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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1894.
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CUP SMTHG COMHEHT
23e Awwrican Bnscuall Association
Ivt Dead by Any Means.
PROJECTORS PUSHING AHEAD
XI IBfo Hagnates Aro Much Alarmed
Ow fce Sifcutsw The New Org&aiza
tiea Is OjB&etiy Being Gotten in Shape
;mL SvHttoK to Slasaom in tne Spring.
fhat the old kagae magnates are alarmed
over tlM baseball situation is evident to those
wio fceptefoned as to the ineide -workings
of tfeat oianiMUdB. It was no surprise tuat
tbe Barton dab came to terms with McCartby,
Tucker, and Stivette, yielding to their de
mands in order to get their names to con
tzMots. The Boston triumvir are keenly
alive to U necessity of signing their stars
before the new American Association is ready
vo go tato the market and bid for the serviced
of an unsigned players. It will readily be re
aiemberad tbe Boston people placed them
selves on record ae being determiuod not to
tteeede to tfae domands of any players for an
iaereaee in salaries, uat they have comedown
from their lofty perch and gracefully yielded.
Tee raw association will undoubtedly be a go
it energy and capital can make it Its pro
jectors ate not rushing into print just now,
tun. are quietly pushing ahead to complete its
circuit, and alter tne details are completed
they will be prepared to go before the public
and present tne claims of tbe organisation for
popular approval. Those who are disposed
to belittle tbe association should wait and
watch before committing themselves.
Owing to tbe general desire of the New
Yorkers who have been in attendance at the
St. Asaph ineetiuc to vote to-morrow there
wfll be no racing until Wednesday. Hoot of
the Gotnamitxs left for borne Saturday, but
will return Vteduefcday. In tbe meanwhile
tbe track will be worked into the best of
shape and made ready for the resumption of
the meeting. Having will go ou as usual at
the Alexander Island course, with large fields
and interesting contest-. The outlook for this
track is exceptionally bright, the attendance
Maine: big, and the number of horses largely
In excess of what was anticipated. It's an
ordinary thing (or tbe entries to a rare to ex
ceed the limit of fifteen, requiring some to be
thrown oat. A great advautae at the Island
com is tbe remarkable recuperative powers
of the track. AcoordiuK to experienced horse
men no other track in tbe country can be so
quickly gotten into condition after bad
Am interesting sparring entertainment is
promised this evening at Henry Theater,
Alexandria. Tony iftauuard, of Wilmington,
Del., will meet Jack Welsh, of Philadelphia,
in four-round bout, as also will Kite Peck
bam meet young Hogaa in the same number
of rounds. Tne event of the evening will be
a fifteen-round aad repeat go between Johnny
Boyle, champion ban; am-weight of New i'ork
State, and Johnny Glynn, champion of Dela
ware. Tbe admission will be cl to all parts
of tne house.
Oa Thursday evening next th Eureka
Athletic Club arena will be the point of at
traction for many, as a floe programme has
bee arranged. Theatar event wllbefor
twenty rounds or more for a purse of 1,500.
Tbe contestants will be Jimmy Handler, of
Newark, X. J-. who is a protege of Bob Fitz
Bimmons, and Walt Greenfield, of England.
The latter fe a nephew ot the old-time English
pugilistic champion of tbe t-ame name. Tbe
preliminary bouu will both be of ten rounds.
Alex Brown and 'iodey Banks will ouce
agattt come together, while Charley Hotaotab.
of Washington, will meet Larry McDonald, of
Massachusetts. Tickets for the exhibition
will be $2 each.
Oa November 15 Billy McMillan, well known
in this city, and Charley Campbell, of Balti
more, will meet at Httiry" Theater. Alexan
dria. Both men are in training, and reports
indicate their being in tbe best of condition
and eager for tbe fray.
Card for To-day.
hit vaee Four and, knit I urkwes.
. Omrm. MX Judex. Mom. Vt
6H Despatch 10 Clara Moll II.. 80
ON Kepetithm.... , m Chilly -8
m Hie Dude .... SO Bstciie 0
IJttte Jotonar. 5 1" Klamath... 105
m Sendees 90 j SM Smoke SO
Second race-Sx and a quarter for longs.
TmOm. Hone. Wt Index. Horse. WL
8H EHea a 90 (TOO) Lyceum 9S
MB IfarrB. 95 097 Annorean 101
7fi lallafe. 93
895 Detroit 95
698 OolddicRw.... fee
(OB) Dr. Johnson.. M
0B) Johnny 96
7K Lake.... US
7 Maefc. 301
6M Stiver (freest..
tS Gold Wave.... 86
TtoW race SIk and a half furioags.
Inder. Uorte. Wt Indtx. Horn. WL
ElTelacrafo.. 116 (59) Absconder.... Hi
MS Iceland 112 679 Kitujwood..... us
6T Maid KUdoe.. 112 ' G9S Ud (Jrnads.. 115
0M Ixwing Heart. 1M i 66 Arabi 1'asba.. 112
loi)Hh race Six and a naif furlongs.
Jader. Hort. WL j lntitx Hon. WL
709 JfillaL. m 676 John Duffy.... 117
099 Bonwey&ce... 108 Bare Devil.... 97
090 Akmeo 102 j
FHifc race Seven f ut longs.
ftofge. Hone. Wt.
097 PaoedeLeon. OS
m Tytura HS
OU Tommy LaUr. 94
090 Or't'raiSter... 10
m Jonn Winkle.. 107
OK BrichtEyes... l
646 BJHr Cotton.
70S Sim XrL'ghUa 101
Pleat race Estelkt: Prince Klaatata.
Seoeod race Johnny; Dr. Johnson.
ffihird caee El TeleRrapho; Uno Grande.
Koartb raee Julia L.; Atonao
mtXb race V onoe de Leon; Valkyrie.
Entries at Other Tracks.
