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TBS MOKINa TIMSS, FRIDAY, SEFTJ5MBElt 10, 1897.
THE SEiTWIN AG1
They Defeat the Indians Iy One
Rmi in Eight Innings.
WIN MERCER'S POOR WORK
Pitcher Powell Hit for n Total of
Twenty-two Buses, "While the
Senatorial Twirler Is Tonchetl
Up to the Tune of Fourteen Hits,
With it Total of Twenty Buses.
Baltimore.... 79 33
Boston SI 35
BR New York... 75 40
4 Cincinnati 65 47
5C Cleveland.... 57 58
6(3 Washington... 52 61
1cm Chicago 52 64
fefcs Brooklyn. 51 65
rhiladelphia.,51 65 .440
Pittsburg 49 65 .430
Louisvflle.....49 67 .422
St. Lcuis 27 8S .235
GAM US YESTERDAY.
TVaxhingtiui, J); Cleveland, 8.
JlnlUmoro, 3; Louisville, -
Hovtou, 13; t. Lonls. .
Pittsburg, 5; Xew York, 4.
e York, G; Pittsburg, 2.
Brooklyn, 7; Cincinnati, 1.
Philadelphia. 5; Chicago, 4.
Cleveland at Washington.
Lnlsvllle at Baltimore.
u iI.Hnlh at UuhioD.
Ofcii4i( i at IfiiMtktyn.
JPfntstMirg at New York.
Ohtcago at Philadelphia.
Witt rurteeji hits, Tom Brown's slow
Trot oh a iu.ll that any ordinary fielder
eImhM have easily caught, but which went
To ree-bagger for Hobby Wallace.and
liib horrtliJe muff of Young's riy in the
serenUi, the CSevdands could not win at
NvnI Park yesterday afternoon.
Tamey Tfbeau was as docile as tlie
prcntwubd Huh lamb tliat followed Mary
to edioot. Ho played bard to put the
game oa his side, and the way the In
(!um started It looked an though they
wofclvc easy time. Several Senators,
liuwtwtr, had their eagle eyes, and oppor
tune hitttag won the third victory hy a
EOure t 9 to S.
Yimi Mr. Powoil was on the rubber for
the viHttore, and, although lie was hit
hard U time.. he hud the best of the argu
ment jiUm local twirler. Powell has been
very infective, but tlie Statesmen clipped
him in bunches.. This wab especially true
in ie fourth when three triplet, and two
singles were made. After that he wa
euoeoaeffel. except in one inning, when
anottter Uuve-bagger and a single carne
In quick succession.
Mercer's work was not up to his best.
He efiied jute Mice a flabby prize fighter
lie ban a kick with the umpire hi nearlj
every Inning because of alleged wretched
decteic!, on balls and strikes. The chances
are that Carpenter was off, but there i
very lttUe use to make a protest, as It
avails naegltt, and then the patrons of
the game don't care to see a player
kicking against an umpire to Ehield his
own Fhortrcomiugs. The delay Is very
The gHie was fearnreless, except the
heavy httiing by both teams, lu fact
it was a regular slugging match. The
visitor began in the first inning and did
not lt op until the seventh. Mercer
struck BwrKett out in the first inning
and Wallace's bit went Into center. Brown
"Go after it,'" yeHed Selbacb, and the
captain of the Statesmen started. Hewn
too late, the bidl getting away from him
and netting a three-bagger. McKean and
Picturing followed with singles and Te
beau lined out a double. The two next
me wear outon infield hits. Thnteruns
Voting singled in the second and after
Powell and Burkett were retired, Wallace
walked and McKean and Pickering hit
sa'ely, soaring two runs. Tebeau was
cleverly thrown out by DeMontreville after
a eUgt f utiibie.
In the fourth McGuire made a greatcateh
or Powell's foul close to the Senators
bench. B urfcettreoei ved a pass and Leahy's
f allure x hold Mercer's assli-t on Wallace's
hit nut two men on bases. MnK'pnn Kont
n grounder toward third and Reilly had
jurKett nailed, and Pickering flew out t
The Indians swung their clubs in
effective fashiou in the fifth and earned
a ran. Zln.wer hlngled, McAllister swiped
one lo the right of Mercer. The twirler
deflected the ball and it rolled out into
left field. Tlie batter reaolied second.
Oy Young drove both men across the plate
with a rattling tangle over second.
MalCca) got a three-bagger in the sixth
aud Nred on Zlmmer's single, Pickering
fitriklug out, and Tebeau walking to
fiist. McAllister hit a weak one to
Meioer and two men were left.
The nun was way down when the
fcevoath hfgan, and Cy Young sent a high
fly into Brown's territory. Captain Tom
got fairly under the ball, and muffed it In
the cleverest style. Young went to see
onl on the error, and scored on a put out
and Bui ke It's safe hit
Theleador three runs did not dismay the
Senators a particle. Selbach began with
a single. Brown walked and DeMontre
ville'slongfly was taken by Pickering after
nshwtran. McGuiresingled.on whlchSel
bach and Brown scored. The old Banian
was out on a force and Beilly flew out to
They failed to bcore In the second and in
the fourth Brown was safe on Young's
error, DeMontreville drove him home
with a triple and scored hlmseiron Me
The slaughter of Powell came In the
fourth. Gcttuian's three-bagger was fol
lowed by one cf the same distance by
Leahy. After Mercer struck out Selbach
also got a triple, which was followed by
singles by Brown and DeMontreville,
Brown hconng on Tucker's out to Young.
Selbach duplicated his three-bag per-forrn.-e
in the sixth. Brown's eyes were
weak and he struck out. DeMontreville,
also, was unequal to the task of soring
fie German baron, but McGuire Was the
lad and his wipc fell safe and the nlntl.
It wns quite dark when the visitors
were retired in the eighth, and the-moon
was beginning to get a shine oi., but
Carpenter sent the Senators lo bat. They
v.ere retired in one, two, three order,
and h then took one long gaze at the fuit
moon and called game, to the relief ut
the royal rooters, whose number was the
lowest for a long while. The score:
"Washington. AB. U. II. TO.A.E.
