Title: Route Book Buffalo Bill's Wild West Season 1899

Date: 1899

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

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Route-Book

Buffalo Bill's Wild West

Season 1899.

 

Handwritten

To whom it may Concern

To any officer U. S Army to knows W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) or myself. Langdon is a good boy a Rooseveltean and a thoroughbred with all the ambitions of the true soldier.

John M Burke

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The Matthews-Northrup Up-to-Date Map of the United States. Showing Chief Cities and Trunk Lines. Also Published Indexed in Vest-Pocket Style. Copyright 1895, by The Matthews-Northrup Co., Complete Engraving and Printing Works, Buffalo and New York.

    Route-Book
Buffalo Bill's Wild West
1899.
Containing Also the Official Routes Seasons of 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898. Compiled by
George H. Gooch.
Buffalo, N. Y. The Matthews-Northrup Co.
 

Buffalo Bill's Wild West.

  • Col. W. F. Cody, President.
  • Nate Salsbury, Vice-President.
  • "Major" J. M. Burke, Gen'l Manager.

    Directors of Tour.

  • Jas. A. Bailey,
  • W. W. Cole,
  • Louis E. Cooke, General Agent.

    Business Managers.

  • For Cody & Salsbury, Jule Keen.
  • For Bailey & Cole, Ernest Cooke.

    Secretaries.

  • For Cody & Salsbury, L. E. Decker,
  • For Bailey & Cole, Jos. F. Quaid.

    Treasurers.

  • For Cody & Salsbury, Jule Keen.
  • For Bailey & Cole, Fred B. Hutchison.

    Director of Entertainment.

  • John Baker.

    Superintendent of Grounds.

  • Henry Barnum.

    Managers of Privileges.

  • Messrs. Drew and Campbell.
 

    General Staff.

  • John Baker, Arenic Director.
  • John McLaughlin, Master of Transportation.
  • Dan Taylor, Master Mechanic.
  • M. B. Bailey, Sup't of Electric Lights.
  • Jake Platt, Sup't of Canvas.
  • Chas. Evans, Sup't of Baggage Stock.
  • W. W. Reedy, Sup't of Bronco Stock.
  • C. W. Ramsey, Sup't of Confectionery Dep't.
  • Wm. Sweeney, Leader of Band.
  • Wm. McCune, Officer of the Day.
  • Morris Kern, Principal Door Tender.
  • J. W. Rogers, Detective.
  • J. J. McCarthy, Orator.
  • Lou. Decker, Mail Carrier.
  • John Noble, Head Car Porter.
  • Keen & Langan, Caterers.
  • M. Martin, Head Waiter.
  • John Stacks, Parade Wardrobe.
  • Chas. Wichelhausen, Properties.
  • Wm. Smith, Ammunition.

    Department of Publicity.

  • Louis E. Cooke, General Advance Manager.
  • M. Coyle, Railway Contractor.
  • Edward Arlington, Excursion Agent.
  • Major John M. Burke, General Press Agent.
  • Frank J. O'Donnell, Contracting Press Agent.
  • Miss Maymie Jester, Special Press Agent.
  • Dexter E. Fellows, Special Press Agent.
  • S. H. Semon, General Contracting Agent.
  • E. H. Woods, Assistant Contracting Agent.
  • M. Manton, Chas. Curtis, Bill Inspectors.

    Advertising Car No. I.

  • P. S. Mattox, Manager.
  • W. H. Alberts, Boss Bill Poster.
  • Tom Lyons, Boss Lithographer.
  • Chas. Hayes, Secretary.
  • John Lewis, Programmer.

    Bill Posters.

  • Lew Curry,
  • Richard Le Fever,
  • Oliver Lester,
  • Chas. Welsh,
  • Geo. Baldwin,
  • Martin Slivers,
  • Harry Campbell,
  • John Alvather,
  • Pete Dunn,
  • Sam Sanders,
  • R. L. Bean, Car Porter.
 

    Lithographers.

  • Fred Seyboth,
  • John Gray,
  • Chas. R. Coleman.

    Advertising Car No. 2—Excursion Department.

  • Al. Riel, Manager.
  • Geo. Frazier, Boss Bill Poster.
  • Kurt Eisfeldt, Lithographer.
  • Chas. Venable, Banner Man.
  • Al. Boshell, Board Man.
  • Victor Cooke, Card Man.

    Excursion Bill Posters.

  • Thos. Deansfield,
  • H. Sayers,
  • Wm. Shea,
  • Chas. Dering,
  • A. J. Choffin,
  • Wm. Fannon,
  • Geo. Houghtaling,
  • Geo. Nelson,
  • Dan Pheney,
  • H. Robinson,
  • H. Leschinsky,
  • Chas. Loughridge,
  • Geo. Hurst, Car Porter.

    Opposition Brigade.

  • Fred Beckman, Manager.
  • Dan Pheney, Boss Bill Poster.
  • Kurt Eisfeldt, Lithographer.
  • Herman Leschinsky, Frank Raymond, Bill Posters.

    Layers-Out.

  • Harry G. Barnum,
  • Thos. Clear.

Ticket Sellers.

    Main Ticket Wagon.

  • Fred B. Hutchison,
  • John Flandreau.

    Outside Tickets.

  • John Tippetts,
  • Lou. Decker,
  • Frank Cloud.

    Down-Town Office.

  • Harry Gray.

    Down Town Orator.

  • S. H. Davis.
 

    Reserved-Seat Tickets.

  • Jule Keen, in charge.
  • Starr Pixley,
  • Geo. Dittmar,
  • Sam T. Bitmead.

    Main Door Tenders.

  • J. P. Brogan,
  • Dan. Taylor,
  • Morris Kern,
  • John McLaughlin.

    Reserved-Seat Tenders.

  • Walter H. Cleary,
  • Arthur Waterman.

    Ushers.

  • Wm. McCune, Head Usher.
  • Dave Jarrett, Assistant.
  • Eddie Walton, Assistant.

    Reserved-Seat Ushers.

  • Ed. Barry,
  • Wm. Hunter,
  • M. Quinlan,
  • Ed. Howard,
  • Geo. Davis,
  • Wm. Hutton,
  • Ed. Gallagher,
  • Sam. Maitland,
  • Wm. King.

    Blue Seats.

  • Wm. Arnold,
  • Lee Fuller,
  • Mike Burns,
  • Wm. Murphy,
  • Larry Eagan,
  • T. McBurney,
  • Fred Gibson,
  • G. Pratt,
  • Geo. Smith,
  • J. White.
  • John Condon, Director.
  • Jos. Collins, Wardrobe.

    Cowboy Band.

  • Wm. Sweeney, Leader.
  • Wm. Sweeney, Solo Cornet.
  • Albert Ziehm, Solo Cornet.
  • Floyd O'Hara, Solo Cornet.
  • Jas. Allen, First Cornet.
  • W. N. Tinkham, Second Cornet.
  • Elmer Parlett, Eb Cornet.
  • Harry Nelson, Solo Bb Clarionet.
  • Christian Schetting, Solo Bb Clarionet.
  • Frank Genter, First Clarionet.
  • Harvey Benham, Second Clarionet.
 

    Cowboy Band.—Continued.

  • Frank Carothers, Eb Clarionet.
  • Chester C. Larned, Piccolo.
  • Ed. Weber, First Alto.
  • John C. Howard, Second Alto.
  • W. H. Dickin, Third Alto.
  • John Galligan, First Trombone.
  • Lon Williams, Second Trombone.
  • Chas. Baas, Third Trombone.
  • Thos. V. Murphy, First Baritone.
  • John Schilling, Second Baritone.
  • W. A. Frank, Bass.
  • M. A. McAdams, Bass.
  • Geo. C. Foehlinger, Small Drum.
  • Geo. W. Turner, Bass Drum.
  • Johnnie Baker, Expert Marksman.
  • Miss Annie Oakley, Lady Rifle Shot.
  • Frank Butler, Manager for Miss Oakley.

    Driver of Stage Coach.

  • John F. Burke

    U. S. Cavalry.

  • Jas. G. Warren, Sergeant.
  • Chas. Rieth, Color Bearer.
  • Wm. Baker,
  • Frank Stryker,
  • J. Wortman,
  • W. J. Taylor,
  • Dennis Langan,
  • Chas. Humberstone,
  • Peter Fay,
  • Ed. Gallagher,
  • Harry Jackson,
  • Jas. Brown,
  • Granville Corr,
  • Andy Milen,
  • Frank McCormack.

U. S. Artillery.

  • Herman Kanstein, Sergeant.

    Piece No. 1.

  • J. R. Myerly, Thos. Gibney, Chas. Wolff, Drivers
  • Jack Langan, Corp.
  • L. Wagner, No. 1.
  • R. Hegeman, No. 2.
  • C. Hobart, No. 3.
  • Jas. Degnen, No. 4

    Piece No. 2.

  • Harry Wilkes, R. I. Clapham, Jas. Ryan, Drivers
  • Victor Hudson, Corp.
  • C. Triangel, No. 1.
  • Pony Moore, No. 2.
  • A. Miller, No. 3.
  • Geo. Davis, No. 4.
 

Roosevelt's Rough Riders.

  • G. A. Webb, Sergeant.
  • Wm. McGinty, Color Bearer.
  • M. L. Newcomb,
  • J. Kline,
  • F. Beal,
  • Ed. Loughmiller,
  • T. Holmes,
  • F. Byrne,
  • W. Cook,
  • Ben Miller,
  • Tom Isbell,
  • H. Meagher,
  • V. D. Miller,
  • J. H. Tait,
  • Jess Langdon,
  • L. Muxlow,

American Cowboys.

  • Joe Esquivel, Chief.
  • John Franz, Assistant.
  • Silas Compton,
  • Jesse Nelson,
  • Bert Schenck,
  • Tom Hunter,
  • Jim Gabriel,
  • Bob Singletree,
  • Jas. Jennings,
  • Lem Hunter,
  • Walter Scott,
  • Carl Sorrensen,
  • Jack Joyce,
  • A. McCann.

English Lancers.

  • Thos. Cook, Sergeant.
  • W. House, Color Bearer.
  • Fred Rapley,
  • E. Plummer,
  • J. Clarke,
  • W. Ridgwell,
  • Jas. Ryan,
  • W. Barrett,
  • Wm. Wandland,
  • T. Dennis,
  • P. Shingler,
  • A. Brown,
  • T. Pigott,
  • W. Pocock.

German Cuirassiers.

  • Julius von Natzmer, Captain.
  • Heinrich Sprittule, Sergeant.
  • O. Weinrich, Color Bearer.
  • E. Wittmann,
  • T. Schwark,
  • C. Shultz,
  • H. Damm,
  • G. Kaempfer,
  • A. Zippliss,
  • A. Rother.
 

Mexicans.

  • Vicente Orapeza, Chief.
  • Manuel Pena,
  • Pedro Aleman,
  • Epifania Martinez,
  • Yrineo Munoz,
  • Luio Alba,
  • Manuel Castillo,
  • Santiago Munoz,
  • Agapita Alba.

Cossacks.

  • David Cadjaia, Chief.
  • Dimetri Mgaloblichvily,
  • Toma Baramidzi,
  • Miron Tschonia,
  • Ivan Baramidzi,
  • Ermile Antadzi,
  • Loucas Tschartishvily,
  • Michael Antadzi,
  • Vladimir Jacutahvily.

Arabs.

  • Sheik Hadji Tahar, Chief.
  • Hadji Cheriff, Whirling Dervish.
  • Moly Ambark,
  • Oshan,
  • Ameen Abou Hamed,
  • Masand,
  • M. Muzie,
  • Nagim Abdullah,
  • H. Abachi,
  • Nageeb Ballish,
  • Mohammed Agram,
  • Willie Masand,
  • Hadji Hamid,
  • Brodie ben Hadji,
  • Togler ben Hadji.

Cubans.

  • Col. Mariano Aymerich, Chief.
  • Lieut. Evaristo M. Alonso.
  • Lieut. Andres Fontanilla.
  • Antonio Marti,
  • Manuel Portuondo,
  • Rafael Rodriguez,
  • Ramon Ferreno,
  • Benito Carreras.

Hawaiians.

  • David Kipi,
  • K. Natsia,
  • J. Kulia,
  • W. Hopili,
  • G. Makalina,
  • Isabella Pary,
  • Ribaka Natsia.
 

Filipinos.

  • Felix Alcantara,
  • Geronimo Momo,
  • Isidora Alcantara.

Indians.

    Chiefs.

  • Iron Tail,
  • Growler,
  • Black Fox,
  • Iron Cloud,
  • Has No Horse.

    Braves.

  • Spotted Weasel,
  • Sam Stabber,
  • Good Horse,
  • White Belly,
  • Comes Out Holy,
  • Eagle Fox,
  • Flying Horse,
  • Pluck Porcupine,
  • John Kills Brave,
  • Red Calf,
  • Standing Soldier,
  • Jacob Iron Eagle,
  • White Bird,
  • Charging Thunder,
  • Little Bull,
  • Dreamer,
  • Comes Last,
  • Wounded,
  • Comes Out Bear,
  • Loud Thunder,
  • Richard Lip,
  • Frank Meat,
  • Spotted Horse Fight,
  • Albert Thunder Hawk,
  • White Bonnet,
  • Ed. Porcupine Knee,
  • Kills in Loge,
  • Sam Lone Bear,
  • Comes Killing,
  • Mounted Sheep,
  • Holy Bear,
  • Whirlwind Horse,
  • Kills Enemy.

    Squaws.

  • Mary Kills Enemy,
  • Jennie Spotted Horse,
  • White Cow.

    Papoose.

  • Willie White Bird.

    Interpreter.

  • David Bull Bear.

    Watchman of Indian Camp.

  • J. J. Ryan.
 

"Broncho" Stable.

  • W. W. Reedy in Charge.
  • J. F. Meade, Hugh Harkins, Cowboy String.
  • Jas. Bass, English Lancers.
  • M. T. McKenzie, Rough Riders.
  • Naber E. Smith, U. S. Cavalry.
  • Geo. Bare, Mexican.
  • Dan White, Hawaiians and Filipinos.
  • Al Hook, Cossack.
  • Wm. Jones, Arab.
  • Chris Peterson, German.
  • Chas. Judd, Sam. Harkins, Artillery.
  • Marshall Ochoa, W. Dyer, Dewitt Genung, Chas. Kelly, Indian.
  • J. W. Porter, Mules.
  • Russell Churchill, Bucking Horses.
  • Giess Stine, Col. Cody's Stock.
  • Jas. Murphy, Col. Cody's Coachman.
  • J. R. Ziegler, Driver of "Buffalo" Wagon.
  • Harry Murphy. In Charge of Buffaloes.

