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TBE IHOBNrNG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, BEFTEMBEU 22, 1897.
Five to Four Marks a Victory
Over the Quakers.
MERCER KEBPSTIIEM GUESSING
Clcvoland Spiders After a Tie In
tlie Eighth lulling; Score u Point
on the Pluyers, From Chicugo
Tea Thousand Spectator 'Witness
Divided Honors In Boston.
W. L. Pet.
Mtimore....87 35 .713
Boston 88 37 .704
New York.. .78 45 .634
WH Cincinnati 69 53 .566
5C Cleveland.... 64 59 .520
63 Washington... 57 66 .463
73 Brooklyn 57 6S .456
K Pittsburg 56 6S .452
Chicago 55 69 .444
Philadelphia..53 72 .424
Lcuisville....:51 73 .411
t. Louis 27 36 .220
XVurliini;toii, 5; I'hiliidelphift, 4.
Bronhlyu, 22; BoMou, 5 First
Ronton, O; Broolclyn, l Second
Cincinnati. 11: Pitthbnrs:, 3.
Baltimore, 10; New York, 3.
Cleveland. S; Chicago, 7.
"WaK-hinnton at I'liihtdelpliiu.
Brooklyn at Boston.
Baltimore ut New York.
Chicago at Cleveland.
Cincinnati at Ptinlmry.
LMiitt-vfMc at St. Uni.
PMta4eiliia, Si. 21. Mereer.ae usual,
had lh Pfcttliee sueswa- all the afU-fiiooii,
the haavy iti r g'jing Kr Ills low
bail like a. vjut Hftvr a Hy. Five lit Me
lilt- er- H Mey ikl gntuff him, wflil
Backer w Wt witeH iiit meant runs.
Boyte mIhu 1k!m1 lite Senator, along ritn.
ti irikt Uuowfe, vKcii curt a many rans.
PMt4elttfau R. H.PO.A. E.
Cooiey, r.r ..... 10 2 0 1
liowa.c.f 10 0 0 0
2MlfiMMiy. 1- I ... 0 2 2 0 0
lftm. l . i o 10 o 0
Cr.Mfc.2tt 0 0 2 2 0
Narfi, 3b. ....... 10 2 5 1
Boyle, e , 0 2 7. 0 2
Bft-ser, p 0 0 10 0
Grih 0 0 0 0 0
Beloach. 1. r. .
Gelttnaa, r. t
DeMoau-evitte, 2b. ...
4. 5 27 10 4
R. u. po.a.e.
0 0 2
1 12 0 1
2 0 5 2
Totals 5 4)2716 6
Batted tut Becker in the ninth.
rWiaddjflL 210 00 00 104
WatfbiBgUxt i... 01201001 05
Earned runs Washington, 1. Two-base
hile-DeMoMtrevilie, McGuire. Sacrifice
luta Boyle, Iteiliy. Stolen liases Cooley,
Selhach, Getlmaa, 2; Leahy. Left on bnse.s
-Philadelphia, 5; Washington, 9. Struck
out By Beoker, 5. Double playn Wrigley,
DeMontfeville and Tucker. Firer base on
errors-Philadelphia, 4; Washington,' 1.
Piret base on bails By .Mercer, 3; by
Becker, 4. Paused halls -Boyle, 2. Um
pire Emrfie. Time of game 2 hours and
MEEK1N HIT FREELY.
Baltimore; Euhily Defented the
Giants in a Pitchers Battle.
New York. Sepu 21. The Baltimores
wonrromtbeNew Yorksensllytoday. They
hit Meekin freely, while Nops had the
locals where he -wanted them. Tlernan's
batting and the fielding of Gettig and
Stenzet were the features. Score:
New York. Jt. H.PO.A. E.
YauHaltren, c f. 112 0 1
Tiernan, 1. f. 14 0 0 1
Joyce, 8b 1 0 1 1 0
GetUg, 6.6 0 12 4 0
Gleason, 2b 0 2 3 5 2
McCreery, r. f. 0 110 0
Clark, lb 0 1 12 0 1
Warner, o- ,.. 0 15 0 1
llcekln, p 0 0 13 1
Heeler, r. ....
