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-. THE ECENDfG TIMES.ATJJBDXY, 'OCTOBER V1895.
Those High School Uniforms
fE have the honor
tract for furnishing the uniforms for the High
School Cadets the pride of our citizens and a credit
'!'Mi to Washington's superior school system. In view
wi - of certain insinuations and reflections on the
course the school board didn't lniow'arrything about it! We leave
the answer to the intelligence of the fathers and mothers who have
sons in the High School and have Suits to buy. We willingly
stake our reputation upon the Suits which we are about to furnish,
and you have one recourse. Should they not prove satisfactory re
turn them and get your money.
We did not receive this contract bedfauSe' Bur" price was lowest,
for it was not! We received it because we furnished a better quality
of cloth and a more stylish and more thoroughly made Suit of a
blue, which will not rub off over the shoulders, for the intrinsi
cally lowest price considering the quality!
PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.,
315 Seventh Street NTJW.
DID NOT PAN ODT RICHLY
Harness Horses Are Not Good
Money Drawers This Year.
Splendid Wcntllcr, Good Crowds and
ilimy Entrlo., Yet the I'lmllco
MfCtlng Was Not Profitable,
(Special to The Times.)
Ilaltimore, Oct. B. The Finilteo meeting
closed last evening. There was a good
attendance, and the racing -was fairly
It is said that though the meeting startol
off under most encouraging conditions, it
has not been the financial success that it
was expctcd to be. It lias resulted as most
uf the harness meetings hat e this year.
About $14,600 was hung up in purses
and there were a large number of entries
for each eetit. The crowds, with the ex
ception of yebtcnlay, were all that could
hat e been expected. The pooling pn lieges,
etc., were llberallj paid for, and yet under
all of these faorable circumstances, the
backers of the meeting, reiiorl has it, will
corns out at the little end of the horn.
If this Is true, it maj be thai the harness
horse, so far as Ilaltimore is concerned, will
be given a rest for some time to come.
Jake Patchen, 3. H. Morrow's horse, won
the thrte-niiiiute trot at the Westminster
fair yesterday, taking the last three heats
In 2 30 1-2, 2 :i 1 1-1 and 2.35 1-2.
The Temple cup games at Cle eland have
been a gnat drawback to the harriers horse
meeting now in progress there. On Wednes
day and Thursday, though a good card was
olftred each day, there was only a sprink
ling of people. In attendance.
Racing will wind up in the North and East
In a lew neekc, but there will be plenty of
it in the South and Weet after that. With
St. Louis, New Orleans, Macon and San
Francisco going in full blast, and the
shorter meetings at Nashville and other
places, there will be nork for the horses,
or many of thuu, until the regular spring
meetings come again.
The race of Star Pointer at Terre Haute
on Thurrday is likely to get him into a con
troversy with Joe Patchen and John R.
Gemrj. It hasalriady been suggested that
thepe three, with Robert J., ought to be
brought together at Lexington. It is
hardly probable that Robert J. would be
Ftart d in ,uch,a race, because both Pointcj
and Robert are in the Fame hands. Beside,
the three heats put in bj Star Pointer. 2 04
1-2. 2.04 3-4 and 2 OG 1-2, Fhow him to be
caitable of giving both Patchen and Gentry
all they will want to do. without the aEslst--onec
of his stable companion.
J. Malcolm Forbes, of Boston, in 1S91
raid the late Leland Stanford $125,000
for the two-year-old trotting colt Arion,
whose record was 2 10 3-4. A few weeks
ago Mr. Forbes bought Bingen, another
twuytarold, paying $7,500 for him.
This youngster was known to be able to
go a mile in 2 20 or a little better, but at
the Rfgby course. Portland, Me., on Thurs
day, he simply astounded his new owner
by nclii.g off an exhibition mile in the re
markable time of 2 12 1-2. No two-year-o'iI
since Arion's performance has ap
The transfer of the National Derby from
Harlem to the St. Louis jookey Club is
taken as an indication that George Ilaw
kins anil bis associates dnave about given
up Uie hope they have been fostering
that they will be able to operate to their
satisfaction on the Indiana tracks next
year. The National Derby for 189C will
be worth about $20,000 to the winner.
It will be, therefore, an attractive event
for all good horses eligible b it. Among
the entries already made are Ben Brush,
Crescendo, Captive, Kamsin, and many
others now prominent as two-year-olds.
The distance is one and one-halt miles.
Some energetic gentlemen of Baltimore
nave been trying for two or three months
to get up a home show, to be run on the
lines of the Madison Square event. It
seems, however, that their efforts have
not been fruitful. It Is announced that the
promoters of the idea are still at work
pushing It along, but there Ir no likelihood
that a show will be held this year.
FOOTBALL- AT ANITArOLIS.
Reorganization of the Nnval Acndemr
Team and the Schedule.
Annapolis, Oct. S. The reorgaulzatlor.
f the Naval Academy football team has
been effected as follows: Right end. Grave;
center, Marshall; lelt guard, Halligan; left
right tackle, Feterson; right guard. Smith;
tackle. Castleman; lelt end, McCauley;
quailer back, Mustin; right half, Kimball;
rull back. Henry; left half, Williams.