Selbach, 1. f 0 3 3 2 0 0
Brown,c-f. 4 3 1 10 1
DeMont,6.s 5 12 13 0
McGuire. c -10 3 5 0 0
Tuckcr.lb 4 0 0 1-1 0 0
Itullly, 3b ;... 3 0 0 13 0
Gettman.r.f i... 4 110 0 0
Leahy. 2b 3 1 1 0 C 1
Mercer, p 4 0 0 0 2 0
Burkett.l. f. ....
Pickering, c.f. ..
Zlnnner, c ....
McAllister, r. f.
...36 9112413 2
4 0 10 0 0
4 2 10 11
5 2 3 3 3 0
5 12 2 0 0
4 0 10 5 0
5 13 7 0 0
5 0 13 0 0
4 2 2 9 0 2
4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 40 S1424 9 3
Washington 2 0 2 4010 0-9
Cleveland 3 2 0 0111 0-8
Earned runs Washington, 5; Cleveland,
G. Three-base hits Wallace, DeMontre
ville.UeUman, Leahy, McKean.fcelbach, 2.
Two-base hits McGuire, Tebeau, McAl
lister. First base by errors Washington,
2; Cleveland, 2. Lert on bass-Washington
, 6; Cleveland, 1 1. Firtt base on balls
OH Mercer, -3; off Powell, 2. Struck out
By Mercer, 4; by Powell, 6. lilt by
pitcher By Powell, 1. Umpire Mr. Car
penter. iniEAK EVEN AT XEW YORK.
The Giants I.Uhe the Flr.t and "Win
New York, Sept. 9. Pittsburg won
the first game today chiefly because Haw
ley pitched elegant ball. O'Day refuhed
to umpire the second game, which was won
by tlie locals as Seymour was invincible
and the visitors supported Hughey in bad
New York. ' Jt. n.PO.A. E
YauIIaltreii, c. f 0 0 110
J.cCreery, r.f. 0 0 10 0
Ti ernau. 1. f 110 0 0
G. Davis, s. s 0 10 4 0
G',it-u, 2b 0 12 4 1
Clark, lb 0 0 15 0 0
Warner, c .s 2 1 S 0 0
Jwyce.Sb 0 0 0 4 0
Meekiu, p 10 0 2 0
Totals. 4 4 27 15 1
Pittsburg- It. II . PO.A. E.
Donovan, r. f. 0 0 0 0 0
Paddeu.Sb 2 12 5 1
Smith, l. f 2 2 5 0 1
II. Davis, lb 0 3 8 0 1
Hoffnielster, 3b 1112 1
Ely.s.!. 0 15 2 0
Brydie, c. r 0 2 10 1
MerriU.c 0 0 5 10
Hawley, p 0 10 0 0
Totals 5 1127 10 5
New York o 0211000 0
PitUfcburg. 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0-5
Earned runs-New York, 1; Pittsburg,
3. Two-base id la Ely, G. Davis. Three
base hits G. Davis, 2. Home nm Tier
nan. Sacrifice hit ilerritt. First base on
balls-Off Hawley, 1; off Meekiu, 1.
Struck out By Hawley, 4; by Meekln, 4.
Left m ha- New York, 3 : Pittsburg, 7.
Hit by phclier-By Hawley, 1. Double
plays Yanllaltren and Warner; Ely, Pad
den and H. Davis; Ely, unassisted. Tune
of gam' 2 hours and 15 minutes. Umpire
New York. R. H. PO.A.E.
Yan Haltreii, c f 10 0 0 0
McCreery, r.f 1 1 0 0 0
Ticrnan, 1. f 0 0 10 0
G.Davis, a? 2 2 13 0
Gleason, 2b 0 1 1 1 0
Ciark.lb a oil l 0"
Warner, c. 0 0 4 10
Joyce,. 3b 10 15 0
Seymour, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals G G2112 0
Pittsburg. R. H. PO.A.E.
Donovan, r. f... 0 1 l 0 0
Padden,2b 0 0 0 3 2
Smith.l.f. 12 10 0
H. Davis, lb 117 0 0
Hoffmeister, 3b : 0 1110
Ely, ss 0 1 l l "2
Brodic, c f 0 0 2 0 0
Sugdea, c 0 0 4 0 3
Hughey, p 0 0 10 3
Totals 2 6 18 5 8
New York 40 0 llOx G
Pittsburg 0 00 1 0102
Earned runs New York 3, Pittsburg 2.
Two-base hits -DonoA an, H. Davis, Van
Haltrcn- Home run-Smith. Stolen bases -McCreery
2, Clark, Joyce. Tirst base on
errors -New York. First base on balls- Off
Seymour 1, off Hughey 2. Struck out By
Seymour 5, by Hughey 3. Lofton bases
New York 4, Pittsburg 3. Double play- Ely
and H. Davis. Wild pitches-Seymour 1,
Hughey 1. Time of game-l hour and 20
minutes. Umpires -Wilmot and Tannchill.
EASY FOIt THE BOSTONS.
Have No Trouble in Hunching Hits
Boston, Sept. 9. Sudlioft may beat
Baltimore, but he was easy for Boston
today. Stivetts pitched poor ball, and
Nichols finally relieved him. Cross was
spiked on the right hand by Allen in the
first inning, and may be out of the game
for nine days. Fine catches by Turner
and Hamilton brightened an otherwiee dull
Boston. R. H.POA. E.
Hamilton, c f 12 4 10
Tenno-y, lb 2 19 10
Lowe, 2b 2 2 3 4 0
Stahl, r.f 0 110 0
Duffy.l.f 12 2 0 0
Collins, 3b 2 4 3 2 0
Allen, s-s 2 2 2 4 0
Berger, c 113 0 0
Stivetts, p 2 10 2 0
Nichols, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 13 16 27x4 0
St-Louls. Ml. II.POwA. E
Douglats, c 1110 0
Cross, s.s 0 0 0 0 0
Hallman, 2b 10 2 11
Hartiuan,3b 112 2 0
Turner, r.r 12 5 0 0
Grady, lb 13 5 0 0
Lallyl.f 0 12 0 0
Harley, cf- 0 0 2 0 0
Houseman, s. s '. 12 3 4 1
Sudhoff.p 0 12 0 0
Totals G 11 24 7 2
Boston 23010052x 13
St. Louis 03000 120 0-- C
Earned runs Boston, 9; St. Louis, 4.