Btonsei, o. f....
Robinson, c- ...
Nops, p. .......
31127 13 7
R. BT.P0.A. E.
Totals. 1015 27 111
New York 1 0002000 0 3
Balthwsre 300 10 020410
Earned rung Baltimore, 4; New York, 2.
0fc. ''.&'& '
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New Golf Hose.
Two-baf hith-Jennings, Stcnzol, Doyle,
RobinKin, Gcitig. Stolen bu.se Stenzel.
FIrfct bawc ou error Baltimore, 4. First
base on ballb-Off Nops, 1; off Meekln, 3.
Struck out-By Nopfc, 2; by Meekln, 2. Hit
by pitcher IlyNopH, 1; by ileekin.l. Left
ou baees Baltimore, 12; New Yorki 7.
Double pluye-GleuMju and Clark, 2. Pass
ed ball "Warner. Time of game 2 hours
anu 30 niinuieb. Umpireo llcbbrs. Hurst
and Carpenter. Attennanee, 5,000.
CINCINNATI AN EASY WINNEH.
Huwley's Wild 1'itehes Brought
the Pirates liisater.
Pittsburg, SejiL 21. -Cincinnati had no
trouble winning today's game, as Ua-wley
was easy and very -wild. Cincinnati atid
Pittsburg will play l -wo games on Wednes
day, so that the Cincinnati players can
reach St. Louis in time to play on Friday.
PiU-sburg. R. H. PO A. E
Donovan, r.f 10 3 0 0
Padden, 2b 0 13 10
Smith, l.r 0 13 0 0
KoUirtiEs. lb 0 0 10 0
Davis, lb 0 0 8 0 1
Hotfiueister, 3b 12 111
Ely, fi.s 112 3 0
Tannehill.cf 0 1 l 1 0
ilerntt.c -. 0 0 5 2 2
Bawley.p 0 2 0 2 0
Totals 3 S 27 10 1
Cincinnati. r It, H.PO.A. E.
HolHday.l.f 0 2 0 0 0
Boy.c.f 2 2 4 0 0
Buckley, lb 1 1 S 1 0
Corcoran, s.s 2 2 2 5 1
Irwin, Sb 12 0 3 1
Ritctiey.r.f 3 2 10 0
Peltz, c 10 7 0 0
BreiteiiEtein, p 13 110
Totals 11 15 27 13 2
Pittsburg 1 000 0 2000 -3
Ciactiiimtl 1 1 l 2 2 04ii o- 11
Earned rune -Pittsburg, 1; Cincinnati, G.
Two-base liiU-UreitenMein, Corcoran, Ir
win. Three-base hit -Smith. Sacrifice hit
-Pietz Stokn buu'h Hoy, 2; Donovan,
UoWmeisHT. Double play -Breitenstetn,
Corcoran, and Beckley. First base ou balls
-Orr Hawiey. 8. ofr Breht'iistein, 2 Hit
by pitched balls -Irwin, Ritchev, Peitz.
Struck oiit-By Muwiey, 2; bv Breftenstelii,
3. Umpire-Mr. McDonald. Time of game
-2 hours and 10 minutes.
SAFE ItTJN FOB THE SPIDERS
Following a Tie in Eight Innings,
Cincinnati Wins Out.
Cleveland, Ohio, Sepf. 21. -After hold
ing the Chiragos down to five hits, for
eight inningb, Wilson went up in the air
and the Colts batted him allover the field,
tleing the wore. The Spidexs batted in
the winning run In the ninth. Score:
Burkett, 1. f
Pickering, c. r
Belden, r. f
McAllister, s. s
Wilson, p i
Totals .-. 8 14 27 13
Donohue, c .,
R. H.P0.A. E.
0 2 2 4 0
0 0 0 0 0
1 1 11 2 1
2 3 0 4 1
12 0 0 0
113 5 0
0 0 5 10
Totals 7 1125 17 3
'One out when winning run was scored.
