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THE WASHES GTOH TIMES, 3TETDAT, KOTEMBEE 9. 1S94.
BOOIS HAD A LOSING DAY
Favorites and Strongly bached Second
Choices Wen on the Island.
OTi PROVED A DISAPPOINTMENT
Ponadea'Down to loss Than Evon Money,
"Underwood's Horse Tailed to Eepay tic"
Confidence Reposed in Him St. Asaph
Talent Had Fair Success Picking Winners.
Favorites and second choices won all the
money at Alexander Island yesterday, and as
a result the swan book-makers quit loser on
the day. In tho opening raco, Lum was
poinded for a good thing, and all or TJndei
weod's friends were down, but Lum. could
net go the route fast enough.
Siberia showed herself to be a fast filly as
ebe skimmed over the heavy track and won
easily from a good Sold. The attendance was
fair and the speculation actjve. Summaries:
How the Horses Han.
r--ii First race Seven furlongs. Selling.
t Li) Purse. m. Time, 14.
2nd. floret and vt. St.. M St Fin. Joektv.
71Markrto,l)8... 6 S lb. 1 rarsons.
im Mcky B., MB.. 4 8$ 2i 24 McXenzia
? LHto'gra'h,105... 2 4 AS a? Ham.
TO Lum. MM 8 18 4 Manlove.
738 oW Wore. 101.. 15 6 5 Murphy.
70 John Duffy, 118.. 7 7 6 6 Modmand.
6M Aunt Jae, 105-.. fi C T 7 Flynn.
jstart fair. Won easily.
Markatone. 8; Mickey B., 80; Lum. 6 to 10; Lith
ograph, " wi; Gold Wave. 6; John Dully, 80,
and Aunt Jane, 40.
r-OA Second race. Fivo furlonge. Two-year-
i. U otde. Purse, S200. Time, 1:08.
InL llortcan wt Si St Fin. Jeeie:
718 Siboria.86 S 1J 1J4 If CorWey.
7S PaB.108 6 8 2h Parsons.
(711) Thertsla. f.9S 4 8 2 8 CoBgdou.
718 t-fcaron, 1 8 4 5 4fc Murphy.
6 Brogan.iS 7 7 7 6 Neary
718 Roaota. 186 1 SJ6 4 C Donnelly
711 JtinmleJ'JBOs.lWt) 8 6 7 Carter.
711 May Howard. S3.. S 10 8 S Flynn.
e Norwav, 107 10 9 8 Coatem'n
Indian Girt. 103.. 5 10 1 Cunn'gm
Start good. 'W on easily.
BetttitK Siberia, 6 to 5: Pattie, 10; Theckla f.,
C- tiaron. 5; Brogan, 15; Hoseta, S; Jlinmle
Jawee, 25; May Howard. 40; Norway, 15, and
Jnalaa Girl, 4L
r-- Third race Sis and' one-quarter fur
i JLl. longs. Soiling. Purse, SS0& Time,
Jni.Horteandvit St 14 St Fin. Jockey.
7M T. Brophy, 1O0... 2 8 2 IS Condon.
70 L. Charlie. 100... 7 5 8 2h King.
065 dattswan, 100... 1 Ih 3J Sb Flynn.
678 BriRtatwood. 160. 4 2h 4 4 Murphy.
705 Mary B. 1C0 S 0 6 5 Donnelly.
666 Emily W., 102... 5 4 6 C Cuu'ngh'm.
em Ftaauce, 100 6 7 7 7 Neary.
Start fair. Won easily.
Betting Tommy Brophy. 8; LltUe Charlie, 4;
Clansman. SO; BriPhtwood, 30; Alary P., Sto5;
Emily W., 10, and Finance, 10.
rO'l Fourth race Five furlongs. Selling.
( Li. Purse, 200 Time, 1:04.
Jnd. Horse and tot. St M, SL Fin. Jockey.
TO Fagot, 100 8 Si 2 1 Murphy.
718 JCeedmore, 100 .. M l S King.
714 Judge Poet, 105.. 2 1 1H: 810 Parsons.
ASS LarryK., 100.... 5 6 4 4 Alford.
705 Silver Queen, 109 1 28 5 Manlove.
665 SenttaoMOa.... 4 G 6 C Smith.
Start fair. Won eaUy.
Betting Fagot. 5 to 2; Needmore, 12; Judge
Port, 8; Larry K., 7 to 2; Silver Queen 2, and Senti
r-vjo Fifth race Six and a half furlongs. Sell
( ZO iag. l'urse, $200 Time, l7fc.
Ind. Horse enevt St XA St Fm. Jockeu.
718 Grand Prix, 101.. 2 1- 14 If Manlove.
710 MoKeover. 104.. 8 Sh Sh 2nk Clare
71 Bellariua,87 fi C 6 8t Corbley.
7S J. McLa'ghlin,101 5 2tt 2h 4i Parsons.
767 Aloneo, 104. 1 5 5 5 Murphy.
714 Bon Voyage, 105.. 4 4 4 6 Bogart
712 Bright JIyes,S4... 7 7 7 7 Andrews.
Start fair. Won g&Uoping.
Bowing Grand Prix. 2; McKeever, 2U; Beli
finrius. 16 to 5; Jira McLaughlin. G; A&onxo, 5;
Hon A'oyage, 12, and Bright Eyes, 80.
Card for To-day.
First race Five furlongs.
Index. Jlorte. Wt
7W l)ocVlok 100
6 Venusberg.... 100
715 Jack -Wilson.. 100
88 Banjo 100
76 Alva 100
661 W.Heulahan .. 100
093 Kew Dance.... 100
087 MoCormlck.... 100
Index. Ilortc. TTt.
700 Maggie Heck.. 100
718 Trixy Gardner. 100
600 Jennie T 100
722 Larry K 100
715 MayE 100
710 John Winkle.. 100
(722) Fagot - 100
Second race Seven furlongs.