Two-base hits Stahl, Grady Three-base ,
bits Lowe, Stivetts, Hartman. Stolen
base Lowe. Bases on balls Off Stivetts,
3; pff Nichols, 1; off Sudhoff, 3. Hit by
pitched liall Lowe. Passed ball Bergen.
Struck out By Stivetts, 2. Time c.f
game 1 hour and 40 minutes. Umpire
Mr. Hurst. Attendance b00.
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BECKLEYy BAD ERROR.
Beennse of It the Brooklj'ns Score
Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 9. -The Brookus
bunched four hits lu the flm inning 'to
day, bcorlug two earned runs. They sent
five more men around the circuit in the
fifth on Beckley's high throw to the plate,
which If thrown straight would have re
sulted in a double play and retired the
side without a run. Score;
Brooklyn. , . R. H.PO.A. E.
Jones, r- f 2 2 3 10
Griffin, c.f .. 2 12 10
Shlndie, 3b 112 2 0
A. Smith,, f 12 10 0
LaChancc, lb 0 010 0 0
Slioc-h, 2b 0 15 4 0
Grim, c 0 110 1
Kennedy, p 0 0 0 2 1
ti. Smith, s.s 10 3 3 0
Totals 7 8 27 13 2
Cincinnati. It. H. TO.A. E.
Uolllday, I. f 1 '0 2 0 1
Hoy, c. f 0 13 0 0
Miller, r. f 0 0 2 0 0
Beckley.lb , 0,0 5 1 1
McPliee, 2b 0 12 10
Corcoran, s.s 0 14 3 0
Irwin, 3b 0 12 10
Schnver, c ; 0 0 3 10
Uhincs,p 0 0 110
Totals 1 4 24 8 2
Brooklyn 2 0 00 500 0X-7
Cincinnati 0 0000001 0-1
Earned runs -Brooklyn, 2. First babe
on errorb-hrooklyu, 1; Cincinnati, 1. Left
,on bases-Brooklyn, 4; Cincinnati, 6. Two
base hit-Griffin. Stolen bates-Hoy. Mt
Phee, Smith. Sacrifice hit -Shindle. First
babe on balls -O If Klilnes, 1; off Kennedy,
5. Struck out -By Rhines, 2. Double plays
-Griffin and Shindle; Shoch Kennedy and
LaChancc. lilt by pitcher -Shoch, Uriffln.
Pubbed ball -Grim. Umpire Mr. Lynch.
Attendance, 1,728. Time of game-l hour
and 33 minutes.
ORIOLEb' NARROW ESCAPE.
The Colouels Give Them n Ilnrd
Fight to the Flnlbli.
Baltimore, Sept. 9. Today'b game was
characterized by brilliant fielding, costly
errorB, good hitting, aud continuous quar
rels, iiotii pitchers did excellent work.
W. Clarke was ordered out of the game
by Umpire Kelly lor kicking. Keeler'b
batting was one of the features. Score:
Baltimore. It. H. rb.A.E.
Keeler, r. t 2 4 10 0
Jeiinhigb, b. s 0 2 G 4 0
Kelley, 1. f 10 2 0 0
Steuzel.c. f 0 13 0 0
O'Brien, lb 0 0 8 0 0
Reitz, 2b 0 13 3 0
Quinu,3b 0 0 12 0
W.Clarke, c 0 0 2 11
Hoffer, p 0 0 0 10
Robinson, c : 0 0 110
Totals 3 8 2712 1
Louisville. ' It. H.PO.A. E.
F.LIlli-KV.I.r 112 0 0
Stafford, s.s 0 10 2 1
Wagner, c.f 12 2 10
Nance, r.f 0 12 0 0
weiuea.lb 0 18 0 0
Wilson, c ,0 1 2 2 0
Cllngman,3b 0 0 5 2 0
Smith, 2b 0 13 3 1
Hill, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 S 24 10 2
Baltimore 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .v-3
Louisville 1 0 0 1 0 0-10 m-2
Sacrifice lilt Stafford. Stolen base
Stenzel. Double play Wagner and War
den. First base on errors Louisville, 1.
First babe on balls-Off Hill, 2. Hit by
pitched ball By Hoffer, 1. Struck out
By Horfer, 3; by Hill, 2. Wild pitch-Hill.
1. Left on bases Baltimore, G;LoufbviiIe,
4. Time of game 2 hoursand 10 minutes.
Umpire Mr. Kelly. Attendance 1,708.
A GARRISON FINISH.
Tlie Phillies Give Anion's Colts
a Surprise Pnrtj.
Philadelphia, Sept. 9. Philadelphia made
a Garririon finish In today'b game with Chi
cago, winning In the last-two 'innings. Up
to the eighth Thornton was invincible.
Dunkle had been batted freely and was
wild beMdes. The features of the game
were five double plays. Score:
Philadelphia. R. H.PO.A. E.
Cooley, r.r 1 1 u 0 0
Geier.c-f , 10 10 0
Dclehauty, I. f 2 15 0 0
Lajoie, lb 1 210 2 0
Shugart, s. s 0 113 1
Cro3s,2b 0 2 3 3 0
Nash, 3b 0 0 5 3 0
Boyle, o 0 12 10
Dunkle, p 0 0 0 3 0
McFarland 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .;... 5 8 27 15 1
McFarland batted for Dunkle In the
Chicago. R. II. P0.A.E.
Ryan, r.f 0 0 1 0 1
Dahlen, s.s 0 13 4 0
Lange, c. f 1 1 .2 0 0
Anson, lb 0 19 0 0
Callahau,2b 114 5 0
Everett, I.f 1 1 0 0 0
McCormlck,3b 110 0 1
Klttrldge, c 0 4 7 0 0
Thornton, p a 0 10 0 0
Totals 411t26 9 2
tTwo men out when winning run scored.
