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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY,. MAY 16. 1894.
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but we are used to crowds.
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to wonder why we are
always busy and the other
merchants talk of hard times.
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PROGRESS OF APPROPRIATIONS.
Congress Is About as Far Advanced as
Usual in Their Consideration.
The comment, usual nt this season. Is heard
about the condition of the appropriation bills,
tnd the suggestion has been made In some
quarters that these bills nro not so far advanced
sk In former long sessions of Congress. An ex
amination of the records does nut sustain the
opinion that theo bills have so far this session
been unusually dolayed. There have, however,
been no e?slous for the past eight years when
Mime of the appropriation bills have not been
larther advanced than during this session, and
uono when some of the bills have not passed
previous to this date, but the average has so far
during the present session been almost If not
Tlieru is still an abundance of tlmo to dirpose
of all these details before tho close of the llscal
year If too much time is net required In the Sen
ate for the consideration of the tariff MIL Sen
ator CocUrell, chairman of tho Committee on
Appropriations, said yesterday that there would
be no effort to pass the appropriation bills in tho
Senalo until the tariff should be out of the way,
but that the committeo would attempt to keep
them well up so as to have them ready for con
sideration as soon as the tariff should bo dis
lp to this date nine of the fourteen appropria
tion bills have passed tho House and three of
the remaining Ave have been reiorted from the
House Committee on Appropriations. Tho leg
islative and the deficiency bills have not yet
been reported to the House from the Appropria
tions Committee, but the former will mako Its
appearance in a few days, and the latter Is pur
tKsely held back po that It may include all defi
ciencies occurring up to a reasonable time be
fore the llscal year closes. Chairman Sayers
expects, howefor, that it will be passed by
June 10. ,
Professor jlvrcnce's Soiree.
Professor Lawrence O'DnyJost evening field
his first grand May soiree at bis dancing
academy. Seventh and L Btreet3 northwest.
The ball wa3 beautifully decorated, and was
packed to overflowing with his many young
friends. The hall presented a pretty scene to the
merry ones who danced to the strains of Pro
fessor Dougherty's orchestra. Among soma of
tho ladies present were: Misses Lyons. Cud
more, Hudson, Lebia, Jacobs, Babcock, Slurry,
Bhoo, Dahlo. Molan, Canter, Anderson,
Houk. Giles, Davis, Murphy. Connor, Ucnsey,
Carmody, and many others. AmoncthoKentle
xnen present were: X. Hickson, C. IUon, O.
Brawler, T. L. McKamara. M. Shecdv, G.
Mowatb, Yerkers, W. Watkins, J. Bevn
olds, N. T. O'Day, G. Smith, T. Saur, J.
Vanderbllt, E. Kremb, II. Mockabee, C. M.
Bryan, W. Cleaves. A. A. Hunter. B. T.
Bandy, L. A. Donahue, II. J. Torrens, D.
Gladmon. D. Dart, L. T. Sweeney, and many
Liability of Pacific Railroad Directors.
Beprescatative Champ Clark, of Missouri,
has introduced a resolution for an investiga
tion by the House Judiciary Committee of the
control of Pacific railroad affairs to ascertain
If any stockholders or directors of tho road
can be proceeded against by tho government.
If the committee finds that any of the stock
holders or directors or their estates is liable
to tho United States for the indebtedness of
the road to the government it Is lustra cted to
report a bill to enforce the liability.
The Senate in executive session yesterday
made the following confirmations.
Thomas F. Miller, to be Judge of the police
court ot the District of Columbia.
Gocrge Keenan, cf Wisconsin, now consul at
Kehl, to be consul at Bremen.
Herbert II. D. Pierce, of MassachusattA. tn h
secretary of legation a ttt Fciereborg. Bussla.
SENATORS WERE OUTPLAYED
Schmelz's Firemen Never Had a Show
to Get the Decision.
BROOKLYN LED FROM THE JUMP
For Fivo Innings tho Scoro Wa Hot So One
sided, But the Bridegrooms Settled the
Business in the Sixth Washington's Er
rors Responsible for Many Brooklyn Bans.
results of Yesterday's Games.
CntCAGO. 6; PiTrsBOKn, 2.
CtETELAND, "; Sr. Lons, a
BROOKLYN', 10; AVASniNOTOX, 7.
l'niuDCLTiiiA, 10; New York, 4.
JJaltihoke-IIoston no come.
Tho Championship' Record.
w. u ivli w. l. ret
Cleveland.. 13 4 789 Now York.. 10 10 MU
Italtlmora. 14 6 TO. Brooklyn... 9 11 4.7)
1'Mla'liUla.. 14 7 W7 SM. Xnnls... 8 11 4S1
1'ltlsburg.. 13 7 CSU OiIcako.... 0 li SW
Boston. 11 9 67U loulstlilo.. 5 13 SOT
Cincinnati.. 9 8 IH) Wash" ton.. 3 19 136
Senators Were Outrlaycd.
