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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUUDAT, AUGUST 4. 1894.
Who hT looked elsewhere tell os thst
wo have the only good assortment of
Hen's Summer Garments In town. We
wouldn't carry any If we couldn't carry a
full selection, for WE don't have sample
lines, but a complete stock.
Thin Suits in Flannel, Serge, Outing
Cloth, and kindred fabrics at $7.50, $8,
and up to $18. Coats and Vests in
Pongee Silk, Mohair, Alpaca, Drop
d'Ete, Sicilian, Flannel nnd Serge from
83 up. Odd Coats from 50o to $10.
White Duck Trousore, all sbes, from
$1.50 to St
Light-weight Overcoats for those who
an going away; good ones, too, from
Robinson, Cheryl Go.,
Twelfth and F Streets.
At One-half Price.
The Julius Lansburgii
Furniture and Carpet Go.
New York Ave. Bet. 13th and
In order to keep their 32 paper hang
ers employed during the month of Au
gust are offering their entire stock of
Amirlcan, French, and ELglish
Wall Paper at Exactly
ESTIMATES GIVES. WORKMANSHIP GUAR
ANTEED. Give us a call at once and save money.
Paper from 5c. roll up.
The Julius Lansburgh
Furniture and Carpet Co.
? WOur large orerhead rerolv- S
4 wr fan. mat. fhl. lh iMnlMt
store In this city and make buy
ing a pleasure.
Long before we began to manu
facture these bbocs we realized
that $3 50 wai the most popular
price to pay for a bhoe for .Men,
omen and Children, e wer
right In thinking so, for we vo sold
thousands of pairs since they're
been on solo ou cannot com
pare It with others $1.30 bhoea
lor we make it ourselves of
strong, tested leather sell
them direct to you thin saving
all middle profits, and really
Siring you a $5 Mioo for $3.50
We clost at 7 o'clock fan tur day
"Shoemaker for Tender Feet,"
929 F St. N. VV.
are chemically pur, nnd are
gradually working their way
to the tront. civing entire
satisfaction whenever used.
Ihey remove nnd positively
prevent waling, they ueu-
tralize acids, sulphur, and
mineral waters, contain no
atid ind will not foam
under the highest pressure.
Wile convinced itf their
merits-send for a trialorder.
JOHN K. WARD.
306 9th St. N. W.
For prices and particulars.
All That's Left of Those
9 Vegetable Cookers 9
j Are Reduced. J
f itlSGODkBPSfc j
T si.75 v-uun.ui uSI30
V Cook two or three vegetables over one
a flame- a
C Gas Appliance Exchange, e
J 1428 N.Y. Ave.
E HAVE THE LAKUEaT ANDMObT COM
PLETE STOCK OF
Hats and Hen's Farnishings
C9 and SOI To. avenue (under National hotol).
Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers.
1221-1233 20th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Telephone, US' at13-tf
COOLEST PLACMN TOWN.
Kain's Sample Rooms,
COo Thirteenth Street W.
New, Neat, First-Class.
lo. 1012 Seventh St. X. W.
BAD FOR THE BOSTONIANS
Tailendcrs Gac the Leaders a Taste
of Grim Defeat.
MERCER PITCHED GREAT BALL
Only Four Safe Hits Were Hade by the Btas
eatori Off the Washington Twirler's
Cnrvei Hercer Fairly Earned the Victory
as His Support Was of the Yellow Variety.
KcMilts of Yesterday's Game
rniLipsLrniA, U; Baltiuoke, 4 (first game).
Baltiiioke, 16; rniuiiELruu,3 (second game).
Msw 1 ork, 17; Bkookltn, 3 (flret eame).
Brooklyn, 7; Min oiik, 6 (second gamo).
Louisville, 8, Chicago, 0 (forfeited).
br. Lons, S; l'nryiCRfl, ft.
clfyilavd, 11; cincinnati, 5.
Washington, 8, Boston, 1
The Championship Kccord.
W. I. rct-l W L.
Boston. 64 SO .643 Pittsburg.. 41 41
Baltimore.. 51 M bSO UiulunitL. 39 44
New lork.. 51 32 ,bl4 t uicago.... -W 4-i
Cleveland . 43 34 .rN5 ,-L Louis .. 37 1
l'nila'phla- 43 S7 MT'LouI'viUe.. SS 57
Brooklyn... 43 13 .WljUash'ton... IS U)
flOA 11Y WASHINGTON.
Senators Shotted Ihcy Could Bent the
Host Club at Times.
Boston, Aug. 3. Tho team that represent")
Boston In the great and general leacue re
turned home to-day ami despite the afternoon,
which was dark and dismal, roeeited quitoa
reception from the 1,000 persons present who
ventured the storm.
The champions must hate been tired, for a
poorer exhibition they have neter given on
tho home ground. Young Mercer pitched
for tho visitors and hut for his clover twirling
they would h-ita been iny marls, as the
ttam plijed tert poor ball.
Tim Keefe, the veteran pitcher, made his
first appearance as an umpire and not ono of
his many hnrd decisions was questioned.
Tho features of the game were the bitting
and fielding of Abbey and tho great throw
ing of bhortstop bhiebock. Tho score.
WMIIM1T5. Kllil'OA El T03TON lllErOil
Joyi.e,3b . . 1 1 0 2 l'l.oo, "b .,
llasim'r, rf 2 10 0 0 Long, ss .,
Abley, X.. 2 4 4 0 1 Dully, cf..,
MrUuire, -. 114 1 3Tnclcr,lb
Selbach. If 1 1 4 0 0 II Ca"y. If.
