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LOCAL RIDERS PUNISHED
A Number Suspended for Competing
iu Unsanctioned Races.
Sims, Smitli, Morgim, Short, Boyle-,
Itlder, Convoy, Griffith, ami
Others on tlio List.
New York, June 10. Chairman Mott, of
the L. A. W. racing Loard, has distributed
fccveral national chamiioushlp races around
The third of a mile amateur national
championship is ass'gned to the national
circuit meelof the Atlanta Wheelmen, New
ark, August 14. The third of a mile
professional national championship and
the quarter and five-mile amateur national
championships are assigned to the Spr ng
field Eicyclc Club for September 14, 15,
The official bulletin makes the follow
For disturbing the peace of a race m&'t
"W Fred Sims, of Washington, D C, is
suspended until July 15, and after that
until further notice, pending a chaige or
unfair dealing In connection with cycling,
pooling and dividing winnings at a race
For competing in unsanctioned races at
"Washington, D. C, the following arc sus
pended to September 0, 1897: B. Smith,
Jay Morgan, E Short, E. Boyles, L Rider,
J Conroy, J. Griffith, H. McGowan, F.
Tucker, T Major, W. Armstrong and Bell,
Washington, I) C
Tor officiating at unsanctioned races at
Washington, D. C: W . II. L. Walcot t and
C Roberts, Washington, are prohibited
from appearing on the track at any race
meet held under L. A. W. mles, in any
capacity whatever until September 6,
Suspensions raked: J. E. Hanger, Wash
ington: W C. O'Connor, Washington;Daniel
F Sullivan, Georgetown College, Washing
The National Rifles' Excursion to
Tonight has been selected for the annual
excursion of the National Rifles, who have
chartered the steamer Macalester to take
them down the river to Marshall nail. Tin
boat vt ill leave her wharf at Seventh street
it 0 30 in the evening. Unfortunately
Ihc last two excursions of the National
Rifles have been attended with wet weathe
and consequently the attendance was.
Jomparatively small, but it is usually one
of the most popular excursions of the
year, in fact the party has generally been
so large that the boat has been taxed
"to her utmost to accommodate every one.
and if the weather Is propitious tonight the
number of tickets already sold will insure
a large crowd. The committee In charge
is composed of the following gentlemen;
Licit Fred. B N'ichols, chairman; Lient.
J 11. Cunningham, J W. Cameron, M C.
Summers, atid Messrs J. II. Clipper, J. H
Small, Jr., and Edward S. Bailey. Schroe
der's band will be on the boat and will
also furnish music for the dancers at the
"Hall;" all who have danced to its strains
know what excellent dance music its
musicians play. The hungry ones, and
those who have not had time to get their
dinner In town will find a delicious imvil
iwaitlng them at the restaurant. The
nanapement of Marshall Hall this year
s in charge of Mr. J. C. Knight, formerly
If Chamberlin's, and it is not possible
kt get a bett.-t cooked or served me d
In any restaurant in town. The Macal
rstcr has also set up a barber's shop, n
lhat now it Is not necessary to -wait to
ret shaved In town, as one can get a
good shave while going down the river
Another accommodation has also been
added In fut ire all bicycles will be carried
free of charge and can be checked on the
boat or at the grounds. Providing the
weather man isn't unkind, this excursion
promises to be the most enjoyable one
yo this enon, as the river Is looking i's
best and the bright moonlight and warm
weatner make the sail infinitely delightful
8.00 to Pittsburg and Hetnvn via
It. & O. R. R.
Account annual convention National Coun
cil, Jr , O. U. A M., the B. & O. R. R
will sell excursion tickets to Flttsburg,
good going June 13, 14, 17, 18; valid for
return until June 20, at rate of one fare
Tho craving for drink is a disease, a
marvelous cure for which has been dis
covered, called "Anti-Jag," which makes
the Inebriate lose all taste for strong diink
without knowing why, as it can be given
6ecretly in tea, corfee, soup, and the like.
ir "Anti-Jag" is not kept by your drug
gist, send one dollar to the Reuova Chemi
cal Co., 60 Broadway. Now York, and it
will be sent postpaid. In plain wrapper,
with full directions how to give secretly
iuxorinutiou mulled tree.
SENATORS Wll THE FIRST
They Defeat the Colonels ly a
Very Close' Score.
KING PITCHES FINE BALL
Cunningham Tilt at Opportune
Times Sharp Fielding by the
Statesmen Prevents tho Visitors
From Making More Huns Today
and Saturday Will Be Ladies. ' Day.
W. L. Fct.
Baltimore.... 32 9 .7S0
Boston 31 12 .721
Cincinnati 26 16 .619
New York... 22 17 .564
Cleveland.... 22 20
Brooklyn 22 21
Pittsburg 20 22
Louisville 17 26
Chicago 17 27
Washington... 15 26
St. Louis 8 38
Washington, 4; Louisville, 2.
Baltimore, 10: Pittsburg, 3.
Boston, 34; Chicago, li.
Cincinnati, 15; Brooklyn, O.
Clevelnud, 7; New York, 2.
Philadelphia, 8; St. Louis, 7.
Louisville at Washington.
Pittsburg at Baltimore.
Chicago nt Boston.
Cincinnati nt Brooklyn.