Brooklyn. May 15. To-day's same nbounded
In Lard hitting, spasmodic good flcldinc, and
plenty of errors. Tho Senators hit the ball all
rieht, hut the Bridegrooms ruet tho hall oftener
and with bettor effect Besides, thelsitoracould
not resist tho opportunity to fall down nino
tlrnos on chance to mako plays, whilo the homo
players wore slightly moro modest In their
From the style In which the Brooklyns started
out it looked as if they w ould hava n wnlV-over,
and so It proved in the end. but Pchmvlz's lads
gave them a scare for live innings, it was too
muchoiam-nbrt for tho Senators to catchup,
and they were hopeloAly beaten when tho
home team piled up six additional runs in the
Tho WnsMngtons wero groatly handicapped
by tho brilliant Holding of Tom Daly ni kocond
who accepted all of his thirteen chances, and In
addition hit the ball to good advantage, liad
ford, Dugdale, Sullivan, and Tf beau led at tho
bat for tho visitors. Joyco startod in tho game
but retired in favor of Ward who put up a fairly
good game. Attendance, 1,200. hcorc:
EKOOKLTK. It In rO A K WSIIISGTS. IB TO A E
T.Daly.i'b.. S 3 i 7 0 Radford. BS 1 2 2 4 2
Shoch, us.... 1 1 S 3 Uojno. 3b.. 0 0 0 0 0
Tredw'y, If. 3 2 4 1 1 MclJnire, c. 1 1 3 0 1
Grlnin.cf... 1 2 4 1 OlJuedale.cO 110 0
Shludle, 3b. t! 0 111 Sullivan 2b 2 2 2 2 1
Hums. rr... 13 0 0 O.Abbey, If.. 12 3 0 1
Gllally.lb.. 1 0 8 0 0,Tebeau, cf. 1 110 2
KInslow,c.2 0 1 1 CCarfn'tlbO 19 3 0
Stelu, p..... 3 2 0 0 2.elbach. rt 0 0 2 0 0
Lachauce, c. 0 0 0 0
l euy, !.. i i u i i
Word, 3b. 0 0 1 1 1
ToLil 1013 27 14 3
Total.... 7 11 Si 11 9
Brootlvn 33201010 x 1G
Washington. 01130000 27
Earned runs Brooklyn; 0: Washington, 4.
Two-base hits Treadn ay, Orlflln nnd Dugdalo.
Three-bane hit Tobeau. Home run Stelu.
Stolen bases Daly and Burns. Double plays
Sullivan and Cartwnght; ltadford nnd Cart
wright First baso on. balls Oft Stem, 1; off
Petty. 4. Hit by pltchod ball Sullivan, Tebeuu
anu c icin. airucit oui y ieiu, -. uj i -.j. .
Passed ball MeCulra Wild pitches Petty, 2;
Stein, 2. Time 2.21. Umpire Mr. Hurst
Pirates railed to Hit Griffith.
Pittsburg, May 15. Pittsburg lost to-day's
gamo through tho inability to hat Griffith's
curves safely. After the second inning, they did
not get a hit Attendance. 2,130. Score.
nroraii. KlnroAE cuicino. ribpoae
Stenzel,cf.. 10 7 0 1 ltynu. rf..... 0 0 1
Donovan, rt 1110 l.Dahleu, 3b.. 13 1
Bectley. lb 0 1 10 0 O.Wilmot, If.. 1 1 3
Glassclt.ss.. 0 0 111 Decker, lb.. 0 011
Smith. If. ... 0 0 10 O.Langc, cf... 13 3
Lyons, 3b... 0 0 0 0 0 Irwin, ss.... 0 0 3
Mnck.c 0 0 4 0 OParrott, 2b. 10 3
lllerba'er,2b 0 0 3 6 Ollrifflth.p... 12 0
Ehrct, Ii..... 0 10 3 ljKittridge.c.. 112
Total...,. 8 3 27 10 4 Total..... G102713 1
Pittsburg 20000000 02
Chicago 0001100 2 20
Karned runs Pittsburg, 1; Chicago, 3. Two
base hits Donovan and Dahlen. Three-bae
hit Wllmot. Stolen bases Donovan, (irimth
and Lange, Double plays GlaBcock. Blerbauer
and Bovkloy. First baso on balls Off Hhret. 2;
off Griffith, 4. Hit by pitched ball Donovan.