0 0 3 4 0
1 1 0 B 1
12 5 10
0 0 H 0 0
10 10 1
Crtrirht.lb 0 0 S 0 0Nah.3b ...00211
Sheikeck, nil 40 1 liaunou, l(. 1 1 1 O 0
Oliourke-ibO 0 3 0 O.llrown, a... 0 0 10 0
Mercer, .. 0 1 0 0 1 Conn to j, c 0 0 5 10
Nichols, . 0 0 0 S 1
Total blO.V 3 7uvetts,p.. 0 0 0 2 0
Total .... 4 4-20 16 4
Mercer out for running out of line
Washington 2 OOJ0030 1 8
Karned run W ashlngton. a Two-base hits
Abbey and Banuon. Three-base hit llassa
maer Molen base Joyce (-), Abbey. Duffy,
McCarthy, aud Long Double plays Duffy aud
Lowe, Long and Bannon, Long. Lrve, nnd
Tucker First baie on balls Hy Mercer, 2, by
Mchols.4 Mruckout ByMchols 5 by Mercer,
4 Passed ball tonnaugbton. W lid pitchi's
Mchols. 2, Mercer. 1 lime 2 hours and 3 min
utes. Liupire Mr Koefe:
Broke Ln at nrooklvn.
Brooklyn. Aug. 3. Nearly 8,000 persons
saw the New iork Giants nnd Brooklyn
Bridegrooms play two games at Eastern Park
this afternoon. Tho llrst gamo resulted in a
wnlkovi r for tho Giants Urookljn won the
second gnme mainl) through timely hitting
when thej had men on bases.
Brooklyn. T 8 6
Nework 17 15 3
Batteries Drub, Gastright and KinIow for
Brooklyn, Westervelt and J-arrell forNew 'iork.
Earned runs Brooklyn, 2, New ork, 1 1 wo
bao hits 1 rea lway, t uller, Davis, nnllaltren
and Jarrell. Three-bno hits Corcoran and
Burke stolen lases tullr, Datls, ilurjhy,
enten elt and Doyle (2) First base on bnlls
Off Daub. ', oir.aitricht,l.offWesterrelt,aillt
by pitched ball Vaulliltrrn and Daus. Mruck
out B) Daub. 1, b Westenelt J Time 2
hours nnd 11 mtnutcs Umpires Messrs. iloag
land and Emslle
r n f
Brooklyn 7 13 1
New'iork . . 6 10 5
Batteries Kennedy and Dailey for Brooklyn:
Clark and ilson for N ew ork.
am d runs Brw klyn. 4 New York. 4. Two-
base hits Murphy, Clark. Dailey. Lachance, and
bhindle Three-Lisa hit Ircadway DouLlo
play Corcoran (unasslatd) lirst base on balls
Oil Clark, 1, off Kcnnedy.i lilt by pitched ball
t uller Mruck out By Clark, 3, by Kennedy,
3 l'-esod ball Dailey Wild pitch Clark.
Time 2 hours and fi minutes. Lmpires Messrs.
Linlie aud iloarland.
Phillies nnd Orioles Divided Honors.
PniLADtxyiiu, Aug. 3. Philadelphia
downed Baltimore in greit shape in tho first
gameto-diy They batted Esper freely and
the isitors did not make much out of la
lor's curves. Tho second came was one of
the biggest fiascos plijed tills Maon on the
loctl grounds The Phillies seemed to lose
all their backbone. Attendance, 8,700.
k. n e.
Philadelphia 1117 3
Baltimore. 3 11 b
Batteries Taylor and Grn ly for l'uiladelphla;
Esper and fiebinson for itiltimnra
ijirnod runs Philadelphia, s. Baltimore, 1
Tm base 1 Its-Orady (2). 'tnylor, Mclren,nnd
lteitz. Three-base hits Bro-tters and 1 hoinij
son Molen baes fhoinpson (2) anil bullirniu
Urbt baso on bills tiff Taylor, 4, oil Esper, 2.
lilt bv pitched ball Brodie. Mruck out By
Talor, 1. by Tspcr, 2. lime 2 hours and 10
minutes. Lnipire M- CampbelL
R. IT E.
Philadelphia 3 7 2
Baltimore. .. 16 IS 0
Untteri-s II rper, WVyhing. nul Cross frr
Phil delphia, icMtbon and Clarko for Bilii
more Lamed runs Philadelphia, 3, Baltimore, 4.
T'TO-baso hits Ctoss 12), llallman ana BrojtU
ors. Two-baso hit lteitz. Molcn Lnsts
Brodie (2) find ltoitz DoLb plays .Teuuings
and Brouthers. i irst base inb-lls Off llarj er,
i, off Woyhiug,7;off Mc,ahen. 3. Mruck out
B llarpr, 1, b Weyhlng, 2, by "McMaLon, L
Hit by pitched ball .Jennings. Time- 1 hour
audio minutes Lmplre Mr CampbelL
Lost bj Stupid Work.
rirrsBcno, Aug. 3. Pittsburg lost to-day's
game through stupid base running and poor
coaching in the ninth inning. Atteudnnce,'2,000.
n. it, E.
, b Jl 4
b 13 4
Batteries Oumbert and Memtt for Pittsburg;
llnwley andlwl leham for t Louis
Earned runs Pittsburg, 3. bt. Ixi,li, 4. Two
base bits Bit rbauer (2, Morritt, and Suugnrt.
1 hree-base hits Stenzel, Dowd, hlj , and oil.
nor(2 llomornn My Molen bap s Dcnovan
aud Cooly(2) 1 irst bsecn trills off Gumbert,
J; off llawley, 3. Hit by pitched ball btenzeL
Mruck out By (tumbrt.3, ny llawley. 1 ' isscd
ball Twlneham. lime 2 hours and 10 minutes.