Cleveland nt Xew York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
"Silver" King was superb yesterday
afternoon, and to his pitching can be
ascribed the victory of the Senators over
the Louisvilles by a score of 4 to 2. The
home team fielded almost perfectly, and
the errors charged to BeMontreville ami
Selbach did not In any way cut a figure
in the score-
Nine clean hits were made by Wagner's
Wonders, and they had much to do with
sending the four runs across the plate.
MrCreery's wild throw let in one score
and another should have been added. As
It was, Umpire Emslie allowed a dead ball
to be In play, and called Tucker out at the
plate, Werden getting the put-out and
Butler the assist.
The ball thrown by the outfielder bound
ed Into the grand stand. Butler went
after it, but a jotmg lady had picked up
the ball and handed it to the catcher.
There was a genuine kick by Tom Brown
and some others of the Senatorial fellows,
but the umpire would not allow the claim.
The general verdict was that If the fair
fans had been out In force the visiting
player would never have got the ball.
Tom Blown gave a wonderful exhibi
tion of sprinting in the outfield. Be ran
way Into Selbach's territory and cap
tured Butler's short fly on a dead run. .ind
as heca'ighttheball he fell and rolled over.
The 2.000 spectator, Went wild with en
thusiasm, and shouted themselves hoarse.
Cunningham, heretofore effective against
the Senators, was found early in the
game, and was hit opportunely O'Brien
cracked out two long doubles. One ho
thought was elastic, but he found out
that he could not stretch it Into a
triple. Abbey also gets credit for a.
double, which ordinarily would be a
single, by a clever piece of ducking at
second. Tucker hatted well, and one of
his singles earned DeMontrevllle's run.
Selbach got an error because he en
deavored to monkey with Stafford's single.
Reilly and O'Brien fielded in pennant
winning fashion, and Farrell's catching
was one of the features of tho game.
Butler made his first appearance In the
League and with the exception of a wild
throw to second he caught a good game.
Clarke had chaige of the Colonels yes
terday, having been made mnnager-cai-taln
befoie the game. Be did himself
proud at the bat and in the field. Tom
McCreery captured a fly off the bleacher
fence, aud saved a home run.
The Senators scored one run in the
.wood on singles by Farrell and Tucker
and Butler's wild throw.
Two more were sent across the plale -m
singles by Selbach, DeMontreville and
Tuekei and McCrecry's error.
In the seventh O'Bueu and' Abbey made
doubles and Brown a single, but only one
ran could be scored.
The Coio.iels did not score until the sixth,
of the inducements
to smoke or cheM
are me en toy
men k it sfforas
&nd the saving
when Clarke hit for a single, stole second
und crossed the plate on, Stafford's safe
one to left.
After Stafford struck out in the ninth
Werden hit for three bases and scored on
McOreery'shingle. Butler flew out to Abbey
and Clinginan walked. With two out, two
men on bases, and two runs to tic the
score, Johnson forced Clingman at second.
Washington. AB. R. n. PO.A.E.
Brown, c. f 3 0 12 0 0
Selbach, 1. f 4 0 12 11
BeMontreville, bs 4 1112 1
Farrell, e..' 4 2 13 10
Tucker, lb 4 0 2 0 0 0
Reiliy.ab 3 0 0 3 3 0
Abbey, r. f 3 113 0 0
O'trien, 2b...-....".. 2 0 2 0 10
King, p : 3 0 0 12 0
Tctjl-. 30 4 "ft 27 10 2
Louisville. AB.R. H.PO.A. E.
Clarke, 1. f -a 12 2 10
I'lckerlng.c.f 4 0 0 10 0
Stnfftrj.hs 4 0 12 3 0
Weiden, lb 4 1 1 10 0 0
McCreery, r.f 3 0 14 11
Butlor.c 4 0 0 3 2 1
Clingnian, 3b 3 0 0 2 10
Joliiuon,2b 4 0 10 10
Cunningham, p 3 0 0 0 10
Totals 32 2 0 24 10 2
Washington 0120 001 0 x 4
Louisville 00 00 0 100 1-2
Earned l tins Washington, 2; Louisville,
1. Three-bate hit Weiden. Two-base
hits OlBrien, 2; Abbey. First base by
enor. Louisville, 1. Lef ton bases Wash
ington, 3; Louisville, 0. First base on
balls Oft King, 2; off Cunningham, 1.
Struck out By King, 3; by Cunningham, 3.
Stolen bases Tucker, O'Brien, Clarke.
Double plajs McCreery and Werden. Bit
by pitcher By Cunningham, 1. Umpire
Mr. Emslie. Time of game 1 hour and
Ladies' Day Today aud Saturday.
Through the kindness of President Pul
liam, Mr. Wagner has been able to make
today and Saturday ladies' days. The
two te'im are not scheduled for tomorrow
aud the third game will be played on
THE PHILLIES' XAHHOW ESCAPE.
The Heconstrueted Browns Give
Them a Ilnrd Fight.
Philadelphia, June 10. Much interest cen
tered in the appearance of the St. Louis
team on the grounds this season since t'ne
reconstruction of the club by the trans
fer or Philadelphia players to It. Six of
the nine men who played on the St. Louis
team were old Phllndelphians, aud they
gave the locals a chase which .seeumdas If
it would result in another defeat. Caisey
occupied the box tor the visitors and Tooled
his old companions greatly. Score:
Philadelphia. It. H.PO.A. E.
