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IT WAS A CAPITAL GAME.
THE WASHINGTONS DOWN TIIK NEAV.
ARKS IN IlEAI.r.Y FINK STYIiK.
Tho Attomlnnco, Howovor, Wns Siniill
Good Prospects of a Potomac Nuvy
Courtney Conchlng tho Columbian
General Sporting: Noivs of tho "Wcolc.
About threo hundred peoplo sat on tho
'benches at Capitol Park yesterday afternoon
and watched a rather Interesting and enjoyable
, game of ball, which resulted In a creditable
victory for tho homo team through their excel
lent base-running, timely hitting, and above all
their judicious sacrificing when men were on
tho bases. There were 6cven of these hits mado
yesterday and all of them helped materially to
make tho seven runs that tho Washingtons
.secured. It was unquestionably tho best exhi
bition of all-around playing tho team has given
this year. Tho game was long drawn out and at
times dragged. The Washingtons presented
Phillips and Kiddle as their battery
and the good old-relinblo stand-by's
played an exceptionally strong game,
despite tho poor judgment of Umpire
Kelly in calling as balls what should have been
.strikes. Phillips was at times hit hard, es
pecially in the Hfth Inning, when tho Nowarks
made three three-baggers and a single. Gleason
played a good game at short, and captured
-everything knocked his way, ouo of his quick
returns to Riddle at tho homo baso to catch
Childs bcinfc masterly. Jordan played a good
game in left Held. Badcr made a beautiful
throw in from centre field and caught Mansell
at home plate, while Bird made two beautiful
catches in right that saved the homo team from
defeat. Hill batted well, while tho base-running
of Bader was the most marvelous exhibi
tion ever given in this city, he securing live
clean and long-sliding 'steals during the con
test. Tho Newarks played a strong game, their
batting being the leading feature. Smith at
short played a splendid game, accepting all tho
chances sent his way.
Tho score in detail Is as
Vashtngtoris. k 3 -
Badercf. 3 11
Gleason ss 2 2 4
"Whistler lb.... 0 1 9
Bird rf. 0 2 r.
1 3 2
O tl J
1 2 14 1 1
Childs c 0
Mansell cf 0
H1113b 0 1
"Wcntzib 0 1
Blddle c 1 0
Phillips l 0 0
Smith ss 1
Dooms rf 0 10 0
Miller p 0 0 12
Totals 7 927 12 2lTotals 0 12 27 20 3
"Washingtons 20103100 07
Newarks 10112000 03
Runs earned "Washingtons, 4; Newarks, 3. Tno
base hit Hill. Three-base hit Johnson, Kiflds,
Childs, Dooms. Double play Smith, JIcDermott, and
Fields. Bases on balls By Phillips, 2; by Miller, D.
Bases given for hitting batter By Miller. Struck
out By Miller, 2. Passed balls Childs, 2. "Wild
pitch Phillips. Time of game 2 hours. Umpire
Kelly. Sacriiice hits Bird, Bader, Gleason, "Whistler,
2; Riddle, Phillips, McDermott. Stolen baes Bader,
0; Gleason, Jordan, Hill, McDermott, Mansell.
Baltimore, June 12. Anderson was put In
the box to pitch against Baltimore to-day, and
was pounded for sixteen hits, one of which was
a home run by Werrick, two three-baggers, and
another a two-base hit. Baker was also hit
hard, especially by Anderson, who was at tho
bat five times, each time securing a hit and
bringing in most of the runs for Wilmington.
Attendance, 900. Score:
Baltimorcs 4 1000050 114
Wilmingtons 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 17
Baso hits Baltimore?. 10; "Wilmingtons, 11.
Errors Unltimorefl, &; Wilmingtons, 0. Earned
runs Uultimorcs, 7; Wilmingtons, 3. Batteries
IJaKer and Townsend; Anderson and Corcoran.
Two-baso hit Townsend. Three-baso hits
Power. Muck. Homo run AVerrick. Double
play Iiynoh and Anderson. Stolen bases
J. O'llourhe, 2; Kcay. Mnclc, !); Sommers, Long,
a. Struck out By Baker, 3; by Anderson, 4.
First-baso on balls Off Baker, fi; off Anderson,. 1.
