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TELE MOEXNG- TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTMBlt 18, 1897.
SUM'S COSILY FUMBLE
Butter-Finger Workl)j Senators'
Pitcher Loses the Game.
THREE RUNS IN THE LAST
Hurricane Finish by the Trol ley
Dodgers Created Groat Excite
ment George Smith the Hero of
the Day He Smashed a Two
IJaj-ger Along the Eon Line.
W. I. Pet.
Baltimore.... S5 34 .714
Boston 86 36 .705'
New York.. .77 43 .642
Cincinnati 67 51 .568
SC Cleveland.... 61 59 .508
&Q Brooklyn 56 66 .459
1(4 Washington... 55 65 .458
&j Pittsburg 55 67 ,446
Chicago 53 68 .438
Philadelphia. 70 .426
t . ft - a r
fIV L0U1SV111C D IL .fJ.O
SSHb St. Lous 27 94 .223
Brooklyn, i; "Washington, 4.
Baltiiiiore, 11; Philadelphia, G
IMiilndelpliin, 2; Baltimore, I
I'ittNliiirg, O; St. Louin, 2 first
Pittsburg, 10; St. Louis, 4 second
Boston, 17; New York, 0.
Cleveliiud, 14; Cincinnati, 3.
W'aKliingtou at Broolc'yn.
Pliilttdcl-rtiin at Baltimore,
yew York at Boston.
Cincinnati at Cleveland.
SU Lonl. at Pitthturg.
Louisville at Chtt-ago.
heir York, Sept. 17. Tiiere was more
excitement at Eastern Park, Brooklyn,
today than is usually seen lria dry goods
etore on bargaiu day. I .was in the ninth
Ii.uIuk when the fun started, and tl
GroiMBfc by & baiting rally, aided by some
ground and Jolty tumbling on the part
of Pfui-er Swgira. tallied three ruiib
and wn the game. Swaim was princi
pally reeptmstble for the victory of the
lotul tky& as Iris fumble of Dunn's tiny
roliei iienntited Burrell to score. Had
th laUer been thrown out at the plate
tle Brooklyn? wuld have been blanked
in this inning.
The trouble started "when Shoch, the
'irst man up in the ninth, pasted the
leather to right ror a babe. Then the
spectator begun to realize that something
unuraal had occurred, and shouted like
wild. DrrHi hit to Wrigley, forcing Shoch
at second. and George Smith followed with
a double, sending Burrell to third.
Pitcher Dunn next rolled the sphere
toward Swaiin, who Tell all over himself
trying to reach it. "When he did finally
get & grip on it, Burrell had crossed the
plate and Dunn breathed safely on first
Jone popped up a short fly to DeMontro
ville. Grifflu blighted the hopes of the rooters
"Knelt ne ;iuutb iwu iciou swie wituou
connecting with the leather. His next
attempt was mure succehsful, and he
troautoed the ball toward "Wrigley. A stone
caused it t bound up over the shortstop's
head, and Smith crossed the plate with
the tying run. Sbiudle followed the ex
ample set by his captain, and drove a
single to right, and Bunn brought the
winning run home.
Up to this inning Swaim pitched an
excM-nt game and received splendid
support. The Senators started off like
eure winners. Sc-ibach, the first man
up, gnashed the leather over left field
fence for four bat,. After Gettman and
DeMoutreviHe had been reiired, Farrell
hit for two aes and went to third on
Jonos' fumble and wild throw to the
infield. Then Duke tried to cross the
plate, but -was nailed by a close margin.
The BrooWyiis tied the score la the
eeoODd on LaChance's single, a wild pitch
and trwc successive outs. The Senators
pulled thwiselves together In the third,
and ou singles by Selbach and DeMontre
viile, two steals, and Farrell's double,
tallied two runs.
A Manning home run by Scheckard,
Brooklyn's new right rielder, gave the
lcK-als their MHxmd tally in the fourth
The visitors added another run to then
EoiTe lu the fifth, on DeMoatrevi lie's
nngie. hie steal of second, and Tucker'-:
line drive for a base- The score:
Brooklyn. R. n. PO-A.E.
Jones, I. f. 0 110 1
Grlffla, c. f. 0 2 4 0 0
Shindte, 3b. , 0 3 110
Sbeckard,r.f....r. 1 1 1 0 0
La Chance, lb 119 10
Boctt,b.... 0 2 4 2 2
Burrell, c 10 5 0 1
u . .-mhvh, s. s.. 112 2 0
110 4 0
-aus 5 12 2710 4
Washington. , E. H.P0.A. E.