Struck out By Ehrot, 1; by Griffith, 1. Time
1.50 Umpire Mr. Emblie.
Cuppy Too .Much for St. Louis.
Cixtelaxd, May 15. Cuppas good work in
the box and the sharp fielding of tho homo team
resulted lu a shut out for the Browns to-day.
Attendance, 1,000. Score:
CLEVELAND. K IB TO A E' ST. L0CI5. R IB 10 A E
Chllds 2b... 2 12 2 0 t).wd. rf.... 0 13 0 0
Burnett, If- 2 13 0 0 Frank, If...... 0 110 0
McKeau.ss 110 3 0 huugart. cf.. 0 0 2 0 0
Ewlng, rf... 12 3 0 0. Miller. 1U... 0 1 II 10
Tebeau.lb. 13 8 0 0 Peltz, c. 0 12 11
OTon'cr.c. 0 15 0 0,Jutnn. 2b... 0 14 0 5
McGarr, 3b. 0 1 3 1 0 tly. ss 0 2 3 0 0
McAleer.cf. 0 0 3 0 0 1'ooley, 3b.. 0 0 1 .1 2
Cuppy, ix.... 0 1 0 1 0 Clarkson, p.. 0 0 0 2 1
Total .... 7 11 27 7 0 Total 0 7 27 19 9
Cleveland. 2 0000040 17
St Louis 0 000000000
Earned runs Cleveland, 1. Two-base hits
Ewlng, Cuppy, and Frank. Stolen bases Ewing,
Tebeau, nnd Dowd. Doublo plays McKeau,
Childs, and Toboau; (Juinn, .Miller, and El-. First
base on balls OH Cuppj-, 2; off Clarkson, 6.
Struck out By Cuppy, 2; by Clarkson. 1. Passed
ball O'Connor. Timo 1.41. Umpiro Mr. Swart
wood, Phillies Had an Kasy. Conquest.
PniLADELTHIA, May 15. Thei"hiladelphia team
made an easy conquest of the Giants in the
game to-day, th Xow York men being unable
to overcome the lead obtained by the" home team
in tho first inning. Tho Giants did some good
hitting iu individual cases, Connor's home run
in the secoud inning scoring them their first ruu.
On tho other hand tho Phillies taught right on
toWestervelt'scunes. Attendance, 0,100. Score:
miLAn'tr'A it 1b ro a e'new yokk. it in ro a e
0 OtHiirphy, M.DS3 10
Boyle, lb.. 1
Turner, It. 3
Cross. 3b... 2
Taylor, p.. 0
Allen, ss .. 0
u.uaru, -u.... u i u :j :
0 -u II lt'u.cf. 0 12 10
0 Tiernan. rf.. 0 0 0 0 0
l,Farrell,3b.. 0 0 3 2 0
OConuor. lh 119 10
0 Burie, lf.. 112 0 0
1 'Wilson, c... 2 2 0 0 0
0 est'rv'lt, p 0 0 2 3 0
Total.. ..10 IS :
!7 13 l TotaL..... 4 82711 2
.110 0 2 2 0 10 110
.011000 2 0004
Earned runs Philadelphia, 7; Xew York, 3.
Two-base hits Taylor. Allen 2, Turner, and
Dclahanty. Three-base hit Burke. Homo run
Connor Stolen bases Hamilton 2, Boyle, and
ClementSL Doublo plays Westerveit and Con
Dor; Delahanty, Clements, Allen, and Clements.
First base on balls By Taylor, 4; by Westerveit
4. Wild pitch Westorvelt Timo 1.43. Um
Results of Other Games.
llarrisburg. 7: Rending, 3.
Scranton, 13: Alleutown. 8.
Atlanta, 9; Charleston. 2.
Detroit. 0: Grand Rapids, 2.
Atlanta, 9; Charleston. 2.
Providence, 13; V. ilkestarro, 4.
Senators at Brooklyn again tc-day.
Brooklyn 13 closing fast on New York.
That firo in Boston robbed, Baltimore of a
Jack Crooks would make a good man for Wash
ington. "Roaring Bill" Hassamaer Is becoming tired
ot chasing sparrows.
Georgetown College and University of Virginia
will play to-day at National Park.
Old man Ansehas In Griffith apparently one
of the best pitchers in the League.
Almas Tompto. Mystic Shrluers, havo engaged
Capitol Park for their baseball games.
The Senators batted well enough, hut the
Bridegrooms went them one better, with the
Results at St. Lonis.
St. Louis, May 13. Fair attendance at the
fair grounds to-day indulged in only ordinary
speculation upon a card which, with tho excep
tion of tho handicap, was scarcely more than
fair. The summaries:
First Race 1 hirtcen-slxteenths of a mile.
