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MERCER A STUMBLING BLOCK
Colonels Could Not Hit the Washing
ton Ttrirler vhcn Needed.
SENATORS WON THE LAST GAME
Pitcher 'Wadsworth Aided tho Washington
Team to "Win Through His Prodigality
with Eases on Balls New York Gainod
Tvo Victories Whilo Baltimoro Tooli One.
Results of Yesterday's Games.
Cleveland, 6 ; Uxooclyx, 3 (first gamo).
Drooklyx, 7; Cleveland, 1 second name).
Nbw Yobk, 4; Chicago, S (tlrst some).
Sew York, 9: Chicago, C (second gamo).
St. Louts, 5; Boston, 4.
Halt-woke, 15; Pirrrsnima, 8.
AVashincton. 9; Louisville, 4
Philadelphia, 10; Cincinnati, 4.
Tl:c Championship Kccord.
w. I ivl! v. r rot
Baltimore.. 88 37 .(Sft) Pittsburg .. t9 3 .483
Now York.. 82 41 .067 'Cincinnati.. D2 70 ,4i!tl
Boston. 77 44 .KM! Chicago.... f2 71 .423
Phila'pliia.. fi9 K) .M0;St. Loula... K) 71 .413
Clevelnnd.. C7 5 .M5lVa8h'tou... 44 7a .861
Brooklyn... 69 68 .H Louisville.. 84 87 .S1
TVADSWOttTH FATALLY WILD.
LouisviiJo Colonels L'nablo to Gnufto ."Mer
cer's Curves with any Effect.
Louisville, Sept. IS. Wadsworth "was
very wild to-day. Riving nine bases on balls,
four of them in tho third inning, and three
runs co tinted.
Mcreer kept tho home team's hits scat
tered. Game was called at end ol tho eighth
inning on account of darkness. Attendance,
! IXWISTJLLK. X IB IX) A K WSHTNGrj. K IB TO A H
I Brown, cf... 0 0 0 0 0 hiebecfc, m 1 0 5 0
Clark, If.... 0 0 2 0 0 Jovce.8b.... 3 2 0 10
Grim.SU.... 0 116 0Hxs'mr. rf. 0 0 8 0 0
Nicol. rf.... O 1 2 O O Abbey. d..0 1!l 1
Gilbert, 3b.. 2 2 0 1 J Uugdale, c. 0 13 2 0
Iceberg. lb JJ 19 8 OiWaid, If 118 0 0
Klc.ar'sn.wKl 2 4 2 u Cartright.lb 1 14 0 0
Ltike.c 0 0 6 2 lRa5forI,2b. 3 14 0 0
Wadsw'th.pO 112 0 Mercer, p.. . 0 0 0 0 0
Total 4 B241-J S Total 0 7 21 7 1
LoiilcvWr 0 020020 04
Wssliincton 1081310 00
Earned runs Wfishinntori. 4. Two-base hits
j Grim, Joyce, JLbbey. and Kadforrl. Home run-
doyen. Moien bases Brown, Uadiord, Blcbaru
aou, Cartwright 2), aud Bugdale. Bnublu play
(irla and Klcharrtrtoii. Firat bao im balls
Off WadKworta. ; off Mercer. 2. Hit by pitched
ball Lutftuberj; and Gilbert. Struck out By
"VVadeworJU, H- by Alerter, 3. Time 2 hours.
liwpire ilr. Keefe.
Spiders and JBridcj;rooins Broko Even.
Glkvxlaxd, Sept. 18. The homo team took
the first game by elective work at tho bat,
while Brooklyn easily won tho second. At
n n n
Cleveland '. 9 13 1
Brooklyn 8 9 0
Batteries Young and Zinimor for Cleveland;
Daub anil Dailey for Brooklyn
Earned runs Cleveland, &; Brooklyn. 8. Two
be Iiiu-Tebeau, Sltludlt. and Dailey. Thren
baae hit Young:. Molea baaea Cbilde, BurVett.
and MctiaiT. Double plays ChikU and Mc
Koaa: Sbindle, Dailey, and Lachance. First
lMe en balls Off Younr. 1: off Dnub, A. Struck
out Byliaub, 1. 1'aeaed ball Bailey. Time
1 hour and 5 jniut6. Umpire 3ir. Kctuaiu.
n. 11. e.
Brooklyn. 7 15 0
Battwie3 Cuppy and O'Connor for Clereland;
Lucid aud Kinslow for Brooklyn.
Enruod ruae Brooklyn, a. Two-base hits
GriiHn end Burns. Throbase hit Baly. Double
plays Childs cud Tobeau; Childs, lleivoan and
I ebeau, and McKeau and Te beau. FltHt base
on balls Off Cuppy, 8; off Lucid, 5 Struck out
By Cuppy, 4; by Lu id, 1. l'aed ball O'Con
nor. Time 1 hour and 40 minutes. Umpire
Cora in? Champions Were Successful.
Pitxsbdeo, Sept. 13. Pittsburg batted
well, but lost the game through tho wildness
of the pitchers. The second game was post
poned oa account o rain. Attendance, 600.
K. H. E.
Ptttefcuric 8 13 3
Baltimore. 15 18 0
Batteries (.umbert, Colcoiough, and Weaver
for I'iitsburs: ;icfounl t iark tor Baltimore.
Karned runs Pitts burp. 8; Baltimore, 7. Two
hase hits Bnlle, JenuinKs. and Clark. Throe
bafMS hiis-Bet-klpy, Han man (2,, Cross, Col
coJoufih. Kolley 2, and Mc(.raTv. Stolen bases
Donovan. HartniHU, Kelly. Broothers, JIcGraw,
and Brodix. Double plays Bierbauer, Cross,
and Berkley; Beita, .TcnuiiiRt, and Brouthero.
