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the jsrouNEsra toies, Saturday, augkust 24, 18,95.
fct ra wv ftj' j r 4 f
at d nVbiiti Streets
floras Warehouses a st, nearM.
-LA. HEINE" FntKITCKE POLISH
will aocorapllsh bolter results than any
other polish we know of Wo'vettiod
tliom all, aud liava found "La Heine"
bout. 28 ceate a good-siaod bottlo.
The whole summer
stock is moving. We've put
prices down to such a plane
that it's unavoidable. Mat-iinp-s.
Porch. Lawn, and
Cottage-Furniture 111 short
all summer necessities are
to be sacrificed at a third to
a half under worth.
1 "Alaska" Refrigerator.... S42 00 88 00
1 "S, eat" Kofi lgeiator 40 00 3J3
1 "Sweet" Kefricorator. 20 00 13 00
1 "Sweot" Hofrigorator 25 00 12 M
1 "Sweet" Hofrlgorator IB 00 9 00
"Polar" Kofrigorator 34 00 2S 50
"Polar" Ice Chests 15 00 12 M)
"AlaeLa" Uofrigcratora. 18 00 1100
"Alaska" Ico Chests 5 50 4 50
Cbiua listers and Coolers,.. 1G 00 13 50
"Carlsbad" Coolers 5 00 4 00
-Pansy" Filters 13 00 1150
Upholstered In plush 18 50 fll 00
Uphulstored in plush 10 00 13 50
Uph&lstered in plush 25 00 20 50
Upholstered In plush 30 00 25 00
TJphntatored in crotonne 6 00 5 00
1 want to be the Jeweler n ho first
comas into your mind.
1 tf tion of gems is
rich, rare coloring-
is to be
found there that
it is vain to
search for else
where, and the effects of the re
fracted light is gorgeous in its
I haire jewelry of all sorts and
my prices are extremely low.
Orders by' mail will receive
most careful attention and
though the selection in that case
would have to be left to mes I
will willingly change an' article
"which does not please.
Yob can tUrire pteaeure from
looking at lay stock, even if you
C. H. DAVISON,
1105 F Street X. Y.
Aside from the beautiful
lijrM shed from a Siemens
Iungren Gas Lamp it saves
tlie gas bjr burning it per
fectly. We rent them for
2Sc per month.
" Gai Appliance llKchange, 143 N. Y. Ave.
A little stimulant may save
3'cm from breaking down.
Try Pure Berkeley Rye.
Importer Wines and Liquors,
612 F Street Northwest.
J Many People f
f think that one laun- f
dry is as good as another, S
G and that clothes are bound m
to wear out and it can't be I
I helped. J
If linen is handled prop- V
4 erlj- in the wash, it looks 9
I twice as well and lasts twice
f save a lot
6 of money
A ing a good!
TOLMAN STEAM LACNDItY.Gth and C-
We think wo can produce PRINTING
tliRt'll pleaw you in oory particular, if you
gtre us a change Intimates furmsUed.
MoGILL &. WALLACE, Printers,
IMC V. Miwt N. W 'Phone. 1531
Si. LouIk Ent ri.
IHiw. race Selling; thirieeii-Bixteenths
of mile Kapier aiMl Hart Wallace, 112
cacti; lift Ykw hi d Kau Claire, 109 each;
CbtotH and Boule, 105 each; Storekeeper,
102; Moltie Kuig, Martha Griffin, and
Kathleen, 100 each.
SecoMd race Selling; five furlongs Sir
Archer, ICC; Albert S , and Amelia Fonso,
102 each; Air Tight, Lon Jones, and Wm.
Date, Jr , 100 each; Forget, Laura F,
ana Stella Williams, 97 cadi; Bewdrop,
80; Fawgli 'a Ballagh, 87
Third race Two-year-olds; handicap;
Eix furlongs Nicholas, 1 10; LaSalle, 107;
Walnut lodge, Wbii-per, and Kcechler, 98
105; Sixty, 100 i
Furtli race Handicap; six furlongs
Tartarian, 114; Emjiera. 105; Dora H
Wod. 2; Jhi' O , 90; Lizetta, 99
"PitiU race Owners handicap; mile.
O'OMMteli, 1G2; Creva, Uejinos, Liuda,
and Sinimoitfi, !)0 each.
Snub race Selling; fifteen-sixteenths of
a TotHe Fraitcis Pope, Elreno, and Sound
Uore, llii each; Upinan aiid Eloroy, 109
ade; Ali&e Galop and Iiunnlda, 107 each.
Wartus: 1'uts Ilaclt n G. A. R. Man.
KewY6rk.Aug.23. Street Cleaning Com
misElen'jr Wf-ring to-day reinstated Henry
O. Corsa, Ui G. A. It. veteran, -whom he
discharged from Ins department August 15.
A TH HILLING FICTIOX.
