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THE WASHDTGTON TIMES, THURSDAY; MAT 17. 1894.
Always something NEW in
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The latest is a Scotch plaid
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It's a regular one dollar tie,
but we sell them at FIFTY
CENTS, and they are not to
be had anywhere else either.
Get one and be among the
first to wear a new style.
We are doing a big busi
ness just now in spring
weight underwear. One
reason for it is that we have
sizes and shapes to FIT
ALL MEN, and give better
values for the money than
any furnishing store in
Some specially good
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i surrosE you have-reuu-
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BUYING A HOME FOK YOURSELF.
I have three houses, lately finished,
fire rooms each, with good yards, near
Tbey cost, with lots, 1,035 feet In each.
In absolute casb, 81,400.
I will sell them to the right persons
for that amount on following terms:
No Cash rayment $15 Per Month.
Two beautiful three-story and base
ment brick houses, brand new, splen
didly planned and finished, every mod
ern convenience, good lot, near Lincoln
Park. Could not be duplicated to-day
for $1,000 each. Will sell them for that.
No Cash Payment $25 Per Month.
Also a very snug little home hut one
block from H-strcet cars. Two-story.
bay-window brick, six rooms, bath,
and all modern conveniences; well
built and finished; lot worth $1,200
alone. Cost nearly $3,000 to build.
Take the property for $3,200.
No Cash Payment--$20 Per Month.
Apply to mo personally, for I cannot
ROOM S3 KELLOGG BUILDING,
1416 F STREET.
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Repairing, Cleaning, and Dyeing Neatly Done.
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Laundry wort in all Its branches neatly exe
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.RACES. RAGES. RACES.
No Guessing, No Picking,
But Genuine Stable Knowledge.
The undersigned having mado satisfactory ar
rangements with several prominent racing
stables Is now prepared to furnish valuable In
formation on aU coming events at Hrooklyn,
Sheepshead Hay. Morris 1'ark, Ac. This Infor
mation comes direct from the track, and will bo
furnished to my subscribers daily from 1 p. m.,
either by wire or special messenger as required.
Terms: $10 for Blx days, or $2 for one day s trial
Bubscrlption Invariably In advance. Money In
vested and settlements mado same day. Satis
factory references furnished to subscribers, and
all communications stnetly confidential. Am
Justified in saying that I can now iiamo tho win
ner of tho BROOKLYN HANDICAP. Address,
Owner's and Trainer's Agent,
Care of WASHINGTON TIMER
$2 IS WORTH $3
during these bard times
Cabinet Photographs reduced from $3 to 3 and
M to $3 a dozen. "
Children's Pictures a specialty.
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FAVORITES HAD THE CALL
Four First Choices Finished First at
the Gravescnd Track.
RACELAND FAILED TO RUN WELL
An Accident Occurred is thg Fifth Bact.When
Jockey H. Taylor Fell With His Mount,
and Both Hone and Bider Had Leg
Broken Attendance Very Good.
New Tons, Mny 16. The attendance at the
Gravcsend track was much bettor than
is usual after a big day, and at least 8,000 por
sons wore present. Tho contests were not ex
citing, as tho winners as n rule had little
troublo In winning. One accident marred tho
day's eport. but few saw it because of the dust.
Twelve two-year-olds wcro In the fifth race, and
bat eloTcn finished, as when tho bunch were
swinging around tho upper turn Dwyor's colt
Martyr fell and carried his jockey with him.
H. Taylor, who rodo tho colt, had his 1S
broken, and the colt's leg was broken as well.
There was a rlpplo of oxcitcment after tho
race for tho liyrtlo slakes was run, as the
three judges, Smith, McDowell, and Simmons,
who wcro arrested ester Jay, wcro again ar
rested by Sheriff Buttling and taken to
tho Gravcsend town hall, whero they were
bailed In 52,000, and got back in time to
place tho horses in tho fifth event. John
Hunter, chairman of the board of stewards of
tho jockey club.was also arrested and released
on bail In tho same amount. A warrant had
been prepared fcr the nrrot of J. G. K. Law
renco, president of tho Coney Island Jockey
Clnb, but ho was not nt tho track to-day, and
tho sheriff was told that ho would bo present
at the hearing beforo Justice Vorhis at
Tho result of tho first race seemed to bo n
foregono conclusion according to tho book
makers, and Gotham won with ridiculous
ease. Ho i by far tho best two-year-olt seen
out this jcar. Don Alonzo picked uptbe
top weight in the second rnee and hail no
troublo whatever to win. Will Fonzo was tho
best of tho lot in tho third race, and for the
third timo tho favorite won. Tho talent fell
heavily in the' Myrtle stakes, for tho rank out
sider won easily, Itaccland running badly.