Ptifet base on balls By Uuinbert. 8; by Ulcuson,
1; toy Celoclough. 4. Struck out Bv Gleason, 2.
Passed nails Weaver and Clark. Wrld pitch
ColcolouRh. Time 1 hour and 30 minutes. Ua
piroB Messrs. Belts and Gaffncr.
PJiillies Took Kindly to Fischer.
Cixcikkati, Sept. 18. Phiiadelphia's strong
letting made up for theinveak Holding and
they vrou to-day's name -with tho greatest
case. Attendance, 1,000.
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Cincinnati 4 8 2
Philadelphia 10 35 4
Batteries Fischer and Merritt for Cincinnati;
Taylor and Clrments for Philadelphia.
fcarn&il runs t.inoinnati, 2; Philadelphia, C.
Two-baee hits Hoy, Clements, and Taylor
Double plays Holliday, 55cPb.ee, and Massey.
First base on ball' Off Fischer, 5; off Taylor, 3.
Bit by pitched ball By Taylor, 1. Struck out
By Fisr-ber, 1; by Tay:or, 4. Passed ball .Mer
ritt. Time 2 hours. Umpire lr. Ktnslio.
Giants "Bagged Two from Anson.
Chicago, Sept. ia To tho disappointment
of 5,700 spectators the Colts were twice de
feated to-day Dahlcn's fumble, followed by
liusie's four-baRger, after two men were out,
lost tho first. In tho second tho visitors
played r perfect fielding game, whilo tho
locals gave Griffith very ragged support.
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Chicago 3 5 5
New York 4 7 4
Batteriwi Terry and Schriver for Chicago;
Busie and Farrell for Xew York.
Earned, runs New York, 1; Chicago, 1. Two
base hits Dablen and Terry. Home run Hu
sle. Double plays Lance and S.iirlvor; Dahlvn
and Anson; Doyle and Farrell; Dahlen, Pnrrott,
and Ansou. First base on bals OffTerrv, 4- off
Buste, 4. Struck out By Torry, 2; by Busie, 5.
Fatwd hall Schriver. Time 2 hours and 10
minutes. Umpire Mr. Lynch.
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Chicago. f, ji 5
New York j jj q
Batt-ries Griffith aBd Schriver for Chicago
Clark, MeokJn, and Farrell for .Noir York.
Karnedruns Cliicaeo 6; Kew York. 3. Two
base hi;s Burke, Van llalsron, Griffith, Wilmot,
and Anson. Home run Wilmot Stolen baso
Burke. Fljst base on balls Off Clark, 2; off
Griffith, 1; off Hk!n,l. Hit by pitched ball
Davis. Struck out By Clark. 1; by Jloekiu, 1
Time 1 hour and SO minutes. Umpire ilr"
Lowe's Fumble Lost for Boston.
St. Louis, Sept. IS. The Beaneators played
better ball throughout and mado nioro hits
than their opponents, but they lost tho gamo
through a fumblo by Lowe of Hogan's
grounder, letting in tho winning run. At
c T . b. n. e.
St. Louta 5 7 3
Boston 4 10 I
Batteries Breltons'tein and Twinoham for St
Louis; Stivetts and Ganzel for Boston.
Earned runs St. Louis. 2; Boston, 1. Two-bnso
hits Peitz and Duffy. Throe-base hits Duffy
;. uuu v-ouuuiiRuion. :ioion nn6e liannou.
Double plays Connaughton and Tuckor; Hognn
and Connor. First baso on balls Off Breiton
steln, 5; off Stivetts, 4. Hit by pitched ball
Connaughton. Struck out By Brelionsteln, 1:
by StivottB, 2. Wild pltch-SUvotts. Timo-2
hours. Umpire Mr. Burst.
Results on the Running Turf.
At Gravosend: Hartford, Dutch Skater, Owlet,
Xanki Pooh, Sir Escess, and Long Bridge.
Entries for to-day:
First race Fivo and one-half furlongs. Sir
Dlioc, jr., Pepper, llosedale, Eine Gold, and
Jfarcola colt, 10S nnch; Monotony, 105; Glen Lilly,
105; Kicollui, Chicot, Bright Phoebus, andEcndo,
03 oach, and Emulate lllly, m.
Second raco One and cnivslxtoenth mllos.
Snragossa, 111; Hornpipe, 103, Live Oak, 105, and
Flora Thornton, 98.
Third race Six furlongs. Old Dominion, 103;
Leonawoll, 107; Plenty, 101; Boansos", 103; Gal
latin, 10-2: Hibornia (juoen, 100; Poly Dora, 0U;
Clementina, 03; Torchbearor, 103; Bimbo,
Soundmore, and Canvass, 107 each; Nero, 102;
Lou Foster, 100; Mondicnnt, 99. andlronsldos, 08.
Fourth rnc Greunneld stakos. felling. Six
furlongs. Bubicon, 110; Patricinn. 107; llydera
bnd, 105; Prig. 103; Hurlingbam, KX); Discount,
1C0; Busirus. 95; Poter tho Great, 110; Galilee
and Jack of Spades, 105 each; licaro aud Worn
berg. 100 oach, and Blacklmwk, 98.
Fifth raco Maidens. Four and ono-half fur
longs. Samaritan, Cnnturbury, Bartow, En
chantor, and Cherry Blossom colt. 112 ouch; Tree
Top, 109; Forager, Navahoo, Milton T.. and
Bright Phoebus, 112 each, and Fannie B., 103.