Itio greatoHt detective htory ever
vrittoii. Head 'JTlie Hindoo -Cliarin"
"Jo-morrow'H Suuduy Times.
Washington Knights Templar
Leave Jor Boston To-day.
F0UE C0MMANDERIES GOING
Two Trains WIH-tTiiko Them Ques
tion of. EMubllishhig Permanent
Headquarters in This City to lie
DixctiKMMl ut tlio Encampment.
Ilirtt of tlio IMlgrltus and Friends.
The four corumanderies ot the Knights
Teniplai or the District will be en route
on the 1J i P. at 10.10 o'clock to-moiTow
uiorniiig for the annual conclave, which will
meet on the 27th ins-tant at Boston All
of the iiinuigeruenlb were practically com
pleted last evening
Tiic conimanderies Washington, No. 1,
Columbia, No 2; lie Alolay and Potomac,
hiive been doing come good drilling during
the patt week, preparatory to the grand
panideat Boston. A parade of Washington
commandery 'u full uniform and all regalia
was held yesterday afternoon at the Cap
itol Paik. There were 150 in line.
WILL GO IN TWO SECTIONS.
The Washington contingent will leave
in two secUoiih, Washington and DeMolay
at 1 0 a in., a nd Columbia and Potomac at
10:10 a. in. Two through trains from the
South by Uie Southern ltallway Will pass
through here for Boston tlih. morning.
It has been found impracticable for the
Knights to board the Connecticut, the
steamer on which Uicy are to make the
trip to Providence, at Jersey City A trans
fer will be necessary to New York The
Connecticut -will leave her wharf at New
York about 5 p. in , and -will arrive at
Piovideuw at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
and leae there after breakfast at 8 o'clock
for Bstou where thoy will arrive about 9
Washington Commandery No. 1 will be
escorted to headquarters by Olive Com
mandery, of Lyna, Mass. The four local
conimanderies will be the guests of that
comma ndcry on Thursday or e mclave week.
PnlULVNLNT llEADQCAltTEUS 1IEQE.
The matter which will must interest the
IMMriet comrnanderie at the coming con
clave will be the establishing here of a
permanent headquarters. A committee has
prepared a resolution u thai elfc-ct, which
will le suiMniiled to the grand encampment.
The ioll'wmg is a correct and cuinplele
list of the Sir Knights of WaMiiugloii
Commandery and iIjom. who will gi with
them to Boston and to whom cjuaners have
been assigned al the Adams Ilou-e:
Allison Nailor, Jr.. and wife. Jooeph
Gawler ami two daughters, George Wright
and daughter, Lphraini Cornman and wife,
W. R. Johns and wife, George F. l'lensing,
wife and mother, John ('. Khmehan, Jmue
li. K. Lee, C. II. -McPher.-on, Alexander
MiKo!i7U, wife and itterf P. Warren
JuliDMin and -wife. O. Schumaie, Jo!m O.
Knox. Charles A. Stockett, James U. Lambie,
Martin Uebner, F. F. Major and one,
AiKlrew Ardier, James G. Bowen, John
A. Luttrcll. A. M. Long, J. O Roller.
William P. Cok) and wife, Charles S. Price,
T. A. Carroll and wife, W. W. Golway,
Ilarrihou Ilingnian, George II Walker,
Charles J Wetzel ai.d wije. It M. Brown,
S II Waters, l)r. James A. Hunter and
wife, Dr F S. Coburn, Nick T. Haller,
ThomasP Morgan, jr ; Benjamin S.Graves,
William C Peake and wife, Fister and
daughter, B L Walker, W E.JcUcs, Aaron
II Bell, wife and child, D. G. Dixon, and
wife, Fred G Dictcnch and wife. Charles
F Warren, W W.lIaniian.CharloA Riddle,
O T Tlwmpon, -wife ai d child, Tlminas
Taylor ard wife. Miss Caine and Nellie
Shield. John W Lee ai d wife. Thomas A
Chandler and wife, William L Hughes and
wife James X Skiomore, W C Babcock,
Mr Beach, Miss Taunce, MissTcna Neiuey,
A T Counile, wife and child, William Mar
shall, J R Sutton, jr ; 1) It. Ncal, Jr.;
H C Iiey, J. O. Cofrer. John
J Leitch and wife and daughter.
Win. Andrew Bojd and wife, Harry Staudi
lord and wife, John E. Bennison, wife and
Siler, T. John Newton. Fred. Win. Bud
decUe, B. V. Lewis, George E. Strobel
Thos. B. Marehe, M. C. Pickins, Alex. Scott
and wife. Mrs H. C. Browning and one other
lady, Henrv K Simpson aud wife, Mrs. A.
H. Gray, Sam C. Thompson, Wm. E. Benni
son. Win. E. Hutchinson. John B. Lord,
Fred. H.Uohofr. 1L F. Daukhorst, Letter A.
Barr and wife, E.G.Uarb.iugh and son, Alex.