Another favorite won in tho fifth race when
tho Yum Yum colt was tho first pat the wire
in a common canter, and in tho last race tho
favorite, Tickpocket. sulked, and Stowaway
beat him in tlio stretch.
After tho races weru over Sheriff Buttling
was hunting for four bookmakers for whom
ho had warrants, but it was like looking for a
needle in a haystack at that time. Sum
mary: Firm RACE One-half of a mils. Gotham, 112
(Lamley), 2 to 5. vv on by four lengths; Samaritan,
US (Llttlefleld), 7 to 1, second by four lengths;
Herkimer, 112 (MmmsJ, 12 to 1, third. Time 4:19.
Ringgold, Pouch colt. Kossinoro, and The Clown
second Race One mile. Don Alonzo, 122
fSlmms). 4 to r. won bv ono length: La Jllzerie.
81 (Macklln), -I) to 1, second br a head: Hornpipo,
JOG (Hamilton), 2 to 1, mlrd. lime 1:42 Lndy
Adams, Tom Rogers, and Dr. Garnett also ran.
Third Race Six furlongs. Selling. Will
Focso, 110 (Doegett), 3 to 1, won by thre
quartors of a length; tho" Dolly colt, 103 (flrnlln).
bto 1, seoud by a half length; Trevelyan, 110
(Littltneid), 0 to I, third. Time l:131i. Miss
Llllic, Doolittlc. Toll". Holla, Gertie, Disturb
ance, Long Shanks, Juclntyro, Judge IK
Lit t Jo
Leonville, Cbatocu, and Sweet-
meat al&o ran.
1'OCRTH It ace Myrtle stakes. Selling. MIlo
and a sixteenth. Count, 101 (O'Keefe), 'J) to 1,
won by three lengths; fcmln Hoy, lOti (It. Harris).
SO to 1, second by a length: Jlaceland, 113
fcimins), 2 to'5, third, lime lSltf. Long
Beach and Now or"eer also ran.
Fifth IUce Selling. I'lvo furlongs. Yum
Yum colt, W (G nihil. 7 to 5, won by three
length; Attempt, 105 (Macklln), 15 to 1, second
by three lengths; ilosjulto, IttJ (l'enn), 6 to 1,
third. Time 1:05. Reclamation gelding, The
Squaw, Glad, Tancred, Capt. Jack, lympanee
colt, Flasb, Lady Hug, and Martye also ran.
Sixth Hack One mile and a sixteenth.
Stowaway. 104 (Hucston), 5 to 1, won by a length;
Pickpocket, 113 (Bergen), 5 to 2, second by half a
length; Hammie, 101 (blmms). G to 1, third.
Time VAX Lawless, St. Maxim, Restraint, and
Slelpner also ran.
Following are to-morrow's entries:
FlFfeTlUCE Ono mile and a sixteenth. Miss
Maude, Mary fctone, Madrid, Selena IX, Annie
Bishop, Herfargilla, 115 each; Melody, Jola, Kent
J gem a, Enthantress, Clementina, itxi each.
bECOMi Hace One mile and a furlong. Handi
cap. Comanche, 116; Low Ian tier, 115; illttzen,
105: Selena D, 1; Jodan. U7; Uz2le, fti.
Tiuki Hace Amazon stakes. One-half of a
mile. Jennie A., Donna Mia, Golden IIni, Xes
quanona. Little Ella, sister to Jim Douglass Ally;
Cabtauet, lloundelay, Euranla, Ella Heed, HIdi
cule, California. Charming, and Koscbud, 115
each, and High Folut BWle, 113.
FOURTH Hace I'reakuets stakes. Ono mile
and a sixteenth. Curacao, Assignee, and Fusl
leer. 12 each; Potentate, Eclleld, Flirt. Fresto.
Ed Kearney, and Mr Knight, 117 each; Song and
Dance and Ascot, 114 each; Diablous, Meigbt of
Hand. Old Socks, Hartford, Mr. Jluple, and Atro
pine, 110 each, and Star Actress, 105.
Fifth Hace Fho furlongs. Tinge, Counter,
Tenor, Golden Gate, Harris, Darica, Mirage, Tho
Coon, Hollywood, 11- each; Frolic, Lamerrillc,
Kalhrhoe, 109 each.
Sixth ICace Selling: Six furlongs. Lord Horry,
Iloey, 114 each; Speculation, Chattanooga, 112
each: Silver Ado, loin "lough. Ill each; Heuulon,
110; agnloud. Leigh, Addle, 10J each; Armitage,
Cactus, 107 each; Sandowue.Goid Dollnr, 10(i each;
Hoa H., 101; Lord kelson, Johannos, lUOeaeh;
Lou Hhctt, 9i; Little 11 rate, Handover, 95 each.
I-r.dy .McCarm Won the Hurstbournc.