Games have been scheduled as follows:
Elizabeth. N. J., Athletic Club, Octo
bers. New Jersey Athletic Club, October 12.
Carlisle Indian School, October 2G.
University of Virginia, November 2. .
Lchlgb University, November 1G.
Dartmouth College, November 23.
There are four open dates.
Capt. Burr Returns.
New Tork, Oct. 5. Among tbe passenger
who arrived this morning per the Anchor
liLe tian.cr City ot Rome from Glasgow
was Capt. John Barr, of Howard Gould's
Hot AkIics Caused It.
Hot ashes caused a lire in a shed in the
fear of No. 70 K street northwest at 0
o'clock this morning. Tbe damage was
Anarchy In Crete.
London, Oct. 6. A -dispatch to tbe Cen
tral News from Athens says that anarchy
prevails throughout tbe Island ur Crete
nd murders are frequent. Tbe governor
of the Island has forwarded his resignation
to Constantinople. Tbe Cretans have sub
mitted a statement of tbeltbgricranccs to
tbe representatlTes of the powers-
ParRer, Bridget & Co.,
"- 31 5r Seventh Street.
of having1 been awarded the con
judgment and ability ,qf the school board by a jeal
ous unsuccessful competitor we feel Called upon to
warn you against placing your order outside of our
establishment They were unsuccessful, but of
course their cloth was better! Of course their fit
was better! Of course their workmanship was
better! Of course their orice was lower! Of
ENGLISH ARE VERY ANGRY
Do Not Fancy the'New Challenger
for the America's Cup.
An American, In CaliootH WltU.Amer-
U'uiim, Tliey Intimate Tutit tbe
Itiico Would Bo a Fake.
London, Oct. 5. The Field of to-daj agalP
sneers at the challenge of Charles Day Rose
Tor a contest next year for the America's
It says it presumes that the challenger,
being an American, will possibly be allowed
to do great things with a British-built
yacht, even perhaps to do what might bo
called winning the cup. The article con
clduea. cup. The article concludes:
"We have now to realize the fact that
the Ruj.il Victoria Yacht Club has backed
the challenge from au American banker to
lroe that an American dub could, if It so
pleased, giic a iiritlbh yacht a fair aul
unimpeded course. No British cluh lua
cvir before taken such reiioaslbility as
The Times to day has a letter from. Mr.
"According -to, Uie deed of girt," says
he, "Lord Dunratcn could notugain chal
lenge with ttle'Vatkyrie until after a con
test with some other lesscl had iniertcucd,
as'.iTtcr Uirxlilrnli&iPot two yea rs from
Uie time of his Uefeat, but in vicwof Uie last
challenges having been made Uirough the
Rojal Y.icnt Squadron, I immediately In
formed Capt. Grant Uiat if Lord Duuraven
or any oUicr member of the Royal Yacht
Squadron was desirousof issuing a chal
Icngein 1S9G with any other boat, I would
immediatel) withdraw mine."
London, Oct. 5. "Wag" Harding ln-
forms"th' 6orrsmati that he is willlrg
to row HanlnnontheT)iiefi.r500 aside
and to allow 'jCSO'frtr expenses, but that
he will not notice him further umllJClOO Is
deposited with Uie SporUman as a guar
antee of Hanlqn's. intentions.
The- world's. champion sliot-puttcr,
John D. McPIienion, fell from one of the
lower gates at the Sault Ste. Marie locks
yesterday to the'lock floor, a dlstarcc of
Torty-sK feet, and 'was fatally injured.
It Is said that Lcwln, the Cambridge
man who Is to start In the International col
lege games at Manhattan Tield to-day.
ran loo J arils In un seconds in a trial on
Thursday. If liedld it is almost a certainty
that he will beat Richards, the Yale candi
date for the 100 -yard event, for it Is not
exiiectedthat he willrunbetterthanlO 2 5.
This is one of the events that the Yale men
have been counting on with confidence,
but the race now seemB to be very uncer
tain for them.
Paul Tons, who is tbe champion Graceo
Roman wnstler of England and France,
will shortly meet Ernest Rocber before
the Olympic Club of New Orleans for a
purse of $2,E00. Pons In now in Taris.
He Is rated as a remarkable athlete.
The cl ub Is to pay his expenses to this cou n
try. Roelier is now In Texas helping to
trim Bob Fitzsimmons up for the fight with
Corbett which Is not going to comeoff.
A young bird race is to te fceld bv the
Bellvieav Homing Club, of Philadelphia,
to morrow. One hundred birds will be
liberated at Barbonrsville, Va. Tbe dis
tance to Philadelphia is 209 miles. Last
Surday the club turned loose 100 birds
at Odenton, Md. Tbe distance to Phila
delphia is 100 miles. It took the first hen
that arrived home two hours end twenty
two minutes to maVc tbe trip, and the first
cock two hours and twenty-one minutes.
The hen cohered space at the rale of 1,270
yards a minute, and tbe cock a fraction
under 1,290 yards a minute.
L. II. Coleman, a student, was hurt so
badly on "the baseball grounds at Ithaca,
New Tork, yesterday, that his life was dis
paired of. Coleman's home Is in Brooklyn.
He was unconscious for two hours after
Former Tenm in a Weakened Condi
tion and Fears Defeat.