Eelbaeh, 1. T 2 3 0 0 0
GetUnan,r. f 0 0 2 0 0
DeMoatrevfflc, 2b 2 15 2 1
Farrell, c 0 2 0 10
Tucker, lb 0 3 10 2 0
BrcAvn, c f -. 0 14 0 0
Eeiliy, 3b 0 0 2 0 0
TVrlgley, s. s 0 117 1
Bwaitn, p 0 12 11
Totals 4 122G 13 3
'Two out when winning run was scored.
Brooklyns 01010000 3-5
Wasblugton 10201000 0--4
Earned runs -Brooklyn, 1; Washington,
2; First base on errors -Brooklyn, 2;
We can sell you any kind
of Boys' School Suit you
may select for less than you
can buy it elsewhere in this
city. Test us today.
Parker. Bridget & Co., 3157th St.
Washington, 1. Left on bases -Brooklyn,
8; Wnshlugtou, 8;- Home runs-Selbach,
Shcciard. Two-base hits -S el bach, Far
rell. G. Smith. Stolcn babe's -Selbach,
BeMontreville, 2; Jones, G. Smith, La
Chance. Firtt baseqn halls -Off Swaiin. 1.
Wild pitch -Sw'ainfi Time of game-1
hour and 35 minutes. Umpire -Mr. Hurst.
BREAK EVEN AT BALTIMORE.
The Orioles aud I'hillies Each "Win
Baltimore, Sept. 17.-The Balttmorcs and
Phillies each won a game today. The
Champions won the first by batting Orth
at will. Hoffer was also touched, up
lively, but managed to keep the hits scat
tered. In the second game, Dimkle and Amole
did great work, .but the Phlladelphian was
more fortunate than his opponent. Duukie
was especially effective when any of the
bases were occupied. Score:
Baltimore: R. H.PO.A. E.
SlcGraw, 3b 12 0 2 0
Keeler, r. f 2 3 0 0 0
Jennings, ss 3 1 3 G 0
Kelley.l. f 0 2 4 0 0
Stenzel.c.r 115 10
Boyie.lb 1 3 13 0 0
Reitz, 2b 1 1 1 G 0
Robinson, c..., 11110
Hoffer, p 12 0 2 0
Totals 11 1G 27 IS 0
Philadelphia. R. H.Po.A. E.
Cooley.r.f 3 3 0 0 0
Bpwd, c. f ( 12 10 0
Delehant?, 1. f 0 12 0 0
Lajoie.lb 1 1 10 0 0
Shugart.ss 0 113 2
Cross, 2b 0 13 3 0
Nash, 3b 0 0 2 10
Clements, c 0 14 10
Orth, p 110 10
Becker, p 0 0 10 0
Totals 6 1124 9 2
Baltimore 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 2 x-11
Philadelphia 1000 4 0010- G
Earned runs-Baltimore, 7; Philadelphia,
2; Heeler, Jennings. Three-base hit- Reitz.
Double play-Reltz, Jennings and Doyle.
First base on balls-Off Hoffer, 1; off
Orth, 2. Hit by pitched ball-By Orth, 1.
Struck out-Hy Hoffer, 1; by Orth, 1; by
Becker, 1. Left on l:ai-es-Baltimore, 7;
Philadelphia, 3. Time of game-1 hour
and 55 minutes. Umpires .Messrs. Emslie
Baltimore. R. H.PO.A.E:
McGraw, 3b , 1 0 0 1 0
Keeler, r. f 0 14 10
Jennings, s. fa 0 0 5 3 0
Kelley.l. f 0 12 0 0
Stenzel.c.r. 0 2 2 0 0
Doyle, lb 0 1 12 3 0
Reitz, 2b 0 0 10 0
Clarke, c 0 0 10 0
Amole, p 0 0 0 3 1
Totals 1 5 27 11 1
Philadelphia. R. H.PO.A. E.
Cooley.r.r 0 0 2 0 0
Bowd.c.f 0 13 0 0
Delehanty.l.f 0 0 2 11
Lajoie.lb 12 8 0 1
Bhugart.s.s 0 0 7 3 0
Cross, 2b 0 112 0
Nash, 3b 113 10
Boyle, c 0 2 110
Duukle, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 727 S 2
Baltimore 1000000 0 01
Philadelphia 01001000 02
Earned runs Philadelphia, 1. Two-base
hits L&jyie, Nash. Three-base hits Kel
ley.Dowd. Doubla plays Keeler and Reitz;
Lajoie (unassisted); Doyle and Jennings.
First base on balls By Amole, 1 ; by
Dunkle, 3. Struck out By Amole, 1. Lett
on bases Baltimore, 5; Philadelphia, 7.
