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THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, WEDHESDAY, OCTOBEH 24, 18.
FAVORITES HAD A PICNIC
Tour of the Alexander Island Events
Captured By First Choices.
SILVER QUBBK THB SURPRISE
At the Lonp Price of Twelve to One Harry
Lewis Eode Silver Queen to Victory in tho
lat Baee Three "Winners at St Asaph
Were the Public's Pick.
Speculation was lively at Alexander Island
course yesterday, ana as four of the flvo
races were won by flrst oholcos the talent had
a good day. At least 2,500 people were pres
ent and they wore treated to excellent sport.
The only upset camo in the last event when
Silver Queen, at 12 to 1, got the decision by a
A noticeable feature ol tho sport was the
success of recent arrivals at the track, all five
events goinfi to such. Ataman ran a voir
different race than tho last tiLio out, much
to the surprise of the form players. Summa
ries: How the Horses Ran.
First race Five furlongs. All ages.
Purse, $300. Time, 1:01.
Ind. Hertemnd et St.
Flattery, 110 2
811 Camden, 106 1
3t)t Paragon, 100 S
614 Mgnt,S7. 4
Q?i Lura.8B 8
St Ftn. Joekvt.
S 8a IV CorWer
1J 21 2g Parsons.
6 B fc JJorrls.
4 4 Murphy.
start good, won galloping.
Hotting Flattery, 8 to 30; Camden,
gon, 10; Magnet, G, and Lura, 15.
6TTA Second race Six furlongs.
t)U Purse, J90tt Time, 1:17.
solling. Ind. Horse eme wJ.
(64 Mask, 104...,
&. Fin. Jockey.
002 Blleof F'rm'y.M S 4
1 Traitor, K. 9 6
680 Lyceum. 112 4 6
(529) Mamie B. B., ML 1 S
680 Aloxw.H 7 8
W5 lltj 1, sy a 2
Hamilton, 102.'.. 0 7 8
McCorraict, 107.. 5 5 8
Start fair Won galtopbiK.
Betting Mask, even; BoUe C Fermoy, 4; Trai
tor, C: Lyceum, 80; Mamie B. B., 15; Akmzo, 40;
May 1) , 20; Hamilton, 40, and MoCornitck, 15.
?T"f Third raoe One and one-eighth miles.
DOl Pursn, $250. Time, 1SBS.
2nd. Horse and wt. SL H Fm. Jochttf.
C36 Ataman, 106.
1 1 is. Ham.
C 8J4 SfJ Robinson.
7 " m Murphy.
4 5 4 Donnelly.
COS Freeser, 99 4
605 Telephone, 98.... 5
636 Bed star, 98. 1
Bright Eyes, 81.. 8
G26 Clara Bell. 104.. 6
r f. 6 CJohnooa
S 4 C Parsons.
8b 7 7 Stewart.
Start coed. Won nulled tin.
Betting Ataman. 7 to 10; Freezer, 10; Tele
phone. C: Bed Star, 8; Bright Eyes. 80; Clara Bell,
X O Fourth raoe Five f urioage. Two-year-K)DZ
olds. Purse, 817S. Tine, 16
7tuf, JTnrtf ur4 tot .St
646 Ben, KS 8
U St. Itn. Jodcev.
1BKX W IKHi&olty.
C48 Sharon, 117. 1 2
620 Jewsbarp.llO... 2 4
643 T Lally.llS 5 7
Irene, 114 6 5
629 Bella,108 7 8
641 Boonton.110 .... 4 8
620 Monte Carta, 118 S 6
629 Bradley, 110.... 10 10
628 Ttiwkle filly, 110 8 8
Fair start Won driving.
t II. Ijewis.
6 W. Morris.
Betting Ben, 8 to 2; Sharon. 6: J Jewsbarp, 8
Tommy Lilly. 6: 1-ene, 8: BoUa. and Boon Km, 00
each; Monte Carlo and Bradley, 15 each, and
nZQ Filth raoe Six furlongs. Sailing. Purse,
DOt $176. Time, laTJs-
JnCL Borer wad wL St U St Fin. JoetfU.
SU. Quern, 116.. 2
lb 1U li H. Lewis.
K9 Ban cya, 110 S
CiH Can't TeU, HO 1
6J4 TeddGegg, 1M.. S
W. Hoalahaa.llO 8
Mie-y. 110 6
4 e SaoBogart.
5 8 JnoRidge'ay.
8 S B Heiiiatfan.
O It J'tBMT
CS2 LaUab.110. 7 7 7 7 DeUuwty.
6.'J.9 I no Grande. 118. 9 8 8 8 Foatec
C:9 Ada Blue. 110.... 4 8 0S Bwm
Start fain Wen easily.
jJetting SUvor Qaeen, IS; Bon Voyaca, 10;
Can't ToM, 7 to 10; Tod4 Gegg.8; Willte lloalaban,
CO Mieery, 16; Lallab, 30; line Grande, M, sod
Ada Bine, 80.
Card for To-Day-First
race Four and one-naif f urtonf a
Index. Ilortt. Wt. rfr. Itorae.
C50 Hamilton. 105
625 Cloverdale..... 105
The Joker 105
59 Veracity (Uly.. 305
C19 Dc Wick 105
Pat Babbitt.... 305
GJ2 Judge roet.... 105
641 M.ark 105
644 Fella 105
637 Dance.... 105
59 JiiaFagin 105
Second race Six fwrloags.
Index. Horse Wt
Taooncy. ---. 85
CO 1'attki 85
f.0 Louie Quartorz 83
(CV, Jack Wynne.. 31
Jaiex. Jltrn. Wt
Dr. Pftrfchoret. W
CCS Miss Modrad.. Stt
618 Imp. Savanc. 101
Third raoe Soven furlongs.
Jnd. Harm. Wt
C45 B. Blackburn. 87
C42 Watch Charm. 88
Ci7 Dart 85
Jnd. Jfort. Hi't
644 EiUabeta lot
841 Faglu 307
641 John Winkle.. 107
Fourth racs Five fas longs.
Irf Horn. Wt
646 A. Leltjtee..... S4
6 '5 Jersey 307
642 Surprise 101
64S LitUe Charlie. 101
Fif tb raoe One mile.
Index. Horte. Wt
(605) Anoerean .... 104
Ind. -. Wt
CMS) Sonera. 118
648 Siberia 64
64S Larry K 105
640 Paragon 112
888 Black Child... 101
Index. Iloree. Wt
658 Bon Voyage.. 107
661 Clara Beli.... 89
644 Gote Wave.... 308
(86 Chedar. 304
687 LHfaograph... 89
Moatclece .... 91
ooi itttaht ies,.. w
Jnlia L.. 99
Firei raoe Judge Poet; Doc AVick.