New 'Haven, Conn., Oct. 5. The Yale
football eleven left here for Its game at
Albany wltb Union College to-day, greatly
weakened, and It Is feared that tbe Yale
team will be scored against.
Cross", the only candidate of prominence
for center, has. been loaned to the track
team to compete "In" the Yale Cambridge
games, this afternoon, and Chadwick, the
strong guard, has been debarred from the
team owing to heavy' conditions In bis
This Is a serious blow" to the team, as
Chadwick was the strongest man in the
line. He will be given slx'weeks In whlcb
to makeup bis conditions, and it he fails at
tbe expiration of that time, be will drop
behind a year in his classes.
Ills six weeks"abseDce will keep him
away from tbe eleven during tbe greater
part of tbe fcotball season, and It will be
practically impossible for him to get Into
playing, trim after that time before tbe
Detained by Smallpox.
Quarantine, 8. I., Oct. 5. The steamer
Marsala, which arrived early this morning
from Hamburg and Havre, Is detained at
Quarantine because a case of smallpox was
found among the steerage passengers, of
whom there are 279 on board.
Prohibition Doea Not Prohibit.
Bangor, Me., Oct. 6. In New Slherla, a
little hamlet in the Penobscot forests, five
or six miles-from here, Edward Hutchlns
lies at the point, pf, death. with two ugly
gashes In his throat. Inflicted by his own
hand while drunk., His daughter Edna, aged
eighteen, is at the house of her grandfather
In this town with her body hacked and
bruised, the result of a saraze assault by
her father. The girl wlH probably lire; the
lather may dMa, K -.,
TOO 100H TALK KILLED IT
Corbett and Fitzsimmons the Vic
tims of Unguarded Tongues.
If the Dalian Affair Had Been Judi
ciously Handled There Would Uaio
, Been No Law FaKised In Texas.
California was formerly a Mecca for tbe
fighters. There Corbett fought Joe Choyn
skl four times, and in San Francisco he
built bis reputation as a really great
pugilist by fighting Peter Jackson sixty
odd rounds, the battle lasting more than
four hours and a half. California also did
away with boxing a year or tno ago, but
there is also every prospect of its revival
there in the near future.
The bouf between Abe Ulman, ot Balti
more, and Kid McCoy.otYoungstown, Ohio,
is lo take place before the Baltimore
Eureka Club on Monday night. There has
been a good deal of talk about this go, as,
one that will tet the merits of McCoy. It
Ulmancan-put McCoy to a test of hLs merits
as a boxer, the Kid had better lay aside his
ring aspirations. Kllrain announces that
if Ulman wins he will tour the country with
him and stack him up against all comers.
There Is a great deal being said Ihcso
days about law s that will make felons and
penitentiary occupants of prize fighters.
The prize ring has been a pretty busy Insti
tution for something like 200 years. In
England and Australia and America, where
it has thrived the best, spasmodic efforts
have been mnde to crush It, but It still
flourishes. In many parts of England there
are strenuous laws against it, jet in the
lery heart of London fights that attract
the attention of the world occur, as they
do In Birmingham and other cities over
In Australia the cities of Melbourne and
Sjdnev have long been havens for the
pugilists. In nearly eery State of the
United States there are laws to prohibit
fighting, but fighting goes on In tbem
Jut the same. For instance, the Goiernor
of Texas the other day on the heroic stand
he had taken to do away w ith prize light
ing down there, and encouraged him by
Informing bun that In his State, Massa
chusetts, there was a law that sent fighters
to a dungeon for ten ear. On Thursday
morning Leslie pierce, ot Philadelphia,
and Mania Kuee, of Uaerhlll, Mass., met
In a fight at Lowell, which was to hav
gone to a finish, but which was dcdirtil a
draw at the end of thirty rounds, because
tbe men were unable logo any farther.
Two weeks ago Joe Wokott and Dick
O'Brien, who fought In Boton, were ar
rested, but the court turned tliem both louse.
In New Jersey on Thursday two pugs were
before a court on the charge of prizefight
ing, of w hlih they were beyond doubt guilty,
but the court kPld they waMi't and they
were liberated. Two jears ago the Legis
lature ot Louisiana made It a crime to
Indulge In a prize fight in that State. Two
weeks ago two pugllUts fought twenty-f"iir
hard rounds before the famous old Olympic
Club of New Orleans, and there Is every
indication that fighting will nourish there
again in the near future.
In every instance where boxing clubs hae
been attacked by the law the attack has
been brought on by the brazenness of tin Ir
promoters, and to this more tl-nn anjthlng
else can be attributed the downr ill of the.
Almut every day since the Corbett and
Fitzsimmons match was made Stuart and
his inrtners have been defying those who
arc honestly opposed to the rin, and on
every opportunity they have insulted and
angered them by branding them as a lot of
hypoi riles and snivelers whose worth and
influence wereof no importance.
They have reieatedly sent it broadcast
that even Gov. Culberson was a nonentity,
to whom no attention need lie paid. "Had
these people been more Judicious and more
considerate of Uie feelings and rights of
their opponents and given the Cortiett and
Fitzslmmonsaf fair lessnotorietythei hams.""
are It would not have been driven out of
Possible Correspondents Will
Times Small Ad.
