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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 19. 1894.
.No easy matter to provide
styles and patterns in Boys'
Clothes to suit everybody.
We came nearer to it than
anyone else, for we are -willing
to wager that we sell a
larger percentage of the cus
tomers who come to look
than any other store in
town, and we couldn't do so
if we did not have the proper
garments at proper prices.
There's a big invoice of
new stj'les in Children's $5,
$6, and $7 Suits at better
values than you'd find else
where at these prices.
Come in to-day and look
them over, you'll be more
than satisfied with the style
Boys' Furnishings, too, of
every description are here,
all the best makes, at less
than furnishing store prices.
Robinson, GhBnj Go,,
Twelfth and F Streets.
YOOR BENT ?
I SUPPOSE YOIT HAVE HEUU
LARLY FOR MANY YEARS, buying
homes for others. STOP IT now and
Use your rent money each month Jn
BUYING A HOME FOR YOURSELF.
I hivo three houses, lately finished
five rooms each, trlth good yards, near
They cost, with lots, 1,035 feetln ch,
In absolute cash, $1,400.
I will sell them to the right persona
for that amount on following terms:
No Cash Payment $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 $4,000 each. Will sell thorn for that.
INu Cash Payment $25 Per Month.
Also a very snug little home but one
block from II-street cars. Two-story,
bay-window brick, six rooms, bath,
and all modern conveniences; well
built and finished; lot worth 31,200
alone. Cost nearly $3,000 to build.
Take the property for $3,200.
No Cash I'ayment--$20 Per Month.
Apply to me personally, for I cannot
ROOM 23 KELLOGG BUILDING,
1416 F STREET.
DO YOU WEAR SHOES?
WE UAVE THE BEST KM SHOE OX
EARTH COME AND
THE ECONOMY SHOE HOUSE,
TOS SEVENTH ST. N. W.
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY,
M X WEAVER, Pkotkietok.
512 Eighth Ft X W. Telephone 1613.
Laundry uork in all its branches nodtly exe
cuted at rcasonablo ratea
ANDREW W. HEIL,
PANTS, 53 UP. SUITS, $20 AND $23 UP.
Repairing, Cleaning, and Dyeing Neatly Done.
313 Pennsylvania avenue nw. ap27-lxn
THE NEW CITY. TOE FAVOR
ITE AND BEST OP ALL. HEAD
ABOUT IT; TALK ABOUT IT,
AND AT THE CORNER OP
13TU AND G STS. N. W. LEARN
RACES. RAGES. RAGES.
No Guessing. No Picking,
But Genuine Stable Knowledge,
The undersigned having made satisfactory ar
rangements with several prominent racing
etables Is now prepared to furnish valuable in
formation on all coming events at Brooklyn,
Pneepshead Bay, U orris Tark. tc This Infor
mation com ok direct from the track, and will be
furnished to my subscribers dally from 1 p. m.,
either by wiro or special messenger as required
Terms: $10 for six days, or 1! for one day s trial
subscription invariably in advance. Money in
vested and settlements made same day. featis
factorr references furnished to subscribers, and
alt communication- strictly confldentlaL Am
Justified In saying that I can now name the win
ner of tho BROOKLYN HANDICAP. Address,
Owner's and Trainer's Agent,
Care of WASHINGTON TIMES.
I employ local labor, therofore patronize
mrfi,3mo THE TAILOR, 810 V ST. N. W..
j Jo ft
DR. RICE WON THE PARKWAY
Brooklyn Handicap Winner Tut An
other Race to His Credit.
BANQUET COULDN'T GET THERE
The Dwyer Oelding Flattered His Backer! for
Awhile, but the Doctor Always Held Him
Safe Sirocco Was Favorite in the Third
Event, bnt Was Badly Beaten.
New Tons, May 18. The attendance at the
Gracsond track was ngain large to-day,
although there was a slight falling off from
yesterday. Tho chief Interest of the day was
in the promised contest between Clifford and
Dr. Rico at 122 pounds each in the 1'arkway
handicap at one mile and a sixteenth, but, to
tho disappointment of all, Clifford was
scratched, leaving Banquet as the chief 'con
tender. In view of the smallness of the Hold,
tho Dwyer gelding was well supported, and
flattered his backers for awhile, only to give
up in tho end.
Up to tho three-quarter polo the four con
tenders ran nose and tail at a cracking gait,
lllitzen leading the way, with Dr. Rice second,
Banquet third, and Herald last. The mile
was run in VA1?, and then Blltzen shut up
suddenly and dropped to last place. Banquet
tried hard to overtake Dr. Ilieo, but could
not, and the latter won a well-run race in
Tho Sly Dance colt won the opening dash
very easily from an ordinary lot, although
whatever chance tho Morris filly Monotony
had was spoiled by a wretched start. An or
dinary lot wa3 in the second race, and the fa
vorite, Leonville. won cosily enough. Wulter
RIggs had no trouble to get the plai'e at long
odJs. No tickets were sold on him for the
place in tho mutuals.