Cooley.c. t 2 10 10
Uowd, 2b 2 2 2 5 3
Lajoie, lb 1 2 10 1 0
Belehanty.Lf 2 110 0
Boyle, c 0 0 4 10
Gcier.r. f 0 2 10 0
Nash, s .s. ... ....-. 0 12 0 0
Fifield.p 0 0 0 0 0
Wheeler, p : 0 0 0 10
Totals 8 10 27 10 S
St. Louis. R. II. PO.A.E.
Turner, r. f o I 3 u 0
Balhnan,2b 0 0 2 3 1
Bartman, 3b '. 0 0 2 2 0
Douglas., c. 14 3 10
Grady, lb 0 0 S 0 0
Lally.l. J 10 0 0 0
Cross.s. s 3 3 3 0 1
Hartey.c. f 2 2 2 12
Carscy, p 0 114 1
Totals 7112411 5
Philadelphia 3 0 0 0021 2 x-8
St Louis 0 0 23 2 0 00 0-7
Earned runs St. LouIb, 2; Philndelphiat
1. Two-base hits Lajoie, Dowd. Lert on
bases -Philadelphia ,9; St.I.ouls,7.. Struck
out Cooley, Grady, Lally. First baoe on
errors Philadelphia, 5; St Louis, 2. Fir&t
base on ball" Turner, Geler, L'owd, Grady,
Cross, Delchauty, Nash Time or game
2 hours. Umpires McDermott and McDon
ald. TWELVE ItUNS IX ONE INNING.
The Beds nave nu Ensy Time With
the Trolley Dodgers.
Brooklyn, June 10. After two rnns
had been scored iu the second inning,
chances were offered Che home players to
retire the Cincinnatls. Two poor throws
to the plate and Anderson's muff then al
lowed Ewing's men to add ten more
runs to their score. Score:
Brooklyn. R. B.PO.A. E.
Griffin, c. f 2 2 10 0
Jones, r. f. 2 4 2 0 0
Anderson, 1. f 110 0 2
Shindle, 3b 0 0 2 0 0
LaChance, lb 1 1 9 0 0
Canavan,2b 0 3 12 1
Shoch, s. s : 0 0 2 2 2
Grim, c 0 15 11
Payne, p 0 0 0 10
Fisher, p 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 0 12 27 10 0
Cincinnati. R. B. PO.A.E.
Burke, I. f ; 12 4 0 0
Uolllday.c.f. 10 10 0
Corcoran, 2b 2 12 0 0
Irwin, 3b 2 3 4 4 0
Miller, r. f 12 10 0
Pietz, c 12 3 10
Ritchey, s. s. 3 10 12
Beckley, lb 3 212 0 0
Briiiteustein.p 110 2 0
Totals 15 14 2714 2
Brooklyn 0 001300 0 2 0
Cincinnati 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 015
Earned runs Brooklyn, 3; Cincinnati, 3.
First base on errors Brooklyn, 2; Cincin
nati, 2. Left on bases Brooklyn, S; Cin
cinnati, 7. Borne run Corcorun. Three
base lilts Jones, Brelteusteiii. Two-base
iiits Anderson, Irwin, 2. First base on
balls-Off Payne, l; off Fisher. 4; off
Breitensteln, 1. Struck out-By Fisher, l;
by Breitensteln, 2. Double play Brelten
stein, Irwin and Beckley. Passed ball
Pietz. Wild pitch Breltcnstein. Time
of game 2 hours. Umpire Mr. Sheridan.
ONI --SIDED CONTEST.
The Champion Orioles Easily De
feat the Piitsburg Pirates.
Baltimore, June 1G. The champions de
feated the Pirates in a one-sided contest,
taking a lead in the second inning which
thcyheld throughout the game. Brilliant
plays by Davis and Jennings were the
features of the game. Klllen tried to beg
off from pitching, and when Donovan
insisted that he should go In, grew sulky.
Be gave the first man up his base on
balls and hit a batter. Donovan then
yanked him out, substituting Hastings,
who did wellaftcr thefourthjnning. Score:
Baltimore. R. B. PO.A.E.
McUraw,3b 10 12 1
Keeler, r. f 2 12 0 0
Jennings, s. s 2 14 7 0
Doyle, lb 1 2 14 0 0
Reitz,2b T 12 0 0 1
O'Brien, I. f 0 110 0
Qulun, c. f 13 10 0
Bowerman,o 113 10
Nops.p.....' 10 12 0
Totals 10 11 27 18 2
Pittsburg. R. II. PO.A.E.
SiinUi, 1. r 0 0 4 0 1
Pudaea,2b 0 13 4 1
Davis,3b 0 10 3 2
Biodie, c. f 0 13 0 0
Donovan, r.f 0 12 0 0
Ely, s. s : 1112 1
Leahy, c 0 13 0 0
Sugdaa.lb. 10 7 10
Killea.p 0 0 0 0 0
Hasting3,p 10 110
Totals.... 3 0 2411 5
Baltimore 2 50 3000 0.-10
Pittsburg 00200 0 10 03
Earned runs Baltimore, 3. Two-base lut
Bowermftn. Three-base hit Doyle. Left
on bases Baltimore, 4; Pittsburg, 5. Stolen
liases McGraw, 2; Jennings, Bov.'crman,
Doyle, Keeler, Rcitz.Quinu, 2: Ely. Double
plays Eeltz, Jennings and Doyle, 2; Elx
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2. First base on balls -Off Nops,
4, orr Klllen, 1. Bit by pitched ball- By
Kllle.i, 1. struck out By isops -; y
Bastings, 2. Time of game 2 houra Um
GIANTS PLAY PCOH BALL.