Lmrlro Jlr. Uaffncy.
MpIJcrs on h Better Batting.
Cleveland, Aug. 3. Cloeland defeated
tho Ciccinnatls this afternoon b better bat
ting. Attendance, S75.
k. rr E.
Cleveland 11 16 .1
Cincinnati 5 6 2
Batteries Young and Zlumerfor Cleveland,
Cross and Murphy for CinrlnnalL
Earned runs Cleveland, 8. Tvo-baee hit
Blake, inimer, and Parrott. Three-base hits
McLean, loung, and Mcl'hee. Home runs Mc
kean and McOarr Molen bases mlth,
Latham, and "McPbee (2) Double plays Childs
andMcilarr; Latham and Cross, r irst base on
bails Off l oung, 3. off Cross, 3 Hit by pitched
ball By "i outig. Hollldav; I y Cross, Blake.
Mruckout By oung, 1; By Cross.4 Time 1
hourand45miiutes. Umpire Mr Hurst.
Permanent Assessment Bill.
The bill providing for a permanent board of
assessors lor tno uistnet to assess in isi'6 ana
every third year thereafter was favorably
acted on bj VbQ Senate, committeo yesterday
aud reported to the bennte. Tho changes In
the bill makes the salary ?3.000 n jenrcach,
and fixes their term of ofilco as four years.
The Commissioners are directed to hx tho rate
of taxation, and the clause providing for as
sessment on a basis of value as fixed by sale
was strlcksa oat and general appraisal al-
WANY FACULTY CHANGES.
Georgetown Unlicrsitr Announces Its In
structors for the Coming Year.
Tho faculty of the school of arts and sci
ences of Georgetown University for the com
ing year is as follows: Itov. J. Havens Rich
ards, S. J., president; Itov. Francis P. Tow
ers. S. J., vice president; Kev. Jerome Dough
erty, S. J., minister and professor of mathe
matics; Itnv. William H. Duncan, S. J , treas
urer; Itev. Edward I. Devltt, 8. J., ex-president
of Boston College, professor oi philoso
phy; Rev. John G. Fox, S.' J., professor of
chemistry and curator of the Coleman mu
seum; Bev. John G. Hazen, S. J., director of
theobsenntory and lecturer on astronomy;
llevs. George A. Fargls, 8. J., and John T.
Hedrlck, 8. J., assistant astronomers; Kev.
William T. Gannon, 8. J., head prefect of
discipline; Bev. Laurence J. Euvanaugb,
8. J., profossor of rhetorlo and Eng
lish literature; Mr. John J. ThompUus,
S. J., professor of physics, mechanics, and
geology; Be. James B. Bicker, 8. J., profes
sor of poetry; Rev. James T. X. Muhaney, 8.
J., professor of first grammar; Rev. Daniel J.
JIncGoldrles. 8. J., professor of history; Re.
Alphonse Coppens, 8. J professor of French
literature and librarian of the Riggs library;
Rev. Edward II. Welch, b. J., chaplain; Revs.
James A. Ward, 8. J., and W Illlam H. Carroll,
8. J., assistant chaplains; Mr. I'. F. O. Oor
man, b. J., teacher of second grammar and
director of tho gleo club; Mr. Edward W.
Raymond, S. J., teacher of third grammar, sec
tion A, and director of the choir, Mr. Charles
W.Bobj, 8. J., teacher of third grammar,
section B, Mr. John W. Corbett, S. J., teacher
of special Latin; Rev. William J. Rlchley. S.
J., teacher of flrt rudiments; Rev. John B.
1'ittar, S. J., head prefect of the preparatory
department and teacher of geometry; Mr.
John J. Conwell, S. J., professor of higher
Rv. T. n. Brennan, B J., has been trans
ferred to Leonardtown. Md.; Itev. Samnel H.
Fnsbee. fa. J., and Messrs. Charles Bridges, 8.
J., and J. B. Rose to W oodstock College,
Mar land; Rev. P. Quill, S. J., and Mr. J.
Barry Smith, 8. J., to Fordham, N. T.; Rev.
M. U. O'Brien. S. J., to St. Francis Xavler's
College, N.cw York cltv; Rev. Alphonse Du
four, 8. J., noly Cross College, Worcester,
Mass., nnd Rev. Thomas 8. Harlin, S. J., to
fat. Peter's College, Jersey City.
WILL ALL GO TOGETHER.
Special Train Engaged for District G. A. H.
to National Encampment.
The department officers of the Grand Army
of the Republic of the District have progressed
so far in the arrangements for the trip to
Pittsburg to attend the national encampment
as to bo able to state that all tho representa
tives of the order in the District will go to
gether by Special train. This arrangement
is hailed with satisfaction by all interested,
and the credit therefor is gh en to Department
There will be a large attendance from this
department, many posts having signified the
intention to go in n body, and the special
train will bear these organizations, the Old
Guard and its splendid Mount Pleasant Drum
Corps, representatives of the Women's Belief
Corps, and the department officials. Sev eral
bands will accomp iny the delegation and the
Old Guard will serve as escort to the depart
ment. Tho District headquarters in Pittsburg will
be established at the Schlosser House. The
Washiuglonians will probably return on a
rennsjlvania Central special.
BETTER ROUTE PROVIDED.
Important Change .Made In the .Mount
crnon Dcctric Railroad BUI.