Tho faor!te. Sirocco, was short a raco and
was badly beaten in the third race, the ictor
turning up in Appomattox, who ran well
backed by his owner. Fifteen 2-year-olds
started in the fifth race at selling weights, and
to the surprise ol m erybody a prompt start
was made, with the favorite. Nunki Pooh, in
ii good position. Second Attempt led to tho
last furlong, but Tamerlane and Nnnki Pooh
set sail for him. and both passed him with
ease. A few more jumps would have landed
tho raco for thn fa orite. but tho post was too
near and Tamerlane won. Summary:
rircsT Race Four and a half furlong. Sly
Dauce cole, US (Grifilii), 6 to 5, won by one and
a half lengths; Herkimer, IIS (Maims). 4 to 1,
second by one and a half lengths; IW'ruose, 215
(Lamley). third. Time OJHi. s-oulhslde, Mr
James, Kossmore, and Monotony also ran.
fcECOND Race One mile. Loonvillo, 112
(bimms). -H to f won by three lengths; Walter
RIggs, 11- "(Morgan), 40 to 1, seoond by one
length; Mar Actress. 107 (Mrasta), 8 to 1, third.
'1 lino 1:45. Dutch Skater, Jersey Belle, Lady
Adanib, appho, and Ironsides also ran.
'luinn Race fclx furlongs. Appomattox, 109
(I)oggett). 6 to 1, won by two lengths; Torcb-
boarer, iw (uadjes;, iw to i, seconu uy a necjc;
Nick, 110 (Ballard), 6 to 1, third. Time 1:14
1'actotuin, Wernberg and Mroeco also ran.
ForKTU R ICE 1'arkway handicap. One and
one-sixteenth miles Dr. Rice, 1 (Taral). 7 to
10, won by u length; Banquet. 117 (Mmms), 13 to5,
second by four lengths; Herald, 9S (Carter), 10 to
1, third, lime 1:43)$. Rlltzen also ran.
riFTU ilACfc 2emng. riro lunongs. lamer
lane, 103 (l'cnu). 4 to 1, won by half a length;
Naukt l'yoh, 10S (Doggett), 7 to 5, second by two
lengths; :?cunu Attempt, 1U3 (Mallard), l to 1,
third. Time 1:02. Naraho, Lady t ranees,
Tho Reclamation gelding, Grollan, L'undo, llash.
Captain Jaik. l'otash, tantfnc. Dr. France, The
Coon, and Canterbury also ran.
Mini Race S-olliug. Ono and one-sixteenth
miles. George Reck, 91 (Hrlttou), 5 to 2, won by
a length; Connors, bs (IE. Doggett), 10 to 1, second
by half a length; Captain T., 1U5 (llergeu), 3 to 1,
third. Time 1:50. Long Beach, llaminle. Blue
Blood, Young Arion, Chief Justice, and Wlemar
The entries at Gravescnd for to-morrow are as
i'lKST Race One mlla. Don Alonzo, lii; Roller,
116; Lawless, Minmous, 11- each; Madrid, 111;
Will Funzo, 10b: Dr. liaruett. Ed Kearney, Do
each; Lorna, Doone, La Misere, III each.
fatt'OND Race Three-quarters of a mile
Alaboa, I'ii; Iloey, Madstoue, Eclipse, 119 each;
bhnmons, 117; Sullruss,AddIe. 114 each; Marshall,
101); Miatovr, 102, Dolly colt, 1C0.
Tnir.n Hack i Ive-eignths of a mile. Hudson
stakes. Utlca, 123: l'nnco of Monaco, I'andora
celt. Mirage, Gotham, Amsterdam, lis each;
FocitTn Race One mllo. Carleton stakes.
Atropine, Halton, Aurellan, tactotutn, fct.
Julien, feL Maxim, Hornpipe, Assignee, Prig,
Dobbins, 122 each.
Fiitu Race One and one-eighth miles.
Harnnpo, 117; Raceland. 1IC: Aax. Ill; Pick
pocket, 110; btowaway, 10b; Restraint, Gallop
ing King. W each.
sirrn Race Fire-eighths of a mile. Chicot,
Dorle, The t?ago. Marcttl, Ilartow, Pallanthus
colt, l'aladln, 112 each; Lumerrllle, 1W.
Seventh Race Three-fourths of a mllo. The
Ironmaster, 111; Onward, Bollver, agabond,.
10U eatlu I.ord Nelson, 105; GlorUna. 104; Equa-"
tion, 102; Little Pirate, Libertine, Handover, 05
each; Gertie, 10.
The second race having received twenty-ono
entries was divided, and will bo run as the sec
ond and sovonth.