John Clark, the trainer and manager of
Charley McKcever, says that if his man had
not hurt his left hand recently, he would have
pu t Valentine out m half the llinctl.atit took
him to do it. McKeevcr had to do nil of his
important work with his right, which was
lumwliactc to him, forMs left wheiilu good
According to Ilillyjirady's schedule, Cor
bett will leave Atlanta to night for Texas.
From present indications there isn't ni'icb
use of his going there, hut like Fitzsimmons.
he probably wants to beontheground when
the Florida Athletic Club nukes Its last
kick, so there will be no chinceforthefor
feit coming to him toslip away.
end in smoke, it is not improbable that the
Malicr and O'Donnell bout will be brought
off In duo time. There are ecwrai clubs
in the East that apptartobeableto handle
it, and though a $7,500 purse may not lie
forthcoming, one of $3,000 or 4-4,000 could
probably be obtained for it, and if the n- a
rcallv want to test the matter as to which Is
the better, they will no doubt be given the
opportunity to do so.
Little Mickey Fortune, who calls himself
the champion 106-pounder of Virginia. Ls
out with a challenge to fight Jack Ward,
of Newark. Mickey should have no trouble
In getting on a boat with Ward, unlet the
Jersey lad should rate him not gopd enough
to notice. Boxers are now and then very
particularas to the company theyarecaught
in some for one reason, some f o rauother.
Roth Billy Smith and Tommy Ryan will go
to England if thelrcontract with the Florida
Athletic Club falls through, and they do
sot get a suitable offer from some other
organization. When this pair Invades their
land tho British welterweights had better
stand from under. There is not a man in
England at this time of Smith and Ryan's
class that would be in it with either one of
them, and the result will probably be that
the American pair will be brought tcgether
over there. They would furnish an enter
tainment such as the Englishmen of these
days are not used to seeing.
The Manhattan Athletic Club, of New
York, has written to John Clark, askinghlm
whether McKeevcr will meet Jack Mc
Auliffe before that organization. Clark
as yet has made no answer to the club,
but asserts that his man is ready to match
with any boxer in his class, either for a
stake or purse, and the first one to come
will be tbe flist one served.
First Game at Princeton.
Princeton, Oct. 6. Tbe rirst 'ootball
game or the season on the borne grounds
will be played here to-day by the Prince
ton and Rutgers elevens, when Capt. Lea.
will give an the promising candidates aa
opportunity to show themselves.
SID sJULIAN IGNOBANT.
Says No Venezuela Complication Mat
ter Has Paused Hla Hands.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 6. Blr Julian Paunce
fote was asked to-day if he could give any
information regarding the ultimatum that
tbe United States Government is reported
to have forwarded to Great Britain oa tbe
"I know nothing about if," he replied.
"It has not passed through my hands."
Then there is no truth in the report?"
"X can't say that. It may have goat
through the United States ambassador in
Cor. 13 ih and F St.
ine an array
of about 200
bles, no two
finish in ev
and design, for ".jterlor, bed
room, library, reception hall,
&c. Here is a special
100 Pine. Solid Oak, Ilhjh 'Polished
Tables, S 1-Inch top.imh rim and
and lower shelf. OthSrs would ff I -IS
mark It 1 Ml Our price J) I
Craig & Hording,
13th and P Sts.
AFTER THE CYCLE RECORDS
Johnson and O'Connor to Attack
Them on Tuesday.
Clark's Tuo-MIIeHldeat Denver Beats
All Previous Clans Itecords,
and He Is Not Done "Vet.
Independence. Iowa, Oct. 5. Champion
li) hismaua;er, ToiuEo;,andPatO'C'uuor,
of Ireland; Austin Crooks, of Buffalo; W.
E. Welnlg, of New York, and II. K. Steven
son, ot byracuse, have arrived In the city.
Manager Eck said:
'Wosnall remain until we have captured
all the bicycle records." The contemplated
tbe kite track.
Denver, Colo , Oct. 5. Harry Clarke, a
class A rider, rode two miles, unpaced. In
4:30 4-5 yesterday, beating the class A
record 20 seconds and the class B record 11
seconds. Clarke's record is official, as a
sanction bad been granted for the trial.
iliiss, the b Icicle rider, got himself dis
liked by the Louisville people during the
recent great imvt at the fountain Ferry
track. I'lnkey refused to pay an entrance
lee to the races in which be-was advertised
start, and induced eev. ral other prominent
rlder to do the same thing. I'lnkey
thought be was a grtat attraction and
that he would not only not be required
to pay the lee. but that he would bepltadcd
with to go Into the races i'lnkey and his
followers got fooled. The Fountain Firry
foils tol.l them that It they d.ilu't pay
they couldn't ride and that they could
pack up their traps and move out. i'lnkey
paid and so did the other fellows.
Among the prizes given the circuit riders
at the national meet at Louisville was a
sewing machine, a gold plated bell, a cake
basket and a colored photography Riders
who win surh prizes are lorlmlden bydhe
rules of the League of American, Wheelmen
from disposing of themuIor cash or any
other consideratfon. A statement pub
lished the other day In The, Times shows
that llald tills jear has won prizes or thU
sort to the amount of-something over
$3,000, and Cjbinne, ICooper. Murphy
and others have each won similar sturf
to the ralue or more than $L'.(J00. It Is.
notliard to tee why bicycle rtdi rs get into
trouble now and then.