Sixth race Maidens. Four and ons-half fur
lnuga. Parthonia, .lonah, Highland Belle, Vo
cality. La Paz, Aluina lllly, Pepper Bye, Lucania,
Derelict, Nineveh, and Countess. 109 oach.
Soventh raco Ono mile. Adclbort, 109; Loon
nwell, 107; Now or Novor, 100; Chattanooga and
Galloping ICIng, 102 oach; Ingomar, On; Charade
and Sandowno, 107 each; AsatKnee, 105; Marshall
aud Chiswlck, 102 each, and Clarus, 89.
At Latonia Equator, Say On, Vnladora, Cura
tor, and Charm. Entries for to-day:
First race Ono mile. The Spook, Advocate,
Bedford, Alibi, Blake, Llewellyn and Ben Avon,
97 onch; Jim Henry and Adelante, 100 each;
Primoro, 102; Revenue, KM; Osclus and Michael,
105 each; Domingo, 100; First Chanco, 107; Harry
Weilson, 103; Dillon J., Nativity and Bob L 110
Second race Eloven-slxtoenths of a mile. Cot
Allen, Crescent and Dr. Reed, 97 each; Blancho
R. and Rampart, 99 oaoh; Dante and Fairchilds,
100 oach; Two Stop nnd Brevity, 100 oach; Sando
dovnl nnd Picaroon, 101 each; Adam, 105, und
Third race Ono mllo apd twonty yards. El
lon Douglass, 97; Blaok Chief, 99; Lonsdale, 100;
Prince Loon, 102; Pittsburg, 104; Charity, 105;
Kindira,Boro,and Wedgoflold, 109 each; Syntax,
110, aud Calhoun, 114.
Fourth race Six furlongs. Llndolotto and
Florianna, 101 each; Interior, Billy Bennett,
Lizetto. and Chnrmton, 107 oach; Say On, 110,
and Robin Hood aud Potentato, 111 each.
Fifth raco Six furlougn. Ellon Douglas and
Charity, 101 oach; Probnseo aud Penniless, 101
each; (iulckstep. Betty Badger, and KIndora,
107 ouch, and Bed John, 110.
Sixth raco Five furlongs. Robecca, Lottie
Alter, Loin, Aunt Tabitha, Lass O'Lowrio, Our
Frankle, Hnzomn, and Klskot, 105 oach; Doorga,
Soubrot, Lucy Loe, Sllvor Roll, Adah Foy, aud
Borthn Cohon, 110 oach.
At Hawthorno: Loonas Last. DIggs. My Luck.
Adam Johnson, Riley, aud Japonlca. Entries
Fi'at race Six furlongs. Llnnette nnd Suo,
108 each; Essie Stuart and Flammatrlx, 102 each;
Occulu, 100; Shellbark, 103; Soon Over. 33; Souv
enir and My liebo, 105 each; Jovial, 105; Thome,
109; WaltorO., J03; Kitty Bell, 100; Meteor, 103;
Reniiud, Tremor, and Black Jack, 100 each; Cou
rinnp d'Or, HIS; Weola, Winnlow, Ida Saaers,
and Bonnie M., 103 each, and Baldure, 102.
Second raco Ono aud one-sixteenth miles.
Patrick, 102; Wlldwood and Cocllr, 100 oaoh;
Willie L., ltti; WolDey. 101, and Evanatus, 104.
Third raco Ono mile. Lulu T., Tattorsall,
Commiseiun, and Idylo, 101 oaoh; nousatonlc,
Jr., Bobolink, and Littlo Walter, 102 eah; Caro
line Hamilton, Nicaragua, Jcnnio W., Folly.
James V. Carter, Artie Fern, and Damask, 99
oach; Case, 302, nnd Tho Kitten, 104.
Fourth race Five furlongs. Little Con, Anna
Mnyps, Odylic, Madge Doree, Semele. and Hymn,
97 each; Mockahl, Mother of Pearl, aud Rico, 111
oach; Onyx nnd Golda, 103 each: Ror Del Mar.
10G; Senator Irby, 110; Gola nnd Willie L., Ill
oach; Neutral, 80; Summons, 103, and Monteroy,
Fifth raco Seven furlongs. Empera, 101; Die,
115; oung Arion, 110; Leadawny and Fakir, 104
onch; Buck McCnnn aud Dago, 106 each; Marln
olli, Monrovia, nnd .Mi63 Knott, 101 each; Marion
U., 107. and Boozo and Abbess, 115 oach.
Sixth raco Soveu f urlongs. Top Gallant, Im
mnlda, iracio C, Craft. Kirkover. Lawmaker,
and McDuff, 110 each: Josie D., Billy Sundor
land, and Lulu. 105 oaoh; India, 99; Freddie L.
T. aud Cyrus 100 oach; Delia, Bell Guard, nnd
Gold Dust, 97 each; Shndrach, Spendollno, Val
lora. Burdells Hlllott, Sam Farmer, nnd Colonel
S., 107 oach; San Snlvndor and Dooolt, 103 oach;
Tho DiKt'.lier, 101: Migo, lai; Red Glon, 97;
Guard, i03; Major Torn, 10a, andFlorryMyers, 93.
UPSET THF. GOOD THING.
Bessemer, Heavily Played by tho Talent,
Beaten by tho Outsider.
When imported Nora won tho fourth raco
at the Alexander Island track yesterday thero
was consternation among the inner clrole of
tho talent. Tho sure-money players wore
down to a man on Bcssomer, while tho unsus
pecting publio pinuod its faith to Johnny.
Tho latter was never in the hunt, he getting
off three lengths back of his field. Imported
Nora, at 8 to 1, who was theeitromo outsider
in tho betting, turned the triok nicely. Throe
iavornea won. Attendance large. Summa
ries: How the Horses Ran.
