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TELE WASBXNGrTOJST TIMES,- SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1895.
THE SUNDAY Til
EAD OF THEM ALL
LAUNCHED UPON LIFE'S SEA
Howard University Turns-Out Many
Doctors and Druggists.
Boston Gathered Up Seven Runs
in the Seventh inning. '
ES SPORTING PAGE
We'd like to show you our $2.40
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There's money saved on every hat we
VHf I QAI7 IT OUR S2.40 HAT WILL COST
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$ HENRY FRANC & SON,
Secretary Hclntyre and Treas
urer Kirk Stand Firm.
BIG FOUR CAUSE TROUBLE
Foreign Pool Boom Probably at tho Bottom
of It All Jim McLaughlin Eas a Lucky
Bay Lands Three Eaces, Including tho
Bine Eidge Stakes Wernberg Was in
Pino Form Doggett and Penn Bide "Well.
The perfect spring -weather attracted
a large crowd to the St. Asaph track yes
terday. The bookies did a big day's busi
ness, but got the worst end of it, as four
favorites succeeded in lauding the money.
Jim McLaughlin had n lucky day, as
he captured three out of the six events. Dog
gett piloted all of them to victory. He and
Penn divided five of the races between
them, Keefe riding the -winner in the last
There is an attempted frost in progress
in the inner circles of the Virginia Jockey
Club, and Secretary Mclntyre and Treasurer
Kirk are the ones who are picked to be
"When there was some talk of entering
the "WVbterH Congress they were down on
it from the very first, aud were in favor of
strictly adhering to the jockey club rules.
There is one faction connected witb the
management who were ready to Hop to
the Western association at once, and who
wt re In favor of allowing the foreign pool
room to run la defiance of the jockey
cljb's order to close it at once.
Mclntyre and Kirk would not hear of it
and hence the row. Mclntyre wiys he will
net be ousted, but there is a chance that he
M'LA.UGHLIK'8 GOOD COLT.
The event of the day, the Blue Ridge
stakes, of $1,000, for three-year oids and
LI nrds.wascapturedby JimMcLaugblin's
good colt, Wernberg. He wasahotfavorite
throughout the betting, going in the post
at 4 to 5. Copyright was played o some
extent at fours, with Capt, T iext In de
mand at sixes. The latterdid not f an to be
fit and ran a very poor race, Liif-hing a
When they finally got off Wernberg
rushed to the front and opening up a big
gap made a perfect show of Ills field.
Swinging into the stretch he was six
lengths in front of his field and won in
a gallop By four lengths. Sandowne, a
CO to 1 shot, was second, a head before
Copyright, who ran a very poor race.
In the first event, which was at six
and one-third furlongs. Watchman was
most fancied. He opened at 2 to 1, and
at post time was a point shorter. Curious
was said to be a good thing, and all of
Use touts had a dollar on her at 15 and
30 to 1.
Tancred beat the flag and cat out the
runningthe whole trip, leading clear to the
last jump, where Tuscan came up and in
a heart-breaking finish, won by a short
neck. Golden Gate was third two lengths
CAME BACK AGAIN.
Nothing daunted by their poor luck in
picking a winner, the talent came back
pluckily, and those who did not play
Wah Jim or Lallie Eastin put their money
on Miley, who was backed from six down
to 4 to 1. It was by far the best betting
event of the day.
When Jt came to racing, however, it
proved an easy thing for Wab Jim, who led
all the way, and wonlij- a length from King
Gold, who was a liead in front of Miley.
Yice Regal was made a hot favorite in
the third race, going to the post at -4 to C.
A. plunge on Cadiz forced her price from
6 down to 5 to 1, at which price she
closed. Lamleut was also played, and
doBed at sixes.
The favorite was beaten iarly in the
race, as he got off badly and was hhutout
going around the turn. Lambent beat the
flag by an openlength and they :idd rter
rcaia him. Vice liegal came fac at the
end and was only beaten three inns of a
Crowded wlto-good opportunities.
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length after running fourth the -..Im: trip.
Cadiz finished a poor third.
It loured as it McLaughlin had another
race as good as won with St. Michael,
even if he was giving away lumps cf -wight.
He opened at 7 to 5 . but was uuickly forced
to even money. A big plunge o'i Romping
Girl forced her price from 15 do ,vn la 0 tol.
ANOTHER FOR JIMMY.
Ornus piloted the way clear to the head
of the stretch, where he quit badly and
faded away to nothing. Romping Girl and
St. Michael came through and the latter
drew away at the end and won by an
open length. Bound Brook, a 12 to 1
shot, came fast in the last fifty yards and
captured second money from tho "good
thing," Romping Girl.
