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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

e-IT.jFrajjsswr THJE WASHTNTGI-TOK TIMES WEDGES O AX, DECEMBER 26, 1894. S THURSTON WOK THE HAS HANDICAP Ham Rode His Horse to Victory in the Big Race. 4,000 PEOPLE WUKE l'KESENT Alexander Island Course Was the Mag net for Many People. Kattie Chun "Was tho Solitary Favorite to Capture a Purse, the Other Saces Being: Won fcy Outsiders in the Setting Forest f-nd Leieh Upset All Calculations by Win lunjr Tuoir Eaccs at Very long Odds. VbutJ'tou a length before rouco do Loon, lis three lengths in front or Gallatin, witn Gorman and Sweetmeats beatou off. and Eclipse left at tho post, was the result of tho Christmas- handicap, the principal feature of jeslerday's racing at Alexander Island. Though the race did not result in the expected close and exciting finish, it was a good c6ntest .and the best horse won. The start was a good cue for ali excepting Eclipse, the latter refus ing five times to break with the others. When all vvcro well in motion at the sixth lUteinpl Starter Cassidy drop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

t 't ;!? ThB Washington Times Evert Day in the Ye4r OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, fOtTUWEST COKNM l'&XKs.TX.TAXU. AVENUE AND Tixm Stkeix Telephone Editorial Rooms, 9V Sustneee umce.3'37. fiire, Dully Edition.... OnoCont Cuudfcy Edition Three Conta y the month Thlrtr-flTO Conta. WASHINGTON, I). C, DECEMBER 2G, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House.... Arlington, Tbo..... l.eeMii . v. tints. A JJury's Pharmacy.... ....Tihst. nndr.a.avo nir. ....Vt. ave. and II ot uvr. . . .'lon.iiittyUnMi. ....AllHOObllO. Coclu an, Tue. ...... .14th and Iv Ms. nr. EtoUtt House 14lh mid 1' su. nw. Evans I liarn.iKT SSih and O staTlw. Grabani, C as. 11.. Guentbnr. Nelson.. IlnfTc liiiiuHnu... liall, John W Hull hiioeiwifeer . Hamilton, Tho ... ilayttt, .T. E 1250Jfc!dst nw. ....tKTJ l'St. II W. ....21."8 Pa. avo. nw. ... W7G bt. nw. ....bih and K sta. so. ....14th ndlvsteuw. am li st nw....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

&- -niia ' 5TrP5fcMWJW,P ; W'- -j" -a'!?''" pywpwwifpawij THE WASHTXGTOT TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894. You wish to return thecohnplimentby 9' Reciprocating in 9 some way for some Gift- S f We giveybu a chance to $ f select any of our Fancy J Boxes at a reduction of f f twenty-five per cent. f You can select an' a piece of Fine Jewelry at f a rebate of one-fifth. $ - i $ ' I You can select airy of a four Faucv Atomizer Sets f f and deduct one-fifth off I the price. And besides 9 fall this we have taken f " lots of Odd Pieces of cer- I & v I tain lots and cut the f price to about one-half. $ SLIGHTLY J MU6SID J HANDKERCHIEFS 1 Much less than their f cost $ HOW ARE YOU I FIXED ON NEW YEAR'S CARDS? We do the engraving for at least three fourths of Washing ton. Why not let us do yours? Our en- crave- is an artist. an y All work done in the V best form. I 50 Ennravcd Cards and Plate, I S6c. Reprint of 50 Cards From X riete. 40c. UrderS .left nOW Can be delivered Years. befo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