TRAGEDY ON A TRACK.
Jockey Goodalc Thrown to the Ground nnd
Killed bv Virdcn's Hoofs.
LonsvitiE, Ky., May IS. About 4,000 people
attended tho fourth day's races of the Louisville
Jockey Club at Churchill Downs. The track was
dusty and about one second slow. Only five races
were run to-day. The fourth oent was declared
oil. In the second race Judge Payne fell Just
beyond the half-mile pole, throwing Jockey
Goodale. Virdcn, who was last and coming at
full speed, stepped on bis forehead, crushing it
in and causing concuion ol tho brain, from
which he dledabout twunty minutes afterwArds.
Ho was also Ladly bruised about tho body.
Tho talent fared bolter to-day, threo favorites
winning. Weather cloudy and cold.
FlUsTRlCE Oue-hilf of a mllo. Tough Tim
ber won; Lagraco second; Uurgio third. Tlmo
second Race Soiling. Seven-eighths of n
mllo. 1 remona won; Cravasso second; Contri
bution third. rimelSit
Tiiir.D Race Tho Aloxandor stakes. Five
eighths of a mile Laureate won; Buckny second;
lilasco third. '111110 1:03K-.
Fourth ract deilirf d oil
Fimi Race Five-eighths of a mllo. Troo Advice
wonLa Fiesta second; McCanu third. Time 1:01.
Sixth Race bellihg boten furlongs. Helen
N. won; Ragnor second; Llewellyn third. Time
Tho entries for to-morrow are as follows:
First Race Six furlongs Rcnomee and
Sister Anita, bo each; Llewellyn, 95; Santa Maria,
97: Van Cluse, 101; Capt. Spencer, 107; Transit.
ICfJ; Molllo Pitcher, 111.
StaKiD Race Two-year-olds. Selling. Four
furlongs. Jack Farrel, DO; Adam. 01; Annelle,
Fspsula. 92 each; Claudie, IW; bhauty Rob, Paddy
Quinu, 95 each; Blanch Kenney, 117; La Uraco,
100; Tart, 101
Thikd Race Kentucky stake. Ono mile and
a quarter. Charity, Solifca, Shuttle, Miss L., 117
1'ocr.Tn Race Six furlongs. King Charlie,
Florianna, Annie May, 105 each; Valiant, OS;
Cora Taj lor, 102; Somersault, 101; Orlnda, 105,
and Salvation, lis.
Fifth Race even-elghthsof a milo. InTade.
Captain, and Tip, S5 each; Imp, Florry Meyers,
and Zophlle, 93 each; Hurdctte, !; Pendlotcu,
95; Interior, 105. and Semper Lex, 105.
SIXTH Race Celling. Seven-eighths of a mile.
Little Ed, 90; Professor S.,8!; Jim Henry, 91;
White Nose, 96; Jiln Dunn, 100; MacBeth, 110;
Slmroc, Vallera, 10S each.
Only One Ta orito Won.
St. Locis, May IS. On a track heavy and worse
with mud, and the weather so cold as to rondcr
everything and everybody almost unmovable
from stiffness. It was no wondor that to-day at
tho fair grounds only one favorite was successful
in landing the money placed on hfm All the
rest of races went to outsiders. The favorite
was Jim Lee in the fifth race.whenlEarl Cochran
rodoout to a successful finish. The track was
in such condition as to make tho sport little less
than a farce.
First Race Six furlongs. Gallop In won;
Blake second; Willlston third. Time 1:19
Second Race Ono and one-quarter miles.
Gray Forest won; l'eraline second; Henry Jen
kins third. Time 2:173J,
Third Race Nine-siitccnths of a mLo. Littlo
Jim won: Miss AllceJ second; Dorah Wood third.
Focktii Race One and one-quarter miles.
Wedgefield won: My Partner second; Jamestown
third. Time 2.15.
Fifth Race One and one-eighth miles. Jim
Lee won; Marcel second; Uncle John third. Time
SIXTH Race One and one-eighth miles. Service
won; Pekln second; First Chance third Time
ST. Locis, Mo., May 18. Entrios for to-morrow:
First Race Seven furlongs. Lord Willow
brook. Little Crete, Fraukle D Safe Home,
and Henry Owsley, 9S each; Bayanl, 101: Tom
Donohuo, Molllo It , One Dime, and Van Zandt,
102 each: Kenwood, 105; Joe Courtney, 110.
Second Race Seven furlongs. Tip, 84; JV W.
Brooks, SI; Two O'clock, 91; Prince Leon, 96; Jim
It's a big thing to "be able to say that
No other borae DOES EVER DID OR
EVER WILL sell uch STEIILING QUALI
TIES at such LOW prices as WE quote.
SAKS AND COlirANT.