Passed bulls Townsend. Hit by pitched boll
Long. Time l:5."i. Umpire Valentine.
Hartford, July 12. Outside of tho first in
ning to-day the game was well played. In this
inning the homo team, especially O'Connell,
played with buttered fingers. Moore was hurt
in the third Inning, and this necessitated mauy
changes, Sutton sending O'Connell to first,
whero ho managed to hold tho balls. Tho bat
ting was about even, but Now Haven secured a
lead in tho first inning, which took tho life of
tho team's pitcher, as well as the players.
Hartrords 2 0001000 0-3
New Havens 7 0 2 0 10 0 1 x 11
Baso hits Hnrtfords, 10; Now Havons, 10. Er
rors Hartrords. fi; New Havens. 3. Earned
runs Hurtfords, 2: New Havens, 3. Two-baso
hits Tholficn. 2; Doyle, Long. Stolen bases
Sutton, 2; MoKee, 1'cttce, linng, 2. First-bnso on
balls Stalllngs, Sutton, Walsh, Moore. Kidd,
Lynch. 2. First-baso on errors Hnrtlorda, ?:
New Havens, 2. Hit by pitched ball Lynch.
Struck out Kidd. 2; Walsh. Passed balls
Mooro, 1; Thelscn. 1: Cahill, 1. Wild pitch
Kidd. Double play Sutton, (alone.) Time
1:40. Umpire Hunt. Attendance 000. Batter
ies Kidd, Moore, and Tholsen; Hornor and Ca
.liill. NATIONAL I.KAGUi:.
Now Yorks, IS; Pittsburgs, 1.
Philadelphia?, 15; Clevelauds, 4.
Chtcagos, 3; Bostons, 2.
Brooklyns, 7; Cincinnatls, 1.
Brooklyns, 23; BulTalos. 10.
New Yorks, 5; Chlcagos, 8,
Bostons, 15; Pittsburgs, 3.
Phlladolphlas, 0; Clovelands, 3.
houisvllles, S; Athletics, -1,
St. Louis, 12: Syracuses. 4. '
ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION RECORD,
"Now Havens 45 10
Baltimorcs 48 18
Nowarks no 8
Washingtons a:i ;w
Worcesters ho 20
Jersey Citys 20 38
Wilmingtons 18 43
Hartfords , lu 45
Tho attendaneo at tho games yesterday In
League contests was as follows: Brooklyn,
0,000; Boston, 5,327; Philadelphia, 4,334; Now
York, C03. Total, 10,204. At tho Brotherhood
games It was Philadelphia, 2,508; Boston,
3,150; Brooklyn, 000; New York, 804, a total
of 5,508. This 6hows an excess of 10,000 flfty
cont pieces in favor of tho Loaguo. Tho
Brotherhood is going to tho wall.
Frederick, Md., July 12. In tho suit
brought by tho authorities of Anno Arundel
County to provent further huso-ball games ou
..Sundays couosel occupied the day with
arguments. Tho judgo took tho papers, and
said that ho would glvo a decision on Tuesday
next. Tho question hinges upon tho judicial
Interpretation of tho words "work" and "busi
ness." Tho Sabbath Observance Society Is aid
ing tho county officers. To play ballon Sun
day is worth to tho Baltimore club thus far
fully $.2,000 a gamo. Manager Bamle says that
snould tho decision of tho justice bo adverse to
"my boys," an appeal will not bo taken, al
though such a result of tho present trial would
bo regarded by his peoplo as Httlo short of out
rage. Tho Washington assigueo received n notice
yesterday from Messrs. C. C. Colo and Edwin
Sutherland, representing M. B. Scanlou and
other creditors and stockholders of tho club,
in which they state that tho assignment is void,
and if ho disposes of any of tho property ho
does so at his risk. President Ilewett said tho
notice was all rot. "If these parties were so
oager to sccuro something now why didn't
they help us out when money was needed ? Tho
assigueo will go ahead and pay no attention to
tho notice," said Mr. Ilewett.
Tho Washington Stars have organized with
tho following players: Earner and Gilroy,
catchers; O'Brine and E. Macknay, pitchers;
Davis, lb.; White, 2b.; Williamson, 3b.; J.