Selling. Francis Pope won; Kentucky Lady sec
ond; Burt Jordan third. Timo 122.
Second Race Four and one-half furlongs.
Selling. Carrie B. won; Couer d'Or second; Sig
nora third. Time 0.53)4.
Third Race One and ono-eighth miles Chis
wick won: Chlswell second; Princo Carl third.
FontTn Race Thirteen-slxteenths of a mile.
Tea Set won; Cartoon second; Fonda third.
Firm Race Thirteen-slxteenths of a mile
Selling. Schuylkill won: Safe Home second:
Oakvlew third. Time llji
Sixth Race Ono mile. Selling. St Brandon
wen; Bellisarius second; Little George third.
FIRST RACK Three-fourths of a mile Relllni.
JoeL.. LadrG&V. Sir r?iilhhrt. PlrawnM 11
I Marlet, Red Jim, Harry Lewis, Miss Gallop, 1
Emma 8., 95 each: Voltrine, Golden Crown,
Charlie McDonald, lted Cross. Bobby Burns, 100
Secoxd Hack Nine-sixteenths - of a mile.
Queen Fanstus, David, 100 each; Sir Dixon, 104;
Alderman Carey, Joe Hill, Trenton, 103 oach;
Leonas Last, 105.
Third Kace Throe-quarters of a mile. Rosa
lie, IB; Frank It Hnrf, 103; Bellsarlus, 107:
Ed. Greenwood.Cass, 110 each;.MIdway, 119; Peart
Fodutti Kace One mile. Ell, Mr. Dunlap,
Pearl N., 107 each; Billy Sunderland, Kate Ben
der, CoL Wheatley, Maid of Blarney, 111 ench;
Pokln, 112: Walter, My Partner, Joe Courtney,
Guldo, Old Popper, 116 each.
Firm 1UCE Three-quarters of a mile. Sell
ing. Ovation, 11. F. Fly, Jr.. Minnie Mackln, La
Gartla. Dr. Parks, Grampian, Mamie it. Despair,
S3 each; Borderer. Tho General, .Masonic Home,
Charlie II., Dart 100 each: Adjuster, 1(17.
SixmltACE Eleven-slxteenlhsofamile. Arch
bishop, 81; Jim Lee (3-ycnr-old), Jim Hogg, 91
each; itussell Gray, 102; Ella Shlpmatl, hthel
Gray, Lord Wiltbrook. 10(5 oach; Postal, 107;
Broodwood, Chimes, P.ayS., Ill each.
RESULTS AT GRAVESF.XD.
Stoncncll Wins the Opening. Rncc from Dr.
Hnsbroiick, the Sprinter.
New York, May 13. Following are the sum
maries of the day's events at Gravescnd:
First Race Fivo furlongs. Stcuenelt, 123
(Slmros), 8 to 1, won by ono-hatf of a length; Dr.
Hnsbroiick, 123 (Doggott), 3 ton, second by two
and ono-half lengths; Correc Ion, 120 (F. Little
field), 7 to 2, third. Time 1-OIJfj. Wah Jim and
Pecdsd Race One mile. Halton, 112 (A. Clay
ton), 5 to 1, won by ono length: John Cooper, Ills
(Martin), '! to 1, second hrnlencth; Sir Knight,
110 (Donohue), 20 to 1, third. Time l:13Jf. St
Julien, Wernberg, Prig, Factotum, Ironsides,
Aurelian, Figaro, Ed Kearney, Appomattox,
Rama, Flirt, nnd Prince Klamath also ran.
Third Race Expectation stakes. One-half of
a mile. I'tlca, IIS (Slmms), 4 to 1, won by a
length; Drelbund. IIS (Tarnl), 5 to 1, second by
one-half length; Tamerlane. US (F. Llttlefleld),
5 to 1, third. Timo OSOJVt. Ella Reed, Applause,
Golden Gnte, St Vincent. Rosebud, Golden Rod.
'lhe Coon, Princo of Monaco, Sir James, and
Fourth Race The Brooklyn handicap. Ono
nnd ono-qunrter miles. Dr. Rico, 112 (Taral), 7
to 1. won by one length; Henry of Xavnrre, 100
(A. Clayton). 7 to 1, second, by ono and one-half
lengths; Sir Walter. 120 (Docgett),3 to 1, third,
by two lengths. Time S.-07M. Clifford, Ban
quet, AJax, Sport, Diablo, Ilassetlaw, Com
mauche, Lowlander, Copyright, Herald, and
Blltzen ntai rnn.