The mile of Anderson, the St. Louis rider,
at Fountain Ferry, on Wednesday, was a
nouhle performance, though re did not
uceced -In breaking the worWa record,
which was his object. '!th,'a flying ttart
And paced by a tandem, heflniOicd themi'e
In 1-39 2 5. The record of Mike Dim
btrgcr, made on the name track last
spring. Is 1:45, but he waj paced by a tiad.
James F. Faget and Henry Griffin, two
Chicago wheelmen, have 'arrived at the
exposition at Atlanta, having ridden a
tandem from one city to the other, a dls
tniue of about 1,000 miles. They were on
the road two weeks, but claim that their
actual riding time was lcs than nine and
a half days They will rema'n In A Uinta
a week, then rlde4o N?w Orleans, then to
Galveston and from there to T)all3s. where
they want to see Corbett and ntzsimmons
The Krcamcr brothers, ot Des Moines,
Klmlerwiter. of St. Louis, and a Lumber of
other wen known clisa A and B riders
or the West, will join theprof-ssiontl nnl.s
nt the race meeting at Jrferron. Iowa,
to-day. John S.Johnson, O'Connor and oth
er men of mtiona! reputation are ft th
meeting. Kinderwnter lHit Johnson hand
ily in a race at Slonv. CItvlast week. Be
Is said to be a very fast rider.
An organization whh h Is to he known as
the United States MM,t-irv Wheelrren has
been set on foot. Its aim Is to Join together
blcyde riders In every section of tbe conn
trv vho huve a knowl"drc or military tac
tics. It Is In pnrt patriotism that has In
spired the orl-l'intors. for thev elslm that
s-nh men mt-ht ho of greit service to thP
Government in time of war. At present t-j
militnry cyclists seem to be entirely safe,
as there ls nothing that smacks or war In
Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 5 At the M-nd
track list ni"ht Anjris MiLeod. of Pnnl.i,
lowered two mnrernnadian biovcle rcerds.
He mde a half mile, flvinc start, nnpned.
It 1:02 1-5, redncinrc th" record one-fifth
ot B serend, and the three miles, paced,
standing start In 7 f8. beating Hyslop's
record by three seconds.
L. N. 'Wnllpston. n Ifewbnrvport. Mas..
blcvtllst, rode five miles on his wheel over
a road .onrse yesterday In 11 minutes 31
Old TVnnsy's Truck Mcetlnjp..
Philadelphia, Oct-C The track commit
tee of the University of Pennsylvania has
decided to hold two sets of trick games
this fall. The first will be held on Wi-dn-s-day,
October 23, and will be open to all
students entering the university this j.ar
for the first time: also to all novices now
in any of the departments. The events In
these game3 will all be contested rrom
scratch. The second games will be held
on Wednesday, November 6. These will
be handicap and will be open to nil students
of tbe university.
WILL TELL OLNET.
American From Madagascar Knowa
About the Waller Case.
New York, Oct. 5. Ethelbert O. Wood
ford, an American citizen, who was in
Madagascar at tbe trial of ex-Consul Wal
ler before a French military tribunal, ar
rived yesterday on tbe Cunard steamship
He waa unwilling toteU.aH be knows
about the care until the Administration at
Washington refuses to act on it. Then, he
intimated, he would bavea story to tell. He
declare 1 last night that tho trial of Waller
He regarded the French as filibusters, and
said they wanted Waller convicted so
that they might profit brt: .
They thought that because he was a
negro be might be facrlticed, and that tbe
United States Governmeat would not' pro
test. Mr. Woodron! ! going to lay the case
before Bccrctary 01fcyat Washington.
FINAL-GAME AT CLEVELAND
McMahon and Young May Have
Another Great Pitching Battle.
Much Interest Manifested on All Sides
and an Immense Crowd Expected
to Witness tbe Contest.
(Special to The Times.)
Cleveland, Oct. 5. The third and last
gome of tbe Temple Cup series here will be
played tbls afternoon, and the whole city
is greatly interested in tbe outcome. What
ever may have been the feelings of the
people of this city tow ard the home team
heretofore, they are evidently worked up
a high degree or interest in its success in
tbestrugglejnow on band.
On Wednesday about c,000 people saw
tbe first game, and Thursday about 6,000
attended tbe second game, but 11 inilcallons
go for anytblng lhe grounds will not hold
the crowd that- will turn out to-day.
Evirybody seems to be getting ready to be
on band to root for Tebeau and tbe Spiders.
McMahon has asked Manager Uanlon to
let blm pitch the game tills afternoon.
He takes to heart tbe defeat he sustained on
Wednesday much more thanhcreallysliould,
for it is doubtful whether there is n pitcher
in tile league that could have held the Cleve
land team down that day.
McMahon Is niuih cut up over the criti
cism thai lie lacks nerve. Hanlon had not
fully determined whether he would send
McMahon into the box to-day or not, but
it was said that he was inclined to give
Esper a chance. Kobinson w ill catch.
Cy Young will pitch lorCIevcland, unless
something comes up to change present ar
rangements. There Is not much betting
being done on to-day's game. The Ilalti
more club will leave for home to-night.