Philadelphia 0 0 000003 2-5
Chicago 0002 20 0004
Earned runs-Philadelphia, 2; Chicago,
2. Two-base hits Cross, Lange, Mccor
mick 2. Sacrifice hits-Cross, Everett,
Thornton. Stolen bases Lange 2, Ever
ett. Left on bases Phlladelpnia, 8; Chi
cago, 5. Struckout Cooley, Ucier, Dunkle
2. Double plays-Lajoie aud Shugart;
Nash and Cross; Nash, Lajoie aud Nnti,
Dahleu, Callahan and Ansiu; Callahan,
Dahlen and Anson. First base on errors
Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 1. Firet ai
on balls Ryan 2, Lange 2, Anson 2, Gcier
2, Dahlen 2, Nash 2. Hit by pitched ball
Callahan. Passed balL Boyle. Time of
game 2 hours and 20 minutes. Umpire
Mr. McDonald. I
Eastern League Games.
Buffalo 00200 1 0 0 03
WUkcsbarre 0000000 022
Hlts-Burfalo, 9; "Wilkesbarre, 6. Er
rorsBuffalo, 2; WUkcsbarre, 1. Batter
iesBrown and Urquhart; Pollon and
Toronto 0 00 0 040 10 014
Springfield 40 120 20 0110
Hits Toronto, 21; Springfield, 13. Er
rorsToronto, G; Springfield, 5. Bat
teries-Nortou and Casey; Woods and Dun
can. Second game:
Toronto 14 0 0 05
Springfield 2 5 10 3 020
Hits-Toronto, G; Springfield, 17. Er
rorsToronto, 6; Springfield, 2. Batter
ies Williams and Snyder; Korwin and
Montreal 200040 14112
Providence 00012000 0 3
Hits Montreal, 19; Providence, G. Er
rorsMontreal, 2; Providence, 9. Bat
ierlcs Yerrlck and McNamara; noclson
Sytacuse 0010 0 0 0 2 03
Scranton 010 0 0000 o 1
Hits Syracuse, 7; Scrauton, 7. Errors
Syracuse, 3; Scranlon, 1. Batteries Wil
lis and Shaw; Harper and Boyd.
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. DIAMOND DUST.
This will bo ladies' day.
An outfielder ought always be alert.
Only four more days of hall in Wash
ington. Tor a cripploil team the Indians put up
a fair game.
It is not often thnt three triples are
made In oue hmhig. ijj 1
Gettman cannot bunt and his attempts
are sorry exhibitions.
Mercer came near-being seriously In
jured by a full at first base.
The cranks who HkVtp sea hard hitting
had a matinee of it yesterday.
Pickering has developed into a very
fast fielder He also lilts; as well as the
Cincinnati has suspended "Stub" Brown
for deserting the Indianapolis team, to
which lie was farmed. M
Tebeau, when refused-nn audience with
the umpire, doffed his cap to the fancy of
a swell department clerk.
Chief Zlnnner liaq? Mercer's slow ones
gauged very nicely, and his three singles
wercascleanas a pumpkin teed.
St. Louis recently farmed out Pitcher
Gilpntrlck to Wheeling, and Grimes, another
twirlei, has been loaned to Quincy.
The Senators are gaining on the CIcvc
iind3, aud should they continue their good
work It is possible to laud in lifth place.
Failure to hold thrown balls seems to be
Leahy's weakness. He lb a faht player
nevertheless and should bo kept in the
h game all the thus.
Whenever a sacrjficc is necessary when
Cape, Tom comes to, the bat, he never
makes the attempt, yet other players urc
forced to do the act.
"Tim" Donohue'sleg, which was injured
by "Jack" Warner, is getting along as
nicely as could be expected. The bone
wound is still very painful, butnotneces
sarlly of a serious nature.
It Is a hard matter to get an excuse for
muffing a fly when the sun is not in a
fielder's eyes. It is albo hardon a pitcher
to have a three-bagger bcored against l:im
because or the sleepiness of an outtleldar.
If the Senators could play the Orioles
at National Park next week the ihance.s
are that Bos-ton would win tlie pennant.
But as they will not meet tlie Oystertown
aggregation until the wind-up of the
season the winning streak of the States
men may be broken.
"I don't sec how they are going to beat
out Baltimore this year," said Ryan, of
the Chicagos, in regard to the fight of
the leaders. "Right now Is the time the
Orioles will r Ia il.Cir nardest. The will
nor allow the slightest chance to f-lip out
of their fingers. They will win by playing
togethci on everything thatcomes up. They
are the greatest fighters In the business,
although I do not think they have the best
President Nick Young, of the National
League, has sent his donation to the testi
monial f.;r the be n en t of the mother anil
vidow of the late William Norr. When
the New York and Brooklyn teams play for
the fund next Sunday at "Kid" Carboy's
Weehawken grounds President Young will
assign two League umpires probably
"Thrr Hurst aud "IJob"'Emlie." to Judge
the plays. In the letter Inclobinghis check
Mr. Young wrote; "I always waut to be
with the boy5 for any .worthy ob;ect, ami
I consider this testimonial- an excellent
one." '"r .. l
Advices from Cleveland say that the
x-rays were tried oil tlu injured Toot of
Sockalexis anil showed that the Joints
at the ankle were becoming rigid aud
may disable the IiicCiu'pbrinanvnily. Sox
sa3's he is g-ilng home to study for a
pbylcluu's certificate, and has tabooed
llquoi for the rest of his life. A pretty
nurse In the hospital at Cleveland has
captured the heart of the noble red man,
and he hasshoweted her with flowers and
boxes ol candy, but as yet the pietty one
has failed to reciprocate his affection.
Should Sockalexis he peimanently injured,
it will bleak up the cxpVcked great outfield
of next year, Delehantyv Ilurkett and the
Indian. 3 1 '
When Bob Allen Was with Philadelphia
he ranked as one of the greatestoT fielding
shortstops. He is now making Bostonia'ns
forget the evistence of Herman Long.
His hitting has beeu timely, while he ha
cavorted over the gras making pick-ups
quite as .sensational as any ever credited
to the German. The leaders have all been
well fortified with infield understudies
this year. Joe Quinn saved Baltimore from
a slump If it hadn't been for Claude
Rltchey the Reds would uow be in the
second division, and Allen is now doing
his share toward keeping -Boston in the
fight. Wrlgley has likewise filled up a
hoie in the Senatorial ranks in a form
that stamps him a great little ball player.