At 2ferrgattflU Park: Pint race Six fur
iengs. Shadow Dance cult, 1 iti; Sir John, Herki
Bier, Milwaukee, Phyllis colt, Ablncdon, and
Cattaraugus, 104 each; John l'. Bronton, 111,
and ManohMter. 11&
(seoond race Five furlongs Pan way, Poly
dora, Trouble, Sun Welter. Hardy Fox, and Fi
elio. 107 each: Gosbainer griding, 109: Kiimtiou,
Molitaire, and Hiberuia tjueen, 10ei eacfa; Ten-l'p,
99: tormentor and Onward, 110 each: Dutch
Oven, Oxford, ddie, and Marguerite, 104 each;
Conductor McSweeuey. 108. and Pay or Play, I0i
Third race One mile. Kidelio, US; Mcolini
and Mariela, 72 each; Canvass, 104; Etdipee, 97;
Daly, 85, and Aasycnee, 113.
Fourth race toix furlong. Carnation, 92;
Milan, 107; First Light. Hi; Favora, 107, and
Bene and Queen of Pleasure. 92 each.
Fifth race One and one-eighth miles. Bine
Garter, 95; Plenty. 106; The ueen, MB; W. B ,
1; Mendicant, 105; Marshall, 110. and Connors
fibctfe race One and one-qu-trter miles
Steeplecnaee. Emperor Otho, 12; Chevy Cbaae.
J; Priae, W6; The Rat, 13S; Kin John, 136.
fcnot and Marcus, 1S7 each, and Mara and
First race Six furlongs. BobKeetor. El -a
DougkiM, Jovial, Jim Mctitrire, &Ud, Mar- K
M., and Jennie Miles, 102 each: Jim Henry icil
lua. Pirate King, Eldorado. Harry Weldon, aad
Early Rose, 107 each, and Bayard, 110.
Second race Seven furtouga Leaflet, Ada,
Bowie. Vigoer, aadLamor, 101 each; Conjecture,
IDS, aad Buffet, 109.
Third race Seven furlongs. Charity, MM;
Fred Gardner, 104; Michel, 105; Peabody, 105;
Probaeoo, US; Yellow Koe and Voorhefe, 114
each, and Mordoite, 115.
Fourth race Six furlongs. Tenor, 97; Good
win, MM; Vernon, Gath, and John Kessler. 104
each; Basso, Hollywood. Puma, and Gakra D'Or
305eeai, and Dominion. Utt
Flftli race-One mile. Giorlanna, Judge
Payne, AletiiU Allen, and Mtlaburg, 97 each;
Oaea aad Crevaeee. 100 each; Promenade, 105;
Tcaveree. MS, and lutus, 114.
Sac,wlo,x fuMts. Springvale, Hlm
yara,Do1y DimpUj, Vouy Fuse. Lakoto. Alto
June, Mias L., ami IVInkle, 10S each; King
Henry, 109; Contest and Cerro Uordo, 110 each;
lucatan, 112, aad Bd GarUand and Envy, 114
ni13tSS!??x far,0Be8 Ptarry Myora, Sprile,
?f2" Nlra. Hacienda, Helen. Men
ij,riKMi, ana aiinnie asclu, 110 each.
jnwa. Dr. Hjird. and Freddie L. T . OS each
I552b " Hto" '' 103 ea h- &nd Janus. 101
-,ZT eaee hix lurloups leetH av, Mips
t!2Ja"a ajra,teeViiie, Maiden I'et.En
ceaM FaOeMon Laaa, 109 each.
SftmMli reoe Ose aB aad seventy yards.
Bvanatus, 9B; Young Arlon, Percy and W Ulle L.,
Mtt. and Cicely, 10S. .
Fifth race Six furlongs. Mndollno.97; Con
sistent. Victoria. Oscnr, and Somersault, 115 each;
nod Llbortluo, 11&
Sixth race-Five ftirlonga J. J. Doiiglnss,
Gold Sjtec, Lopros, Lyon, Jack Fnrrel, and
Weola, 97 each; Dick llehan, Black Jack, and
lluthven, 100 each: Harlora Uot and Walkover,
101 each, and Mainstay, 103.
FATTEST BABY ON RECORD.
She Weighs Nearly n Pound for Every One
of llcr Fifty-six Weeks
Just think of a baby n year old and weigh
ing fifty-two pounds a bright, plump liltlo
girl, who is the prido nud admiration of the
parents and all thoir friends.
Mrs. 11. H. Bailey, of No. 497 31 street south
west, is tbe mother of the babe that has created
no end of sensation in the neighborhood since
Young Miss Bailey slio can scarcely be
called little i3 moved about ia a specially
made carriage, as tho usual kind would be
crushed by her weight. The smallost baby
ever heard of weighed at birth niuo ounces,
and it is safe to sav that the child of Mrs.
Bailey is the biggest ever heard of at her age.
To be exact, this chubby Utile creature is a
year and four weeks old at this time. There
Is nothing extraordinary about tho sizo of the
parent, tho father weighing 1M) pounds.
This weight is mostly muscle and sinew,
however, as Mr. Bailey is quito tall.
The mother of the girl tips the beam at 1G1
pounds, and is proportioned to correspond,
without giving one the impression that she is
what is tnned n stout woman. Jliss Bailey
has a brother who is six years of age, but of
quite normal ize.
After her debut into this world tho esti
mated weight of tho buby was about eleven
Kundg. Then began n steady ami rare ilesli
taking process. At lx' months the ehi.d's
weight was thirty-five pound. For the Ilrst
time the Angularly rapid development was
noticed. Yt hen sven inontli old live pounds
had been pained. At eigiit months she
weighed forty-three and one-half poumR
In the ninth month tho little gi 1 cut four
teeth, and remained tationniy so far as bur
weight was concerned. Forty-live pounds
was her record at ten mouths, at cloven
months forty-six and a half, and at twelve
Twelve teeth have lieen cut by tho child.