Macknay, s.s.; Henderson, l.f.; Kelley, cf.;
Donnelly, r.f.; Perkins, sub. Address all chal
lenges to Thomas Davis, captain, 2313 1 street
northwest. Tho Stars would llko to hear from
all clubs whoso players are not over sixteen
years of age.
The Abbotts defeated tho Whistlers, the
champions of tho Northwest, on Friday by a
score "of 10 to 10. Tho features of tho game
were tho pitching of Coulee, of tho Abbotts;
tho batting of Hamaker, O'Donnell, and Con
lee, and tho fielding of O'Donnell and Fergu
son. Tho Abbotts aro desirous of playing
clubs of seventeen and under. Address F. A.
Armstrong, 1253 Eighth street northwest.
Mr. Coleman, assignee of tho Washingtons,
yesterday released Nicholas. Nicholas was un
questionably one of the best men on tho team,
and it seems odd for tho club to travel without
an extra catcher. Nicholas yesterday de
manded $185 back salary, but Treasurer Burket
denied that anything llko that sum was duo
Jerry O'Brien has been released. When ho
was paid off he discovered that there wasn't as
much monoy coming to him as he expected, so,
bracing his nerve with a little firewater, ho
went in search of Assignee Coleman to "do
him up." Luckily for Jerry, he did'nt find Mr.
Chicago, July 12. The Chicago Tribune
says that tho mission of President Spalding, who
is now in Now York, is to buy the franchise of
tho New York League club from Mr. Day, and
that no ono need be surprised to see him as
sume control of the New York club In the near
The Washingtons leave to-day for a two
weeks' trip abroad. They will play the follow
ing games this week: Tuesday and Wednesday,
Hartfords; Thursday aud Friday, Worcesters;
Saturday, New Havens. They will return home
on the 2Sth, and will then meet the Baltimores.
Tho International League, which embraces
clubs both in tho Dominion of Canada and the
United States, walked tho plank last week. The
dissolution of this club throws on tho market
some splendid young material.
The League teams aro commencing to double
tho Brotherhood in point of attendance, though
that isn't saying much for the crowds at any of
eames. They are not half as large as they were
Doran, tho pitcher of tho Now Havens, struck
out fourteen of tho Worcesters in a gamo last
week. He Is a jim dandy.
Bird Is doing some very strong batting at this
time. In fact, ho seems to bo tho most reliable
hitter on tho team.
Wilmiugton Is playing splendid ball just at
this time. "Tho Blue Hens" may yet catch up
with tho Senators.
The Jersey City people say thero is no fear of
their club disbanding, and that they will play
the schedule out.
President Young, of tho League, Is sanguine
that every club composing their circuit will fin
ish tho season.
Kidd, tho new pitcher of tho Hartfords, occu
pied a similar position with the Wesleyan Col
Tho Leaguo officials deny emphatically that
they are eager to make terms.
Tho gamo Thursday against the Wilmingtons
was of tho chumplest kind.
Wentz, of tho Washingtons, loses his head at
critical points in tho game.
Kinslow, of this city, is a star catcher of the
Who will be tho first to succumb in the
Extra men aro being unloaded by tho clubs.
There is trembling along tho lines.
ATHLETICS AND ROWING.
Tho refusal of tho Columbia Athletics to join
forces with tho Aualostan and Potomac clubs
for tho purpose of arranging for a joint Poto
mac Kiver regatta has not dampened the ardor
of tho other organizations. They aro fully de
termined to go ahead and make tho affair a
success. To that end a meeting will bo held
tho early part of tho present week and tho de
tails mapped out. Tho idea, as advanced by
one of tho Analostans, is as follows: "Tho
committee to bo vested with full power from
their respective organizations to arrango all
details, to organize themselves into a Potomac
Navy, elect a commodoro, who shall hold tho
office for ono year or until his successor is
chosen, and thereby placo tho clubs of the
river on a firm foundation for futuro as well as
the present regatta. Tho clubs that will com
poeo this navy will bo the Analostans and Po
tomacs for tho present, with a prospect of tho
Old Dominions, of Alexandria, also joining.
When tho navy is thus formed everything elso
will bo plain sailing, as tho expeuses of ro
gattas, etc., will bo a trilling consideration."