Jttdex IIre Wt
715 Tube Peso..... 95
78 Lyceum 83
728 Atoaae 9S
7W Cheddar 101
728 JtoHsarius..... 101
Index. Horn Wt
703 Quartermaster 8S
716 Ponce deLeon 102
(712) Tioga 95
716 Winifred 90
714 Can't Tell..... 101
Third raco Four and one-half furlongs.
Jnder. Horse. Wt. Ind'X. orw. JTt
Vm Joyewse 9 baWnafllly..... 99
(TBI) The Clown 102 43 Jolly Boy 102
6!S Warwavonda.. SS 68S O'Heam 99
.. m K uuiswer. jwi
67S W. O'Brien.... 9
711 Forenao 99
S2 Tree Top 108
.711 Dama 99
MS Wiudgale 108 I
Fourth race Six and one-half furlongs.
Index. Hore. Wt Index. Herat. WL
TBI Jack Loveti.... 116 I 71S Mask. 110
71S Ellen 11 OS
BSC KoaaUL 301
Pitta race One mile.
74cc Horse. Wt.
7W Circular, Ml
7M Lum.. 101
728 ilcKeover. 102
Index. Horse. Wt
651 Missive 101
707 Dare Devil 92
Tirst race Fagot, Jeunie T.
eeod raco Tioga, Ponce do Leon.
Third race Sabina, ltufus.
Focjrth race Annoreau, Mask.
Plfth race Dare Dovil, McKeovor.'
Pointers from the Paddock.
Through the efforts of Judge McMahon
Joekey Johnson has been reinstated.
The Times yesterday picked four out of tho
Markstone's price was a false ono on per
formauee. Jim Underwood and all his friends foil
heavily on Lum.
Mlekey B. shows improvement in every race,
and will be cherry ripe in a few days.
Prank Weir bet heavily on Siberia, and she
only had a gallop to win.
Pattie seems to be improving rapidly.
Tommy Brophy won very easily. His owner
played him from G to 2- to 1.
Owing to tbe numerous scratches the third
race was declared off and the fourth split.
Paget showed marked improvement and
won easily, the Daly contingent playing him
from C to 2 to 1.
ilrtehtwood seemed unable to run a yard in
Grand Prix at 2 to 1 was a false price in the
compauj he was meeting.
Hugh McCarren bad a good sweller on
Prank Weir once again fel! to his old favor
Chief Boyian and all the ao-callod talent fel
to a man on Mary B.
Kesiilts on Other Tracks.
Oakley: Oerro Gordo, Suspcnce, Alabama,
AJenao, and Jfoat IV Or.
Oakter ABtrieo for to-day:
Mwt race Eteven-sixteenth of a mile. Enid,
Vlkri, SprtoKvale. and Tom Nye, 99 oach;
fibteld Bearer. 102; O'Counoll, 104; Charlie Wil
son, Cm, and Domingo, 107 each, and Geral
feeoottd race Five furlongs. Selling. Sum
mer Coon and Miauty Bob, 103 each: JIannon,
101; Atule, Malmaison, and I air Deal, 102 each:
EUfliC. Tbe Henrietta, and Queens 1-akc, 103
cn; Cena, Sir Roh, Lorcna. ana Chagrin, 116
eacfe. aud Gcodwin, 107.
Third raca bsieu furlongs Bonnie May 104;
jUae I. MM; Eldorado aud IViUard. 114 each; Loil
iw, Pirate Sins, and Strathrol, 117 each; Viola
Knight. 110, and Traverse. 123
Fourth race Thineen-Hixteentl's cf a mil'.
Btaucb Kenney and Crescent Etiae, 103 each:
Oakley. 106, and Mary Lou, 110
Fifth nee -tSelltag; one aud one-aixteenth
Miles Ffeilopaua. Alethia Allen, and Hatlie
Mack. S6 each; Theua, Fred Gardner, Crevas&e,
and PfttatMKc 99 oach
Harlom: Minnie Marklin, Oeric Pcllias, Bessie
BhOand, Jamaa v. Carter, end MIrs Uovett
. Rrt race wveu furlo&p. Teela May, 112;
Shner fl, o3tfa Park. Asian, GaUopiu. Tatter
sal, Snoeria, end Eassas (Hrt, 112 aach; Buenos
Ayros, Woodsiown, Twenty-throe, and De
signer, 115 oai'h.
Second raco Six furlongs. Fullorton Tjiss,
Victoria, Florry Myers, Jugador, and Helen, 9'J
each: Senl Divar. Luciuda, Onyx, and HqIoii
Wren, 104 oach; Salvago, AVirt Adams, Leader
Ban, Colonel S.. Powers, Ono Dime, aud Sil
Third raco Ono mile and twonty yards. Dam
nsk and Orhlt, 80 each; Zoulika, 9; Indon
ville, San Salvador, Morss, Character, Tho Dis
tiller, and Outcr, 99 oach; VInlon. HI Kouo, Van
Zant, Hoodlum, and Kalamazoo, 102 each; Mou
toll, 108, and George W. and Snowball, 113 cadi.
Fourth raco Five furlongs Hilda Hay and
Aroma, 95 oach; 1'lrate, US; Allle W., bwoetheart,
Baldur, Pisa, David, Waller O., and Duel:
Knight, 100 each, and Walkover, 103.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Frocdman, 70;
James V., Carter, and Seniole, 99 ench; Moses
Salomon, Hapier, lioyal I'r nee, and Freddio L. T
102 each; Susotc,AlicoD., Oakviuw and Xoro
marks.lOJ oach, and Ulazo Duke, Dago, Bryau,
and tilenoid, 107 each.
Winners at Nashvilfo: Leonard B. Oroalln, Lot
tie Mills, Molllo 15., Zoko Hardy, and Undo
East St liouis rosults: Carolina, Bay Court,
Calob, Jim Head, and Fonschway.
FAVORITES TO THE FHOXT.