When we put out the lights
to-nlht the $11.50 Men's Suit
Sale and the $4.80 Boys'
Short Pants Suit Sale stop.
It's now or never--can you af
ford to turn your back on
such a chance?
The Men's are $20. $18.
$16.50. and $15 values.
$11.50 buys 'em.
The Boys' are $8, $7.50,
$7, $6.50, and $6 values.
$4.80 buys 'em.
The responsibility Is with
us. Come back for your
money if there's any fault.
QMS it COMPANY
J FENN. AVE. AND 7TH STREET. X
Head, Vevay. Garmen, Hourl, Q$ each; Sir Rae,
Roquefort, 110 each.
Timed Race One mile. Bobby Burn". 9); Rod
Jim, Lady Cay, 101 each; Billy Ilartlgan, 106;
Hoodlum. Ill; Uncle John, 114; CoL Whoatley,
121; Parthian, Lizzie B , Luke Richards, Texas
Star, Postal. 122 each; Ansonla, 12(3.
FocitTn Race Two ml lea Stoeplechae.
Economy, 120; Bushranger. 127; Harrlsburg and
bteve Jerome, 139 each; False B , Eollc, and Shell
bark, 141 each; Argeuta, 159; Senator, 159.
FIKT11 Racf Fifteen-slxtoenths of a mile.
Gra-nplan, 102; B. F. Uy. Jr., Hacienda, Mrs.
Bradthaw, and llieodore 11.. 109 each; Ixlon. 114.
sixth Race One mile. Minnie Mac-kin and
Selma, 101 each; Fagln and Pioneer. 105 each;
Jim Hogg and Adjuster, 109 each; Dillon J., 110;
Barefoot, 114; Orphan, 117; Granite and .Miss
Kitty, 121 each; Knickerbocker and Royal Flush,
LOCAL RACING NEWS.
Grange Camp Association .Meeting Will
Probably llcgin Next Week.
Over 200 horses are now at the track of the
Camp Grange Association, and many more
will be taken there just as soon as racing is
inaugurated. From statements mado at the
offices of the association the meeting will
probably commenco next week, tho delay be
ing duo to the desire to have everything in
shnpo before the opening. Tho track is built,
but tho recent rams have developed w eak
spots, which are being repalrod.
On Monday next Judgo Keith will hear tho
application for an injunction to restrain rac
ing at tho track. The hearing will take place
TROTTING AND PACING.
Three Events At Baltimore Gotten Over
Before the Knln Came. ,
Baltimore, May 18. ltaln again interfered
with the Driving Park races before the day's
programme had been half completed. It will
be finished to-morrow, nnd In all probability
tho last day's card scratched. Attendance,
2,000, and track only fair.
Tho opening race was tho 2:21 class, that
had been postponed from Tuesday after two
neais naa oeen trotted, scranton Bell, wlta
one heat to her credit, was made a favorite,
and she finished up the event in two straight
beats. Wnlter Drake, the original favorito,
won second money.
Tho second race was tho 257 pace, that had
also been postponed from Wednesday alter
two heats had been paced. Lutlo Strathmere
was installed as a probable winner, nnd won
tho first heat or the day. The winner mate
rialized, however, in the next heat in Sim
mons, 11 green side-wheeler, who won tho
event right off the reel nnd established a
record of 2:23X.
Albert T. was mado n favcrito in tho 2:19
class, but he proved a rank failure, Amboy
Winning tho raco in straight beats.
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
The running raco meeting In St Joseph, Mo
Is on its last legs.
Red Ensign and Snancrotha ran a dead heat
yesterday for the Manchester cup of 2,000 sov
ereigns. First Baseman Bustard, of Brown College
team, will bo unable to play again this year ow
ing to injuries In the Princeton game.
Frank A. Dunn. 310 Pennsylvania avenue
southeast, will receive challenges for tho Arion
Athletic club from all amateur teams.
Manager Hunton, of the Brown College team,
denies the Princeton players were unfairly
treated during tho recent game in Providence.
PUBLIC DOCUHENT SPECULATOR
Jameson Goes a step Too Tnr nnd Is Ar
rested for Forgery. '
John'Y. Jameson, n clerk at tho Capitol,
was arrested by Detect! vo Wheoler at 5 o'clock
yesterday evening for tho forgery of the namo
of I'.epresentatiieD. N. Lockwood, of Now
York, on an'order for sixty-five copies of the
book entitled "The Horso and His Diseases."
Ho lives at No. 231 Thirteenth street south
west. He was taken to tho Sixth precinct police
station. Ho claims that he did not forge tho
order, but that ho bought it from another
clerk for 610. Tho books were sold to Con
gressman Warner for S20.
This book is the well-known "Horso Book"
originally issued by tho Bureau of Animal
Industry of the Agricultural Department and
distributed through the Senators and Con
gressmen. Tho demand for tho book has
been so gn-at that tho quotas of nearly nil
the Congressman have been exhausted, and
they now command a prico of 30 cents apiece.