By dlut or great patience Frank Selee
has at last made a first-rate pitcher out 01
Lewis. Two years ago the youngster, who
was then the star twirler of Williams Col
lege, asked Boston for a trial. Selee obliged
him, but was not much impressed by his
work. The collegian had upeed, but was
wild and flighty and could not field his
position well enough. After lung considers
tion, the managers of the Beancatcrb de
tei mined to try theerfectof a little coach
ing on the young twirler. Lewis proved
earnest and tractable, and was given a
Boston contract. In two years he has made
marvelous improvement. He has attained
excellent command and has also added to
his old-time speed. Formerly he did not
watch the bases, but he has improved in
this particular, and few runners move up
on him. Selee's patience is amply re
warded by the youngster's present form.
The Douglass Slurs Defeated.
A picked nine, compossd of several
p'ayers of the- Atlantics, defeated the
Douglass Stirs, a strung colored team from
southwest. The picked nine had a walk
ovti from start to finish, the scores be
ing 27 to 11 and 18 to 3. The line-up of
the winners ia" Grau, c; Hill, lb.;; Mc
Dade. 2b.; F. Grau, s. s.; Niedfeldt, 3b
and p.: Gatley, c. f. and p.; Hourf-k, r. f,;
Halm, 1. f-; Hiser, 3b ..and e. f.
Picked Nine 912 13 4 2 5 x 27
Hits-Picked Nine, 25; Stars, 15. Er
rorsPicked Nine, 2; Stars, 6. Batteries
-Niedfeldt and Grau; JoluiHon.Diggsaud
Picked Nine vl 1 8 1 4 1 1 1 x 18
Stars .0 Ojl 0 2 00 0 0 3
nits-Picked Nlne,:2Q; Stars, G. Errors
Picked Nine, 1; Stars, 8. Batteries
Gatley and Grau; Pinuer, Colman, Homes
and Gree'n. '
John Gatley, Will 'iedfeldt and Frank
Grau and Harry Moore will be the O. G.
A. CVs batteries the re.t of the season.
Ainutcnr Ball Players.
The Tots defeatedJUe .Bugaboos by the
scorenf 25 to 12. Thewinning team lined
up: L. Butler, arR.Eumple, p.; H.
Mitchell, lb; H. Turner- .,2b; J. Davis, ss ,
A. Frasliie-, 3b; J-? Gasklns, r. f.; D.
Thompson, c f.; C Carroll, 1. f. The
Tots would like to hear from all teams'
under sixteen years.,' AT&dres challenges
I to H. Turner,1342' Twenty-seventh street
"KID" McCOY COMPLAINS.
Says the Fight Win. Stopped in the
Interest of Ryan.
SyrneufeM. Y., Sept. 9."K!d" McCoy
said this morning about his fight with
Tommv Ryan; "I don't thluk that I was
treated right In this matter. I kuew at
noon yesterday that there was a put up
Job te frtop the fight, and during the fifth
round, when Ryan began Ids rushing, I
kept my eyes on Inspector O'Brien. I
will acknowledge that Ryan wan doing the
most fighting at the time O'Brien Jumped
into the ring, but I was letting him do
this, in order to tire hhu out. I would
have gone at hlin in the Mxth round and
finMied him quickly, for I did not have
a mark on me and was feeling good. 1 am
ready 'o meet Ryan at any time or place
for ab much money ur fun as he desires.
The result of this tight will not affect my
fight ,vllh Creedon, as Dan and hirf man
ager, Col. Hopkins, of Chicago) were at tho
ringside and know the merits of the con
McCoy lef- for New York this afternoon.
SHEEPSHEAD BAY RACKS.
More Than Five Thousand Persons
See tlie Day's Sport.
New York, Sept. 9. A delightful day
brought more than 5,000 persons to the
Coney Ihland Jockey Club's course at
Sbecpshead Bay today. Favorites were
bowled over in a majority of the oventn,
the talent losing heavily over the defeats of
A rnhdiiko In the opening event.Lady Marian
in the Belles Stakes, and Don Do Oro in
the Russut Handicap. The Belles Staked
brought out a good-sized field of fillies,
and wap won by La Goleta, while Joe
Miller beat a big field for the Russet Handi
cap, at a mile and a hair, in 2:34 1-4. Mr.
Belmont furnished the favorite in both of
thesi events, but Lady Marian was pricked
by a smith who was plating her, and she
went to th post slightly lame. Don De Oro
injured hlmscir during the running of the
Russet "Handicap, and pulled up quite lame,
so iimcIi so, in fact, that he will probably
be retired for a time. Summaries:
Firlst race-Five furlongs Salabar, 117i
Sloane, 6 to 1. won; Demagogue, 122,
Williams, 7 to It second; The Huguenot,
122, W Martin. 6 to 1, third. Time,
Second race-One and one-eighth miles
Maurice, 105. Thorpe, 9 to 5, won; King
T., 3 05. Hewitt, 5 to 1, second; James Mon
roe, 1 02, neauchamp, 12 to 1, third. Time.
Third race-The Belles stakes. Purse,
$2,'j00. Futurity course. La Goleta. 107,
Sloan", 5 to 1 .won; Kenmore Queen, 109,
Doggett, 15 to 1. becond; Rose-ln-Uand,
H. Martin, 50 to 1. third.' Time, 1:11 2-5.
Fourth race High Weight Handicap;
six furlongs. Tremarpo, 111, Sims, 8 to
1, won; Yemen, 114, Sloane, 8 to 1,
second; J. A. Gray, 115, Clayton, 9 to 5,
third. Time, I'll 2-5.
Fifth race-One mile Tobias, 98, 0'Don
nell, 10 to 1, won; Fair Rebal, 39,
Maher, 20 to 1, second; Firenda, 89,
Coblev. even, third. Time, 1:42 3-5.
Sixth race The Ituaset Handicap: $1,
500 ; one and a half miles. Joe Miller, 99,
SJ.iane, 4 to 1, won; Jefferson, 85,
Maher. 20 to 1, cecond; Rennsalaer, 120,
4 to 1, third. Time, 2:311-5.
Chicago, Sept. 9. Today's results at
First race Six furlongs. Elsie II, 5
to l , won; Treeby second, Wolfgang third.
Time, 1:16 1-2.
Second race Five und a half furlongs
Finar del Rio, 3 to 1 , won; Mary Klnsela
second, Miss C, third. Time, 1:03
Third race One mile and seventy yirds.