The Washington, Alexandria and Mount
Vernon Electric Road is likely to get a better
entrance into W ashington than at first con
templated. Yesterday the Senate District Committee de
cided to strike out the clause in the bill for a
route nlong faeventeenth street and E street to
the river and thence by ferry, ard inserted a
provision for a new route from Fourteenth
street nnd E northwest, down lourteenth to
Long'Bndge, with a branch on B from Four
teenth street to Center Market, and a loop on
E to 'lhirteen-and-a-half street and back to B.
This route is much more satisfactory to the
compauj than tno ono neretoiore proposed,
nnd Gen. Anderson, the counsel of the road,
expresses great satisfaction at the result. Tho
campnnj is obliged to double track its road
from the 'V.irginia shore to Arlington within a
jear, and a private arrangement will be made
for crossing Long Bridge.
August Pilot Chart.
The pilot chart for August, issued by the
Saval Hydrographic Office, promises fine
weather during the month generally over the
North Atlantic Oceau. There will bo oc
casional gales north of the forty-fifth parallel,
alo near the American coast north of the
fortieth parallel, which means in the neigh
borhood of Boston. Tropical cyclones or
hurricanes are very probable. Fog west of
the fortv-llrst meridian across the Grand
h inks and east of Ncw England. Icebergs
in the vicinity of Hello Isle, nnd a few east o
Newfoundland south of the fiftieth parallel.!
Negroes Urged to ote for Ontcs.
Tho executive committee of the Xegro Na
tional Democratio League ha3 issjed an ad
dresi, urging tho negro voters of Alabama to
vote for Col. Oates for Governor. Iho ad
dress denounces tho Populist party as pro
moters of Jawle-s and dangerous ideas, and
urges negroes to sustain the Democratic
party In its effort "in the direction of freo raw
Sheltered hi the Church.
At the Notro Dame Convent, Baltimore,
forty-six jouns ladies weroyesii rday received
as Sisters of the Order ol Notre Dime. Among
them wasMarj KessW, of tins cltv, who will
hereafter be know n as faister Mary Laurentina.
District at the Capilo'.
The Senate bill authorizing tho Secretary of
the Trertoury to p ly the District of Columbia
greenback bonds w-s pns-ed bj tho House
jester Jaj on motion oiMr. Coggswell.
The House bill for the protection of persons
furnishing materials and labor fortbt con
structlnj of publU works was passed by tho
Scnjio yesterdnj .
3Ir. Heard has introduced a bill In tho
IIouso providing for a universal tranfser sjs
tem from cit to suburban lines on payment
of au extra 2 cent fare. Tho law i3 to go into
effect immediately, and 10 fine is Imposed
for violation of the law.
The Senato District Committee has favor
ablj reported the bill providir for a renewal
of the charter of companies incorporated in
tho District for anj rumberof jears, not ex
ceeding twenty, on filing in the office of the
recorder of deeds certificate of action by the
stockholders ai proving such continuation.
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
What in-nnd-outers are thoso Senators?
Thobojs will trj to do it agaln.to-Uay to
ADSon must be very particular thoso days
when ho iorfcits a game.
Peter Jackson expects to bo in New York
next week to meet James Corbett
John Younger, of Glasgow, has purchased
tho jacht Valkjrie from Lord Dunravon.
East St. Louis winners: Liberty Bell, W.
T. Bell, Granite, Ketchum, and ban Beas.
Britannia nnd Vigilant will meet to-day at
Cowes, it being a match race.
Harry Park, of this city, yesterday won
Fecond prize in the half mils nnd third prizo
in the inilo bicj cle races .t Suffolk, Va.
Shortstop Toman, of the Lancaster club,
jtstcrdaj had his skull fractured bj being hit
by a pitched ball, and Is not expected to live.
E. J. Titus, of New York, won the mile, un
paced, iljing start race jestorday at the na
tional circuit bicycle meet at Chicago.
Pennsylvania State League results: Phila
delphia, 3; Harrisburg, 1. Pottsville, 8; Shen
andoah, 0. AUentown, 16; Lancaster, 10.
Reading, 10; Hazleton, 3.
rorfcitcd to the Colonels.
Louisville, Aug. 3. The Chicago Baseball
Clob to-day refused to play with the balls fur
nished by t Louisville club, and the game
a rirerj to iQnljjnjt, 8 t9 0, .
SOMA'S CHANGE OF FORM
Beaten in 1:03 1-4 Wednesday, She
Yesterday Won Easily in 1:02.
FOSTER RODE THREE WINNERS
General Public Had Bat Foot Success in
Picking the Lucky Horses at the Alexan
der Island Track, West Side and Ponce
de Leon Being the Only Winning Favorites.
Jockey Foster was very much In evidence
yesterday, he riding three winners at the
Alexander Island track. Those who followed
Foster had money to sell, an he had but the
three mounts. The first was on West Side, a
2 to 5 favorite; the second Magnet, at 9 to 2,
and tho third Sonora, at 4 to 1. A 45 bill
parleyed on these three would have yielded
the respectable amount of S192.M. But the
success of Foster on Mugnet and Sonora
meant the discomfiture of the talent in the
defeat of Cicada and Elmstone.
A rather peculiar condition of things ex
isted just before the start in the last race.
Flynn. the owner of Elmstone, gave it out
the horse had been sold for $1,000 to Mitt
Jones, and the latter was reported to have
borrowed the Clover stable colors for Manlovo
to use. The latter part turned out to be cor
rect, as Manlove rode In the Clover stable
colors, but it was whispered that Fiynn was
afraid Elmstone would bo run upif he should
win in the regular green and white sash, and
plajea a little trick. As it turned out Flnn
needn't hnve worried, as Sonora won easily.