4 0G First raco Six furlonga Selling. Purso,
-ir O.) S1C0. Time, l:lSai.
Ind. Hone and et. .Sf. H St. J?in. Jeckev.
477 Mamio B. B.,99.. 5 3"-' 'jy. In Johnson.
479 Llewellyn, 102t. 2 25 In 2n Parson.
4SO Tumult. 102 7 7 0 Si Dangler
474 Aunt Jan'. 99... 3 4 5 4 McKnight
495 Radiant. 102 4 0 7 5 Robinson.
491 W. Huntress 92. 1 In 3 C Noary.
45t! (loverdalo. 95. 0 0 4 7 King.
Fair start. Won driving.
Hotting Mamio 15. ., 3 to 5; Llewellyn, 30;
Tumult; 5; Aunt Jane, 13; Radiant, 20; Wild
Huutrees, 8, and Cloverdale, 15.
Ztl( Second raco Fivo furlonga Selling.
0JJ Purse, $120. lime. 1:02.
lud. IJorte. an J jet St Jji ."' Fin. Jockey
4M J. McU'rriglo, 109 4 1 If If H.Lewis.
(4S6) Lum.99 2 5 5 2lParson.
(I5ti) Eunice, 99. 1 ti 4 3! Davis.
(4SI) Ada Blue, 99.... 7 7 7 4 Robinson.
475 Fro Press, 90. . . 3 4 2 5 McKnicht,
(49) Columbus, 103... 5 3 3 0 Murphy.
4?S i-elah, 9!l 8 8 8 7 Neary
493 Flagrant, 93...:.. 0 2 0 8 Johnson.
451 lioga, 122W. 9 9 9 9 J. Castles.
Fair start non easily.
Scratched Dnybrcak, 96; Little Charlie, 99,
and Criterion, 9.
Botting-John McGarrigle, 7 to5;Lum, 9 to 2;
Eunice, 10; Ada Bluo, 12; Free Press, 6; Colum
bus, 5; Selah, 12; Flagrant, 15, and Tioga, 10.
pTfi-l Third raco Six furlongs, Soiling.
OVX Purso, $120. Time, 1:18.
Ind. IIore ana ict. St. St. Pin. Jockey.
4S7 B. Blnckburn,90. 3 In In lh Davis.
4hl McKenver, 95.... 5 4 3 2h McKnlght
(491) Ju rtcrm'stor, 95 2 3n 2t 35 Murphy.
491 liomot, 90 1 5 4 40 Neary
472 Senator, 91.... 4 2n 5 6 King."
Fair start. Won driving.
Stretched Snooks, K.O.
Belting Belle Blackburn, 3; McKeover. 2;
Qunrtormawicr, 0 to 5; Hemot, 8, and Senator, 20.
ft47 Fourth race Four furlongs. Selling.
OkJJL Purse, S1C0. Time, 0.50.
huts. Uvrte ami ir. .St St. Fin. Jockey.
397 Imp. Nora, 94.... 3 1 12 17Davis.
(4!t2) Besoemer, 94.... 1 21 2'-35 Murphy.
4M Veracity filly, 94. 2 3 32K3K McKnlght.
(437) Johnny, !)S 4 4 4 4 "Noary.
Bad start. Won handily.
Betting Imp. Nora, 8; Bessemer, 7 to 10; Vor
acity lllly, 3, aud Johnny, 2.
fl? Fifth Race Sovon furlonga Soiling.
)V) Purse, $120. Time 1:31.
no. Morse and ieL SL J4 St. Fin. Jockey.
407 Rod Star, 'Jo..... 5 35 lh In McKnight.
431 Wyoming. 99 4 2 2i 210 King.
451 Edward F., 101.. 2 4,41 33- Parson.
497 Odd Socks, 9(5.... 3 5 " 5 45 DaUglor.
471 Dr. Helmuth, B9 1 lh 31' 6 Murphy.
Fair6t'art Won driving
Betting Red Stnr, 7 to 10; Wyoming, 10; Ed
wnrd F.,20; Odd Socks, 5 to 2, and Dr. Belmnth, 9
Card for To-day.
First raco Four furlonga
Index. Horse. M7.
490 St. Denis 112
491 Fluellen 107
4.VJ Pathway 110
(490) Brogan 01
Jn'lex. Horte. Tfl'
4S9 Garnettcolt.. 100
405 Gazelle 90
SOS Dr. Faust 07
Second raco Six furlongs,
Winter. Ilorre. Wt.
495 Headlight 102
47S Helon H ftl
4S9 D. of Glo'ster. 93
Index. none. IT.
(481) Vocallte 99
(495) Tho Fop 102
43U St. Andrew... 99
Third raco Four furlongs.
Index. Horse. .Wt.
49G Slander 113
459 Smoke 103
Battle Cry 180
Fourth raco Six and ono-half furlongs.
Index. Horse. Wt.
Index. Horse. Wt.
(497) Benvolio 105
481 Littlo Captain 100
407 Daybreak.... 90
500 Lum 100
4!I7 Pottowattomio 100
Fifth race Four f urlongs.
Index. Horse. Wt.
(493) Meadows 99
493 Honest Tom.. 99
480 Criterion 99
473 Somoge 83
495 Phil Daly....
First race Brogan; Gnrnott Colt
Second raco Vocallte; Duke of Glaucestor.
Ihlrd race Nemo; Bee Line.
Fourth raco Benvolio: Daybreak.
Fifth race Somago; Meadows.
Predicting a Strike.