It was said" to-day that it had been prac
tically settled that ir a genie on neutral
grourds has lo be played that it will go
Anson played the season out, failing to
bit In but twenty games. He failed to hit
safely but once in his first eighteen games.
In another stretch of seventeen games be
slipped up but once. He run thirteen
t games without falling to bit, and
failed but once in twenty games. In the
last twenty fl c games be played he did not
make an error. In thirty-four games he
made one error, and in another bunch of
twentyhe games be made one. Be put
out seventeen men in one game.
Ryan failed to make a base bit in only
one game of the first thirty played, making
during these games flftj-five hits. In Ids
first fifty games he failed to hit but four
times. In one run of twenty-one games he
batted safely every time, as be did in an
other run of fifteen games.
Delclianty In fourteen games batted clean
ly, ma king twentysevcu hits. Inf ivegains
hehitfor eighteen liases with totals of thirty
five, including five doubles and four home
runs. In sixteen games be made thlrty-fivo
Hamilton made thirty two hits in fourteen
ga men, and in clcv en games lie made twenty
three lilts. In hU lsst eight games he made
eighteen hits. In nine games he made four
hits In eatli of three games, lo forty-two
games he stole fifty bases.
La nee ran twenty twogan-.es without fail.
Ing to make a kafc lilt, makinginallin these
thirty nine hits. Jn seventy-tour games he
baited safely in all of them but eight. Twice
he made seven put-outs in a game, twice six
put-outs and ten times five. He played
twenty five games without an error.
LaChancc made fifteen tills In five games
and fourteen bits in seven games. He bad
two stretches ot eleven games each in
which he batted safely, and in eighteen
games he batted safely in all but one.
In Fix games he made two doubles, two
triples, and two home runs. He made
but rive "rrurs -in bis first tilly-lhrce
games. In one game be had twtnty-two
put outs without an error, and in another
MiKcau failed to hit i-afely in but
twenty games during the season. In four
teen games straight be did not fail to
make a hit. and in lliirty--lx games he
tailed but twice. Out -if thirteen chauces
at fielding he took twelve, having eigat
assists. In another game he had six put
outs and nine assists without an error.
McGrjw In sixteen straight games made
thirty cveu bits, and wound up the seaxm
with a run of twenty games, making two
blt-s in each of the last five games. In
-ix put, i.e maue thirteen liltn and In
five games lie made thirteen. In only four
teen games during tbe season did he fail
to make a hit. He made but one error iu
ten games. The largest number or chances
he had iu a game was ten, and he accepted
nine cf tliem Hi argest number or put
outs iu a game was four.
Rnnnon hit j-afely in twenty-one straight
games He made a h me run in each of
four games, be-ide making a double and a
triple. Iu Iwenty-tt.n'e games be made
forty-five hits. Iu three games on con
secutive days lie made three hits in each
game, and in fivegameshe hit safely twelve
times. In each of three games he put out
six men in right field. In each of four
games he put out five men.
Dulfy hit sarely in twenty-eight straight
games, and tailed hut once in thirty six
games. In five games in June be scored
thirteen runs, makirg live runs in one
gnme. ne failed to bat safely in but twenty
three games during the jear. Oneheniade
nine put outs and one assist; another tlrm
he had eight put-outs He had five put
outs In each of three consecutive games.
Jennings failed to bat safely In but nine
teen games during the season. In seven
games be made sixteen bits and in thir
teen games he made tw-nty-three bits.
Kelly made four triples in five games.
He made at least on- tilt In each of tbe
first sixteen games ho played. He scored
In th'rteen straight games Twice he pot
out seven men In a fame, three times six
and sK times live. He played in thirty
two consecutive games without making an
Brodle, at the winding np of the season,
in forty-one games failed In but four .-f
them to hat safely. He butt'il withoi
miss In t-Wteen games, and railed in r
one of twenty-o" "am"" He made four
hits in each or two consecutive games, in
four games made eleven hits and In four
more twelve hits Ho fn'hvl to bat safely
In twenty-five ganv-s ''uring the year.
He did not make an error in twenty
gams. In forty-sovn other con
secutive games he played without an
error. In thirteen Fanr-s h" rvl flfly-two
put-outs. In one game he put out seven
men. in another six and in each of six
games he put out five.
Imposing Last Rlten tn the Cathedral
of Notre Dame.
Paris. Oct. 6. The funeral services over
the body or Prof. Louis Pasteur, tbe
famous chemist and scientist, took p'ace
In tbe Cathedral of Notre Dame this
Thecofrin was removed fiom the Pasteur
Institute, where the body has been lying
In state, at 10 o'clock, and placed upon tbe
Tbe car was drawn by six horses, whose
trappings were decorated with mourning
plumes and tri-tolored drapery.
The pro" exxlon was formed In front of
the Institute and marched to the cathedral.
The f u i"ral -a r was escorted by a battalion
of the Garde Republlcalne.
Tbe members of the Pasteur family were
tmmediatley behind the hearse and were
Mowed by ktale dlgnarltles and deputa
tions from the learned societies.