The suocess of bonora was a sample of how
a horse can be easilv beaten one day in 1-03,'f
and two das afterward run the same dis
tance in 1-02 and easily beat a better field.
This is exactly what Sonora did, and wonder
ful to relate Sonora was judiciously played by
the stable connection. Tor another wonder
Elmstone, who was backed down to 7 to 10,
got off badly, while Sonora was always in
front. It is such In and out running which
makes the general public feel wear.
In the first race West Side closed at 2 to 5
and won in a drive from Tedd Gegg nnd
Mollie Davis. In the second Magnet gave
Cicada, the 7 to 10 choice, a bad beating,
while in tho third MuKeever, King Bird, Min
nesota, and Queen d'Or were all played to the
exclusion of Missive. Meheever led to the
turn for home when Missive took up the run
ning and won easily by four lengths.
Ponce de Leon nnd Grand Prix closed at 8
to 5 each in tho fourth, and tho former again
proved his value by winning easily from
Grand Prix, the latter beating Cheddar a half
length for the place The fifth went to Sonora
who beat Elmstone handil). Summaries.
How the Horses Una,
DO t Hrst race Four nnd one-half fnrloncs.
OU belling. Purse, flOO Time, 0.55
Tnd. Hone and irt St H it Fin. Joclev.
(-N1) WestSde, 111... 4 2 IK lh Foster.
2S0 Tedd Gege, 106.. 2 1 3 2a Bums
WJ) Slollle Uavls, 9$ 1 4 4 3! Conrad.
(2SS) Eunice, 101 0 3 2 4 Bav-is
2M erbla, 115 5 5 5 5 Kuchen.
2;5 hclah, 103. 3 0 6 6 It. Lendor.
22 FinnnaterW..... Left, lleadley.
1-airstait Won cleverly
i-cratchcd-BIack Child, VT.
Bettlnt West Mde, 2 to 5; Tedd Gejg.10.
MollioBaTls,30, tunlce,4; Verbia, 12; Selah.W,
and Finnwater, 15
'Jltr Second rai-e Five furlongs. Maiden two
0)0 year-olds, rurse, 1100 rime, 1-U2X
ImLlIcritandtct. . it H st- fm- 'xl").
43 Jlaffnet.112 I 2 Jl It Foster.
804 Clcada.lfll 8 1 It 222 Neary
m senator Hill, M-. 5 3 3 SW tonrad.
J28 ltefuse.91 3 4 4 4 Davis.
Ben, 118 4 5 5 5 Hiley.
Good starL W en eallonlnc
Betting Magnet, 9 to2. Cicada,? to 10; Sena
tor Hill, 3. Refuse, 20. and Ben, 20
on Third race One mile AH ages. Purse,
DUO S100 Time, 1 44.
W ior anil irr. St J4 St. Fin. Jxlty
2C5 JllsslTe.lOJ 3 4 II U It Bender
803 Meheever, lev.... 1 2n 2J 2T Bender.
2M hlnirlllrd.91.... 2 Sn 31 31! ery
292 Queen d Or, 101.. 4 1 4 4J Conrad.
237 Minnesota. 99 ... 5 5 5 5 Davis.
Gocd start. W on easily.
Scratched Pink 11 , 97
Betting Missive, 15, McKeever.2; King Bird,
4, Queen d Or, 3, and Minnesota, 13 to 5.
OAer Fourth race Seren furlongs Selling
OV) t Purse, 4100 Tlmo, 1.30
ln-LUorteanint St i St Fin. Joetrg.
(277r'ncedeLe'nin0 2 U IS 12 Johnson.
S03 Orand Prix. 107. 1 22 2; 2)4 Manlove,
26 Cheddar. .... 6 3)4 3J 3i ilurrhy.
(291) CO B.103..... 5 5 4 4n Clare.
(273) hrlghtwood. 99. 3 4 5 5 Conrad.
2M, Ileadlljht, 9S .. 7 7 7 fi .rary
125 Fernnood. 10n... 4 6 6 7 Bender.
Good start Won easily.
Betting Ponce de Leon. 3 to 5; Grand Prix, S
to 5, Cheddar, 8, C, O D , 5; Brighlwood, 10.
Uoadllght, 20, and Fernwood, 20
ono Fifth race Five furlongs Selling Purso,
OUO tlOtt Time, 1-02
Ina. Horte and irt it. ! '. Fin. Jotley
291 ironora, 125 .... 1 1 lt Iit Joster.
(2S6) Hmstone, 130 .. 6 3 3 33 .Manlove
fj-ei) henyon. 132 ...4 2 2 W Castles
27S lorest. 17 5 4 4 4 Morrsey.
192 Gomales. 110 .. 2 5 5 5 Doane
2 Poverty, 127 3 6 6 6 Ccnrad.
Poor starL lion handily.
Scratched Topmast, 127; Honest Tom, 127,
and Syracuse, 1 12
Betting Sonora, 4, Elmstone, 7 to 10; Kenyon,
4, forest, 20, Gonzales, 15, and Poverty, 40
Card for To-day.
First race Six furlongs.
Indtx Ilorte. Wt j Index Iloru. TTr
2SPInkH 97 Caress If5
244 Consolation... 97 290 Graceful 15
(2SI) Pathway 102 i 248 Mirthwood 102
225 Alcazar- 92 2 ocali'o 97
217 Devisee 102 301 Ilollynood 90
J-C Wit r Ca'p'bM. 107 2St Pottowattomle. 105
B01 Senator. 92
Second race One-half mile
7nfx Hone. irt Index JJorte. !