The last event was a corker, thirteen
"being ca riled to start. The tip -7aa George
Dixon, and he closed at 11 to 5, w'th Little
Matt next in demand at 4 to 1.
Tho start was fairly good for such a
large -rield. Solitaire showed in front,
going past the stand the first prue, and
held his advantage to the lo ? turu,
where Penniless, an 8 to 1 shot, got his
head m front, and hanging an like n bull
dog, was only beaten a shoitliead hy George
Dixon. Cass, a 4 to 1 shot, was third.
How the Horses Ran.
Weather fair. Track good.
QC First race Six and ono-half furloncs.
OO Three-year-olds. Selling. Purse, 8.150.
Time, 1SSV Z.
Ind. Horse &Wt. St. 4 St Pin. J'ck'y. m.
55 Tuscan. 301 4 2n 2n In R. D'gett b
(BJ) Tancred, 101 1 1-J1 2- Ponn 0
04 Golden Gate, 10J. 5 3u 3S 35 Koefo 5-2
(40) atehtnan, 107.. 6 5 4 4 Rein 0-5
73 Curioup, 33 7 C 5 5 II. Urown 15
79Deno.Itt 3 S 7 6 Welch 40
Van Urunt, 102... 9 9 3 7 FInnlgan 40
22 Phoehus, 103 b 7 IS 8 Naeey 20
(47) Silent Friend, 103 2 4 8 9 Lltt'fleld 15
fctnrt good. Won driving.
07 Second race Fivo furlongs. All nges.
O Heavy haudicap. Purse, $2j0. Time,
Ind. norso & Wt St Ya. St Fin. J'ck'y Bt
75 Wah Jim, 116.... 2 1 IV It Docgett 3-2
King Gold, lot ... 5 5 3 2h I'eun 4
lilley, IDS 1 2i 2t 3 Littledeld 8
78 Lottie Eastin, 10G. 3 4 4 4 Reiff 10
Hainiiiie.nO C G C 5 Keefo 3
High Point B, 110 7 3 5 6 Clerlco 8
iir John, 103 4 7 7 7 Scott 4
Stmt fair. Won easily.
Q Q Third race Ono-half mile. Two-year-OO
olds. Selliug. Purse, $250. Time, 0.50H
Ind. Horse & Wt. St Y St. Fin. J'ck'y. Bt.
05 Lnmher .107...... 1 In In H4 Penn 6
(C5)VIceHecal,110... 3 4 4 Itt. BoKgett 4 J
Gl Cadiz, 103 2 2h 3 3 Reiff 5
(CS)MissLivah.l04.. 4 35 2t,4 KO'LearyG
23 Pearl Brock, 97.. 5 G 6 5 II.Brown 101
SeaGull,97 6 5 5 6 Keefo 8
Start fair. Won driving.
QQ-Fourth race Seven furlongs. Bluo
O i7 Ridge Stakej of $1,000. Three-year-olds
and upward. Time, 1:23.
Ind. Horse & Wt. St i St. Fin. J'ck'y. Bt.
(Ij9) Wernberg, 111... 4 iy 16 If Doggett 4-5
69 faudowne, 109... 3 3iv 2n 2h Midgloy 50
(S3) Copyright, 107... 2 G 5 3 Nacoy 4
(58j Charade. 109.. .. 6 5 3n 4 Rein" 40
(45) Marshall. 110 7 7 7 5 Litt'fleld 12
Gl Owlet 105 5 4 4 6 Tenn 10
70 Car.tainT107... 1 26 7 Keefe G
btart good. Won galloping.
Q( Fifth race Six and one-half furlongs.
2jJ Three-year-olds aud upwards. Selling,
Purse, 230. lime, 1-234.
Ind. Horse &Wt St. l St Fin. J'ck'y. Bt.
73 St Michael, 11G ..2 3 3 Ik Doggett 1
84 Bound Brook, 110 5 4 4 2' ilidgley 12
S3 jtomplng(ilr,92. 4 2i !JJ 3' 0'teary6
56 Jack Rose, 111.... 3 5 G 4 Lit'Iefl'ld 6
G7Ornus,110 1 l?i lh 5 Penn 4
TC TtYnA- in r r. n n Cnsit-
"6 Fidcet, 111. 7 6 5 G Scott
73 St Vincent. 97.... 6 7 7 7 Keefo 40
btart good. Won driving.
Qt Sixth race Six and one-half furlongs.
"? I Threc-ycar-olds aud upward. Selling
Furse, $230. Time, 1:43.