Pour First Choices Were Successful at the
St. Asaph Course
A heavy" track played hob with tho card at
St. Asaph yesterday, the heavy track being
responsible for numorous scratchiugs. Tho
original fourth race was declared off and a
selling affair for two-year-olds was substi
tuted. Tho talent had rather tho bettor or
the fourteen poncilers on tho day, as four
favorites and two etrongly-backed second
Just before tho racing began W. C. Daly
made his appearance in tho secretary's office
and introduced the heretofore mysterious
W. Wood. Tho Intter produced papers
showing ho had purchased "Father" Dill's
horses and the documents will bo prcsonted to
tho jockey club at tho meeting next week.
Summaries of to-day's racing:
First race Ono mile. Beaton horsea Handi
cap, l'urse, $100. Time, 1.19t.
Puliteer, 9S. 12 to 5 (Keef e) 1
Judge Morrow, 110. S to 5 (Grlllln) 2
Bonavonturo, 95, 80 to 1 (Johus) 3
Illume, 101 (Penn) 7 to I, also ran.
Good start W on galloping by four lengths,
tlireo lengths between second aud third.
Pulitacr lod from tho start, winning in a
Second race Six and a half furlongs Boaten
three-year-old tlllies. Selling. Purse, $800.
Melody. HI, 1 to 7 (llttlefleld) 1
Virago, 100, 7 to 1 (Bergen) . 2
Mlciuac tjue en, 110, 15 to 1 (Doggott) 3
Good start V on pulling up, twolve lengths
botweeu second aud third.
Third raco Seven furlongs Handicap, for
two-year-olds. Purse, 6800. Time, 1:33.
McKoo, 111.1 to 1 (Griffin) . 1
Emma, 95, 12 to 1 (Carrigan) 2
Lobengula, 106, C to 1 (Midgely) 3
Phoebus, 111 (Littleneld), 18 to 5, andTartuffo,
97 (Keefo), 80 to 1, also ran.
Good start Won easily by six longths. throe
parts of a length botuoen second and third.
McKee led throughout and won in a walk.
Fourth race Four and a half furlongs. Two-year-olda
Selling. Purse, $800. Time, 0:59.
Derelict. 10PW. 7 to 10 (Sims) 1
Puuch. 108.9 to5 (Bergen 2
Marigold Ally, 110, 50 to 1 (Doggett) 3
Pouch colt, 105 (Griffln) 8 to 1, also ran.
Fair start Won easily by a longth and a half,
four lengths between second and third.
Punch led to the last sixteenth when Derelict
went to the front and won easily.
Fifth race One mile. Selling. Purse, $200.
Mies Dixie, 99, 9 to 20 (Keofe) 1
Little Mat. 95, 2 to 1 (K. Dogcett) 2
Tom Skid more, 108, 15 to 1 (Griffln) 3
Fair start Won oasily by a length and a half,
fifteen lengths between second nnd third.
Miss Dixie was always in front and could never
Sixth race Five and one-half furlongs. Selling.
Purse, $800 Time, 1:12K
Will Elliott, 101, 9 to 5 (E. Tribe) 1
Pochino, 108, 7 to 1 (Griffln) 2
Wernborg. Ill, 4 to 5 (Doggott) 3
Poor start Won handily by three parts of a
length, four longths between second and third.
Will Elliott had tho best of a bad start and was
Anne Hathaway tells how it feels to ride
on a locomotive. Head hor thrilling and in
teresting story In next Sunday's Times.
Entries for To-day.
First race Four and ono-half furlongs. Festi
val. 115; Tuscan and Turquoise, 97 each; XIneveb.
and Parthenia, 103 each; Forager, 109, and Eve
lyn Carter Ally, 97.
Second race ive nnd one-half furlongs.
Wernborg, 114; Mclntyre, 115; Flirt, 109; Long
Brook, 118, and Molody, 105.
Third race Kilkenny, 93; Lorimer, Senator
Ves . and Whito Wings, 100 each, and Blackfoot
and Gramplon, 102 each.
Fourth raco Four and a half furlongs.
Curious. 91; Samaritan. 97; Vent and Apprentice,
108 each; Jewel. 94, and Inn, 112.
Fifth race Five and a half furlongs. Ed
Kearney, 109; Walcott, 91; Poynard, 101, and
Star Actress, 101.
Sixth race Five-eighths of a mlla Glecsome,
101: Little Billy. 105; Will Elliott and ro, 100
oach; Wah Jim, 102; Harris, 94, and Old Domin
ion and Prince George, 109 each.
First raco Festival; Parthenia.
Second race Flirt: Molody
Third race Blackfoot; Kilkenny.1
Fourth race Curious; Samaritan.
Fifth race Ed Kearney; Star Actress.
Sixth race Will Elliot; i ittlo Billy.
Along the Line.
Cowan, McLaughlin and tho mysterious
stranger bet heavy on Pulitzer.
Dan Donnelly and George Bowman bet on
"Sol" bet on Judge Morrow.
Col. rulsifer had a bet both ways on Bona
vonturo. Wheelock and the mysterious stranger bet
heavy on Virago a place.
Zaok and Phil played Phoebus straight and
the mysterious stranger played it for a place.
Joe and Charley Auspach went down tho
line on McKee.
Jimmy Shields, ot ner of McKee, bet $100
on Phoibds to save tho purse.
Ed. Purser and Jack Bennett plnyed Emma
for tho place.
Whoelock bet on Punch for a little.
Shields and Ed. Tyler bet $100 between
thorn on tho Punch colt.
The mysterious strarfger, Billy Donahue,
W. P. Burch and all the talent got down
heavy on Derelict.
Ed. Turser, tho owner of Miss Dixie, bet
81,000 on hor; also Zack Wheelock and
Gaines bet 6500 a crack on hor.
Phil thought Wernberg a sure thing and
bet several thousand dollars on the horse.
W. Sands and Georgo H. Anderson, back
ers of the Double X club, were released yes
terday after a hearing before a Virginia jus
tice of the peace.