Umpires Emslie aud Carpenter. Attend
ance 3,345. Time of game 1 hour and
BAD DEFEAT FOK THE GIANTS.
The BostonlaiiH "Whitewash Them
aud Pile Up Seventeen It mis.
Boston, Sept. -17. Nichols pitched for
Boston. today,, and the Giants were pig
mies before hiiu. In nine innings only
six of them reached first. Not the re
semblance of an error marred the locals'
fielding. Aided by their opponents errors,
the locals made six unearned runs in the
initial inning. After that the game was
monotonously one-sld2d. Score:
Boston. R. H.PO.A.E.
Hamdujii. c. f 2 U 2 u U
Tenney, lb 2 210 0 0
Lowe, 2b 12 10 0
Stahl, r. f 2 2 2 10
Duffy, l.f 10 2 0 0
Collins, 3b 2 2 2 2 0
Long, s. s 3 2 12 0
Bergen, c 1110 0
Ganzel, c 2 1 D 0 0
Nichols, p 1 3 10 0
Totals 17 15 27 12 0
New York. R. B.PO.A. E.
YanHaltren.c.f 0 2 3 11
Tlernan, l.f. 0 12 0 0
Joyce, 3b 0 0 2 0 2
Davis, s. s 0 0 0 0 0
Wilinot, r. f 0 0 2 10
Gleasm, 2b., s.s 0 0 4 3 0
McCreery, r.r., 2b 0 0 0 5 2
Clark, lb 0 0 8 10
Zearfoss,c 0 13 13
Sullivan, p 0 10 2 1
Totals 0 52414 9
Boston ,...G 130010Gx-17
New York 0 0 0 0 0 00 u 0 0
Earned rune Boston, 0. Two-base hits
Lowe, Long. Sacrifice hits-Ganzel, Lowe.
Stolen bases Lowe, Duffy, Collins. Bases
on balls-orf Nichols, 1; off Sullivan, 7.
Hit by pitcher-Stahl. Wild pitch Sulli
van. Struck out By Sullivan, 2: by Nichols,
4. Double play Gleaeon and Clark. Time
of game 2 hoursana 10 minutes. Umpire
Mr. Lynch. Attendance, 0,000.
ONE FOR THE INDIANS.
"Wilson's Masterly Pitching Is Too
ilnch for Ewing's Men.
Cleveland, Sept. 17. Except in the first
inning today, Wilson was effective, pitch
ing masterly ball. Rhlnes and Ehret
were hit hard. Rhines retired" at the end
of the second inning. The fielding of
both teams was brilliant. Score:
Cleveland. R. n. PO.A.E.
Burkett,l.f 3 3 0 0 0
Childs, 2b 3 3 3 3 1
Wallace, 3b 13 4 10
McKean, ss 0 0 2 3 2
Pickering, c. f 14 4 0 0
O'Connor.lb 119 0 0
Belden, r. f 12 110
Crelger, c. 114 0 0
Wilson, p 3 2 0 2 0
Totals 14 19 2710 3
Cincinnati. R. H. PO.A.E.
Holliday, r. f 14 10 0
Boy, c. f 113 0 0
McPhec, 2b 0 l l l n
Ritchey, 2b 0 0 1-30
Beckley, lb 12 0 3 0
Corcoran, ss 0 12 3 0
Irwin, 3b 0 0 3 2 1
Burkcl.f 0 0 0 0 0
Schriver, c 0 0 2 2 0
Rhines, p 0 0 0 0 0
Ehret, p 0 12 11
Totals 3 10 2415 2
Cleveland 3 45000 1 lx-14
Cincinnati 3 000000 00 3
Earned runs Cleveland 9, Cincinnati 1.
First base by errors -Cleveland 1, Cin
cinnati 3. Left on bases Cleveland G, Cin
cinnati 10. First base on balls-Off Wilson
1, off Rhines 2, off Ehret 3. Struck out
By Wilson 3. Three-base hits Wallace,
Belden. Two-base hits -O'Connor, Buckley,
McPhee, Holliday. Sacrifice lilt McPhee.
Double plny-Corcoran and Beckley. Wild
pitches Wlltoj, Ehret. Passed ball Crelger.
Tune of game 1 hour and 15 minutes. Umpire-Mr-
Kelly. Attendance 1,400.
THE PIRATES WIS TTTO.
Have No Difficulty lu Defeating'
Pittsburg, Sept. 17.-Pittsburg liad no
trouble In winning two games from St.