Ind. Horse & Wt St Vi St. Fin. J'ck'y. Bt
3S Geo. Dixon.105... 7 3n Si lh Koefo 11-5
Penniless, 111.... G 2U lh 2 4 Blaylock 300
Cass.107 9 10 3h 3n Scott 40'
60 Plenty, lOi 12 G 4 4 Sheody 15
(G7) Kilkenny, 107... 10 9 7 5 Reiff 6
73 Nockbarren. 104..11 11 6 6 Nacey 30
78 Solitaire, 10S 2 lh 5 7 Lit'lell'ld 10
52 Lady Adams. 100. 1 6 8 8 Colmer 50
74 LittloMatt, 103... 5 7 9 9 RDoggott 4
Bandit, 109 3 S 11 10 Midgley 5
(73) WillFonso, 111.. 8 4 10 11 Penn 10
LongHrook,110... 4 12 12 12 Doggett 8
Knapp, 107 13 13 U 13 Clerico 30
Start fair. Won driving.
HuHeliall game to-day In full In tho
Sunduy Times. The bent account.
"Wallace Knocked Out.
Boston, April 19. Patsey Reardon, of
Lewiston, Maine, and John Wallace, of
Cambridge, Mass., ex-amateur champion
of New England, met before the Lafayette
Athletic Club this afternoon. Tho bout was
for fifteen rounds, but Wallace was put out
at the end of tho fourth round. The men
fought at 125 pounds.
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WAS VERY EASY
Center Fielder Abbey Electrified Thirteen
Thousand People By Bis Catching and
Throwing Crooks' and Nicholson's Fine
fhowing Cartwright Carried Off Bat
ting Honors Score, 11-6 and Boston Won.
(Special to The Times.)
Boston, Mass., April 19. Undoubtedly
what was thogreatcst League attendanccin
an opening game saw the Bostons best
the Washingtons to-day in a highly inter
esting and exciting game.
The visitors put up great ball up to the
seventh inning and had a handy lead up
to that time, but in that inning Joyce made
.an unfortunnto error and Stcckdale was
pounded in every direction, the Bostons
making seven runs and assuming a lead that
was not wrested from them to the end.
So great was the crowd that it lined the
outfield, and it took over half an hour
to force the throng back. Ground rules
were agreed upon to the effect that every
ball batted or thrown into the crowd should
be good for two baEes only. This rule af
fected both sides about alike.
ABBEY'S GREAT WORK.
The fielding of Nicholson and Crooks was
superb, both making some magnificent
btops, while Abbey electrified the crowd by
his catches and 'throwing? Cartwright led
his side at the bat, making threo doubles.
The weather was simply perfect for ball
The Bostons elected to take the bat and
failed to score. Joyce sent the ball into the
crowd for the Washingtons, took two bases,
and reached the plate on Lowe's fumble off
In the second inning both sides went out
in order. The Bostons did their first scor
ing in tho third Inning. With one out,
Stivctts hit a new ball for two bases, aud
bcoreu on arsiugle oir Lowe to center. The
latter was doubled up with Long on a
rattling double play In which Nicholson,
Crooks and Cartwright figured, and which
was enthusiastically applauded.
In fact the Wabhingtons could not com
plain of any lack of warmth on the part of
This tied the score, but the visitors
quickly forged ahead. Stockdale was
given a "lire" on a poor throw Sf Joyce.
Nicholson bunted for n sacrifice, aud Stiv
etts threw poorly to first. Then Abbey,
who had struck out in the first Inning, sent
the ball over the left field fence: for a home
DIDN'T SCORE AFTER THE SIXTH.
In the fourth Cartwright opened with a
double, aud made third with but one hand
out, but was left. In the fifth Collins made
a double with one out, and took third
on a poor throw of Stockdale to second,
when he hart his man surely cut off. Nash
sent a long fly to center, aud Collins
scored. That left Washington two runs
In the fifth Joyce led off with a double
and reached third with one out, only to Jie
caught between third and home on Selbach's
effort, and run out.
In the sixth Long sent the ball over the
left field fence for a home run. Duffy
followed with a hit, but was thrown out
on a beautiful throw of Abbey, trying for
second. Washington scored two runs In
the sixth on doubles of Cartwright, Crooks
Iu the seventh, with one out, Ganzel made
n hit, and Stlvetts was safe on a poor
throw of Joyce. Lowe singled, sending
in two runs. Long made a double, and
Duffy was purposely given a base on balls,
filling the bases. McCarthy hit for two
bases, as did Collins, the twin sending in
four runs, while Collins scored on a. single
Washincton failed to score after this,
though Cartwright opened with a double
in the eighth, when Stivetts made a hit,
took second on a base on balls given Lowe,
and reached third and home on a sacri
fice and out-field fly.