The weather was clear and bright, but
there were fewer pHip!i in the procession
and rormlrs the crowd of spectators thnn
Is usual upon tbe occasion of a national
The streets in the Quartler Latin were
lined with troop.
feel the i ejr
pense of ouy
iner less than
you'll cfeeP xhe
$10, $12 "and
$15 for ?op
they're good. Magnificent
cloths or unquestionably
superior quality. Tailoring
that's irreproachable. Light
and dark colors satin lin
Their companions the
Fall Suits are fully as good
in their way. $10, $12 and
$15 for Vicunas, .Cheviots,
and Cassimeres. -.-x.
Loeb & Hirsh,
The Clothiers. Sbtrtmakera. Outflttsrj.
910-912 F St :NvW.
It's Historic Ground.
f FIELD, "s?0 j. f
Tbe grounds of tbe old Van Ness
JIansion once again the scene eC
f:aletj. The cycling center of Waso
ngton Every one appreciate the;
magnificent track. L-arneni will
And court eons and competent In
structors always present. Tb 9
guarantee tkket insures profl-
ciency. lief unded if a now wheel is
bcuKht within a year. Pressing
rooms for ladies.
District Cycle Co.lassaa:
THEIR MISSIOX FAILED.
Agents ot the Crump JIao Sii Hope"
for Naval Contract.
San Francisco, Oct. C In ins M. Scott,
president of the TJnion Iron Works, and Gen
eral Williams, one of the agents for the
Cramps, who went to Japan for the pur
pose of securing contracts from the Japa
nese government for building the ut jiro
Ised battleships for the Japanese fiavyj
are expected to return next week.
Both have failed in their mission, for
the reason that until the Imperial JJret
meets in November the minister of marine
will not know Just what money will be at
Even after appropriations aretndde. 1tH
ls doubtful U any contracts will be, made I
wun American suipouuuers, at icasi
nut for some time, the reason being that
the people of the Mikado's empire have
suddenly become impressed with theldea
that they can construct their own battle
ships and cruisers. - - j
LAWS OF ALL .NATIONS.
Codlflcntlon Association Meots in the
United States .Next Tear.
Brussels. Oct. 5. The Association for
the Reform and Codification of the Laws
of Nations, which has been in &csion here
Tor several days, has resolved to alter its
title to the
International Law Assnclarf
Tile rext conference will be held In the
United States in 1897.
The Hon. E. J. Phelps, formerly Amer
ican minister to Great Britain will be
invited to act as president.
Ancient mid Ilonorablex Coin In jr.
Boston, Oit. C. The Ancient and Honor
able Artil'cry Company, 300 strong, will
leuve Boston at B o.'Ioik this afternoon to
celebrate its 258th annivcr&ary at Jtlth-'
mond, Va. The second stage or the Journey
from Jersey City to Washington Is sHied
uleil to brliKr the company to the Capital by
1 o lock, when an hoar's stop will lie made
and dinner partaken of in the National
Rev. Jimmie Cook,
THE BOY PREACHER,
DESPONDENT AID HOPELESS.
I have suffered for years with,
the worst form of catarrh offen
sive discharges, buzzing- in ears,
pains in chest, violent cough, con
stant hawking and spitting. My
whole nervous system was a
wreck. After trying various rem
edies without relief, about one
month ago I began using- Dr.
Geo. W. Wisher's Catarrh Cure, am
I give this tes
thinking it my
duty to let the
world know there is one positive 1
cure for this dreadful disease.
Price, to cents, ty all Drngzlsts. Krlck Chain.
lcml Co.. heiesale Agents, KUJ Pa. Ave. N. W-
uoriicy-al-L.iw. Velter LawHulld
lng. 605 D St. nw., Washington. D. C.
RpMdeni-e. No. 3. Mount Vernon Flats,
iir N Y nve .mil qih M.nw. selO-lmo
3D floor front room, neatly furnished, well
healed, good tain; home comforts; also
bright sunny back room, suitable for one
or two. 928 N. r. ave. l.-e,m
GOOD room and board for gentlemen
at, moderate prices. Addres G. L.. this
GOOD BOARD, pleasant rooms,
Mimnirn extKM.ure: also tabic board.
809 II st. nw. oc3-3t
FOR EXCHANGE-Fliie bloofed.
Rise hliti Mjie, urituiK ircc lur guuu
heavy work horse.
ljii alter o p. m..
234 14th st.sw.
XOP platrorm spring wagon for no-tup
wagon, one-horse. Call after 5 p. m.
234 14th st. sw. oc5-3t
LOST-A banth of keys. 4 in number:
leaveutthlsofficeandget reward, ll-tai
LOST-Bunch of small keys; reward; re
turn to UINNICH'S DLTECTiVE
AGENCY. 1225 F st. nw. oc4-2t
ItOST This a. m., on 14th st,bet. Cor
coran and P, a sliver hair-pin. Please
return to OWNER, 1302 F st.ow., and re
ceive reward. lt.ean
4 ! V
MOXKY WASTEII ANX TO LOAN.
PIONET! MOXEY: MOXETI
8 Unve It.
We will lend It.
W wit nt yon to have It.
All.wi want Is satisfactory real estate
security. Come to ns with yonr appli
cations and we can tell you what we
will do as soon as tve examine the property.