HER HAT GAVE HIW AWAY.
Donncll)'s Possession of a Woman's Hat
Puzzles Judge Kimball.
Toe screams of a woman Jn Gormania park
late Thursday night attracted Policeman
Markwood and two citizens. Quickly run
ning in the direction of the noise, n fleeing
man, with n woman's hat in his hand, was
caught, but tho woman had disappeared.
The man's own hat could not be found.
In tho police court yesterday the prisoner
gave his name ns Carter Donnelly, and said
ho'Iived at 100G Twentieth street. Ho could
not explain how he got tho pioce of feminine
apparel, but said he was simply running be
cause ho was frightened by tho screams.
Judge Kimball thought "tho case should bo
looked into further, nnd continued tho hear
ing until Wednesday, pending nn investiga
tion by the detectives.
Bostick Probably Guilty.
The Ranger sailed yesterday from Snn
Francisco to Port Townsend to Join tho
Bering sea fleet. Before she sailed Lieut.
Bostick, who has been on trial before a court
martial for drunkenness, was detached and'
his place taken by Lieut. Sherman from fho
Monterey. This is taken as an Indication
that Lieut. Bostick has been found guilty and
sentenced to suspension.
Gnddis Takes an Appeal.
Eufjene E. Gnddis, who recently institu ted
mandamus proceedings against Secretary
Carlisle, appeared beforo Judgo Bradley yes
terday morning and furnlshod the bonds nec
essary to carry his case to the court of ap
peals. George R. Herbert appeared as bonds
man, and the bond was at once approved by
Baseball Games Prevented by Rain Bolan
People Not Anxious for a Bout.
Bain played a star engagement in several
of the league cities yesterday and prevented
the games scheduled to be played. Up to 3
o'clock the chnnees here were in favor of the
Senators and Orioles being able to play, but
tho storm came along and knocked all cal
culations into a cocked hat. But two gnmes
wcro plaved in the league, and tho New Yorks
and Bostons doubtless wish neither of theso
bad. been possible.
From the wanner in which Ktoin held the
Giants down it would soein ns if tho Brooklyn
pitcher hnd recovered his form of last season.
If such should happen to bo tho casn, it will
be of immense advantage to the Bridegrooms
and add considerable strength.
This nltcrnoon the Senators will make an
other effort to down the hlgb-flying Orioles
on the Baltimore grounds. In all probability
Esper will bo brought out from his seclusion
nuil utilized in tho points for Washington,
wlillo McMahon will twirl tho sphere for tho
Judging from the failuro of the efforts of
Jack Adams and others to get Jack Bolan to
ngrco to mako a match, it would seem as if
Bolan was not very anxious to come to terms
with any man of reputation. If he desires to
do business for a stake and purso, bo can be
accommodated. Waller Campbell is particu
larly anxious to Jiavo a go with Bolan.
Evidently tho Clifford people did not caro
to try conclusions with Dr. Itico in tho Tark
away handicap yesterday at Gravescnd, and
the western crack was drawn. As a result
the full consequences of Clifford's poor start
in the Brooklyn handicap could not be de
termined. Results of Ycstcrdav's Games.
Brooklyn, in; New York,".
Philadelphia, 5; Boston, 4.
Others postponed by rain.
The Championship Record.
W. L. Pet I W. L. Tct.
Cleveland.. 10 4 fcCW.Now York.. 11 12 t73
Baltimore.. 15 7 CK2 Brooklyn... 11 12 478
Pittsburg.. 14 7 Wi7 St Louis 8 12 400
Phila'phla.. 16 8 n" Chicago.... 6 U 31(1
Boston. 13 10 C"-' Louisville .. E 13 SIC
Cincinnati.. 9 9 X),Wash'ton... 3 21 125
BEANEATERS WERE BEATEN.
Philadelphia Won from Boston In tho Hot
test Kind of Game.
PniLABELrnu, May IS. The Philadelphia team
defeated tho Eeaneators to-day In the hottest
game of the season. Duffy was fined $10 and
ordered from the field. In the tenth inning the
ball hit Merrltt on the hand, splitting his thumb.