-ssv'ijsw! ' msmmf THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEMBSDAT, DECEMBER 2J, 1894. o j zr w-zf OWN Your DRESS SUIT. You can get a good one HERE as low as $20--stylish, well made, and perfect fitting better ones at all prices up to $50, which buys the finest that c a n b e made. Gloves, Ties, Collars, Cuffs,Shirts, and Hats, too. The correct styles at honest prices. HOBISOli, CHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. 14-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large Gold Sand China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors Given wufa every pound oi Tea or ihreo pounds of Coffee to-dny 8 Larger Kuinford's Toast lwder. 25c 8 1'.ackases tfaker Oats S5c TCakcifeUirsoaji Johnston's, 728 7iii St. N.W. THE JOHNSTON CO.) Telephone 810, Whitest, liKUte?t, mest wbolesoni6, most delicious, Fvery lvif boars our rod white and blue label. Lock for it and accept no smlstUuto. rs"e.ll terve jou piotnptly if your grocer dosu't handle it. CHAS. SCHNEIDER, 413 I S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

smfmw1 URN OVER A' NEW LEAF AD tTJJSCKIDE FOR mOMEN READ :::THE (JJMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE (JIMES. VOX. 1. 2?0. 2$4. WASIIIjSTGTO, X). C, THURSDAY MOBjUSTGf-, DECEMBER 27, lSy4 SIX PAGES. OE CETT. WILLIAMS A HARD NOT FOR GOFF TO CRACK The Polioe Inspector Has Definite Answers for Every Question. SATS SCHMITTBEUGER LIED Witness Denies That He Got Tribute or Was Taid for Promotions. Borne of the Answers Were So "Emart" That Mr. GoffEebnked the "Witness for Trying to lazke the Spectators laugh GcfF, Hitherto Invincible, Tails to Draw a Single Damaging Admission from Him, New York, Dec 2G. Next to Supr. Byrnes, Inspector Alexander Williams is looked upon by the residents of this city as the man who knows every detail in connection with tho polioe department in Now York. It was made known that he would bo called ns a witness before the Lhxow committee to day, and there were numerous applicants for admission to tho courtroom. Lawyers, doc tors, bankers, brokers, and men about town...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

r ,"' - --j;rws5rss-:T?KwBjg pijaiUspsw 'VrmrS' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THXTRSDAT, DECEMBEB 27, 1894. Make the Most KJj me rew Remaining Days. The S9.90 Suit sale positively ends Saturday night. Until that time you may have any SI 5 Cassimere or Cheviot Sack or Cutaway Suit in the house (including plain blues and blacks) for S9.90. Is the best Clothing opportunity you going to let It slip? Cor. 7th and TWO COMMUNICATIONS FROM Odd Fellows, Pythians, and Sons of Tenijjsranes Under the Ban. CATHOLICb MUST NOT JOIN Or Thcv Will Be Debarred From the Sacraments. Such Is the Papal Edict Communicated by Cardinal Honaco to Delegate Apostolic Satoili To Be Transmitted to All the Faithful in the United State3 "When Christ Speaks Through His Yicar." Wilvixgtox, Del., Dec 2d B:shop Curtis has senube following letter to all tho priests in the diocese of Wilmington: Rev. Fathek: As soon as practicable you will rejul on Sunday, at teast once, the follow ing documents and you will, I am sure, to the v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

WFf: THE WASEDDST&TO TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBEE 27, 1894. 3 .-WSf"S!?55gw wT Egrpi7xe RACES WERE RON IN A SNOWSTORM Ho interruption at Alexander Island on Account of It. BETTING MUSK AS USUAL Fourteen ISooKs Ccrc Kept Well En Qaricd Durinfl the Afternoon. Two Favorites and Three Second Choices Captured the Purses and the Pcncilers Quit losers on tho Day's Business Wigje Ham Introduced tho Fashion of Wearing Glovas in BaceE Details of tho Sport Followers of raeiDf; -were treated to some real winter sport at Alexander Island yes terday, jnow beginning to fall before the ilrst raeo was culled, nnd continuing thoentiro nftornopn. It left the course covered with a white ooatinR. Tho horses, however, managed to muke some fair time, and as tho track re mained safe there was fortunately no ncci dont to report The snow came down so hard that the timer's Has could not to seen i in races run over tho straightaway "course. Honce no official time was announead in tho first nnd third events. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