Second race Pattie; Jack Wynne.
1 bird race Fagin; Mabk.
Fourtb raoe Sonora; My Gyps.
1 jfth race Julia L.; Annoroan.
Pointers from the Paddock.
Piaitery had only to gallop to ivin from the
company opposed to her.
Magnet swerved all over the traek, othor
"Ki6e she -would hae been closer up.
Prank Weir bet quite a bunch of money on
Belle of Pormoy, bat faiied to collect.
Can any good ' horseman account for Ata
xnans bed race the last time out after tho ex
hibition be made of his field to-day?
Mask had only an exorcise gallop to win tho
second event. Honest John Crocker, his
ownor. says nis horse is liable to break down
in any race.
If Sharon had not fallen so far out of tho
race his supporters would have cashed.
Bogart rode a very bad race on Bon "Voy
age, the latter being tho best horse and would
have won with anything like a ride.
It surprised a great many ihatHam was not
called up to expi&in Ataman's previous race.
Ham made & claim of foul against Lewis on
BIlvr Queen in the last race. The judges
lined both Lewis and Bidgeway for the bump
ing, vhieh occurred at tho head of the stretch,
but did not allow the claim.
Hollar bet heavily on Irone, tho latter a
good looking daughter of tho famous Iroquois.
Iheflllydidiiotrunupto her private form.
Results on Other Tracks.
At Oakley: Tollow Hose, Dominion, Plutus,
Toloache, Kightmoro, and Greenwood. Entries
First race Seven furlongs Two o'clock, 92;
Tremona, Carrie H., and King Henry, 86 each;
Spnng Vale, 83; Cerro Gordo, 303; Icillus. 301.
Waldo and Alto June, 108 each, and Balk Lino'
& Seoond race Selling. Eleven-rixteoaths of a
re lie Boursslc, 10J; Belie Starr. Leaflet, Aunt
Tabitba, and Yonioe, 105 oach; Addie Buchanan
and Valkyrie, 10" oach, sad Tongeee, 109.
Third race Six furlongs. John Kesller, 102; Sir
E ne and Ilario. 105 each; Curator, 106; Islin, 107;
Ductor, 189; Gath, 110; ElbMsjorth, 315, and Bron.
I ourtb race Sevon furlongs. Cllnty C, 95;
Dr Park, 96; Salvation. 100; Blva, 101; Guilty and
Domingo, 108 oneh; BUly Bennet, 310; Cass, 185,
a" . Cyclone, 106.
Fifth raoe Ono ralle and seventy yards Phil
opena, 100; Fittelturc. 101; Little Mfes and Bhett
Goode, 301 oach; Hr. Jlnglo, 106, and Tho Iron
As ICaxracanBett Park: Pay or Flay, Dn Gar-
nett,Bollrt, The Queen, Harry Kelater. and
Marutib. Entries for to-day:
Flret race Five furlongs. Nlnoty-sovon,
Torchbearor, Milan, Snglaaw, Sappho, Gosba
tner gelding. Lafayette, Clarus, Blue Garter,
ConKoughan, LaJoya, Irone K.,Elberon, Gal
loping King, and Will Fonso, 100 each.
Second race Ono mile. John Lackland, 102;
Leigh, 97; "V old, 109; Blondy'a ictlm. 97; Wont
worth. 83; George Dixon. 103; Fldello, 100; At
lanta. 102; Aurellnn, 103; Sprite, 91; Equity. 103;
Our Maggie, 103; Galloping King, 01; By Jove.
112, and Trump, 7.
Third race Five furlongs. Manchester, 111;
Enchanter, 102; Julia O.. Oi; Navahoo, 05: Shadow
Dance colt, 103; Pont Loar, 101; First Light, 91,
and Deno, 92.
Fourth raco Ono mile. Nlcollnl, 9: Sir
Knight, 105; Dr. Garnett, 10S; Potertho Great,
99; Deno, 74, and Buckreno, 10S. ,
Fifth rw-Sir fnrlniiira. Hnrtford. 101: Fred
ericks, 96; Westpnrk, 09; Billy Boy, 101; Tormon-'
tor, 110; Hardy Fox, 104: Pnuwny and Polvdoro,
101 each; Artlllory, 101; Tammany uuu, ""i
Onward, 104: Oxford. 101, and Charter, 105.
Sixth race Six furlongs. Major Gcnoral. 11,;
Commodore Boughnn, 99; Even Weight, Rogl
nald. and Willie MeDuffoe. 101 each; Daylight,
105; Foxford, 110, and Sorcoror, 101,
At Harlem: Roslyn, Zoulika, Victor, Dungar
ven.Tim Murphy and Zoolein. Entries for to
day: First race Six furlongs; Donuolla, Edith,
Lena, and Jugador, 107 each; Esau and John
Cowan, 110 oach; Truthful and Designer, 117
each; Jim T., 112: Skirt Dance, Aspen, Orrln
Itogers, Marden. Pot, and Little Con, 114 each,
and Wirt Adams, 122.
Second race Flvo and one-half furlongs. May
Hose. Sweetheart, Momus, Mandoline, Kitty
Belle, and Anna McNalry,100 oach; Huthven and
Black Jack, 103 each, and Silver and Enlo T., 105
Third raco One milo nnd seventy yards. Dam
ask, Jonnlo "W., Commission, Elmer F , ol
sey. ana Little Cripnlo, 93 oach; Freddio L T.,
Brahma, and Joan Wilson, 101 each; King Bors,
104. and Despot, 110.
Fourth race Ono milo. Llbertlno, 90, and
Cash Day, 95 (only two entries).
Fifth race Fire and one-half furlonga Walk
over, 100; Installator, 108; Hindsomo. Wells
Streot, and Flash, 103 oach. and Pollas, 103.
Sixth raco Ono milo and seventy yards. Lord
Willowbrook, Calhoun, Adam Johnaon, Montell,
Mountain quail, Birds Eye, nnd Rovolver, 101
oach; Enthusiast, W. L. Munson. andSirGoorgo,
MM each: Alary and Slmrock, 107 each, and Snow
ball, CMswell, and Eagle Bird, 110 each.
T1IREE FAVORITES WON.
St. Asaph Talent Had n Dran Bnttlo with
Three out ol the six races yosterdny at tho
St. Asaph track were won by favorites and
the talent had n fairly good day. Tho other
events went to a second, third, and fourth
choice. Tho attendance was very encourag
ing and the twenty-one books had plenty of
business to handle. Tho track was fast and
the racing exciting.