Fimi Rack Ono-half of a mile. Harry Reed,
115 (Brcoks), 3 to 1, won by three lengths; Harris,
IIS (II. Jones), 0 to 1. so-.ond iy ono lwnzlh;
Trophy colt (W Mldgloy), 12 tol, third. Time
0:HL Hailstone, Xaahoe, South"ide, Potash,
Corncob, Canterbury, Littlo Ella nl&o ran.
sixth Race Selling. Ono mile and a six
teenth. Eloroy, 10: (IIueston),7 to 1, won by hnlf
a length; Captnln, 105 (Bergen), 7 to 1, second,
by one length; Joe Dan, 107 (It. lloggett), 10 to 1,
third. Time liOJS. Marshall, Chnuncey,
Annitage, Vesplan, (Tallopiuz King. Lord Xol
sou, Sallita D.f and Connors nlso ran.
Following nre to-morrow's ontrles at Graves
end: First Race One-half of a mile. Rossmore,
Pouch Colt. Gotham, King Gold, Samaritan,
Herkimer, The Clown, Bartow, 112 each; Lillian
Second R ce Ono mile. Don Alonzo, 122; Tom
Rogers, 110; Hornpipe, 100; Dr. Garnet, 90; Lady
Adams. La Mlsere, 91 each.
Third R ice Three-quartors ot a mile. Three-yeir-olds.
Selling. Judco D., LongShanks, Miss
Lilly, Dolly colt. Little Mat, 101 each; Mclntyre,
Chateau, LecnIllo, 107 eacn; Disturbance, Holla,
Doolittle. 100 each: Gertie. Token, Innocent, an
each: Trevelyn, Sweetmeat, Will Fonso, 110 each;
Fourth Race JIIIo and a sixteenth. Mjrrtle
stakes. Selling. Emln Bey, 100; Simmons, 100;
Torch Bearer, W; Count, Now or Kcvcr, 101 each:
Raceland, 11:!; Long Beach. 112: Eloroy, 109.
Finn Rice Selling. Five-eighths of nmile.
Captain Jack, Yum Yum colt. Martyr, Flash, !ti
ench: Tnncre.1. 103: Glad. 104: The Squaw, Re
clamation gelding. Lady Bug, 95 each; Mosquito,
102; Am-terdam, 107; Second Attompt, 103; l"ym
Sixth Race Handicap. One nnd one-sixteenth
miles. Slelpner, 120; Pickpocket. 113; Stoway
and Hammie, 104 each; Restraint, 100; St Maxim
and Lawless, 98 each.
CHANT THE WINNER.
Eugene Leigh's Entry Captured the Classic
Kentucky Derby tVltli Ease.
IiOcisville, May 15. Over 15,000 pooplo
assembled at Churchill Dcvns to see tbo con
test for tho twentieth renewal of the Kentucky
derby. Although this race has steadily de
precated in Importance as a turf meat for
feoreral years, tho honor of taking this classic
trophy is still keenly competed for by the Ken
tucky breeders, as it is regarded as tho high
est test of the thoroughbred colt to take up 122
pounds over a mile and a half in racing nt the
beginning of tho season. Tho horses got away
on tho second breaks 'lorn Elmore making the
most of a running start and showing half a
dozen lengths in the van to the quarter, when
Pearl Song took up the running and showed
thu way to tho stand.
Here Chant drew up from the bunch, nnd
was in front for the run up the back stretch,
and running easily under Goodnie's restrain
ing pull, ho kept just in front of his Held in
the stretch, aud stalling off the challenges of
Pearl Song nnd Sigurd galloped down to tho
finish nnd won by a good six lengths from
Pearl Song, who was ten lengths In front of
First Race Three-quarters of a mile. Selling.
Parole won, Florenna second; Van Cluz third.
SrcoND Race Five-eighths of n mile. Elsie
won; Blasco second; Glenone third. Time laVJ
Third Race Ono aud a half miles. Kentucky
Derby, $2,500 added. Chant won; Pearl Song
second; Sigurd third. Time 2:41
Fourth Race Selling. One mile. Vallera
won: Professor second; Ragnor third. Time
Fifth Race Four and one-half furlongs. Myr
tle won; Adam second; Irksome third. Time
sixth Race Three-quarters of a mile. Helen
N. won; SaUatlon second; Imp. Somersault third,
Following aro the entries for to-morrow:
First Race Selling. One-half cf a mile. Volan-
das.H'; Hiram Argo,93; Myrtle, 101; Miss Flor
ist, 101, Bona Vera. 103.
Second Race Three-fourths of a mile. Ed
Brown, Randolph, Capt Tin, Susie Anderson,
Renomee, Molliu I)., Renavon, Imp. Nellie h.,
105 each; Valiant, 110.