The Clcvelnnds Were Very Fnst
aud nit Husle Freely.
New York, June 10. The New Yorks
could do little or nothing with W.lson'a
pitching today, and also played poor bail
iuotnerrespecs. TiiuOleveluuds were 'very
fast, and nit Rusle freely. The fielding of
Wallace was by long odds the feature.
Sockalexis hit Rusie for a home run In
the first inning. Score:
New York. R. H.PO.A. E.
Van Haicren, a t :s 0 13 0 0
Tiernau, r. t :li.... 113 0 0
Joyce, 3b . ..jVf. 0 0 12 2
l)avis,s. s s.V?.. ?..... '01031
Uleason, b. .....'. 0 0 3 3 0
Warner.c- U..r..C... 1 0 10 1 1
Clark, lb f.Vl 0 2 0 0 0
Holmes', l.f. -.....'.., 0 0 111
Ruble, :". f. 0 10 2 0
Totals 2 0 27 12 5
Cleveland . R. H.PO.A. E.
Burkett.l. f 2 2 2 2 0
Childs,2b 1114 0
Sockalexis, r. f 12 0 11
WalIaco,3b 0 115 0
Tebcau, lb 1 2 14 1 0
McKean, s. s 0 110 1
McAleer, c. f 114 0 0
O'Connor,, c 0 13 0 1
Wilson, p 11110
Totals 7 1227 20 3
Cleveland 10020020 2-7
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Earnedruns-Cleveland, 1. Two-basehtts
Clark, 2. Three-base hit Wallace. Home
run Sockalexis. Stolen bases Tiernan,
Davis, 2. First base on errors -Cleveland,
2; New York, 1. Firet base on balls Off
Wilson, 1; Rusie, 1. Struck out By Wil
son, l; by Rusie, 4. Hit by pitcher By
Wilson, 2. Left on bases New York, -i:
Cleveland, 0. Umpire O'Bay. Time of
game 2 hours.
BOSTONS KEEP UP THElll WORK.
Hard aud Connected Hitting Give
Them Another Victory.
Boston, June 10. Hard and connected
hitting gave Boston another victory today.
Callahan was especially easy for Stivetts,
Collins, Long and Nichols. It was girt
day for the Chicago men, Connor, Callahan
and Donahue receiuug watcnesfiom Fitch
buigand Taunton friends, while Anson aud
Kiundge were remembered by floral de
Boston. It. II. PO.A.E.
Hamilton, c. f 2 12 0 0
Tenney, lb 2 l 11 0 0
Loug.ss :.. 13 3 3 0
Duffy, 1. f 2 110 0
Stivetts, r. f 3 3 2 0 0
Lowe, 2b 2 2 2 3 0
Coilins,3b 0 3 12 1
Bergen, c 115 0 2
Nichols, p 13 0 3 0
Totals 14 18 27 11 3
Chicago. R. H. PO.A.E.
Everett, 3b 0 0 0 3 0
McCormick.ss 0 0 3 3 1
Thornton, c.f 0 10 0 0
Anson, lb 0 0 8 0 0
Decker, I. f ... 1110 0
Ryan, r.f 1 0 15 0 1
Connor,2b i.- 0 2 3 3 1
Klttndgcc ."." 0 0 4 10
Callahan, p : 2 2 0 4 2
Donahue, p 0 1 0 0 0
Totals I 3 8 2414 5
Boston i 0 1323 03 2 x 14-
Chicago 00011010 03
Earned runs Boston l7f Two-base hits
Long, Callahan. Throe-base hits DuKy,
Stivetts, Lowe, Collins, nipitic run Bergen.
Stolen base Long: Bases, on balls Off,
Nichols 2, off Callahan 2. Struck out By
Nichols 3 , by Callahan -2. Left on bases
Boston 0. Chicago 7. Firstbase on errors
Boston 3 , Chicago 1. Double plays Calla
han, Connor and Anson: Connor and
Anson; Collins, Long and Tenney. Time
of game 1 hour and 55 minutes. Umpiie
Mr. Lynch. Attendance 3,900.
Other Games Yesterday.
Brown 3 10 40 20 3 1-13
Bits Brown 15, Harvard 9. Errors
Brown 2, Harvard 3. Batteries Sumn.ers
gitl and Dunn; Payne and Scannell.
At S yracuse
Syracuse 000011 0 0 0-2
Buffalo 0 00 10 000 01
Hits- Syracuse 4, Buffalo 9.. Errors
Syracuse 2, Buffalo 1. , Batteries Mul
larfcey aud Ryan; Gray andTJrquhart.
Scrauton 0 0,0000000-0
Providence 120031 0.0 0-7
Hits Su an ton 2, Providence 0. Errors
Seranton 2, Providence 1. Batteries
Gilien ad Boyd; Brown-ana Dixon,
BALD AGAIN DEFEATS CCOPEH.