Louis today. Keller :and Bastings both
pitched good ball, while Sudhof f aud Bart
of sports, we have a host of new
goods In that we want your opinion
A new fall line that beats every
tfl to 91.25 per pair
We've everything that pertains to
the noble game. First-class quali
ties and low prices.
Every house should have one. Noth
ing is more healthful. We'll put
them up if desired
From ,?1.50 to $S.
You ought to see our combination
Wnlklug and Bicycle Shoe. Let
us explain its merits to you.
Yon will always find the newest
things in sporting goods here, as we
aie exclusive dealers.
LARRiMORE & RiDENOUR,
i wore batted for hits when they were most
I needed. Score:
Pittsburg. R. B.PO.A, E.
Donovan, r. f 2 3 2 0 0
Padden, 2b 0 2 3 5 1
Smith, 1. f 2 2 3 0 0
Rothfuss, lb 1 0 11 00
Hoffinelster, 3b 0 2 0 11
Ely, fcs 0 0 18 0
Brodie, c. f 1 0 1 0 0
Sugden.c ". 0 0 5 0 0
Xillen, p 0 0 10 0
Totals G 9 27 14 2
St. Louis. R. H.P0.A. E.
Cross,,- 1 1 1 G 1
Hartmun, 3b 113 3 0
Turner, r. f 0 10 0 0
Grady.lb '.. 0 1 15 1 0
Lnlly.l.f 0 2 10 0
Houseman, 2b 0 0 14 0
Harley.c.r 0 110 0
Murphy, c 0 0 2 11
Sudnorf.p 0 0 0 5 0
Totals 2 7 2120 2
Flttaburg 2 0 220 000X-G
St. Louis 00 0 02000 0-2
Earned runs-St. Louis, 1; rittsburg, 1.
Two-base hits-Smith, 2. SucriMce hits
Ely, Sugden. Stolen bases-Donovan, 2;
Cross. Double play- Ely, Padden and Roth
fuss. First base on balls-Off Killen, 1.
Hit by pitched ball-Brodie. Struck out
By Killed, 5; by Sudlioff, 2. Left on
bases-Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis, 7. Firtt
base on errors-Pittsburg, 1; St. Louis, 2.
Time of gume-1 hour and 40 minutes.
Pittsburg. Jl. H.PO.A. E.
Donovan, r.f 10 3 0 0
Padden, 2b 13 7 10
Smith, l.f 113 0 0
Rothfuss, lb 2 2 3 0 0
Hoffmeister,3b 0 0 0 0 1
Gardner,3b 0 1 1 1 l
Ely, s. s 112 3 1
Brodie, c. f 112 0 0
Merrltt.c 2 15 0 0
Bastings, p 1112 0
Cross, s. s .'...
Turner, r. f
Lally, I. f
Harley, c. f
10 11 27 7 3
0 114 0
0 10 2 1
0 0 10 1
0 2 10 1 0
113 0 0
Totals -J 1024 14 4
Pittsburg 22 1 0 20 03 x 10
St. Louis 10 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4
Earned runs Pittsburg, 1 ; St. Louis, 2.
Two-base hit Gardner. Sacrifice lilts
Smith, Gardner, Hastings. Molen bases
Smith, 2; Rothfuss. Double plays-Hastings,
Ely and Rothfuss; Douglas and Cross
First base on balls Of f Hastings, 3 ; off
Hart, 4. Struck out By Hastings, 4; bv
Hart, 2. Lert on bases Pittsburg, 5; St.
Louis, 12. First base on errors St. Louis.
3. Umpire McDonald. Attendance 2,200.
Time of game 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Eastern League Games.
Montreal 33 0 0 42 10 013
Buffalo 2 10000102 G
lilts Montreal, 15; Buflalo, 9. Errors
Montreal. 3: Bufralo, 7. Batteries -Mc-Farlaud
and Prger; Cochran and Urquhnrt.
Toronto 00 1000300-4
Provident;-; 1 0 0 0 3 2 01 07
UitpToronto, S; Providence, 9. Errors -Toronto,
5, Provideuce, 4. Batttcries
Gaston and Casey; Egan aud Dixon.
Syracuse 0 00 5 100 3 2112
Wdkesbarre 3 5 00000 3 0 011
Hits Syracuse, 10; Wilkesbarre, 10. Er
rorsSyracuse, 2; Wilkesbarre, 3. Batter
iesKissinger and Ryan; Odwell and Dig
Kins. At Scranton
Sprlngneld 0 12 110 2 0 29
Scranton 0 0 0 0 10 00 0-1
Hits-Springfield, 17; Scranton, 8. Errors-Springfield,
1; Scra'nton, 4. Batter
ies Dolan and Duncan; Johnson and Boyd.