Third Race Five-eighths of a mile. Fedalma,
Two Step, 103; Clara, Christine, La Fiester,
Gurgle, h'spana, Tough Timber, 110 each; Lady
Fourth Race Ono mile and sevonty yards.
Sister Mary, Plutus, Pendleton, 93 each; Ru
Finn Race Selling. Two-year-olds. Nine
sixteenths of a m lie Volandas, S3; Dr. Reed, 93;
Alox Labotd,97: Shinty Bob, Detective, 101 each;
Julia Arthur, 105: Start, IVi.
Sixth Race 'I hree-quartersof a mile. Judith,
Volorie, Vena N., Kosinetle, Sister Anita, 105
each; Twenty Thice, 110; King, Charlio Banner,
Allura. Charlio S.. 110 each.
Track fast; weather clear.
Events at Hawthorne.
nAWTIIOKNE. I1L, May 13.
First Race One-half of a mile. Wells Street
won; Coria secoud; Gus Strauss third. Time
Second Race Three-quarters of a mila Fair
Knight won; Verbia second; Woodruff think
Third Race Seven-elghtos of a mlln. Mon
tana won; William T. second; Freddie L. T.
third. Time 133.
1'OCKTH Race Three-qunrtors ofamllo. En
terprise won; Victoria second; Consistent
thltd. Time, 1.2").
Fifth R ice Ono-half mile. Climax won; En
tre second; Gold Dust third. Timel.OSif.
Sixth Race Ono mile. Hurdles. I'an Handle
won; Beilringer second; Templemore third.
Entries for to-morrow:
First Rack Five-eighths of a mile. Rouble,
101: Tate, 93; Charlie Weber, 97; Murphy, 1(11;
J. J. Douglass, W; Catrina C, DoJure, Cynthia,
Second Race Three-quarters of a mila Cap
tain Brown, 103; Hawthorne, 103; Tcnganoxio,
11(1: StPnt, ISO.
TniKD RACE-One mile. Lasotta. Ill; St Albans,
Rosewood, and Kirkovor, 10 each; Misiive, 10i;
Red Star, 85; Lyndhurst, 110; Powers, 103. Wal
Fourth Race Ono mile. McLlght, 100; Harry
Smith, Willie L., nnd King Mac, 103 each; Pitts
burg. 85; iToteuder, 93; Ell Kludlg, 102.
Racing at Ealtiirorc.
Baltimore, Md.,May 13. Tho Baltimore and
Philadelphia Spring trotting and pacing circuit
was Inaugurated to-day at tho Gentlemen's
Driving Park. Tho day was ideal and the at
tendance unprecedented. Fifteen started down
in the 2:37 diss, with the Held n big farorito
over Pantominc, that matctialized as a winner
In straight heats, establishing a rerord of 2 23J4
in tho third. The 2:18 pncepiocd a groat dump
to the talent that btcked Martha 11., at long
odds over the field. The winning factor devel
oped In IJobcrt C, a son of Thorudalo Idol, that
had a previous record of 21. Robert C. won
tho event in sttaiglit heats and took on a now
revord of 2:19J4 In the second heat
The last event of tho day was the 2:29 class,
which was postponed on account of darkness
aftor four heats had been trotted. Harry P.
won two heats, Nellie OrloiT and 0.ueen Fear
naught each winning a heat
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
Jockey Taral and Dr. Rice are a good pair to
The August trotting stakes at Charter Oak
park have Ailed welL
Eugene Leigh won the Kentucky Derby, al
though he lost the Brooklyn Handicap.
Harvard and Cornell colleges have arranged
for a footbaU contest this season In New York
The first football.game of ISO! between Cornell
and Princeton will be played October 20, on
The University of Pennsylvania athletes will
got an opportunity at last to contest the Yale
and Harvard men at Bergen Point on May 30.
"Rockbridge Ryo" best in world for money
94 gallon, f 1 quart, 50c pint, 25c sample bottle.
Ltnois, 404 Ninth street northwest wed&sat
729 SEVENTH STREET.
Teas, Coffees, and Spices.
We have opened with fresh stock of Teas,
Coffees, Spices, Groceries, Potatoes, &c.
Leave your orders to-day.
Electric Light Best Family Flour $3-5 kbl.
Lily of Minnesota Best Patent Flour .... $4.50 bbl.
Best Burbank Potatoes $1.00 bushel.
Choice Creamery Butter 25c. lb.
Best Granulated Sugar 4j4c lb.
Holland, Java and Mocha Coffee 30c lb.
Rice, 5 pounds for 25 cents.
Sugar Cured Hams 13c lb.
Best Sugar Cured Shoulders 8 c lb.
Lard 8c per lb.