Louisville, May 10 About 3.500 peoplo
took advantage of the beautiful weather nnil
went out to Churchill Downs to witness the
second day's card of tho Louisville Jockey
Club, which embraced six good events, Tho
track was fast and the sport Rood. The
fcaturo was tho Ilurstbourne stake for two-
ycar-old illlies. Only two lavoriles won to
day, and both were at short prices. Results:
First Kace clling. Four furlongs. Horace
-rco won: Mjrtlo second; .Miss Florist third.
Second Uace Six furlongs. Valiant won: Cap
tain second: lien . Ton lhinL limo l:lbjj.
Third Uace HuitsboniH stake, Sl.IXX) added.
FiTe furlongs. Ladj ilcCann won; La Fiesta
second: Tough Timber third. Time 1.01TJ.
FOCKTH JtACE Onuers handicap. On mile
and hftr yards. Sister Mary won; l'lutus second;.
Ifn.lnlnh ftilt-if limn 1.J.1L4
Fiith IUce rour and one-half f tirlongs. Alex
Labold won; Mart second; Volandas third. Time
fclXTH II ice Six furlongs. Judith won. Twenty
Three Second; King Charles third. Time r:17Lj.
Entries for to-morrow:
FinsT Hack Selling. Mx furlongs. Imp Florry
ilcTers, fti; Floriaunn, lis; Interior, 10i; Itagnnr,
101; lioso, Tom Klmore. IUj each; Com Taylor, HKi;
Mmrock, Hob Mooro, 107 each; I'rinco Kinney, 10J;
hhCOVD Hace Selling; four furlongs. Irksome,
05; llastiue, Ethel Ullttu, I'rido of lontrose. La
Malinche, Harriet 1L, 'M each. Vanity, Jlyrtlo III,
Powhatan, iW each; Sweetheart, 100; Illancho
Kinney, 102, Olenola, 1C4.
Tiiiiu) ltCE One mile J. P. H., 01; Jam
boree, 94; King Lee, lftj; Vallera, Jaoo!i, 107
each; Ida Pickwick, 112. Tho aboro weights are
liable to change.
rouRTii Hack Selling. Fivo Furlongs. Paddy
Qulun, lllack Tiger, 1H oach: Sandovala, 90;
31yrtlc, 102; Addle Buchanan 101
Fhtii Hace Handicap; one mile. Sellka,i:
Tho King, 103; The Heaper, 10G; Santiago, 'Ji:
Irince of Iiarkuoss, 113.
sixth Uace Selling; six furlongs. Alto June,
91; Invade, Voleutrcss, Lucasta. and MUs L, 92
each; rootrunncr, 91; Jim Henry, 05; Nellie I).,
101; Clinton, 107: Cyclone, 10S; Semper Lex, 111,
Jun Dunn, 113.
rtaccs at Hawthorne.
HAWinonxE, III., May 1C Summaries to
day: First Hace Fivo furlongs. Cyanthia won;
Rouble second; Pabo Murphy third. Time
&ECDSD JtACE ix mnongs. St. l'at won;
Hawthorne second; Captain Ilruwn third; Time
TiiFrd Race One mile. Wallace won; Kirk
orcr second; La Sotta third. Time 1:50.
Focktii Hack One mile. lrotender won; Pitts
burg second: Harry Smith third, 'lime 1:47.
Fhtii Hace Five furlongs. Heats. Golowon;
Sw eet Alice second; Duke of Kent third. Best
Firts Race Four furlcngs. Leo Lake, 115;
Sallio Woodford, Ta Ta, Oueen Katie, Nellie
Csborn. 103 each: Chenoa, Mede, 104 each; Le
banjo. 111; Corla, Freyja, 101 each; Jack May,
Second Race One mile and seventy yards.
Logon, 122; Vassal, 100; Tilsit, 91; Illume, 95;
Strathmoatb, lOfc: Gold Dust, 88.
Third Race Five furlongs. Beunos Ayres,
95; Sprite, Delphine, Katie JJarllug, Gilhooley,
00 each; Sentinel, Alvin, San Argentines 92
each; Shannon Belle, Trixey, Gardner, 103 each.
Fourth Race six furlongs. Miss Xannie,
Elsie, 96 each: San Salvador. Bankrupt, Rose
mout McKeever, 100 each; Sir George, Head
light, Costa Rica. 103; .Eollan, Graclo C, 00
each; Uniform, 107: Fennlera. Bell Guard, Rose
mond, S4; Maggie Murphy, W oodruff, Krlnklna,
OS: Springtime. 92; Indago, 101; Llzxie McDulI,
Finn Race-SIx furlongs. Maggie Gray, 93; I
Robin Hood and Verdant, 101 each; Ethel W., W; '
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mrr. k axd l sts
Dalsyrlan. 1(W; Amelia May, 0i); Too MIfco and
Zoollnr, 11W each; Tafelr and l!rit ilarte, llUcacb;
Whitehead, Onyx, Emporia, IW each.
