago, and Harrisburg
to Cleveland Dining Car to Chicago.
7 JO P X SOI Til WESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to st
Louis, and Sleeping Car Harnaborg tocia
vidnati. 10-4O P M. PACIFIC EXPRESS PnUmaa
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
750 a. m. lor Kane, Canandaigua. Rochester,
and Niagara Falls dsilv, except Sunday
ltWJO a. m lor i.lmira and Renova daily, except
Sunday for W illiamsport daily 3J5 p. m.
7.10 p m. for VV llliamsport. Rochester, Buffalo,
and Nlasrant. Falls dauv. exeent Satnrdav.
with sleeping Car W ashington to Rochester.
10 40 P M. for Erie, Canandaigua, Rochester, anil
Buffalo daily, and Niagara Fall daily, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Wasbingtun to
Elmira, and Saturdays only Vaaciagtonto
For Philadelphia. Now York, and the East
4.00 P. M. "'CONGREs-SION VL LIMITFD"
All Parlor Cars, wltu Dining Car from. Balti
more, for New 'iork daily, for Philadelphia
week days. 720, 7 .35 (Dining Car, 9:60, 9-40
(Dming Car), and 11-00 min car) a. m ,
li. 5, 3 15, 40, 10d)0, and 11 J3S p m. On. Sun
day, 70,75 (Dining Car), 9-fW, 11-00 . ir "g
C .i, a. m.. 1 15. 3J5,4?. 100. and 115 p.
m. For Philadelphia, only. Fast kxpreas 7u0
a. m waeK days. Express, 2a)l and 5j10 p. ra.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m. weei
(lav-, and 3.15 p. m. dally
For Baltimore 6.25, 7J. 70. 7 Jo, 9-00, 9-0, 10"00,
11 00, and 1150 a. m , 1S.15. AM, 3.15, 4 00 (lui
itl). 40. 1 36, 5 , tf 14, 7:10. 1W, Mh40, 11 13,
and 11 .35 p. m. On -unday, 7:29, 7e, 9-00, 9SK,
lOJO.ll-OUa. ra.,K.15.1J5.A01,SJ5,4i)0 Sm
iled), 4M, 5 40, 6J4, 7 10, 10 CO, 10-49, and 11.33
For Pope's Creek Line, 729 a. m. and 46 p. ra.
daily, except Sunday
For Annapoll, 7W, SrOO, and 11.50 a rcanl
40 p. ra. daily, except Sunday. Sundays, 0-OH
a. m., and 420 p m.
Atlantic Coast lino Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville and Tampa, 4:30 a. m.,i30 p m,
daily. Richmond and Atlanta, S.30 p. m. daily.
Richmond only, 1037 a. m. week days.
Accommcdation. for Quant ico, 7 45 a. m. daily,
and 4J25 p m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4J. o-. 7.45, S.40. 9 43. 107,
11 50 a. m., Ii30. 1:10, 3M, 125. 5rfX), 537, b 13,
b ft, 10-05, and 11.39 p m. On Sunday at 430,
7 45, 3 4o a. m., i45. BJ5, &:OS. and 101)5 p m.
Leave Alexandria for VV ashlngton 6 05, 43, 7-05,
S-00, 9-10, 10.1 , 10 a. m . laW, A15, 3:00, 323,
5-00, 50. 6J3, 7 00 7J0, 9 15, 10AJ. and 11 08 p.
m. O-i Sunday at tf M, 9-10, 1023 a. m , 15,
5,10, 7-00. 7a), 9 13, and 1032 p. m.
Ticket officee northeast corner of Thirteenth,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the sta
tion, Sixth and B streets, where orders can b
left for the checkim: of baggage to destination,
from hotels and residences J R- WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
S. M. PRtAOST. General Manager
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule in effect June 9, 1S
Leavo V ashiugton from station, corner of Neir
Jersey avenue and C street
For Chicago and Northwest, V estibuled Lim
ited express trains at 11 15 a m.,8-00 p m.
For Cincinnati, St Louis, and Indianapolis,
A estibuled Limited 3 JO p m. . express lilO night
For Pittsbur;r and Cleveland, express daily
11.13 a. m. andS.S5 p. m.
For Lexington and Stauaton, 11 15 a. m.
Por VV lnchester and -way stations, 5-30 p. m.
For Lurav, Natural Bridge. Roanoke, Kuox.
ville, Chattanooga. Memphis, and New Orleans,
1J03 nikht, dally, sleeping tars through.
For Luray, 3.30 p. nt daily
For Baltimore, week days, x4S 5-00, 6.33,
1710. sT JO. ts-0045-minuIeH. SJ. x9. (10-o
45-minutes) a m . S.U-W, xl-05, l,:15, s.i'20, (3. ij
45 minutes), 25, xJS. 4J1 x5 05. x510.x5-l
5 3j. xb20, 6 30.XS0O. b 15, x9 00, xllO, an-i
11 35 p m. sundavs, x42u, x7J0, (SA 45 min
utes) S. x90 a. in., X12.0J, xlJ 13, 1 00, xiJO,
MOO 45 minuted), AS, ii, i505, x510,tf.30,
xS 00, 10 00, xll J. 1136 p. m.
For Annapolis, 7J0 and 9J3 a. m.,l-.I3 and
4-JS p in. Sundays. SJO a. m.,4 U p m.
F'or Frederick, all.15 x m.. dJo, a!30, ao3
For Hagerstown. all 13 a. m., and ao JSO p. ra.
Tor Bot1 and way points, bO t!l p m.
I ForOaithersburg and way points, a6-0. aS-Oij
a. m , al 5U. aS 00, a43 b5 J5, b7 05, bllJO p at
For Vv ashington Junction and way points, r0 l0,
a9 JO a. m.. cl Ij p. nx txpress trams atoppmj
nt principal stations only, at 30, a5.30 p m.
I For Bay R dge, wees days, 915 a. m., 423 p.
m. Sundnvg, 9 35 a. in. . 130 and 3 15 p. m.
ROIAL BLi E LISfe. FO NEW IORK AND
i For Philadelphia, Now "iork, Boston, and the
Enst, dally. 4-5), b 0,J10-00 a. ra. ex Sun. Dinln x
Car), (12 00 Dming Car). 3 00 fo 06 Dining Cor ,
b-f0, (II 80 p. m. Sleeping Car open at 10-00
Buffet parlor cars ou all day trains,
t or Atlantic City, Cape May, Sea Isle City, ana
Brigantine Beach, week days.42tf and 10 a. ra.,
li noon. Sundays 4W o. m. and li noon.
aEx opt Sunduy bDady csnnday only. xEx-
I Baggage called for and chpeked from hotels
and residences by Inion Transfer Company on
orders 1 ft at ticket offices, 019 and 1J3I Pa. ava.,
and at depot,
It B. CAMPBELL. ( H V? O. SCULL,
imu. -iiauasec Oen. ass. AgoaJ.