H. Holt and wife, Sam!. J. Haiblett, James
C Clarndge, Mi&s Daisy E. Wedding, T. B.
Amiss, wife and son and Miss Madge
Wheeler, F. O. McNew. I). G. Wych and wire,
Br. Henry L. Gosling, John F. Downing,
E. J. Gray, E. B. Ituss aud wife, Mrs. Win.
A Haley, Miss May Bearing, Miss A nnie E.
Smith, Miss C D. Clark, Mi-i C. Harm. J. u.
Parry, C M Cohen. C. A. Venable, Herndon
Morvll, F C Scrivener, John 11 Westfall,
A B Coolidge, Joseph Btummett, L II.
Schneider, II English, C. E Allen, J. N.
C Cole, C F. Bennett, J. B. Mclntyre,
C W Brown. E D. Gardner, and Geo. R.
The officer-, members and party with Be
Molay Commandery will stop at Copley
Square Hotel, and are as follows.
W. T. GalHher, eminent commander, and
wife; James Ford.generalhssiino, and wife;
P. B. Ottcrbach, captain general, and wife;
W B. Campbell, junior warden, and wife;
A. G. While, warden; L. G. Stephens,
recorder, and wife; E. G. Schafer, treasurer
and chairmali. financial committee; W. S
Rouse. trustee; John Harvey, quartermaster;
John F. O'Neil!, past commander, and wife;
A. W. Kelley, past commander, and wife;
F. G. Alexander, pa6l commander, and wife;
N. B. Earner, past commander, and wife;
F. A. Belt, L. Beyer, A. II Gregory,
Eugene Peters, I. N. Itunyan, William Jost,
C. B. Smith, J. T. Webster, W H. Oliver,
C. 0. Walter, C. M. Shreve, John B Prout,
V.'. A.Cooper, J. T. Feddon, Charles Schafer,
M. Otterbach and wife, AY. B. Marehe and
wife.W. A. Eliason, J.H. Ehasonand wire.
A. Frey and son, W. It. Shelton and wife,
Charles J. McDonald, A. G. White, F. P.
Weller, Alex. McKerichner, John Ilnrvey,
A. T. Curran, J. Eastburn. Will Gude.
lames Kerr and wifeJ.M.Kilborne, W.L.
Hughes, William Messeroy and wife,
Parker Nelson, T. J. Watson, Br. J. W.
Little, A. S. Johnson, A. L. BePuy and wife,
A. Lamond and wife, Mrs. E. R. Adams,
Edward Parcell and ladies, J. A. Peall,
L. Heath, Henry Tripp and Adolph Gude.
Miss Ma uie 11. Gould, secretary of
NaomiChapter,No.3, O.E.S., willchaperone
the following brothers and sisters and
friends to Boston to attend the meeting of
Uie General Grand Chapter, O. E. S.,
which meetsiiiBostondurmg conclave week.
They will leave Washington on the Penn
sylvania limited this morning and go via
Fall River line steamer Puritan:
Mr. and Mrs. L. Calcll Williamson, Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Tasker.Mr. and Mrs Ellery
J. Bunt. Mr. and Mrs. J.McGill, Mesdames
Ella Espey, E. R. Moses, M. F. Sylvester.
Brady, Murphy, Price, Tyler, Fisher,
Jordan, Dodge, the Misees Michaelis.
Bevereux .Espey, Piospier, Taylor, Gentner,
Rempp, S. M. Johnson, H. L. Johnson,
Lawson, Wood, I. M. Gould, Lowell,
Tyler and Braley and W. M. Dodge, F. F.
Major, Michaelis, L.D.Matleson, Goodman,
Columbia Comma udery's roster for the
trip, as completed List night, is na follows:
W. S. Anderson, B. A. Aldcn, Robert An
derson, J. F. Allen, J. R. Adams, E. E.
-" ii -'. '.i-u.-i-a
"""i-" "! i- ii ' ifvrm-M
new now it's likely to be
You can have airy pair p
in the house now for a
third less than original
prices and some of 'em
are lieav enough for
late fall wear.
All the suits are at
33 3 per cent discount,
It's costing us a
"pretty pile" to clear
out the summer goods
but they've got to go.
Think of what you'll
need next summer.
Cor. 7th and E Sts. I. W.
No Branch Store In this city.
Bui gee, N Bunch, Aaron Baldwin, Robert
Ball. W L Bojden. George T. Bassctt,
John A Blair, C. W. Brown. C. E Bernhard,
George E Baiber, J F Blackmail. Geo.
Buiteifield,' J S. Carter, It E. Constant,
E K. Chapman, H N. C rover, T. M. Cris
well, J 11. Cunningham. J. J. Calinclt,
D A Child. W. II. Collins. W 11. Covington,
John G Craig, John C Chancy,
A .1 Bodge, Dide Archibald.