291 Turco 110 270 Monte Carlo .. 100
2o2 ltondleu 110 891 ill's Ca-tles.... 110
270 Suspense geld. 100
Third race Flio furlongs.
fmlex Horse. IT: fnCex. none. Vt
yj Camden P7 2V) Black Child ... 97
I'M Hmsume. 107 ()) Bile Blckb'm. 100
103 Sonora 67 (270) Uonestlom.... 99
bimaron 100 2S9 Flagrant 104
Tourth race Six and one-half f n-longs.
Index Hone Wt Index. Hone. Wf
307 Grand Prix... 110 (3) Johnny 97
294 Detroit 101 03 ITemet 110
(29) Lyceum 110
Futhrace One and ons-elghth miles.
iirf Hone. Hi Iraex. Hone. Wt
(297) Brooklyn. 105 297 Ada Blue. 9b
303 Minnesota.... 99 (2sr) DocBirch. .... 9G
297 Annorean W 297 Sandstone.... 103
First race Pottowattomle; Devisee.
Second race Ti rco, Monte Carlo.
Third race Flnstone; Sonora.
Four.h race Lyceum; Detroit.
Fifth race Sandstone, Brookl) n.
Pointers from the Paddock.
Missive was tipped to win by The Tnixs.
Threo of the races were run out of tho
Finnwater refused to break, and was left at
Ben swerved all over tho track, nnd fin
ished n bud last.
West Sid, Tedd Gegg, and Mollio Davis
finished beads apart in the first.
Neary got in n poezct with King Bird, and
thereby loet-ull chaaeo of winning.
Fernwood made his first -appearance in
weoks, and refused to try a ard.
But little credencejwas gien Flynn's state
ment that he had sold Elmstone to Mitt
Ponce de Leon roado Grand Prix look like
a dog the way in which the former ran away
from the Clover stable's pet.
Several people complained to The Times
representative about so many races being run
out of tho chute, where the start cannot be
Favorites Won at Brighton.
New Yobe, Aug. 3 The attendance to-day
was again light at Brighton Beach, and as
there are but three days moro of the meeting
tho class of horses are getting steadily worse.
Favorites won five out of six aces. Results:
First race Seven furlongs. Shadow won;
Sauuterer second, and Runyon third. Time,
gscond. tKtzSljt fnrionjs, gejltaire ponj
729 Seventh St.
Gold Brand China Cups and
Saucers and Plates given
with Teas and Coffees.
TO-DAY AND SATURDAY
Java and Mocha Coffee, 30c lb.
Best Mixed lea, 50c lb.
S Largest Rnmford's Teast Powder, 25c.
2 Pounds Best Mixed Cakes, 25c; (usual price,
7 Star Soap, 25c; (usual price, 33c).
4 Large Mackerel, 25c; (usual price, 40)
8 Packages Quaker Oats, 25c; (usual price, 55c).
3)4 Pounds Lard, 23c; (usual price, 80c)
1 Gallon Porto lllco Molassos, 25c; (usual price,
6 Founds Boneless Codfish, 25c; (usual price,
3 Cans Potted Bam and Tongue, Sic; (usual
1 Package Dry-roast Coffee, 23c; (usual price,
5 Bottles 10c Blue (pints), 25c: (usual price, 50c).
2 Cans Baby Brand Milk, 25a
1-16 Barrel Electric Flour, 25a
12 Packages 5c Soap Powder, 23c; (usual price,
3 Packages Imported Macaroni, 25c; (usual
6 Cakes Sweet Chocolate, 25c; (usual price, 50c).
1 Pound Arbuckle Coffee, 25c; (usual price, 80c).
2 Cans Salmon (Alaska), 25a
1 Package Selected Coffee, 25a
3 Pint Jars Apple Butter, 25c; (usual price,
4 Dozen Diamond Matches, 25c; (usual price,
729 Seventh St.
THE JOHNSTON COMPANY.
YOUR EYES HERE.
SPECIAL FOR TO-DAY.
This morning marks the be
ginning of the end In all that ap
pertains to summer wear.
There's a harvest of dollars here
for all who attend this grand
clearing out of summer stock.
Read these prices-then getyour
hat and start.
Silt Pongee Coats and Vests, wero IS, cow
Men's Alpaca CcVs, wer $3.50, now $1 50
chair toats inat were iI5, now 9h
SincT-breasteU Serge Coals and eats, IL25.
Double-breasted fcorpp Conti, 5 1
Hens All-wool Serge Trousers, J2 3X
Men s Linen Dusters, P0 cents.
Boys Linen Dusters, 25 cents.
SeersucVer Coats, 45 cents.
Linen Coats, 42 cents
Oflce Coats, SO cents.
I.IcTde stealer, -W cents.
Halbrlfcan Underwear per suit SO cents.
Children's All-wool Knee rants, were 75 cents,
now 35 cents.
VO Children's Suits, all wool (our own make),
Tntes a choice of any Ligbt-welpht Summer
Suit in the house Suits that are marked and
have sold regularly for $10 1J 115 and $11
H. Friedlander& Bro.
Cor. 9th and E. Sts.
Soprano second, and Walter Itigga third. Time,
Third race Five xurlonca Hanwell won;
Jesse Taral second, and Llla Keed third. Time,
tourth race 'Mile Our Mappie won; Little
Alatt second, and Tom Tough third. Time,
tilth race Six furlongs. Drum Major won;
31clnt7ie second, and Busiris third Time, 1 lGt-4
fc-Ixth raci Mile and a sixteenth. Jack Kose
on. Trouble second, and Wist third. Time,
Lntrles for to-morrow:
Mrt race Ono mile SHllnc Merry Dulce,
1U HarUj-roT. 109, Met. 107; Plenty, Specula
tion, and A oodchopper, lOo oach; Itobusta, 105;
Pelwood. Best Brand. Hai ry Alonzo, and apa
bond, 103 each; Tom McC. and Carmelite, 08,
and lr Gaructt nndilarsruerite. 99 oach.