.Sixth Hace Kiv turlcnc. OttyannI, 97;
Stbrathflower and Tetinlo .Iune,90 each; flllatn
T., SO; Harry Warren, Tom Karl, Artillery, 107
each; 111 Henry, Top ( Ira y. Imp Ellse, Kh!; Jack
Uson, Judge Tost, Colo, 110 each.
Favorites Were Boulcd Ocr.
8t. Locis, May 1C A fair attendance nt
the fair grounds to-day saw tho favorites
bowled over in rapid succession in the first
three races of the day, outsiders lending the
money. The weather was clear and wnrm,
and tho track faster than at any time this
First Race Three-quarters of a mile. Selling.
Charlie McDonald won: Miss Gallop second;
Lmma S. third, lima 1:15)4
second Race Nine-sixteenths of a mile.
Trentiu won; Loonas Last second; David third.
Third ILice Three-quarters of a mile. Rosa
lie won; Gen. Ross second: Beilsarlus third.
Fourth Race One milo. Pekin won; Guido
second: My Partner third, lime 1:11
Fhtii Race Three-quarters of a mile. Selling.
La GartU won; Despair second; Dart In third.
sixth Race One and one-sixteenth miles.
Ethel Gray won; RayS. second: Jim Hogg third.
VIRGINIA BADLY UEATEX.
Georgetown College .Made n Runaway
Knee of the Gamo Yesterday.
In spite of rain and mud the game between
Georgetown and University of Virginia was
played yesterday afternoon at National Tart,
and resulted in a sweeping victory for
Georgetown by a score of CO to 0. The lat
time theso teams met was at Charlottesville,
and Virginia won a closo game by 3 to 2.
About M0 persons attended the game, and
tho non-pactisans enjoyed tho rival college
yells. Alter tho second inning tho visitors
were Bllent, and the Georgetown constituency
had things all to itself.
Quite a lot of feeling developed between tho
teaxs as tho game progressed, and on one
occasion Cotter showed his spleen by giving
ono of tho visitors a pretty sharp touch with
the ball, which resulted in the runner being
toppled oer. The Virginians made a big
kick over resuming the game alter the second
inning, when rain had put u stop to play for
"Roaring Bill" Hassamaer was tho umpire,
and he insisted on tho game going on, and ho
carried tho day. Considering tho condition
of the grounds Georgetown put up u strong
game and besides batted well. Dowd was in
fettle and held the Virginians down to four
hits. The score:
GEORGETOWN R In TO A El VIRGINIA. R IB TO A E
Harler. If... 3 12 0 0 Harper.cf.. 0 1
K Mli'y.Sb. 4 3 2 1 OJoLliSon.ts. 0 0
Cottor.lb... 4 3 8 0 0 Watts, If.... 0 0
Carmodr.cf 1 3 0 0 Osnilth. lb... 0 0
Sullivan, c. 0 1112 0 Dillard, rf.. 0 0
Dowd, p 3 3 11 0 Parker, 2U. 0 0
is. -M'h'r. rf 4 1 0 0 0 Coumbc. c. 0
Murphy, 3b 0 1 2 0 0 W'rt i'g n ,3b 0 0
2 2 3
Jlcuratn, ss l u i u l Ma n u.rwo u u a u
IXcIson, p... 0 ills
Total 2010 27 7 1
j Total 0 4 271010
Georgetown- 0B 052051 120
Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned runs Georgetown, 4. Two-base hits
Cotter. Sullivan, Doud. Harper, and t'oumbo.
Three-base hit E. .Mnhoney. tirst base on
balls By Dowd. 3; by Xclson, 7. Hit by pitcher
By Dowd, 1: by Nelson. 2. struck out By Dowd,
10; Nelson, 2. Passed ball Coumbe. Wild
pitch Nelson. Stolen bas-s llarley fi, E.
Mahcney 3, Cotter 2, Dowd, G. Manoney 2,
Murphy, McGrath 2, Harper, Coumbe 2, and Nel
son, 'lime of game 2.40. Umpire Mr. Has
samaer. Boston Won the Day.
Boston, May 1G. Boston won by a good streak
of batting In tho sixth inning. Attendance,
BOSTON. RIBTOA 1IRILTIJI0RE. R IB TO A K
Lowe, 2b. 0 112 2 -VeGrnw.3b. 1113 1
Long, ss 10 14 0 Kcilel.rf... 12 3 10
O 2 U O llrodie.cf... 1 S 3
M'Cart'y, 1L. 0
Tucker, lb.. 3
Bannon, rf... 2
13 0 Ullro'th'rs.lb 1 1
3 0 4 e Kelley.U.... 2 2 3
211 0 0 Bonner. 2b.. 1 2 3
2 4 1 I Jennings, ss 0 1
3 3 2 0 Robinson, c 0 3 5
0 0 2 0 .Mullano. p.. 0 0 0
Brown, p.... 0 0 0
I TotaL.... 7 14 27 8 7
0 0 10 14 2 0 210
Earned runs Boston. 7; Baltimore, G. Two
base hits Kelly, Ganzel, Bannon, 2; Bonner.