Took Two Games.
The Young Orioles suffered two defeats
yesterday at the hands of a picked nine,
called the Senators. The scores were as
First game: R. B. E.
Senators 1 0 0 1 0 40 0 10-1S 21 1
Orioles 00000100 2-3 8 4
Ba'terici-natJey and Holmes; Eddibury,
FlRhcr and Carroll.
Second game: R. H. E.
Senators 0 0 0 7 0 652X-20 19 3
Orioles 2 10 4 2 0 0 0 0912 8
Batteries- Niedfeldt and Biser; Charklng,
L. Fisher and Herrold.
An assault was made on the President
of Mexico on Thursday. The attack was
sudden and unprovoked. Private citi
zens are in hourly danger of attacks of
disease. In the event of sudden sickness
there is nothing that "handles the case"
like Tharp's Pure Berkeley Whisky. Only
$1 per quart at 81 2 F st. nw. it
See the Fpeclal presents we give with
1 pound Baking Powder!! Display in win
dow continually! Changed weekly! Don't
forget the souvenir free to all pur
cliasers Saturday. Grand Union Tea
Co., 021 Seventh street N. W. lt-'em.
$1.25 To Baltimore and Re- :?1.2o
turn via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Tickets on sale Saturday and Sunday,
September IS and 19, valid for return
until Monday, September 20; good on any
The Pennsylvania Railroad
Runs the only through trains to Atlantic
City. Great excursion Saturday and Sun
day next. Best equipment. sel5-4t-em
The Smoothest, Swiftest, Safest
Railroad between Washington and Phila
delphia is the Pennsylvania.
Great $2 excursion next Sunday.
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sure Price. Jl.50.
At all Urns: ilst3.
R ft fl STORAGE CO.. 10 to 16 Est.
u, w u, lie. si mx
l per month.
AMUSEMENTS. J AMPSEMET.'TS.
E. MIDDLETOX, 3 v., Manager.
ThSs Afternoon at 8 Tonight at 8,
EXTRA - . STTIPEIE&33
NEW VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS.
HALLS, James and
The IDEAL TK
Rauscher's Superb Glen Echo Dinners. served in uw ciuo fro-n 5 to o.
Admission to Grounds FREE.
VUT J Grent Fulls Electric TJoad, 'WnslilnKton nnd Glen Kclio Itmlrond via 7lb,
B.l, uIm Georgetown and Tualovtown i;o;d, coumjctintr tit 33d and 31 Streets
Metropolitan lino ut 32d and I strcotH.
w TO GO TO
YOU CAN GO
jf i 1 I f
' U il I i
tLtb I nib KAlLWAY UAKb
Which leave 36th Street every Fifteen Minutes and
At 36th Street you connect directly with
TEENTH STREET Lines.
JBSyNo.'Watking'. NO Inconvenience. These are the only cars that run to Cabin
A Car for Bicycles and other Freight at Frequent Intervals. 1
DON'T BE MISLED. Take the Green Cabje or Green Electric Cars at any part
of the City and connect direct with the only through route by which a HALF HOUR is
saved in either direction.
I The Washington- and Great Falls EieeiriA Railway.
CtOLUUIIIA tlurao of Oporn.
CASTLE SQUAHE OPERA CO.
Matinee today at 2:30. ToulKlitat 8:15.
Iaat times of
CHIMES OF NORMANDV.
. Nisltta, 25, 00, 7Jo. Iloxes, S5.00-
Matinees, ""5 & "jfc. persons. S1.C0
NEXT WEEi: First hall of week,
''Marltana." Last halt of week,
TWO EXHIBITIONS TODAY 2:30 & 8:30.
Producing life-size pictures of tho
Contest held at Carson City, March 17.
Next Monday Opening of the Regular sea
son, "THE TARRY TOWN WIDOW."
A Delightful Comedy Hit.
At Regular Matinee Prices.
Mr. Charles Fromuau preheats
MISS MAUDE ADAMS,
In a new comedy(
THE MT'lLli .MJSIsrEU.
By J. M. BARRIR. founded on his novel.
THE ISLE UP LHAnlPAGNE,
With Richard Golden and ICatherine Ger
malne, and an all-star cast.
Seats now on sale.
BIJOU FAMIL THEATER
Grand Reopening Monday Matinee
WATCH and wait lor AI01CEM1TS
And the Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c.
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening: from 6 to 10,
ana every evening hcrearter until October.
Music by the members or the United States'
Marine Band, Come up to the large oak
grove and get cooL '
Sacred concert by members of the Marina
Band every Sunday.