W. H. Decker, N. II. Douglass, P. A- Dcffer.
John A. DIehl, P. L. Donnelly, S. Desio, C.
S. Bonier. E. C. Elmore, II. R. Evans and
wir-. H. C. Easterday, It. A. Etty, M. F.
EggTiii.m, David Eraser, W. S. Fi rris, D.
O. Flojd, Alex Grant. A. P. Greely, T. F.
Galloway, T. W. Oilman, W. W. Gilbert,
George H. Getz, J. W. Gregory and wire,
George Gibson, wife aud two daughters,'
N. It. Harnish, J. J. Harrover, W.
E. Halleck, E. B. Hay, II. T Htillon,
E. A. Heihg, S. B. Ilegc. G ii. Hunt, It:
F. Hill, W. E. Handy, William Hay, A.
Herman. F. A. Holden and wife, William
Helinus, W. B. Hardy, C. H. Isham, J. O.
Johnson, John Juiiy, W. A. Kimmel, Ell E.
Kirby, L. C. W. Leonarda, W. M Larcombti,
Charl'-s Little, C. C. LucaF, Thomas Luckett,
F. C. Losaiio. J. H. Lane, T. T.
McWhirt-r. C. M. Merrill, S. H.
.MTrill. A. D. Merrilt. W. II. Meyers,
V.'illiaui Messervy, John McGregor,
A P. Myers, T. Y. .Miller, J B. May,
F II Mile-, F. S. Eraser, II I. Meader, '
F S Newman, It II. McMackin, T, P.. ,
Miller. 11 A Newman. E. Peach, W. 11.
Otterback, II N Obear. W. A. Ples,
M M. Parker, William Plttis, B Park
hursi, C C Pearce, W. B. Pettus, D. E.
Pine, L II Poey, George O Preston,
J O. C Roberts, George W.
Rae, J. M Rieniaiin. I) 1). Rhodes,
S. M. Rder, S. N. Robbius. H. C. Rolhwick,
E. S. Smims and ladies, John U. Small,
J. II. School. F. T. Samer, S. W. Stuieuiclz,
E W. Skidmore, N. A. Strait, Wallace
Streaior, A. C. Steinbrenner, G. W. Sipgers
J. S. Topham, E.S. Thompsun.W.A.Thomp
son, Frank II. Thomas, F. E. Tnsker, J. H.
Trimble, H.C.Thompson, A. II. Van Deuson,
W. Vanderheide. Geo. Voneifr.T, B. Walker,
O W. White, II. J. Wytie, I. I. Wither,
C F. Williams, W A. Ward, G. G. Wat
son, J N Walker, L II. York, F. H.
Wilson, Charles Zange. F. Z Hubncr,
W S. Rankin, W II. Pope, W. II. Allen,
Charles J. Morrison.
KXnnJITED THEIR SKILL
Coliunblti Comiimndery's Exhibition
Drill Drew n Ho-t of Spectators.
The dress parade of Columbia Com
mandery No. 2, K. T., and the exhibition
drill by the "drill squad" yesterday after
noon at Capitol Park, corner North Cap
itol and G streets, was witnessed by an
immense number of interested spectators.
Long Ijefore the hour appointed for the
parade (he park was thronged with peo
ple. The grand stand, used exclusivuly
l'or the accommodation of ladies, was
taxed to its utmost capacity, wliilc the
male spectators had to content them
selves with standing room on the outer
edges of the parade ground.
Shortly after G o'clock, the commandery,
headed by the ML Pleasant Field Band,
entered the park. They were enthusiasti
cally received and round after round of
applause was given them as they passed
The order of march was: The inspection
officers, Eminent Commander Frank II.
Thomas, Generalissimo Robt. E. Constant,
Capt. Bennett A. Allen, and Post Com
manders Robt. Ball, Jas. F. Allen, Emmett
C. Elmore, George Gibson, Sim H. Merrill;
next followed the commandery, in charge
of Capt. Chas. Bonier, in four divisions;
first division, Capt. J. II. Small; second di
vision, Capt. C. E. Smims, third division,
Capt. J.J. Costmett; fourth division, Capt.
Tlios. Walker. The color bearers were W.
B. Pettis, who carried the commandery col
ors, and Fred Miller, who carried a large
On their ainval the Knights were given
a short rest after which they were marched
in review aud lined up in front of Eminent
Commander Fiank Thomas and his staff
by whom they were inspected.
After the Inspection the several com
panies were dismissed and the exhibition
drill squad made up of members from all
the divisions wero marched to the front
by Capt. Dowues amid thunders of ap
plause It was during this exhibition that
thespecta tors really gave expression to their
enthusiasm for there was not a move
ment or evolution performed which was
not lustily applauded, all of which, by the
way, was well merited, for the exhibition
both in the evolutions and the sword drill
was excellent, and icflects great credit
on the members of the squad, and their in
structor, Capt Domer. The marching was
Taconia, Wash., Aug. 23. Vice President
Stevenson and party arrived from Alaska
to-day. They arc the guests of John A.