Boston: A.B. R. H.P.0.A.E:
Lowe. 2b 4 12 12 1
Lone. s. s .-. 4 2 2 3 10
Duffv.Cf 4 12 1 O O
McCarthy. 1. f 5 12 4 0 0
Tucker, lb 4 0 0 8 10
Collins, r. f .. 5 2 2 0 0 0
Nash. 3b 5 0 15 11
Ganzel. c 4 114 10
Stivetts. D 4 3 2 J. jt 1
Totals 39 11 T4 27 10 3
Washington: ' A.B. R. H.P.O.A.E:
Nicholson, s. s . .. 4 1 0 2 G 0
Jovce.3b 3 12 0 2 1
Abbev. c. f 5 1 5 1 0
Seibach.l. f 4 0 1 1 0 0
Hassamaer. r. f 5 0 110 O
McGuire.c 5 0 0 10 0
Cartwncht. lb 4, 1 3 14 0 0
Crooks.2b 3 113 5 0
Stockdale. o 3 110 11
Totals 3G G 10 27 15 2
Boston 00 10117 10-11
VA ashineton 10 3 0 0 2 0 0 06
Earned runs Boston 5. Washincton 2.
Two-base hits Lone. McCarthy. Collins 2,
Stivetts. Joyce 2. Cartwncht 3, Selbach.
Stockdale. Crooks. Home runs Lone. Ab
bev. Sacrifice hits Long. Stockdale.
Nicholson. Joyce. Pirst has" on balls
Tucker. Duffy. Lowe, Selbach, Joyce,
Stockdale. First bas on errors Boston
1. Washington 3. Loft on baEess Boston
5. Washineton 8. Struck out Abbey.
Double plavs Nicholson. Crooks and Cart
wncht. Time 2:06. Umpire T. J. Keefe.
JJiHtViiU -rame to-duy in full in tho
Sunduy Times. The host account.
KXEITj WAS KAST.
Pirates Found II Im TJarly iu tho Game J
nnd J,uly Was Substituted.
Louisville, Ky., April 19. Pittsburg
had no trouble in defeating the home team
to-day. Knell pitched tho first three in
nings and the Pirates took so kindly to
his curves that Luby was substituted.
The ex-Chicagoan succeeded in keeping the
hits pretty well scattered, but the game
was already lost, as the home team could
not bunch their hits. Hiftfield was hit
on the arm by one of Hawloy's swift in
shoots and had to retire from tho game,
Glasscock taking his place. Shugart's
throw from deep center, catching Sten
zel at the plate, was a feature. Weather
fair. Attendance, 1,500. Score:
xouibv. it. n.ro.A.E. nttsv. it. hLpo.a.e.
Bwce'y, rf. 0 1 0 0 O Don'v'n, rr. 0 1 0 0 0
n'n,'n.!h.O 2 0 4 1 Genlns. rf.. 0 110 1
SlUlK't.cf. 0 l'St 1 0 fitcnzol, cf. 0 0 4 0
Welch, c... O 15 0 O.BcCfek'r, lbO 0 5 2
rrtffer, lbO 1 11 O - smith, If. . 1 0 4 0
ClarV.lfr.. 0 0 1
Hatf'ld.BS. 0 0 0
Glas'lc, ss. 1 3 1
Treston.Sb 0 0 2
o i;nrrb'cr,2t. i 004
0 O.CU'g'an.aba 2 2 1
1 0 cross, 68. .. 2 12 2
1 2 SuKdrn.c. . 2 4 3 2
2 O.nawley, p.. 0 10 1
Knell, p. .. 0
Luby.p. .. 0
Total. .. 9 10 27 12 4
Totals. .. 1 0 24 12 6'
Louisville 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Plttsburs 02401020 x 9
Earned runs X,ou!silIe 1, Pittsburg 3. Two
base hits Welch, Glasscock, CUnKman, Bugden.
Stolen bases SuRden, Cross, Boubleplays
Bcckley to Cross to Beckley; Shusart to Welch.
First ba8e on balls Off Knell 2, off Luby 2, off
Hawley 2. Hit by pitcher Hatfield. Struck out
Welch, Pfeffer, Cross, Hawley, tienlns. Left on
bases Loulailllo C, Pittsburg 4. Time 2:20.
Holtzman's restaurant, Nin;h nj.d E
streets, uorthwest, will open next week.
Announcement of date in Times onMonday
Planked shad dinners every Sunday at
Marshall Hall. Steamer Macalester leaves
at 11 a. nr, and 2:30 p.m.