"Wild West" Blacksmiths.

  • Fred Kurz,
  • Joseph Ferren.

Wardrobe and Properties.

  • Chas. Wichelhausen.
  • Chas. J. Ansert,
  • Wm. Monday,
  • Jas. Fish,
  • Martin Dillon.

Ammunition.

  • Wm. Smith in Charge.
  • Tom Edwards,
  • Roy Myers,
  • Jas. Berger.

Baggage Stock.

  • Chas. Evans, Superintendent.
  • Wm. McNaul, Assistant.
 

Eight-Horse Drivers.

    Driver.

  • Jas. Thomas,
  • Perry Camp,
  • S. W. Elliott,
  • David Denio,

    Helper.

  • Henry White,
  • Andy Johnson,
  • Chas. Miller,
  • Chas. Foley.

Six-Horse Drivers.

  • Ed. Miller,
  • Jas. Robinson,
  • Wm. Montgomery,
  • Grant Hulvey,
  • Chas. Mitchell,
  • Jas. McGovern,
  • Harry E. Mills.

Four-Horse Drivers.

  • Jas. Afford,
  • Jas. Williams,
  • Sam Woodman,
  • Wm. Donohue,
  • John Gallagher,
  • J. F. Tewell,
  • Geo. Eastman,
  • Rob't Burns.

Pull-Up Teams.

  • John Laird,
  • Chas. Cook,
  • Thos. Lee.

Buggy Stock.

  • Jack Lewis.

Lead Bars and Body Poles.

  • Frank Emery.

Feed.

  • John Puget.

Blacksmith and Repair Department.

  • Dan Taylor, Master Mechanic.
  • Fred Keller, Carpenter.
  • E. J. Collins, Harness Maker.
  • John Norbury, Blacksmith.
  • Alex Young, Blacksmith.
 

Railroad Department.

  • John McLaughlin, Master of Transportation.
  • R. P. Murphy, Assistant.
  • John Rose, Car Inspector.
  • A. H. Miller, Watchman 1st Section.
  • Joe Brown, Watchman 2d Section.
  • Wm. Remack, Chandeliers.
  • Paul Spearing, Frank Arnett, Polers.

    Trainmen.

  • Frank Coyle,
  • A. E. Meyer,
  • L. D. Bottarff,
  • John Bennett,
  • John Fallon,
  • Jere Murphy.

    Special Watchmen.

  • John Stacks, White Ticket Wagon.
  • Frank Quinn, Private Office.
  • M. Hogan, 2d Section Stock.

    Car Porters.

  • John Noble, Head Porter.
  • Wm. Vogel, Car 51,
  • Geo. Long, Car 52,
  • Harry Gears, Car 53,
  • Pete Wallace, Car 54,
  • Chas. Carroll, Car 55,
  • F. C. Hawley, Car 56,
  • Wm. Reilly, Car 57.

    Col. Cody's Private Car No. 50.

  • Alfred Heimer, Porter,
  • W. L. Brown, Cook.

Side-Show.

  • Messrs. Drew & Campbell, Managers.

    Performers and Curios.

  • Ashida and Koh, Japanese Magic.
  • Olga, Snake Enchantress.
  • Wm. Baker, Boy Giant.
  • Chemah and Pearl Robinson, Midgets.
  • J. G. Sheidler, King of Cards.
  • Balbroma, Fire King.
  • Victorina, Sword-swallower.
  • Val Vino, Juggler.
  • Millie Owen, Long-Haired Lady.
  • Prince Oskazuma, Kaffir Warrior.
  • Ben Casper, W. F. Greiner, Venetian Glass Blowers.
  • J. McClellan, Ben Powell, Electrograph and Mind-Readers.
 

    Lecturer.

  • Burt Davis.

    Orators.

  • P. J. Staunton,
  • Jos. F. Ferris,
  • Frank Cloud.

    Door Tender.

  • Frank Quinn.

    Side-Show Canvasmen.

  • H. E. Tudor, Superintendent.
  • Wm. Powers,
  • J. Martin,
  • Wm. Allen,
  • Geo. Fuller,
  • Jno. McLean.
  • Harry Tudor, Inside.

    Side-Show Band.

  • L. Sacketts, Leader.
  • F. Rechhia, Bb clarionet.
  • F. Donato, Eb clarionet.
  • G. Grella, Solo Bb Cornet.
  • A. Scerni, First Bb Cornet.
  • E. Renzi, Bb Baritone.
  • L. D. Paolo, Bb Trombone.
  • W. Pellazzo, Eb Alto.
  • D. Zuglielmo, Bass Drum.
  • D. Barbieri, Small Drum.

    Confectionery Dep't.

  • Chas. L. Ramsey, Superintendent.
  • S. H. Davis, Assistant.
  • C. W. Spadi in Charge of Supplies.

Butchers.

  • C. E. Fearn,
  • C. E. Brooks,
  • Harry Merrick,
  • Fred Roteman,
  • Jas. White,
  • Arthur W. Horton,
  • Joe Burke,
  • Garrett Henry,
  • A. Watt,
  • Lou C. Cloud.

New England Pop-Corn Factory.

  • M. C. Bowers.
 

Concert Company.

  • "The Ramseys," Comedy Duo.
  • Bessie Searles, Serio-Comic.
  • Schafer and Read, Musical Comedy.
  • Cloud and Kershaw, Irish Comedians.
  • "The Brannigans," Jig Dancers.
  • Nellie Waters, Comedienne.

Concert Orchestra.

  • J. Schilling, First Violin.
  • Ed. Weber, Second Violin.
  • Wm. A. Frank, Viola.
  • M. A. McAdams, Bass.
  • F. Genter, Clarionet.
  • A. Ziehm, Cornet.
  • L. Williams, Trombone.

Official Programmes.

  • J. & H. Mayer, Publishers.
  • Tom Burke in Charge.
  • H. Mayer, Solicitor.

    Agents.

  • Wm. Conroy,
  • Frank Clear,
  • Walter Miller,
  • Ed O'Connell,
  • Geo. Manchester, Agent for "Buffalo Bill's" History.

Electrical Department.

  • M. B. Bailey, Superintendent.
  • D. MacDonald, Chief Electrician.
  • Wm. J. Connor, Chief Engineer.

Firemen.

  • Archie Clements,
  • Wm. M. Penn.

    Assistants.

  • Maurice Doody,
  • Joe McCann,
  • Geo. H. Gooch,
  • Bernie McBride,
  • Henry Reever,
  • Larry Murphy.

Calcium Lights.

  • Maurice Doody,
  • Geo. H. Gooch.
 

Chandeliers.

  • Jack Cullen in Charge.
  • Ed. A. Combs, Assistant.

Canvas Department.

  • Jake Platt, Superintendent.
  • John Eberle, First Assistant.
  • David Jarrett, Second Assistant.
  • Jack Dawson, Horse Tents.
  • Wm. Smithey, Dressing Room and Backing.
  • Jas. McCaffrey,
  • M. Mack,
  • John Condon,
  • Larry Sullivan,
  • John White,
  • Wm. Cronin,
  • R. Callahan,
  • John Murphy,
  • Sam Maitland,
  • Wm. Hunter,
  • Herbert Parkes,
  • Mike Jones,
  • Ed Barry,
  • John Weaver,
  • Wm. Hutton,
  • Ed Howard,
  • John Halpin,
  • Pat Burke,
  • Mike Burns,
  • Lee Fuller,
  • Andy Wood,
  • Thos. Ryan,
  • Geo. Davis,
  • M. Quinlan,
  • Alex. McFrine,
  • Larry Eagan,
  • Walter King,
  • Wm. Murphy,
  • Lyman Mayo,
  • Wm. Thomas,
  • Mike McManus,
  • Jos. Collins,
  • Wm. Sampson,
  • Geo. Amos,
  • Chas. Lavesta,
  • Chas. Vanberg,
  • Geo. Smith,
  • Ernest Yelland,
  • Wm. Arnold,
  • Edward Bitting,
  • Chris Cair,
  • Geo. Pratt,
  • Jos. Trempley,
  • Mike Keating,
  • Thos. Foley,
  • John Walsh,
  • Harry Buckner,
  • Jack Bryan,
  • John D. Fulton,
  • John Morrow,
  • John Bergeman,
  • Jas. Harrison,
  • John Tracy,
  • John Rassler,
  • Harry Peterson,
  • Harry Hoskins,
  • Unix Robia,
  • John Bauersis,
  • Geo. Hunt.

Front End.

  • John A. Eberle, Superintendent.

    Seats

  • Jas. McCaffrey, in Charge.
  • John Condon, Assistant.
  • John White, Leveler.
 

    Jack Setters.

  • Bob Callahan,
  • Herbert Parkes,
  • Sam Maitland,
  • Wm. Hutton,
  • Hugh Gallagher.

    Toe-Pin Drivers.

  • John Halpin,
  • Andy Wood,
  • Ed Barry,
  • Geo. Davis,
  • Mike Burns,
  • Alex. McFrine.

    Blocks.

  • Lyman Mayo.

    Kids.

  • Walter King.

Back End.

  • Dave Jarrett, Superintendent.

    Seats.

  • M. Mack in Charge.
  • Larry Sullivan, Assistant.
  • Wm. Hunter, Leveler.
  • Mike Jones, Toe Leveler.

    Jack Setters.

  • John Weaver,
  • Pat. Burke,
  • Ed. Howard,
  • Lee Fuller,
  • Thos. Ryan.

    Toe-Pin Driver.

  • Larry Eagan,
  • Mike McManus,
  • Wm. Murphy,
  • Wm. Sampson,
  • Wm. Thomas,
  • Chas. Lavesta.

    Blocks.

  • Geo. Smith.

    Kids.

  • Wm. Murphy.
 

Reserved Seats.

  • M. Quinlan in Charge.

    Stringer Setters

  • Wm. Arnold,
  • Chris Cair.

    Jack Setters.

  • Jos. Trempley,
  • Thos. Foley,
  • Wm. Murphy,
  • Harry Buckner.

    Toe-Pin Drivers.

  • Harry Hoskins,
  • John Rossler,
  • Ed Daily,
  • Wm. Ryan.

    Blocks.

  • Chas. Vanberg.

    Kids.

  • Jos. Collins.

Big Top Stake and Chain, Nos. 6 and 11.

  • John Murphy,
  • Wm. Cronin.

Horse Tents.

  • John Dawson, Superintendent.
  • Wm. Ryan,
  • Unix Robia,
  • John Tracey,
  • Ed Dailey,
  • Geo. Amos,
  • Harry Peterson,
  • John Rassler,
  • Harry Buckner,
  • John Welsh,
  • Thos. Foley,
  • Jas. Harrison,
  • Thos. Murphy,
  • Wm. Carey,
  • Harry Hoskins.

Stake Wagon No. 14.

  • John Walsh.
 

Backing and Dressing Room.

  • Wm. Smithey, Superintendent.

    Right Curtain.

  • John Bauereis,
  • Geo. Hunt.

    Center Curtain.

  • Edward Bitting,
  • John Bergeman,
  • Ernest Yelland ,
  • John Morrow.

    Left Curtain.

  • Jack Bryan,
  • John D. Fulton.

Front-Door Men.

  • Geo. Pratt,
  • Mike Keating.

Sail Makers.

  • John Weaver,
  • Geo. Halpin,
  • John Walsh.

Cook House.

  • Messrs. Keen & Langan, Caterers.
  • Chas W. Petty, Advance.
  • Fred Bowman, Accountant for Wild West.
  • Sam. T. Bitmead, Accountant for Keen & Langan.

    Cooks.

  • Wm. Myers, Head Cook.
  • Harry Holmes,
  • Henry Hiler,
  • John Hammond.

    Butcher.

  • Chas. Felix.

    Campfire.

  • Mike Connelly.

    Waiters.

  • M. Martin, Head Waiter.
  • Wm. Walsh, Assistant Head Waiter.
 

    Table No. 1—Staff.

  • Fred. Adams,
  • Eddie Walton,
  • Thos. Rafferty, Coffee-boy.

    Table No. 2—Cowboys and Band.

  • H. Stewart,
  • Jos. McCaffrey,
  • Joe Gillin, Coffee-boy.

    Table No. 3—Privilege.

  • Jas. Kelly,
  • W. Sproegal.

    Table No. 4—Arabs, Etc.

  • J. Coleman,
  • H. Bird,
  • G. Packett.

    Table No. 5—American Soldiers.

  • C. Hutchison,
  • J. Hobson,
  • B. Palmer, Coffee-boy.

    Table No. 6—English and German Soldiers.

  • N. Nist,
  • Chas. Black,
  • J. Ruffells, Coffee-boy.

    Table No. 7—Indians.

  • J. Furlong.

    Workmen's Tables Nos. 8, 9, and 10.

  • C. Carson,
  • C. Whitney,
  • W. Binne,
  • Wm. Ives,
  • W. Wagstaffe,
  • Wm. Basman,
  • Jas. Knight, John Kehoe, Coffee-boys.

    Dessert Boys.

  • L. Routledge,
  • Bert Cohn.

    Dishwashers.

  • Jesse Jackson,
  • Jos. Jackson.

    Laundryman.

  • D. McMillan.

    Night Watchmen.

  • Chas. Nicholson,
  • Thos. Devine.

    Night-Lunch Stand.

  • Tom Austin.
 

Order of Parade

  • Col. W. F. Cody,
    (Buffalo Bill.)
  • Out Riders.
  • J. D. Tippetts.
  • Johnnie Baker.
  • John Franz.
  • Joe Esquivell.
  • Wild West Band No. 1
    in wagon.
  • Sioux Indians.
  • German Garde-Kurassiers of His Majesty, Kaiser Wilhelm II.
  • Electirc Light Engine, No. 1.
  • A Group of Riffian Arabs.
  • Arapahoe Indians.
  • Filipino Rough Riders.
  • Russian Cossacks.
  • Sixteenth English Lancers,
    (Queen's Own.)
  • A Squad of Hawaiians.
  • Indian Squaws.
  • Indian Boy Chiefs.
  • South American Gauchos.
  • Famous Cowboy Band,
    Mounted,
    Wm. Sweeney, Leader.
  • Col. Teddy B. Roosevelt's
    Rough Riders.
  • BrulÈ Indians.
  • A Group of Mexicans.
  • Electric Light Engine, No. 2.
  • A Band of Cuban Insurgents.
  • Cheyenne Indians.
  • Old Deadwood Stage Coach.
  • American Cowboys.
  • Wild West Band, No. 3,
    on Chariot Tableaux.
  • Sixth U. S. Cavalry.
  • Detachment Fifth U. S.
    Artillery, Battery D.
 