Shasiokin, Pa., Sept. 18. Representatives
of the United Mino Workers of America are
hard at work organizing assemblies through
out tho anthracite region, and claim that
thoy will have it fully organizod within three
months. Four assemblies aro under way la
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Kidney and Bladder
0 AllmentB. as Painful, Difficult, Too Fro- Q
T quont, Milky or Bloody tTrlno, and nil Y
f matters relating to Urinary Passage, A
promptly cured. Y
Consultation-Esamination Free and Q
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. V
Q m. Sundays, 10 to 2. ft
this vicinity. John B. Rinn, president of thi3
district, said to-day that the anthracite work
ers will bo ordered out during; the next soft
coal strike and ho predicted that this Etriko
will ocour within three months.
THEY MUST HURRY UP.
The Other Contestants "Will Have to Hustle
if They Want to Catch Llcnt. Kelly.
Lieut. Kelly is setting tho pace in tho coupon
contest. While tho other candidates for tho
honor of wearing Tnc Times' gold watch ap-
poured to take things easy yesterday, Lieut.
Kelly's friends evidently had their working
clothes on, and thoy hustled in nearly a thou
sand votes. Lieut. Kelly having passed the
C.000 mark, his picture is published to-day.
Who will bo tho next officer to bo honored in
tho same way?
Throuph an error yesterday 88 votes for
Private JIuivey, of tho Sixth" precinct, were
credited to Officer Murphy, of the Second.
The correction has been made.
As tho list of contestants grows dally and
tho reading space in The Times is limited, no
contestant's name will be published who has
not 25 votes to his credit, but an accurate
count vfill be kept of nil votes received, nnd
so soon as any officer has 25 votes his name
will again bo published.
Tho members of Cammack Tent, No. 5G,
Independent Order of Itechabltes, havo de
cided to support Sergeant Daley in The
Times' contest for tho most popular police
man. At a meeting of the tent on tho 11th in.
stant.the following resolutions wore adopted.
Besolved, That Cammack Tent, No. 58, does
hereby agree by concorted notion to vote tho
coupons published In The Times for Sergeant
Daley, as the most popular policeman in Wash
ington. Kesolvod further. That wo urge tho mombers
of the Anti-saloon League, the Good Templars,
Jonadabs, and tho mombers of the different
churches to rally around the Daley standard, on
account of his faithful performance of duty In
forcing the saloons to close on Sunday, his raid
ing of speak-easles and boisterous houses.
At the clos Ing of tho polls tho score stood:
Lieutenant Kelly 5,272
Private John A. Pearson (Ninth Precinct)... 3,43
Sergeant Daley 3,235
Private Charles G. Nauck (Eighth Precinct) 1,753
Private C. C. Estos (Sixth Preclnot) 1,117
Privato James Cisclo (Fltth Precinct) 879
Inspector Holllnborger 1.74
Capt. Austin 251
Privato Daniel Sullivan (Sixth Precinct) 232
Private Auldridgo (Second) lie
Private Golabert (Eighth Precinct) 101
Privato J. Mulvoy (Sixth Precinct) 97
Privato J. E. Sears (First Precinct) 63
Private .T. D. Sutton (First Precinct) 51
Private W. Blley (Ninth Proclnct) 60
Private Goes (Eighth Precinct) 47
Sergeant Joseph Acton 41
Privato Crawford (mounted) 39
Lieutenant Gessford 8S
Privato Poteo 32
Private Klmmel (Sixth Precinct) 32
Lioutenant Amiss 7
THE MOST rOPULAR TOLICEMAN IS:
Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
Senators havo no schoduled game to-day.
Baltimore Orioles look to have a winning
Boston has no show now to finish first.
Bnmapo, Gideon nnd Daly's good 'racer, is
lamo and will not start in the second special
The Demorest bicyclo road raco at Will
iamsport, Pa., distance fifteen miles, was yes
terday won by Audet, timo, fifty-four min
utes. Jlain stopped tho international crioket
motch yesterday at Philadelphia when tho
Philadelphians had scored 177 with nine
AUx is to go against her record this after
noon at the Galesburg, 111., .rack. Yestereay
Onaqun won tho three-year-old. trot and
Authella tho three-minuto trot.
Johnny Murphy, who is to flcht Billv Plim-
niar at Nety Orleans Monday niaht4 will leave J
Baltimoro in a special car to-morrow aocom
panied by James Conway, his trainer; Jake
Kilram, bis second, and a number of Balti
more and Washington sports.
CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT,
Labor Organizations Ask That the Sunday
Closing Lnw Bo Enforced Impartially
in Regard to Barber Shops.
E. J. Rea, O. S. Montz, W. O. Haislup, and
Joseph K. Cotter, a joint commltteo appointed
by the Federation of Labor and Knights of
Labor of the Dlstriet, yesterday submitted a
request to tho Commissioners that an order
be lssuod for an impartial enforoomont of tho
Sunday closing luw, bo far as it relates to
barber shops. Tho committnostateB upon in
formation received that tho law is being
openly violnted In the hotels, while shops on
the outside must strictly comply with tho law
or the proprietors be subject to arrest.
The University Club will tnke out at onco
the license required of it under tho excise
law. The failure to do so heretofore seems
to have been due not to indifference or neg
lect, but was the result of circumstances.
Tho club wns twice notified of tho derelic
tion, and among the first cases brought to tho
attention of tho new oxcise board after its in
duction into oOlco was the failure of tho offi
cers to respond. Tho dofonso is that tho
president of tho executive committee, with
out whoso sanction no money from the club
treasury can be appropriated, was out of the
city, nnd thoro was no other officer of the
club in town to whom the matter could be re
ferred. As soon as tho proper functionaries
becumo aware of tho dereliction, steps were
taken to have tho matter adjusted.