Sever during her Mfe has she leen fed on
pateut foods, hating been nourished natur
ally. She has not yet been weaned. Tho fat
little creature, as 'roly-poly as a butter-ball,
moves about and plays with astonishing ease,
oousUeriug her size, and already can talk a
While her sisters of the same age all over
the city suffered from the ailments peculiar
to children duriag hot weather. Miss Bailey
enjoyed exceptional health. All doctors look
upou ber as a wonder, and her airings are
always a source of excitemot in tho neigh
borhood. CRIME IN MODERN CITIES.
Interesting Address bv Rev. Adolos Allen
at the First Presbyterian Church.
A goodly congregation attended tho even
tide services at Dr. Sunderland's First Pres
byterian Church last eveuing and enjoyed a
service of song by the male quartet choir, ns
well as a short sermon by liev. Adolos Alltn
on "The modern eity." Mr. Allen's text was
from Genesis xi:5: "And the Lord came
down to see the city aud the tower which the
ehldreu of men btiiided. 'I he speaker said
the center of the world's life and of the na
tion's life is the city. It is the mightiest force
at work in our day in human society. It is
the bear: of the " body iwlitic and out of it
mot emphatically are the issues of life. The
salvation of tbe city, therefore, is llrst In or
der if the towns, villages, and hamlots are
ever to be redeemed.
"The first city on earth wa3 built by Cain,
the murderer. lie called it after his llrst
born son, Enoch, which means 'imitating,'
and from that time we date the beginning of
the centralization of human vice, misery, aud
ail wretchedness which has characterised
every city since the days of Cain, aud which
at this hour challenges the church of Je-us
Christ, and stirs the soul of every thinking
man to its depths.
If the Lord cams down to see the city
built in tne plain of Shinar, with its tower, I
am quite sure ne is not indifferent to the
modern city and the lofty towers of iniquity
built by men here in America, chiefly the one
called Sew York, the metropolis of the great
est nation ou the ulobe, but a dark blot upon
our fair name and upon nineteenth century
civilization. The eyes of the world are ou
tbat city, aud men of pure thoughts aud high
ideais, everywhere, are standing on tiptoe of
expectation'waiting to know the issue of next
"Ue hope for the redemption of that city by
tbe ballot from the control of thieves anil
moral !eers. If it is. the ellect will be felt
throughout the length ami breadth of the
laud, so important is the city in our national
"An American city to-day is a collection of
indigested, unassimilated humanity. It is
too much the refuse which Europe has
thrown out of her kitchen and dumped at tho
front door of America, where it is piled up in
a Polish quarter, an Irish quarter, an Italian
quarter, to its work of destruction, and to
produce all the ills that arise from a bad case
of social indigestion.
"In Xew York, according to ex-Mayor
Hewitt, b0 per ceut. are foreigners, represent
ing thirty-seven nationalities and speauing
eighty different dialects. The recent dis
closures in New York tell us how that city
has been and is in the clutches of those who
ought to be behind prison bars instead of in
official positions aud wearing the uniform of
the sworn guardians of tne people.
"Philadelphia, in some respoets a model
American city, is so in the lianas of tho
machine that only within the past few months,
after one of the fiercest conllicts ever waged
by pulpit. peopI. aud the newspapers, were
thousands of dollars saved from going into a
"The crowded tenement of tho modern city
is the hothouse of physical and moral dis
ease, and yet -12 per cent, of all tho dwellings
in New York in 1S90 were tenements. Chil
dren have no place to play but in the streets,
privacy is unknown, and the absence of light
and fresh air adds to the horror.''
The reverend gentleman closed his interest
ing discourse with the hope that "righteous
ness shall yet rule in all our cities."
Death of .lime. Pciaruc.
Mrs. Marguerite Mario Delnruo died at
Brookland last evening in tho eighty-ninth
year of her age. Born in vino-clad Franco,
she had been a resident of Washington for
nearly fifty years, during which time she had
seen many ebenges. Sho was a perfect
treasure house of interesting reminiscences.
Mme. Dclarne was a noDle, true woman. Her
generous and sympathetic nature had won
for her many friends. No person in distress
ever appealed to her in vain. One daughter
survives her, Miss Leonide.
Republicans and Democrats
Alike will want Wednesday's Times. It will
contain tbe best and most complete storv of
the battle ot the ballots fought tho day before;
told precisely, accurately nnd comprehen
sively, and without bias. The incomparable
service of the Associated Press, supplemented
by The Times' own corps of special corre
spondents, will enable it to present to the peo
ple of Washington on Wednesday morning a
clearer idea of tho situation than can any
other paper. The Teues is only 1 cent.
Work of Toting Miscreants.
The carriage of Mr. W. M. Wheeler was
stoned by a number of colored boys near Six
teenth and E streets southoast about noon
yesterday. Mr. Wheeler was struck on the
faco by one of the missiles, causing a painful
wound, which was dressed by Dr. Brown.
Tho bone was also struck on his foreleg and
Small's Chrysanthemum Exhibition.
The annual chrysanthemum exhibition of J.
H. Small A Sons, Fourteenth and G streets
opens to-day. 1 lie rarest and choicest blooms,
orchids, roses, ami artistic decorations will
mnke a most beautiful display. The exhibit
will be tbe finest ever seen In this city. That
well-known Hrm is pre-eminent in it line, and a
rare treat is in tt. .re fo- all visitors. Tho exhibit
is free and will be open all the week.
DRAMA OF ANOTHER SORT
Production of "Madame Sans Gene"
Hay Be Interfered With.
MR. F1T0U PLAYS PEACEMAKER
Called Upon to Sottlo an Old Controversy
Eetween Union Men and Manager Allon
Tho Formor Threaten a Boycott on Al
bauga's Theater Union lion May Qo Out
Whethor tho scenory of "Madame Sans
Gene" shall bo shifted by union ot non-union
men is n question which has been bothering
Mr. Augustus Pilou nnd Manager Allen, of
Albaugh's Opera House, somewhat for tho
past day or two.