Churches invited. New electric cars
run from Navy Yard Bridge to Congress
Heights. Uasket picnic parties welcome.
- th:e - x:,otoia.o.
Fr&Iliv Burlesque Trapeze Artists.
(P Street lane) of the METROPOLITAN
RAIIAVAY, with FTIEE TRANSFERS to
and from its NINTH STREET anil CONNEC
TICUT AVENUE Lines aud the NEW XORK
AVENUE Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY, with FREE TRANSFERS to and
from its SEVENTH STREET and FOUR
(1RAND OPERA HOUSE.
V-fi KERNAN A RIFE. Managers.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 13,
Mattnees Wednesday and Saturday.
First Time In Washington,
Chas. E. Blaney's
A PLAY FOR THE PEOFLE.
A Complete Electric Light Plant,
10 Tons of Ponderous Machinery,
Two Large Dynamos In Full Operation,
Splendid Scenic Production.
Marvelous Stage Settings.
Next Attraction "Patent Applied For."
IB conducted strictly upon the European
plan lor the summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate us any rimt-clasa
restaurant in the State. Uooa rooms can
De nad ror S1.6U per day and upward.
Broadway and 2'JttiSC, New Xork. .
Henry J- Bang, Prop'r.
Kooins with board $l!.50 per day and upwards-
Rooms without board L und upwards-Most
central in the city; near all elevated
roads, street car lines, principal planes of
amusement, business centers and tho large
Broadway Cable cars, passing the door,
'ransfer to all parts of the city-
BTEAA1 HEAT- JylO.lmo
W S BELDEN. I'ropT.
W. S. TELLER, Met., into or Bell
"si!. 50 to 54 per day.
Pennsylvania, ave., bet. titb and 7 th eta.,
Jy7-3mo Washington, D. O.
COi-JLiJSY SQUARE HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Exeter Btieet,
New, elegantly appointed, stilctly fire
proor. Location untiiirnassed In the city.
Three to eight minutes from principal shop
ping centers, theaters, etc. American plan,
53.50 perdayandupward. European plan,
SI .5U per day aud upward. !' S.lUSTEER
& CO. aul6-3mo-em
Cor. 11th street and University place,
One block west ot uroadway. Noted
lor two things
inrst-class rooms at $1 per day and
upward; on the European plan.
U & E. FEENKLE.
The New York Herald Clowns,
9 with Trick Bronco Mule.
14tU and U Streot to Chevr Chase Clrole;
with Capital Traction cars and with the
oftener when traffic demands.
ACADEHY I 25, 50 & f5c
MATINEE TODAY, 2 5 and 50c.
Introducing the romantic actor, A. S.
J-.II- -U.il. .
Next Week The Beautiful Southern Play,
AT PINEY RIDGE.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL TniS WEEK.
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday andSaturday.
French Folly Company.
Gala Opening Skit Entitled
MATINEE GIRLS ON A LARK
Concluding with the Lively Burlesque,
"A GREASED GREASER."
Next Week Rice & Bartou'b Big Gaiety
Jorfolk & ashington
Every day In the year for Fortress
Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamers "New-
port News,' "Norfolk" and "Wash-
ington,'' on the following schedule:
Leave Washington 7:00 p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7:U0 p.m.
A i rive bort .Monroe (i.au a. m.
Arrive Norfolk 7:30 a. m.
Airive i'orismotitli h:00u. m
Leave Portsmouth 5:50 p. m
Leave Norfolk 6:10 p. m.
Leave Fort Monroe 7:220 p.m.
Arrive Alexandria G:00a. m.
Airive Washington 15:20 a. m
"Visitors to Chamberllu's new hotel,
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and nttcd throughout with
electriclights. Dining room sen-ice la
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, S17 Pennsylvania avenue; 013
619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& Gl ticket office, corner 15th street!
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time tabic, map, eta,
can also bo had.
Aoy other Information desired will
be furnished on application to the un-
dersigned at the company's wharf,
foot of 7th Bt., Washington, D. C.
Telephone No- 750.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
FO. S ALE-MISCKZ.TjANEOUS.
F?.wi?,fl'E4t half price; one curly birch
SK- ;,n D:ou,e VJleat "h-" oak wardrobe,
-". uak huffet, Sla. Can be teen at
VfH A I c v . . "" 7! I '
niv ik w vypewmcrm good order,
wajpFnw'." ""- fj
FOR SALE A base showcase, 7 1-2 rt
long, -2 i-L' ft. wide, 3 rt. high: class
nil around; doora slide. iai i. ave
viol p t0 stor-? or nnery rooms.