THE WASHINGTOjST TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1894. The Washington Times CEttjst Dxt im Tar TbibJ OWNED AND 13UED BT Tic Washinrjton Times Company . TIMES BUILDING. CCITHWEST COJtyXR l'EKHEYLVJLKU. AVENUH AND TlKTH 8TREIX TtHj.bon Editorlr.1 Rooms, 431. Zcslccts Office, SJL Filc,DMly EdJUon OmCent undy Edition Tbre Cent. Ej tho month.... Thlrty.flTe Cnts. WASHINGTON. D. C, DECEMBER 27, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: .American House Tthst. and Pa. ave. nw. .Arlington, The Vt. avo. and Hat. nw. leekr. l. has. A. .......'leuuallytowu. Bury's Pharmacy ..Auaccsiia. Cochran, The 14th and K eta. nw. ibbitt Hoube 14th aud F sts. n v. livnns 1'liarniaoy. S5th andU eta. uw. Graham, Ci as. II 1250 32d st uw. Guonther, Nelson. 509 Fst. nw. Hage, Hermann 2153 Pa. avo. nw. hall, John W 507 G st. nw. Hall hhoomaker fctli and K sts. so. Hamilton, The 14th nnd K sts aw. Hayes, J. E 206 II St. nw. liodgea. It. 15.. 1212 Pa. avo. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

m-r "S'g rT -r-ZTrtT0 Z 1mifT'rtr THE WASHINTO TIMES, THTJESDAT, DECEMBER 27, 1894. I I This cut illustrates f Beldln's f Spool Si. k. i on which a 1 o-mor ro -v's price will be 4c. spooI-You know its merit and real worth. f HORSE COVERINGS f The time Is rips for Korse 9 Blankets. You will need them to keep your horses ! warm. We -have a full as sortment. $ I $ 1 Q I Special Reductions to Livery Stables. ? Horse Blankets, f f f 9 shaped or square. For sioo. 200 Wool Horse Blan kets. Worth $1.75. For SK25. 150 Horse Blankets. Double warp, forth $2.50.- For $2.00. 100 Shaped Horse Blankets. The strong est Stable Blanket made. Worth $3,25. For $2.50. q We' also have a full line of Cloth and Plush Lap I Q Robes, from 21.50 to the q f finest grades. f V3 o f 9 f 420. 422, 424, 426 7th St 1 CLEAN, PURE HLa 2,240 POUNDS TO TON. PEA COAL . . . $4.25. CHESTNUT COAL . $5.00. $4.25 and $5. A CORD. THOMAS W. RILEY, Rllsy's Warves, Foot of 11th and 12th Sts. S. W. Telephone 1754-. WHAT A -BLESSI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 December 1894

THE WASHIGTOlSr TIMES, -THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1894. 6 DOINGS OF THE . ' COMMISSIONERS THE CAT GAME BACK BUT THE DOG DIDN'T q "What S e Say's.a Fact." V Coats and Ulsters. Good ones HERE as low as $io well made,perfect fit ting, and reliable. Better ones at $12, $15, $20, and up. Don't you want one. They are clieaper than paying a doctor,jmd lots more comfortable. R0BR1S0K, CHERIf & CO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. year Table - ") i pedals. Allths pi etty table "trim mings" xcopt china. Abundance of Sparkling Cut Gloss, SiKerWare, Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c Half the euscess of your New Year's Day table will depondon the table requi sites, and as we astsolittlo there is no reason why you should be without thom Besides it is embarassing net to have enough spoons, forks, aud knives to go around. Steol Carvinp: Sets, busk horn handles, bII 1 or tip Rogers Bro.'e Silver 1'lated Tea i-poons, per half dozen Ropers Bro 's Silver Plated Knit eg. Forks and SoupSpoons,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