Cleveland ." 002111201 -S
Chicago 0 00000 205-7
Earned runs -Cleveland, 1; Chicago, 4;
First base on errors -Cleveland, 2; ChiVago,
1. Left on bases -Cleveland, 5; Chicago,
5. First base on balls -Off Wilson, 1; off
Thornton, 1. Struck out -By Wilson, 3; by
Thornton, 4. Three-base hits -Belden, D'ck
er, Connor. Two-base hits -O'Connor,
Thornton, Mc-Cormick. Stolen bases -Crelger,
Ryan. Double play. Callahan, Con
nor and Anson. Umpire -MnO'Day. Time
of game - 2 hours and 5 minutes.
HONORS EASY AT BOSTON
A Multitude Applauded nn Even
Parting With BrooRlyn.
Boston. Sept. 2 1. Brooklyn took a
reef In Boston's pennant aspirations today,
breaking even in a double-header. Almost
10,000 persons saw theirfavorites go down
Wednesday, September 22, '
SUITLATID PARK. '
Full band dancing dav and night.
Full course dinner, 50c. Busses
every hour front Navy Yard. Big
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Sportsmen, attention I Here's an op
portunitj' to own a tip top Gun or Revol
ver for a smaller amount of money than
an equal quality firearm is sold elsewhere
for! 25 per cent, off prices on all our
stock the balance of this month. Don't
forget Here's everything to shoot with.
Sporting Goods Headquarters,
On F Street, Oppo. Ebbitt House.
in one av-fl inning, in which thefirst game
was settled beyond a doubt, before even
Boston got a crark at the ball. Nichols
was pitching for Poslon, but after a chance
was offered to retire, the side the Trolley
Dodgers treated him -with as Huh ceremony
as thci -would a fwirlerfrom the sand lots.
In this inning sixteen men went to hat and
frxolvc scored. Score:
Jone.s.r.r 3 4 10 0
Griri'in.c.f 3 3 1 .0 0
Shindle,3b : 13 3 2 0
La Chance, lb 3 3 13 1 0
Sheckardi s-s -.. 2 3-0 4 2
Smith, l.f 2 2 110
Shoch,2b 3 12 6 1
Hun-ell, o 2 13 10
Dtinn.p 3 2 3 2 0
....22 22 27 17 3
R. 31. F0.A.E.
Hamilton, cf 113 0 0
Tenney, lb. 0 1 13 I 0
jLowe,2b 0 0 14 1
Stnni.r.r 0 12 0 0
Duiry.l. r 0 13 0 0
Collins 3b VI 0 10
Allen, s. s 12 17 2
Gnnzel.e 113 0 2
Nichols, p 0 0 0 0 0
liicKinan.p 1 J 1 0 0
Totals 51027 l.l 5
Brooklyn 12 00 530 0 2 0-22
Boston 0200 0 020 1 5
Earned runs -Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 3.
Two-base hits-Slioch, Stnhl. Alien, Hick
man. Three-base hits Jones, Sheckard.
Hamilton. Home runs-BurroIt, Hickman
Hnreson balla-Ort Dunn, I, nTf Nichols, 2;
off Hickman, 5. Struck out -CoUIiik, Uun
zcl. Double plays -Sheckard, Slueli und
La Chance, 2; Tenney, unnsslbted; lenney
and Hickman. Time 2 hour.s and 20 min
utes. Umpire -Lynch.
Boston, it. n. rO.A.E.
Hamilton, cf 2 2 0 0 0
Tenne.v. lb 0 1 S 1 O
Lowe, 2b 12 0 0 1
Stahl, r. f 110 0 0
Duffy, 1. f 2 2 4 0 0
Collins, 3b '.... 0 2 13 0
Long, 68 ; 10 4 3 0
Yeager, c 114 10
Lewis, p 12 0 10
Totals 913 21 9 1
Brooklyn. R. H. PO.A.E.