HANDLER THE WINNER.
i The Newark Hoy Proved Too .Much for
Greenfield, the Englishman.
At the Eureka Athletic Club arena on Alex
ander Island last evening Walt Greenfield, of
Birmingham, Encland, and Jimmy Handler,
of Newark, X. J., met before a fair-sized
crowd in a finish fight for a $1,500 purso.
Previous to this match Larry McDonald, of
Massachusetts, obtained tho decision over
Chaney Uolcomb, of Washington, in their
teu-round go. McDonald did most of tho
leading, but Ilolcomb was in much better
condition at tht- end of tho ten rounds. Ho
could have beaten McDonald in a llnish light
The star event of tho ovcninc occasioned
considerable interest, Handler being the favor
ite at 10 to 7 in the betting. As tbo men en
tered the ring it was announced by tho referee
that each had weighed in under tho stipulated
limit of 123 nounds. The principals bet $500
oach before the first round
Both men showed up in excellent condi
tion, aud they put up an interesting exhibi
tion. In tho first round Handler gained
ilrst blood, while in the fifth Greenfield twice
floored Handler, but tho gong prevented his
following up tho advantage. The fighting
was clean and sharp, both evincing a dispo
sition to mix it up at any and every stage for
tbe first ten rounds.
After this tho Englishman resorted to tho
Charley Mitchell tactics of walking around.
aud kept Handier following him about the
ring. In tbe sixteenth round Handler floored
his man with a stiff right-arm jab and Green
Held took seven seconds before hat staggered
to his feet and then only to beJRgbt with a
similar punch which put lnjtBRt for good.
It was the unanimous opWron tho fight was
the best in every respect ever nulled off in
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of fine Cloth, English. Mack
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them $io and $12 as would
315 Ttii St. N. W.
We've sent out a number of
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to come in and see our line of
OVERCOATS we're think
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Ten different styles to
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Silk-lined sleeves satin shouldors
plain or fancy woolen lined body.
YOU CANNOT DUPLICATE ANY ONE IN THE
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Another thing worth your while rid-
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To-day Is as good a time as any to
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You've missed seeing one
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Cuisine and chef have no
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CHEVIOT SUITS AT $20,
The more you know about fine tailor
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Made up in elegant, rich-looking,
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Thoro's tervico in 'em up to spring time.
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There was the' oil of gladness and corn
of plenty" atMasonieTemplo, corner Jackson
and Pierce streets, last evening, the occasion
being the annual visitation of tho officers of
tho Grand Lodge of tho District to Anacostia
Lodge, No. 21, F. and A. M. The visiting of
ficials were welcomed by Adolphus Gudo,
master of tbe local lodge, and niter the usual
routine of official business there was an ad
journment to the largo entertainment hall on
tho first floor where a banquet was served.
Covers were laid for 150 persons, and tho
stage nnd tables lavishly decorated with
growing palms . and blooming chrysanthe
mums, furnished by Mr. A. Gude. Thoro
wero toasts, music, and speeches. Tho
Grand Lodge visitors were H. S.
Merrill, M. W. Grand Master; D. G. Dixon,
R. W. 11. G. M.; G. W. Balrd, S. G. M.;
Matthew Trimble, junior grand warden; W.K.
SIngletou, grand secretary; Joseph Hnmacher,
grand lecturer; Bov. C. B. Smith, grand chap
lain; S. C. Palmer, grand marshal; J. H.
Small, jr.. senior crnnd deacon; W. G. Hen
derson, junior grand deacon; H. Standiford,
sword bearer: A. K. Lind, grand pursuivant;
M. Senton, senior srand steward; G. H. Wal
ker, junior grand steward; J. N. Birckhead,
grancLtiler. Tho following named wives and
daughters of Anacostia Masons assisted at the
banquet: Mesdames. A. Gude, C. T. Walson,
G. O. Walson, Mary Tavender, W. W. Fisher,
J. E. Minuix, Mina B. Smith, and Lottie It.
Smith, and Misses Kate Kuhn, Mattie Bedd,
and Lizzie Walson. Grnud Treasurer 0. O.
Duncanson being confined to his homo Yith a
sprained anklo Past Master Thomas Taylor,
of Lebanon Lodge, performed his duties for
William H. Peck, an employe of the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing, boarded Anacos
tia earfto. 20 lufet evening and forgot to pay
his fare. On being reminded by tho driver
he handed him a quarter and asked for tick
ets. Tho driver, as Mr. Peck claims, returned
to tho front platform, and, holding up a pack
ace of tickets, told Peck to come for them.
This Peck rofujed to do, and retained his
seat. The driver, ho claims, then shut tho
door and kept tho tickets. On arriving at
Anacostia Mr. Peck appeared before Justice
Carroll Smith and fib-d a suit for 20 cents
against the street car company, which amount
he claims has been unlawfully converted by
tho driver. Tho case was assigned for hear
ing this afternoon at 5 o'clock, and a lively
trial is anticipated.
William B. McConchie was arrested yester
day afternoon on a warrant sworn out by
Bobert E. Do Shazo, an employe of tho Ana
costia Pail way Company, charging him wi h
larceny of $10. McConchie, who was recently
discharged by the company, room9 with Do
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tho latter claims that McConchie abstracted
the money from a sum of $70 in bills, con-
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OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES,
District of Columbia, Washington. Novem
ber 1, 1S94. Tax-payors of tho District will tako
notice that tho undersigned has received tho
statement of assessment of personal taxes for
the District of Columbia for tho year ending
Juno 30, 1895, and will be ready to recelvo pay
ment at this offlco from and after the FIRST
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1S91.
Ono half of said tax is duo November 1,1894,
tho other half May 1, 1S95. On so much of tho
flrst half of said tax duo Novembor, 1&94, ns shnll
not bo paid during said month, a penalty of 2
per cout will bo added on tho flrst day of each
sneceeding month thereafter until tho same is
paid or otherwise proceeded with as the law
directs. Tho law also imposes like penalty for
non-payment of second half, duo May 1, 1894, if
not paid within said month of May.