Keeler. Homo runs Kelly, Brouthcrs, Gauzcl,
Tucker. Double plays Long, Lowe, and Tucker.
First base ou balls Mullane, 1; Brown, 1: Lnvett,
4. Hit bir pitched ball McCarthy, 'lime of
game 2.03. Umpire Mr. O'Hourke.
Results of Other Games.
Wilkesbarro, 10; Providence, 8. (Twelve In
Allentown, G: Ilarrisburg, G. Allentown for
feited by refusing to play.
Altoona, G; Lastcn, 2.
University of Pennsylvania, 17; Lehigh, 9
Cuban Giaats, 13; Pennsylvania Stato Col
lteading, 7; Scrantcn, 5. (Ten Innings.)
Pottsnlle, 17; llnzloton, 14.
Rain Stopped the Sport.
Baltimore, Mny 1G. Rain stopped the
trotting and pacing races at tho Gentlemen's
Driving Park to-day after the 2:29 postponed
class had finished and two heats each trotted
and paced in tho 2:24 class and 2:27 pace. In
the 229 class four heats- had been trotted on
Tuesday, Queen Tairnaught having tho last
to her credit. Tho maro was made an even
favorite over the field, hut her backers did
not get n run for their money. Harry P.,
with two heats to his credit, won tho llnal
one with ease and took a now record of 2:25f.
Walter Sruko and Scranton Belle each won
a heat ia tho 2:21 class, and Maud L. aud
Fattie D. each took a heat in the 2:27 pace.
Futurity Trottinc Stake Entries.
Tebbx Haute, Ind., May 16. Tho list of the
forty-four entries for the wo-year-old
futurity trotting stake for the August meeting
has just been Riven to tho public There wero
400 entries at the beginning, and as there is
only one more payment to be, made, it is ex
pected that not less than twenty-fivo horses
will appear on the track on the day ot the race.
Tho forty-four Include representativss of all
the best breeds. The stake b now worth
823,000, and will have an aggregate .value of
at least $21,000.
Miscellaneous Sportinc Notes.
Potomac Boat Club regatta takes place this
Fred Foster won $102,000 on Dr. Bice's winning
of the Brooklyn handicap.
There were sixteen race track crooks arrested
at Gravcsend on Tuesday.
A whist tournament will be held next Tuesday
at Philadelphia, delegates from clubs of the
American Whist League participating.
De WohT Hopper was an interested spectator at
the came yesterday afternoon between George
town and University ot Virginia.
LOST AFTER A HOT FIGHT
Senators Again Defeated by Brooklyn
.in an Eleven Inning Game.
CAPTAIN JOYCE PLAYED WELL
It Wu Hip and Tuck Between Washington
and Brooklyn Up to the Eleventh Inning,
When the Bridegroom! Oot in the Win
ning Hnn New York Alio a Loser.
Results of Yesterday's Games.
PrrrsBCRO. 2.; CnicAoo, 0.
Boston, 10; Baltimore, 8.
Louisville, 9; Cincinnati, 7.
Cleveland, G; St.' Locis, 5.
, Brooklyn, 3; Washington, 2.
, PuiLADELruiA, 10; New Tore, L
The Championship Hccord.
L Pet I W
Baltimore. . 14
4 m New York.. 10
7 IM2 Brooklyn... 10
7 (.T St. Louis.... ti
7 GGTiChk-ago.... 6
U STllLnuisvillo.. G
9 SGOiWash'ton... 3
Lost After Llctcn Innlnes' Play.
Brooklyn, Mny in. It was hard lines on
the Senators to lose to-day's game after mak
ing suih a gallant fight, for It required
eleven innings for tho Bridegrooms to worry
out the deciding run. so close was tho con
test. Merger was bit rather hard, but as u
rule th safe ones did not come together.
Daub started In to do the twirling for Brook
lyn, but was replaced by Kennedy, who fin
ished out the game.
Billy Joyce made his reappearance at third
baso for Washington and put up a strong all-
around gamo. Aribey llelded brilliantly in
lett. but like soveral of his associates could
not connect with the bull when a hit would
Tho homo team played almost a perfect
ileldlug game, and the work of Tom Daly and
Shoftnt second nnd short, respectively, could
notnao been improved upon, whilo their
hitting was heavy.