Jones, r. f 0 0 0 0 0
Grirfin.c.f 0 0 0 0 0
Shindle, 3b 0 0 110
Lachance, lb 1 2 11 0 0
Sheckard, ss 0 0 5 4 0
Smith, I. f 0 2 10 0
Shoch, 2b 0 0 3 7 1
Burrell, c 0 0 0 2 0
Fisher, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 4 2114 1
Boston 10 200 4 29
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Earned runs Boston 7, Brooklyn I. Two
base hit Collins. Three-base hits Yeager,
Lachance. Sacrifice hit Tenney. Stolen
ba.-es Hamilton 2, Jones 2. Bases on
balls Off Lewis 5, off Fisher 3. fctruck
um iJy Lewis 4. Double plays Shoch and
Lachance; Sheckard and Lachance; Long
and Tenney; Collins, Long and Tenney.
Time of game 1 hour and 8 minutes.
Umpire Mr. Lynch. Attendance 9.G00.
Eastern League Games.
A t Syracuse
Syracuse ..00001100 02
Burfalc 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Hits Syracuse, 4; Buffalo, 7. Errors -Syracuse,
1 : Buffalo, 4. Batteries: Mul
larl.y and Ryan: Brown mid Urquiiart.
A t Mortreal
Montreal ....3 0 110 0 2 0 1 S
'loronto ... 0 0 3 0 -0 1 0 0 15
Bits Montreal, 11; Toronto, fi. Errors
Montreal, 3; Toronto. G. Batterierf
McFarland and McNamara, McDougull
At For! n gfichl -Spiingrield
Wilkesburre..O 0 10 0 0 0 0 0-1
Bits-Springridd, 9; , "WllkeJibarre., 3.
Errors -Springfield, 3; JWllkesbarre. 5.
Batteries: Korwin and Duncan; Odwellaud
Providence ..0 0 0 0 3 0 13 1 S
Scranton 0 1 0 6 2 0 0 0 0-3
Hit -Providence, 13; Scranton, 11. Er-rois-Providence,
2; Scranton, 2. Batteries:
Egan and Dixon; Yorkes and Boyd.
CRACK RACERS IN TOWN.
Stars of the Cycle Track Ready for
Nothing :4am!s In the way of the na
tional circuit cycle race meet at Inter
national Park next Friday being a big
Chairman Gcttinger, of the Cycle Board
-of Tr.idt', who has charge of the arrange
ments for the meet, received a batch of
entries yesterday which include all the
most famous circuit riders of the country
Among tl.em are Tom Cooper, Fred Titus,
A. C. Mertens, Owen Kimble, Arthur Gardl
ner, Tom Butler, Nat Butler, Fred Sims,
"Bilhe" Sims, II. B. Freeman, Charts
"Wells and Tred Loughead.
Eddie Bald's entry was already in, so
the list of tracks is complete. No nu,n.
noted collection of circuit chasers has ever
been gotten together
Arthur Zimmerman, who is the only un
dr feared champion, bicycle racer; -will also
ride. He armed in town yesterday and
is stopping at Willard's notel. He is rid
ing a much higner geared wheel than lie
in the old days of his supremacy. Be
looks the racer all over. He may be seen
in some of. the competitions, but it is most
likely thnt lie will confine himself to ex
hibition riding. The rest of the riders
will arrive in town today and tomorrow in
order to get a certain amount of practice
before the races take place.
Workmen are busily engaged in round
ing the track into shape. As no rain has
fallen recently, the course will be well
sprinkled and a heavy roller run over it.
Ic will be in as near perfect shape as
possible by the time set for the races.
COOl'ER A VICTOR AT ALBANY
Bents? Eddie Bald nnd Gardner in n
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 21. Tom Cooper, of
Detroit, had little difficulty in winning
the mile match race for $1,000 from
Eddie Bald and Arthur Gardner today.
Bald -won the first heat in easy fashion
by an open length, Cooper beating Gard
ner out for second place by alike distance.
This heat was run in 2:31.
In the secoi-d heat Cooper made a spurt
at the last quarter and led Into the stretch
by fifteen yards. Bald and Gardner came
home -with a great rush, but were a length
back -when Cooper crossed the tape. Gard
ner beat Bald out for place by a -wheel.