Baby Brand Condensed Milk 2 cans 25c.
Best Mixed Tea 50c. lb.
Make up orders from price list and bring your
library cards to be punched.
JOHNSTON'S, 729 7th St.
THE JOHNSTON COMPANY.
Is our price for a pair of those Wins-tip Patent Leather Shoes for men the only
I'HOl'KK SHOE for dress, ilen's Hand-sewed ituisets, 3 and 1 a pair neatest shades
of the season.
Havenner Sc Davis, inc.
928-930 F STREET K0ETHWEST, ATLANTIC BUILDING.
Wo wouldn't hayo the presumjv
tion to talk about our 33.50 Shoes
bo much If -wo didn't sell so many
of 'cm and hear so many "good
thlnps" said nbout 'em. Drum
mers and business men from New
York And Philadelphia tell us
tby aro as pood a thing tn Shoes
as exists this side of New York.
Comfortable, stylish, and du
able, and yet only
F. H. WILSON
929 F Street.
I Gas Ranges, 1
9 $i3 and Up
Xot counting the comfort of a
Gas Kauce for butumor co-Ahig,
consider how economical they are.
Aud think how clean and conven
ient they are.
E-burner Gas Kanfje, $l
S-Lurner Gas Uantre, 14.
4-burner Gas Itange, ill
I WASH, GASLIGHT GO.
a 4-13 10th St. N. w.
C - 0 $ -O "O -9 -& - $ - G
In these days common sense says
' v - a
Who's warm, dusty, and tired about poli
tical ftub'octs of r.ny kind. V.hat he's
looking for is a sandy spot and a cooling
drink. Many n man is finding out that
For5olid, unmixed liiuHcn.'ovment OUIE
SUPA IS I N.SUIU'ASKD. As cold ns
death, delicious a3 nector, and ns HhoI
ftfnioas the purest s;riug watr, kiphly
charged, and tho bo; of rwil fruit tiics
can inslio it. Try it. It's worth wnlkiug
TIHItD AMD G STS, X. W.
JlANUFACTUREltS' SAMPLE LINE
BEGINS THIS JIOltXIXG.
HEW YORK UMBRELLA GO,
717 Market Space:
Wc have the best facilities and
do the Finest llorscshocins
vork in the City.
WILLIAM F. BURNS,
1215 Ohio Ave.
See specimen of our Flno Horao Shoe
irorlc in Sickle's irin'low, 1011 Fa are.
312, 412 9th st and cor. 8th and D sts. apK-lm
Portraits of the
A non-partisan pictorial his
tory cf the great conflict
from 1861 to 1S65.
Illustrating the valor of the
soldier as displayed on the
Tlicso sketches woro drawn by the most
fanous artists of tho times. Forbes,-Sehell,
Ward, Becker, Taylor, Lovel, Crano. Dnvls,
nnd numerous others equally as noted. Don't
fall to secure this valuable work while it Is
being sold through tho medium of this paper,
nnd thus perpetuate the memories of our
Upwards of 1,000,000 men wero on the roll
of the nrmyduringtholate war period. Out of
this number 300,000 sealed their patriotism
with their blood.
As Ions as this nation stands the memory of
these defenders of the Union will bo one of its
e-3"Don't fail to get the numbers as they aro
ait 2 Now Heady.
In nil the fashionable clotbs are here. Our
stock contains the cloth that'll exactly nil
your idens of style, neatness, aud dura
bility. We're ready to make up your choice
Into a stylish, porfect-nttlns suit, for a
very moderate price. Look us up.
J. J. COSTINETT. 635 G ST.,
Jllllmry and Civil Tailor.
MUGG'S LANDING HESTAUHANT.
Ice cold beer 5c per bottle; also flu est
brands of vines liquors, and cigars.
Ice cold beer served in stone mugs-
OPPENHEIMER'S, 1021 7th N. W.
READ THE LETTER
A CLOTHIMG FEAST
BOSTON; MAY 8, i894.
MESSRS. PRICE & LONG,
8oj Market Space, Washington, D. C.
We have this day shipped to your address
$25,000 worth, of Clothing, balance of creditors
stock. Close out at once, regardless of cost, as hit'
mediate settlement is necessary.
J. DONNELL, Assignee.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
E HAVE received these goods they are here at
this MOMENT a most magnificent stock made to
sell to the high-class
to follow the above instructions to the LETTER
every stitch of this splendid tailor-made clothing is DOOMED.