Charley Christy, 5 to 2, won; Serena sec
ond, Col. Gay third. Time, 1:15 1-2.
Fourth race -One and one-sixteenth miles
Donna Rita, ,4 to 5, won; Dare II, second;
Mouereith. third. Time, 1:471-2.
Firth race-Seven Turlongs. Imp, G to
1, won: The Swam, second; Macey, third.
Sixth race -Six furlongs. Charm, 4 to
1, won; Fretful, second; Abuse, third.
Time, 1:13 1-4.
St. Louis Results.
St. Louis, Sept. 9. Today's results:
First race Six furlongs. Aunt Mary, 2
to 1, won; Lady Cordell, second; Hlbernia
Qupen, third. Time, 1:1G. "
Second race Seven furlongs. Topmast, 8
to 5. won: Bishop Reed, 6econd; Elkin,
third. Time, 1:29.
Third race Eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
Denial, even, won: Flora G., second; Guide
Rock, third. Time, 1:09 3-4.
Fourth race Oneandoiie-aixteenth miles.
Basqiiil, 5 to 2, won: Glad Eyes, second.
Rasendjlle, third. Time, 1:50.
Fifth race -One mile. Truxlllo, 3 to 5,
won Gold Band, second; Balk Line, third.
Time, 1:42 1-4.
Sixth race-Six furlongs. Loyaletta, 60
to 1, won: Pester, second; Aquarella, third.
Time, 1:15 3-4.
Cincinnati, Sept. 9. Today's results at
First rare Five and a half furlongs.
Dnn Rice, 4 to 1, won; "Wilson second,
George B. Cox third. Time, l':0S 1-4.
Second race Six and a half furlongs.
Algol, I to 2, won; Gld. Law second, Bar
ton thhd. Time, 1:20 3-4.
1 hira race One mile and seventy yards.
Elsie D.. 3 to 1, won; Mertie Reed second,
L. W. third. Time, 1 :4G 1-2.
Fourth raceSlx rurlongs. Lillian Belle,
even, won: French Gray second, My Mary
land rhhd. Time, 1:15.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Pouting, 2
tol .won: Three Barssecand, Forsy the third.
The Fleetwood Trots.
New York, Supt. 9.-For the fourtli day
of the Fleetwood grand circuit meeting the
New York Driving Club presented the most
attractive program of the week, as among
the fields were some of the season's great
est campaigners. The weather was per
fect for speed, though much too warm for
the comfort or the spectators. The 3:30
class trotting, Fleetwood purse, of $1,000,
was won by Town Lady in three straight
heats'. Time, 2.21 3-4, 2:1S 3-4, 2:21.
Quadriga won the Good Cheer purse of
$2,000, for 2:20 pacing class, in three
straight heats. Time, 2:09 1-2, 2:09,
2.09 1-4. The 2:12 class trotting, Press
purse of $3,000, was not finished.
Gentry's Vain Trial.
Providence, R. I., Sept. 9. -The interest
in tho 3tatc fair track events today waa
centered on the appearance of John R.
Gentry, 2:00 1-2, who was billed to at
tempt to break the world's pacing rec
ord of 1:59 1-4. The best he could do,
however, was 2:04 3-4, which ib not equal
to the track record, made in a race three
yenrs ago. Yet he paced two good miles.
In the first mile, a warming-up jaunt, ho
made the last quarter lu 29 1-4, a 1:53
clip. lit the final mile he made tho last
quaiter In 30 1-4 seconds. Some of the
turfmen gave it as their opinion that the
fast quarter lu the first mile pumped him
It Saves tho Croupy Children.
Scaview, Va. We have a splendid sale
on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
uur customers coming; from far and near
speak or it in the highest terms. Many
have s?dd that their children would have
died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy bad not been given. Kellam Sb
Ourren, The 25 and 50-cent sizes for
sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and Re
tail Druggist, 938 F street, and Con
necticut avenue and S street northwest
and, 112 ti Maryland avenue northeast.
Cured Mr. William A. Sivery of
Severe Rheumatism, the Seed of
Which Were Sown During the
War, and Which Has
Caused Years of
tvW1ili,am A- Sivery, 322 C at. nw..
Washington, p. C., says: "I have been
troubled with rheumatism off and on
since tho war. At times it was ex
ceedingly severe. I have been drawn
over so that 1 could not stand straight,
it was lumbago in its worst form. I
tried quite a number of doctors and medi
cines, but there was nothing but tem
porary relief. I placed mvaeir under
the care of Munvon'H physicians and be
gan the uce of Munyon's Remedies. The
result is that after years of Butterbur I
have been cured, and I am nleas-ed to let
every sufferer know what Munvon lias
done for me."
Munyon's remedies comprise a separate
cure for each disease, aud are sold by
all druggists, mostly 25 cents a vial.
Munyon's Static Electrical Machine cures
rheumatism, stiff joints, carnivals, and
neuralgia. Alunyon's Life Chamber cures
catarrh, asthma and bronchitis. Mun
yon's doctors at your service tree all dav
and evening; Sunday, 2 to 5. G23
Thirteenth btreet northwest. it
THE L. & IX. ROUTE,
For Athletic Goods,
FOR ADOPTION A bright, healthy baby
iioy. Address G., this office. el0-7t
PIANO TUNING, S1.50: factory expert;
drop postal. JAS.R.DURITY, 305 12th
st. be. te9-3t-em
OUR PRICES for lpterior decorating are
wonderfully low; eaMly the lowest in
town, we think. Butour workls therinest
that bklll and good taste can rinlsh. Rooms
papered, $2 up. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th
ht. fso branch. ie9-tr
NO CHARGE for consultation. 11. D.
GORDON. Lawyer, 1321 F st nw. bC9-3 1
HAVE your rooms papered In all new
btyles, from $1.00 up, by the STONE
BROS., 711 5tb st. nw. se0-6t
H E WHO CAN do more than one thing well
Is a Jackass of all trades; ladles', misses'
and children's Oxford' Ties aud Slippers,
were 75c, $1 and $1.25, to close out at
50c; worth double; boys', misses' and chil
dren's School Shoes, 50c, 75c and $1; men's
Shoes, from 98c to $3. 1903 Pa. ave.nw.
DRESSMAKING-Fall suits, from $4 up;
waists, $2; sklrtb, $1430. 812 3d st. nw.