Cooper, Bald and Gardner tailed on the
and maintained these positions until the
three-quarter pole was reached. At this
point Gardner made a terrible jump to
sccal the heat, but Cooper -was alert and
-was hot after him before Gardner got -well
Bald -was taken unawares and hopelessly
lert. for before he got started his com
petitors were rushing down the stretch
with a spurt that could not be beaten.
Twenty-five yards from home Cooper in
creased his speed and crossed the line a
-wheel's length ahead of Gardner. Bald
made a heart-breaking effort to catch up,
but on seeing that he was beaten rode the
last dozen yards sitting up. Thib heat was
run in 2:3G 1-5.
A Turf Hero's Monument.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 21.-The memorial
slab to mark the last resting place of the
gteat racc-horsc Domino arrived here from
New York today. It will be erected over
Domlno'.s grave tomorrow.
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55: matinees, 25c and 50c, boxes, SI.
Next Week -"The Fencing Master."
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ICernan & Rife Managers.
Week of September 20.
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D. BIERS & CO.'S GrandSceuic I'rwIucUou,
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First time in Washington.
IN HIS GREAT SOUTHERN PLAY
A Romance of the Tennepe Mountains.
Next week Eugenie Blair, in repertoire.
KEHNAN'S IrYCKUH THEATER.
All This Week.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
RICE & BARTON'S
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SUNDAY EVE., OCT. 3
Mr.. James Faiton Yoorliees
Will repeat his
Out of the Past,"
Being a continuation or the unfinished
lecture course of his illustrious
father, the late
Senator Daniel W. Voorhees.,
,'m1?; Voorhee8 is a genius." Cincin
'The Raven was a remarkable effort
,r ,, Voorhees' theatrical powers."
Washington Times (Sept. 13).
Prices-25, 50 and 75 cents.
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Alf Grant, Rosalie
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Miss Louise Mooro as HerpoU-tte; Mr. Eu
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see us at once. EXCHANGE BLuEaU,
21 13th st. uw. se22-3t
WANTED -Partner, with S300; manu
facturing business; no risk; orders on
hand; unable to till; quick action neces
sary. Address A 57, this of rice.
FOR SALE Saloon: 111G 7th st. nw., 7
rooms; rent, $55; good rixturus; $1,100;
make oner. BtJsiisJicb -.X.UHANGK. 1H21
r et. uw. se22-3t
WANTED Partner, either sex, with 130,
for legitimate business enterprise ul
ready csiaunned: haudluown money. Ad
dress K McC, this oflice. It
FOR SALE -3 special grocery store bar
gains; the last special bargains we had
went quickly, and many late callers were
disappointed, so be quick. COMMERCIAL,
510 F nw. n-em
FOR SALE In business part of city:
near Capitol: good lodging house: cheap:
of 30 years standing. Applv 124 1st st.
FOR SALE-Grocery, confectionery andci
gur store; beautiful fixtures: line stock;
rent of store and 3 rooms, Slo; good locu
tion; nw.; price fe25u; will inventory $350.
COMMERCIAL, 510 K irw. -s-eiii-at-em'
FOR SALE-Grocery and dairv; estab
lished 11 years: doing nice cash busi
ness. JAS. TOOLE, 632 Pa, ave. nw.
FOR SALE Dining rm.; S300; near Gov.
Print. Office.; 7 mis. BUSINESS EX-
CHANGE, 1321 F st. se21-3t,em
FOR SALE Bakery, first-class stand;
reason for selling ill health. 314- East
Cap, st. Ee21-3t,em
FOR SALE The well-known good paying
confectionery andlunch stand, -with lease,
at the main entrance to the Zoo Park:
satisfactory reason for selling and best
ref. given. Those meaning business apply
to EWALD PIER. Imperial Lunch Room,
113 B st. se., opp. new Library.
FOR SALE S250 will buy fine oil route,
horse, wagon nnd cans; will go on wagon
with buyer until he learns customers;
pays $75 month clear. COMMERCIAL.