T. O. ANDERSON A CO.
Real 'Estate and Business Exchange. 807
WE have the following amounts to loan
on approved real estate In the District:
$3,000. 5.)0i. $6,000. $10,000. at lowest
rate ot interest; no delay. UERR0N &
N IXON. 1304 F nt. nw.
FITLTON'S ian OfTlco. 1218
fa. ave. nw. uiaDiisnea in iniu.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special borsalos in
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-6fn
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
lonn association certificates, and old
lino, life Insurance policies: no delay
YERKE8 i. BAliER.
40 to 46MetziTotl-Biag
HONET TO X.OATT In larso sums,
or as low- an tl.uuu, at 0 and 6 per
cent on D C. real estate: alo f 2.10. 500.
780,-etc. at per cent WM. H SAUN-
DEUS & CO.. 14U7 F su nw tf
MONET TO IjOA-N All rlasses oJ
real estate loans mane with jiroraptness
si curcnt rates THE WcLACHCEN ItEAL.
E8TATE AND LOAN COMl'ANY. cor
tier ltith and U streets nw. m9-tf
"WClTEI The loan or $9,000 on f irst
class inslue property: no asents. 70S
18th at. sel2 tf
MONET lo loan at 5 and b per cent.
,on Dial rict of Columbia realty; no delay
Ifsecurlty ls satisfactory.
WALTER II ACKER. 704 14th nw.
MOPTEX to loan on real estate in the
District, at lowest rates of interest.
No delay. HEREON & NIXON. 1304 F sc.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctloneere.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF 3-STORT BRICK
DWELLING AND STORE, NO. 709
EIGHTH ST. BE. ALSO FRAME
DWELLING AND STORE, NO. 70S I
By virtue of a deed of trust recorded In
liber No. IG63, folio 100 et seq., or UK
laud records of the District of Columbia. w
will sell in front or the premises on THURS
DAY, OCTOBER 10, A. D. ia95, at 4:30
o'clock, part of lot -1, square !04. rront
Inir 20 feet on Eighth street, near G street
southeast, improl by large brick: dwell
ing and store. No. 70( Eighth street. "
Terms One-lli ird cash, balance in oneand
two years, at 6 per cent interest, payable
seml-ann.ially, and to be secured by deed
of trust; or, all cash at option of purchaser.
Deposit of $200 required, convejanctngat
purchaser's cost; terms to be complied with
In 15 days, otherwise right reserved to re
sell nt risk and cost of defaulting purchaser
after rive days' advertisment ot such n
J. HOLDSWORTil GORDON.
Immediately after we will sell part lot 4.
squure V04, fronting 20 reet on I street,
being improved by frame dwelling and
store. No. 706 I st. se.
EATCLIFFE. SUTTON & CO , Auctioneers,
Successors to Katcliffe, DarrAc Co.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FRAME HOU8B
ON SUMNER AVE..ANACOSTIA. D.C.
By virtue of a deed ot trust, duly record
ed in liber No. 1842, folio No. 4G1 et seq ,
one of the land records rorthe DUtrict ot
Columbia, and at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will offer for sale by public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY, the 14th day
of OCTOBER, A. D. Ib90,at 3o'clockp.m.,
therollowing-de-cribed real estate, to wic
The west thirty-five (35) reet on 8uniner
avenue, by tun depth of the eastern one
half (1-2) of lot nine (9) in section eight
(B I of the Barry farm, together with theim
provements, rights, etc. Terms: Cash, a
deposit of $5U required ujwn acceptance
t 1I1UMAD t JUVUI. JK.,
WILLIAM M. BECKER,
M. B. LATIMER i CO.,
General Auctioneers and AppraiscTSt
,,., -1229-1231 G ST. N. W.
Send in your consignments.
Tbe finest auction rooms in the city.
No connection with any other house.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-An elegant building, lot,
loOxlib. suitable for flats or private
rerideiice. excellent locality: munt be sold
'within a short lime, price low; terms to suit.
Inquire 91Q F ft. nw. oc2-4tem
COS SALE-There will be no better
tuiie to set a bargain in real estate
than now. We are orrering a few lots,
24 tixl3t. well located ne., on terms ta
i suit purchasers, at $30O per lot: near cable
i cars. Secure a home she Call for plat
I anil full Information. JNO. F. WAGGV
i MAN. 700 14th st . room 4- se21 14t
1TATI03 CCKNEK OF aliTii AN3 I
I n E tf eot t .9 . 1 805.
JLO 30 A- M. l'KNN.SYLVANIA LTM.
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Louis. Clevelind. and Toledo Buffet
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and Bluing Cars. Uarisburg to Pitu
bunr 8 4Q JP M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
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Cars. Harisbunr to St Louis. Ciixtnuau,
Louisville, aud Chicago.
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HnrrUburg to Clculaud Dicing Car to
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PkESS Pullm-in Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St. Louis, and bleeping Car
Harrisburg to Cincinnati
io,40 -p. mv-pacific: exfresb
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T.GO A. Iff. torKai-e. Cawmnaigua,
Kochester. ai.d Niagara Falls daily, ex
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ter. BofMlo. and Niagan Falls daily,
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ington to Sutpension Bridge via Buffalo.
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Rochester. Buffalo, and Niagara Falls,
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For l'llluiueipllia. New lurk. ui.U the
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mid 11 30 p. lu For Pliiladilpaia, only,
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