LEPREUX, 493 Md. ave., will paper your
rooms with combination gold papers
for $3. No young boys employed.
$250 INVESTED will bring you $5 a
day, the year round; at home after 4 p
in. G02 2u m. sw. te4-6t em
TUNING and repairing pianos aud organs
promptly attended to by WILD BROS.,
1315 7th st. nw. Satisfactory work
WILL. tsLLL your furniture; will 6tore
jour rurnlture; will accommodate you
with a loan on same, no interest charged;
imeral dealing; drop postal and will call
MARCUS NOTES, 037 La. ave. au26-lm0
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-borse load,
$2.50; 1-horse loads, $1.25; pianos, $2;
furniture packed and bhipped; experienced
meu only; storage. COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 'mono tout)
1 will berearter extract teeth with
nitrous oxide gas for 50c per tooth,
liebt teeth S-7 per bet. Gold crowns, $y.
Amalgam fillings, $i. Have filled forty
ihouauiiu teetu in tills city, extracted
twenty thousand teeth, and made over .six
thousand set Dr. K. T.MASON, 711 12th
ht. nw., lunneuy tui- i-ui una i-a. avf.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
Printing 500 cards, Too ; 5U0 envelopes,
70c; 000 note heads, 75c; GOO state
meats, 75a; binding magazt ies. 50c.;
mibcellaneoua books lebound. 0. a.
WILLIAMS. 015 7th st. nw. leG-tr
AT Tilts Business OHlce of Tne Times
you will riud Window Cirds of all de
scriptions "Table Board, ' "Furnished 01
Unrurnibtied Rooms, '"Unfurnished Rooms,"
"Furnished Rooms. With or Without
Board, ' "Furnished Rooms, With Board,"
"Furnished Rooms.' Five cents Is ta
price of each card. ap21-tf
WANTED 31 ISCELLAKEO US.
I WILL buy for cash or merchandise a
good stout wagon or light dray if it is
cheap. Address DRAY, this office se!0-3t
WANTED 100 customers to buy pure AI
derney milk at 5c per quart, dell vered in
sealed glass Jars. AddrebS ALDEUNEY,
this office. se!0-6t
WANTED -Party to take tirst and third
floorb of 303 M st. nw consisting of 4
rooms on each lloor; with eveiv con
venience; reasonable rent lo desirable
party with good refs. Inquire on prem
WANTED Parties desiring to Join select
party witli private coacli and special
hotel arrangements for trip to Atlantiu
City, Saturdav, Sept. 11, should address
"CORDOVA,"" this office. se9-3t
WANTED To buy white and black rats,
black and tan dogs, large rabbits, piceons,
ring doves. SCHMIDTS BIRD STORE.
No. 712 12th st. nw. se9-3t
WANTED At the Big Second Hand Store
Sinclair, 626 La. ave., show ases and
store fixtures, piauo-s furniture of all
kind. Attend our auction sales every
WANTED To buy a good second-hand
grocery wagon auu. Harness, io--1 '" t.
WANTED To purchase, a good platform
scales for cash; must be a bargain. Ad
dress P. O. Box 285 se3-3t
WANTED Incubator and brooder: state
make and price. CHICKENS, this of
WANTED -Single or light double covered
wagon: state whether high or low body;
short or long coupled and price. Address
S. G., this office. seS-3 1
WANTED 2 extension ladders: aHo falls
for swinging stage: must be sound and
cheap for cash. Address BROWN, Chevy
Chase Painter, Chevy Chase, Md. be7-3t-em
WANTED A few good customers for
strictly pure milk: delivered daily in
sealed jars; 6c per quart: satisfaction guar
anteed or no pay. Address C. H. F. D.,
this office. se7-Gt
OLD BOOKS Wanted to purchase for
cash all kmds of old and miscellaneous
books; in large orsmallquantities. Address
postal to JAMES O'NEIL, 216 3d st. nc.
WANTED -Orders for Boston baked beans,
10c and 20c a pot; send orders Tuesdays
and Knua v& for W edneMtaysaiidSaniruays.
MRS. F. C. CHANDLER, 1826 7th st. nw.
WANTED -Nation at Capital Bank stock.
Address N. C S .thisoffice. nul5-30t
FOE HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 per
day, and bpecial prices for pleasure driving.
Apply to tho REX STABLES, rear 615 13
it. nw.; telephone call. loo. ao30-tf
"WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WAiNTED For cash, all kinds orold United
States postage and department stamps;
collections also bought. H. F. DUNK
UOKST, 1005 7tb st. nw. au9-tf
Tlie Eccentricities of Genius.
"And when your wheel broke down seven
miles from home," said the "old man."
"you repaired it all by yourself, did you?"
"I did," answered the typewriter, proud
ly "It seems mighty funny to me, then,"
he continued, "that when the ribbon en
your machine needs shifting, you have to
call on that dude or a bookkeeper to Tixlj
for you every time." Indianapolis Journal.
S2.00 "Washington to Philadelphia
and return via Pennsylvania Railroad, the
greatest of all railroads, matchless service.
Great excursion nex$ Sunday. he9-3t
Atlautle City via II. & O.
3 p. m. Saturday: 6:30 a. m.. Sunday,
1 $2.00. fce9-3t-etu
FOR SALE MISCELI..o:EOUS.
1 OR SALE-A self-playing orcliestroneand
10 rolls of music; coat S250. will sell for
$75; a rare bargain. Call at 1315 7th
st. nw. se7-6tcm
FOR SALE A lot of nice furniture, clean
and new, cheap: bedroom oak sets, car
pets, curtaius, chairs, rugs, tables. lounge,
hatmck (oak. etc. No. 132G llth St.. 9
to 6 daily. it
FOR SALE-A fine upright piano, nearly
new, for less than half price; sneet musto
;-, "If; Piano tuning. SHOEMAKER'S.
110 G at. nw. seiqvJG
FOR SALE-GreatDane, bull, and fox ter
riers, pugs: also trained goats. SCHMID'S
hum a jn.rj, im x acu st. nw. a eiu-4t
FOR SALE 50,000 best white cedar
own-lies ai. a Bargain: sa per tnonsand.