.yj,jj3si ffsmfzfm&w- Z? f3&r ' isjn 'gsgftg- a?ffBPr'jr''7vcf -- - - "V 0"he CjUnday Rimes' theatrical page; mOMEN READ :::THE (fMES iZ: IT'S THE ONLY ONE. AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. YOIj. 1. 2TO. 2S5o WASHIGTO, JO. C, FRIDAY MOEKTNa, DECEMBER 28fl 1894 SIX PAGES. G2sE C&TsT. frTT 4 rvTri? er-m ti T4 zrwv A-m PRESIDENT MAKIKG AT m CAPITOL Resident Statesmen Discuss Presidential Probabilities. WILL REED BECOME SPEAKER? His Greatest Danger Lies in tlie Sup port of tlic Politicians. Ohio Not Solid for McKinley Harrison Be lieved to Be Still in the field Eccd's Advantages by Keason of His Congres sional Position Allison, Cnllco, and Lincoln Democrats at Eea as to a leader. The absonco of legislative ma committee work enables tbo statesmen who rraain hero to give some attention to national politics and the Presidential problems -which staro each of tbo great parties in tbo face. 01 coarse, the prospective movements of the Republican loaders are tbo subject most interesting to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

.-TTS P?I3WiJ3S3i!y53?' THE WASHIN-GTOS" TIMES, Fit DAY, DECEMBER 2S, 1894. 2 A& Make the Most Of .the Few The S9.90 Suit sale positively ends Saturday night. Until that time you may have any $15 Casslmere or Cheviot Sack or Cutaway Suit In the house (including plain blues and blacks) for S9.90. Is the best Clothing opportunity you going to let it slip? EISEfVIAN BROS., p Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W. 45 .'&fc'V SMALLPOX SHIFTS TO OTHER FIELDS Servant Girls and Soldiers Now Exposed to tte Contagion. ONE XBK CASE YESTERDAY "Parlor Social" Kas Held in the House with the Striclien Woman. lulu Whiiake-, tho Latest Victim, Was a Favorite of the Artillerymen Her Sister Visited the Fourth Precinct Station Many Precautionary Measures Adopted by the Health Office Points About the Disease. One new case of smallpox was discovered yesterdnj by tbo health office authorities and police, but several suspected cases wcro re ported to Dr. Woodward. Tho real case, and it tun a well-developed one....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

THE WASHXNGrTOjST TIMES, EBIHAT, DECEMBEB 23, 1894. REST FOS WEABY RACERS YESTERDAY The Trask at Alexander. Island Unfit for Ba&iiig. MISMANAGEMENT THE CAUSE Rumor That Governor O'Fcrrall Will Stop Winter Racing. The Work of Eemoviaij ths Snow and Ico lojrua Too Late A Postponement Ordered enl Entries to Stand Owuors Anxious to Eim Their Horses ..ho Events to Be De cided C o" the Circular Course at Present 5"bo postponement of tho racing at Al exander Island yesterday was duo to the lied condition of the track, the latter presenting a frozen canal by 10 o'clock in tho morning. Prom all appearnnees tho tract superin tendent underetHiids woll onough to keep the course in proper sdiape during the summer nnd mil season, but to take care of a raco track during the winter mouths he ou'ht to take lessons from those men who hae charge of tae Guttouberg and Gloucester race ttneks. Im-load of putting men to work to clear the course somewhat of its white coating -when tho racing was finish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