A prominent Potomac man laughed at tho
article in tho Post, statlug that owing to tho
f1".! 11. . .lit ii ilnnll(n tn ..SI? 11.. 1 .. 11. P . -.
no regatta. "Ihero will bo a regatta," ho said,
"aud it will bo an invitation affair, with such
crews in as tho Tritons and Passalcs, of Now
vuiuwuiim "i-w"njiS m uiiiiiiuu mere wouiu ue
Islands, Bradfords, of Massachusetts; Ariels
and Noptunes, of Baltimore; whllo Psotta, the
American champlou, and a great admirer of
the Potomac Club, will make his first American
j.uiu, .iiiuiuiHUB aim inow ion; Athletics, Ves
pers, Ionas, and Peunsylvanias, of Schuylkill
Navy; l1 airinountri. of PhilndMnbin? KtntAn
appearance In two years." It is said that
enough money has already been donated or
promised to cover all expenses of tho regatta.
Tho board of governors of tho Columbia Ath
letic Club on Wednesday evening voted not to
affiliate with tho Analostans and Potomacs this
season for tho purpose of holding a joint re
gatta. The reason given for this action Is that
the club desires to devoto all its energy toward
making tho fall meeting of tho Amateur Ath
letic Union in September a success. Niue
tcnths of tho members nro In favor of a regatta,
but the governors, believing tho best interest of
the club would bo served by making a success
of the A. A. U. affair, concluded to act as they
did. The resolution adopted two years ago,
which precludes them from engaging in any
joint affair with the other clubs on tho river,
still holds good, having never been repealed.
Phil Brown, of tho Columblas, received ou
Friday by express a package from Carlisle, Pa.,
containing prizes won by him at the fall meet
lug there. The prizes were held until now
awaiting tho question of entries, Brown's entry
being protested by ouo of tho competitors. Tho
prizes consisted of two handsome gold medals
and a cup. Tho cup stands fourteen Inches In
height, Is massive in design, and represents a
bicyclist mounted ou a wneel, ready to take a
6tart against time, tho baso being a fac-similo
of a tan-bark track. Tho cup is one of Bailey,
Banks & Blddlo's best.
The Potomac lUvcr regatta ought to bo held
for tho purpose of gaining possession of the
Post aud Star cups, now held by the Passaic
Club, which was won by them hero in 188S. It
Is not treating tho donors fairly to allow them
to remain dead for so long. It would bo a good
idea to make ouo of tho cups a trophy ou the
eight-oared race instead of leaving both to go
with the four-oared shell race.
This office is in receipt of mtho circular issued
for the National Kegatta of "Amateur Oarsmen,
at Worcester, on August 13 and 14. The races
that aro to be rowed will bo junior and senior
sculls, junior aud senior fours, pair-oar shells,
double sculls, eight-oared shells, and an extra
race for senior scullers of a dash of one-fourth
of a inllo for a trophy presented by Mr. St.
John, of St. Louis.
The Columbia Athletics have secured tho ser
vices of Charles E. Courtney, tho famous sculler
of Union Springs, to coach them for tho Na
tional regatta at Worcester, Mass., In August,
aud the Staten Island regatta in September.
The outlay for this noted coach's services is un
derstood to be at tho rate of ten dollars a day
and expenses, which in a mouth will foot up to
Psotta, the American champion, lost his head
in tho race for tho Diamond Sculls at Henley
simply because ho mado himself too free with
his antagonist. Kenuadey, his opponent, slipped
his oarlock just after starting, and Psotta, who
was leading, stopped aud helped Keunadey to
fix it. Keunadey then stole a lead and held it
to the end.
Courtney is infusing plenty of life into tho
Columbia boys, for they sent out crows on
Friday as thick as bees. Thero is nothing that
instils activity in a rowing organization so
quickly as the engagement of a professional
It Is said tho Columblas will keep their eight
in training and will enter them at the Staten
Island regatta. It will cost as much to send
an eight to Staten Island as the Columblas'
share would bo in a joint regatta here.
What's the matter with the Potomacs and
Analostans holding a joint regatta ? Tho one
they held several years ago was tho finest that
ever took place in this locality, aud they could
easily repeat It.