Second raco One mile Reitl and Golden
Valley . 103 each. Half Breed aud George Dixon,
107 each; Sprite, "3, 'oprano, 97. and Milan, 10i
Third race Six furlong. White Cockade,
Chan Jc. Franci'wan, True Penny, ocality, and
Tralee. 10s cair; Elise Morrison ally. First Light,
Sun Drt, Debonaire. JennleA , Ilollaway, May
I Tin, Lr ly Dauby, and Uproar filly, 105 eain.
Fourth race ThreeKiuartore cf a mile Si
rocco. 1J3; Charade, 11J. Itolfl". 104, Stonenellio,
103, l'cksnin", 100, Jlerry Bute, 15; -tou ani
h1Jatlon, 00 each; Clement, Claras, and Milan,
Fifth race Five furlong". Selling Hoey, 112,
Cirualite, 107; Potentate, V in, Tom Fenley, and
l'oor Jonathan. 107 each; Oxford, lfM; My Grps,
105, Itosa II . 103; Blackhawk, C harter, Equation,
and Kama, 100 each; Clement, 101, and Franlc It.
Sixth race Steeplechase, fTer the full course
St. Anthony, 160; I.odman, 153. Dutch Oven II,
137, and Duke of Applecorn, 1C3.
Bnd Track at hnratosn.
SutATOOA. Aug. 3. A bad track caused a
postponement of the match rnc between
Fierro Lorillard's Hedowao and Walbaum's
Kossmore, the owners deciding not to hive
tho race come off until tho conditions shall be
right for a good race. Results:
First race Six furlongs Senella won; Inno
cent second, nnd W est I'ark third. Time, 1 luiL.
Second rate Four end one-half furlongs.
Fa'oracolt ivon: Phuobus second, and Itosamar
third, llmo.0 571
Third race Ono and one-sixteenth miles.
LUelg won, Illume second, and Saragossa third.
Fourth race Six furlongs JHstnl won; Ar
apahoe second, and Flirt third lime, 1 17i
Fifth race ono mile. Sandowne won: Semper
Lexseccua, and Skedaddle third Time, 1 VHi
Sixth race One mllo 1'rlg on; Aurelian
second, and Galilee third. Time, 1 44.
N inning Hordes at llarlcm.
Habixm, Aug. 3. Results:
First race Ono mile Aleanor won; Sly Lis
bon second, and 1 ictlon third Time, 1:43
Second race Fire furlongs. Kepeater won;
Nona second, and Boon third. Time, l-CMf.
Third race Six furlongs. Montana won. Out
look second, and Melanle hlrd. 1 line. 118.
Fourth race Six furlongs Alary won; Somer
sault second, and Flattery third. 1 Ime, 1.15
Fifth race Hve furlongs. Isobby won. Katie
G se-ond, and Bob Tucker third. lime, laL
Sixth race One mile. Prince Henry won: Gt
There second, and Chimes third. Time. 1 ti.
Entrios for to-morrow:
First race Seren furlongs. Nicaragua and
Maggie Gray, CO each; Captain Kees, Cora Tay
lor, and Minnie Cee, 07 each; Clara Bauer, KO;
Fagle Bird, Cecily, Mulberry, and Silverado, 103
each; ltemorse, 104; Frohasco, 105, Gascon, 107,
Second race One mile. Blrdseye and
Golda, 97 each; Pliny, Tho Shark, nnd Joe
Menard, 99 each; Hoodlum, Corbln, and ltadla
tor, 103 each, and San' Gabriel and Dundee, 104
"tUltf rtcerriTtlurlonts, SHhllti,Hi
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens the appetite nnd makes the eating doubly enjoyable Wre fast bntldln aa
enrlabl reputation on the excellence of our dinners. Best of everything exquisitely
cooked and well served. We're making a specialty ot early dinners from 11 a. zn. to 3 p,
m. A splendid dinner for only 2!) tenta. Late dinners, 50 cents. You cannot oat good
meals and pay less for them anywhere.
HOTEL EMRICH, CM-0,
Pennsylvania Avenue. Near Sixth Street Northwest.
As a souvenir of our removal into new quarters, anil as a specimen of
the methods by which we propose to earn jour patronage, ve offer choice of
any Suit brought from our old location for $5.80.
Theso truly excellert Suits consist of prac
tlcallj eTerythluff that fastidious and particular
men couiu wisa. inaon
bwell i;ouDlo-brea feted
way trociL amis, iiegent Jiirn.
F.bcL. Sjlts. eta The materials
ixotth Cheviots, tncllsh Thibet
mere. Oxford jllxtures,Clay
iiniso, anuui luuj ioaTo nouiicp 10 twj uestTo.
They are fully proven by Impartial comparisoa
to ho equal to the I ine&t .Men a bulla produced.
This sale is limited only to the
secure first choice.
Northeast Corner 7th and H Sts
At Ferd. Frank's,
333 Pa. Avenue S. E.
1606 Fourteenth Street N. W.
What You Can Do for $1.
Bay Men's SI SO and $1 2jeFin Dress Shoes In
Bala or Congrea
Buy ilen a 1 K) and IL25 Russet Slues, low or
Buy Men's Low Globe Toe Oxfords, worth folly
Buy Ladles' tl.50 andtLT3 Dongola Oxfords
Huy Ladles' Ooze (3 Strap Ties In Brown and
Buy Lndles' Wine and Rnsset COO Oxfords.