Parker, at whose residence an iufornial re
ception is being held. The party starts
East to-morrow morning over the Canadian
Have yon seen
the new Derbys
for Fall '95?
Cor. 7th and D.
FOR IHl FOTiSn
Horsemen at Sea as to the Prob
APPLEGATE HAS GONE OFF
llo Seem to Ilno Lo-st TIh Speed.
IteiiultiiFrt Fa-t Work "Will Prob
ably Mtik( Film Favorite The Pa
cific Const Crack, Crescendo, Muy
Capturo the l'rizo.
New York. Aug 23. The eighth Futur
ity race will be run at the Sheep-head Bay
course of the Coney Island Jockey Club to
morrow Indications to-night are that
it will be the greatest two-year-old race
ever seen in this country. In no previous
year have we had so many two-year-olds
that cla-s in the first flight, aud horsemen
to-night appear' to be all at sea as to
the probable wmuer
Handspring, Hastings, Applegate, Re
quital, Axiom, Crescendo, Jefferson and
Hazlet are all high-class youngster, very
clo-e together, and any one or these may be
returned the winner.
Name and Weight. Jockey.
Applfgate, 122 McCaty
Hastings, 118 Perkins
Nunrod. 118.. ...'.".VYl'..'..
Jefferson, lL"h Thorpe
M'rry Prince, 113 Clayton
Crescendo, 113 Martin
King of Bohemia,-103..
Hazlett, 118 Williams
Palmerston, 118 Overton
Ifquital, 115 Gxiffin
Beau Ideal II, 115 J. Reagan
iFonual,- 113 Penii
Refugee, 112.. .. .". ..".. ..: .. ..Hamilton
Silver II. 108 Ballard
Bon Homme. 108
Wishard. 105 Reiff
Horsemen have noted with much inter
est the trials or Futurity candidates during
the past few days. Requital, one of Bave
Gideon's emeries, lias shown the best work
of any of the candidates He is credited
with six furlongs in 1.15 flat Hastings,
the colt which cost August Belniont $37,
000 at the recent dissolution f ale of Gideon
& Baly, has shown the distance two sec
Handspring and Axiom, Phil Dwyer'a
hope, ran a private trial this week, finishing
neck and neck, m 1 16. Silver Queen II,
with Taral up, is said to have done the
course in that tune easily The McCafrerty
pair, Applegate ulid Wishard, did not per
form up to expectations Applegate has
apparently lost his fpeed.
Or Jefferson's real work but little is
known. He is a much better colt than the
average turfiie has any idea of. Nearly
all of his defeats occurred when his owner
had declared to win with Applegate. He
placed one big stake to his credit, and
may b heard rrom to-morrow. Wishard has
never done nnj thing to warrant anyone
supporting him to finish among the leaders.
THE RACE WILL BE WORTH 67,000.
According to the entries sent out to
night, twenty-two horses have been elected
to try for the great prize. The entries
with the weight assigned each horse and
their -probable riders are
Hazlet put 1:10 to his credit in his trial,
while Cresceudo, the Pacific coast crack,
worked a fast five furlong. Despite his
defeat by Requital at Saratoga recently
many shrewd horsemen believe that he
has a good chance for the race. The other
candidates for the prize have all gone the
distance in from 1 16 to 1:19.
All are in grand shape and if the -weather
continues good the biggest ciowd of spec
tators present uat a race track this year
will see the Futurity of 1895 decided.
Kntrlos ut Slieep-sliead.
Sheepshead Bay, Aug. 23. Entries for
First race; five furlongs; selling Lor
rania 107, Ca.nb, 10G, Brisk, Religion,
105; Predicament, Yankee Doodle, 104
each; Peconic,Kamsin, 103; Emotional,
91; Classle B., 102; Onaretlo, 100; Ostler
Joe, 97; Hey ward, 93; Del Corouado, 97;
Sky Blue, Annie, Baron, 90.
Second racq; fall handicap; futurity
course Bellicose, 93; Domino, 133; Rey
del Carreres, 112; Butterflies, 109; Ed.
Third race; three-quarters mile; selling
Sir Francis, Chesapeake, 107 eachrWeni
borg, 106; Waltzcr, Lustre, 105; Liza,
101; Derfargilla, 103; Arapahoe, 97;
Fred Douglass. 92; Ina, 90; Iola, 97;
Burgundy, 85; Second Attempt, 87; Hugh
Fourth race; futurity stake; futurity
Fifth race; one mile Dorian, 111; Matt
Byrnes, 108; Certainty, 106; Lookout,
103; Dolabra, 94; Hermanita, 92; Bom
bazette, Emma, 88 each.