Walter B. Jennings scored victories with
Shadow and Live Oak and ho received con
gratulations from his friends. Billy Dono
hue'a followers put their money down on
Harrington and cashed after tho race. Out
side of the first and tilth races the scratches
were few. Summaries:
First race Six furlongs. Heavy handicap for
all ages. Purse, J500. Time, 1:16&
Harrington, 126,1 to 1 (Sims) 1
Urania, 112,16 to5 (Doggett) 2
Ed. Kearney, IIS, 12 to 1 (Midgelyl 3
Sufficient. 110 (Griffin), 6 to 1, and 3Iodorocio.
105 (A. Barrett), 12 to 1, alt ran.
Good start. Won handily ly three parts of a
length; a length between second and third.
Vrauia led to tho last sixteenth -r hen Harring
ton got up and won.
Second race Ono milo. Selling, Purse, J400.
Shadow, 99. 5 to 1 (Griffin) 1
Nero, H4,7tolO(I)oggett) 2
Gold Dollar, lOOtfi. 8 to 1 (Fenn) 3
Fair start. W on easily by a length and a half,
a length between second and third.
Gold Dollar hnd th best of the start and led
to the last turn, when Shadow and Nero closed,
they having the finish beU oen them, fchadow
Third race Flvo and cne-half furlongs.
Maiden two-year-olds. Purse, ciOO. Time, 1:104.
Truepenny, 112, 7 to2 (Doggett) 1
GoldenGate.lll, 7 lo 5 (Sims) 2
Amsterdam, 111, 25 to 1) Hannawalt) 3
Tuscan. Ill (Feun). 4 to 1: Pandora gelding, 103
(Midgeley),6tol. and Farlhenia, 103 (E. Tribe),
1 VO 1 flldO rAll
Good start Won oaslly by a length, three
parts of a length between second and third.
Golden Gate ran in front until well into the
stretch, when Truepenny challenged and non In
easy fashion Pandoi a gelding ran out at the
turn for home.
Fourth race Ono and and-fclsteenth miles.
Selling. Purse, $400. Time, 1:50&.
Live Oak, 102, 6 tor, (OriOln) 1
Long Bridge, 109. 11 to 6 (Doggett) 2
Setauket. 101. 12to5 (Fenn; 3
Repetition, 305H (E. Tribe). 50 to 1, also ran.
Good start Won easily by a length, throe
engths between second and third.
1 Live Oak led from start to finish, and always
bad tbe others safe, winning without trouble.
Fifth race Six furlongs, selling. Purse, ?400.
Derfargilla, 114, 4 to 5 (Doggett) 1
Prince John. 104, 15 to 1 (Grifliii, 2
Little Billy, l'J9, 5 to l(Slus) 8
Old Dominion, lftS (Mldgely), 10 to 1, and Re
straint, 304 (Keefe). 25 to 1, nlso ran.
Good start. Won caeily by three parts of a
lengtb, two lengths bHwe.a second and third.
Prince John got off in front and showed tho
way to tbe llnal sixteenth, when Dorfnrgilla got
through, winning easily.
Sixth race Fiveand one-half furlongs. Maiden
two-year olds Purse, $400. Time, 1:12.
Vent. 111,8 tol (Mldgely) 1
Forager, 112i, 6 to 2 (Londruni) 2
Tbe Scalper, lto, 10 to 1 (oims) 3
Samaritan, 111 (E. Tribo), 11 to 5; Treo Top
106 (bbeedy),25tol,and The Clown, 113 (Doggett)
4 tol. also ran.
Fair Btart. Won cleverly by three parts of a
length, five lengths between second and third.
The Scalper cut tho running to tho stretch, when
he was passed by both Vent and Forager, Vent
winning in handy fash on.
First raco Three-fourths of a milo. Lcona
well, 112; loin, 106; Lobengula, 94; TJran!a,91,
and Galileo, 100.
Second race Three-fourths cf a mile. Hazel
hatch, 112; Baroness, 305; Flirt, 103; Pulitzer and
Gallatin, 105 each; Momento colt, 10S: Grampian,
105; Indra, 103; Mictnac tjueen, 307, and Lady
Third race One and one-slxtecnth miles. Our
Jack. Ill; Jodan, 97: Patrician, 111; Illutno. 100,
and Captain T., 102
Fourth race Flvc-eichths of a mile. Nlnoveh,
105; Amsterdam and The Bluffer, 103 each, and
Filth race One mile. Prince George. 109;
Warlike, 107; Tom Skid more, 109; Thurston, 99;
Paris, 97, and Little Mat, 100.
Sixth race One-halt of a mile, 'lldlngs, 107;
Samaritan, 106; Little Ella, Tempting, Pretonco,
Sabiua filly, and Pandora gelding, KB oach, and
Whizgig I colt, Tho Clow, and Vent, 103 oach.
First race Galiloe; lola.
Second race Flirt; MIcmac Queen.
Third raco Our Jack; Patrician.
Fourth race Sloderocio: Amsterdam,
Fifth race Little Mat; Prince Georgo.
Sixth race Pandora gelding: LittloElla.
Along the Line.
"Pittsburg Phir played Dcriargilla at an
average price of 4 to 5.
Speculators woroshyof Live Oak, there be
ing an undercurrent of doubt as to tho colt
Sam Doggett rode a poor raeo on Nero, let
ting Shadow get too far away from his
Golden Gate was heavily backed, while
Truepenny was only nibbled at by Eomo of
the Emart delegation.
Pandora molding had a royal chance in tho
third until ho ran out at tho head of tho
Georgo II. Engemnn and Max Prank were
among the new arrivals at the track.
Setauket was tho medium of a plunge in the
fourth, but the gelding ran a disappointing
Little Billy went to tho post very sore and
the observing ones hastened to get a bet down
Every horse in the last race was touted as a
good thing, and the books had no trouble in
getting tho money in.
Jack White backed Parthenia for a neat
sum, and had tho satisfaction of seeing his
money fade away.
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
Bobert J. and John B. Gentry have been
matchod for a raco Kovembcr 1, at Buffalo.
Chance, James L., ana Notion won tho
races yesterday at Toint Breeze, Philadel
phia. B. P. Scarles completed his bicycle ride
yesterday from Chicago to New York In six
days seven hours and thirty minutes, being
sixteen hours and thirty minutes behind his
At Churchill Downs, Ky., Miss Nulson and
Camlet won tho 2:13 trot and 2:29 trot, re
spectively. At tho Eureka Athletic Club arena next
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Columbia Athletic Club Champions Will
Meet tho Kendall Green Elovcn.
Tho opening football game at Columbia
Field (foot of Soventoenh street) will bo
played this afternoon between tho Kendnlls
nnd tho llrst eleven of tho Columbia Athletic
Club, commencing at 4:30 o'clock sharp. This
will bo tho llrst appearance of the 0. A. 0.
outside of practice with tho reserves, and
much curiosity is felt as to what sbapo tho
holders of tho District championship will
show up in.