Tho Two Crucks Fight Another
Great Bnttlo Down the Stretch.
Blnghamtou, N. Y., June 10. Bald won
the mile open today from Tom Cooper by
an open length In another great battle
down the stretch at the circuit meet of
the Blnghamtou Athletic Club.
The day was perfect for racing, and over
2,000 people turned out. Church, Bild,
Newhoube, Cooper, Randall, and Brock
qualified for the mile open, aud facfd the
starter In the order named from the pol".
A tandem paced aud Cooper caught the
position. Down the stretch It was a battle
royal, and Cooper lost by but an open
length, although Bald worked as hard as
Dawson won as he pleaded in the two
third mile open. In the final of the mile
handicap, Dawson and Powell started
BaUfs exhibition mile was ridden in
2:01, paced by Church and Maya. Sum
maries: Mile open Professional. Bald, won;
Cooper, k( ond; Charles Church, third.
Two-thiids of n mile Amateur. Ray
Dawson, won; E. 0. Haynes, Buffalo,
second; I. A. Powell, third. Time, 1:33 1 5
One-mile handicap Amateur. F I.
Weale, Eltnlra (110 jardsl, dead heat with
C. S. Scoville, Syracuse (70 yards) ,
R S. Rlker, Blnghamtou ( 100 yard"), third.
Time, 2:14 4-5.
Two-mile handicap Professional Teddy
doodman (30 yardtii, won; L. A. Callahan
(scratch), second; C.H. Werwlck (40 yards t,
third; Y J. HeKert (100 yards), fourth.
Time, 4 53.
SLOAN WINS FOUH RACES.
Tho Clever Lightweight Jockey's
Great Hiding at Gravesend.
New York, June 10. Tod Sloane, the
clever lightweight Jockey, was in great
form at Gravescnd this afternoon. He
had five mounts out of the seven races
and won the Brookdale Ilaudicup at one
mile and a furlong with Lehman; the
Falcon Stakes for three-year-olds, with
Petrel, and landed .purse races with Dc
lando and Halma. In his other race he
was a good second to Kitefoot, with Mr
The weather and track were perfect for
first-clasp sport aud the attendance large.
First race Five furlongs. Fixed Star,
112, Penn, 0 to 1, won; Dog Town, 112,
O'Leary, 4 to 1, second; Laudeman, 112,
Thorpe, 15 to 1, third. Time, 103 1-1.
Second race Elx furlongs. Dolando.100,
Sloan, 11 to 5, won; Trcmago, 10S, Penn,
12 to 1 , second; Brisk, 105, Martin, 0 to
1, third. Time, 1:15.
Third race Mlleand a furlong. Lehman,
10 J, Sloan, 7 to C, wou; Lake Shore, 115,
Thorpe, 4 to 1, second; Dutch Skater, 112.
Martin, 0 to 1, third. Time, 155.
Fourth race Mlleand a.slxteenth Petrel,
98, Sloan, 8 to 5, won; Leedsvllle, 101,
Mai tin, 0 to 1, second; Haphazard. 101,
Hewitt, S to 1, third. Time, 1:50 1-4
Fifth race Five furlongs. Kitefoot,
119, McCafferty, 8 to 5, won; Mr. Baiter,
104, Sloan, 5. to 1, bccond; Don't Care,
108, Penn, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:02 1-2.
Sixth race One mile. Halma, 112,
Sloane, 8 to 5, won; Brandyv.ine, 112,
Martin, 21-2 to 1, second; Arabian, 107,
Thorpe, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:42 1-2.
Seventh race -Six rurlmix. Billali, 97,
O'Connor, 4 to 1, won; Gotham, 117, Mc
Cafferty, 7 to 5, second; Harrington, 110,
Simrns, 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:10 1-2.
Cincinnati, June 10. One favorite was
left at tlie pot today at Latonla in the
fourth race, and In the fifth two first
choices fell, with no damage resulting, ex
cept to the pocketbooks of the public. Re
sults: First race Seven furlongs. Oscuro, 9 t,
Huston, 2 to 1, won; Filibuster, second;
Bleakmore. third. Time, 123 1-2.
Second race Five furlongs. Ohlcopee, 0
to 1, won; George B. Cox, second; Mc
Cleary, third. Time, 1:02 1-4.
Third race Seven furlongs. J B. C,
4 to 1, won; GId Law, second; Blanton,
third. Time, 1:28 1-2.
Fourth race One mile. Dago, 7 to 1,
won; Freco, second. Captain Peirsall,
third. Time, 1:42 3-4.
Fifth race -Five furlongs. French Gray,
2 to 1, won; May Agnes, second; Effie
Oline, third. Time, 103 1-2.
Sixth race Handicap hurdle; one and a
hair miles. War Bonnet, 2 to 1, won;
Uncle Jim, second; Col. Weightrnan, third.
Time, 2:47 1-2.
St. Louis Snmmnrles.
St. Louis', June 10. Today's results:
First lace- Six furlongs. Dew Drop, 5
to 1. won; May Gallop, second; Queen Mab,
third. Time, 1:15 1-2.