Buy Ladies' tl SO ltusset and Black Julletts.
Buy Ladles' SiOO Coffin Toe, Patent Tip Ox
Buy Misses' $1.50 Strap Ties, with lovely bow
and buckles. In Hed. Tan, Brown, or Black.
Bay Misses' best tiW Oxford Ties In Black or
Buy Boys' Jl 50 High or Low Shoes.
Buy Children's very best Dress Button or Ox.
Cut This Out and Bring With You
Utioa Hsnd Laundry.
Strictly AU Ironing Done by
1715 7th St. N.W.
KEMOVXS MOTH BLOCTHZS, FRECKLES, ETC
For Sale by All Druggists.
u SEMI-NXTAL nOCSK CLEAMXO
U SLE is offerlnp the bipgest barpain
v opportunities of the season, ilea 3,
h "S omen's, and Children's Shoes.
1334 F St. N.W.
And Theater Suppers
The TIOTFL BELFOUD offers every
advantape rsewly, handcmHy y
fura ished, and under careful man q
agemenL Dinlnp parlors are cool, y
comfortable, and beautifully fitted a
up hverythlnp that tho app-tlte y
wishes always on hand cooked to a
't'ckle the palate" of an epicure y
Service perfect. Only a short ivalt a
from tho theater
tyRnest imported and domestlo a
vines, liquors, and cigars always y
on hand. a
617-19-21 13th St. N. W,
9 9 & C'Q-B
OR SALE ON CONDITIONS, SM0 CVSn
and S"0O alter fhe wins In training, Kitty, by
Kyrl Daly Gipsy; sixteen band hipjL
Address JOHN HICK".
Long Brauch, N. J.
, ilainprlns, $L
Geo. V. EpiT,
maker 310 0th M. N
W ., near Pa.
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY,
31 A WEWLK, I'KorKirroiL
512 Eighth SL N. W. Telephone 1611
Laundry work in all its branches neatly exe
cuted nt reasonable rates.
Dig gs, 85 each; Leonard B., ES; Top Gray, 115,
and Captain Hrown. 122.
Fourth ruce Six f urloncs. Jloone It , S3; Era
L. and Signora. 'J 1 iach: Cyantha, 95; Iloreas, no.
Dalibard and Warn, 101 each; lustallator, 101,
and "un Up. 105
Fifth racfl Thlrteen-sixtentbs of n mile.
Teytonla, t3, vnnatu, 0.1. Hasty, it; Dolly
JltCouo and Lo-e Brldge.BS ea h; Eloroy, W,
and Lnthuslast. lut.
blxth rate rive and one-half furlonn
Heats. Two Ocioct, S5; TartC Iteform, 101;
Mockahi and Loflln Jr , 102 each: KlnR Charlie,
103, icntana and Itobiuhood, 107 each, and
Little lhll. 109
Seventh race One and three-sixteenths miles.
Sir l'eter, ephew, and Colonel S , 91 each, Fran
cis Pope and Bessie IilslanU, 1C each: Hello
Foster, 100; King Bors, 110, and Little Ocorge,
Another Court-raartinl Kcbukcd.
Secretary llorbert has been obliged to over
rule another naval court-mart! U, this time la
the case of a sailor at Boston named Megle.
convicted without any evidence, lie was
charged with desertion aud plended Ruilty of
absence without leae. The court, however,
convicted him of desertion without tho pre
sentation of any evideme. Tho Secretary re
turned the record, calling attention to this
irregular practice, but tho court refused to
correct It, whereupon tho Secretary til-approved
the entiro proceedings and released
the prisoner. Another irregulirity In tho
proceedings was In tho allowance by the
court ol argument by tho judge advocate
behind closed doors when tho proceedings
cane basjtjtor revision.
9 m E3KHT j!
Loni;iu; :?acfc uits,
bicKbuit, Dovetail Cufa
td, Dovetail Cufa- - -- -
n Lone Cutaway fj7 tZ f J 81
s are celebrated fc! r KJ I I
beta and Cassi- ( ( j f I I
"ft orstetls. L n tin- JJ 1 t VJ 1 J
others. As for the mate.
number of Suits offered. First callers
THE GEil OF SUBURBS.
Choice Lots S30 and Up.
Tho Part Is situated on a high plateau on th
Pennsylvania Itailroad, and aLo on the Chesa
pake Beach I!aIlroad (now building), lying J70
feet above Washington, where pure air aud
water, and plenty of shade trees abound. Com
mutation faro fi cents. Title warranted. o
notes, o interest o deeds of trusts required.
Cash or installments taken, len per cent, oil
for cash. We opened up May 27, and have sold;
two-thirds of our lots. lJouses are now In couraa
of construction. .Excursion Ually at 4 S6 p. m.
Circulars and tickets at oflce, bil F St N. .
Dr. C. S. HODGSON,
North Capitol ana I Streets K. E.
Pare Sraes and Medicines. Ice Cold Soda anil
Mineral W aterB.
We sell "Uviot Mate' Cigars.
MNIght bell promptly answered."
Daily and Sunday.
The Washington Times Go.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Given Highest Award Over AI)
Others at the World's Fair-
Itecommended and used by Levy, Liberal!
Hoch, Knoll, Chambers. Itocers, Bode, Short
and all other great soloists; also rccommendef
by all prominent bandmastors, including Fan
riulll, Sonsa, Innis, and others. For prices a4
C. G. CONN.
ELgHARTj EW. ASD vyOBsTEB. Vig