This question was raised by tho executive
board of local union No. 92, of tho National
Alliance of Stage Employes. It has been
settled for the present adversely to tho local
At the last meeting of tho Fodoration of
Labor, which was held October 23, a boycott
was placed upon Albaugh's Opera House.
Tho boycott was not put in force immediately.
It was held in aboyauco until final efforts for
a settlement of matters in controversy be
tween tho union aud Manager Allen could bo
No settlement has been effected. Manager
Allen has not como to terms with tho union
and tho boycott will bo declared in iorco at
There is a long story back of tho action of
the Federation of Labor. Last Juno a local
branch of tho National Alliance of Stsgo Em
ployes was formod here. Since that timo Mr.
Allen has steadily declined to comply with tho
demands of tho local Stage Employes Union.
Ho lias been approached irequently with tho
same invariable resuit.
When the produc-tion at Albaugh's Theater
of "Madame Sans Geno" by ouo of Mr. Pitou's
companits was announced, tho oxecutivo
board of tho local union thought they saw an
excellent opportunity to bring some influence
to bear on Mr. Allen that might effectively
aid thoir cau-o. Mr. Pitou is a friend of or
ganized labor. Ho employs nono but union
stage bauds in his productions. It occurred
to tho local union men to ask Mr. l'ltou to ar
gue their case with -Mr. Aden.
To this end Mr. J. B. Feuton, president of
No. 22; P. A. Byan, chairman of the oxecu
tivo board, nud" Adam Johnson, another
member of the bonrd, sought aud obtained
an interview with Mr. Pitou at tlio Itandali.
Mr. Pitou received these gentlemen with his
usunl courtesy. They presented to him tho
d'sirability of avoiding'a boycott by having
his production handled by union stage hands,
and suggested thnt his influence with Mr.
Allen bo used with tho view of having tho
threatened boycott lifted.
Mr. Pitou replied that under his contract
with Mr. Allen ho was compelled to produce
his piece, the only condition being that com
petent stage hands should bo furnished by
Mr. Allen. If Mr. Allen's present force should
provo incompetent, Mr. Pitou explained, it
was within his power to insist thnt tho incom
jwtents oo replaced by men able to do the
Tho local union is not quito through with
Messrs. Pitou and Allen. Mr. Pitou carries
with him four stage hands who aro union
men. During the pnst week Mr. Pitou has
received an intimation from Secretary Glou
ney, of the National Alliance of Stage Em
ployes, whoso headquarters are at Chicago,
that unless matters are satisfactorily arranged
here his four union stage hands may be called
out. The local union is in constant com
munication with headquarters, and has as
surance that any action recommended at this
end of the line will be nppoved and backed
bv the national organization. It is therefore
within the bounds of possibility that a labor
drama will bo enacted at Albaugh's to-night
instead of a Napoleonic intrigue.
Manager Allen, however, laughs at this
"There isn't tho slightest troublo between
mo and tho union," ho said. "I simply will
not treat with them "
As a matter of fact, tho scenery of the first
production of "Madame Sans Geno" will have
one of the most expensive and elaborate stage
mountings ever seen in Washington. Mr.
Pitou has been working hard ou tho prepara
tions and it is believed that ho will go to any
extreme rather than allow any delays in tho
seene shifting to-night.
PETITION OF INTERVENTION.
A Baltimore Bank Interested in the Suit
Against the Sanitary' Company.
Tho Equitable National Bank, of Baltimoro,
has filed its petition of intervention hero in
tho suit of Carter against tho National Sani
tary Company, of Baltimore, which collects
It shows that tho bank has been a creditor
of the company from a timo previous to its
erection of buildings here, and has held in
surance policies and trusts to cover tho debt.
It asks thnt the bank's claim may hold agains
K. F. Turner, A. L. Javeau, T. B. Ferguson,
C. S. Carter, G. It. Nutt. and J. M. Fox, who
are indorsers on tho company's notes to tho
It is asked that tho suits now pending
against tho company bo'consolidatcd. thnt tho
receivers, John L Middleton and Matthew
Adams, bo restrained from further using tho
money collected for insurance that thoy be
required to account for such money already
used, amounting now to more than $C,C0D.
and thnt the assets of tho company bo sold nnd
tho money equitably distributed.
It is statediu tho'bill that tho insurance, a3
adjusted by tho insurance companies,
amounted to .$29,027.63. Tho bank has re
ceived 614,095.45 nnd claims a balanco of
6C.9S8 on its notes, beside 'cost of litigation.
Hill or .Morton?
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Frank Burnside and wife on Saturday mort
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No. 103 H street northwest to secure tho pay
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Architectural Drawing, iull corps of thoroughly
trained teachors. Location central Ofllcoopon
every business day and night on and aftor Mon
day, August C Wrlto or ca'.l for new annual
ami' uncemont. MRS. SARA A. SPENCER,
aulu-.1m I'rincioal and Proprietor.
"THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY
Kov. SAMUEL 1L GREENE, D. .. President.
The PreparatoryPchool opens Popt 21
1h t flombian College opens Sept 21
The Medical N-hool opens Oct. 1
The Dental School opens Oct 1
Tho Corcoran J-eientille School opona. Oct. 2
'I he Law School opens Oct '!
The School of Graduate Studies opens. Oct. 4
LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
Tho non. JOHN M. HARLAN, LL. D.,
Associate Justice of ths Supremo Court of tho
Professor of tho Constitutional Jurisprudence of
the United States, of thn Law of Domestic Ro-
liiticns of Coniinorcl.il Paper, and of Torts.