20'iDat.nw. ael0 36
FOR SALE 10 Virginia horses; workers.
driverB and saddlers. Cau be seen at
72n Whitney ave. nw.,FRt,D JOUNSON.
FOR SALE nand laundry machinery; a
bargain. C. O.KRA USE, 1712 V st.uw.
FOR SALE-Sale today, the contents of
an Army officer's house leaving Fort
Mycr; bring along your money; no offer
refused; must be sold at once. 1721 Pa.
a.ve. nw. selO-3t
FOR SALE-Cheap, 1 houseboat, or ark;
8x40. Inquire at 1353 K Et. se.
FOR SALE 2 barber chairs; 1 mug case;
1 mirror. 303 G st. nw. fce&-3t-jra
i OR S ALE-Party breaking up house will
sell household elfects at auction prices:
Ca after 4 p. m., 326 T st. nw.
FOR SALE-One walnut sideboard, dlnlnc
table and 4 chain,, all in prrect order:
a bargain If called ror at once. 813
T st. nw. 8e9-3t
lut r.upL.- wilu gee tne reare-t pleas
ure out of the traveling season are the
servants who stay at hou.a; every summer
wah suit, tnat wassiic, c, 7 tic and l.
now 39c to close; Boys' School Suits, to
clo-e out at cost price and leas, straw hats
ror a mere song atSELBY'S, 1903 Pa.ave
FOR SALE-Cheap: gent's wheel; good as
. new. Apply 209 Center Market. ae8-3ti
FOR SALE Young Cuban and Mex!capr
rou, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, p'geons,
canaries. Incubators, spratts and Austin's
dog bread; sead Tor catalogue -CHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12th st aw au4-tf
SINUER MACHINE. $7; Kemlnxrton. S5:
Domestic, $13; Uousebold, $15; with
drop leaf and drawers. aud warranted for
three years. At OPPENUEIMER'S NEW
HOMEAGENCY.514 9tbM. nw. PlaiUuc
and jilu king 2c per yard while you wait.
FOR SALE -One-half Interest In a new In
vention to party advancing patent fee
and $300, to build two new machines; an
excellent opportunity to sell territory and
realize money quickly. Address H . G. B.,
this ofrice. se7-3t-en.
POP RAT. P. f!hrnn. nnc lfirm. fA-K-- ..
fee mill, beef chipper, show cases "and
scales. 138 7th st, ne. se7-3t.em
FOR SALE-$2.9S for a 6-ft. oak extend
slon table; lounges, $2.30; gasoline
stoves, 50c week, parlor and bedroom suites,
$1 per week. REDMOND'S (T1EAP CASH
AND CREDIT HOUSE. 313 7th st. nw.
SEWING MACHINES A few more lefK
to be closed out at half price, high grade
makes only. NEWMAN'S, 611 7tn st.nw.
FOR BALE Fresh cows; always oa hand
would also exchange Tor dry cows. JNO
DENEKAS, 3510 Brightwood ave,
tu2 l-i mo-em
FOR SALE Austin's and Spratt's fresh
dog cakes; also Glover's dog medicines;
pamphlet on dogs and birds' uiseases free;
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SCHMID'S BIRD STORE, 712
12th bt. nw. au21-tf
STOLEN-$25 reward; Fitchburtr bicycle;
25-inch blac frame. No. 3S2S5; rented
Sept. 3, 18b7,,by a white man, 21 or 22
years old, about 5 feet G incCes tall:ltchc
complexion; drk hair ami small lihc
mustache, wearing blue cap and dark
suit of clothes, giving the name of J. S.
llm, Little Falls, whosaia ne intended
to visit the Rockviile fair He had two
umbrellas strapped to the top tube of the
frame. A reward of $25 will be paid for
the arrest and conviction of the thief. Ft
S. CAHILL & CO., 1800 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE AtHynesboro Park, near Sea
brook or Lautiam station, B. & P. R. RM
11 lots, forming about 2 acres of land In
one tract: cheap ror cash. Address faUSI
N ESS, Ardwick, Md. se9-3t.em
WANTED -To buy lady's bicycle for cash;
must be cheap; state price and make.
Address M. H F.. this office. beS-3 6
W H BiSLDEN. PropT.
W. tt. TELLER, Mr., late of Balto
52. CO to 54 per day. .
Pennsylvania, ave, bet. bta and 7tats., 1
Jy7-3mo Was-lngica, D. C ?
Broadwayand20tst-,New oi. t
Henry J. Bang, Propr.
Rooms with board 52.50 per day and up
wards. Rooms without board 1 and up
wards. Most central in the city, near all elevated
roads, street car lines, principal places or
amusement, business centers and the largo
Broadway Cable cars, pushing the door,
iransfer to all parts ot the clty-
8TEAAI HEAT- Jyl0-3mo
COPLEY StTJE HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue aud Exeter Stieet,
New, elegantly appointed, strictly flre
proor. Location unsurpassed In the city.
Three to eight minutes tram principal shop
plng centers, theaters, etc. American plan.
$3.50 perdayandupward. European plan.
St .r.u per day and upward. F S.UISTEER
la conducted strictly upon tno Europeaa
plan ror the summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate o any nrst-clasA
restaurant; in the btate. ooa rooms c&a
pe nau ror $1.-0 per day and upward.
Morfolk & yyashington
Every day In the year Tor Fortress
Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
errul steel palace steamers "New-
port News," "Norfolk" and "Wash-
ington, ' on the following schedule:
Leave Washington 7:00 p.m.
Leave Alexandria 7:20 p.m.
Arrive t-ori Monroe 6:30 a.m.
Arrive Norfolk 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth - b:uU a. m
Leave Portsmouth 5:50 p. m
Leave Norfolk 6:10 p. ni.
Leave Fort Monroe 720p.m.
Arrive Alexandria 6:00a. m.
Airive Washington 6:20 a. m
Visitors to Chambcrlin's new hotel,
"The Hygela," aud Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service 13
a la carte. and-is supplied from tbo
best that the markets or Washington
and Norrolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue: 513
619, 1421 Pennsylvania nienue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and New York avenue, and on board
Eteamers, where time table, map, etc,
can also be had.
Any other information desired win
be furnished on application to the un-
dersigned at the company': wharf,
foot of 7th St., Washington, D. C.
Telephone No. 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.