E. G. DAVIS,
no9-6t ex sun Collector of Taxes.
SPECIAL NOTICE-SPECIAL MEETING MT.
Vernon Assembly 1793, Thursday evening nt
7.S0 to make arrangements for the funeral of
n i n , nmi if TT"TT?1? it
TO PHOTO-ENGRAVERS TREASURY DE
pnrtment, offlco of the Light-house Board,
Washington, November 6, 1894. Proposals will
bo received at this office until 2 o'clock p. n
on 1 HURSDAY, tho 15th dny of Novembor, 1S94,
for furnishing hard copper printing blocks,
phote-ougraved in half tone, for illustrating tho
annual report of tho Light-house Board for tho
fiscal yoar ending June 30, 1894. Specifications
nnd torm of proposal may bo obtained on ap
plication at this office, whoro the illustrations
from which tho blocks aro to be made may bo
seen. The right to reject any or all bids, and
to waivo any defects Is reserved. JAMES A.
GREER, Roar Admiral, U. S. N., Chairman.
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
518 Fifth t n.w M W MOORE. Manager.
nnd $44 in money was taken from McConchio
when arrested. When seen at tbe station by
a Times reporter, McConchie declined to
talk further than to deny his guilt.
The wife and family of Mr. J. T. Fowlor
have moved to his farm near Marlboro. Mr.
Fowler will still continue his business hero,
but will reside at Marlboro.
Messrs. Georce O. AValson and A. L. Rioh
ardsou returned from a trip to Now York city
Tho first woman to rido on a locomotive. Bead
The Sunday Times.
Vendig Did Not ppear "Circular Joo"
"Vendig did not appear against Jcrald F.
Tucker, a bellboy at the Cochran Hotel, who
was charged with stealing $124 from him, in
the police court jesterday. The case was ac
"Love and Life."
Watts' celebrated and mnch-talkcd-about
picture, "Lovo and
Life." which still remains hidden
from public view in the Whito
House, will be artistically repro
duced in next Sunday'B Times.
A LADY WOULD LUCE A POSITION AS
TYPEWRITER AND CLERK,
or typewriting to do at home. Address
no9-St CLERK G.; this office.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FUO.M OWNER
for cash good house in northeast, not to
oxcocd $1,500; give location and particulars.
A. S. CAYWOOD, 933 9th street northwest It
TTTANT ALL TO KNOW THAT I DO NOT
V handle waro gotten up to supply tho under
bid, and have arranged to furnish responsible
parties with llrst-class furnaces, ranges and la
trobes, payable In installments. Address by
postal ROBERT C. ARMSTRONG, 1010 11 St nw.
SALESMAN OF FIVE YEARS'EXPERIENCE
wnnts a position of any kind. Address
no4-0t This offlca
WANTED-PERPONS WISHING EASY, PRO
fltnblo homework are Invited to lot mo ex
plain the attractions of crayon portrait ma king.
Address "ARTIST," 800 Eloventh streot n. w.
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And chargo only for painting; work guarnntood.
NAT. RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO., 1023 8th nw.
all old V. S. stamps, for which will pay
high cash prlcos. Will call or eoihI my address
on request W. J. Walker, P. O, box 257. novl-7t
T7ANTEJJ-LADIES TO LEARN MME. WASU-
T ington's Ladles' Tailor bydtem; drafts di
rect on tho material; call and Investigate; this
systom Is so thoroughly taught that scholars,
after finishing, are fully competent to tako
chargo of business for thomsulvos or tako lead
ing positions for othors. Positions nt 004 12th st
nw. 'secured after learning. ocT-dino
WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CaLL
at Bush's now place, 817 7th st nw., and
got a nice cold bottle of beer for 5 cents.
FOB SALE HOUSES.
A SUBSTANTIAL tfROOM FRAME IN THE
n. e.; lot 24.0x100; price only 31,200. Terms,
$25 cash: balance 812.C0 per month without in
terest. These payments aro barely above ront;
R. E. MORRIS, 700 14th st. Room 4. nS-Gt
FOR SALE THE BUSINESS PROPERTY 912
E st. n. w Furthor particulars can bo
learned by applying to Mrs. J. B. PORTER, at
the Fredonla Hotel, II st n. w. no7-lm
FOB BENT HOUSES.
DOA Of WILL RENT A VERY DESIRABLE
Vy.fJV G-room house. 1229 31 st n. w.
Water and gas. Enquire o f
no9-3t CIL4.RLES G. THORN, 1213 F st n. w.
JOR RENT $37.90 WILL RENT A VERY DE
sirable 8-room brick house, 1203 13th st. n.w.,
cor. 13th and M; all modern improvomeu s. En
qutro of CHARLES G. THORN, 1213 F. st n.w.
FOR RENT TO A COLORED FAMILY. NEAT
2-story frame on Q st n. e., Trinidad; very
cheap and rent freo for 1 week. CHAULE S G.
RINGWALT, Atlantic Bld'g., 920 F st n.w. no9-3t
Washington's prettiest suburb, situated on tho
Pennsylvania Railroad, within a few minutes
ride of tho city. Station on property. Commu
tation almost as low as street car fare, G cents.
Wo will give you your choice of any lot (for the
next few days only) for tho low price of $50,
either cash or Installments. Excu sions daily
at 11:50 a. m. Circular and tickets at offlco, 023
F street northwest.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD SOUND HORSE,
F. V. M. This offlco.
JJOR SALE -ELEGANT IMPROVED GRAND
square upright piano 'rosewood (7 octaves,
cost S4D0, will sell for S1G5, been In use only a few
months. M. V. WEBB, 217 D str eet, N. W.
FOR SALE PIANO BARGAINS A NEARLY
new Emerson upright for $175: a square
Grand, good as new, ?100; splendid new upright
pianos for $275 on easy installments. Your orders
fur tuning and repairing solicited at G. L.