Ihe Hon. WALTER S. COX. LL. D ,
Associate Justice of the Supremo Court of tho
District of Columbia,
Professor of tho Law of Real nnd Personal Prop
erty, of Contracts.'aud of Crimes and .Misde
meanors. Tne Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D.,
Assistant Attorney General of tho United States,
Professor of Equity .Jurisprudence, of Common
Luw and Equity Pleading, and of the La .vol
Tho Hon. DAVID J. BREWER, LL. D.,
Assoclato Justice of tho Supremo Court of tho
Professor of tho Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. II. EMMOTI", A. U, LL M.,
Of the Johns Hopkins University,
Lecturer on tho Civil Law
HENRY E. DAVIS, A. M., LL M..
Sometlmo Assistant Attorney of tho District of
Lecturer on tho History of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY, esq ,
Of tho Washington Bar,
Lecturer ou Practical Commercial Law.
Tho Hon. WILLIAM EDGAR SLMONDi, A M,
LL B., '
United States Commissioner of Patents,
Professor of tho Law of Patents.
Tho Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
Associate Jusllco of tho Supreme Court of tho
District of Columbln,
Lecturer on Criminal Law and oa Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL. M.,
Of tho Washington Bnr,
Professor of Legal Catcchetlcs and Judgo of
For cataloguo of these several schools address
ROBERT H. MARTIN,
Mandolin and Guitar
934 F st. nw.. Room 3.
f EGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
LJ TUB IW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
GIF Fifth n.w. M W. MOORE. Manager.
LOST ON SATURDAY, NOV. 3. LEATHER
bill book containing Instalment leases of no
uso oscopt to owner. Howard if returned to
nol-at J. A. SjIITH, 312 D St. ne.
HOTEL F1TNEY, ATLANTIC CITY, N 0.
N. Y. ave., bet.' Pacific nud Beach; mod.
ronv.; Sl.fiO to $2.50 per day; $7 to $12 por week.
rfOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC, BET. N.Y. AND
"ionn. avos.; mod. conv.; Jl.23 to ii: por aay:
17 to $10 por t cek; Sat to Mon,
Hoarded at Home
in safes and left idlo in banks repre
sents a considerable loss to tho owners,
for It would bo onrning Interest if de
posited with this company and yot bo
subject to check.
by locking your vnluablo papers and
Jewels in ouo of tho safo deposit boxes of
this company, whre fire cannot burn
them nor thieves cannot stoal thorn. $5
up per year, according to sizo.
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
C. J. BELL, President
nnd others whoso occupations prevent tham
from making deposits during regular bank
ing hours will find it convenient to visit tho
Union Savings Bank, 1222 F St, N.W.
which is open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
between the hours of G and 8.
(Four por cent, interest on snvlngs
SILSBY 1 GOMPKNY
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL,
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Corner 7th St nnd Pa. Are.
J Telephone, OIL hl9-lj
WANTED SEVERAL PRESS FEEDERS;
(ladies preferred). Address Box L., this
A good advertising solicitor for weekly
journal; liberal commissions. Apply Room B,
Wurdor Building. nov5-lt
SALESMAN OF FIVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE
wants a position of any kind: Add ress
nol-Ot This office.
WANTED-PERSONS WISHING EASY, 1'RO
lltnblo homo work aro invited to let me ex
plain tho attractions of crayon portrait making.
Address "ARTIST," 800 Eloventh street n. w.
agents able to write sick benefit business
on special torms Call at room 9, K13 F St. nw.,
before 10 a. m. nnd aftor 4 p. m. nol-3t
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting; work guaranteed.
NAT. EL'BBER ROOF PAINT CO., 1023 8th nw.
nil old V. S. stamps, for which will pay
high cash prices. Will call or Bend my address
on request. W. J. Wallter. P. 0. box 257. novl-7t
TXJANTED-LADIES ,fO LEARN Mjie. WASH-
V ingtou's Ladies' Tailor Systom; drafts di
rect on the material; call aud Invostigato; this
system is so thoroughly taught that scholars,
aftor finishing, aro fully competent to tako
chargo of business for thomsolves or take lead
ing positions for others. Positions at 601 12th at.
nw. secured aftor learning. oc"-3mo
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CaLL
at Bush's new plnco, 817 7th st. nw., and
get a uico cold bottle of boer for a contn.
rpHIS IS TO INFORM MY FRIENDS AND CUS
! tumors that I, John D. Kingsbury, am no
longer In tho employ of Reinhardt (dry goods
house), 910 7th st. nw. noi-lt.
VTKC?Ss.lIEADQUAia'ERS MARYLAND DEMO
yi CRATlc VOIEite!
All roglsterod Democratic voters In Maryland
residing in the District of Columbia aro re
quested tocall at 912 Pennsylvania avenuo north
west from 7 to 10 p. m to make arrangemonta for
voting on Nov. 0. Full information wlU be given.
FOE KENT ROOMS.
I7OR RENT 933 O STREET NORTHWEST,
throe furnished rooms on second floor: one
largo room, four iMudowa, south front, with or
without board. Terms reasonable. nov4-3t
I BURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOM
for gentleman nnd wife; suitable for light
housekeeping with gas stove; location central.
Address S. K., this pllice.
FOR RENT 2 NICELr FUR. ROOMS, COM
muuicatlng or single; closets, gas, and heat;
good, cheap board nrar; bet. car and herdic
Hues. CnL 1418 Corcoran st. noS-St '
7 7IOR RENT TWO WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS,
i ouo large and one small; reasonable price;
to gentleman only. No. 91S Rhode Island ave
nue. Roforeucos. noS-tf
BOARDERS BOARD AND ROOMS CAN BE
secured by four persons In private family
at COO .M street northwest; hoincllbe and pleas
ant; references. no3-3t
C STREET SOUTHEAST A NICELY
furnished room on second or third floor; board
If desired noS-3t
A Bright and cheerful furnished rooms; ele
gnnt home; references exchanged
oc30-7t 120C K st. nw.
77IRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS AT EEA-
t sonabln pricos; 717 Twelfth street northwest;
also laoio uoaru oc.-lmo
Handsome office rooms in The Times
nulldinc; moderate rent. Apply in Count-ins-room.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
"T7OK RENT BRICK HOUSE. 4 R; WATER,
X f ower, and s:ovo; roar of 1413 S st. nw.. Let.
14th aud 15th, S st. aud Pierce place; 10 per m.
Apply 121C b st nw. no4-3tj;
FOR SALE OR RENT.
TF YOU WANT A nOUSE LOOK AT THESE
J. bnforo you buy or rent.
1327 21st st nw., nearly new, 10 rooms.
3S. 10. 42, 4K. 48, and uO M sL nw., bet. North
Capitol nnd Iht ; all new U and 10 room houses;
nicely furnished. I will sell these houses very
cheap and on easy terms.
10th and F sts. nw.
I 7 OK SALE
? SEVERAL RARE BARGAINS
TERMS VERY EASY
Only ?S0 cash, balance payablo J20 per month,
will buy a desirable bri-k dwelling at Lo Droit
P.nrK, (rooms, nam. nnu al. mod. imps.; price,
S3.200. WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON,
oc7-lmo 1907 Pa. ave. nw.
17OR SALE-DESIRABLE HOUSE ON CAPI
. tol Hill; convenient to cars and herdies; 6
rooms, bath, papered, and all mod. Imps.; terms,
$100 cash, balance payable 820 per mo.; rrice,
only 3,200. Apply to WESCOTT, WILCOX A
HIESTON. 1907 Pa. ave. nw. oc7-lm.
MONEY TO LOAN.'
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FUIINI-
ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c; the
property will remain undisturbed in your pos
session: terms onsy; lowest rates; private offices;
all business strictly confidential; you can havo
tho money tho day you npply for it; payments
can bo mndo on tho principal at any time; each
payment made will lessen tho cost of carrying
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
C02 F st. nw., main floor. ocl3-lmo
MONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
trusts, llfo insurance policies, syndicate
certificates, otc. No delay if you have the se
curity YERKES A BAKER, 17 Sun Building.
7 ASHING ION MORTGAGE LOAN CO.T
V T pany.will lend you $20 and upward on furni
ture, pianos, horses, wagons, Ac,;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbed posses
sion; loans paid in part or in full at any time to
suit tho convenience of the borrower, aud any
part pid reduces the cost ot carrying tho loan
in proportion to iho amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, G10 P st
C10R. 13TII AND G STS. NW. THE ROCHES
' tor Roo ms, $7 to $25; table b'd, ?20; tran
sients, $1.23 to $1.50 per day. oc27-mo
Washington, D. C.
If. C. BURCn, Manager.
Pennsylvania avenue and 14th st nw
O. G. STAPLES, PROPRIETOR. aul6-lm
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Doing fair business.
1503 Ninth Stroet northwest
FOR SALE CHEAP A FIRST-CLASS MAGIC
lantorn, with full outfit of slides. Address
LOUNGES, 82.50; COOK STOVES, 55;
boaters, $2.50; oak desk, $5; $1 por week for
bedroom nnd parlor suites. REDMOND'S CASH
AND CREDIT HOUSE, 813 7th st. nw. no3-7t
ONE OF THE BEST CASH GROCERIES IN
South Washington for sale cheap, including
horso nnd wagon. Inquire at 12G G st sw., bot
1st nnd 2d sts. no2-7t
OR SALE-GOLD FISHES. FANCY PIGEONS,
Singing Canaries, Mocking Birds, Parrots,
Monkeys, Fancy Poultry, Maltese and Angora
Kittens. SCHMID'S Bird Stores, No. 712 12th st
uw. and 1221 Pa. avo. nw. cc9-3m
IT OR SALE SG.COO; BUSINESS PROPERTY S.E.
corner King nnd St Asaph sta, Alexandria;
best location In city; now renting for $600.
not-3t Apply to W. W. CI11LDS, 1723 G st
Washington's prettiest suburb, situated on tho
Pennsylvania Railroad, within a few minutes
rido of tho city. Station on property. Commu
tation almost as low as street car faro, 6 cents.
Wo will glvf you your choico of any lot (for the
next few days only) for tho low price of $50,
oither cash or installments Excu sions dally
at 11:50 a. rn. Circular and tickets at office, 623
F etroet northwest.
A Satisfactory Dinner
Is the universal verdict of all who've tried our celebrated 50c
table d'hote dinners with wine. Exquisitely cooked and
served and bountiful in its variety. It's a revelation to the
man who's tried us for the first time.
HOTEL EMRICH On the Avenue, between 4 & 6th Sts
THE CHORAL SOCIETY
Under the direction of
Convention Music Hall,
RESERVED SEATS, 50, 75, and
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
i Eyery evening; Wed. and Sat matinees.
Next Week THE BOSTONIANS. no5-tf
RLBAUGH'S grand opera house
EDWARD IL ALLEN Manager.
Ul Evo. at 8, Wed. and Sat Mat at 2.
IB Prices, 31.50. 51.75c, 50c, andSoc.
Sardou's European Success,
Madame Sans Gene,
(MADAME DON'T CARE).
Under tho direction of Augustus Pitou.
Next week "Tho Great Brooklyn Handicap."
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THEATER.
THI.1 WEEK.Matmees Tues , Thurs., and
Sat Prices, 15, 25, 50, and 75.
MISS ADA GRAY
In the New East Lynne.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Election returns will be read from tho stage
HIGH CLASS. REFINED.
Next Woek-M AY EODWARD CO. noo-6t
T. G. Roberson, Charlottesville, Ya., writes: P.
A. Comp saved my life. Try a bottle. All
druggists soil it Wholesale.
oc3-eod,tf TSCHIFFELLY'S, 477 Pa. ave.