Building permits were yestorday granted
to: George E. Hamilton, for the construction
of a pressed brick front four-story and base
ment dwolllng at No. 1762 Third street north
west; 811.000. J. W. Nairn, to reconstruct
his store. No. 309 Ninth street northwest;
$5,700. Julia White, for repairs to dwelling.
No. 234 E street southeast; 5600. James Fra
zor, to erect two pressed bric three-story
dwellings at No. 902 and 904 B street south
east, to cost $15,000. Andrew McGarrajbv,
for the construction of cloven dwellings at
Nos. 200 to 204 Fifteenth street and 1500 to
1520 Massachusetts avenue southeast; $6,500.
M. Murphy, for tho erection of a two-story
briok dwelling at No. 1517 Eleventh street
Belative to his claim against tho District
for tho death of a hor6e, Col. W. Winthrop, of
No. 1C20 I street northwest, has been notified
that, in viow of all the circumstances, the
opinion of tho attorney of tho District is that
tho accident was one for which tho District
cannot be properly held responsible.
Mrs. S. J. Macleod was yesterday ap
pointed matron of the Sixth precinct station
".fcouse. Mrs. Maclcod was highly recom
mondod for the position. She Is a widow
with four children to support. Her husband
was an Iowa soldier during the war, and was
for seven months a prisoner at Libby.
Archltoct J. B. Brady yesterdny mado a con
tract with the Otis Brothers, of New York, for
tho construction of a direct electric elevator
In Tue Times huilaing.
Joseph W. Stillwell was yesterday appointed
an additional private of tho Metropolitan
polico force for a term of three years for duty
at Florida avenue aud Brentwood rood.
William P. Wood's application in behalf of
G. W. 'Edwards for permission to establish a
dancing pavilion on Champlainnvenue north
west was refused yesterday by tho Commis
sioners. President Grlswold, of the Anacostia and
Potomao Blver Railroad Company, was yes
torday advised by tho Commissioners of tho
complaint that tho tracks aro dangerously
near their wator troughs, nnd was requested
to take immediate steps to effect a change
Chief Parris formally announced yesterday
the death of 31. Kune, hobtler of Engine Com
pany No. 3, which occurred at 8 a. m. the
C. 31. Emrich asks that tho eating stands
on New Jersey avenue, lacing the B. & 0. de
pot, be removed as jthoy interfere with legiti
L. A. Cornish has filed his oath of office as
trustee of the puolio schools.
BEACH HAS A BAD TEWPER.
Ills Wife Has n Sharp Tonguo nnd the
Combination Produced Unhnppiness.
A man with a bad temper and a woman
with a sharp tonguo is tho combination that
has brought remediless trouble upon tho
attractive littlo homo of Frank L. Beach nnd
his wife at No. 712 Seventh street south
west. Beach is a well-known poultrv man,
who has a stall at No. 233 Northern Liberty
Lawyer Padgett filed for Mrs. Beach yester
day a suit for divorce.
She declares in tho bill that he has shame
fully mistreated her tho greater part of their
married life. He has beaten her on numerous
occasions. On Soptember 11 last ho at
tempted to strike her and made such threats
that she had him put under 200 bonds.
Jlr. Beach was not at home last night.
Nobody thero knew where he was. He had
hardly boon homo for two weeks, it was
stated, except the day ho beat his wife. In
that timo he has not contributed to their sup
port. Mrs. Beach has as companions her
brother, younger than herself, his wife and
her daughter, Flora, twelve years old. Tho
house Is neatly kept, nnd there are about it
the artistic touches that tell of its keeper's
high spirit and love of home.
Mrs. Beach was very loth to talk about her
troubles, but in answer to questions told her
story. She is a pretty woman, about thirty,
well dressed, intelligent, and of iprightly dis
position. Beach owns two lots where his home Is.
worth about $3,500, and two houses which ho
rents for S35 a month. His income from his
business, his wifo alleges, is $100 a month.
Sho asks for her dower interest and for ali
mony. She desires to bo allowed to resumo
her maiden name, Henrietta Bvan. and to
havo tho care of Plora, their little"girl.
DR. LEON SET FREE.
Justice Cole Admits Him to Bail in One
Dr. Edward Leon, twice convicted of crime
by causing the death of tho infant of Estollo
Beach, and seven months in prison on ac
count of it, is at liberty again this morning.
His attorneys, ilessrs. Truitt, Barrett, ana
Niles, won a third triumph yesterday when
they secured his admission to bail. Lato
yesterday afternoon thoy secured a bondsman
for him in James W. Pumphrey, of No. 455
C street northwest. He is a man of consider
able means, and has known Dr. Leon many
After Dr. Leon hnd been convicted of mur
dor his attorneys first secured a new trial on
tho ground that Judge Colo had not instructed
tho jury properly on the difference between
murder and manslaughter. Upon the second
trial their client was convicted of man
slaughter. This verdict was set aside ten
days ago by Judge Cole granting a third
trial upon tho ground that Estello Beach, tho
principal witness, was an accomplice, if any
crime, had been committed, nnd. consequently
her testimony required corroboration. This.
Judge Colo held, was not furnished within
tho meaning of tho law.
This brought Leon within sieht of liberty,
and yesterday morning his attorneys pre
sented arguments which induced Judge Cole
to grant bail. Tho figure fixed, 1,000, is
DIstriot Attorney Blrnoy vigorously op
posed the motion for admission to ball. He
argued that tho granting n new trial left the
case just whero It was before the last trial
nnd placed Leon under the chnrgo of murder.