WILDS BROS. & Co. , 709 7th st nw. no6-7t
LOUNGES, S2.60; COOK STOVES, 55;
heaters, $2.50; oak desk, S5; $1 per week for
bedroom and parlor suites. REDMOND'S CASH
AND CREDIT HOUSE, 613 7th at nw. no3-7t
FOR SALE GOLD FISHES. FANCY PIGEONS,
Singing Canaries. Mocking Bird6, Parrots,
Monkoys, Fancy Poultry, Maltese and Angora
Kittens. S( HMID'S Bird Stores, No. 712 12th st
nw. and 1221 Pa. ave. nw. oc9-3m
liEaton, Burnett & Durling,
Business College and School of
Shorthand and Typewriting.
12th and F Streets N. W.
Superior Advantages at Moderate Cost
DAY SCHOOL for thoso who can attend.
NIGHT SCHOOL for those who aro busy during
tho day. oc7-eod3m
Graduate Leipzig Royal Conservatory,
PIANO, ORGAN AND HARMONY,
ncS-7t 1140 6th st n.w.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Address, MRS. WM. D. CABELL, Principal,
1435 K st n.w. tf
VOCAL, VIOLIN, PIANO
J. F. RUECKERT,
1459 Fourteenth st n. w.
Terms liberal no3-lmo.
KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL, 1425 Q
streot northwest Miss Susan Pollock, prin
cipal. Training class tor teacnors. Refer
",fRS. MANNS KINDERGARTEN AND
llJL school and the Elizabeth Peabody Kinder
garten Normal Training chool, 1918 Sunderland
place, will begin fall and winter sessions Octo
ber 1, 1694. oc2-2rao
1864 Education for Real Life. 1894
ror 1.0U3 ami .Daughters, 'lhe bpencorian Bus
iness College, National Bank of tho Ropublio
building, cor. 7th and D nw. Day and night ses
sions bi'KNCEHIAN, in tho national capital
and throughout tho country, is a household word,
associatod with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
The thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institut on begins Monday, September, 3, 1S94.
Five departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarto system of expression,
civics, politlca1 economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with init atory bookkeepi g;
Shorthand and Typewriting, including English;
Spencerian 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 0. Wrlto or ca.l for new annual
ann. uncoment MRS. SARA ASPENCEE,
aul0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
Mandolin and Guitar
Studio. A. V. Holmes,
934 F st. nw., Room 3.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c.; tho
property will remain undisturbed in your pos
session; torms easy; lowest ratos; private offices;
all business strictly confidential; you can havo
tho money tho day you apply for It; payments
can bo mado on tho principal at any time; each
payment mado will lessen the cost of carrying
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO..
002 F st nw., main floor. ocI3-lmo
-ftTONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
lJL trusts, life insurance policies, syndicate
certificates, eta No delay if you havo tho se
curity. YERKES & BAKER, 17 Sun Building.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany.wlll lend you 120 and upward on furni
ture, pianos,norses, wagons, c,;no publicity and
property to remain in your undisturbod posses
sion; loans paid in part orin full at any timo to
suit the convenience of tho borrower, aud any
part paid reducos tho cost of carrying tho loan
in proportion to the amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 P st
ket affords we think none too good for you. Exquisitely
cooked,and served. A pint of good claret with it, too.
HOTEL EMRICH On the Avenue, between 4 & 6th Sts.
ALBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
lw. II. AHon, Manager.
t; . f tri c t v.
Under the management
L' VATtnvAT. TrisriTtri?
Everj ovonlng; Wed. and Sat matinees.
Next Week TflE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS. noS-tf
Tho Celebrated Persian Seoress and
Prophetess. NOWHERE. Will give 70U
KEY OP MYSTERY,
KEY OF YOUR
KEY T n A T
Gin DBS YOUR
i,A2 ' T "W 't''
True advice given on business, love, Invest
ments, nnd all affairs of life with famous suc
cess. 929 E st nw ; 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., except
Thursday afternoon". Watch ad. In Sunday's
paper. Tips for tho races given. no8-8t-wxS
SPIRITUALISM MAGGIE GAULE, OF BAL
tlmore, Md., will be in the city every Friday
during the dny for private sittings at 905 II
at nw. At 8 p. m. public seances are held at
Wonn's Hall, Gth st, near G.
Card reader and trance medium; gives life
from cradle to grave; sittings daily 9 to 9; cards,
25c; trance, 50c. 400 . Cap. st nov7-8t
THE WONDER OF THE AGE IN CURING
diseases. Tho otherial natural breath cure
builds now lungs aud kidneys. Apply by mail
only to De. J. P. QUG, 997 13th st nw. no7-3t
COUNTE5-S PABEBA. THE PERSIAN TRANCE
and test medium, will hold circles every
Monday, Y ednesday, and Friday, 8 p. m.; coL
25a; 929 E n. w.; private sittings dally. noS&ll
npOP f flV WONDERFUL CLAIR
riAUri vL-rt I voyant aud medium;
tells your life from cradlo to grave; every
hidden mystery revealed: tells the busineea that
will bring you greatest success; in love affairs ho
nover fails; unites separated; recovers loesos;
causes speedy marriages; removes evil influ
ences; foretells with a certainty all commercial
and business transactions: twelve years estab
lished. Ladles and gentlemen. 50 cents each.
Hours 9 to 9; open Sunday. 4i9 H St., bet y
and 6th sts. sw. no7-lm
ARRIVAL OF COUNTESS HABEBA, PERSL.VN
Seerees and Prophetess, Trance, and Busi
ness Medium. Don't fail to consult her. She is
wonderfaL nsslstod by Prof. TASCO, tho great
Clairvoyant and Healing Medium. Parlors, 829 E
st nw. hours, 9 to 12 a. m., and 1 to 8 p. m., ex
cept Sunday and Thursday afternoons.
TO A PERSON HAVING $200 TO SPARE FOR
3 or 4 months' investment, I can offer the
chance of a lifo time.