Attendance, 5.100. Score:
rUlLAD'LP'A BlSPO A
KI ROSTOV. RlBPOA B
IIu'I tun. cf 0
0 OjLowe, 2b.... 0 0 7 2 1
0 O.Long, S3 2 1 2 3 0
0 0 Dufly. cf.... 0 12 0 0
0 OiTucker, cf.. 0 0 0 0 0
1 l.M'Ctrfy. If. 1 1 2 0 0
8 C'.Nnsh. 3b ... 0 0 1 1 0
0 ol'Ianzel.lb.. 115 0 0
4 OT.nnnon, rL. 0 0 S 0 1
2 0 .-laloy, cf... 0 0 0 0 0
Iloyle, lb.. 0 1
D'nty, rf... 1 0
Turner, If.. 1 2
H'llmn. 2b. 0 1
Cross. 3b ... 3 3
Clem'nts,c. 0 1
Taylor, p... 0 0
Allen, S3... 0 0
IMerrltt, c. 0 1
Total.... 5 10 SO 15 Ibthelts, p.. 0 ,0 0
Total.... 4 5 30 9 2
Philadelphia 1 00001010 25
Boston 100101000 14
Earned runs Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 1. Two
base hits Cross2,v.Merritt, Ganzel, nnd McCar
thy. Thrce-baao kits Turner, 2, and Hamilton.
Homo run Cross. Stolen bises Hamilton, 2;
McCarthy, Duffy, and Bannon. First base on
balls Off Taylor, 6: offStivctts, 3. Hit by pitched
ball By Stivotts, 2. Struck out By Stlvetts, 1
by Taylor, 1. Time 2.4a Umpire Mr. Hurst;
Brooklyn Won with Ease.
New York, May IS. Now York played In a
listless, half-hearted fashion and Brooklyn won
with ease. Attendance, 5.000. Score:
RROOCLVX. RID rOAENEWVORC. SlBrOA E
Daly, 2b.... 1 1 4 G 0 Murphy, bs.. 0 0 3 4 1
Corcoran.sa. 113 2 0 Ward. 2b... 0 13 7 1
Tredw-y, If.. 4 1 2 1 0 Vn 11'lt'n.cf. 113 11
GriCn. cf... 2 3 10 0 Doyle, lb 2 212 0 0
Shlndle, 3b.. 3 2 1 0 0 MarTurd, 3b. 2 1 2 2 3
Burns, rf... 2 0 2 0 0 Tlernan. rt. 2 13 0 0
Foutz, lb.... 1 .1 7 1 0 Burke. lf.. 0 0 10 0
Kinslow,c2 3 U 0 O.FarroU, c... 0 10 2 1
Stein, p..... 0 111 1'West'rvlt, pO 0 0 0 0
Schoch, rL.. 0 10 0 0 German, p.. 0 1 0 2 0
Clark, p. 0 0 0 10
Totil 10 16 27 II 1
I Total. 7 8 2719 7
Brooklyn 4 1110 5 3 1 0-1C
New York. 0 003000407
Earned runs Brooklyn. 1; New York, 4. Two
base hits Ireadway, Grlmn, Klnslow, and Tier
nan. Three-base hit Klnslow. stolen bases
Treadway, Griffin, and Tiernan. Double plays
Corcoran, Daly, and Foutz 2. First base on
balls Off WestorTelt, 2; German, 5; Clark, 1;
Stein, 5. Struck out By Westervelt, 0; German,
0; Clark, 0; Stein, 4. Time 215. Uiuplro
FOR A ROAD RACE.
Bicycler Walil Willing to .Meet Any Local
Itidcr fur Stukcs.
L. C. W&hl, in a communication sent to The
Tiues, issues tho following challenge for a road '
OnthedayI made my Bait (more-Wash In c-
ton road record lost Tall, aftr the finish a cer
tain well-known cychst of this city raised a fuss
disputed the word ot the ceutlemon who bad
charge of my timing, etc., and went down In his
pocket and pretended lie hod $100, which be
would forfeit, that be could "run my legs off" in
a bicycle contest for nuy distance named. Ills
name Is William T. Itobertson.
I wish togho him an opportunity to tbow what
ability ho pobseses, and will raco him any dis
tance he may decide upon, provided it be not
less than ten miles or over 100 miles, over tho
established ten-mile course on the conduit
"I Inclose S-S as a fitst deposit to bind my
agreement to race for .1 stako of $200 (or 8100 a
side), and if this deposit Is covered within ten
days by Mr. Kobortsou, I will meet him at your
office nnd sign an agreement as to time and
place 01 imai deposit, selection of judges, ref
eree, etc, and ak as nn only condition that the
raco tak place three weeks from the time of
Miould Mr llobcrtson not accept thl challenge
Inside of tendn5B.I will leave the deposit ten
days longer for tho acceptance of any Ioal rldor
who can prove a residence of at least ono year
in me .uiairici anting duck irom time ol slcntng
agreoment, nnd h'jpo to hear from some of tho
riders who bavo been trjing to fake records I
hae claimed and am entitled to for giwn dis
tances over the conduit road, lourm truly,
L. C. A xuu
A MATRIMONIAL PUZZLE.
Bosucll .Murrics Too 3!anv Women nnd
Decides to Lcac Town.
Charles T. Boswell, a hat salesman and
commercial traveler, has suddenly left tho
city within the last two days. Tho exact time
of his departure nnd his present whereabouts
are unknown. He has evidently fled through
fear of prosecution on the charge of bigamy.