The Kendalls are putting up an aggresslvo,
snappy gamo, and have alreaoy had a very
creditable go with the Georgetown University
eleven. Tho gnmo will bo played strictly
within tho now rules, and ttiis will attract
many who desire to compare tho methods of
this season with those of last year. Colum
bia's line and backs will bo as follows:
Wade, center; Dickinson, richt guard; Bel
knap, loft guard; Wells, right tuckle; J. John-
son, leit tackle; fjiapp, right end; iieete, leit
end; Lewis, right half back; Johnson, left
half back: llnrter, quarter back, and Shields,
full back. Substitutes: Watson, Clark, Car
ter, Stewart, Welsnor, Underwood, Hopker.
McGowan, Kepplor. and Schafllrt. Befereo,
B. T. Welch; umpire, Carmody, of George
town, and linesman, Grant Burroughs.
.MADE A NEW HECORD.
E. C Ycatman Yesterday Covered 330 3-4
.Miles in Twenty-four Hours' Hiding-
E. C. Yeatman yesterday evening succeeded
in breaking tho American bicycle twenty-four
hour road record held by John J. Flstor, of
this citj', tho new mark being 330J miles.
Ycatman, who is a member of tho Washing
ton Road Club, made his successful attempt
on n niueteen-pound Barabler, geared to
eightv inches. Tho courso was tho usual ono
over the Conduit road.
lie started at G o'clock Monday ovonlnc
nndrodo strongly until 5:15 o'clock.yesterday
morning, when ho restod f r three-quarters
of an hour. Ho fell threo times during tho
rido. and bruised his knee on ono occasion,
and at tho samo time lost his pnee-makor for
a lap, owing to an injury to his wheel. Alto
gether ho lo3t ono hour and thirty-six min
utes. The pacemakers were Charles Gauso,
William Espey, Fred. Schade, II. Stratton,
W. T. Bobertson, Willinm Jose, O. J. Bousa
ville, C. E. Wood aud J. J. Fister.
HITCH IN THE DEAL.
New Baseball Association in Danger of n
Frrrsnuna, Ta., Oct. 23. What may provo
tho death knell of tho now National Baseball
Association was sprang to-day when A. 0.
Buckenbergor telegraphed F. II. Blchter
that the Pittsburg organization had decided
to withdraw from tho association.
Buckonbergcr, at the meeting In Philadel
phia Inst week, informed thoso present that
Pittsburg should bo loft out of tho circuit, as
two teams would not pay. Ho was urged to
remain and consented, provided tho Oakland
grounds could bo secured. Sinco his return
hr had been working hard for tho lease, but
to-day the owners decided positively that tho
new club could not hnvo it.
As Pittsburg was supposed to bo tho strong
hold of tho association, tho withdrawal will,
to say the least, have a very depressing effect.
It is understood that "Buck" will have no
connection whatever with tho association in
THERE WAS NO R&ID.
Neither Were the Pinkertons Discharged
by the St. Asaph Track Authorities.
The statement was published under dis
play headlines In tho Post of yesterday morn
ing that "Major Mooro and Inspector Hollin
berger issued a quiet order to flvo . detectives
yesterday (Mondnj'J morning, which will
greatly lighten tho work of Sheriff Yeitch's
deputies at tho St. Asaph race track, and also
have a tendency tc make a score or two of
'crooked' raco followers hunt hoIe3 or other
hiding places,". etc.
The article also stated that there had been
a raid, and further, that tho Pinkerton de
tectives had been debarred from tho track as
guardians, by tho State law, "which protects
tho sacred soil from Pinkertonian invasion,
and with this club tho sheriff proceeded to
drive the aliens out of his bailiwick, etc."
Boferring to tho article last evening In
spector Hollinbergor said that nono of tho
Washington detectives had been detailed for
duty at the raco track, "as" said ho, "wo
havo no authority there at all."
B"o also denied that the Pinkerton detec
tives had been supplnnted by Yirginin con
stables or deputies, and added tho statement
tbnttho track was still being policod by Pink
ertons, although the original number of
them twenty-six hnd been cut down to rc
duco expenses. Tho inspt.:tor know of no
raid, and expressed surprise that such state
ments should have been published.
H. D. Mclntyre, secretary of tho Yirginia
Jockey Club, yesterday denied emphatically
that Bob Pinkerton had been dismissed from
tho charge of the St. Asaph track. Tho only
truth in the report, according to Mr. Mcln
tyre, was tbe reduction of tho forco of Pink
erton men originally employed at tho course,
and it was mado to cut down expenses. Tho
secretary scouted tho idea of any conflict be
tween tho Yirginia authorities, tho jockey
club, and tho Pinkertons. Several local men
hnd been given employment for tho detection
of possible crooks hailing from this vicinity
nnd who would bo unknown to tho Pinkerton
people. "Mr. Pinkerton is still in chnrgo,"
concluded Mr. Mclntyre, "nnd will remain, as
long as I havo any connection with tho
Old Guard Books Missing.
Financial Socrofary J. Jacobson, of tho Old
Guard, who was stricken unconscious about
a week ago in Williams' drug store, at tho
corner of Ninth and F streets northwest, had
with him tho books of Mb office belonging to
tho organization, which havo been missing
sinco tho occurrence. Tho members aro much
concerned about tho recovery of tho books,
and express tho hope that tho Under will re
turn them to G. A. B. Hall," No. 1412 Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest. Mr. Jacobson is
slowly recovering, and his attending physl
cinn. Dr. F. Donohuo, has expressed tho hopo
that ho will bo out in n few days.
Focketbook Snatcher Hold For snatching
the pocketbook of Mrs. Marin Bazerquo a
young negro named Hall Belt was sent to tho
grand jury In $1,000 bonds by Judgo Miller
Reduced Voters' Rates to Southern Points.
Tho Southern Hallway will soil tickets to bona
fldo voters, with certificates, to all points in tho
territory of tho Southern Passengor Association
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children; good neighborhood; rofs.
oc24-7t 1203 N. 0. ave, no.
piRST-CLASS BOARD AND BOOM AT BEA-
Eonablo prices; 717 Twolftn street northwest;
nlso table board. oc7-lmo
Ilnndsomo office rooms in Tho Times
Bulldinc; moderate rent. Apply in Count'
FOB BENT HOUSES.
1? OR BENT-NEW ELEGANT nOUSE; GOOD
X? location; 8 rooms, collar, furnace; a. m. L;
stationary wash tubs: back alloy: cars pass door.
90S 11th st. 8. o.; 22.50. Apply 91)0 11th at s. o.