Tho game was won by Brooklyn in the
eleventh inning with two out, when a high
throw, tivo singles, and u long fly let in tho
deciding run. Attendance, l.'.OO. The score:
WsIIlNGT'N. RIB TO A K BROOKLYN. ItlB TO A E
Kadford. ss 1
IT. Daly, 2D.. 13 3 4
OShoch.ss... 0 2 5 G
OTredwy, If. 0 0 10
Joyce, 3b.. 0 2
.McGulre.c 0 1
Sullivan 2b 0 2
lGrlttln.cf... 0 2 10
Abbey, If.. 0 0 5
Tebeau, cf. 0 0 0
0 0 f-hlndle. 3b. 0 1 1
0 0 Bums. rf... 0 1 2 0
0 oai:alloy,lb. 0 0 11 0
0 0,KInslow, a 12 5 2
2 o;Daub, i 0 0 11
iLackance, c 0 0 3 0
10 2 Kennedy, p. 1 0 0 1
Cart'w't, lb 0
.-olfcach. rf. 1
Total 311 S3 16 0
Two out when winning run wa3 made.
Brooklyn 1001O00U00 1 3
Earned runs Brooklyn, 1. Two-baso hit
Shindlc. Stolen bases Badford 2, elbach,
Daly, an'd Grllun. Hrst biso on balls Off
Mercer, 4; off Baub, 2; off Kennedy: 2. btruck
out Hy Mercer, 3; by Baub. 1; by Kennedy, 3.
t Mil pitches Daub, 1; Kennedy, 1. 1 hue 2.22.
Umpire ilr. Hurst
Spiders Won by Their Batting.
Cleveland, May 1G. But for their good work
at the bat the Clevelauds would have been de
feated to-day. The Browns wcro given all their
runs on errors. Attendance, 1,900. Score;
CIEVKLASU. K IB TO A I
ST. LOCL1 B IB TO A E
Jhugart. cf.. 0 1 4 0 0
FrunL.lf...... 0 0 4 0 0
Dowd. rf.... 0 0 10 0
Child 3b... 12 2
Lwlng, rf... 12 0 0 1
1 011 1
10 2 1
O'Con'or. c. 0 0 3
Fcitz. 3b.. ..
10 2 3 0
12 10 0
0 0 10 9
0 10 10
JIcGarr, SU 0 II 2 0 0
-VcAIeer, cf. 113 0 0
11 J, IS5 ......
Clarkson.it. 0 0 0 4
Total G 9 2711
Total B 6 27 10 0
Clevehind. 0 23100000 6
bt Louis 0 0000003 25
Earned runs Cleveland, 5. Two-base hits
Tebeau. 2: JIcAleer. 2. Three-base hits Bur
kett and Lwlng stolen banes Burkett Double
t'lav Qulnu, Ely, and Miller. First baso on
balls Oil Clarkson. 2; off Glecson. 1; off Hawlcy,
3. fctruck out Hy Clarkson. 1; by Uawley, 1.
Time 1.45. Umpire, Mr. twartood.
Phillies .Made It Thicc Straight.
rniLADELPiiIA, Jlay IB. Tho Giants were
beaten to-day, tho third consecutive, by the
Philadelphia nine. The gamo was one-sided,
and therefore tho excitement at no time reached
a very high pitch. Tho Phillies bIzpiI up Meckin in
great shape, and piled up a lead n hich they kept
without any trouble. On tho other hand. Had
dock, of the Phillies, pitched a very lino game,
and the visitors did not do much. Attendance,
riiiriD'Lr'A k In ro a eInewtork. nlnro a t.
Hal ton, CIO 12 1 O.Murphv, ss 0 1 4
3 11 2 OlWnril, 2b... . 0 2 3
3 2 0 O.Vli H lt'mcf. 0 0 3
Duty, rt.. 2
Turner. If. 3
Crrss. 3U 0
Allen, ss.. 1
o,Tlernan. rf.. 0 0 3
0 Jtatford. 3b. 0 1 1
1 Connor, lb 0 17
n'Burko. lf.. 0 1 1
0 0 2 0 KaiTCll, c... 0 0 4
0 2 6 O..M.atln,p... 1 1 1
Total.. ..10 13 27 15 1 Total 1 72711 3
Philadelphia 10 0 0 3 0 0 2 110
Xew York. 0000001001
Earned runs Philadelphia, 7; Xew York, 1,
Two-base hitsHamilton, llallman, Delahauty,
Mcekln, and Clements. Home run Clements.
Double pi is Allen and Boyle; .Murphy, Ward,
nnd O Connor. 1 lr3t ba.o on halls By Haddock,
5; Ly Jleakin, 3. Struck out By Mcakla, 2. Hd
pitches Meaklu, 2. Time 1.S0. Umplre-ilr.