Second race One mile. Muskalogne, S
to 1, won; Bob Mllhcan, i-eeond; Infliiu
mntor, third. Time, 1:43 1-2.
Third race Five furlongs. Guide Rock,
9 to 1, won; Fred Braens, second; Our
Chance, thiid. Time, 1:03 1-2.
Fourth rare One arid one-sixteenth miMs
Dare II, 8 to 1 , won' Bing Dinger, second.
Seabrooke, third. Time, 14G 1-2.
Firth race Five furlongs. St. Alphonsus
D ,3to2. won'.Equitouie, second; LeonaG.,
third. Time, 1:04 1-4.
Sixth race Six furlongs, St. Nicholas,
3 to 2, won; St. Augustine, second; Blttzcn's
Sister, third. Time, 1:15
New York Y'aeht Club Begattn.
New York, June 10. The fifty-second
annual regatta of the New York Yacht
Club will be Failed over the courses of the
club in the lower bay tomorrow. Nearly
all the cracks among the schooners aud
sloops bavc been entered, while a special
race lias been arranged for the popular
clas of thirty-footers The old cup de
fender Vigilant will race the Bedou'n
By special agreement the Vigilant will
give the Bedouin the unprecedented time al
lowance of 32 minutes and 50 seconds.
Jimmy Rogers Released.
The Lonisllle management han given
Jimmy Rogers his ten days' notice or
release Hemming, the i itcher, has nlo
been released. Rogers has not made lip
hi mind as to what he will do, but Jimmy
will not be long without an engagement.
He would make an excellent first baseman
for I'lttsburg or Cincinnati.
Meikolhum -Will Referee.
New York, June 10. William L. Meikel
ham, Columbia, '80, has been selected as
referee of the Yale-Harvard-Cornell boat
race at l'oughkeepsie, In place of Herman
Oelrichs, who rinds that he will be un
able to be present at the time or the race..
Miners Refuse to Reduce Wages.
Columbus, Ohio, June 10. The coal
operator of Ohio last night asked the
miners' icpresetitatlvcs to accept a mining
scale or 45 cents a ten. The present rate
is 5i cents a ton The miners refused to
accept the terms, and another conference
will be held June 25.
Tlj-enti at Largo iu Chicago.
Chicago, June 10. Jim, the vicious hy
ena at Lincoln Park, Is free. He escaped
from his cage yesterday, and, although
almost the entire force of park police
men were or. tils trail until midnight,
their animal-hunt was in vain.
For LinCn nil Kentucky Homespun
Suits place tout order with Keen's
tailors, 1310 3? at.
ForBUIou3ati'l Ncrvon disorder such a
Giddiness. Fullnoas nnd Swelling after meals,
of Beat. Loss of Appetite, Shortne of lire ith.
of these Pills, and they will ba acknowledged to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
BEECHAM'S FILLS, taken a? d rooted, will ijuickly reUoro females to co npljta health.
They promptly reiuovo obstructions or irregularities or the system. For a
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER
they act like magic a few doses will work wonder? up-m tho Vital organs; atrenzthfalng tho
-macular pvstcin, restoring tho long-loat complexion, brinsbig'tnc'c t:io koon oilgj of appe
tite, and arous ng with the ISnaabml of health tho lvliole phyidcU ennrsy of xlu human
traino. These are facta auinittrd hv thousands, in all classes o- society, and one of the boit
guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is thac Beech tin's I'HU huvo tho Lare-it .ileof
any l'atent Mediclno in tho World.
WITHOUT A RIVAL. Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes..
25c at Drug More, or ubl be bent by U. S. Ajren:?, B. F. ALLKN iCO., Mt Caal St.
New York, cost p-iid, upon receipt of price, liook freo uon application.
HIS GHQ1GET0JQ TO JAIL
Mr. Martin Refuses to Connect
His Hcnse With a Sewer.
PROSPECT OF A LONG TERM
Will Be Ke.'-entenced After Servlnir
Thirty Days if He Still Declines
to Obey the Law "Plead No
Money and Befuhe. to Mortgage
His Property. t
Robert Martin," an elderly and finely
dressed man, yesterday In the police court
announced that he Intended to serve a
thirty days sentence In Jail rather than
connect his residence, No. 508 G Etrcet
southeast, with the public sewer, although
he acknowledged that by mortgaging his
property he could procure "the money to
Be was Informed that the serving or
a sentence would not release him from
the obligation to comply with the regu
lations, but that, upon his dismissal from
Jail, he might be again sent there if
he continued to neglect the sanitary con
dition of his premises; but, nevertheless,
he persisted in his refusal.
Martin has been served with a notice
that he was liable to ariest for his fadure
to provide bis premises with proper drain
age three times, but never paid theslighest
' attention to the warnings. Finally, after
a private Interview with him. In wbi.h
ttie only excuse he would give was th it
he had no ready money, Inspector Beau
mont could see no other course but to take
out a warrant for him.
Accordingly Mr Martin wa in the police
court yeteiday, attired in a silk hat and
well-fitting frock coat, which accorded illy
with the plea or poverty which he made
in answer to the charge against him.