I'W' --pgaf" " THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 189. The Washington Times lEVEKT DAT IN TUB TCJLK) OWNED AND ISSUED BT Tie KasIiinQton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, tCVH.r,tST CCKKEE l'l XS-YLVASU. AVENUE AND TrNTH BrnKrr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 431. Llsui.k OCTre.Sjr. rkr.Jlr.lly Edition One Cent uiiley Edition Throe Cents. I'y the month Thlity-nve Cnts. W ASIIISGION, D. C. DECEMBER 28, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Jnie.i. nu i.oube 7th st. and Pa ave nir. Aiiiii(,luu The... ....... A t. nvo. nud 11 St. uw. in.. , i uok 'jojailtowu. Lurj'ni iiiiiUi.iOy .Au.iu.btia. ton an.tbe 14th and K sta nw. IbMlt lo.be 14th and Fsis. Bff. Lvous fciu-iitit r S5th and o sts. nw. Giulihttl, C ns 11 123tS2d6t nw. Gwi.t ... Poison. 5jU F 6t. llff. l,H,i Hiituu 2153 Pa. ao. liW. 1 hi.. .4.u W 107 U st. aw. Jjiui h maker bill and II sta. so. l.t-in.ltjji. Jlio Hih nd K sta aw. litis,T. E an; U st mr. 1 edpeg K B 121...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

fj-firww? swrs www9 Pr1 f-re''s?-fewppp THE WASIUNGTOltf TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1894. Fine. Novelties A - In Black Dress J Fabrics o f "the & very late s V unique and clas- sic3 "elite, a n d 4 handsome, an d J of the m o s t a, desirable and 4 durable charac- f ter. Black All-wool Crcpon, 39 Indies wide, warranted not to A slip or pull out In the crinhle, ' 75c per yd. k Black All-wool French Crepon, 39 inches vridc.handsome design. ft 6 T S1.00 per Yd A 4 Black All Fare Silk and A, 4 Kool French Crepon. 50 inches 4 wide, very desirable, 4 4 S1.50 per yd. Black Silk and Wool French 4 Crcpon, figured, late and unique designs, 4-4 inches wide S2-50 per yd. Black Silk and Wool French Crepon, the designs very elite 4 and classic, fine quality. 44 inches wide. S3. 00 per yd. Priestley's Black Gros Grain Crcpon, Fantassic, a very fine falric, late and desirahlc, 54 inches wide. $2.53 Per Yd- fWi0Xl; 420. 422, 42 '. 426 ?th St --0---9 &&- ATA " BLESSING It is to th'tik th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 December 1894

rwEriy pw TSFBSlltff. s?s j .cjp;;., THE rASHIJSfGTOsf TIMES, EHIDAT, DECEMBER 28, 1804. WEAR Our FLEECE HEALTH UNDER WEAR and you'll, be warm euougli no matter how cold the weather is. It is the warmest and lightest weight under wear made, is recom mended b' physicians everywhere, and costs no more than tie other kind. We are sole agents and carry a complete line of all sizes, in all grades from $1.25 per garment to S9.50 per suit. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. 14-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large Gold 3and China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors Given imiu erery pound of Tea or threo pounds of Coffee to-day 8LnrBe8ttuin1ord'B Toast Ponder "25c Sl'nckneunker Oats..... ii5c T Cakes Star boai. ......... 23c Johnston's, 729 7th St. N. W. i THE JOHNSTON CO.) Telephone 81 G. I SHOES Tliat -wear n-ell; Tiiui iook well; Tlmt fool well; That arc made tvoU Our "REGENT," Cork Soles. For men, S3 pair...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

m mmwm'mm. 1 H HE UUNDAY (TlMES , rnOMEN READ ...... :::THE IMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. THEATRICAL PAGE; IT'S THE ONLY ONE. VOL. 1. UO. 2SG. WASHXaTO, JD. C, SATURDAY MOENITG, DECEMBER 293 1894 SIX PAGES. OSTE CEjSTT. COHSTOGK KNOCKS AT THE LEXOW DOOR But He Gets no Chance to Make His Explanation. BOTH GOFF AXD LEXOW OBJECT The Attorney Savs Comstoclt Must Itemize His Charges Against Him. While Senator Lexow Says That the Matter Xb Beyond the Scope of the Committee Comstock Very Angry at the Befnsal Inspector Williams and Commissioner Hartin on the Stand Last Session To-day. New York, Doc 28. When tbo session of the Lexow Committeo openod this morning Sonator Lexow said that ho had re ceived a loiter from Mr. Comstoct, but that , tho senators did not thick it right to havo Mr. Comstock como to court, as tho matter -was outside tho scopo of tbo committee. Mr. Goff then 6aid: Through tho kind ness of tho Associated Trs", I havo been sup plied with a copy of an interview with Mr. Coms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