IUIIcn Pitched Superb Ball.
rnTf BlTtn, Jlay 1C Pittsburg shut out Chicago
to-day, principally through Klllen's superb
pltclilng. Weather rainy nnd attendance COO.
rrnsBcmi. slnroAE1 chicaco. itlnrOAE
!tcnzel,cf.. 10 10 OKyan.cf. 0 110 0
Donovan, rf. 0 0 4 0 II Dahlcn, 3U. 0 0 2 3 0
Berkley, lb 1 210 II OWllmot, If.. 0 0 3 0 1
Olassok.ss.. 0 2 13 0 Decker, lb.. 0 010 0 0
Smith, If. ... 0 1 0 0 0 Lauge, rf .. 0 1 2 1 0
l.vou.3U.. 0 111 0 Irwin, ss.... 0 0 12 1
Blerba'erb 0 115 0 Parrott, 2b. 0 1 1 3 1
Klllen, p.... 0 0 0 3 0 .Mcuill, p ... 0 0 0 0 0
Slack, c 0 0 5 2 OSchriier, c. 0 2 4 10
Total 2 7'iO 11 0 Total.... 0 524 10 3
rittsbnrg 00200000 x 2
Chicago.'. 0 000000000
Mcl.lll out for being hit by ball.
Two-baso hits Lyons and Blerbiuor. Stolen
baso (issco',k. Double plays Mack nndOlass
cock: Klllen, Glasscock, and Deckley; Lange and
Schrhor. First lm,o on twills OH Klllen, 4; off
Jlctilil.5. lilt by pitched ball StcnzeL Struck
out 'lyKIlhii,4;by.lcCilI,3. Timo 1.40. Um
pire Mr. Euislie.
I Colonels round Dwycrs Dclh cry.
Cincinnati, May lfi. Loulsvlllcs found Dwyes
delivery for five hits in the eighth inning and
batted out tho victory. Hoy was absent at his
sister's funeral, and Vaughn's hand Is so badly
hurt thit Con Murphy had to take his place.
Murphy did falily well, though his error cost a
run. Attendance, 2,000. Score:
CINCINNATI. R IP. TO A E' LOUISVILLE. K1BTO A E
Murphv, c.. 0 0 0 1 IT. Brown, cf 2 15 0 0
McC.irtay.lt 2 2 0 0 Pfcfter.2b.. 0 0 4 5 0
Latham, "b. 112 4 0 Twitchell, If 1 110 1
Holliday, cf. 2 1 1 1 OO'ltourke.lb 2 210 1 0
Mcl'hee,2b. 113 2 (I Weaver, rf. 2 3 10 0
Canavnn.rf. 0 110 O'Mch'r's'u.ss 1 2 0 3 0
Motz. lb.... 12 9 3 0,Dcnny, 3b... 0 2 2 3 1
O. Smith, S3. 0 114 OOrlui, c 0 0 4 10
Dwycr.p.... 0 0 4 0 O.Uemmlng.p 110 4 0
Total 7 92715 l Total..... 9122717 2
Cincinnati. 2 0 3 0 10 0 1 07
Louisville 0 1200015 09
Karned runs Cincinnati, 2; Louisville, 7. Two
bnse hits Holliday and Canavan. Three-base
hit Brown. Home runs Weaver and lilchard
sou. Double plays Latham. Mclhee, and Motz;
Denny, Ffeffer, and O'Hourke, First base on
balls By Dwyer, 1; by Hemming, 3. Struck
out By Hemming, 3. Time 1.6U Umpire Mr.
i m m
Senators play at Baltimore to-day. v
Philadelphia Is now occupant of second place
Potomacs defeated Golden Eagles, 22 to 14.
Tim O'Kourt played a fine first base for Louis
Washington made a gallant fight, and it was
hard luck not to win tho game.
Pittsburg and Baltimore are tied for third
place, while Boston is not far behind.
The New York Time says Captain Joyce la to
be released. This Is probably incorrect.
"Roaring Bill" Hassamaer picked up an odd
five-dollar note by umpiring yesterday's game.
Challenges for the Potomacs should be ad
dressed to W lliam Taylor, 804 Four-and-a-half
street southei at.
To-morrow he Senatora and OrfolM wilt tiIa-v
at National F trk, and Saturday the same teams
ww paj t jvaiumoro.
Tis a Feat to Fit Feet.'
shoe in our
5 t I talk at
" vj L-r--ir I o n 6 t.h
giro you a
fair idea of
It S. & IL
make, hand welt blucher, with the "Ideal" tip,
comfortable, well looking and well fitting. i is
the price youU Und marked on its equal at the
most moderate price of other shoe stores in
Treasurer, M. Strickland, Inc.,
939 Pa. Ave.
All Wool Pnnts mad to order, t Alt
Wool Salts, S13G0, ftorth 16 and 18.
Bltio and Ulact .Scree And Fancy Cheviot
Suits, $13- Tlio bst In the city.