Official Programme.

1—Overture, "Star Spangled Banner," Cowboy Band, Wm. Sweeney, Leader.

2—Grand Review, introducing the Rough Riders of the World—Indians, Cowboys, Mexicans, Cossacks, Gauchos, Arabs, Scouts, Guides and detachments of fully-equipped Regular Soldiers of the Armies of America, England, Germany and Russia, a Color Guard of Cuban Veterans, and a squad of Hawaiian, Porto Rican and Filipino Rough Riders.

3—Miss Annie Oakley, Celebrated Shot, who will illustrate her dexterity in the use of firearms.

4—Race of Races. Race between a Cowboy, a Cossack, a Mexican, an Arab, a Gaucho, and an Indian, on Spanish-Mexican, Bronco, Russian, Indian and Arabian Horses.

5—U. S. Artillery Drill, by veterans from Capt. Thorpe's Battery D, Fifth Regiment. U. S. Artillery.

6—Illustrating a Prairie Emigrant Train Crossing the Plains. It is attacked by marauding Indians, who are in turn repulsed by "Buffalo Bill" and a number of Scouts and Cowboys.

7—Pony Express. A former Pony Post Rider will show how letters and telegrams of the Republic were distributed across our Continent previous to the building of railways and telegraph.

8—A Group of Mexicans from Old Mexico will illustrate the use of the lasso and perform various feats of horsemanship.

9—The Battle of San Juan Hill. Introducing detachments from Roosevelt's Rough Riders, Twenty-fourth Infantry, Ninth and Tenth Cavalry, Grimes' Battery, Garcia's Cuban Scouts, Pack Train, etc., etc.
Scene 1—A halt on the Road to San Juan.
(Several hours are supposed to elapse before the opening of the second scene.)
Scene 2—Storming the Hill.

 

10—A Group of Riffian Arab Horsemen will illustrate their style of horsemanship, together with native sports and pastimes.

11—Johnny Baker, Celebrated Young American Marksman.

12—Cossacks, from the Caucasus of Russia, in feats of horsemanship, native dances, etc.

13—Gymkana Race. Riders gallop, dismount, turn coat inside out, remount, gallop, dismount, light cigar, put up umbrella, mount and come in with unbrella up and cigar lighted.

14—Cowboy Fun. Picking objects from the ground, lassoing wild horses, riding the buckers, etc.

15—Indians from the Sioux, Arapahoe, Brulé and Cheyenne tribes will illustrate the Indian mode of fighting, war dances and games.

16—Military Musical Drill, by a detachment from the 16th Lancers (Queen's Own), British Army, and a detachment from the Garde-Kürassiers of His Majesty Kaiser Wilhelm II.

17—Sixth United States Cavalry. Veterans from Col. Sumner's celebrated regiment at Ft. Meyer, Va., in military exercises, and an exhibition of athletic sports and horsemanship.

Note.—The men will wear the uniforms adopted by the United States Army on the frontier. The horses are Western range horses, used in this manner for the first time in history. The Army and National Guard use the "American" horse.

18—Attack on the Deadwood Mail-Coach by Indians, repulse of the Indians, and rescue of the stage, passengers and mail, by "Buffalo Bill" and his attendant Cowboys.

19—Racing by Indian Boys on Bareback Horses.

 

20—Three Minutes With the Rough Riders of the World.

21—Col. W. F. Cody ("Buffalo Bill") in his unique feats of sharpshooting while riding at full speed.

22—Buffalo Hunt, as it was in the Far West of North America, by "Buffalo Bill" and Indians exhibiting the last of the only known native herd of buffalo.

23—Attack on Settlers' Cabin and rescue by "Buffalo Bill" and a band of Cowboys, Scouts and Frontiersmen.

24—Salute, by the entire company.

The Annual Spring Opening.

The show was moved from "Ambrose Park" to Madison Square Garden for the opening of the season on Sunday, March 26th. The parade which was to have taken place on Tuesday, 28th, had to be postponed until the following day on account of inclement weather.

The first performance was given on Wednesday night, March 29th, before a crowded house. Several entirely new features were introduced in the programme, the chief being "The Battle of San Juan," which proved an instantaneous success.

On Friday, April 7th, the afternoon performance was given for the benefit of the orphans and inmates of the different asylums and institutions around New York. Altogether, thirty-one performances were given during the stay in the Garden, at each of which the Garden was well filled, while on several occasions the doors had to be closed for the night performance. The season proved the most successful ever given in New York.

 

Mon. 17 and Tues. 18

Baltimore, Md.

P. R. R. 186.

The trains, with the canvas, seats, etc., reached here Saturday morning. The show opened under canvas, in fine, warm weather, giving four performances to crowded houses. Harry Skeen, for several seasons our car repairer, died suddenly in the hospital here. Cowboy Nelson goes to the hospital with a bad case of blood poisoning.

Lot—York Road and Oxford Avenue.

Arena—195 x 363.

Wed. 19 and Thurs. 20

Washington, D. C.—P. R. R. 43.

Arrived 6.30 A. M., a slight accident to first section having delayed us two hours. Weather warm and clear. Four performances were given here, at each of which the tent was crowded.

Lot—N Capitol and "M" Street.

Arena—200 x 303.

Fri. 21

Richmond, Va.

P. R. R. and R., F. & P. 116.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. Half-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; big business at both performances.

Lot—Fair Gounds.

Arena—179 x 375.

Sat. 22

Staunton, Va.

C. & O. 136.

Arrived 8.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; attendance big in afternoon, light in evening.

Lot—Opposite Fair Grounds.

Arena—156 x 331.

 

Mon. 24

Lynchburg, Va.

C. & O. 141.

The show did not reach town till 11.00 A. M. Flat cars were transferred to siding near lot, to avoid the long haul. Franz gets a fall, and is bruised up a little. Weather clear; business big.

Lot—5th Street, opp. City Park.

Arena—169 x 346.

Tues. 25

Roanoke, Va.

N. & W. 53.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. Lot about one mile from crossing. In spite of a steady rain, tent was well filled at both performances.

Lot—Jefferson Street.

Arena—160 x 349.

Wed. 26

Bluefield, W. Va.

N. & W. 107.

Only one performance was given here, owing to long run to next stand. The road to the lot was in very bad condition, and gave us a lot of extra work. Weather cloudy; rain at night; business very big.

Lot—Bland Street.

Arena—147 x 320.

Thur. 27

Bristol, Tenn.

N. & W. 169.

Arrived in three sections; first section did not get in till 12.30. One performance only, to big business.

Lot—Scranton and Sullins streets.

Arena—160 x 367.

Fri. 28

Knoxville, Tenn.

Southern. 135.

Arrived early. Lot very dusty. Weather warn and clear; big business afternoon and night.

Lot—Bell Avenue and Bell Street.

Arena—174 x 376.

Sat. 29

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Southern. 111.

A broken axle on flat car delayed the second section five hours. Weather clear; business light. Frank Ackie, an eight-horse driver, died suddenly of heart failure.

Lot—Rossville and Montgomery aves.

Arena—160 x 376.

 

Mon. 1

Nashville, Tenn.

N. C. & St. L. 151.

Arrived 10.30 A. M. Two-mile haul to lot, which was in good condition. Weather very warm; large attendance at both performances.

Lot—Broad and Spring.

Arena—163 x 393.

Tues. 2

Bowling Green, Ky.

L. & N. 72.

Half mile to lot. Weather clear and very warm; attendance big in the afternoon, light at night.

Lot—8th Street.

Arena—183 x 382.

Wed. 3

Louisville, Ky.

L. & N. 114.

Arrived 8.00 A. M. Three-mile haul to lot; afternoon attendance very large, fair at night; weather warm and clear.

Lot—Jackson and Oak streets.

Arena—189 x 394.

Thurs. 4

Madison, Ind.

P., C., C. & St. L. 110.

Arrived early. Flat cars were taken down a grade of 325 feet to the mile, in order to unload near the lot; attendance light; rain during afternoon.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—157 x 334.

Fri. 5

Indianapolis, Ind.

P., C., C. & St. L. 86.

Arrived early. One-mile haul to lot. Clear weather; very big attendance at both performances.

Lot—W. Washington Street.

Arena—161 x 377.

Sat. 6

Richmond, Ind.

P., C., C. & St. L. 68.

Weather cloudy with rain at night. Lot very rough. T. J. McManus, a canvasman, fell from a wagon while leaving the lot and was instantly killed.

Lot—N. "F" and 19th Street.

Arena—164 x 341.

 

Mon. 8 and Tues. 9

Cincinnati, O.

P., C., C. & St. L. 74.

The first day here the rain kept the lot in very bad condition, and had a noticeable effect on the attendance. Tuesday, the weather cleared and the tent was crowded twice. During the night performance, the roof of an old pavilion gave way under the weight of three or four hundred rubbers, and several were seriously hurt. F. J. Healy of U. S. Cavalry detachment closes.

Lot—Dodsworth and Coleraine aves.

Arena—160 x 384.

Wed. 10

Dayton, O.

C., H. & D. 59.

Arrived in town early. Weather cloudy; business good. Cowboy Tom Hunter has a fall from a bucker and is badly shaken up. Wittman of U. S. Cavalry fell and received several cuts and bruises.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—183 x 382.

Thurs. 11

Springfiled, O.

C., C., C. & St. L. 24.

Arrived about 4.00 A. M. Weather clear and warm; two good houses. Mike Quinlan is sent to the hospital, with a bad cut in the leg.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—166 x 385.

Fri. 12

Columbus, O.

C., C., C. & St. L. 43.

Arrived early. Very long haul to lot. Weather cloudy with rain. Lot very muddy; good business in spite of weather. Jas. Anderson, our former superintendent, pays us a visit.

Lot—Livingstone and Lynwood aves.

Arena—196 x 391.

Sat. 13

Newark, O.

P., C., C. & St. L. 33.

Weather, rain during afternoon; business fair. While the artillery detachment was going into action No 2 turned completely over, Pony Moore got his shoulder broken, Hudson, Davis and Triangle were badly cut and bruised.

Lot—11th and Church streets.

Arena—171 x 334.

 

Mon. 15 and Tues. 16

Pittsburg, Pa.

P., C., C. & St. L. 165.

Arrived at noon Sunday. Weather clear; very large attendance the first day, the doors being closed at evening performance. Pony Moore leaves for New York to doctor broken shoulder. The show was packed during a heavy thunderstorm Tuesday evening.

Lot—Exhibition Park, Allegheny.

Arena—200 x 378.

Wed. 17

Tyrone, Pa.

P. R. R. 132.

Arrived 11 A. M., having been delayed by wrecks along the line. A heavy rain puts the lot in such bad condition that the night performance is abandoned; attendance very light.

Lot—Washington Avenue.

Arena—166 x 343.

Thur. 18

Williamsport, Pa.

P. R. R. 79.

Arrived early, one-mile haul to lot. The bad weather stays with us, but the tent was well filled at both performances.

Lot—Brandon Ave. and Cherry St.

Arena—159 x 336.

Fri. 19

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

P. R. R. 103.

Arrived about 7.00 A. M. Two-mile haul to lot. Weather cloudy and cold; attendance good at both performances.

Lot—West Side Driving Park.

Arena—165 x 365.

Sat. 20

Towanda, Pa.

L. V. 78.

Arrived early. Lot situated on top of steep hill. Weather very cold; attendance light. Frank Eldredge, a four-horse driver, was severely hurt, by being thrown from seat of wagon.

Lot—Charles Street.

Arena—147 x 303.

 

Mon. 22

Scranton, Pa.

L. V. and C. of N. J. 96.

Weather cleared, and a bright, warm day brings out a large crowd, making it necessary to close the doors on the afternoon performance. Frank Eldredge, the driver who was hurt in Towanda, was taken to the hospital here.

Lot—Ash Street and Wyoming Avenue.

Arena—168 x 369.

Tues. 23

Easton, Pa.

C. of N. J. 119.

Weather clear, a light shower during afternoon; big business at both performances. Visits are exchanged with the "La Pearl" show, playing at South Bethlehem, twelve miles from here.

Lot—Northampton and 12th streets.

Arena—160 x 346.

Wed. 24

Allentown, Pa.

C. of N. J. 17.

Arrived early, everything being ready by 9.00 A. M. Weather clear; attendance big at both performances.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—166 x 349.

Thur. 25

Pottsville, Pa.

P. & R. 71.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Weather bright and clear; business very big. The large horse tent was set on fire by a spark from the engine and was almost entirely destroyed.

Lot—Market and Broad streets.

Arena—153 x 328.

Fri. 26

Reading, Pa.

P. & R. 35.

Arrived early. Weather clear; very large attendance at both performances. Mike Quinlan returns from the hospital at Springfield, O.

Lot—10th and Berne streets.

Arena—182 x 389.

Sat. 27

Chester, Pa.

P. & R. 68.

Arrived 6.00 A. M., half-mile haul to lot. Weather clear and very warm; business light. To-night finishes the 100th performance of the season. Johnnie Baker injures his hand and is compelled to omit his shooting act.

Lot—7th Street and Edgemont Avenue.

Arena—157 x 341.

 

Mon. 29

Philadelphia, Pa.

P. & R. 12.

Arrived here about 5.00 A. M. Sunday was spent painting the poles, etc., thus giving the show a brighter appearance. The weather for the opening day proved clear and warm, and a large attendance was on hand. Managers Jas. A. Bailey, Nate Salsbury, and W. W. Cole paid a business visit.

Tues. 30

Tuesday, Decoration Day, brings out a large attendance twice; weather clear.

Wed. 31

No entry

Thur. 1

Thursday evening, a wind and rain storm threatened to break up the performance, but soon cleared off.