Sixth race; one mile anda-sixteenth; sell
ingCertainty, Dungarvan, 119 each;
Little Matt, 117; Lookout, 116; Orinda,
112; Sun Up, 106; Nicolini, 103.
95.00 "Weekly Seasboro Exetir- $5.00
Hlons via Pennsylvania Itailroad.
Every Friday aiid Saturday until August
31, inclusive, the Pennsylvania Railroad
will sell for the 10 a, m. and 11 a. ni. trains
excursion tickets to Cape May, Atlantic
City and Sea Istc City, at the rate of $5,
good returning until following Tuesday.
Henry Franc k Son
Starter Flynn Punished the Boy
for Trickery With Hinnie S.
SCORCHING FOR THE BOOEIES
Three FuvorltCHundt be Sumo Number
of Woll-l'Iuyed Second Choices En
riched thoTiiIent Bill' Boy Showed
Ills Vine Form Delehanty'a Great
Itiicu on Jinimiu James.
It is about time that the boys at St.
Asapli learned that Starter Flynn is not
to be fooled with. He gave Avery yester
day a dose or the same medicine that he
dished out to Zeller on Monday, and set
him down for sixty days. The boy had
the mount on Minnie S., in the second
race and did not make au attempt to get
away from the post.
Every time the horses made a break
Avery was sure to bring up the rear divi
sion. He was willing to accept any kind
of a break, and when they rmally did get
away waa not any too well up. Flynn
purposely delayed the start, waiting for
him to come up with his horses, and in
several otherwise good breaks would not
let them go because Avery was bringing
up the rear division.
Flynn has an eagle eye for picking out
dead ones, and it has to be a smart boy
who can fool him. His experience with
the crooked lot of boys that he had to
handle at Gloucester has been worth a
great deal to him bince he has been start
ing on the outlaw track across the river.
The boys over there are on the whole
as bad a lot as could bo found In a year's
travel, but they have more than their
man ii n uuu mcj tij Lutuiiiuuuhi:) a eu I'ui .,
The bookies raeceived something of a
scorching. Three favorites gladdened the
hearts of the talent by winning, and as
many well-played second choices followed
In their wake. The run of the long shots
seems to be about over for the time being
at least.. Vehet Rose, a 30 to 1 shot, cam'
within an ace of winning the opening event
but was caught on the post and beaten out
by a head.
BECOME A FAVORITE.
Billy Boy again demonstrated what Tine j
shape he is m by winning the fourth race
rrom Mane Lovell and Siva. He has been
steadily improving, and now that he is out
of the bauds or people who pull lum half the
time he Starts he has b?rome quite a Tavor
He with the public and receives consider
able support whenever lie starts.
Belehanty rode a great race on Jimmy
James in the opening event. He got off
badly and did not look to have a chance m
the world to win. when the horses rounded
the first turn. He commenced to close
ground rapidly ami the boy sat down and
by riding him hard all the way got up in
time to land him a winner by a head from i
Velvet Rose. Belehanty can ride with I
the best of them when he takes it into his
head to do so. I
Both Jimmic James and By Jove received
considerable support in the cpening event j
The latter was backed irom tens down to
threes, but receded to 10 to 5 by the time
the horses went to the pof t. By Jove never ',
seemed able to get out of his own -ft ay and j
getting off badly finished outside of the ,
first three. Jimmie James was the '
winner by a head lrom Velvet Rose, with
Irish Pat third.
The betting in the second race at five ,
furlongs looked very sufpicious. Minnie S '
opened the favorite at even money, but a I
strong play came in on Eonda and Minnie i
S. went to 2 to 1, while Eorda closed at '
twos Avery did every thing in his power ,
to have Minnie S beaten, and succeeded in
doing so. He cut her loose when rhe did ,
not have a chance to win and landed her
in third money Eonda was first with
Twelve starters went to the poft in the
third event, but the betting was confined
to three or them Somage was heavily
played aud closed second choice, while a
6lrong tip on Jojeuse rent her to the post
favorite at even money
HE WAS NEVER HEADED.
Murphy had the mount on Somage and
taking her to the front at the fall of the
flag, was never headed. She won after
a slight shaking up by half a lecgth from
the favorite, with Jewel third.
On her good race of Friday, Mane Lovell
had the call in the mile event. Siva was
quoted at three until the horses went to
tho post, when a heavy play came in on him
forcing his price down to even money.
Lovell went out, and, setting a heart
breaking pace, looked to have the race as
good as won. Billy Boy and Siva were,
however, close up, and closing on her m
the stretch th former on while the latter
was only batena length for second money.
Sonora repeated her victory of Thursday
and won the fifth race with case. She was
a prohibitive choice, closing at 1 to 2. Mor
rissoy was fancied quite a little and was
backed from threes down to twos Just as
the horses Ii-?ed up before the starter.