Judge Cole said ho did not think any ver
dict of higher degree than manslaughter
could stand, and thereforo tho dofondant
should bo set free upon his furnishing a mod
eratobond. . '
Mr. Birney said Loon would be tried again
not later than early next year.
THEY CRITICISE .MR. ENTWISLE.
Editor Times: Your critloism of Mr. Ent
wislo's office is just; keep it up, the people
are with you, as I hear everywhere I go
of tho good The Times is doing for tho peo
Editoh Tijies: Why havo not the Stumph
Brothers and tho inspector of buildings been
arrested for, to say tho least, criminal neg
lect, in not seeing that proper fire escapes
were attached to the Stumph factory build
ing? An example should be mado of thom,
nnd especially tho building inspector. Let
us have it. Comment is unnecessary as It is
a plain case ol criminal negleot and violation
l law. Q. M. Setmoub.
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DEATH and DESTRUCTION.
Life and Property Destroyed In a Moment's Notice.
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914 LOUISIANA AYENT7E.
NEW YORK HATS
ARE ALWAYS "CORRECT,"
See the New Tall Block. It's
unusually handsome andstyll3h.
Wohae them in both "Derbys"
and Silk Data Other grades and
styles at SLOT, $2, $2.50, 8, $3.50,
Children', Boys', and Youths'
HntB 75c to $2.50.
JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS,
Hatters and Furriers,
1201 PA. AVE. X. W
5 th Ave. Hats.
Elrstin the field first In quality
crst in style first la the hearts or :
business and professional men. I
fcllfcs, "soft" and "derby" bloeia.
Other Derbies, $1.50 up.
Wlllet & RUoff,
905 Pa. Ave.
Washington Stock Exchange.
Fales regular caU 12 o'clock ra. Metropoli
tan liailroml cenv. 63, $1,C00 at 10 Wasblneton
Gas B bonda, flOO at U. Washington Gas.
conr. 0s, MOO at 135. HlegsFire Insurance, 100
at 7t. Lincoln Fire Insurance, i at 7.
Government bonds U. !i 4s, registered, 114
bid, 114 asked. U. & 4s, coupon, 113 hid.
t. S. 5s, 119 bid.
District of Columbia Bonds 80-year fund.
5s. 10S bid. 20-year fund Cs, gold, 118
bid. Wnter stock 7s, 1901, currency, 114 bid.
Water stock 7s, 1903, currency. 115 bid 3.62s,
funding, currency, 114 bid. Ziis, registered,
IMOs. 100 bid.
Miscellaneous Bonds Washington and George
town Itailroad conr. Os, lat, ISO bid, 135 asked.
Washington and Georgetown Railroad conv. 6s,
-a, l". bid, l-lo asked. Metropolitan i;ailrod
conr. 6s, ICO bid, 103 asked. Belt Hailroad 5s, 80
bid, 90 asked. Eckington Kailroad 6s. HO
bid. Washington Gas Company 63, series
A. 114 bid. Washington Gas Company es,
series B, 115 bid. Washington Gas Company
conr. 6s, 130 bid, 133 asked. " U. & Electric Light
coot. 5s. 124 bid, 130 asked. Choaspeake and Po
tomac Telephone 5s, 59 bid, 103 asked. Ameri
can Security and Trust 5s, F. and A.. 100 tid.
American Security and Trust 5s, A and O., HjO
bid. Washington Market Company 1st 6s, 105
bid. Washinf ton Market Company imp. 6s. 104
bid. Washingion Market Company ex:. Bs, 104K
bid. Masonic Hall Assoiiatlon 5s, 100 bl.l."
Washington Light Infantry 1st 6s. lot bid.
Washington Light Infantry id 7s. 101 bid.
National Bans Stocks Bank of Washington.
3C0bld. 330 asked. Bank of the Republic. 235
bid, 275 askod. Metropolitan. 2S0 bid, 297 asked.
Central, SSO bid. Farmers and Mechanics, 19ubid.
SCO aoked. Second. 133 bid. 150 asked. Citizens'.
130 bid. 1 10 asked. Columbia, 135 bid. 150 asked.
Capital. 114 bid. West End, 10S bid. Traders',
100 bid. Lincoln. 95 bid.
Safe Deposit and Trust Companies National
Safe Deposit and Trust, 127 bid, 132 asked.
WashlncJon Loan and Trust. 121 bid. 125 asked.
American Security nnd Trust, 181 bid, 134
Itailroad Stocks Washington and Gcortgeown,
!S0 bid. X00 asked. Metropolitan, 87 bid, 86
asked. Columbia, 60 bid. 70 asked. Belt, 25
bid, 40 asked. Eckington. SO bid, 40 asked.
Georgetown and Tennallytown, 25 asked.
Gas nnd Electric Light Stocks Washington
Gas, 49 bid, SO asked. Georgetown Gas, 50 bid.
U. S. Electric Light, 125 bid, ISO asked.
Insurance Stocks Firemen's 47 asked.
Franklin, 45 bid, 55 asked. Metropolitan, 72
asked. Arlington. US bid. IdO asked. Geriaan
Amorlcan, 100 bid. National Union. 10 bid, I4UJ
askea. Columbia, 13 bid, 151$ asked. Kiggs,
7VJ bid, 7J4 asked. People's, 514 bid, 5i asked.
Lincoln, 7 bid, 8 asked. Commercial, rt asked.
Title Insurance Stocks !eal Estate Title, 110
bid. 117 asked. Columbia Title, 7V4 bid.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania. 34 bid.
Chesapeake and Potomac, 50 bid, 55 asked.