What a flue thing it would bo to affix the title
of commodore to the name of President Mad
dox, of tho Analostans. Commodore Maddox
well, it does sound rather nautical aud high
toned. The Analostans aro devoting a lot of time to
pleasure rowing, and if tho clubs decide to hold
a regatta a number of their members will im
mediately commence to train for tho event.
The membership roll of tho Potomac Athletic
Club is increasing very rapidly, and the now ma
terial is selected from among the best people of
"Why is Phil Brown not training for tho fall
meeting ?" is tho question often asked on Aua
lostan Island. He certainly ought to bo at
Crist, tho speedy bicyclist of tho Columbia
Athletics, has commenced to train for tho Ath
letic Union meeting here in September.
Barber, of tho Columblas, is training for tho
bicylo races hero in September, It is probable
that ho will ride tandem with Crist.
Sam Kiug and "Tubby" Dickinson, of the
Columbia Athletics, took part in the games yes
terday at Wilmington, Del.
Judge Dyreuforth, of tho Potomacs, would
make an excellent choicaf or vice commodore of
the Potomac Navj.
It is probable that tho Potomacs will send
their 6enior four oared crew to tho National
lluuingr in England.
London, July 12. This was tho last day of
tho Sundown Park Club's second summer meet
ing. Tho National Breeders Produce stakes,
five furlongs, wero won by Gordon's Tittle Tat
tle, J. G. Balrd; Hay's Floddenfleld seeoud. Tho
Surblton handicap, distance five furlongs, was
won by Mr. II. T. Fenwick's Daydawn; Mr. II.
T. Barclay's Scotch Earl was second.
Cuoil Iliiclng at Monmouth 1'iirlc,
Monmouth Park, July 12. Tho weather
was delightful, aud tho racing was good
enough to satisfy any of tho cranks. Tho
finish for the fourth raco was tho best seen at
tho meeting, with Eurus, Stockton, Cynosure,
and Castaway II finishing heads apart. Tho
boy on Cynosure claiaiod a foul against Eurus,
but it was not allowed.
First race Six furlongs. Blue Kock won,
Madstono second, Stately third. Time. 1:14.
second race oix iunomri
rueu oi.v lunougS.
ui. . ' i ,. , -
Nellie Bly second, Beckon third.
rime, l :14.
Third raco ij mllus.
Beauty second, Westchester third. Time, 1:03.
blxtu raco Six furlongs. Bradford won,
Arab second, Baymond third. Timo, 1:14.
Seventh race Seven furlongs. Niagara won,
Paragon second, Brussels third, Time, 1:29.
Eighth race-Fivo furlongs. Hands Off won,
Adventuress second. Time, 1:01,
Salvator, ( walk over.)
race 14 miles. Eurus won. Stockton
, Cynosure third. Time. 2:0S.
raco Five furloncs. Flavllln won.
Kntrlos for Monilny'n Uncos.
Nnw York, July 12. Following aro tho
entries for tho races to bo run at Brighton Bench
on Monday: First race Seven furlongs, sell
ing; for maidens. Hardwork, 113; Australand,
Wahta Wah gelding, Duko of Leinster, 107;
Vera, 102; Zabel, 102; Estolka, 105; Teddy
Foley, 104; llemct, OS; Emoll filly, 90; For
eigner, 05; Sam Love, Violeto gelding,
Tappahannock, 92; Rosemontc, 87;
Second race Ono mtlo. Signature, Kanes
vllle, Shakespeare, 100; Benefit, Harrison, Vol
lct, Kolden, Franco, Houston, Garrison, 100;
Thu Abbess, Bcssio K., Gratitude, 101. Third
race Three-quarters of a mile. Lepanto, Ec
cola colt, Lowlander, 118; Early Blossom, 122;
Dahlman, 110; Coutcssa filly, 115; Rosallno
iiuy, nannaii, x,aiiy uiasgow liny, 113; Hlna-
fJomlnfmn 107. 'E'nlnr.,, 101. lt.titnln 1M.
mond, Elevc, Ballston, 114; Ovid, Phconix, 109;
Middlestone, 99: Urbauua, 94. Fifth raco lj
miles; selling. Montaferke, 114; Elcvc, 110;
The Bourbon 109; Rapine, 107; Troy, Bonza,
Ernest, 99; Koward, 98; Darling, 92; Middle
stone, 80. Sixth raco Handicap; 14 miles
over six hurdles. Wldslow, 157;Bassanlo, 158;
Echo, 100; Linguist, 155; Jim Murphy, 150; Pat
Oakley, 143; Dochart, 138; Delaware, 140; Tar
quin, 137; Tho Bourbon, 131; Rover, 130.