AKRIVAL OF COUNTESS HABEBA, FERSLiN
Seeres and Prophetess, Trance, and Busi
ness Medium. Don't fall to consul: hor. She Is
wonderful, assisted by Prof. TASCO, the great
Clairvoyant and Healing Medium. Parlors, !2B
st nw. hours. 9 to 12 a. m., and 1 to S p. ra., ex
cept Sunday and Thursday afternoons.
STELLA, QUEEN OF THE GONZALES TRIBE
of cypsles. Reader by palmistry of the llv3
no4-3t No. 1S58 Sth st nw., cor. T.
MRS. T. IL HALE, TEACHER OF MENTAL
Science Healinc, will take a fen- patients.
Consultation free. Hours, 1 to 6 p. m. 125 A st ne.
Mrs. E. McNeil.
OUSLNESS AND TEST MEDIUM,
1914 Pen. ave. n. w.
Card reader and trance medium; gives Ufa
from cradle to grave; sittings dally 9 to 9; cards,
25c; trance, 50c 406 E Cap. st. oca07t
JACK FROST IS AMONG US NOW. YOCE
need of a suit or overcoat can be easily sup
plied by coming to ns for an elegant one slightly
worn, at a price unheard of before. Come and
see us. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D strent nw.
MME BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
. life. All business confldentlaL Ladles and
gentlemen, 0c each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
UJ5 N. Y. ave. nw., near 6th st oc2S-2w
TF YOU HAD SICKNESS OR DEATH IN YOUR
X house have your feathers, mattresses, .ceil
ing, walls, renovated; best work: low prices.
CONTINENTAL CARPET CLEANING CO.,
oc23-6mo 1411 N. Y. ave.
CARPETS AND RUGS OF ALL KTNDS
cleaned; sewintr, fitting, and laying with
promptness: low prices; Insured asainst loss by
Are. CONTINENTAL CARPET CLEANING
COMPANY, 1411 N. Y. ave. oc2S-mo
No charge Tor exaraininc tho eyea
Your headache may bo relieved or
eyesicht improved. Tho Finest
French lenses in nickle mounting,
SI. Tho same in steel mounting;, 50c.
Cheap spectacles and eyeglasses properly ad
Justed from I5c. up.
oclb-3ma A. KAHN, 93j F st nw.
ADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement; best medical treat,
ment; babies adopted; female complaints
treated by experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs. Dr. KENNER, 31 B st n. a, Waahlnjrton,
D. C jelO-ly
RS. DR. RENNER
Has removed from 131 3d st ne. to No. 34 3 st
ne., Washington, D. C oc23-lmo
FREE DENTAL INFIRMARY DENTAL DE
partment of Columbian I nlverslty. 1325 H st
nw. Open daily from 1 until 5 pm. All operations
atcoat of material used. Extractiusfree. ocl9-3m
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY MA WEAVER,
proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry wort In all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable ratea
rpKEMBLY, EEGILDING AND PICTURE
JL frames, has removed from No. 919 Est n. w ,
to No. 512 10th st n. w., opposite Ford's Thea
DR. JANE H. IRVING can bo consulted at her
parlors on all affairs of life, being a celebrated
business medium who has a reputation through
out the world for accurate aud truthful readings
of the Dast, present, and future events ol your
life, through her wonderful Egyptian magnet c
charm; removes all evil influences and family
estrangements; unites tho separated and causes
speedy marriages; brings success In your busi
ness affairs and tells when to make prontablo
investments; no ono in the present generat.on
pessessoi this power in a greater degree than
Dr. Jano II. Irving, who uses it only to the ad
vantage of tho human race and to aid thoso who
need tho knowledge; ladles may consult her
with confidence on all diseases peculiar to their
Satisfaction by malL Send stamp for circular;
Office and residence C16 Fifth street northwest,
opposite Pension Office, Washincton, D. C.
lhis lady la indorsed by the press, clergy, and
public in general. ocS-tf
Mmes. Washington & Briggs,
CM Twelfth street northwest,
WIsh'to inform their customers and tho ladies
of Washington that they are prepared to make
Dinner, Walking, Riding Habits,
Tailor-made Suits, Etc.
They havo secured tho services of tho best art
ists, and mado arrangements with the leading
houses of London, Paris, and Berlin for styled,
and will executo all orders with promptness.
Thoir customers havo been the olite of this
country, whom thoy havo always pleased, and
will cuarnntoo to suit tho most fastidious.
MMES. WASHINGTON A BRIGGS,
oc7-3m 604 Twelfth st nw.
i I'AST, l"Kt3tX,
and future causes speedy marriages unites tho
seperated, tolls lore affairs, losses, business
deals, and how to overcome enemies, teUs every
thing, twelve years established. Sittings 50
cents. Hours U a. m. to 9 p. m.; open Sundays.
489 II street, between Four-and-a-hahT and Sixth
sts. s-w. ocO-lm.
467 C Street Northwest
OFFICE HOURS, 10 TO 1, C TO 8.
FOR EXCHANGE WE HAVE HOUSES AND
lota in all sections of tho city for exchange.
Ajiply WESTC0T1, WILCOX A H1BSTON,
ocT-lmo 1207 Pa. ave,
MISS LILUAN' BLAUVELT. Soprano.
MISS FLORENCE A. STIDHAM. Alto.
MR ANTON hCUOTT. Tenor.
MR. EMTL Fli-C.iEK. Baaft
PEABODY SYMPHONY OKCHJSSTEA,
Mr. JOSEF KASPAR,
Wednesday Eve., Nov. 7.
81, at Droop A Soni. 923 Pa. Ave.
ACADEMY PRICES. 25. 50, 75. AND $L00L
Wed. and Sat Matlneos, 25 and 50c.
TIM MURPHY. GEORGE PJCUAEDS, AND
la Carleton's Comedy,
Next Week Uanlon's Speht&cle, FANTASMA.