Fri. 2

Friday extra reserved seats were put in, to accommodate the large crowd in the evening.

Sat. 3

Saturday, weather continues clear and two good houses mark the closing day here. Fred Randel, one of the cooks, fell from car platform, while we were pulling out for Long Branch, and had his right foot cut off; he was taken to the hospital in Philadelphia.

Lot—29th and Columbia.

Arena—165 x 329.

 

Mon. 5

Long Branch, N. J.

P. R. R. 94.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Two-mile haul to the lot, which is very dusty. Weather clear and warm; very large attendance at evening performance. Jack Joyce has a fall in the "Race of Races," and is badly bruised up.

Lot—Riverside and Atlantic avenues.

Arena—170 x 349.

Tues. 6

Elizabeth, N. J.

P. R. R. 35.

Arrived 7.00 A. M. Two miles to lot. Weather very hot; night attendance very big. Tom Dennis, an English lancer, sent to the hospital with a broken collar bone.

Lot—Third Avenue and Spencer Street.

Arena—166 x 365.

Wed. 7

Yonkers, N. Y.

P. R. R. and N. Y. C. 35.

Second section did not get in till 10.00 A. M., having been delayed at the ferry. Lot very small. Cook-tent and horse-tent about one half mile from the rest of the show. Weather very hot.

Lot—Monastery and Palisade avenues.

Arena—153 x 316.

Thur. 8

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

N. Y. C. 58.

Arrrived 6.30 A. M. Two miles to lot. Weather clear; business light. Jack Reilly, a driver, fell from a wagon, breaking his leg; he was taken to the hospital here.

Lot—Darrow Park.

Arena—120 x 352.

Fri. 9

Winsted, Ct.

C. N. E. 80.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. Lot close to crossing, and in very bad condition. Weather cloudy; business fair.

Lot—Willow Street.

Arena—112 x 334.

Sat. 10

Hartford, Ct.

C. N. E. 35.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. Unloaded close to lot. Weather clear; big business at both performances. The lot shows the tracks left by us last season, and is very rough.

Lot—Gentlemen's Driving Park.

Arena—176 x 394.

 

Mon. 12

Boston, Mass.

N. Y, N. H. & H. and B. & A. 131.

Arrived in town at noon Sunday, after a very slow and tedious run. A special grandstand had been erected in place of our usual reserved seats.

Monday opened in fair weather, to two good houses.

Tues. 13

Wed. 14

Tuesday and Wednesday the weather was warm and clear, and the attendance large at each performance.

Thurs. 15

Thursday we had a wet day, and the attendance fell off a little on this account. Visits were exchanged with the Pawnee Wild West play at Waltham.

Fri. 16

Friday, clear weather brings out a large crowd, and extra seats had to be put up for the night performance.

Sat. 17

Saturday, the closing day here, the two performances were given to good houses. Weather clear. Pony Moore returns from New York and resumes his work in the artillery detachment.

Lot—Huntingdon Avenue Grounds.

Arena—176 x 346.

 

Mon. 19

Brocton, Mass.

N.Y., N. H. & H. 20.

Arrived early. Lot three miles from crossing. Weather warm and clear; big business at both performances.

Lot—Torrey and Belmont streets.

Arena—174 x 303.

Tues. 20

New Bedford, Mass.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 31.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Two miles to lot. Weather clear; good business at both performances.

Lot—Acushnet Avenue.

Arena—162 x 342.

Wed. 21

Newport, R. I.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 41.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. An axle on the first section stock car broke and the car had to be left behind. Weather clear; good house at night.

Lot—Thames and Harrison streets.

Arena—171 x 342.

Thur. 22

Fall River, Mass.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 18.

Arrived 5.30. Half-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business fair. Pete Wallace, porter of car 54, was badly hurt by a fall from a moving train.

Lot—Broadway and Centre Street.

Arena—166 x 337.

Fri. 23

New London, Ct.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 84.

Arrived 9.00 A. M. The parade was given and the doors opened on time. Weather cool; good attendance at both performances.

Lot—Ball Grounds.

Arena—167 x 334.

Sat. 24

Willimantic, Ct.

C. Vt. 30.

Arrived 7.00 A. M. Half mile to lot, which proves to be very soft. Heavy rain during afternoon; business fair.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—165 x 315.

 

Mon. 26

Bridgeport, Ct.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 72.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. A heavy rain all Sunday puts the lot in pretty bad shape, but a clear, warm day on Monday brings an enormous attendance at both performances. Johnnie Baker resumes his shooting act.

Lot—Winterquarters.

Arena—145 x 317.

Tues. 27

Waterbury, Ct.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 32.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear. The lot is situated quarter of a mile from the street; business very big.

Lot—West Main Street

Arena—314 x 172.

Wed. 28

New Haven, Ct.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 30.

Arrived early. Three-mile haul to lot. Rain during afternoon, clear at night; very large attendance at evening performance.

Lot—Foot of Elm Street.

Arena—172 x 325.

Thur. 29

Holyoke, Mass.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 62.

Arrived 6.30, and unloaded close to lot. Weather clear; good attendance at both performances.

Lot—Depot Hill.

Arena—180 x 338.

Fri. 30

Springfield, Mass.

B. & M. 8.

Arrived early and unloaded close to park. Weather clear; business big. Rough Rider McGinty has a fall and is badly shaken up.

Lot—Hampden Park.

Arena—162 x 345.

Sat. 1

Worcester, Mass.

B. & A. 55.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; large attendance at both performances.

Lot—Grove and Morgan streets.

Arena—124 x 358.

 

Mon. 3

Salem, Mass.

B. & A. and B. & M. 60.

Arrived early. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear and very warm; business big at both performances.

Lot—Bridge Street.

Arena—154 x 388.

Tues. 4

Lawrence, Mass.

B. & M. 24.

Arrived 4.30 A. M. Lot three-fourths mile from crossing. Weather clear and warm; big business. The cook tent was tastefully decorated, and our caterers, Messrs. Keen & Langan, prepared a special supper in honor of the Fourth, which was greatly appreciated by all.

Lot—Merrimac Street.

Arena—162 x 345.

Wed. 5

Haverhill, Mass.

B. & M. 7.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business big.

Lot—River Street.

Arena—162 x 345.

Thur. 6

Dover, N. H.

B. & M. 35.

Arrived 4.30 A. M. Lot a mile and a half from crossing. Weather clear; business big at both performances.

Lot—Silver Street.

Arena—153 x 368.

Fri. 7

Concord, N. H.

B. & M. 61.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Half mile to lot. Weather clear; attendance big at both performances.

Lot—Three Bridge Road.

Arena—147 x 353.

Sat. 8

Manchester, N. H.

B. & M. 18.

Arrived 4.30 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Heavy rain all day; business fair.

Lot—Valley and Maple streets.

Arena—174 x 375.

 

Mon. 10

Lowell, Mass.

B. & M. 31.

Arrived early. Lot one mile from crossing. Rain on Sunday followed by a clear day Monday: business good.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—160 x 384.

Tues. 11

Fitchburg, Mass.

N. Y., N. H. & H. 66.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. Weather clear; business big at both performances. Frank Read, assistant boss hostler, closes and his place is given to Frank McNall.

Lot—Ball Grounds.

Arena—145 x 349.

Wed. 12

Greenfield, Mass.

Fitchburg. 55.

Arrived early. One mile to lot. Thunderstorm during afternoon; business fair.

Lot—Federal and Silver streets.

Arena—167 x 336.

Thur. 13

Saratoga, N. Y.

Fitchburg and D. & H. C. 101.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business fair.

Lot—Union and Nelson avenues.

Arena—171 x 343.

Fri. 14

Schenectady, N. Y.

D. & H. C. 22.

Arrived 4.30 A. M. Lot one mile from crossing. Weather clear; business good.

Lot—Driving Park.

Arena—139 x 358.

Sat. 15

Utica, N. Y.

N. Y. C. & H. R. 78.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. Unloaded close to lot. Weather clear; business very big. Sergt. Webb of the Rough Riders is sent to hospital here.

Lot—Foot of Meadow Street.

Arena—154 x 336.

 

Mon. 17

Syracuse, N. Y.

N. Y. C. & H. R. 41.

Arrived early. Heavy rain all day Sunday, followed by a clear, warm day Monday; business big. Albert Zimes of the band injures his leg and is compelled to go to the hospital. Archie Clements also goes to the hospital, with a mild case of typhoid.

Lot—Kirk Park.

Arena—151 x 344.

Tues. 18

Binghamton, N. Y.

D., L. & W. 79.

Arrived 7.00 A. M. Half-mile to lot. Weather clear; business big.

Lot—Ball Grounds.

Arena—169 x 356.

Wed. 19

Elmira, N. Y.

D., L. & W. 57.

Arrived 5:00 A. M. Two-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business big. During the night performance a lady fell from the seats, breaking her leg.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—171 x 343.

Thur. 20

Rochester, N. Y.

Erie. 112.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. Two miles to lot; business immense at both performances.

Lot—Driving Park.

Arena—217 x 400.

Fri. 21 and Sat. 22

Buffalo, N. Y.

N. Y. C. & H. R. 67.

Arrived early. A heavy rain during afternoon puts the lot in very bad condition; however, the tent was filled at both performances Friday. Saturday, weather clear; business very big. Many members of the company visit the Falls.

Lot—Driving Park.

Arena—178 x 402.

 

Mon. 24

Cleveland, O.

L. S. & M. S. 183.

Arrived 10.30 Sunday. Weather clear; business very big; doors closed at night. Jack Dawson fell and fractured his ankle; he was taken to the hospital here.

Lot—Payne Avenue and Oliver Street.

Arena—188 x 392.

Tues. 25

Akron, O.

C. T. & V. 35.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Half-mile haul. A heavy thunderstorm came up during the afternoon, but cleared off at night; business very big.

Lot—Thornton Street and Boulevard.

Arena—159 x 343.

Wed. 26

Canton, O.

C. T. & V. 14.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. Tableau wagon No. 100 was upset near the runs, delaying the work a little. Weather very hot; business big.

Lot—E. Tarwas Street.

Arena—166 X 337.

Thur. 27

Youngstown, O.

P. R. R. 55.

Arrived early. Two miles to lot. Weather warm and clear; business big. Johnnie Baker loses his pocket-book, containing $240 and a valuable diamond pin, a gift of the colonel.

Lot—Opposite Fair Grounds.

Arena—175 x 343.

Fri. 28

Beaver Falls, Pa.

P. R. R. 35.

Arrived early. Weather very hot; business big. A five-gallon can of gasolene exploded in car 56. Ed Sullivan, the porter, and Jas. Parker, a canvasman, were very badly burned, and the car was totally destroyed; the injured men were taken to the hospital here.

Lot—Fourth Avenue and 33d Street.

Arena—173 x 353.

Sat. 29

Stuebenville, O.

P.R.R. 50.

First section arrived 5.00 A. M., the second did not get in till 9.00 A.M. A squall of wind struck the show about 6.30 P. M., but passed over without much damage.

Lot—Pleasant Heights.

Arena—178 x 356.

 

Mon. 31

Coshocton, O.

P.R.R. 81.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. Weather clear; business good. A ball game was played between a Wild West Nine and the local club yesterday, resulting in a sweeping victory for the Wild West. Score: 14 to 0.

Lot—E. Main and 11th streets.

Arena—168 x 352.

Tues. 1

Mansfield, O.

P. R. R. 78.

Arrived early. Very soft lot. Weather clear; very big afternoon house. Fred Essex of the band closes.

Lot—3d and Ashland streets.

Arena—163 x 348.

Wed. 3

Upper Sandusky, O.

P. R. R. 78.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business fair. J. McAdams joins the band.

Lot—E. Bigelow street.

Arena—162 x 347.

Thur. 3

Lima, O.

P. R. R. 44.

Arrived early. One mile to lot; big business. A heavy thunderstorm came up during evening. Miller of the Rough Riders is taken to the hospital with typhoid. Sergeant Webb returns from hospital at Utica.

Lot—Vine Street.

Arena—166 x 348.

Fri. 4

Muncie, Ind.

L. E. & W. 85

Arrived 6.30. A heavy rainstorm, accompanied with thunder and lightning, keeps the lot in bad shape; business fair. Fred Hoffman (Fritz) is sent to the hospital with a broken leg.

Lot—Weiser and Madison streets.

Arena—174 x 382.

Sat. 5

Fort Wayne, Ind.

L. E. & W. 65.

Arrived early. Lot two miles from town; immense business; doors closed. Little Mary, Indian papoose, died suddenly here.

Lot—Lakeside.

Arena—165 x 383.

 

Mon. 7

Hillsdale, Mich.

L. S. & M. S. 71.

Arrived 9.00 A. M. Half-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business very big in afternoon, fair at night. Three of the Arabs close.

Lot—Howell Street.

Arena—173 x 350.

Tues. 8

Jackson, Mich.

L. S. & M. S. 26.

Arrived early. One-mile haul. Weather clear; business very big. A new sleeping car arrived, to take the place of one destroyed at Beaver Falls.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—168 x 352.

Wed. 9

Lansing, Mich.

M. C. 36.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. A mile and a half haul. Weather clear; business big. Ed Lacey of the Forepaugh-Sells Show pays us a visit.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—166 x 349.

Thur. 10

Bay City, Mich.

M. C. 79.

Arrived 6.30 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business big.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—178 x 379.

Fri. 11

Port Huron, Mich.

F. & P. M. 102.

Arrived 7.30 A. M. A wind storm struck the show about 1.30 P. M. and blew down the front end. However, things were soon straightened out, and the show went on a usual; business big.

Lot—Lapeer Avenue.

Arena—176 x 383.

Sat. 12

Detroit, Mich.

G. T. R. 58.

Arrived early. Three-quarter-mile haul. Weather clear. Lot very hard and rough. One of the Filipinos has a fall, and is badly shaken up. Flat Iron returns from hospital at Utica.

Lot—Grand River Ave. and Hudson St.

Arena—178 x 388.

 

Mon. 14

Toledo, O.

M. C. 60.

Arrived early and unloaded close to lot. Weather clear; enormous business. James Warren leaves for Chicago. Three of the English soldiers close.

Lot—Dorr Street.

Arena—181 x 393.

Tues. 15

Defiance, O.

Wabash. 51.

Arrived 5.00 A. M. Weather clear; business very big.

Lot—N. Clinton Street

Arena—171 x 395.