Boswell was married on Wednesday even
ing last to Mrs. Elizabeth A. Leonard by Rev.
E. O. Eldridge, pastor o tho Douglas
Memorial church, on Xinth street northeast.
Sinco Boswell's flight it has been'discoverod
that he was already married to tho stcp
daughttr of W. S. DeardoriT. a clerk in tho
city post ofllce. Slio left liim, however, in
January last on account of his attentions to
other women, and is now in Jacksom ille,
Boswell's ofllce was in the Warder build
ing, nnd ho has also worked ns salesman in
this city for Joseph Auerbach, and Saks & Co.
His fathr-r is a bookkeeper for W. M. Gait,
the feed man. He says, however, that ho
knows nothing about his son's affairs-.
Continued Until .Monday.
Tho case against Col. Fred C. Ainsworth
was presented yesterday morning by Assist
ant District Attorney Hugh Taggnrt, who
argued that tho indictment plainly indicated
the criminal liability of tho defendant, which
the opposing counsel had contended it failed
He endeavored to show that Col. Ainsworth
held tho position of a superior officer, and
was responsible for tho work prosecuted
Mr. Taggart then considered the indict
ment section by section, and met by court de
cisions and rulings tho arguments of Major
Butterworth nnil Lawyer J. N. Morrison,
counsel for defendant.
The argument on tho demurrer was contin
ued till Monday.
Secretary Morton has received from Mr.
Gcorgo W. Hill, the chief of the division of
records nnd printing of the Agricultural De
partment, a report showing tho list of pub
lications of the department for the five
calendar years from 1S83 to 1833, inclusive.
Tho number of publications and tho copies
Issued during the live years named were:
1889 Number of publications, 78; copies
issued, 520,537. 1890 Publications. 89; copies,
1,3G3,300. 1891 Publications, 109: copies.
1,883,400. 1892 Publications, 131; copies
2,116,300. 1893 Publications, 118; conies.
OUR PLATFORM We sell "No Poor
Shoes at any price."
"Reliable 1 Shoes only at honest
f $2 SHOES
! FOR MEN
Are comfortnblo, are
durable, are sightly,
aro fully equal, if not
superior, to $2.50 and
S3 Shoes offered by
Tan or Black.
Low or High Cut.
ANY SHAPE OR SIZE YOU WANT.
Try a Pair To-day
Wm. Hahn 2 Go8 ?
Reliable Shoe Houses, 9
930 and 9T2 SEVENTH STREET,
1914 and 191G PA. AVE, a
231 PA. AVE S. K, T
Will Still Buy ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of
LfkBtho resonnnt etnpincof the great
buzz-saw la a steam !umt)r mill was the
uicpisinc bum of business throughout
tb More all this week.
vou To-suntiimvs tkadtxo we
offer choice of our entire stot of Cloth
Ing PRINCE ALIJEHT M'lTS CUTA
WAY SUIT!-HEONT SUITS at
50c on the Dollar
Time is growing short our lease ex
pires July 1. This la a rare chance.
bnap it up.
1026 Seventh St. N. W.
Wo wouldn't hare the presump
tion to talk about our &150 Shnes
so much K we didn't sell so many
of 'em and hoar so many "jood
things" said about 'em. Drum
mers and business men from New
York and Philadelphia tell us
they are as good a thing in Shoes
as exists this side of Xeir York.
Comfortable, stylish, and do
able, and yet only
F. H. WILSON
929 F Street.
Don't bo troubled with Dies when you
can buy a i?creen Door forl audbcreen
Window at tflc, Sbc, 30cf and iZc
Perry Paint and Hardware Co.,
CO H Street Northwest,
lmo T. STEWART. Manager.
50x200 lO.OOfi feet-Si minute from city. Mnall
mo ltlily pavne'il Cult f.ir uleuuctule Advertiser.
Hot sea salt bath. 13i3 O st. n.w. a13-lyr
1200 E St Northwest.
' Lunches from 11.30 to 2.
Dealer In Turo Ilye Whlslctrs, Wines and
Foreign Liquors, and a full lino of To
bacco and Foreign and Domestic Cljara,
N.Capitol andG Sts. N. E.
WHY NOT COME AND EXAMINE OUR
419 11th at nw. ap23-lm
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Heurich's Maerznn Hecr a Specialty.
Fine Lunch Irom 11.30 to 2.30.
Everything flrst itfass in all respects.
THE OLD AND RELIABLE CORNER,
12th and E N. W.
H Hatter and y
H Gent's Furnisher, En
Exo. 1012 Seventh St. X. W. H
Any Summer Suit in our immense stock marked
$JSi $12, $io, and $8, is offered to-day at
Never before have we made a concession like this,
but we are DRIVEN TO IT. We must have cash
even if we lose money to GET ii. Every Suit is fresh
from our factory in the most fashicnable shapes and
shades. GET HERE.