Siilo of rtolinont Yearlings.
Monmoutu Park, July 12. Tho announce
ment that tho Woodburn yearlings and ten
yearling fillies from Mr. Belmont's nursery stud
wero tc be sold on the paddock at Monmouth
Park to-day drew a largo crowd of horsemen
and visitors to the track. Tho brother of Trou
bador caused much competition, Green B. Mor
ris finally securing him for $10,100. Thoso
bringing over $000 were: Woodburn colts
Brown colt, by Falsetto, out of Jamaica, J. and
A. II. Morris, $5,500; bay colt, by Lisbon, out
of Glenlinnc, Green Morris, $10,100: bay colt,
by Falsetto, out of Semper Vive, W. Lakeland,
$1,100; bay colt, by King Alfonso, out of imp.
Flora McDonald, Green Morris, '$1,900; black
colt, by Powhatan, out of Cachuca, Dwyer
Bros., $5,000; bay colt, by Falsetto, out
of Addle G., F. D. Warburton, $700;
bay or brown colt, by Falsetto, out
of Macal, John Hunter, $3,350; chestnut
colt, by King Alfonso, out of Helpmate, S. B.
Baldwin, $1,000; bay colt, by Powhattan, out of
Amabel, E. Bailey, $1,050; bay colt, by Fal
setto, out of Patrimony, B. McClelland, $1,500;
bay colt, by Powhattan, out of Quick Match, E.
Ralley, $1,850; chestnut colt, by Falsetto, out
of Galanthie, Capt. S. S. Brown, $1,000; chest
nut colt, by King Alfonso, out of Girofla, T. B.
Baldwin, $1,000. Woodburn fillies Chestnut
filly, by Falsetto, out of Jersey Lass, John
Hunter, $1,150; Aala Lala, bay fill', by imp.
St. Blaise, out of Lucette, Col. L. Broadhead,
S700; blazo bay filly, by imp. St. Blaize, out of
Zeltic, Capt. William Connor, $725; chestnut
filly, by Falsetto, out of Guitar, W. Hcndrie,
$950; brown filly, by Falsetto, out of Barbicho,
E. Ralley, $750; bay filly, by Falsetto, out
of Vulpine, Capt. Wm. Connor, $1,050; chest
nut filly, by King Alfonso, out of India, E.
Ralley. $025; bay colt. Barefoot, by Longfellow,
out of Bluestocking, J. II. and A. II. Morris,
$1,800. Belmont's fillies Arnica, bay filly, by
Sam Brown, outof Belladonna, L. J. Rose, $050;
Carmine, chestnut filly, by imp. Ill-Used, out
of Carmen, C. Carnehlsen, $725; Coruna, chest
nut filly, by Imp. Ill-Used, out of Cordelia, J.
Jayner, $900; Flattery, chestnut filly, by imp.
St. Blaize, out of Flavinl, Capt. Connor, $700;
Regina, chestnut filly, by imp. Ill-Used, out of
Royal, W. C. F. Daly, $700; Tarautelia, bay
filly, by imp. Ill-Used, out of Tarbouche, J.
Interest in tennis tho past week was inter
rupted on account of tho extreme heat. On
Friday, however, play was generally resumed
and the courts wero well filled with players.
The project to institute friendly contests be
tween Washington and Baltimore has not yet
assumed definite shape, but it is expected ar
rangements will shortly bo mado for an inter
urban sories of matches. Mr. McCawloy has
practically stopped playing until fall, but if
these matches aro arranged between Baltimore
aud Washington ho will again tako up his
racquet. Mr. Woodward is seldom seen on tho
courts, as he is now a resident of Linden, Md.