Wed. 16

Peru, Ind.

Wabash. 100.

Arrived 7.00 A. M. One-mile haul. Weather clear and warm; afternoon house full, evening fair. Mr. Bailey leaves for Chicago to arrange for lights, etc.

Lot—Main Street.

Arena—163 x 339.

Thur. 17

Lafayette, Ind.

Wabash. 52.

Arrived early. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business big in afternoon, fair at evening. Jere Murphy, a trainman, has his foot severely injured by a wagon passing over it.

Lot—Virginia and 16th streets.

Arena—171 x 385.

Fri. 18

Bloomington, Ill.

L. E. & W. 116.

Arrived 8.30. One mile to lot. Weather very hot; business good in afternoon, fair at night.

Lot—Fair Grounds.

Arena—155 x 394.

Sat. 19

Peoria, Ill.

L. E. & W. 40.

Arrived early. Weather very hot. Gave two performances to packed houses and pulled out of town at 11.45.

Lot—Lakeview.

Arena—179 x 393.

 

Mon. 21—Tues. 22—Wed. 23—Thur. 24— Fri. 25—Sat. 26—Sun. 27

Chicago, Ill.—C., R. I. & P. 161.

We reached here at 6.00 A. M., after an exceptionally fast run from Peoria.

A grand stand had been erected, to take the place of our regular reserved seats. The Battle Scene was also greatly strengthened by fifty additional men, and the erection of a much larger hill than that used on the road.

The weather during the entire week was warm and clear, and the business tremendous—there being thousands turned away every evening.

On Friday, August 25th, it was found necessary to put in the extra forty-five foot middle piece, in order to put up more seats to accommodate the crowds.

There were fourteen performances given during our stay here, which terminated on Sunday evening, August 27th.

A large number of the show employés closed here during the week.

Lot—35th Street and Wentworth Ave.

Arena—163 x 398.

 

Mon. 28

Milwaukee, Wis.

C. & N. W. 85.

Arrived 7.00 A. M. Three and a half miles haul to lot, which proves to be very hard and rough. Weather clear; business very big at both performances. Wm. Baker, the boy giant, closes.

Lot—Cold Spring Park.

Arena—173 x 391.

Tues. 29

Fond du Lac, Wis.

C. & N. W. 63.

Arrived 6.00 A. M. One-mile haul to lot. Weather clear; business very big in afternoon, fair at night.

Lot—Main Street.

Arena—176 x 397.

Wed. 30

Madison, Wis.

C. & N. W. 89.

Arrived 4.30 A. M. Lot three quarters of a mile from railroad. Weather clear; business very big.

Lot—Jenifer and Dickenson streets.

Arena—156 x 359.

Thur. 31

Winona, Minn.

C. & N.W. 159.

Arrived 6.30 A. M., after fast run. One mile to lot. Weather cloudy with rain; business big. Roughest lot of the season.

Lot—E. Howard Street.

Arena—167 x 400.

Fri. 1

Rochester, Minn.

C. & N. W. 50.

Arrived early. Two-mile haul to lot. Weather cloudy; business big in afternoon, fair at night.

Lot—Dubuque Street.

Arena—163 x 356.

Sat. 2

Mankato, Minn.

C. & N. W. 84.

Arrived 5.30 A. M. Lot one half mile from crossing. Weather clear; business big in afternoon, light at night.

Lot—Main Street.

Arena—166 x 356.

 

Mon. 4

Watertown, S. Dak.

C. & N.-W. 187.

Tues. 5

Huron, S. Dak.

C. & N.-W. 120.

Wed. 6

Aberdeen, S. Dak.

C. & N.-W. 91.

Thur. 7

Ortonville, Minn.

C., M. & St. P. 109.

Fri. 8

Fargo, N. Dak.

C., M, & St. P. 118.

Sat. 9

Fergus Falls, Minn.

Nor. Pac. 140.

 

Mon. 11

St. Cloud, Minn.

Nor. Pac. 136.

Tues. 12

Marshall, Minn.

Gt. Nor. 119.

Wed. 13

Yankton, S. Dak.

Gt. Nor. 146.

Thur. 14

Mitchell, S. Dak.

C., St. P., M. & O. 108.

Fri. 15

Sioux Falls, S. Dak.

C., St. P., M. & O. 70.

Sat. 16

Sioux City, Iowa.

C., St. P., M. & O. 146.

 

Mon. 18

Omaha, Neb.

C., St. P., M. & O. 124.

Tues. 19

Jefferson, Iowa.

C. & N.-W. 123.

Wed. 20

Webster City, Iowa.

C. & N.-W. 70.

Thur. 21

Algona, Iowa.

C. & N.-W. 48.

Fri. 22

Marshalltown, Iowa.

C. & N.-W. 113.

Sat. 23

Mason City, Iowa.

Iowa Cent. 88.

 

Mon. 25

Austin, Minn.

C., M. & St. P. 40.

Tues. 26

Cresco, Iowa.

C., M. & St. P. 50.

Wed. 27

Monticello, Iowa.

C., M. & St. P. 115.

Thur. 28

Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

C., M. & St. P. 32.

Fri. 29

Centerville, Iowa.

C., M. & St. P. and Iowa Cent. 126.

Sat. 30

Kirksville, Mo.

K. & W. and Wabash. 45.

 

St. Louis, Mo.—Wabash, 205.

Mon. 2

Tues. 3

Wed. 4

Thur. 5

Fri. 6

Sat. 7

 

Mon. 9

Springfield, Ill.

St. P. & N. 101.

Tues. 10

Decatur, Ill.

Wabash. 39.

Wed. 11

Terre Haute, Ind.

Vandalia. 95.

Thur. 12

Shelbyville, Ind.

Big Four. 79.

Fri. 13

Hamilton, O.

P., C., C. & St. L. 94.

Sat. 14

Urbana, O.

P., C., C. & St. L. 116.

Home, Sweet Home.

 

A Few Statistics.

Starting from Bridgeport, Ct., on April 14th, the "Wild West" traveled a distance of 11,111 miles, using the tracks of forty different railroads.

The show was on the road 200 days, during which time 341 performances were given, 132 towns visited in twenty-four States, viz: one stand of two and one-half weeks, four one-week stands, five two-day, and 122 one-day, on seven of which only one performance was given.

There were 529 people employed in all departments, the "Wild West" stable contained 325 horses, and the baggage stock numbered 119 head. The shortest run from one stand to the next was seven miles, from Lawrence, Mass., to Haverill, the longest, 205 miles, from Kirksville, Mo., to St. Louis.

For transportation purposes the show used thirty-five baggage wagons, two band wagons, two water tanks, two engines for electric light, four buggies, two field pieces and caissons and one Gatling gun. The trains consisted of sixteen flat cars, fifteen stock cars and eight sleeping coaches. The show carried eighty lengths of blue seats and eleven sections of reserved seats, giving seating accommodation to approximately 13,000 people.

Past Seasons with the Wild West.

1883.

The Buffalo Bill Wild West Show was organized as an outdoor show in 1883, and opened in Omaha, Neb., in May, and traveled through the States of Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, giving the performance in   Fair Grounds with the exception of Coney Island, where a temporary stand was erected, and they remained there five weeks. It was at this place that the first horse race was ever given by electric light.

1884-5.

Opened in May, in St. Louis, Mo., went through the Eastern States and Canada. October 31st took a boat down the Mississippi River, bound for New Orleans. The boat was wrecked at Rodney, Miss., and everything was lost except horses. Opened in New Orleans Christmas week, and closed April 1, 1885, then worked north through the Central and Southern States, including Michigan and Wisconsin, and closed October 31st at St. Louis, Mo.

1886.

Opened in St. Louis in May, and then played through to New York, where they opened a season at Erastina, Staten Island, in June, and remained until September 30th, then opened a winter season at Madison Square Garden, Thanksgiving Eve, and closed Washington's Birthday, 1887. During their stay at the Garden they lost sixteen buffaloes, from lung trouble.

1887.

April 1st, sailed on the steamer "State of Nebraska" for London, England, where they remained a season of six months, and then went to Manchester, England, for six months, and closed April 30, 1888; then gave one performance at Hull, England, in the afternoon, and sailed the same night for New York City on the steamer "Persian Monarch."

1888.

Opened the season at Erastina, Staten Island, on Decoration Day, and remained six   weeks; then went to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, and closed at the State Fair in Richmond, Va., October 22d.

1889-90.

Sailed April 12th on the Steamer "Persian Monarch" for Havre, France, where a season of six months was played at Paris. They then toured through France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Austria, and closed in the City of Strasburg, Alsace-Lorraine, October 29, 1890. Some of the troupe returned to the United States, while others remained there.

1891-2.

Opened in Stuttgart, April 15th, and played through Germany, Belgium and England; closed at Croyden, England, October 31st. Opened again at Glasgow, Scotland, November 15th, and remained until April 15, 1892. May 9th opened again in London, and closed October 27, 1892, and sailed on the Steamer "Mohawk," October 29th, for New York City.

1893.

This was the World's Fair season. There was a Grand Stand erected at 62d and 63d streets and Grace Avenue, Chicago, with a seating capacity of 20,000 people. It was opened April 26th, and closed October 31st, making 186 days of continuous performance; not one show was missed, and it closed the most successful season known in show history.

1894.

Opened in Ambrose Park, Brooklyn, N. Y., May 12th, and closed October 6th. One show was missed September 14th, on account of heavy rain; no Sunday shows were given, making a run of 126 days.

 

Official Route—Season of 1895.

April.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
22 Mon Philadelphia Pa. 147
23 Tue Philadelphia "
24 Wed Philadelphia "
25 Thu Philadelphia "
26 Fri Philadelphia "
27 Sat Philadelphia "
Sunday.
29 Mon Philadelphia Pa.
30 Tue Philadelphia "

May.

1 Wed Philadelphia Pa.
2 Thu Philadelphia Pa.
3 Fri Philadelphia Pa.
4 Sat Philadelphia Pa.
Sunday.
6 Mon Pottsville Pa. Philadelphia & Reading 93
7 Tues Reading Pa. Philadelphia & Reading 35
8 Wed Easton Pa. P. & R. and L. V. 53
9 Thu Allentown Pa. Lehigh Valley 17
10 Fri Wilkes-Barre Pa. Lehigh Valley 82
11 Sat Scranton Pa. Delaware & Hudson Co. 19
Sunday.
13 Mon Carbondale Pa. Delaware & Hudson Co. 16
14 Tues Oneonta N. Y. Delaware & Hudson Co. 94
15 Wed Schenectady N. Y. Delaware & Hudson Co. 75
16 Thu Gloversville N. Y. N. Y. Cent. And F., J. & G. 37
17 Fri Troy N. Y. F., J. & G and N. Y. C. & H. R. 59
18 Sat Poughkeepsie N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. 75
Sunday.
20 Mon Albany N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. 70
21 Tue Albany N. Y.
22 Wed Pittsfield Mass. Boston & Albany 51
23 Thu North Adams Mass. Boston & Albany 20
24 Fri Greenfield Mass. Fitchburg 38
25 Sat Holyoke Mass. Boston & Maine 28
Sunday.
27 Mon Springfield Mass. Boston & Maine 8
28 Tue Waterbury Conn. New York & New England 65
29 Wed Danbury Conn. New York & New England 30
30 Thu Bridgeport Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H 39
31 Fri New Haven Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H 18

June.

1 Sat New Haven Conn.
Sunday.
3 Mon Hartford Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 36
4 Tue Norwich Conn. New York & New England 70
5 Wed Woonsocket R. I. New York & New England 61
6 Thu Worcester Mass. New York & New England 54
7 Fri Worcester Mass.
8 Sat Fitchburg Mass. Fitchburg R. R. 26
Sunday.
10 Mon Boston Mass. Old Colony 73
11 Tues Boston Mass.
12 Wed Boston Mass.
13 Thu Boston Mass.
14 Fri Boston Mass.
15 Sat Boston Mass.
Sunday.
17 Mon Boston Mass.
18 Tue Boston Mass.
19 Wed Boston Mass.
20 Thu Boston Mass.
21 Fri Boston Mass.
22 Sat Boston Mass.
Sunday
24 Mon Providence R. I. Old Colony 44
25 Tues Providence R. I.
26 Wed Newport R. I. Old Colony 37
27 Thu Fall River Mass. Old Colony 19
28 Fri Brocton Mass. Old Colony 31
29 Sat New Bedford Mass. Old Colony 34
 

July.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
1 Mon Lowell Mass. Old Colony 82
2 Tue Lowell Mass.
3 Wed Nashua N. H. Boston & Maine 15
4 Thu Concord N H. Concord & Montreal 38
5 Fri Manchester N. H. Concord & Montreal 18
6 Sat Lawrence Mass. Boston & Maine 27
Sunday.
8 Mon Haverhill Mass. Boston & Maine 7
9 Tue Salem Mass. Boston & Maine 30
10 Wed Gloucester Mass. Boston & Maine 15
11 Thu Lynn Mass. Boston & Maine 20
12 Fri Portsmouth N. H. Boston & Maine 45
13 Sat Rochester N. H. Boston & Maine 22
Sunday.
15 Mon Biddeford Maine Boston & Maine 39
16 Tue Lewiston Maine B. & Me. and Me. Cent. 51
17 Wed Waterville Maine Maine Central 48
18 Thu Bangor Maine Maine Central 55
19 Fri Augusta Maine Maine Central 74
20 Sat Portland Maine Maine Central 62
Sunday.
22 Mon St. Johnsbury Vt. Me. Cent. and B. & Me. 135
23 Tue West River Jct. Vt. Boston & Maine 61
24 Wed Montpelier Vt. Central Vermont 65
25 Thu St. Albans Vt. Central Vermont 56
26 Fri Burlington Vt. Central Vermont 33
27 Sat Rutland Vt. Central Vermont 67
Sunday.
29 Mon Saratoga N. Y. D. & H. C. Co. 63
30 Tue Glen Falls N. Y. D. & H. C. Co. 22
31 Wed Plattsburg N. Y. D. & H. C. Co. 117

August.