510 F st. nw. se2l-3t
FOR SALE Cigar and stationery store
In southeast section. For further par
ticulars inqulreofM.L.COLLARD, 937 1-2
D st. nw. se21-3t
FOR SALE-Dry goods and notion store
Apply 7-14 4th st.nw.; jcheap. s21-3t
UNPRECEDENTED opportunity for print
er of limited means to lease or buy
newspaper and job office within 80 miles
of Washington; only Republican paper In
tlty and county. For interview or infor
mation address TIDINGS, Takoma, D. C.
FOR SALE-500 shares Cripple Creek. Colo.,
gold mining stock; cash value, $125; will
trade for bicycle, piano or room and board.
Address LCAST.VLIA, this off ice. se2l-3t
WANTED -Partner; young man with small
capital can buy half Interest In the
nicest grocery store east of the Capitol,
on I'a. ave.; money to be invested in
stock to increase buslne&s; do not miss
this chance to get a good thing; or will
sell at low figure; wish to retire from
business. Call t)30 Pa. ave. se. se21-3t
WANTED Fartneringood paying business;
gentleman preferred. Address BOX 28.
this office se21-3t
RARE opportunity for live business man;
can buy $2,000 nice stck of good
selling shoes for $1,000 cash; business
established; fine corner room; rent free
for nine months; reason foi selling have
other business. Call or address No. 2
8th st. ue. se21-6t
FOR SALE-Barroom; good location; will
sell cheap. Address a. B. L., this of
FOR SALE Steam saw mill doing general
cord wood sawing; large trade; or will
give one-half Interest to any first-class man
, uu t .hi--. ii. - ij.hii- iuu uci sow
ing. Apply at Coal Yard, cor. 7th and I
FOR SALE Store; good location; selling
on account of health. Add i ess Box 37,
this office. 3t1em
FOR SALE-Hotcl, Laurel, Md.;40 rooms;
whole square ground; on new electric
road; furnished; sell less than half cost;
smallcash payment. .T.S.SWORMSTEDT,
913 F, Washington, D. C. se!8-7t
$250 WILL buy oil route, horse, harness.
wagon, cans, and paying you $100 a
month. Apply 002 2d st. sw. Hel7-7tem
FOR SALE Cheap; one of the best cash
grocery, meat and provision stores In
South Washington. No. 126 G st.. bet.
1st ami 2d sts. sw. sel6-7t,cm
FOR SALE-Grocery doing good business;
reason for selling other business; cheap
rcut; good location. Address D. J. K.,
this office. sel6-7t
FOR SALE Building lots, 40x150. at
Rosslyu, Va., from 5c to 10c per foot.
OWNER ONL Y, 1011 1-2 8th st. nw. It
FOR SALE-Building lots and villa site nt
Ballston, on the electric line, about two
miles west of Washington; 5c. fare and 8
minutes' ride from city; price, $100 per lot;
terms, $5 down and $1 per week: on $90
cash; also 9-room house and 1 acre for sale
at auction, Sept. 27; also acreage property
for bale. JAMES E. CLEMENTS, 1321 E
fet. nw. 6e21-3t,em
F2.,SALA- rno Jersey cow and a coed
milker; cheap. Address W ASH , tK
FOR SALE -Chickering upright niano
nearly new; will sell for $200 0neasV
monthly payments. 8T1LFF l"lAVo
WAux.uui3, 521 lltn st. nw., neir
F Shf4v.7i?,.ackfitrone'8 Commentaries, by
O Street Market, or 69 Riggs Market'
postal orders lpjJfmirseg-St '
F?rU,4-VLE-FreE'1 cov;- APpJy 120 33d
F9Ji sf1E-Large Mason & Hamlin organ
worth $50; wflltake $20. 1735 cf n
,.c""C(y early and get a barealn.
a uuiuauutl-N,UOl7tl)m.nw. se2-3S
?nini?ALE A ,aHP nandwme imported
Mliint.bPa coht 35, will tell for S10
cash. Address CASH, this office. se22-3t
Fo?ac!T;rI?UKeh?I,1 fu"ihure cheap.