IdOiPt, jioojn iL MelS-36
f SALE-A. bargain; 0-liore power
JjUii6, V Tritl1 PoW-'r Pump; aiw hand
elevator in goou condition, good for live
atoI',e- .,Adl ? 1- F.1 this ,.f?lce.
oex i - o ire in
FOR SALEA limited amount or stock in
.Cycle Saddle Cover Co.; $100 aharea
CSfn l75:evT bicycle ilder needs and
will have one; profits will net 25 per
gent on capital; no stock for sale after
bent. 20. Inquire at Rooms 5 and 6, No
6il I- sc- nw., bet. 10 a. m. and 4 p.m:
FOR SALE Singers, S7: Whites, 58r
Unions, , Sa: NewTlomes, $10; Domestics.
vr.ifNKAi v2,C ' teie-3t-en
. . (1 lt JeTi nw.; doing nice casn
""SPS"-, Address SAGE, tbln ottice.
FOR MASON'S quart jars call nr cpnil
postal to J. S. FARREJLL,co? 2d and G
Els-ae- . ee!7-3t
nl,!??ir,40 sain, pure milk; cheap to
permanent buyer. Address 1533 N. Cap.
k,!u ?dETPart.r 'caving the city would
sell entire household of elegaut furniture.
ta.: gf aof.a?,ri"cc Call or addreiafter
J P- 111.. 3b R Bt. nw. Sel6-3Norr,
K. ,?AL,fc'-Bedroom suits, bed lounge,
bedding, carpets, odd furniture, at bl3
fcth st. nw. uiB."i..m
M.mE ",ri'ysI(:lan s. cabinet; new; cost
$60; will sell for S40. Address CABINET.
this oihce. tel6-3trem '
FOR SALE-Several full-blooded fox ter
rier. puppies. UNION TRANSFER COl
PANY -S bTABLBS. 1 358 D st. nw. ael Blt:
F9, SAiE-Newly-iiivented automatio
steam heater; heats 5 to 10 rooms and
regulates itseir; also Parker Bros. doubla
shotgun, .$20; lot or ladies' hair switches;
from L'5c to $3. 948 2j.Y ave. sel6-36
F9r? SALB-A sejf-Dlaylngorchestroneand
40 rolls of music; cost $250. will sell for
ft L? rarc baraIn- -'all at 1315 7tb
" nw: el3-7trHui
FOR SALE l'oung Cuban and Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishca, dogs, pigeons.
canaties..incubatora, spratta and Auattnvi
BIRD BT6Bd7r? WW? SCHMID'S
ihul biuut, 71 J Uth st. nw au4-tt
P2i?SA1M9f98 for a 6--t'l. extend
slon table; lounges, $2.30; gasoline
stoves, oOcweHr. parlorand bedroom suites.
$1 perwek. REuaioND.sntiEAp casbc
AND CREDIT HOUSE. 313 7th st. nw.
SEWINU MACHINES a few mVre'letK
to Lc closed out at half price, nigh grada
makes only. NEWMAN'S. 611 7tli st.nw
FOR SALE-Fresh cows; always on hand-
would also exchange for dry cows. Jvo'
DE.NEKAS, 3510 Bright-! Z J-
It SALE -Austin's and 8pratfs fresh
og fates; also Olover's dog inediciuec
"--, v.i.o, iuou uiuwcr s uog ineuiciu
pamphiet on dogs and birds- diseases free1
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist, suumiu's bird store. 712
l2th bt. nWc au21-tf
FOR S ALE-$125 will bu3rc.jr7e7ocery
S' ck and fixtures: line location:
?i n fe J5i100 D dulek. COMMERCIAL.
510 I at.nw. selS-3C
F3? pALK-Hotel, Laurel, Md.; 40 rooms;
whole square ground; iai new efcetrio
road; furnished; ell less than hair cost?
sniallcasb payment. J.S.Stt ORMbTBIJt!
913 F, asnington, f). C. sel3-7t
FOR SALE Sabjon on Pa.. ave. nw. doin"
a g.jod business; good reason for seli-lD-,
Aimresa SALOON, this oMicu.
WANTED -Party with $G0 can make alg
""'"ev' trefs. Address QUICK. BUSI
NESS, thjsurfice. it
WANTED -Can sell your place qutek. Have
- "'any calis:see us. EXCHANGE UPRBAU,
' 21 13th st. nw. selS-St.