1 Thu Malone N. Y. D. & H. and Central Vermont 65
2 Fri Ogdensburg N. Y. Central Vermont 61
3 Sat Watertown N. Y. R., W. & O. 68
Sunday.
5 Mon Syracuse N. Y. R., W. & O. 73
6 Tue Oswego N. Y. R., W. & O. 37
7 Wed Utica N. Y. R. & O. and N. Y. Cent. 90
8 Thu Auburn N. Y. New York Central 79
9 Fri Geneva N. Y. New York Central 25
10 Sat Lockport N. Y. New York Central 106
Sunday
12 Mon Rochester N. Y. New York Central 56
13 Tue Olean N. Y. W. N. Y. & P. 108
14 Wed Hornellsville N. Y. Erie 63
15 Thu Bradford Pa. Erie 86
16 Fri DuBois Pa. B., R. & P. 87
17 Sat Warren Pa. Pennsylvania 82
Sunday.
19 Mon Buffalo N. Y. W. N. Y. & P. 132
20 Tue Buffalo N. Y.
21 Wed Dunkirk N. Y. Erie 39
22 Thu Jamestown N. Y. Erie 37
23 Fri Meadville Pa. Erie 68
24 Sat Erie Pa. P., C. & St. L. and Nickel Plate 61
Sunday.
26 Mon Cleveland Ohio Nickel Plate 95
27 Tue Akron Ohio Pennsylvania 67
28 Wed Youngstown Ohio Pennsylvania 55
29 Thu Canton Ohio Pennsylvania 24
30 Fri E. Liverpool Ohio Pennsylvania 66
31 Sat Wheeling W. Va. Pennsylvania 47

September.

 
Sunday
2 Mon Pittsburg Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 71
3 Tue Pittsburg Pa.
4 Wed McKeesport Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 15
5 Thu Connellsville Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 43
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
6 Fri Johnstown Pa. Pennsylvania 72
7 Sat Altoona Pa. Pennsylvania 38
Sunday
9 Mon Lancaster Pa. Pennsylvania 169
10 Tue York Pa. Pennsylvania 25
11 Wed Harrisburg Pa. Pennsylvania 28
12 Thu Williamsport Pa. Pennsylvania 93
13 Fri Elmira N. Y. Pennsylvania 78
14 Sat Ithaca N. Y. E., C. & N. 50
Sunday.
16 Mon Cortland N. Y. E., C. & N. 20
17 Tue Norwich N. Y. D., L., & W. 62
18 Wed Binghamton N. Y. D., L., & W. 42
19 Thu Port Jervis N. Y. Erie 127
20 Fri Middletown N. Y. Erie 21
21 Sat Newburg N. Y. Erie 32
Sunday
23 Mon Paterson N. J. Erie 46
24 Tue Orange N. J. D., L. & W. 27
25 Wed Newark N. J. D., L. & W. 4
26 Thu Newark N. J.
27 Fri Trenton N. J. Pennsylvania 48
28 Sat Wilmington Del. Pennsylvania 56
Sunday.
30 Mon Baltimore Md. Pennsylvania 69

October.

1 Tue Baltimore Md.
2 Wed Washington D. C. Pennsylvania 42
3 Thu Washington D. C.
4 Fri Richmond Va. Penn. and R. F. & P. 116
5 Sat Norfolk Va. A. C. L. and N. & W. 104
Sunday.
7 Mon Wilmington N. C. N. & W. and A. C. L. 244
8 Tue Goldsboro N. C. Atlantic Coast Line 84
9 Wed Raleigh N. C. Atlantic Coast Line 48
10 Thu Greensboro N. C. Southern 82
11 Fri Salisbury N. C. Southern (one show) 50
12 Sat Asheville N. C. Southern 142
Sunday.
14 Mon Charlotte N. C. Southern 160
15 Tue Columbia S. C. Southern 168
16 Wed Charleston S. C. Atlantic Coast Line 137
17 Thu Savannah Ga. Charleston & Savannah 115
18 Fri Augusta Ga. Central of Georgia 132
19 Sat Macon Ga. Georgia Railway 125
Sunday.
21 Mon Columbus Ga. Central of Georgia 100
22 Tue Montgomery Ala. Central of Georgia 94
23 Wed Birmingham Ala. Louisville & Nashville 96
24 Thu New Decatur Ala. Louisville & Nashville (one show) 85
25 Fri Nashville Tenn. Louisville & Nashville 123
26 Sat Chattanooga Tenn. N., C. & St. L. 151
Sunday.
28 Mon Atlanta Ga. Western & Atlantic 138
29 Tue Atlanta Ga.
30 Wed Atlanta Ga.
31 Thu Atlanta Ga.

November.

1 Fri Atlanta Ga.
2 Sat Atlanta

"Home, Sweet Home."

Bridgeport Conn. Southern 648
Pennsylvania 228
N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
 

April.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
18 Sat Philadelphia Pa. N. Y., N. H. & H 147
Sunday.
20 Mon Philadelphia Pa. Central of New Jersey
21 Tue Philadelphia Pa.
22 Wed Philadelphia Pa. Philadelphia & Reading
23 Thu Philadelphia Pa.
24 Fri Philadelphia Pa.
25 Sat Philadelphia Pa.
Sunday. Md.
27 Mon Cumberland Baltimore & Ohio 288
28 Tue Clarksburg W. Va. Baltimore & Ohio 124
29 Wed Parkersburg W. Va. Baltimore & Ohio 82
30 Thu Chillicothe Ohio Baltimore & Ohio S-W. 97

May.

1 Fri Ironton Ohio. Cinn., Ham. & Dayton 84
2 Sat Washington Ohio. Cinn., Ham. & Dayton 116
Sunday.
4 Mon Cincinnati Ohio. Cinn., Ham. & Dayton 107
5 Tue Cincinnati Ohio.
6 Wed Hamilton Ohio. Cinn., Ham. & Dayton 25
7 Thu Richmond Ind. P., C., C. & St. L. 43
8 Fri Indianapolis Ind. P., C., C. & St. L. 68
9 Sat Indianapolis Ind.
Sunday.
11 Mon Anderson Ind. C., C., C. & St. L. 36
12 Tue Columbus Ind. P. C., C. & St. L. 127
13 Wed Louisville Ky. P., C., C. & St. L. 69
14 Thu Louisville Ky.
15 Fri Owensboro Ky. L., St. L. & T. 112
16 Sat Evansville Ind. L., St. L. & T. and L. & N. 42
Sunday.
18 Mon St. Louis Mo. Peoria, Decatur & Evansville. 180
19 Tue St. Louis Mo.
20 Wed St. Louis Mo. L, E. & St. L
21 Thu St. Louis Mo.
22 Fri St. Louis Mo.
23 Sat St. Louis Mo.
Sunday.
25 Mon Litchfield Ill. Wabash 52
26 Tue Decatur Ill. Wabash 61
27 Wed Lincoln Ill. P., D. & E. 33
28 Thu Peoria Ill. P., D. & E. 45
29 Fri Bloomington Ill. Lake Erie & Western 40
30 Sat Champaign Ill. Illinois Central 61

June.

 
1 Mon Chicago Ill. Illinois Central 127
2 Tue Chicago Ill.
3 Wed Chicago Ill.
4 Thu Chicago Ill.
5 Fri Chicago Ill.
6 Sat Chicago Ill.
Sunday.
8 Mon Chicago Ill.
9 Tue Chicago Ill.
10 Wed Chicago Ill.
11 Thu Chicago Ill.
12 Fri Chicago Ill.
13 Sat Chicago Ill.
Sunday.
15 Mon Kankakee Ill. Illinois Central 55
16 Tue Ottawa Ill. Big 4 and C., R. I. & P. 54
17 Wed Rock Island Ill. C., R. I. & P. 97
18 Thu Galesburg Ill. C., B. & Q. 55
19 Fri Burlington Iowa. C., B. & Q. 43
20 Sat Quincy Ill. C., B. &Q. 72
Sunday.
22 Mon Springfield Ill. Wabash 113
23 Tue Danville Ill. Wabash 112
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
24 Wed Terre Haute Ind. C., C., C. & St. L. 56
25 Thu Crawfordsville Ind. Vandalia 53
26 Fri La Fayette Ind. L., N. A. & C. 28
27 Sat Logansport Ind. Wabash 37
Sunday.
29 Mon Fort Wayne Ind. Wabash 72
30 Tue Plymouth Ind. P., Ft. W. & C. 64

July.

1 Wed Kokomo Ind. Lake Erie & Western 64
2 Thu Bluffton Ind. T., St. L. & K. C. 57
3 Fri Marion Ind. T., St. L. & K. C. 30
4 Sat Piqua Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. 84
Sunday.
6 Mon Dayton Ohio. Cinn., Ham & Dayton 29
7 Tue Springfield Ohio. C., C., C. & St. L. 24
8 Wed Kenton Ohio. C., C., C. & St. L. 57
9 Thu Lima Ohio. Erie 27
10 Fri Marion Ohio. Erie 52
11 Sat Mansfield Ohio. Erie 35
Sunday.
13 Mon Columbus Ohio. Baltimore & Ohio 95
14 Tue Newark Ohio. Baltimore & Ohio 33
15 Wed Zanesville Ohio. Baltimore & Ohio 26
16 Thu Massillon Ohio. C., C. & S. and C., L. & W. 77
17 Fri Alliance Ohio. P., Ft. W. & C. 27
18 Sat Steubenville Ohio Cleveland & Pittsburg 65
Sunday.
20 Mon Cleveland Ohio. Cleveland & Pittsburg 122
21 Tue Cleveland Ohio.
22 Wed Sandusky Ohio. L. S. & M. S. 65
23 Thu Tiffin Ohio C., C., C. & St. L. 33
24 Fri Findlay Ohio. C., C., C. & St. L. 31
25 Sat Toledo Ohio. Ohio Central 44
Sunday.
27 Mon Detroit Mich. Michigan Central 59
28 Tue Detroit Mich.
29 Wed Saginaw Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 107
30 Thu Port Huron Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 90
31 Fri Bay City Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 113

August.

 
1 Sat Owosso Mich. Michigan Central 51
Sunday.
3 Mon Ann Arbor Mich. T., A. A. & N. M. 64
4 Tue Adrian Mich. T., A. A. & Wabash 37
5 Wed Jackson Mich. L. S. & M. S. 46
6 Thu Kalamazoo Mich. Michigan Central 68
7 Fri Battle Creek Mich. Michigan Central 23
8 Sat Lansing Mich. Michigan Central 81
Sunday.
10 Mon Grand Rapids Mich. Chicago & W. Michigan 65
11 Tue Muskegon Mich. Chicago & W. Michigan 61
12 Wed Benton Harbor Mich. Chicago & W. Michigan 97
13 Thu Goshen Ind. C., C., C. & St. L. 54
14 Fri South Bend Ind. L. S. & M. S. 35
15 Sat Michigan City Ind. Michigan Central 48
Sunday.
17 Mon Joliet Ill. Michigan Central 65
18 Tue Streator Ill. A., T. & S. F. 53
19 Wed Aurora Ill. C., B. & Q. 60
20 Thu Elgin Ill. C. & N.-W. 27
21 Fri Dixon Ill. C. & N.-W. 79
22 Sat Freeport Ill. Illinois Central 36
Sunday.
24 Mon Milwaukee Wis. C. & N.-W. 133
25 Tue Milwaukee Wis.
26 Wed Madison Wis. C. & N.-W. 82
27 Thu Janesville Wis. C. & N.-W. 38
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
28 Fri Rockford Ill. C. & N.-W. 35
29 Sat Racine Wis. C. & N.-W. 82
Sunday.
31 Mon Sheboygan Wis. C. & N.-W. 75

September.

1 Tue Appleton Wis. C. & N. -W. 68
2 Wed Menominee Mich. C. & N.-W. 79
3 Thu Green Bay Wis. C. & N.-W. 51
4 Fri Stevens Point Wis. G. B., W. & St. P. 87
5 Sat Wausau Wis. C., M. & S. P. and G. B., W. & St. P. 54
Sunday.
7 Mon La Crosse Wis. C., M. & St. P. 131
8 Tue Winona Minn. C., M. & St. P. 24
9 Wed Eau Claire Wis. C., M. & St. P. 81
10 Thu Chippewa Falls Wis. C., St. P., M. & O. 12
11 Fri Ashland Wis. C. St. P., M. & O. 154
12 Sat Duluth Minn. Northern Pacific 76
Sunday.
14 Mon Minneapolis Minn. C., St. P., M. & O. 186
15 Tue Minneapolis Minn.
16 Wed St. Paul Minn. C., St. P., M. & O. 10
17 Thu St. Paul Minn.
18 Fri Mankato Minn. C., St. P., M. & O. 86
19 Sat Sheldon Iowa. C., St. P., M. & O. 126
Sunday.
21 Mon Sioux Falls S. D. Illinois Central 58
22 Tue Sioux City Iowa. C., M. & St. P. 91
23 Wed Cherokee Iowa. Illinois Central 59
24 Thu Fort Dodge Iowa. Illinois Central 76
25 Fri Mason City Iowa. M. C. & Ft. D. 72
26 Sat Waterloo Iowa. C., M. & St. P. and I. C. 73
Sunday.
28 Mon Dubuque Iowa. Illinois Central 92
29 Tue Clinton Iowa. C., M. & St. P. 26
30 Wed Cedar Rapids Iowa. C. & N.-W. 81

October.

1 Thu Muscatine Iowa. B., C. R. & N. 59
2 Fri Ottumwa Iowa. C., R. I. & P. 96
3 Sat Oskaloosa Iowa. C., R. I. & P. 25
Sunday.
5 Mon Des Moines Iowa. C., R. I. & P. 62
6 Tue Marshalltown Iowa. C. & N.-W. 75
7 Wed Boone Iowa. C. & N.-W. 52
8 Thu Carroll Iowa. C. & N.-W. 55
9 Fri Council Bluffs Iowa. C. & N.-W. 93
10 Sat Omaha Neb. Bridge; Union Pacific 4
Sunday.
12 Mon North Platte Neb. Union Pacific 291
13 Tue Hastings Neb. U. P. and B. & M. R. 135
14 Wed Lincoln Neb. B. & M. R. 96
15 Thu Beatrice Neb. Union Pacific 40
16 Fri St. Joseph Mo. B. & M. R. 133
17 Sat Leavenworth Kan. Missouri Pacific 42
Sunday.
19 Mon Kansas City Mo. Missouri Pacific 26
20 Tue Kansas City Mo.
21 Wed Topeka Kan. C., R. I. & P. 67
22 Thu Fort Scott Kan. Missouri Pacific 130
23 Fri Sedalia Mo. Missouri, Kansas & Tex 111
24 Sat Moberly Mo. Missouri, Kansas & Tex 54

"Home, Sweet Home."