A Good Fit Guaranteed.
CAPITOL TAILORING CO.,
521 Tenth St. N. W.
THE NEW CITY. THE FAVOR
ITE AND BEST OF ALL BEAD
ABOUT IT; TALK ABOUT IT,
AXD AT TIIE COItXEK- OF
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Easterday's Drug Store,
COIt. O bT. .;d X. J AVE., X. w.
Dr. C. S. HODGSON,
Xorth Canltol and I Streets X. E.
Puro Drugs and 3Iedlclnca. Ico Cold Soda and
Wo sell "Union Made" Cigars.
"Xlght bell promptly anwerod."
Your patronago earnestly solicited. ap22-3m
Lots $30 to $50
Wx3X 10.O01 f-t-i) mim:ifrumcit3r. Sinill
monthly pavnuis iMl for oienndale AdrerUser.
Hainl YoU Realized
during the "hard times" which hare ex
isted for ftomo months past, that an
amount of money liid aside to moet
etuh a contingency would have been
the greatest blessing of your Ufa
Don't be caught In tho same position again.
Open an account with
The Union Savings Bank,
12SJ F STREET X W.
f?Four per cent Interest on ordinary savings
rOpen until 5 p. ra. on GoTernmenJ pay
days, and Saturday evenings from 6 to tl.
EDWRRD T. MISER
Ileal Estate Broker,
Loans und Insurance.
Rooms 4 and GAtlar.tieliuiIdinir.Ground Floor
928 and 930 F Street X. W.
PpccJ.il attention to the renting 6f property
and management of estates.
?2"Fire insurance placod In first-class com
1200 E St Northwest.
Lunches from 11,30 to 2.
Dealer In Puro Ilyo Whiskies, Wines and
Foreign L quors, and a full Hue of To
bacco and Fore leu and Domestic Cigars,
N.Capitol andG Sts. N. E.
WHV NOT COMH AND EXAMINE OUR
419 11th st. nw.
1012 Seventh St. N. W.
FINE WIXES, LIQUORS AXD CIG-1RS.
Uenrich's Maerzen Beer a Specialty.
Fine Lunch from 11. SO to 2.30.
Everything Hrst class in ail respects,
TIIE OLD AND KLLIABLE CORNER,
12th and E N. W.
S. FISHMAN & SON,
Hatters and Men's Furnishers,
430 Seventh St H. W.
Strictly One Pries. Washington, D. O.
FOK SALE CHKAP; STYLISH FAMILY
taotso, carriage, harness, etc Addrost BAB
For Tins lini Only
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 $3-5o bbl.
Lily of Minnesota Best Patent Flour .... S4.50 bbl.
Best Burbank Potatoes $1.00 bushel.
Choice Creamery Butter 25c. lb.
Best Granulated Sugar 4c lb.
Holland, Java and Mocha Coffee 30c lb.
Rice. t;t)oundsfor 2? cents.
Rncrnr PiitWI TTomc
w..&... -.... ... ........ J- "
Best Sugar Cured Shoulders 8j4c. 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
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JOHNSTON'S. 729 7th St.
THE JOHNSTON COMPANY.
Js our price for a pair of those Wins-tip Patent Leather Shoes for men the only
I'UOI'EK SIIOK for dress. Men's Uand-sewed Ktusets. 83 and $1 a pair neatest shades
of tho season.
Havenner & Davis, inc.
923-930 F SXEEET HOETHWEST. ATLAHTIC BU1LDIH0.
We wouldn't haTe the presump
tion to talk about our $150 Shoes
50 much if we didn't sell so many
of 'em and hear so many "good
things" said about 'em. Drum
mers and business men from Xew
York and Philadelphia tell us
they are as pood a thing In bhoes
as exists this side of Xew York.
Comfortable, stylish, and du
able, and yet only
F. H. WILSON
929 F Street.
$13 and Up.
Not counting the comfort of a
Gas Hance for Summer cooking,
consider how economical they are.
And think how clean and conven
ient they are.
2-burncr Oas ISange, $13.
3-burnvr Gas Kange, $1
4-burner Gas Range, $ii
WASH. GASLIGHT CO.
413 10th St. N. VV.
In these days common sense says
Don't ioiiier a Mao
Whos warm, dusty, and tired about poll
tleal subjects of any kind. What he's
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Wiiesi He's Ho
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MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLE LINE
BEGINS TI1IS MORNING.
NEW YORK UMBRELLA CO.,
717 Market Space.
Wc have tlic best facilities and
do the rincst Horseshoeing
work in the City.
WILLIAM F. BURNS,
1215 Ohio Ave.
See specimen of our Fine Horse Shoe
wort in Sickle's window, 1011 Pa ato.
as, ttt 8th sLaad cor. 8th and B sts. apS-lm
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