FOB SALE OR" BENT.
IF TOU WANT A HOUSE LOOK AT THESE
before you buy or ront.
1827 21st st nw., noarlynew, 10 rooms.
33, 40, 42, 40, 48, and 50 31 at. nw., bet North
Capitol and 1st ; all now 9 and 10 room houses;
nicely f urnlshod. I will soil tho30 houses very
cheap and on ousy terms.
10th and F sts. nw.
FOB SALE HOUSES.
SEVERAL RARE BARGAINS.
TERMS VERY EASY
Only $50 cash, balanco payable $20 por month,
will buy a desirable brick dwelling at Lo Droit
Park; G rooms, bath, and all mod. imps.; prlco,
$3,200. WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON,
oc7-lmo 1907 Pa. uvo. nw.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE HOUSE ON CAPI
tol Hill; convunlbnt to cars and hordlcs; Q
rooms, bath, papered, and all mod. Imps.; torina,
5100 cash, balance payablo 20 per mo.; prico,
onlyi?3,250. Apply to WESCOTT, WILCOX &
HUiSTON, 1907 Pa. ave. nw. oc-7-lm.
FOE SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALr. OR BENT AN OLD ESTABLISHED
Barler Shop. Ownor haB reasons for rent
ing oi selling tho same. Inquire at 412 Tenth
Btfeot nnrthweBt. oct21-3t
OR f-'LE BLACK MARE, 5 YEARS OLD;
CoiuxuMi-i siue-Dar Duggy; harness, nearly
now; whip; blanket, and lap robes. Can
at DUGAN'S STABLES, Georgetown, c
ONE OP THE BFST CASH GROCERIES IN
South Washington for sule cheap, including
horse and wagon. Inqulre'of P. SULLIVAN, 211
E st. 8W. oc23-7t
FOR SALE-GOLD FISHES. FANCY PIGEONS,
Singing Connrios, Mocklns Birds, Parrots,
3Ionkeys, Fancy Poultry, Maltese and Angora
Kittens. SCHMID'S Bird Stores, No. 712 12th st.
nw. and 1221 Pa. nvo nw. oc0-3m
I7IOR SALE-SMALL WELL-STOCKED GRO
cery storo in Southwest Washington; no rea
sonablo offer refused; good reasons for selling.
Address P M. STAPLES, 463 N st. sw. oc23-3t
LOST OB FOUND.
LOST SUNDAY NIGHT ON METROPOLITAN
car or about Dupont circle, pin with
Homy tito (black stone nutting surrounded with
diamonds; liberal reward if left at this cfllce.
ISSUE OF STOCK.
OPEN FOR SUBSCRIPTION
AND FIRST PAYMENT.
SHARE $2.E0 EACH PER MONTH.
Subscriptions for tho 2Sth iasuo of stock
nnd flrat paymont thereon will bo received
dally from 9 a. In. to 4:30 p. m. at tho oMco
of tho Association.
Actlvo stock '.
Not earnings and surplus
.. 212.4S6 44
Pamphlots explaining tho advantages and
benefits of tho Association and other infor
mation furnished upon application.
Offlco: EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1003 F st. nw.
Thomas Somcrvlllo, President
A J. Schafhlrt, Vice Pro.-Ment
Geo. W. Caslloar, 2d Vico President.
John Joy Edson, Secretary. oc23-tf
interest Paid Upon Deposits.
This company pays 2 per cent.
interest on deposits subject to
chock. Tho lntorest Is calculated
upon dally balances and nddod
to tho principal every six months.
On time deposits 3 per cunt. In-
torest is paid.
Washington Loan and Trust Co.,
COlt .M.M'UA.MJ t SjTJs.
Money To Loan
Upon real estate and collateral securities,
such as slocks, bonds, ota, at the prevail
ing rates of Interest, In sums to suit No
If you havo unimprovod nnd unincum
bered laud and deslro to build a house this
compnuy will bo glad to loan you money.
Drop in and talk the matter over.
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
C. J. BELL, President
and others whoso occupations prevent them
from making deposits during regular bank
ing hours will And it convenient to visit tho
which is open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
betwoon the hours of 0 nnd 8.
(Four per cent, interest on savings
8IL8BY h G0MPR1W
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, 014. hl9-ly
The Oldest-iAnd Labqest
Musio House in the Our.
John F. EM Go.,
MUSIC PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS LN
No, 937 Pa. Ave., near (OthSt.v
Keep la stock everything usually kopt In
a ilrst-class music storo, at prices that
cannot bo undersold. You are invited to
call and exnmino our stock, nnd wo re
spectfully solicit your patronage. Ploaso
boar in mind wo aro solo agents in this
locality for tho wonderful
Washburn Mandolins & Guitars
And also wholosnlo and rotnll agents for tho
celebrated STEWART BANJO. ocTO-tf
A GERMAN GIRL, WITH BEFS. FOR GEN
eral housework In small family; good
ENGLISHMAN; 80: WELL EDUCATED; LONG
2 buslnoss oxperlnco; requires position; am
thoroughly steady and would accent low salary;
liret-class rofs. Address C. WOODHEAD, Spring
Held, Md. oc21-3t
ARTISTIC DRESS MAKING.
Work arranged for home flnlsb.
oc20-eod3t 1312 G st. nw.
LADIES WE BECOMMEND CRAYON POR
tralt making to persons wishing profitable
home work; it Is easily, quickly, cheaply learned.
For torms, otc, address ARTIbT, 600 U th st nw.
HELP FURNISHED FREE COOKS, CHAM
bormalds, waiters, Ac. 800 G et. nw. EM
PLOYMENT AGENCY, Mrs. L. c. Moore. Send
postaL Telephone call, 204. oc23-3t
WANTED-BY 4 ADULTS, 4 OR 5 UNFUR.
rooms for light housekeeping in prlvato
family; within 10 minutes' walk of National
Hotel. Address R. K., this office. oc21-7t
T7ANTED-LADI8 TO LEARN Mmk. WA8H-
V ington's Ladles' Tailor System; drafts di
rect on the material; call and lnvostlgato; this
system Is so thoroughly taught that scholars,
aftor finishing, aro fully competent to take
chargo of business for themsolves or take lead
ing positions for ottiora. Positions at G01 12th st
nw. Bocurod after learning. oc7-3mo
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bush's new place, 817 7th st. nw., and
get a uico cold bbttlo of beor for 5 coats.
BERNARD KESTERMANN, MERCHANT
tailor, formerly of 1S0G 14th st. n. w., has
just returned from Europe nnd has permanently
Iocatod at No. 1825 11th st n. w. Former patrons
will receive the samo ptompt attention. oc23-7t
OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR, DISTRICT OF
Columbia, Washington. October 17. 1891.