Sonora never left the result in doubt from
tho fall of the flag. She captured the
money at the end by two lengths from
Mornssey, who was a neck in front (
The distance Just suited the Belle of
Fermoy and the handicappers got down
on her to a man. She rewarded their
confidence by taking command soon after
tho start and winning all the way. She
got so far in front of her field in the first
furlong that she was never caught and
finished five lengths in front of Herndon,
who was ono before Wyoming. The lat
ter ran a great race. He was off abso
lutely last and came like lightning when he
struck the stretch.
Down tin Lino.
There will, no doubt, bo a large crowd
at the Island to-day to play the rmunty. A
small bot on Crescendo will not be the worst
thing to play. Ho hasehowusomeveryfast
work out West. The stable to keep your
eye on is that of McCafferty. He is a
Toxy member and it will be just his luck
to capture the rich stake.
Rufus would have been in the money in
the closing race if lie had not been thrown
all over the track just after the start.
St. Laurent ran a good race. He will
about do tho next time out of the box.
Reduced Rtiten to Boston, Mass., via
On account or the Knights Templar con
clave the Pennsylvania railroad will sell,
August 23 to 26, inclusive, excursion tickets
to Boston, Mass., at rate of one fare. Lim
ited to leave Do;ton September 10, to
reach Washington not later than midnight
of September 11.
One dollar a jar.
in furniture buying and furniture selling"
"We have many a low-priced but beautiful
Parlor or Bedroom suite that would grace the
small house, where more pretension would
be extravagance. Our business is with all
people, so necessarily we keep all classes of
is a very different thing to what it was twenty
five 3ears ago, and for extremely moderate
prices very excellent and suitable furniture
can be purchased. You'll have to come here,
though, to see it in its perfection.
We give more credit to the best people than
any other bouse in Washington. Our idea of
credit is based on the eternal fitness of things.
1 JOHN RUDDEN,
"m ' T "
Sale of Shoes con
tioues to - day.
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STORES OPEN AT JLJCLOCK.
LOTS OF SHOES FROM 15c. UP.
ra mk spE house
808 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
Little Houlahan had the mount on him yes
terday and did not get any the best of the
Every race on the card yesterday had the
full number of starters allowed by the as
sociation. The 'first and third were not
scratched down any and Flynn bad some
trouble with them.
Murphy was warned going to the post on
"lynn gave Avery an awful roasting after
tho second race. The boy deserved every
bit of it.
To-day's Entrle-. at Alexander Island.
First Race Six and one-fourth furlongs.
170 Lillipute .
4.0S Siva .. ..
176 O'Hearn .
402 Dr. Reed .
Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
.107 476 Gorman ....104r
.104 263Pattie 102
..104 475 Fmnwater.102
.104 476 Crown 102
479 Mohawk ....104 (371)Mrs. Stw'l 102
Second Race Five-eighths mile. Maiden.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. -Wt.
471 Murray .. ..115 471 Bagnet 113
471 Crescent ....113 478 Sinister 110
478 It. Goundy 113 460 Uncle Tony .110
304 Noxious ....113
Third Race Six and one half furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
405 M.McNulty.105 312 TeddGregg..l05
' 470 Andrew D... 105 474 McK "ever ...105
j 474 Iko S 105 477Cad-t 105
1 405 Hazl 105 470 Come Home. 105
! 401 Moderate ..105 477 Red Jim .. .105
I 3S1 Mavor B. ..105 '406 J. BeanisonlOS
105 Irish Pat ..105 234 Fidget .. .. 105
477 Blizzard ....105
Fourth Race One mile. Selling.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
(451)Lsttlo Joe ..105 375 Sentinel 11,98
481 Brooklyn ...100 (390Uo Mack .. 97
(418)Glenali .. ..100 473 Bronstou .. .57
Firth Race Four and one-half furlongs.
Ind. Hors". Wt. Ind. -Horse. Wt.
(4G3)Key West... 120 454 F. It. Harf ..122
369 Misery 115 Jarley 115
t475)Eclipso, Jr.122 475 Jersey 129
Sixth RacJ Six and one half furlongs.
Ind. Hors". Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
454 Pulitzer 105 405 By Jove .. .105
(466)Contst ....105 (477)Pickaway .105
460 Imp. Pluu'r 105 472 Foxglovc.105
v3&2 OaKlawn....l05 103 Luray ....105
397 Clansman. .105 (396Uohnny ....105
453 Detroit .. ..105 45 1 Flushing .. 105
4S1 Craftsman .105 433 Colum's, Jr.105
'SOG C. 0. B 105
Refers to St. Asaph series.
Second race Murray.UncleTony.Shusier.
Third race Blizzard, Fidget. Jack Den
nison. Fourth race Brooklyn, Bronston, Joe
Fifth race Key West, Jersey, Eclipse,
Sixth race Contest, Johnny, Flushing.
Makes old race
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Results at St. Asaph.
Weather clear. Track fast
J. ( Z First race. Sis anil one-quarter fu
7UJ longs. Selling. Parse, 5130 Time. I .1.