C32n acTh"8,'t. eJreaWnr up housekeeping;
F(ee.lSr?arty,lea,r,n the citr would
ture !t "household or elegant furni
P . m.' 36 it st 5acrlnce- Call er 3
vnu t - fie21-3t,em
octavcLF;nCiJeaP fo,r casn' square, T-
Pr?;CI"c,ter",B mahogany piano,
CV. t. 'omers, carved legs, 7 1-3 octaves
PavmemI!0 ai" " ,1Ke coin:So; eafy
se2I-3- AUdress mm 2720 P st.
mattr)-- "T.hF.as'trlm?lea crlb anl hair
niirrVr.T,,..",,U,'1 B, Waluut folding bed;
m-r. -ed c-a bedroom state, with hadr
iiotv ' f n5'?' $6,0'' other suites, llko
--- A.., 1P? 1Ji; y folding beds, $3 to
tenter Leathe,r Chair8'' Prett hapS
?rtJ.-r- tabIe3 upholstered chairs and
rn?n.eJhV and a ohoce lot of fine house
m.o SXlKS$0 numerous to mention, being
the contents of Mr. Baker's house, or 5
thJ. MrVand 0ld Pn accunt or leaving
the city; at any price at once. 1721 Pa.
FrSntE-Comp!A'le et of bookkeeping
t -, ? , f or ooa H Commercial College. 26
V1 vmT s'cam boiler and steam oyster
n-r?' a,n complete; will sell cheap. ApdIv
Oyster House, 1307 32d st. nw. PJ
it fALE-Flne Shetland pony. 510 Gtk
sc- sw- . se20-3t,em
FOin tLF SjPendId baby carriage: cheap.
3-6 1 st. nw. se20-3t,em
$5 per month will buy a Calteranh
Typewriter; machines guaranteed m
prelludnary instructions given free; prhSs,
40 $oO and $GO. nEWMAN'a, GU
na C- se 1 8-1 m-em
FOR SALE -Complete amateur pnoto
graphic outfit: 5x7 Rochester Optical
Company's Ideal camera, with 7 plate
holders; 5x8 Bausch A Lomb lens ami
sh ? V2 12 l""S"h lenns and
shutter; reducing camera fr making
lantern slides, and all necessary actSf.
r e- th two lenses akme c?rt
nmP,.' luake me an ofrer- HXPO, this
omJ: . fel S-6t
FOR SALE 1'ouns Cuban andMexlcaan-?
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, ply
cana.lcs. incubators, spratts and AaUa
dog bread; send for catalogue. S CBMMvh
BIRD STORE. 712 lth St. nw
FOR SALE -$2.98 for a 6-ftr.wk exten
sion table; lounges, $2.50; casollna
stoves, 50c week; pailurand bedroom suite-.
$1 per week. REDMOND'S rnEAPCAsfff
AND CREDIT HOUSE. 313 7th st. nl.
SEWING MACHINES-A few more Iefti
to be closed out at half price, high grade
makes only. NEYMAN , 611 7tb t nw
'9 HA,Ll15-Austin's and Spratfs frestt
dog cakes; also ulover's dog medicines:
pamphlet on dogs' and birds' diseases free1
birds and animals mounted by expert tax
idermist. SC'UMID'S BIRD STORE 712
12th st. nw. au21-tf
LADIES hand-sewed shoes, made by well
Known makers, sucn as liisiiofi and Erlto
Jx. Bros., Baltimore; hlzes, 2 " 1-
2 01--. 4. 4 1-2. SELBY, 1U03 Pa."
FOR one week we shall nut one hundred
oairs of men's line nauts on our counC-
dollar. SELBY. 1903 Pa. ave. se00-6c
A J OB low of men's satin, calf, bals.and
cong. will be told auick; all sizes: 6 to
11yyu,r choice SI. SELHY. 1903 Pa. ave.