Commencement Exercises Hold in 'First Con
gregational Church Speeches and
Award of Biplomas.
Twenty-two aspiring young collegiatcs
from the medical department,. and nearly
halt as many from the pharmaceutical
ranks of Harvard Unlveraity bravely
launched their boats upon the business
sea, last night, with the cheering plaudits
of. seveial thousand of their admiung
friends ringing in their cars! '
The exercises attendant upon this aus
picious "commencement" in life were held
at the Flrut Congregational church, on
the corner of Tenth and G streets north
west. The massive organ and the balcony
railing were ornamented by the tasteful
introduction of the National Colors at in
tervals. Fine music was not wanting.
The exercises were comparatively brief,
comprising an address to the classes by
Roliert Reyburn, A. M., M. D., m which
there were sundry compliments and a great
deal of good advice to the graduates; the
conferring of the degrees, by J. E. Rankin,
D. D. LL. D president of Uie university,
and the a ward of the"Seamon"and"Hood"
These prizes were awarded to that student
who presented the best papers on prescribed
topics in the medical department. The
first was a valuable microscope, awarded to
Charles I. West, who also took a minor
prize offered by Dr. Melvin Lamb, assist
ant professor of physiology, for the liest
paper on microscopy and histology. The
Hood prize, $50 In gold or n medal ot equal
value, was awarded Michael O. Dumas.
A minor prize offered by Dr. Lamb for the
best paper on histology was awarded to
Mrs. Muncy, of the Junior class.
The graduates were: Medical depart
mentGeorge G. Anderson, Edward C.
Barstow, J. D. Blair, Abram L. Cabell,
Michael 0. Dumas, Edwin C. Harris,
Charles S. Harrison, Firman Hocssel, E.
W. Hubert, James J. Laycock, Jr., J. F.
McDougald, S. L. Morris, David W.
Posbles, Douglass G. Scott, Edward D.
Scott, William K. Scott, Sherod 8.
Simons, J. T. Stanford, W. D. Thomson,
Frank J. Webb,. Jr., Charles I. West,
Marcus F. Wheatland.
In Phanuacy John W. Brownii g, A. B.
Coleman. William II. Davis, John II. Cook,
Henry W. FuiniES, A. C. Garrott, Julius
fc. Mayer. Susan J. Peters, J. M. Syphax,
John 0. Thomas. Of thcbe but seven re
ceUed the degree, three, Mrs. Peters and
Messrs. Coleman aud Cook, being de
barred by the law of the DJst'rict; which re
quires a term of practice lnra drug store.
As soon as this requirement can be met
they will obtain their diplomas. Those
who received honorable mention in the
Ilood prize contest were Messrs. Harris,
West , Posties and Thomson.
Succeeding this feature. Dr. Iankln de
livered a brief address, taking as his theme
"The Trained Nurse," and paid a tribute
to this class of aido to the profession.
The members or the faculty uresent on
the plntforin vero Dr. Thomas H. Hood,
the dean; Dr. C. B. Purvis, Dr. Neil
F. Graham, Dr. Daniel S, Lamb, Dr.
William II. Seramon, Dr. John E. Brackett,
Dr. Reiburu, Dr. Clarence It, Dufour,
Dr. P. J. Shadd, Dr. Hamilton S. Sni th,
Dr. D. H. Williams, hr; Mclvfn Lamb,.
Dr. E. A. Balloch, Dr. E; Oliver Belt,
Dr. W. W. Allcger, Dr. Andrew J. Brown,
Dr. E. F. Xing, Dr. E: .D Wllliston,
Dr. George N. Perry, Dr. .N. R. Jenner,
Dr. W. M. Ash, Dr. George W. Eggleston,
Dr. Frank F. Davis, Dr. S. It. Watts, and
Dr. Daniel H. Williams.
It was announced that the alumni asr,
sociation would hold a reunion at the col
lege this evening.
Will the bfiiutornwin to-duyV Viell,
ou'ii if thej don't you'll bo Silml fo rciid
tno Minuiiy 'rimes' account or now it nil
SKNATOUS A1) JIOSTONS TO-J1.VT,
l'nradu TIiih Afternoon I'rfllinlniiry to
OjumUiih tlso I.i'nsue SciiHoii IIro.
The Senators, accompanied by the Bean
eaters will arrive here from Boston about
noon to-day to open the League season in
At 3 o'clock tho two teams will assemble
at the Randall Hotel, and seated in open
carriages and accompanied by tho officials
of the two clubs and headed by a brass
band will parade over the principal streets
to the National Baseball Park, where no
doubt an informal but enthusiastic recep
tion will be given them.