Under the auspices of tho Whole-
sale Grocers Association,
WiU open at
MONDAY, NOVEMBER i
and continue thre ww-ks.
Lectures and demonstrations
every afwraf on by
MISS HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON,
Editor of "Table TalS."
rzMnskj by a s-eleet orobestra
afternoons and evenings.
ADMISSION TO ALL, &
THEMCMS we mean.
them, and ours is a superior showing.
We have lots of Pretty Rosea and Carna
1irflinia JoGkeu GlUb
ST. ASAPH, VA.,
Until Wednesday, Nov. 7,
Convention Music Hall.
One Night Only, Tuesday, November 5.
IN A GRAND OPEARTIC CONCERT,
With tho following artists:
Mme. Sofia Scalchi,
.Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra.
Sis. BEYIGNANI, Conductor,
Under the direction of
ABBEY, SCHOEFFEL & GRAW,
GRAND CONCERT PROGRAMME
Of Choke and Famous Selections and the FIXta
Presented with Scenery and Costumes.
SCALE OF PRICES 31. 31.50, 58, A S.Z-0.
Reserved seat sole commences Thursday No
veraber 1, at 9 a. ra., at Droop Sons' M s.t
Store, 9S8 Pa. ave. oc3:-t
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK POO'S
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACIN5
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot asi3
and 11:50 a. ra.. 12:50, I:H, aad 3:20 p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria Drrruig Park statin,
near Alexandria. Ya. - rrassportation re
funded to ail patrons. auo-oni
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
cc the grounds of th
Grange Camp Association o?
Five races will be run each day. First race st
2.15 P. M.
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.53
and 1.40 p. ra. Returning ato.M and 5.40 p. ra.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - 50 Cents.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND
In Effect June 24. 1894.
10-.30 A M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-PalM
man Compartment Sleeping, Disiag. Smokig,
and Observation Cars Harrisburg to I lucago,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Cleveland, and To
ledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harxiaburg:
10:30 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Buffet Parlo?
CartoHarrisburg, Parlor and Dining; lata,
flarriabcrg to Pittsburg.
SU5 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS Pullman Buffet Parlor Car tc-ILar-nsburg.
Sleeping and Diniae Cars. Harr-s-bi.:;
to St Louis, Cincinnati, Louis vilis, and
7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS Pailmaa
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harriswuj
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chieaga
7:10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dinlnj Cars to be
Louis, and Sleeping Car Harris burg to Cut
cinnatL 10:40 P. M- PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman
bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 a. m. for Kane, Canaadaigua. Rochestop,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday
1030 a. m. for Elmtra and Renova daily, except
Sunday. For S illiamsport daily, 3:li p. nv
7:10 p m. for Wllllamsport, Rochester, Bu3aiO,
and Niagara Falls datly. except Saturday,
with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P. M for trie, tanandaigua. Rochester, and
Buffalo aaily, and Niagara Falls daily, exeps
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Elmlra, and Saturdays only Washington t
For Philad-lphin, New York, and the East
4.00 I M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED"
AH Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Ba. W
more, for New York dally, f er Phlladelpt a
week days. 7:20, 735 (Dining Car), 9 00, J.bi
(Dining Car), and 110 tuuuj Car a. m.,
12:5, 3:15, 4s, 10?), aad 11:35 p. m. On .m-
day, 7:20, 755 (Dining Car), 90, 11:00 .u .g
Car, a. m., 12:15. SOS, 430. 109, and 11.35 p.
m. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7 j3
a. m. -week. days. Express, 2al and 5:40 p. ra.
For Boston, without change, 730 a. m. weei
days, and 3:15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimoro 6;25, 7.20, 7 JO. 736, 9:00, 9:40. 10-.:a,
11.00, and 11:50 a. m.. 12:15. 2d)1, 8:13, 4:00 lim
ited). 4:20, 4;88, 5:40, 6:14, 7:10. HWXJ. 10:40. 11 .3,
and 11:35 p. m. On funday. 73), 735. 9 K), 9-03,
1&30, 11:00 a. m., 12.15. 1:13. 2.-0I, 3:15, 4.00 Jim
ited), 4:20, 5tfOt 6:14, 7:10, 10:00, 10:40, and 11.31
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:20 a. m. and 4255 p. ra,
daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 753), 9:00, and 11:50 a m. , and
4:20 p. re daily, except Sunday. Sundays. 9.00
a-m., and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for EkhmonJ,
Jacksonville and Tampa, 4:30 a. ra., 3:20 p ra.
dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:80 p. m. daily.
Richmond only. 10.37 a. m. weei days.
Accommodation for tiuantico, 7:45 a. m. daily,
and 4i5 p. m. weefc days.
For Alexandria, 4:80, 6:35. 75, 8rt0. 9:43, 1C.37,
1150 a. m., 12.30. 1M0, 3:20, 4:25. 5:00, 57, 6.13,
b.02, 10:05, and 11:39 p. ra. On Sunday at 430,
7:45, 9sl5 a. m., 2:45, 5:15, $.02. and ttk05 p m.
Leave Alexandria forWashington:05, u.43.7-93,
6.-00, 9:10, 10:1,, 10:23 a. m 1:00, 2:13, 3.0O. 3 23,
5:00, 530. 6:18. 7.00. 7:20, 9.15. 1032, and 11. f bl
m. On Sunday at :43, 9:10, Hk2a a. m , 2.13,
5:30, 7:00. 7:20. 9:13, and 1032 V-ra.
Ticket ofaces northeast corner or Thirteenth,
street and Pennsylvania avenu. and at tho sta
tion. Sixth and B streets, where orders can bo
lot t'for the eheekine of baggago to destination
from hotels aad residence J. K- WOOD,
General Paoaeager Agaa
6. M. PE2Y0ST, General Manager.