Martin asknowledged that he owned his
houe, vnlued at $2,000, but laughed at the
suggestion made by the judge and the as
sistant district attorney that he should
mortgage his house ror $50 and have the
work done "My property has always been
without Incumbrance," he said, "and I
propose to keep It so"
It was developed that Mr. Martin has
a son In good circumstances, "but here
again the defendant refused to accept the
court's suggestion, that he apply to him
'Now, Mr. Martin, I am willing to give
you thirty dajs within which to comply
with the regulations. Will you prornNe to
have the connections made in that time?"
asked Judge Kimball, In a kindly tone
"No, sir; I will not promise anything."
"Why will you not borrow $30 on your
property.'" urged Assistant District Attor
ney Mullowny. -
"Fecausa I don't choose to."
"Then," said Mr. Mullowny, losing pa
tience, "I would ask your honor not to
offer the defendant any further favors.
We have held out to him everything within
reason, but he seems determined to be
Imprisoned and I do not see what the
Government can do hut comply with his
"You understand, Mr Martin." then
said the court, "that even after jou have
served one Fentencefor jour offence, nr,
ticc will again be served upon you to comply
with the regulations, and upon your fa lure
to do so, you will aga.n be brought I efoie
me. So that unless you either sell yo-jr
house or connect it with the sewer you
would bid fair to spend theiest of your
life in Jail "
"Now, I don't know when I have had a
more distasteful task than that of sen
tencing a man of your evident ace and
respectability to jail, but as you so stub
l)ornlv decline to meet any of my propolis
half way, the law leaves me no al'emative
I shall have to fine you S151 one dollar
for each day which has passed since the
notice was first herved upon you, and in
default of payment you are sentenced to
thirty days In jail."
"As I cannotpaymy fine,"said Mr Mar
tin, Indifferently, "I will have to serve
out my sentence," and he walked back
into the deck, thereto wait, with the other
prisoners, for the van to convey them
Princeton's Closing Day.
Princeton, N- J., June 10. The one-hun
died and fifteenth annual commencement
exercises at Princeton University were
held this morning. The closing day of
the ceremonies brought out the largest
crowd of the week, and the front of
the campus was thronged by the friends
and relatives of the graduating classes
The Latin salutatory was delivered by
Henry Norris Russell, otNew York. Robert
Comis, of Ohio, was the class orator
The valedictory oration was delivered by
John Henry Kcener.of Pennsylvania, whose
subject was the "Love of Excellence "
New President of St. Mary's College.
New York, June 10. The Rev. W. L.
O'Hara, who was bom in Brooklyn, and
was an assistant lu a church in that city
for some time, has been elected president
of St. Mary's Catholic College, at Emniltts
burg, Md. He has been a professor of
Latin, Gi cek and philosophy in the college
To the Editor of The Times:
Our bicycle scmad being the most alert
and vigilant section of the "Finest," why
not send them on a cross country run after
the murderer, Foultz?
This is not intended as a compliment to
the "Golfy Corps," but merely as a sug
gestion whereby they might be employed in
a really useful direction.
Not a Wheelman.
Hundreds of thousands have been In
duced to tiy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
by reading what it has dono for others,
and, having tested its merits for them
selves, are today Its warmest friends For
sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and Retail
Drugg-.st, 938 F street northwest, and
Connecticut avenue and S street uorth-
Wind anil Pain In thi Stomach. SIc'c Ilonltiir.e,
"Dizziness. -vi I DrowsineM.Cold GrIL. Flashings
Costlvonosi. lilotcaes on tne SKln. Disturbed
FOR SALk: MISCELLANEOUS. I
FOR SALE We arc showing a ery large
assortment or Moxley's improved Dry-
-lr iCl .. .. .l.v. , ... ... Jllflllll-
cal ror hotels, butchers and grocers. THE
j. i. Mu.vL.i-jy: iuE box and fixture
CO., factory rear or 214, 210, 218 bthst
FOR KALE Will sell my Sfro wheel Tor
fcao; practically brand new. 032 L
st. ne. jei7-3C
.r OR SALE A stylish bay mare, about 15
hanas ingn, wewit. yGo, gentle anu well
broken. Apply U. W. FRED, 101-3 7th st.
FOR SALE Youngs' best butter 23c, or
5 pounds lor :!; and you know the qual
ity cannot be equaled tu Washaigton. R.
B YOUNGS, 70 and 77 O st. market, and
Ob Riggs market. Postal orders promptly
rilled. v 17-36
FOR SALE-Sideboard, $3; gas globes,
13c; wamut ueuroom suite, v.ou; ono
at s3; odK uedrooiu sec, 5l, Ui.nghcoalc
rolding bed, Hd; cherry foldm0 ia.-d, 9;
extra massive blacic walnut ueuiuom set,
15, cost $150; extension piano lamp, S9,
cost !s4u- pd.ior sJtoe, tt piece-', iv. nand
fcoine oak wardrobe, 9; bed lounge, $8;
D.irber's mirror, $;odd bedsu-aus, bureaus
and washstands, rosewood, antique table
oil cloths and linoleum; down stairs. 921
N. Y. ave. jel3-3t
-FUR SALE-A tnlrty-gallon milk tank.