PKTEltSinjRG'S l'OOK SHOWING.
Lust Tear's "Virsiiniu Itfiguo Champions
Defeated at tho Ilnuds of Norfolk.
Norfolk, Ya., April 19. Both McDonald
and Foreman were very wild this after
noon, but a lucky bunching of hits and the
fielding blunders of tho visitors, gae Nor
folk a commanding lead early in the game.
This lead was novor overcome. Crowley
and Sullivan, orPetersbtirg, both ran for an
Peasy Hy ball in the firat inning. Thoy
came together with a crash and as a result
of the accident, the home team gained a long
lead. Foreman struck out ten men. The
R. H. E.
Norfolk 6 1000 5 0 0012 10 6
Petersburg ..20200400 08 10 G
Batteries McDonald and Tonley; Fore
man and Haydon. s
Will the Senators -n-in to-dajV Wtlr.
oven if they don't jou'll bo uliul lo lead
the Sunday Times' ueeount of how it ull
Columbian Had a Cinoli.
The Columbia Athletic Club easily
defeated the City Post Office team by a score
of 25 to 1 at Columbia, field yesterday
arternoon. Tho Columbia boys were in
excellent condition, while-on the contrary,
the team presented by the City Post Office
was very much patched up.
Score by inniugs:
C. A. C 5 3 12 3( 0 225
City P. 0 1 0 0 tf 0 0 1
Batteries C. A. C, Carterand'Dickcnson;
City P. O., Rebstofk, Hammuctor, Connor
and Bishop. Umpire Mr. 'McCrjerjv
, S' t
GAATES I5LSEAVIIEHK. "
Richmond, Yd.. April 19. Richmond,
G; Portsmouth, 3.
Lynchburg, Ya., April 19? Lynchburg,
15; Roanoke, 2.
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A ltoynl Treat in Stoi e.
At thq Academy otMusic, on Sunday even
ing, April 21, occurs a grand entertainment
to be given under the auspicesof the A. O.H.
of this city. Tho society has a reputation
for giving enjoyable performances, and this
event promises to surpass all others.
Rev. D. J. Stafford. D. D., Rev. T.
J. Shannon, D. I)., and the Hon. William
McAdoo are the speakers of the evening.
The musical part of the programme will be
under the direction ot Prof. Mama, who
promises some excellent vocal numbers.
The grand chorus will be a feature of the
entertainment. Miss Anita Cluss will play
some plqasing "Irish Melodies" on the harp.
Profane Mendioant Looked "Dp.
Pedestrians iu tho neighborhood of Ninth
Btreet and Grant Place have for a day or
twocomplained of the importunities of an
able-bodied "white man, who, upon being
refused money, would turn loose a profane
torrent of insulting lauguage. Yesterday
afternoon Policeman Oriana, of the First
precinct, landed the -man after a severe
tassel with him. His plan -was to accost a
passer-by, and make an .attempt to "touch
him," and failing in thia would begin to
rail and swear. At the station ho gave the
name ol George Wilson,
INTELLIGENT PUBLIC OPINION awards the honors to HYGIENIC ICE. The
water from which it is made comes in "springs'' from great depths, and scientists
who have examined them sa' as far away as from the Bine Ridge Mountains
This remote source explains the absolute freedom of the water from every evidence
of surface influence. The output from these so-called Federal Springs President
WASHINGTON sought to secure by purchase from their then owner for the use
of the city which was to bear his honored name. In this he failed, but after the
lapse of many years the aim of the Father" of his Country and the Godfather of
the Capital City has besn achieved through the instrumentality of modern methods,
by which in uniform cubes of crystal ice this wonderful flow of absolutely p ure
water is placed at the disposal of every home in the National Capital.
THE PURITY AND SUPERIORTY OF HYGIENIC ICE has been proved by the
constant growth in patronage of our best people people who have for themselves
recognized the needs of securing the best obtainable of an article so important in
the family as its ice. For the sick room, for the table, and for every other home
purpose its use is urged by many of our best physicians. In the process of pro
duction all the water converted into ice is subjected to great heat or distilled this
prolonged super-heating accomplishing the double purpose of securing the spark
ling transparency and subsequent hardness peculiir to Hrgienic Ice, as well as
absolute freedom from all dangers in ice whose history is uncertain, or in ice pro
duced from water not thus subjected to prolonged heat.
THE HYGIENIC ICE COMPANY frankly asks for your patronage. It offers yon
its product at as low rates as are quoted by any responsible company, and will
guarantee you during the coming summer season prompt, continuous, and ample.'