For particulars address
SOLID, this office.
MRS. T. H. ILVLE, TEACHER OF MENTAL
Science Healing, will take a few patients.
Consultation free. Hours, 1 to 6 p.m. 125Astne.
Mrs. E. McNeil.
BUSINESS AND TEST MEDIUM,
1911 Pea. ave. n. w.
MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF i
life. All business confldentiaL Ladies and
gentlemen, 50c. each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. i
M ;N. Y. ave. nw., near 6th st ociS-sw
IF YOU HAD SICKNESS OR DEATH LN YOUR
house havo your feathers, mattresses, .cell
ing, walls, renovated; best work: low prices.
CONTINENTAL CARPET CLEANING CO.,
oc2S-0mo 11 N. Y. ave.
CARPETS AND RUGS OF ALL KINDS
cleaned; sewing, fitting, and laying with
promptness: low prices; insured against loss by
Are. CONTINENTAL CARPET CLEANING
COMPANY, 1411 N. Y. ave.
No chargo for examining the eyes.
Your headache may be relieved or
eyesight improved. The Finest
French lenses in nicxle mounting.
SI. Tho same in steel mounting, 50c.
Cheap spectacles and eyeglasses properly ad
Justed from I5c. up.
ocl6-3ma A. KATES', 93j F st nw.
LADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement; best medical treat
ment; babies adopted; female complaints
troated by experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs. Dr. RENNER, 1 B st n. , Washington,
D. a jelO-ly
RS. DR. RENNER
Has romoved from 131 3d st ne. to No. 34 B st
na, Washington, D. C. oc2S-lmo
FREE DENTAL INFIRMARY DENTAL DE-
nw. Open daily from 1 until 5 pm. All operations i
atcost of material used Extracting free. ocr9-3m I
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY M.A. WEA ER,
proprietor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry work in all its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
rpREMBLY, REGILDLNG AND PICTURE
JL frames, has removed from No. 919 E st n. w ,
to No. 512 10th st n. w., opposite Ford's Thea
DR. JANE IL IRVTNG 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 and truthful readings
of tho Dast, present, and future ovents of your
life, through hor wonderful Egyptian ma?net c
charm; removes all evil influences and family
estrangements; unites the separated and causes
speedy marriages; brings success in your busi
ness affairs and tells when to make profitable
investments; no one in the pro-ent generat on
pessessos this power in a greater degree than
Dr. Jane H. Irving, who uses it only to the ad
vantage of the human race and to aid those who
need tho knowledge; ladies may consult her
with confidence on all disoases peculiar to their
Satisfaction by malL Send stamp for circular.
Offlco and residence. GIG Fifth street northwest,
opposite Pension Office, Washincton, D. C.
1 his lady is indorsed by the press, clergy; and
public in general- oc-tf
Mines, Washington & Briggs,
COl Twelfth street northwest.
Wish to inform their customers and the ladles
of Washington that they are" propared to make
Dinner, Walking, Killing Habits,
Tailor-made Suits, Etc.
They havo secured the services of the best art
ists, and mado arrangements with tho leading
houses of London. Paris, and Berlin for styles,
and will executo all orders with promptness.
Their customers havo been the elite of this
country, whom they have always pleased, and
will guarantee to suit the most fastidious.
MMES. WASHINGTON A BRIGGS,
oc7-3m 004 Twelfth st nw.
407 C Street Northwest
OFITCE HOURS. 10TO1, 6TOS.
German Mediterranean Service,
NORTH GERMAN .HAMBURG-AMERICAN
LLOYD S. S to I LINE
Past steamers between Jew lorK ana
XT t ,-... W TT nw. 1 1ft n m tlv.nM
F. Hisraarck.Def. S, 1:30 p. m..forAlg.,Nap.,Gon.
Fulda. Dec. 13, 10 a. m., for Genoa.
--...,.,!, .ion r m . Al Hon . Alerandrlri
K liscr W. II. Jan. 19. 1 p. m.,forAlg..Nap., Gen.
W"rra, Fob. 2, 10 a m.. Ale-, Nap. O en., Azores.
Xormannia, Feb. 16, Jl a. m., Alg., Nap., Gon.
I kaiser W II, Feb. 23,7 a.m., for Alg., Nap., Gen.
All steamers stop at Girbraltar.
' Return tickets available for the steamers of
either lino from Naples. Genoa. Gibraltar, Ham
burg, Bromen, Londun, and Southampton. Di-
roct connection from Genoa, Naples, to Egypt by
N. G. Lloyd a S. Co. a imp. Mail btrs.
North German Lloyd, Hamburg-American
Oelrlch Jc Co., G. Agts., Line.
2 Bowling Green, N. Y. 37 Broadway. N.l.
E. F Droop, 925 Pennsylvania avenue, agent
I or Washington, D. C.
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER of ours is win
ning lots of custom. You'll not wonder
when we explain that the very best the mar
Eve. nt 8. Wed. and Sat Mat at Z
Prices. 31.50, 41.00, 75c, 50c., and 25c.
SANS GENE, Ai.)
or Augustus ittou. j
"TIM GREAT BROOKLYN HANDICAP.
ACAMMY PRICES, 25, 50, 75, AND $1 00.
Wed. and Sat Matinees, 25 and 50a
Tim Jiurphv and Ergenc Canfield.
To-night, flrst time on any at-'ge of Window's
Fa ileal Comedy,
Next Woak Uanlon Brothers' FANTASMA.
YIRGHjIA JOCKEY CLUB.
ST. ASAPH, VA.
Six Races Daily.
Trains, direct to Grand Stand, leave Baltimora
and Potomac Station at 1 and 1:20. nos-tx
OUR "MUM" SHOW.
CHRYSANTHEMUM show and annual
FALL ELOW-aR OPEN1M. begins t-day
and we've made elaborate preparataonc
for it Charming cut Flowers and Plants
at popular prices. An Idea "Ml Mis ' at
10c. dozen to li.