1 'fLL PREPARE pupils for the Corcoran
School or Art and -will give la-sons in
'"K- "ii?; anl 1-astels. Address ART
IST, Una office. se203t-em
BAD bills collected, or no charge. H. D
GORDON, Lawyer, 1321 F. se22-3t
LADIES, have your dresses made bv the
latest French system: all the neweEt
styles to select from: jerrect nt and fin
ish guaranteed; terms moderate. 718 12th
st. n w. Be 22-3 1
IfAVE your curtains laundered equal to
new at 40c a pair. 503 E st. nw.
MRS. A. EIZNAR, 1235 11th st
Anacoitia cars pass the door; ostrich
feathers curled and dyed in the latest
French style; boas renewed. Call or send
postal card. se21-3t,em
GOOD PRINTING 1,000 business cards,
35c. circulars, 40c; billheads, 60c.
IIASrs, cheapest printer in Washington.
441 G st. n selS-lni.em
FOR SALE-Gent's wheel; good as new;
$1S,- APPl at 209 Center Market.
LACE CURTAINS laundered eqnal to new
at 3.jc per pain mail orders receive
prompt attention; No.25Fst.uw.se21-3t
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS, $250 per
iiuuu; circulars, do cents; otner printing
cheap in proportion
biti i:- st. nw
LACE CURTAINS laundered for 35c
TENTH ST. LAUNDRY, 724 10th at.
1,000 Good hilsluess Cards 40c
1,000 Circulars 50a
1,000 Bill Heads 75Q
At -DAWSON'S, S07 9th.
se20-3trem 15 years experience.
I WILL PREPARE pupils for the Cor
coran Art School, nnd will also give les
sons in drawing and painting pastels. Ad
dress A RT1ST, this office. se20-3tem
GOOD PRINTING-50C. per 1,000, neafc
' business cards; a belter grade for SI.
HAYS, cheapest printer in Washington,
441 G st. nw. selS-lm.em
FURNITURE moved; largest 2-horse load,
$2.50; 1-horse loads. $1.25; pianos, $2:
furniture packed and shipped; experienced
men only; storage COLUMBIA TRANS
FER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. uw. 'Phone 1960.
my o -ci
PRINTING AND BOOKBLVDIXfl.
Printing 500 cards, 75c; 50 envelopes,
75c-; 500 note heads, 75c; 50O state
ments, 75c; binding magazines, 50c:
miscellaneous books rebound. G. E.
WILLIAMS, 615 7 th st. nw. fe6-tf
WALL PAPERS-Latest style.-?; room3 pa
pered from $2 up. CHAS. SILENCE,
1341 I st. ne., or 237 II ne. selS-66
IF YOU want any Interior decorating
done, you'd belter let us start on thu
work now. We do the very finest work.
Ask very small prices for it. Rooms
papered-new paper $2 up. F.G.NOLTB,
810 9th st. No branch. 6fcl8-tC
HAVE your rooms papered by the STONE
BROS.; $1.50 up. 711 5th St. nw.
WIMODACGHSIS classes, 1425 N. X.
ave., telegraphy, typewriting, journal
ism, stenography, etc ANNA S. HAM- -1LTON,
PORTRA1TS-I will make and deliver a
rrce-hand crayon or pastel portrait, with
frame (8 dtrrerent styles; on payment of
$1 per week; no charge unless satisfactory:
beit reference in Washington gUeu. bend
postal and I will call with specimen. ART-
IST, this office. se20-7t-em
OUR TRICES for Interior decorating are
wonderfully low; easily the lowest In
town, we think. Butour workls thennest
that skill nnd good taste can rinisnjRooms
papered, $2 up. F. G. NOLTE, 810 9th
et. -on uiimi-ii- se-tr
..... . j..... tu.uivuiE, Villi GlUtJ
your rumtture; will accommodate you
witn a. loan on eatue; no Interest charged;
liberal dealing; drop postal and will calL
MAROUS NOTES. 637 La. ave. au26-lmo
business for house and lot, or farm. QUE
BEC, this office. sc20-3t-om
WANTED Will exchange two unlncumber
lots,800 each, In ne., for a small house;
assume trust or pay cawh ror dirrerence.
R. S. DONALDSON,
Ee22-6t 520 10th st.nw.
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