WITH IMPROVED AND INCREASED FACILITIES for regular deliveries to
every- part of the "city, every customer can absolutely rely upon prompt and full v
delivery in the hottest weather when ice is absolutely necessary.
THE MANAGEMENT of the Hygienic Ice Company is in the hands of tine following
BERIAH WILKINS, FRANK G. WELKINS, THEODORE J. MAYER,
BUSHROD ROBINSON, HERMANN RASSBA CH, WILLIAM E. CHANDLER,
CHRISTIAN HEURIGH, RALPH L. GALT, . SAMUEL W. CURRIDEN,
President and Treasurer.
FRANK P. DAVIS, Superintendent.
Office, No. 1423 F street northwest, near Treasury Department. Telephone 44. The
works are at Fifteenth and E streets northeast, three squares south of eastern ter- ,
minus of the Columbia Cable Railway. Telephone at the works No. 60.
A WORD OF CAUTION. Be sure that what is
ICE, and from wagons bearing the legend, "No Sawdust; No Sediment." Some .
irresponsible dealers and peddlers have already begun to represent their ice to be
Hygienic Ice, when it is not. Remember it is the Only distilled water ice sold in
TKYIXG TO ITAKi: A RECORD.
Georco Schilling Ensngcd in Tramping
From 1'ittnburj; to Sow York.
Harrisburg, Pa., April 19. Geprgo M.
Schilling, the one-armed Pittsburg athlete,
who is endeavoring to establish an amateur
pedestrian record between Pittsburg and
New Tork, reached Harrisburg from AI
tooua at 1 o'clock this afternoon, having
covered tho 132 or more m.Ies in thirty
Ho left Pittsburg at 9 a. ni. Monday, and
expects to reach New York inside of ten
days. Schilling's only baggage wasa small
grip, He will rest here over Mght, and
resume his journey to-morrow morning.
"Kid" McCoy Defeat Wilkes.
Boston, April 19. About 400 people at
tended the fcoxiig events at the Suffolk
Athletic Club to-night. The principal bout
ot the evening was a fifteen-round go be
tween Charles "Kid" McCoy, of Memphis,
Tenn., and Jack Wilkes, of St. Louis.
Wilkes was defeated m about four minutes
of actual fighting.
Mayer & Pettit, 415 Seventh streetnorth
west, grand foimal opening Monday, April
22. See Monday's Times. A beautiful
souvenir to every lady.
Change of Schedule, on the Southern Rail
way, Sunduy, April 21, 1805.
On and after Sunday, April 21st, trains
Nos. 33 and 34, THE NEW YORK AND
FLORIDA SHORT LINE LIMITED , leav
ing Washington 10.05 p. m. and returning
arriving at Washington at 9:45 a. m., will
be withdrawn from Bervice.
Local trains, Nos. 9 and 10, for Danville,
will leave Washington 8:00 a. m., as at
present and returning arrive at Washington
2:10 p. m., instead of 3:46 p. m.
The U. S . FAST MAIL leaving Washington
11:01 a. m. will be changed to leave at
11:15. a. m., and returning will arrive at
Washington 8:30 p.m., instead of 9:36 p. m.
Trams Nos. 15 aud 16 for Charlottesville
will leave Washington 4:45 p.m., and re
turning will arrive at Washington 8:40 a.
m., Instead of 10:52 a. m.
TrainB Nos. 13 and 14, Strasburg local,
daily except Sunday, will leave WasWngton
4:01 p. m., and returning will arrive at
Washington 9:45 a. m.
THE WASHINGTON AND S OUTHWEST
ERN VESTIBULED X.IM1TED' leaving
Washington 10:43 p.'m. and returning at
6;42 a. in., will be unchanged.
There will be no change on the Washington
and Ohio division. al9-3t
Rooters and Crunks! Read to-day's
baseball samo In Sunday's rimes. It
will Toe a great story.
To-ilii V Entries nt Alexander Inland.