A. Gude & Bro., Florists
no8-3m 1821Fstn.w. ("Hello" fl9 J3
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WEEK
I RUSSELLB BOTHERS' Gomediansf
High Class. Refined.
Next Week MAY HOWARD CO. noMt
Under the anepicesof the Whole-
sale Grocers Association,
? Will open at
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12,
and continue three weka.
Lectures and demonstrations
every aflernton by
MISS HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON.
Editor of "TaW Talk."
rzX nslc by a select orchestra.
afternoons and eeniacs.
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THXATER.
THLS WEEK, Matieees Toes , Thoxs., and
Sat Prices, 13, 25, 50, and 75.
MISS ADA GRAY
In the New East Lynne.
Sannorted br ChaaF-Tinsravand Star Coranmrr.
NEXT WEEK AMY LEE. P. ATii. ANDEk-ON,
FRANK DOANE El PAWN TICKET 210
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK F'
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACi
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot at 13
and 11:50 a. m.. 12-.50, 1:40, and 320 p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria Driving Part station,
near Alexandria, Va. J3"Tr&n3portation re
funded to all patrons. aulS-m.
0LDD0MM9N JOCKEY CLUB
en the grounds of tha
Grange Camp Association o?
Fire races will be run each day. First racaat
2.15 P. M.
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.3
and 1.40 p. m. Returning a to. 10 andS.43 p. in.
Improper characters wdl not be admitted.
Admission - 50 Cents.
COR 13Tn AND G STS. NW THE ROCHES
ter Rooms, 7 to S5; table Vd, $20: ran
sients. 31.25 to 31.50 per day. ocJ7-mo
Washington. D. C.
H. C BUHCII. Manager.
T T Pennsylvania avenue and 11th st nw
O. G. STAPLES. PROPRIETOR. aul6-lcj
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND
In Effect June 24. 1395.
16-X0 A. iL PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED Pnlfc
man Compartment Sleeping. Dining. Mnokm:r,
and Observation Cars Harriaburg to tlucago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Io
ledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10:33 A.M. FAsT LLNE Pullman i.uffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburg, Parlor and Dining: Cars,
flarrisbunr to Pittsburg;
8:15 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUP EX
PRESS Puliman Buffet Parlor Car to Har
risburg, Sleeping and. Dlnlne Cars. Harrj
b rg to St Louis, Cincinnati, LouisviU-i. aai
7:10 P. M- WESTERN EXPRESS PuUaiaa
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harris ourj
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
7:10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dirdns Cars to t
Louis, and Sleeping Car Bamaburg to Cin
cinnati. 10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pnllmaa
bleeping Car to Pittsburg.
730 a. m. for Kane, Cananda.gua. Hocaegtar,
and Niagara Falls daily, except bunday
10:30 a. m. forElmiraand Renova daily, except
Sunday. For Williamsport daily. &1j v. m.
7:18 p. m. for Williamsport. Rochester, Buffalo,
and Niagara Falls dally, except s-aturday,
with. Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:48 P. M. for Erie, Canandalgna. Rochester, and
Buffalo dally, and Niagara Falls dail, exept
Saturday, with Sleepin car Washington so
Elwlra, and Saturdays only rtasnlngtonto
For Philadelphia. Now York, nnd the East
fi.00 P. .M. 'CoNGKfcSSlON
All Parlor Cars, wlta Dining Car tro'axja. a
more, for New Yor dally, ferPhiladelpai.
week. days. 7u, 755 (Dining Car). 9:00, 9.18
(Dining Car and 110 . ining cii a. in.,
12: 3, &I3, 4.20, 10:00, and 1135 p. m. On Sun
day, 7:20, 7-56 (Dining Car), 9:0U, 110 t a .n?
Ui a.m., 12:15. 3:13, 4s. l&U), and 11.35 p.
m. For Philadelphia only. Fast Exprss rid
a. ni. wek days. Express. 2a)i and 5.10 p. m,
For Boston, without change, 730 a. m. weelt
d&Ts. and 3:16 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore 8:25. 7J, 730. 735. ftOO, 9:40, 10 TO,
11.00, and 11:30 a. ra., 12U5. 81, 3U5, 4:00 (lim
ited), 4:20, 4:35, 5.40, 6:14. 7:10. 100. llKW. U 13,
and 11:86 pt m. Ou ;uaday. 750, 735, , 9rJ3,
10-.3U, 11:00 a. m-,12:lj, 1:15. 401, 3:15, 4.1W lim
ited), 1:20, 5-JO, 6:11, TOO, 10:00, 10: 10, and 11.33
For Pope's Creek. Une, 7:20 a. m. and 435 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 750, 9.00, and 11:50 am., and
4:20 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays. 9-.M
a. m., and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Lino Express for Ruhmond,
Jacksonville and Tampa. 40 a. m., 30 p m.
dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 80 p. m. daU7
Itichmond only, 1037 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7:46 a. m. dally,
and 4:25 p. m. week Uaya.
For Alexandria. 10. 85, ;45 SMO. 9:4o, 1UJ7,
11 50 a. m., 1230. 1:W, 3j20, 455. 50, b-J.7. u.13,
8:02, 106, and 1U p. m. On Sunday at 43J,
7:46, 9:45 a. m.. 45, t:15, 3.02, and 106 p m.
Leave Alexandria for Vt ashington U5, b:43, 7:03,
80, 9:10. 10:1.,, 105S a. ra 10, 2:15, 3.W 3:23,
50. 50, 6:18, 7 00 70, 9U5, 1032. and 118 p.
m. Oi Sunday at &. 9J0. 105S a. m , 203,
50, 70. 70, 9:15. and I03i2 p. m.
Tteket offices northeast corner of Thirteenth,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the sta
tion. Sixth and B streets, where orders can ba
left for the checking of baggage to destinatioa
from hotels and redden,-. J. R. WOOD,
Genc-al Passenger Agent.
& IL PRSVOST, General Manages.
S Ivani a