Mr. Byrnes, who defeated Mr. Boag for tho
championship of Capitol Hill last week, has
again resumed playing. Mr. Painter is
comparatively a new-comer In tho tennis
arena, but his play indicates that thoro is
mettle in him of superior character, which will
put to serious test tho prowess of our best
players. Mr. Borden has just returned from
Narragansett, whero ho loft his family, aud is
again at tho nets, as are also Messrs. Davidson,
Metcalf, Spofford, Willougbby, Stockbrldgo,
Kauffman, Shelbloy, and Wooten.
Tho present week will witness a revival In
local tennis interests, If tho weather is not too
Famous Hit mi-Ball Players.
New York, July 12. Tho steamer Scrvla,
which sailed to-day, had on board a party of
famous hand-ball players who aro going to
visit Ireland. They aro Philip Casey, champion
of tho world, Bernard McQuado, champion of
Now York; John Dunne, tho all-round player;
Philip Smith, ox-champlon of St. Louis, and
Edward Moran. Richard Cronin, tho Brooklyn
contractor, and William Gillen wero with tho
ball players. They will glvo exhibitions in
England, Scotland, and Ireland.
International Griolcet Match.
Toronto, Ont., July 12. Tho team chosen
to ropresent Canada In tho international cricket
match, to be played in Philadelphia Monday
and Tuesday next, left hero for that city this
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104; Annie G., Lucky Clover, 103; Repent, 95;
Fourth race 11 miles. Badcc?129: St. Luko.109:
Tho cleansing of personal attlro is an industry
of no small importance, and much of what for
merly had to bo dono In this lino in tho house
hold, to tho annoyance and discomfort of all
concerned, is now accomplished speedily and
effectively by tho modern public laundries,
with their steam-power machinery and special
appliances. Ono of tho most successful and
enterprising of theso useful establishments is
No. 522 Tenth Street Northwest,
Of which Messrs. F. II. Walker & Co. aro
tho proprietors. This is in all respects a lead
ing and notoworthy concern, being by common
consent among the largest, most reliable, and
best equipped institutions in its lino in tho city.
Tho premises occupied are provided with every
convenience and facility needed for tho cleans
ing of all kinds of wearing apparel, a specialty
being mado of Collars and Cuffs and Flannels.
Thirty bauds arc permanently employed, and a
lady is given charge of ladles' apparel. The
establishment is connected by telephone, the
call being 1092-3. Work is called for and de
livered by wagon at residences, aud all work is
guaranteed to be perfect, every care being
taken to prevent tho slightest Injury to fabrics,
however delicate. Tho charges aro placed at
tho lowest point, and a liberal discount from
tho regular price-list is mado to families. The
members of tho firm aro Messrs. F. II. Walker
and F. E. Smith, both of whom aro natives of
Washington, and widely known and very popu
lar in tho community.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers,
Ninth and D Streets Nortliwcst.
AND PERSONAL EFFECTS.
All Sales Promptly Attended to and
Given Personal Attention.
Accounts Settled 24 Hours After Sales.
Advances made on Stocks of Mer
chandise and Other Personal
We are prepared to receive storage
in our large Store-rooms, making ad
vances when desired, and all goods
covered by insurance.
Appraisements of Ileal Estate ami
Personal Property Mado,
CHARLES A. McEUEN,
REAL ESTATE AM) LOAN BROKEK,
1420 F STKEET N. W WASHINGTON, D, O
In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir
ginia. Property Bomjht, Sold, and Exchanged.
Houses Hontod and llents Collocted
Fire i Insurance Placed in Holiablo Companies.
FOR MM ONLY!
PftQITiUP For LOST or FAILING MANHOOD:
arUOlllVC General and NERVOUS DEBHJTyj
flTTTJ? TCI Weakness of Body and Mind: Effect
V HJ AwJJ of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young'.
Itoluit, Noble JUMIOOU fullr lleiioml. Haw la KnUncs auj
Abtolutrlr unfailing 1I09K TllKATHK.VT-llmrfll. In a iUj.
Urn testify fruro 47 Slatra, Trrrltork., nil Kurrlga Couutrlti.
Yoa can write them. Hook, f ull ci uUnktlon. and nrooft tatllfel
UealiJ) frrr. Siiii ERIC MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N, T.