In first-class condition; cheap Call 415
Walnut st , net, tj and R nw. jel0-3t-em
FOR SALE Two folding beds and mat
tresses, ueaily new; 3. to eacii; cost
SlOeach. 003 P st. nw. It
FOR SALE Grocery, meat, and provision
store, cneap. Can at 1-dO u it. nw.
j el 0-36
.bOK &ALU 4. glass butter refrigerators;
l 40-gaiion 4-can Ice cream cabinet;
4 Ice ciiesfa, L laigc sectlouut meat L-oxes,
4 l-2xxa 1-2; 2 meoium 3x5x7 1-2; no
reasonable orter reiusea anu terms easy.
Tne J. 1 MO.VL.El UJe. BUX Jc i-i.vfUKE
CU., rear 214, 210, 218 bth st. ne.
FOR SALE Bedroom suites varnished and
made to look like new for S1.30; worK
done at your own nome, also furniture
stored Jn cry, clean rooms, at 73o. per
month per load. Address A. L. KENDIG,
407 4 1-2 st. sw. je!5-7t
FOR SALE -Good shuck mattresses, with
fancy tickiug and bound edges, for
$4.50, on installments, 50c. cash, and 23c.
weetcly Call or address A. L. KENDIG,
407 4 1-2 st. sw. jel&-7C
POR SALE Two 10-gal. ice cream ma
chines, iu good oruer. At 4 renton
place ne Jel5-3C
FOR SALE-Awnmg; U reet wide;alinosC
new. 1221 Pa. ave., up stairs jel5-3C
FOR SALE New Standard sewing
machine; suitaole for tailor or awning
maker; t2;; regular price, $15. At OP
PENBEIMER's NEW HOME AGENCY,
514 yth so. Xnire, accoruio aim other
plaiting done. je!5-3t
FUR SALE-A great bargain; violin worth
s130; mandolin worth Js-3, wiU sell both
ror 550. Address IJNSTKL'Mr.N'ia, this
FOR SALE One pool table, and one baga
telle taole, complete; also license. HUUH
BARTEN, Brightwood P. O., D. C.
EM RICH'S wood, oak or pine, frplit or
blocks; $1.50 one-quarter cord; drop
postal. 01O a. ave- se. Jel2-lmo,em
FOR SALE New cabin
bth s'j. nw.
FRO SALE Typewriter in splendid con
dition; $3 a month, or sell for $3S cash.
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN, this office.
FOR SALE Owner will sell at pilvato
sale a lot of household gcous, in good
condition, e.ttier .n suites or by tie single
piece, can be seen until 7 p iu., Thuuday,
June 17, at 310 ind-ave. nw. jt;i t-at,em
FOR SALE-Will sell entire furniture of
7-room nouse, at a great sactiiice, for
cash; purchaser cj.n rent nice modern brick
house; all conveniences and live rent free.
Address B. B., this office. jel4-3B
FOR SALE- Complete amateur photo
graphic outfit: camera, 3x7, ca;,tiipodt
seven placeholders, oausch and Lomb lens
and shutter; uiindiacic lens anu -nuuer, re
ducing camera, optical Ianteru.a.m alt ac
cessories; hair price. Address HYPO.,
this orrice. jel2-ot-em
FOR SALE -Fresh cows; always on hand;
would also evenangeror tirytxjwo. .iau.
DENEKAS. 3510 Brightwood avenue.
53. A CALIGKAPH TYPEWRITER. $3.
Five dollars per mouth will buy a Call
graph Typewriter, standard make, guaran
teed and kept lu perrect wording order
Prices SIO, 550 uud $00. Preliminary in
structions given. NEW-MAN B TYPE
WRITER AGENCY, Oil 7th st. my.lo-lm
FOR SALE Bull terriers, Tox terriers, col
lies, spaniels, Dauchenund, puppies;
cheap, alsos wans, pearo wis, etc. SCHMID'S
BlliU STOKE, 712 12th st. nw. je2-tr-eiu
FOR SALE Feed-water heater, smoke
stack (30 Inches diameter, 7o reel high),
water-tube boiler ttO horse power), arid
two power transmitters: all m riist-class
condition: no reasonahle orrer refused.
Apply to G.C. THOMPSON, Chief Engineer
Purity Ice Co., Armory place, near 5th
and L sts- nw. fe25-tf
VOi: SALE SUBURBAN.
FORSlVLE-At Silver Hill, Md., 28 acre3
of land, house, barn, good water, and
plenty of fruit; only 1 1-2 tulles from Bls
trict line; a bargain ror cash, h'-e owner
on place, MRS. M. It. RIDGEWAY.
FOR SALE Lot 50x150 It. on Princeton
st.; beautir..lly situated; 52,000 ; between
Bri'-htwood anu rliL-rmuu ti.n- .. .itcau
est lot in that -vicinity; easy terms. A. F.
H., this office. jel4-3t,em
FOR HIKE To drummers and busineM
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $.J
oer day, aud special prices for pleasure
driving. Apply to the REX STABLES,
rear 615 E st nw.; telephono call, 109.
FOR R' NT-COTTAGE.
FOR SALE -A lot at Colonial Beach, with
small cottage; corner lot; a bargain; will
sell at cost; purchased 3 years ago. Ad
dress B. E T , this ornce. It-em
When stamped on Athletic
Gocdr, und Bicycles means
New 1800 models. Men's, $50;
Women's, $00. 1897 tires and
Christy Saddle. Spalding's guaran
.tec. Sold en installments.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.,
i 1013 Pa
1013 Pa. Ave.