Ind. Horse & Wt St t St Fia. Jcfc r ft
S3U J .Tiae3.ift;.I8 Sh 11 HTlTuy-6
aoc: . Koae. nw ... 3
(ibl) Irish rat, 112.. 1
ISS9) Airplttat 113.. 4
'A7i By Jove 115... 5
$898) GrY F-rest, 115 2
354 Brogan, 193. ..12
3s9 Hazel, U. 9
391 Leporello, 103 . 6
402 Jlaj.M'N'lry.m 3
59 Luray, 110 ....11
385 Jersey Pat 112 7
3 S Wahb rn a
2 25- 4 Murphy 13
8 4 5 Merrkln-a
6 7 6 Bender 13
10 10 7 Neary U
7 3 8 Andrews)
5 5 9 Avtry Si
9 9 10 Carson i0
11 11 11 Ellis 15
12 12 12 B'rKh'ldrd
Start fair. Won driTing:
iriL-SKMil race. Five furlongs. Selling
T"U Parse, $150. Time, 1:0!.
Ind norse & Wt St ! St Fin, J"ck-y Bt
3ut jsoaaa, no i yj is is Wshbra
396 Tralee, 10i 4
1 2a 2 Uernier 4
(391) Minnie S,99 5
391 Melhida, 96.... 3
St Liurent.lOO 8
472 J. D'nnis'a, 108 7
393 Evas KiJ. 1W .
355 Jim Latat. 106 2
31 Avery C-5
4 mm 10
5 H'lahan SO
S B-TlTnty 15
7 H'rr'gt n 20
8 Marphr 10
377 Courtney. 97... 8
Start good. Won easily.
J.AT Tldrd race. Ono aad one-half mi
"' Purse, 5150. Time.fkJO.
Ind. Horse & Wt St
307 Somasr, 112 3
Joyeuse, 112... 5
895 Jewel, 112. 1
4S Benefactor. 112 S
M l'rsper. 112... 3
335 L arwo, 112 7
MT6 Flash. 112 2
4W Borons L, 112.. It
391 Pedonree. 112.. 4
J55 W O Brian, 118 9
39S Jilson. 112 .. .10
d St Fla. J'clt'y Et
1. li 1. Murphy 5-2
2a. 2" Neary 1
3 9 SJiCarson 3)
3 6 5
7 7 8
6 9 7
9 3 3
4 5 9
11 10 10
Bori I . rf l
10 11 11
Not Bamf.112.12 12 1:
Start good V on dnving.
tnc Fourth raee. Oao mile. JfeWsg. Purso.
"rU- 3150. Time, 1:0&
Ind. Horse & Wt bt
472 Billy Boy. 105.. 2
(401) Mar Lovell.110 3
467 Mra.IO? 1
472 Lotion. 110. 7
J$ St Fin. J'clc'y Br
2 In V .Murphy -2
li 1 2 Rocks J
3 t 3 35 NwsrA"'l 23
5 14 Waahbn25
396 eiah. 105 I 4 5 3
339 Arch b shop. 103 6 S 8 f
104 Adjourn. 102. 5 7 7 7
3tS Baylor, 102.. .. 3 3 8 3
397 Tribute, lOZ . . . lelt at jost
start koou. en cleverly.
JAG,-Fifth raco. Four ami one-haff fur
w -'longs. Celling-. Purse, --13a Time, 03.
Ina. Horse Jfc Wt St H St Fin. Jocx'y Bt
(IS)) Sonora, 117... . 1 V 1U is Neary 1-
(338) Morri-wey. 119 3
2- "a 2n asnbru2
6 3 3 t Murphy 12
5 4 1 Defhanv JO
3 5 5 Carter 3
7 6 6 ERts 100
3H7 ou Ji ht r,llv 7
391 Oxford, 119.. I
(tOH) Grampian, 119 2
369 Finance II, 119 8
335 Inir-Oeo'n.119 5
4 7 7 Yetter 30
Start good. Won easily.
J.1 fl Sixth race. Five fartoega. SelHng:
T-l J purao, SI 30. Time, 1:05.
Ind. Horse .t Wt St Jd St Fin. Jcfy Bt
302 Ble.ofFemy.93 2 It lV l Ruts i
390 Herndfn, 101 6
33'J Wyoming, ML 8
430 Tolosa, 103 .. 1
392 Moniti-ro33. 101 9
373 Caraccua, 97.. 5
4Gl Rufus, 99 3
461 Tioga, 108. 7
393 tasinair. 1C0.. 1
3 31 2U Murphy 6
6 5 3h Bender 6
2V 2i- 4 Deleha'y20
4 4 5 NoetranJ 4
8 8 G Rocks 20
7 7 7 Nonry 3
5 6 3 Carter 20
3 9 9 Brewer 20
ijtart fair. Won galloping.
Refers to Alexander Island series.