Bridgeport Conn. Wabash 148
Pennsylvania 1066
N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
 

April.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
Sunday.
12 Mon Brooklyn N. Y.
13 Tue Brooklyn N. Y.
14 Wed Brooklyn N. Y.
15 Thu Brooklyn N. Y.
16 Fri Brooklyn N. Y.
17 Sat Brooklyn N. Y.
Sunday.
19 Mon Brooklyn N. Y.
20 Tue Brooklyn N. Y.
21 Wed Brooklyn N. Y.
22 Thu Brooklyn N. Y.
23 Fri Brooklyn N. Y.
24 Sat Brooklyn N. Y.
Sunday.
26 Mon New York N. Y.
27 Tue New York N. Y.
28 Wed New York N. Y.
29 Thu New York N. Y.
30 Fri New York N. Y.

May.

1 Sat New York N. Y.
Sunday
3 Mon New York N. Y.
4 Tue New York N. Y.
5 Wed New York N. Y.
6 Thu New York N. Y.
7 Fri New York N. Y.
8 Sat
Sunday.
10 Mon New York N. Y.
11 Tue New York N. Y.
12 Wed New York N. Y.
13 Thu New York N. Y.
14 Fri New York N. Y.
15 Sat New York N. Y.
Sunday.
17 Mon Bridgeport Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
18 Tue Waterbury Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 32
19 Wed New Haven Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 30
20 Thu Hartford Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 36
21 Fri Springfield Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. 26
22 Sat Holyoke Mass. Boston & Maine 8
Sunday.
24 Mon Boston Mass. B. & M. and B. & A. 107
25 Tue Boston Mass.
26 Wed Boston Mass.
27 Thu Boston Mass.
28 Fri Boston Mass.
29 Sat Boston Mass.
Sunday.
31 Mon Providence R. I. Old Colony 44

June.

 
1 Tue New Bedford Mass. Old Colony 34
2 Wed Fall River Mass. Old Colony 23
3 Thu Lowell Mass. Old Colony 77
4 Fri Manchester N. H. Boston & Maine 31
5 Sat Lawrence Mass. Boston & Maine 26
Sunday.
7 Mon Haverhill Mass. Boston & Maine 6
8 Tue Salem Mass. Boston & Maine 18
9 Wed Lynn Mass. Boston & Maine 6
10 Thu Fitchburg Mass. B. & M. and Fitchburg 61
11 Fri Worcester Mass. Fitchburg 42
12 Sat Athol Mass. Fitchburg 44
Sunday.
14 Mon Rutland Vt. Fitchburg and Rutland 126
15 Tue Burlington Vt. Rutland 67
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
16 Wed Montpelier Vt. Central Vermont 39
17 Thu St. Albans Vt. Central Vermont 56
18 Fri Sherbrooke Canada. Cent. Ver. & Can. Pac. 89
19 Sat St. Hyacinth Canada. Canadian Pacific 88
Sunday.
21 Mon Montreal Canada. Canadian Pacific 67
22 Tue Montreal Canada.
23 Wed Montreal Canada.
24 Thu Three Rivers Canada. Canadian Pacific 95
25 Fri Quebec Canada. Canadian Pacific 77
26 Sat Quebec Canada.
Sunday.
28 Mon Ottawa Canada. Canadian Pacific 268
29 Tue Ottawa Canada.
30 Wed Brockville Canada. Canadian Pacific 73

July.

1 Thu Kingston Canada. Grand Trunk 42
2 Fri Belleville Canada. Grand Trunk 55
3 Sat Peterboro Canada. Grand Trunk 65
Sunday.
5 Mon Toronto Canada. Grand Trunk 94
6 Tue Toronto Canada. Grand Trunk
7 Wed Barrie Canada. Grand Trunk 64
8 Thu Guelph Canada. Grand Trunk 80
9 Fri Stratford Canada. Grand Trunk 40
10 Sat London Canada. Grand Trunk 33
Sunday.
12 Mon Chatham Canada. Grand Trunk 64
13 Tue St. Thomas Canada. Grand Trunk 62
14 Wed Woodstock Canada. Grand Trunk 49
15 Thu Brantford Canada. Grand Trunk 26
16 Fri Hamilton Canada. Grand Trunk 26
17 Sat St. Catharines Canada. Grand Trunk 32
Sunday.
19 Mon Buffalo N. Y. G. T. and N. Y. Cent. 36
20 Tue Buffalo N. Y.
21 Wed Rochester N. Y. New York Central 69
22 Thu Syracuse N. Y. New York Central 80
23 Fri Watertown N. Y. R., W. & O. 73
24 Sat Utica N. Y. R., W. & O. 92
Sunday.
26 Mon Gloversville N. Y. N. Y. C. and F., J. & G. 61
27 Tue Troy N. Y. F., J. & G., N. Y. C. and Fitchburg 58
28 Wed Albany N. Y. Fitch. and D. & H. C. Co. 5
29 Thu Binghamton N. Y. D. & H. C. Co. 143
30 Fri Scranton Pa. D., L. & W. 62
31 Sat Wilkes-Barre Pa. Central of New Jersey. 18

August.

 
Sunday.
2 Mon Easton Pa. Central of New Jersey. 101
3 Tue Allentown Pa. Central of New Jersey. 17
4 Wed Reading Pa. Philadelphia & Read'g 36
5 Thu Harrisburg Pa. Philadelphia & Read'g 54
6 Fri Williamsport Pa. Pennsylvania 101
7 Sat Elmira N. Y. Pennsylvania 75
Sunday.
9 Mon Hornellsville N. Y. Erie 88
10 Tue Olean N. Y. Erie 64
11 Wed Jamestown N. Y. Erie 52
12 Thu Youngstown Ohio. Erie 125
13 Fri Pittsburg Pa. Pittsburgh & Western 72
14 Sat Pittsburg Pa.
Sunday.
16 Mon Cleveland Ohio. Cleveland & Pittsburgh 150
17 Tue Toledo Ohio. Lake Shore & Mich. S'n 113
18 Wed Lima Ohio. Cin., Hamil'n & Dayton 71
19 Thu Findlay Ohio. Lake Erie & Western 31
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
20 Fri Columbus Ohio. Toledo & Ohio Central 89
21 Sat Dayton Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. 69
Sunday.
23 Mon Cincinnati Ohio. Cin., Hamil'n & Dayton 56
24 Tue Cincinnati Ohio.
25 Wed Lexington Ky. Queen & Crescent 82
26 Thu Louisville Ky. Chesapeake & Ohio 94
27 Fri Indianapolis Ind. P., C., C. & St. L. 110
28 Sat Lafayette Ind. Lake Erie & Western 99
Sunday.
30 Mon Chicago Ill. Monon 119
31 Tue Chicago Ill.

September.

1 Wed Chicago Ill.
2 Thu Chicago Ill.
3 Fri Chicago Ill.
4 Sat Chicago Ill.
Sunday.
6 Mon Chicago Ill.
7 Tue Chicago Ill.
8 Wed Chicago Ill.
9 Thu Chicago Ill.
10 Fri Chicago Ill.
11 Sat Chicago Ill.
Sunday.
13 Mon Milwaukee Wis. Chic. & North-Western 85
14 Tue Janesville Wis. Chic. & North-Western 77
15 Wed Elgin Ill. Chic. & North-Western 62
16 Thu Rockford Ill. Chic. & North-Western 50
17 Fri Ottawa Ill. Chic., Burl'n & Quincy 117
18 Sat Joliet Ill. Chic., Rock Is'd & Pac. 44
Sunday.
20 Mon Peoria Ill. Chic., Rock Is'n & Pac. 121
21 Tue Bloomington Ill. Lake Erie & Western. 40
22 Wed Springfield Ill. Illinois Central 67
23 Thu Decatur Ill. Wabash 39
24 Fri Danville Ill. Wabash 73
25 Sat Terre Haute Ind. Big Four 56
Sunday.
27 Mon St. Louis Mo. Vandalia 168
28 Tue St. Louis Mo.
29 Wed St. Louis Mo.
30 Thu St. Louis Mo.

October.

1 Fri St. Louis Mo.
2 Sat St. Louis Mo.
Sunday
4 Mon Memphis Tenn. Illinois Central 312
5 Tue Paducah Ky. Illinois Central 167
6 Wed Union City Tenn. I. C. & M. O. 57
7 Thu Nashville Tenn. N. C. & St. L. 154
8 Fri Nashville Tenn.
9 Sat Chattanooga Tenn. N. C. & St. L. 151
Sunday.
11 Mon Knoxville Tenn. Southern 111
12 Tue Bristol Tenn. (1 show) Southern 131
13 Wed Lynchburg Va. Norfolk & Western 204
14 Thu Petersburg Va. Norfolk & Western 123
15 Fri Norfolk Va. Norfolk & Western 81
16 Sat Richmond Va. N. & W. and A. C. L. 104

"Home, Sweet Home."

Bridgeport Conn. R., F. & P. 116
Pennsylvania 228
N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
 

March.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
29 Tue Parade N. Y. C'y N. Y.
30 Wed Madison Sq're
Gar'n, N. Y. C.
N. Y.

April.

1 Fri New York City N. Y.
2 Sat New York City N. Y.
Sunday.
4 Mon New York City N. Y.
5 Tue New York City N. Y.
6 Wed New York City N. Y.
7 Thu New York City N. Y.
8 Fri New York City N. Y.
9 Sat New York City N. Y.
Sunday.
11 Mon New York City N. Y.
12 Tue New York City N. Y.
13 Wed New York City N. Y.
14 Thu New York City N. Y.
15 Fri New York City N. Y.
16 Sat New York City N. Y.
Sunday.
18 Mon New York City N. Y.
19 Tue New York City N. Y.
20 Wed New York City N. Y.
21 Thu New York City N. Y.
22 Fri New York City N. Y.
23 Sat New York City N. Y.
Sunday.
25 Mon Brooklyn N. Y. N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
26 Tue Brooklyn N. Y.
27 Wed Brooklyn N. Y.
28 Thu Brooklyn N. Y.
29 Fri Brooklyn N. Y.
30 Sat Brooklyn N. Y.

May.

Sunday.
2 Mon Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania 90
3 Tue Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania
4 Wed Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania
5 Thu Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania
6 Fri Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania
7 Sat Philadelphia Pa. Pennsylvania
Sunday.
9 Mon Washington D. C. Pennsylvania 137
10 Tue Washington D. C.
11 Wed Baltimore Md. Pennsylvania 43
12 Thu Baltimore Md.
13 Fri Wilmington Del. Pennsylvania 69
14 Sat Norristown Pa. Pennsylvania 43
Sunday.
16 Mon Trenton N. J. Pennsylvania 52
17 Tue Bridgeton N. J. Pennsylvania 71
18 Wed Camden N. J. Pennsylvania 38
19 Thu New Brunswick N. J. Pennsylvania 58
20 Fri Newark N. J. Pennsylvania 23
21 Sat Jersey City N. J. Pennsylvania 7
Sunday.
23 Mon Mount Vernon N. Y. N. Y., N. H. & H. 13
24 Tue Stamford Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 20
25 Wed Meriden Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 59
26 Thu Hartford Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 18
27 Fri Willimantic Conn. N. Y. & New England 31
28 Sat Providence R. I. N. Y. & New England 58
Sunday.
30 Mon Boston Mass. Old Colony 44
31 Tue Boston Mass.
 

June.

Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
1 Wed Boston Mass.
2 Thu Boston Mass.
3 Fri Boston Mass.
4 Sat Boston Mass.
Sunday.
6 Mon Newburyport Mass. Boston & Maine 37
7 Tue Gloucester Mass. Boston & Maine 32
8 Wed Lynn Mass. Boston & Maine 20
9 Thu Waltham Mass. B. & M. and Fitchburg 21
10 Fri Keene N. H. Fitchburg 82
11 Sat North Adams Mass. Fitchburg 135
Sunday.
13 Mon Troy N. Y. Fitchburg 48
14 Tue Albany N. Y. Delaware & Hudson 6
15 Wed Kingston N. Y. West Shore 53
16 Thu Newburgh N. Y. West Shore 32
17 Fri Paterson N. J. Erie 46
18 Sat Morristown N. J. D., L. & W. 27
Sunday.
20 Mon Danville Pa. D., L. & W. 183
21 Tue Shenandoah Pa. Pittsburg & Reading 66
22 Wed Lebanon Pa. Pittsburg & Reading 91
23 Thu Lancaster Pa. Pittsburg & Reading 70
24 Fri Carlisle Pa. Pittsburg & Reading 104
25 Sat Huntington Pa. Cent. Vt. And Pennsyl'a 125
Sunday.
27 Mon Altoona Pa. Pennsylvania 39
28 Tue Johnstown Pa. Pennsylvania 38
29 Wed Indiana Pa. Pennsylvania 44
30 Thu East Liberty Pa. Pennsylvania 69

July.

1 Fri McKeesport Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 15
2 Sat Uniontown Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 55
Sunday.
4 Mon Wheeling W. Va. Baltimore & Ohio 142
5 Tue Washington Pa. Baltimore & Ohio 33
6 Wed Butler Pa. B. & O. and P. & W. 78
7 Thu New Castle Pa. Pittsburgh & Western 46
8 Fri Oil City Pa. W. N. Y. & P. and L. S. 65
9 Sat Erie Pa. Lake Shore 128
Sunday.
11 Mon Ashtabula Ohio. Lake Shore 41
12 Tue Sandusky Ohio. Lake Shore 119
13 Wed Monroe Mich. Lake Shore 72
14 Thu Detroit Mich. Lake Shore 41
15 Fri Flint Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 74
16 Sat Saginaw Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 33
Sunday.
18 Mon Manistee Mich. Flint & Pere Marquette 146
19 Tue Traverse City Mich. Manistee & Northeastern 70
20 Wed Big Rapids Mich. Grand Rapids & Ind. 89
21 Thu Grand Rapids Mich. Grand Rapids & Ind. 56
22 Fri Kalamazoo Mich. Grand Rapids & Ind. 49
23 Sat South Bend Ind. Lake Shore 71
Sunday.
25 Mon Chicago Ill. Lake Shore 86
26 Tues Chicago Ill.
27 Wed Chicago Ill.
28 Thu Chicago Ill.
29 Fri Chicago Ill.
30 Sat Chicago Ill.
31 Sun Milwaukee Wis. Chic. & North-Western 85

August.