Notlco Is hereby givon that on tho THIRTY
FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1801, will expire all
licenses glvon bv tho District of Columbia to
Apothecaries, Auctioneers, Banks nnd Bankers,
Brokers. Commission Merchants, Claim Agents,
Cnttlo Brokers, Dealers In Ice, Merchandise.
Bill Posters. Dealors In Junk and Socoud-hand
Personal Property, Dealers In Old Barrels. In
surance Companies, Insurance Aeolus, Manu
facturers of Illuminating Gas, Propr.etora of
Bar Rooms, Billiard. Bagatelle and.lennloLlnd
Tables, Bowling Alleys and Shuffle Boards,
Hotola, Livery Stables, Intelligence Offices, Res
taurants and Eating Houseb.Real Estate Agents,
Wholo"ialo Liquor Dealers, Proprleters of Thea
ters. All porsons engaged in tho above described
business, trades or professions must promptly
renow tho samo In accordanco with law. By
order of tho Commissioners D. C. MATTHEW
TRIMBLE, Assessor D. C. . oclO-t!t,exs
T7OR EXCHANGE WE HAVE HOUSES AND
JD lots in all sections of the city for exchange.
Apply WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON,
M ME. FRANCIS,
Card reader and trance medium; gives life
from cradln to grave; sittings dally 9 to 0; cards,
i'5c; trance. OOu. 4CC E. Cap. st ocSl-Tt
DR. NICHOLSON, 707 12th t, specialist In
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT of NERVOUS DI
SEASES, euros every enso of Sciatica. Success
ful in all cases -where modlclno rails, ocl-eodtf
No chnrgo for examining tho oyes.
Your headache may bo relieved or
eyesight Improved. Tho Flnost
French lenses In ulckle mounting,
SI. Tho wrao In steel mounting, 50c.
Cheap spectacles and eyeglasses properly ad
Justed from I5C. up.
oclG-3mo. A. KAHN, 93j F st- nw.
fAGNETIC AND MASSAGE TREATMENT
lvX for norrous diseases by a professional lady;
for both sexes.
oc-7t 02 3th St so.
THIS TO THE WORK.INGMAN: WINTER IS
coming on and you must look ahead; a dollar
Is n dollar and you.can.savo a good many on an
elegant suit or overcoat slightly worn; we rnn
convince you. JUS! H'S OLD STAND, 619 D st.nw.
Mk E. McNr.tr
BCSTNESS AND TEST MEDIUM,
1911 Pcnu. nvo n. w. I
SPIRITUALISM MRS. E. McNEIL WILL HOLD
n serlos of test meetings on Wedneadoy evo
nings at Typographical Temple, 421 and 42S G st.
n.w. Dlmo collection. oc23-St
LADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement; best medical treat,
ment; bablos adopted; female complaints
treated by experienced physician; confldentlaL
Mr. Dr. RENNER, 31 B st. n. e,, Washington,
D. C. JelO-ly
RS. DR. RENNER
Has removed from 131 3d at. ne. to No. 34 B st.
ne., Washington, D. C. oc23-lmo
907 Thirteenth streot northwest
ASTROLOGER AND SPIRITUAL HEALER.
Consultations, 60 cents.
FREE DENTAL TNFIRMARY DENTAL DE
partment of Columbian University. 1325 Hst.
nw. Open dally from 1 until 5 p.m. All operations
atco&tof material used. Extracting frea oc!9-3m
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY M.A. WEAVER,
propnotor, M2EIghth st.nw. Telephone 1G13.
Laundry work ,lu all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
MME FRANCIS HAS RETURNED AND
would be glad to seo her friends at 400 E.
Cap. st. Sittings dally from 9 to 9. Cards. 25c.;
sittings, COc ocl7-St
WITH THE COAL AND GAS BILLS ON THE
incroaso why not got the bostest for tho
leastcst by coming to us for an elegant suit or
overcoat slightly worn. We have a largo stock.
JUSTH'S OLD bTAND, 019 D st. nw. oclO-tf
TREMBLY, REG1LDING AND PICTURE
frames, has removod from No. 919 Est. n. w ,
to No. 512 10th st. n. w., opposite Ford's Thea
";plE. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
lVL life. All business confidential. Ladles and
gentlemen, 60c each. Hours, 9 a. m, to 9 p. m.
605 N. ave. nw., near 6th st. ' ocl3-2w
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 tho world for accurato and truthful readings
of tho oast, prosont, and future ovonts of your
life, through her wonderful Egyptian magnetic
charm; romove? all ovll Influences and family
estrangements; unites tho separated and causes
speedy marriages; brings success In your busi
ness affairs and tolls when to make profitable
investments; no ono in the present generation
pessossos this power in a greater degree than
Dr. Jano n. Irving, who uses It only to tho ad
vantage of the human raco and to aid those who
neod tho knowledge; ladles may consult her
with confldenco on nU diseases peculiar to tholr
Satisfaction by malL Send stamp for circular.
Offlco and residence, 61G Fifth streot northwest,
opposite Pension Office, Washlncton, D. C.
This lady Is indorsed by tho press, clergy, and
public in gonornL ocS-tf
Mmes. Washington & Briggs,
604 Twolfth street northwest,
Wish to inform their customers and tho ladios
of Washington that thoy nro proparod to make
Dinner, Walking, Riding Habits,
Tailor-made Suits, Etc.
Thoy havo secured tho services of the best art
ists, and mado nrrangomonts with tho loading
houses of London, Paris, and Berlin for styles,
and will osecuto nil ordors with promptness.
Tholr customers havo been tho ollto of thl3
country, whom they havo always pleased, and
wiU guarnnteo to suit tho most fastidious.
MMES. WASHINGTON & BRIGGS,
oc7-Sm 604 Twelfth st. nw.
PROF. GLAY, a
and future causes speedy marriages unltos tho
seperatcd, toUs lovo affairs, losses, business
deals, and how to ovorcome enemies, toUs every
thing, twelve years established. Sittings 50
conts. Hours U a. m. to 9 p. m.; open Sundaya
4S9 H otroot, between Four-and-a-half and 8i:th
sts. s.w. oc6-lm
467 C Street Northwest.
OPPICE HOURS, 10 TO 1, 6 TO a
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens the nppatito and mokes the eating doubly eafoyabie. W're test bulWlnca
envlablo reputation on tho excellence of our dinners. Boat of cver7clng asqatsltfly
ccckud.cnd well served. We'ro maklnc a specialty of early dlnnw from II n. m. to 2 p.
m. Aeplendld dinner for only a) cents. Late dinners, CO cents. Prom 12 to", xcucaa
not eat good meals and pay less for them anywhere
HOTEL EMRICH, tM-a,etor.
Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Sixth Street Northwest.
North German Lloyd Steamship Go.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN, PAST
I cabin, ?00 and upward; II cabin, fi5 and 550.
Bound Trip, 355 and .$100,
Saalo, Sat, Oct 27, 8 a ml
Spree, Tu, Oct 30, U a in
Elbo, Sat, Nov 3, 9 a m
Lnhn, Tu, Nov G. 11 a m
Travo, Sat, Nov 10, 7 a m
Havel. Tu, Nov 13, 7 a ra
Ems, Sat, Nov 17, 0 am
Aller. Tu, Nov 20.11 a in
Spree, Tu, Nov 27. 7 a in
Lnhn, Tu, Dec 4, 9am
Comfortable staterooms, excellent table,
luxurious saloon apartments. For particulars
address Oelrlchs & Co., Gon. Agents, S Bowling
Green, New York; E. F. Droop fc Sons, 025 Pa.
ave.. Agents Washington. D. C. d-tf
NO. 21 G STBEET NW.
Lectures in Medical Department 5:30 to 9:30 p.
m. Dispensary open from 3 to 5 p. m. dally.
Special clinics Sunday, 2 to 4 p in. Apply to
DK. JOSEPH C. ELUR. Doan.
so30-tf 1 1ST 14th st. nw , Washington, D. C.
1864 Education for Real Life. 1894
For tons and Daughters. 1 be bponcerlan Bus
iness College. National Bank ot tho BepubUo
building, cor. 7th and D nw. Day and night ses
sions SPENCERIAN, in the national capital
i.nd throughout tho country, is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
Tho thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
Institution begins Mondty, September, 3, 1S9L
rive departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral aud
social culture, Delaarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with Initiatory bookkeepi"g;
Shorthand nnd Typewriting, including English;
Bpencerian Rapid Writing; Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly
trained teachers. Location central. Office open
every business day and night on and after Mon
day, August 6. Wrlto or cnll for new annuel
announcement. MB& 8AKA A. SPENCER,
nul0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY,
Rev. SAMUEL IL GREENE, D. D., President.
The Preparatory School opens Sept. M
Tho Columbian CoUege opens Sept Si
The Medical School opens Oct 1
Tho Dental School opens Oct 1
Tho Corcoran fcclentlflc School openi Oct 2
Tho Law School opens Oct 3
Tho School of Graduate Studies cpens ...Oct 4
LAW SCHOOL FAG'JLTY.
The Hon. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of tho
Professor of the Constitutional Jurisprudence of
the United States, of tho Law of Domestic Ke-
laticns, of Commercial Paper, and of Torts.
The Hon. WALTER S. COS. LL. D ,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
District ot Columbia,
Professor of the Law of Real and Personal Prop
erty, of Contracts, and of Crimes and Misde
meanors. Tho Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D.,
Assistant Attorney General ot the United States,
Profn-wnr of Enuitv Jurisnmdenee. of Comnaoa
Law and Equity Pleading, and of the Low of
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER, LL. D.,
Associate Juatico of tho Supreme Court of tio
Professor of tho Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. H. EMMCTT, A. M., LL. M.,
Of the Johns Hopkins University,
Lecturer on tho Civil Law
HENP.Y E. DAVIS, A. M., LL 3C,
Somctlmo Assistant Attorney of tho District of
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIAM. F. MATTING LY, esq ,
Of tho Washington Bar,
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
Tho Hon. WILLIAM EDGAR SLMONDS, A. M.,
United States Commissioner of Patents,
Professor of tho Law of Patents.
Tho Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
Associate Justiqo of the Supreme Court of tho
District of Colombia,
Lecturer on Criminal Law nnd on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL. M.,
Of the Washington Bar,
Professor of Legal Catechetics and Judge of
For catalogue ot these several schools address
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
, LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Address, MBS. WM. D. CABELL, Principal,
1425 K St. n-w. tf
VOCAL. VIOLIN, PIANO
J. F. KUECKERT,
1450 Fourteenth st. n. w.
Terms liberal. ocS-lmo.
KLNDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL, 1438 Q
street northwest. Miss Susan Pollock, prin
cipal. Training class for teachers. Refer
A fRS. MANNS KLNDERGARTEN AND
lYl school and the Elizabeth Peabody Kinder
garten Normal Training School, 131S Sunderland
place, will begin fall and winter sessions Octo
ber 1. 1S94. ' oc2-8mo
Mandolin and Guitar
Studio. A. V. Holmes.
934 F st. nvv Room 3.
MONEY TO LOAN.
jV rONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
turo, piauos, horses, carriages, wagons, &a; the
property will remain undisturbed in your pos
seaslonj terms eosy; lowest rates; private onlces;
all business strictly confidential; you can have
the money the day you apply for it: payments
can bo mado on tho principal at any time; each
payment mado wUI lessen tho cost of carrying
Please, call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
602 F st. nw., main floor. oclE-lmo
"AXONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
ItJL trusts, lifo insuranco policies, syndicate
certificates, otc. No delay if you have tho se
curlty. YERKES, & BAKER, 17 Sun Building
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany,will land you $20 nnd upward on furni
ture, pianos.horsos, wagons, Ac;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbed posses
sion; loans paid In part or In full at any timo to
suit the convenience of tho borrower, aud any
part paid reduces tho cost of carrying tho loan
in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 F SL
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
51S Fif tn st n-w. M. W. 3100RE. Manages
HOTEL PITNEY, ATLANTIC CTTY, N J.
N. Y. ave.. bet Pacific and Beach; mod.
conv.; $1.60 to $150 per day; 37 to S12 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC, BET. N.T. AND
Tenn. avos.; mod. conv.; $1.25 to $2 per day;
$7 to $10 per week; Sat to Mon.,$Z75- CHARLES
Buy a lot anywhere until you have read our ex
traordinary offer in suburban lots at boautlful
Tuxedo, adjacent to Washington, for $50 and up
ward. Station on grounds. Particulars at office.
23 F st nw. ocSS-tf
LBATJGITS GRAND OPEHA HOES.
Bdw. H. Allen jCanasej
Evenings at SL Wed. and Sat. Mats, at i.
Price 51.50, SI. 7 SO, and23vi
The Favorit Romantic Actor,
ROBERT MAN fLL.
To-dAy matinee, Monbars;" tcnlght "Parrho
elus;" Thnrs. and bat. nicats, "The Corsican
Brothert' Friday. "Hamlet" Saturday- mati
nee. "Romeo and Juliet." Next week, MAED3
JANSEN, supported by Frederic Bond an5
compady In "1158 DYNAMITJE." U
This afternoon, October 9t
KENDALLS vs. ''
COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB.