We shall hurry it away at prices never before heard of in
this part of the country. We will rest the merits of this
clothing on your own judgment We know that the crowds
are going to surge through our store that some of the late
comers are going away disappointed for this is going to be
a WHIRLWIND sale too GOOD to last LONG. We are
going to ask you to get here early. Our force of salesmen
has been doubled, and you shall be served promptly and ex
peditiousty. Any person who buys here and can DUPLI
CATE his purchase in any other store in Washington at
TWICE the price paid can have his money REFUNDED
upon request. This is the greatest opportunity ever offered
to get a perfectty-tailored Summer Suit at a price that is
actually LESS than the first cost of the CLOTH. Every
suit is cut in the tip-top of fashion every popular shade is
here and everything goes at a mere shadow of its actual
value. First come first served.
803 PA. AVE. (Mk Space.)
Two Doors West of Eighth Street.
I SUPPOSE YOG HAVE-REGU-LAIILY
FOK XXSY YEAltS, buying
homes for others. STOP IT now and
Use your rent money each month In
BUYING A HOME FOK YOUIISELF.
I hive thre bouses, lately finished,
flvq rooms each, with good yards, near
They cost, with lots, 1,033 feet in each.
in absolute cash, Sl,400.
I will sell them to the right persons
for that amount ou following terms:
Xo Cash Payment--$lo Per Month.
Two beautiful three-story and base
ment brici houses, brand new, splen
didly planned and finished, every mod-
. ern convenience, good lot, near Lincoln
Tark. Could not be duplicated to-day
for 5 1,000 each. W1U sell them for that.
No Cash Payment$25 Per Month.
Also a very snug littlo home but one
block from ll-atreet cars Two-story,
bny-window brick, six rooms, bath,
and all modern conveniences; well
built and- finished; lot worth $1,2C0
alone. Cost nearly $3,000 to build.
Take tho property for $300.
No Cash Paymcnt-?20 Per Month.
Apply to mo personally, for I cannot
KOOJI S3 KELLOGG B0ILDISO,
1416 F STREET.
IGE GRERM SODfi 5g.
Prescriptions Compounded by
Graduates of Pharmacy.
Easterday's Drug Store,
COK O ST. AM) N. J AVJi, K. W.
Dr. C. S. HODGSON,
Xorth Capitol nnd I StrcoM X. E.
Puro Braes and Medicines. Ice Cold Soda and
Wo sell 'Tsiox Mads Cigars.
"Xicht boll promptly answered."
Your patronage earnuBtlysolIcUed. 8p22-3m
50x10,000 fret -S nilnut" from city. Small
monthly navinwii .SW or ulenndal- Advcrtker.
Beadle UUOCinT.fcXttCOCaS FUn.w.
EDWRRD T. MISER
Ileal Estate Broior,
Lor.ns and Insurance,
Booms 1 and C Atlantic Buildins.Ground Floor
928 and 930 F Street K. W.
Special attention to tho renting of property
and management nt estates.
tSTlro insurance placed In first-class com
panies. CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY,
M. A. WEAVER. PEOrBirrOK.
SJ2 Eiguttl St N. W. Telcphono 1013.
iJiundry work In all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
trade of Boston. We are going
THE GAP1T0L TAILORING CO.,
Ml TENTH St X W.
To Order from 3130 TJp.
my!31w To Order from fi.OO ljp.
Hain't YoU Realized
dnrlngthe "hard times' which bare ex
isted for some months past, that an
amount of money laid aside to meet
such a contingency would have been
the greatest blessing of yonr Ufa
Don't be caught In the same position again.
Open an account with
The Union Savings Bank,
1222 F STREET K. W.
n?Four per cent interest on ordinary savings
nyOpen until 5 p. m. on Government pay
days, and Saturday evenings from G to S.
ANDREW W. HEIL,
PASTS, S3 UT. SUITS, $30 -VXD 823 UP.
Repairing, Cleaning, and Dyeing Xeatly Dona.
315 Pennsylvania avenue nw. ap'37-lm
S. FISHMAN & SON,
Hatters and Men's Furnishers,
430 Seventh St. H. W.
Strictly Ono Price. Washington. D. 0. -
WHV XOT COME ASD EXAMINE OUR
119 11th st nw. apS-lra
Hatter and a
3 No. 1012 Seventh St. N. W. d .
izuu c sLHorinwest. y
Lunches from 11.30 to 2.
JOHN RAEDY, 4
Dealer in Ture Eye Whiskies, Vines ajA
Forelen Liquors, and a full lin' of "1
bacco and Foreign and Domestic t'lca
N.Capitol andG Sts. N. E.
FIXE WINES. LIQUORS AXD CIGARS.
HenricU's JIaerien Beer a Specialty.
Fine Lunch from 11.S0 to 2.S0.
Everything first class in all respects.
' TUE OLD AND RELIABLE CORNER,
12th and E N. W.