$250 WILL buy oil route, horse, harness,
wagon, cans, and paying you $100 a
inontn. Apply Q2 2d st. sw. sel7-7tera
FOR SALE The best located gr.cery and
pryvismn store in the city: cheap. Ad-
dresa MONRO E. this of lice. seI7 3t-em
FOR SALE- Cigar store and n.-ws ntand
doing good business; cheip. Ainly2l
Ihdianctave.nw. Kfl7jJ t-em
WANTED -Partner with 500 to Invent;
in an established, paying anil growiag-
bnslness; will clear S20 per week eaea;
il'ira'0 lnis a ver rare opportunity.
1.21 Pa. ave. nw. sel7-3t
ton saLB-Cheap, one of the best cash
grocery, meat and provision stores In
South Washington. No. 126 G n.. be-
tst ami 2d six. sw. self-7t.em
$100 CASH and S75 on timp -vviil hnr i
ing dairy lunch; fixtures worth $35Q;
bargain, act quick. 6l5Fst.nw. sel6-3c
FOR SALE $730 will buy fine corner
grocery; fine location; doing blc business:
rent or store and house s25-67. COM
MEKC1AL. 510 F nw. sol6-3C
FOR SALE Fine grocery; new fixtures
good stock; house and store rents for
20.30; price $375; fine business. COM
MERCIAL, 510 Fnw. sel6-36
FOR SALE Wanted all kinds of stores
to sell; we are liaving calls every dav.
COMMERCIAL. 510 F nw. seie-3C
WANTED To buy good grocery store atT
once for cash. Address E. E. II.. this
office. sel 0-3 6
FOR SALE Grocery doing good business:
reason for selling other business; cheap
rent, good location. Address D. J. K.,
this office. sei67t
FOR SALE-Barber shop in sa: dolus:
good business: price, $225. Addruas
BARBER, this office. se!6-3t.
$1,000 cash, balance on time, will buy
property worth $7,000; tenanted and
renting for $59 per month. Address
OWNER B, thiscrfice. sel4-5C
FOR ALE Grocery and provision store
doing a first-class cash business; will gall
cheap; good reason given for selling.
Address PROVISION, this office. sel4-7C
FOR SALR-HORSKS b CARR-AnE?.
FOR SALE Howe, dayton and harness:
horse suitable for heaw work: will sell
cheap if sold at once. 440 9tn st. sw.:
brick bouse, after 5 o'clock. sel8-3C
FOR SALE A good horse: suitable for
anv purpose; can be driven by a lady
al?o "carnage and harness. Apply 227 F
st. nw., after 5 o'clock- set7-3t-qm
FOR SALE-1 cut-under surrey, 2 side
bar buggies, 2 phaetons, 1 Gaggor
wagon, 1 delivery wagon, 1 IighG set.
double harness. We also have a new lo
ot harness of all descriptions, neve and
M'cond-haud.2ll lltti st. nw. sel4-7t
FOR SALE 2 wagons, 2 buggies, 2 SOT
ries ,1 trap, 6 sleighs, also 2 cheap horse-.:
these goods ar left to tic sold: nothing in
reason refused 027 D St., next Merchants'
Parcel Delivery Co y2-tT.en
LOST A small memorandum book contain
ing B. & O. commutation ticket in nante
of -U. T. Goldsborough, of no value to any
one except owner; liberal rewurd if re
turned to C. CHRISTIANI, 484 Pa. ave.
LOftT Bunch ot keys; 4 flat ones and
3 round ones; between B. & O. depot
and 14th st., on Avenue car line, Sept. 16.
Leave at 720 11th st nw., and receive re
LUST -55 wilt be paid for the return ot
a Tox terrier lost on or about Sept. 3
the dog has white body; brown eara; face
half white and half dark; black stmt on
tail- Return to 1211 O st. nw. sel7-3t-em
LOST-Sept-15, at Capitol, tr t-tweenlti
and 11 th st. ne., a bracelet, "omposed of
small jet", each mounted with gold- Re
turn to 834 11th st. ne., and receive re-
LOST- 0i7 New York ave., near N. Capitol
st., a baby's rlngrattle.otpe.irland silver;
engraved "F. T. N." Generous reward for
its return to 69 N st. nw. sel6-3t,em
WANTED FA RMS.
WANTED -To rent a small farm within
firo TiiilPK of ritv. Af V TlTTW .11 1
five miles of citv. M. V.
i L st. nw.
WANTED-To rent a farm for poultrr
within 5 miles ot city. M. F. DUNN,
411 L s-i. nw. scl6-3t
TO LET To a responsible party, a good
horse for his keeping: call today or Sun
day: rers. required. CHAS. O. KRAUSE,
1742 V st. nw. Its
FOR HIRE To drummers and nuslnesa
men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 per
day, and special prices ror pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615
at. nw.; telephone call. lot). apSO-tX
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