At Columbia Field (Peot of 17th. st).
Game at 4:80 sharp.
-VTEW NATIONAL THKATXK
J- Every Evening. Saturday Mattneo Only. "
Miss Ada Rehan.
School for Scandal.
Thnrs. "Lore on Crutches Fri. eve. and Sat.
mat. "Twelfth Nightr" Sat. ov. "As Yon Like It."
Next Week Hoyt's, "A Trip to Cminatown."
ACADEMY PRICES, 25, 50, 75. AND ?1 00
Every evening; Wed. and Sat. matlneex
THE AMERICAN CHAKACISR COMEDY
Next wekJ. K. EMMi.T, in Fritz In s Mad
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THJSATEB.
THIS WEEK, Matinees Every Tue., Thnrs.,
and Sat. Prices, 15, 45, 35. 50, and 75.
Return of the SensAtlonil Comply Drama,
A KENTUCKY GIRL,
who will be supported by aa excellent company.
See the great sensations. Next week Georga
Monroe A Co. in My Aunt Bridge!. ociU7 ,
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WEEK.
The Model of Refined Vande?itte
MISS HELENE MORA,
The Phenomenal Lady Baritcne.
NEXT WEEK-RICE AND BARTON'S CO.
YIRGINIA JOCKEY GLDB.
TRACK NEAR ST. ASAPH, TA.
OCTOBER 13 TO DECEMBER 1.
Forty Days of Hi;h-class Racing
Best Horses in Training Engaged.
Six Races Eirery Day.
First Race at 1:45.
Trains, direct to Grand Staad, leave Baltimoro
and Potomac Station at 1 and. 1. Baturnins
immediately after last race.
IMPROPER CHARACTERS EXCLUDED.
H. D. Mclntyre, E. E. Downham,
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
c-. - cEthegroertdaof too
Grange Camp Association ol
Five raeea wiH be run each day. Pint raw S3
2.15 P. M.
Trains wfll leave Sixth Street Depot at H3&
and L9 p. m. Heterieg at 110 a& 5. t-p. n
Improper characters wUl not bs adsUttBd.
C ENTLEMSNS DRTvTNG PARK POOLS
VTSOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACES a
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot at 3:45
and 110 a. x. 12-0, 1:40, and 3.-03 p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria Driving. Park station,
near Alexandria, Vs. CTransjwrtation re
funded, to all patrons. anlfc-3m
Wash.ng;on, D. C.
H. C. BURCH, Manages.
V Pennsylvania avenue and 14th. st. nw
O. O. STAPLES, PROPRIETOR. anlMnj
STATION C03NER OF SIXTH AND
In Effect June 24, 1894.
Ifc30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Pull
man Compartcent bleeping. Dining. Smoking,
and Observation Cars tfarnsburgtoChicagj,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and To
ledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisbnrg:
lfc33A.M. FAT LINE Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisbnrg, Parlor and Dining- Cars,
Harrisburgr to Pittsburg.
3:15 P M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
PRESS Pullman Bu3et Parlor Car toHar
nsburg. Sleeping and Dininc Cars, Harns
burg to St. Louis, Cincinnati, LooisvUls, an J
7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harrisbnrg
to Cleveland Dining Car to Chieago.
7:10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN ESPRE3S
PuUman Sleeping and Dintny Cars to Ss.
Louis, and Sleeping Car Hamaburs to Cin
cinnati. 100 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. PnUmaa
Sleeping Car to Pittsbarg.
730 a. m. for Kane, Canand&igua. Rochester,
and Niagara FaHa daily, except Sunday.
!0:30 a. m. forElmira md Renova dally, excepS
Sunday. For V HUamsport daily, 305PL m.
7:10 p m. for Williamsport, Rochester, Buffalo,
and Niagara FaUs dally, except Saturday;
with Sleeping Car Washington to Kochester.
10:40 P. M. forErie,Canandaigua,Rocheater, and
Buffalo daily, and Niagara Fait dady, except
Saturday, with Sleeping C&r Washington to
Eunira, and Saturdays only vVashisgton to
For Philadelphia, New York, and the East
4.00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED"
AU Parlor Cars, with Dining Car froi. Balti
more, for Now York dally, fr Philadelphia
weekdays. 750,75 flMnlng Car), 9:00, 9:10
(Dining Car), and 11:00 (Dining Can a. on.,
12:15, 8:15, 430, 100, and 11 p. in. On Sun
day, 7du, 7:55 (Dining Car), W30, 11:00 Uining:
Car) a.m.. IfclS. 3U5, 4:30. 100. and 11.35 pi
ra. For Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7.50
a. m. w;ei days. Express, 23)1 and ZA0 p. m.
For Boston, without change, 7:50 a. m. weelc
days, and 3:15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore 655, 750. 750, 735, 9:00, 9.40, r 10,
11.-00, and 1130 a. m., 12:15, 21, 3:15, 4:00 (Lm
lted), 450, 4.S6, 5:40, 8:14, 7:10. 100, 10:40, 11:13,
and 1135 p. ra. On Sunday, 750, 7:35, 90, 9-05,
I0-J0.ll.-O0o. m., 12:15, 1:15, 21, 3:15,4:00 (hra
Ited), 450, 5540,6:11,7:10, 100,10:40, and 11.33
For Popo's Creet line, 750 a. ra. and 4:88 jv ra.
daily, except Sunday
For Annapolis, 75, 90, and 1150 a m.,&:d
450 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sendays, 9?W
a. m., and 450 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Xlno Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville and Tampa, 4:30 a. m., 3:30 p m.
daily. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:30 p. m daily.
Richmond only, lOOft a. m. weex days.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7:45 a. ra. Joily,
and 455 p. m. weekdays.
For Alexandria. 4:30. 6:36. 7:15. b:40. 9:43, 1037,
11.50 a. m., 1230. 1:40.350,455, 50, 3.17, b.l,
8:02. 10:05, and 11:39 p. m. On Sunday at 4:30,
7:45, 915 a. m.. 45, 6:15, 8:02, and 105 p m.
Leave Alexandria for 'Washington. 85, t ,73,
80, 930, 10:15, lOiS3 a. m- 10, 2:15, 3u, 3.23,
50,5:30.6:18, 7.00.750, 9J5, 10:52, and 1LC3 p.
m. On Sunday at 6:48, 9:10, 1053 a. m , 205,
5:30. 70, 750. 9:15, and 1032 p. ra.
Ticket ofices northeast corner of Thirteenth
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho sta
tion. Sixth and B Btreots, whero orders can b
left for tho checking of baggage to destinatioa
from hotels and residences. J. K. WOOD,
General Passengor Agoak
5. IL PREVOST, General Manager.
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