311 Seventh street N. W.
BETWEEN PENHSYIVANIA AVEKUE AND D STBEET. WHITE BUILDINO.
Is our price for & pair of thoe VTIniMfp Patent Leather Shoes for men tho only
VnOl'VAt SIIOK for Urea. Men's II ami-sewed Kirwets, $-1 and $1 a pair neatest shades
of the seabon.
Havenner & Davis, inc.
S28-930 F STREET NOBTHWEST. ATLANTIC BUttDINa.
Money to Be Made, How?
If You Get Your Clothes Mado to Order at Ready-made Prices.
D. Keiser's, MfNT
419 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
EXPERT IN TROUSERS.
The Best Bicycle
With the best Tires.
The Victor Pneumatic Tire
is repaired easiest of airy on
the road. Ask Victor Rid
ers. Send for Catalogue-
715 Thirteenth St. N. W.
Prescriptions Compounded by
Graduates of Pharmacy.
Easterday's Drug Store,
COK. G bT. AND X.J AVE., X W.
Dr. C. S. HODGSON,
Xorth Cajiitcl and I streets J.". E.
Pure Drue and Medicines. Ice Cold boda and
We sell "U.M0S- JUnF." Cigars.
"NIgljt bell promptly aulwerod.w
Your patruuago earnostly solicited. apw3m
1 Gas Ranges, I
6 $13 and Up. ' 9
f" Xot co.mtln the comfort of a J'
Gns Kause for Summer cooking, G
consider how economical they are. :
w And think how clean audconven- w
J lent they are.
T S-burner Oas Rango, SIX u
?S-bnrner&3 llanpe, 3H.
4-burner Oa3 Itangc, $-!i y
I WASH. GASLIGHT GO.
m 413 10th St. N. VI. a
slA-uACTUIlI:liS, sample line
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NEW YORK UMBRELLA CO.,
(7 Market Space.
a g &&e-9
J ATTENTION HORSEMEN! I
Wc liac tlic best facilities nnd
ao tlic 1 incst Iloracshoclns
work in the City.
WILLIAM r. BURNS.
1215 Ohio Ave.
See specimen of or.r Fine Horee Shoe
wort In Sickle's window, 1011 1'a nrei
S12, U2 8th gt and cor. 6th and D U. apM-lm
The most important events of
the conflict between the
An authentic pictorial history
of the Rebellion.
How tho great battles were fought and vic
Gen. Grant satd in his farewell address,
"Your marches, your sieges and battles in dis
tance, duration, resolution in brilliancy of
results, dims tho luster of the world's past
military achievements, and will be the preee-
dents in defenso of liberty and right in all
time to come."
This wort will be a supplement to all writ
ten history, portraying as it does the striking
incidents of battle, and giving the likenesses
of the leaders whose names were on every Up
in tho days of strife.
Here tho veterans will find tho past recalled,
and hero tho young may gain inspiration to
omnlato their patriotism and devotion.
Be suro to embrace this golden opportunity
ana secure Frank Leslie's Scenes and Por
traits of the Civil War, now being sold to the
readers of our paper.
Secure Part I Now Ready.
S. FISHMAN & SON,
Hatters and Men's Furnishers,
430 Seventh St. X. W.
Strictly Ono Prico.
Washington. D. O.
In all the fashionable cloths are here. Our
stoefc contains tho cloth that'll exactly fllX
yonr Ideas of style, neatness, and dura
bility. We're ready to mate up your choice
into a stylldh, perfect-lit tin:: suit, for
very moderate price. Loot us up.
J. J. COSTINETT. 635 G ST..
Military and Civil Tailor.
CON. HORIGAN'S SAMPLE ROOM,
CoxtscR Nktt Jcksey Ate and H Street N.W.
Choice Wines and Liquors. Best fi rands of Cigars.
Heurich's Beer on Draught. Washington. D G.
TIIE NEW Cirr. TIIE FAVOR
ITE AND BEST OF ALL. BEAD
ABOUT IT; TALK ABOUT IT,
AND AT TIIE COllXER OF
13TII AND G STS. N. W. LEARN
"Dressy" Business Suits
For Busy Business Men.
Doosn't this warm weather Of 9 Cfl
suggest a cHange of apparel? A I A . If .
AVo want you to see the superb
array of stylish, fabrics we are
making up for the money. Suits
are perfect m orery respect, cut,
finish, and stylo right.
CAPITOL TAILORING CO.,
521 Tenth St. N. W.
ML'GG'S LANDING RESTAURANT.
Ice cold beer 5c por bottle; also flneat
brands of wines, liquors, and cigars.
Ico cold beer served in stone mugs.
OPPENHEIMER'S. 10217th N. W
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