First race Five-eighthsofamile. Selling.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
74 Psyche ... 306 125 Ptr Jackson 104
152 FanSwing... .106146 Devisee . . 104
152 Pilgrim . . .102151 BnghteyeS . 101
157 Reynard . 104140 Detroit . . 101
152 My Gvps . . 104 88 Fassett . . 101
157Fa2ot . . . 104128 Dutch L ...91
152 Pathway . . 104154 Lura . . . . 9
146 Torraine . 104
Secoud race Six-and-a-quarter furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
157 Elizabeth . 122 Lento 115
156 J.McLaughlinl22 Imp Holyport 115
153 Yenusburg . 115 157 Pestilence . . 115
157 Wan? . . . 115 93 Headlight .115
157 M. Murphy . 115 157 By Jo.'e . . . 115
153 Imp Bones . 115153Quarterrasr 115
Ontario . . H5l331Iemet . . . 115
146 A. O. H. . . 115
Third race Four-aud-on-halt furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
Nemo . . . 112 Mcllunt . . . 102
Parthenon . 112 94 Mistletoe . 102
Niuety-Sevenll2 125,War Cloud 102
118 Hershfield .. 1 12 142 Chink . . . 102
Sir Happy . 105 108 Countess . . 100
William O. . 105 St. Ann . . 100
Judge Cole 105 Imp. Savant 102
151 Ind. Girl .. 105
Fourth race Onc-and-a-quartcr mile.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt,
155 Minnesota 107 149) Gallatin . 99
155 GallopiugK107 151 Leigh . . . . 99
143 Half Breed 107 151 Pans . . .95
155 Connors- . 103 150 Some More 95
137) Thurston . 103 143 Glenall . 95
Fifth race Six-and-a-quarter furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
109 Bel wood . Ill 156 Clansman . 102
(150) Rama . . Ill 125 Quilla . . 101
139 Doc Birch 111 (146) Ella . . . S9
156 Blue Bird 108 156 Pickaway . 98
156 Despair . 108126 Brightwood.98
(141) Little Jim 105 Patti . . 93
150 Prince John 105 147 Dr.Parkhurst90
143 Tenacious . 105
Sixth race Six-and-a-half furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. norse. Wt.
151 TeddGegg.106 14 9 Kazan . . 103
(148) Trinculo . 106 139 Bronstou .. 89
(151) West Side. 103
Firstrace My Gyps;Lnra.
Second race By Jove; Yenusburg.
Third race Imp. Savant; Ninety-Seven.
Fourth race Gallatin; Thurston.
Fifth race Pickaway; Little Jim.
Sixt hrace Trincolo; Bronston.
sold to you is HYGIENIC
- A Unirorm Rank of the Trite orRed Men
has been formed by the election of the
following officers: Andrew Deeton, cap
tain; Frederick Schwab aud Samuel O,
Cuvelller, jr., licutenauts; and Charles
Nagle and Charles E. Dove, sergeants,
Mr. Nagle was also elected secretary and
treasurer or the new organization. Tho
rank now has forty numbers, and is tho
only organization ot the kind in Virginia.
It will be the color guard for the Grand
Tribe of Virginia.
The Friday N ght Club hop in McBnr
uey's Hall last night was one of the most
pleasant ever given. Among those present
were: Misses Josie Robinson, Rebecca
Daingerreld, Eire Prescott. Elwa Damger
fcld, Esther Brooks, the Misses Kemper,
Miss Munegerode, Messrs Douglas Stuart,
E. B.'Taylor, John Catcher, Louis Bailey,
Charles Stuart, John D. Brooks, aud James
The candidates for the city council aro
now bestirring themselves. So far the
following candidates have announced them
selves. For Aldermen First ward. R. H.
Havcnner; Second ward, William H. Mar
bury; Third ward, George H. Hmken;
Fourth wardTDr E. S. Leadceater.
ForCouncilmcn First ward. C.N. Moore:
Harry R. Burke. Herbert Snowden and
Kaus, Louis Krofft, Joseph S. Teach, John
H. Stnderand W. E. Latham; Third ward,
George A. Mushcack. J. R. Caton, J. T.
Harrison, Charles B. Marshall and T. Y.
Relshell; Fourth ward, L. E. Uhler, Joseph
McCuen , T. J. Faunon and J. M. White.
The Baltimore and Ohio's new freight
depot will be ready for the reception of
freight in about two months.
No trace has been found of the negro who
escaped from the insane asylum at St.
A. pair of handsome Irish setter dogs
are held at the police station awaiting an
owner. They were taken from a negro boy
by Officer Keith Davis, and were evidenUy
stolen in Washington, as one ot them haa
on his collar the District of Columbia tas
The little Free Methodist Chapel ,pn Lee
street near Wilkes ,whicn has Just been,
thoroughly overhauled, will be used for
divine service to-morrow, when the Rev
Mr. Parker, of Washington, will preach.
The approaching marriage of Mr. French.
-Snioot, of the firm of J. H. D. Smoot &
Co., lumber dealers of this city, to Miss
MraleBoss, of Be tblehem. Pa., is announced.
Rolitera und trunks! Iliad to-day's-baseball
game in Sunday's rimes. 14.
will be a great utory.