j? iT s THE WASHIraTO:r TITLES, SATUUDAT, DECIMBER 29, I89i. prBW!r yyty a Make the Most Of the Few The S9.90 Suit sale positively ends Saturday night. Until that time you may have any sl 5 Casslmere or Cheviot Sack or Cutaway Suit in the house (including plain blues and blacks) for S9.90. Is the best Clothing opportunity you goingtolet It slip? LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS The Wcnther To-dav. The District of Columbia and Mnrvland Fair; stationary temperature; bi'h nor-h-westeri. winds to-night, becom.ug westerly. Tenie Jones rent To Ja'l Tenie Jones, tho aped co'oroil woman, who was arretted ty Polieon an Collin while cros-inc Look I ridge with a nun bor of i olicy tlajs in a market basket, wne nnd Ss'O or sixty dnya m jail by Judgo Miller yesterday. She vv eat down. Ap TKttd :n 1 is Slrop Philip Kissncr, a German bi.ker, was found dead iu bod Ju his room at No. 617 D street northwest about 7:S0 o clock yettordny morning. When the landlady aroso she nolieed a smll of gas, and trwed it t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

THJE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBEB 29, 1894. 3 RAGING RESUMED ON THE ISLAND TRACK Going Was Hard and Slippery, but No Accidents Occurred. FIELDS CUT BY SCRATCHES But Thirty-cirjht Horses Started Out of Shtv-scvcn Entries. Tvro Pavontes, Two Second Choices, and an Outsider- Captured the Purses Fourteen Bookmakers Laid Odds and Quit Ahead on the Day Jewel's Chances for Winning T7ere Impaired by the Filly Slipping. Eficmg whs resumed yesterday at the Alex ander Island eourse, tlio track having beon gotten into fair tiinpi. The Roing was hard and slipjtery. but fortunately tho fields wero materially ruducd by scratches and no ac cidents occurred to mar tbo sport. All tho racas were run over tho circular courso and the distance of the first, third, and fourth race wore chunked from five to four and a half furlong. The fifth raeo was also re duced from one and one-sixteenth milos to one mile. Tho nUeudauce was good and tho boUimrJHeH, fourteen books handling tho money. Two Javorit0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

sjKBwii -rmf'WSW.,V THE WASHINGrTCWS" TIMES, SATUBDAi", DECEMBER 29, 1894. II I ' ' TIib Washington Times (EVEBT DAT IN TOE YEAR.) OWXED AKD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, gOCTDWEST COhJCEtt FBKXSTLVJUCIJL ATEXCE AKD Tenth Street Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Office, 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition .. Throe Cents. By the month - Thlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, DECEMBER 29, 1691. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th St. andFa.nve rnr. Arlington, Tho Vi. ave. and II st. nw. Ueelcer. Onus. A 1 onnallytowu. Bury's I'liannucy Anncootia. Cochran, The I4th and K sts. nw. Ibbltt House 14th and Fsts. nw. Evans l'hannnoy Kith and O Eta nw. Graham, Cl'as. U 1250 32lst nw. Ouenther, Nelson 509 F bt. nw. Ilnge, Iiormaim 2153 Pa ate. nw. Hail, John W M7 G st. nw. Hall MioomaUer 8lh and K sts. so. Hamilton, The Uln nd K sts nw. Hayes, 3. li 2uG II st. nw. Hodpes1...

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