 
1 Mon Watertown Wis. Chicago & N.-W. 63
2 Tue Oshkosh Wis. Chicago & N.-W. 64
3 Wed Wausau Wis. Chicago & N.-W. 99
4 Thu Eau Claire Wis. Chicago & N.-W. 121
5 Fri Ashland Wis. Chicago & N.-W. 161
6 Sat Duluth Minn. Northern Pacific 76
Sunday.
8 Mon Minneapolis Minn. St. Paul & Duluth 160
9 Tue St. Paul Min. St. Paul & Duluth 28
10 Wed Red Wing Minn. Chic., Mil'kee & St. Paul 59
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
11 Thu LaCrosse Wis. Chic., Mil'kee & St. Paul 86
12 Fri Dubuque Iowa. Chic., Mil'kee & St. Paul 121
13 Sat Clinton Iowa. Chic., Mil'kee & St. Paul 60
Sunday.
15 Mon Davenport Iowa. B., C. R. & N. 77
16 Tue Kewanee Ill. Chic., Bur'ng'n & Qu'cy. 89
17 Wed Burlington Iowa. Chic., Bur'ng'n & Qu'cy. 75
18 Thu Keokuk Iowa. St. L., K. & N. W. 43
19 Fri Jacksonville Ill. Wabash 93
20 Sat Hannibal Mo. Wabash 67
Sunday.
22 Mon Chillicothe Mo. Hannibal & St. Joseph 130
23 Tue St. Joseph Mo. Hannibal & St. Joseph 77
24 Wed Red Oak Iowa. H. St. J. and C, B. & Q. 116
25 Thu Creston Iowa. Chic., Bur'ng'n & Qu'cy. 51
26 Fri Ottumwa Iowa. Chic., Bur'ng'n & Qu'cy. 115
27 Sat Des Moines Iowa. Chic., Rock Is. & Pacific 87
Sunday.
29 Mon Atlantic Iowa. Chic., Rock Is. & Pacific 82
30 Tue Omaha Neb. C., R. I. & P. and U. P. 62
31 Wed Omaha Neb.

September.

1 Thu Lincoln Neb. Burling. & Miss'ri River 55
2 Fri Grand Island Neb. Burling. & Miss'ri River 92
3 Sat North Platte Neb. Union Pacific 138
Sunday.
5 Mon Cheyenne Wyo Union Pacific 225
6 Tue Denver Colo Union Pacific 107
7 Wed Denver Colo
8 Thu Colorado Sp'gs Colo Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 74
9 Fri Pueblo Colo Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 43
10 Sat Trinidad Colo Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 144
Sunday.
12 Mon Hutchinson Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 418
13 Tue Wichita Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 61
14 Wed Winfield Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 39
15 Thu Independence Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 81
16 Fri Ottawa Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 108
17 Sat Emporia Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 56
Sunday.
19 Mon Topeka Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 62
20 Tue Atchison Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 50
21 Wed Leavenworth Kan. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 32
22 Thu Kansas City Mo. Atch., Top. & Santa Fe 39
23 Fri Sedalia Mo. Missouri Pacific 95
24 Sat Nevada Mo. Missouri Pacific 130
Sunday.
26 Mon Joplin Mo. Missouri Pacific 64
27 Tue Aurora Mo. St. Louis & San Fran. 63
28 Wed Fayetteville Ark. St. Louis & San Fran. 84
29 Thu Ft. Smith Ark. St. Louis & San Fran. 62
30 Fri Russellville Ark. Iron Mountain 89

October.

1 Sat Little Rock Ark. Iron Mountain 76
Sunday.
3 Mon Newport Ark. Iron Mountain 83
4 Tue Poplar Bluff Mo. Iron Mountain 96
5 Wed Cairo Ill. Iron Mountain 74
6 Thu Carmi Ill. C., C., C. & St. L. 103
7 Fri Vincennes Ind. C., C., C. & St. L. 57
8 Sat Evansville Ind. E., T. H. & St. L. 52
Sunday.
10 Mon New Albany Ind. L., E. & St. L. 116
11 Tue Frankfort Ind. Louisville & Nashville 66
12 Wed Covington Ky. Louisville & Nashville 120
13 Thu Maysville Ky. Chicago & Ohio 40
14 Fri Huntington W. Va. Chicago & Ohio 102
15 Sat Charleston W. Va. Chicago & Ohio 50

"Home, Sweet Home."

Bridgeport Conn Chicago & Ohio 369
Pennsylvania 228
N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
 
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
Mar. 29th to April 15, New York City N. Y. N. Y., N. H. & H. 56

April.

Sunday.
17 Mon Baltimore Md. Pennsylvania 186
18 Tue Baltimore Md.
19 Wed Washington D. C. Pennsylvania 43
20 Thu Washington D. C.
21 Fri Richmond Va. Penna. and R. F. & P. 116
22 Sat Staunton Va. C. & O. 136
Sunday.
24 Mon Lynchburg Va. C. & O. 141
25 Tue Roanoke Va. N. & W. 53
26 Wed Bluefield W. Va. N. & W. 107
27 Thu Briston Tenn. N. & W. 169
28 Fri Knoxville Tenn. Southern 135
29 Sat Chattanooga Tenn. Southern 111
Sunday.

May.

1 Mon Nashville Tenn. N. C. & St. L. 151
2 Tue Bowling Green Ky. L. & N. 72
3 Wed Louisville Ky. L. & N. 114
4 Thu Madison Ind. P. C. & St. L. 110
5 Fri Indianapolis Ind. P. C. & St. L. 86
6 Sat Richmond Ind. P. C. & St. L. 68
Sunday.
8 Mon Cincinnati Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. and C., H. & D. 74
9 Tue Cincinnati Ohio.
10 Wed Dayton Ohio. C., H. & D. 59
11 Thu Springfield Ohio. C., C., C. & St. L. 24
12 Fri Columbus Ohio. C., C., C. & St. L. 45
13 Sat Newark Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. 33
Sunday.
15 Mon Pittsburg Pa. P., C., C. & St. L. 165
16 Tue Pittsburg Pa.
17 Wed Tyrone Pa. Pennsylvania 132
18 Thu Williamsport Pa. Pennsylvania 79
19 Fri Wilkes-Barre Pa. Pennsylvania 103
20 Sat Towanda Pa. Lehigh Valley 78
Sunday.
22 Mon Scranton Pa. L. V. and C. of N. J. 96
23 Tue Easton Pa. C. of N. J. 119
24 Wed Allentown Pa. C. of N. J. 17
25 Thu Pottsville Pa. P. & R. 71
26 Fri Reading Pa. P. & R. 35
27 Sat Chester Pa. P. & R. 68
Sunday.
29 Mon Philadelphia Pa. P. & R. 12
30 Tue Philadelphia Pa.
31 Wed Philadelphia Pa.

June.

 
1 Thu Philadelphia Pa. P. & R.
2 Fri Philadelphia Pa.
3 Sat Philadelphia Pa.
Sunday.
5 Mon Long Branch N. J. Pennsylvania 94
6 Tue Elizabeth N. J. Pennsylvania 35
7 Wed Yonkers N. Y. Penna. And N. Y. C. 35
8 Thu Poughkeepsie N. Y. N. Y. C. 58
9 Fri Winsted Conn. C. N. E. 80
10 Sat Hartford Conn. C. N. E. 35
Sunday.
12 Mon Boston Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. and B. & A. 131
13 Tues Boston Mass.
14 Wed Boston Mass.
15 Thu Boston Mass.
16 Fri Boston Mass.
17 Sat Boston Mass.
Sunday.
19 Mon Brockton Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. 20
20 Tue New Bedford Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. 31
21 Wed Newport R. I. N. Y., N. H. & H. 41
22 Thu Fall River Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. 18
23 Fri New London Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 84
24 Sat Willimantic Conn. C. Vt. 30
Sunday.
26 Mon Bridgeport Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 72
27 Tue Waterbury Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 32
28 Wed New Haven Conn. N. Y., N. H. & H. 30
29 Thu Holyoke Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. and B. & M. 62
30 Fri Springfield Mass. B. & M. 8

July.

1 Sat Worcester Mass. B. & A. 55
Sunday.
3 Mon Salem Mass. B. & A. and B. & M. 60
4 Tue Lawrence Mass. B. & M. 24
5 Wed Haverhill Mass. B. & M. 7
6 Thu Dover N. H. B. &. M. 35
7 Fri Concord N. H. B. & M. 61
8 Sat Manchester N. H. B. & M. 18
Sunday.
10 Mon Lowell Mass. B. & M. 31
11 Tue Fitchburg Mass. N. Y., N. H. & H. 66
12 Wed Greenfield Mass. Fitchburg 55
13 Thu Saratoga N. Y. Fitchburg and D. & H. C. 101
14 Fri Schenectady N. Y. D. & H. 22
15 Sat Utica N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. 78
Sunday.
17 Mon Syracuse N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. 41
18 Tue Binghamton N. Y. D., L. & W. 79
19 Wed Elmira N. Y. D., L. & W. 57
20 Thu Rochester N. Y. Erie 112
21 Fri Buffalo N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. 67
22 Sat Buffalo N. Y.
Sunday.
24 Mon Cleveland Ohio. L. S. 183
25 Tue Akron Ohio. C., T. & V. 35
26 Wed Canton Ohio. C., T. & V. 14
27 Thu Youngstown Ohio. Pennsylvania 55
28 Fri Beaver Falls Pa. Pennsylvania 35
29 Sat Steubenville Ohio. Pennsylvania 50
Sunday.
31 Mon Coshocton Ohio. Pennsylvania 81

August.

 
1 Tue Mansfield Ohio. Pennsylvania 78
2 Wed Up'r Sandusky Ohio. Pennsylvania 43
3 Thu Lima Ohio. Pennsylvania 44
4 Fri Muncie Ind. L. E. & W. 85
5 Sat Ft. Wayne Ind. L. E. & W. 65
Sunday.
7 Mon Hillsdale Mich. Lake Shore 71
8 Tue Jackson Mich. Lake Shore 26
9 Wed Lansing Mich. Michigan Central 36
10 Thu Bay City Mich. Michigan Central 79
11 Fri Port Huron Mich. F. & P. M. 102
12 Sat Detroit Mich. G. T. 58
Sunday.
14 Mon Toledo Ohio. Michigan Central 60
15 Tue Defiance Ohio. Wabash 51
16 Wed Peru Ind. Wabash 100
17 Thu Lafayette Ind. Wabash 52
18 Fri Bloomington Ill. L. E. & W. 116
19 Sat Peoria Ill. L. E. & W. 40
Date. Place. State. Railroad. Mls.
Sunday.
21 Mon Chicago Ill. C., R. I. & P. 161
22 Tue Chicago Ill.
23 Wed Chicago Ill.
24 Thu Chicago Ill.
25 Fri Chicago Ill.
26 Sat Chicago Ill.
27 Sun Chicago Ill.
28 Mon Milwaukee Wis. C. & N. W. 85
29 Tue Fond du Lac Wis. C. & N. W. 63
30 Wed Madison Wis. C. & N. W. 89
31 Thu Winona Minn. C. & N. W. 159

September.

1 Fri Rochester Minn. C. & N. W. 50
2 Sat Mankato Minn. C. & N. W. 84
Sunday.
4 Mon Watertown S. D. C. & N. W. 187
5 Tue Huron S. D. C. & N. W. 120
6 Wed Aberdeen S. D. C. & N. W. 91
7 Thu Ortonville Minn. C., M. & St. P. 109
8 Fri Fargo N. D. C., M. & St. P. 118
9 Sat Fergus Falls Minn. Northern Pacific 140
Sunday.
11 Mon St. Cloud Minn. Northern Pacific 136
12 Tue Marshall Minn. Great Northern 119
13 Wed Yankton S. D. Great Northern 146
14 Thu Mitchell S. D. C., St. P., M. & O. 108
15 Fri Sioux Falls S. D. C., St. P., M. & O. 70
16 Sat Sioux City Iowa. C., St. P., M. & O. 146
Sunday.
18 Mon Omaha Neb. C., St. P., M. & O. 124
19 Tue Jefferson Iowa. C. & N. W. 123
20 Wed Webster City Iowa. C. & N. W. 70
21 Thu Algona Iowa. C. & N. W. 48
22 Fri Marshalltown Iowa. C. & N. W. 113
23 Sat Mason City Iowa. Iowa Central 88
Sunday.
25 Mon Austin Minn. C., M. & St. P. 40
26 Tue Cresco Iowa C., M. & St. P. 50
27 Wed Monticello Iowa C., M. & St. P. 115
28 Thu Cedar Rapids Iowa C., M. & St. P. 32
29 Fri Centerville Iowa C., M. & St. P. and I. C. 126
30 Sat Kirksville Mo. K. & W. and Wabash 45

October.

Sunday.
2 Mon St. Louis Mo. Wabash 205
3 Tue St. Louis Mo.
4 Wed St. Louis Mo.
5 Thu St. Louis Mo.
6 Fri St. Louis Mo.
7 Sat St. Louis Mo.
Sunday.
9 Mon Springfield Ill. St. L., P. & N. 101
10 Tue Decatur Ill. Wabash 39
11 Wed Terre Haute Ill. Vandalia 95
12 Thu Shelbyville Ind. Big 4 79
13 Fri Hamilton Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. 94
14 Sat Urbana Ohio. P., C., C. & St. L. 116

"Home, Sweet Home."

Bridgeport Conn. Pennsylvania 683
N. Y., N. H. & H. 56
 

Summary.

1895. 1896. 1897. 1898. 1899.
Distance traveled, miles, 8,980 10,787 8,041 10,253 11,111
Railroads used, 34 42 41 40 40
Length of season, days, 195 190 189 200 200
Number of stands, 131 132 104 133 132
Number of performances, 321 332 320 345 341
Lost Performances, 3 5 6 12 7
   

Magor. J. M. Burke

101 East Fourteenth

Mgr. Buffalo Bills Wild West

 

Title: Route Book Buffalo Bill's Wild West Season 1899

Publisher: Cody & Salsbury

Source: McCracken Research Library, MS6.1935

Date: 1899

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

Compiler:: George H. Gooch

Printer:: The Matthews-Northrup Co.

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