American Graphophone. 3 bid. 5 asked. Pneu
matic Gun Carriage, .35 bid, .50 asked.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Market,
13$ bid, 17 asked. Great Falls Ice, 130 bid, 150
asked. Bull Kun Panorama, 20 asked. Norfolk
aud Washington Steamboat, 95 bid. Lincoln
Hall, 85 bid, 100 asked. Inter-Ocean Building,
Ncay York Stock Exchange.
Furnished by Sllsby & Co.. bankers and
brokers, Metropolitan Bank Building, Fifteenth
street, opiKalto Treasury, Washington, D. C.
On. llieh Low Closing
American Tobacco 100$ lW 97 100
Atchison, Topeka & S. F-. 6-U 6?s 6?s 6
C. C. C S94 39li 39? 39?,
Canada Southern 52 52 51& 51J4.
Chesapeake As Ohio. SOH 204 0J4 20
C, B. &, Qulncy 75tj 75& 74? 75t
ChicapoGas 70$ 70? 67fl 67i
DoL, Lack, and W 172 172x172 172J4
Delaware A Hudson 136Uj 136U 136W 136
Distillers & Cottle Fdrs.. 10s IIJ4 9 10
Denver Js KIo Grando.... 31 3iU 34ti 34V4
Erie 13& 15d 15r 13,U
Rannrnl Vlo.-trlr Cn 3S SSti STLi a
LoulsTillo A Nashville.... 55 55?$ 54 55U
LakoShoro 1ST) 13a 13S 136"
Manhattan 118 US 1176 HS5i
Missouri Pacific 29 29i 29 2UJ..J
New Englnnd. 3d ass. pd.. 27 27kt 27 27
Northwestern 103 103;r 103ki 103
Northern Pacific pfd lS)i iS-Ji 1S3 IS3I
National Load. 89J6 40J4 391 40
New Yort Central. IOIJ-4 1019s 1W1 101ft,
Omaha 35 344 3t S6&
Ontario & Westorn. I63g itjai low isk
Pullman P. C. Co. 157j 15765 157 157&4
Reading 15 20 19U 194f
Kock Island 6tU Gl&s &'' 63ii
Southern Pacific aia "afi SOU SOU
Southern Railway. 13-74 U6 13i 14
St. PauL C55j G53 642 65&
Sugar Trust, ex 3 p. ct 97 97 944 9
Tennesseo Coat & Iron.... 1S4 1SU ISV4 lSt
Texas Pacific 10 10"" 10 lO-
Union Pacific. 12i 13 12&5 13
U.S. Cordage 154 15K 15 15f
Western Union 90fci 90kt b9? 90W
Wabash preterred 154 15$ 15 15,
Wheel. &L.E. 2) 12J3 125 12?i
WheoL ALE preferred 44t4 45 41t4 45
Richmond Terminal Vi 19J6 1S$ 1SJ
BAivmionE. Sept. 18. Flour dull, unchanged
receipts, 16,513 barrels; shipments, 210 barrels;
sales, 950 barrels. Wheat easy spot, 54so54?4;
September. 548a54-K; October. 554a55?$; Decem
ber. 57a374; May, btyi asked; steamer No. 2
rod. 52a524 receipts, 56,176 bushels; stock,
1,351,517 bushels; sales, SO.OOO bushels; milling
wheat by sample, 55o55& Corn steady spot,
59 bid; September, 59 bid; year. 54 asked re
CPlpts,l,4S7 bushels; stock, 66,670 bushels; South
ern whtle corn, 60; Southern yollow corn, 60.
Oats steady No. 2 white Western, S5a354; No. 2
mixed Western, S3a33t receipts, 20,6S1 bushels;
stock, 236.671 bushels. Rye quiet No. 2,55
stock, 13,483 bushels. Hay steady good to choice
timothy, $12.50a$13.00. Grain freights dull, un
changed. Sugar firm, unchanged. Butter and
eggs firm, unchaneed. Ch'ease very firm, unchanged.
MILLARD PRICE &
Best T? f G
OFFICE OF THE NEW TORE: XD73
DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERT
Quite an Undertaking and Respon
sibility. The Times' Investigation of Dr. Shade'
treatment of consumption goes on apaz-e.,
lhe office is doily beeiejeed by one or mora
ofthosewhoat one time or another have been
afflicted and novr wish to bear testimony ta
tho absoluteness and efScacy of t-a
treatment which has in each instance
restored them to per'eei health, as I
the free use of those organs so essentia t a
happiness, health, nay, to tho very exisene
of life itself. Up to this point In the prcseca
tion of The Tekes lnvestlj;ation not a singla
example ha3 been offered wnere this treat
ment, as given by Dr. Shade, baa not proved
to be all, if not more than has been cia.x'-d
for it. No case, seemingly, has been so ara
vated as to be beyond the touch of ma-tery.
So far it has been invincible. Dr. Snad 13 aa
enthusiastic worker in the cause of hez.,
he is also scientific in hia application. aI,
beinp backed by his wonderful discovery, U
daily transforming dread, disease into rct'Mt
health in such a manner as would, iess than,
a hundred years aso, have placed him under
tho ban of witcheraftry. Thk Times man
yesterdav called upon Mr. C. A.
Arundell, the grocer, 163t E. street
northwest. 3Ir. Arundell said that is
would be a pleasure and privilege to say a
Rood word for Dr. Shade, addio? that to fc'ai
been sick for several months; that he fcal
been under the treatment of Dr. Ba-dwia ai
other physicians for a long period f f e.
"They all told me that my lungs were afT;tfi,
and that I was probably in the in'.risnt
stases of consumption. I was notin-uned to
believe this, but as I bad been saHariny a
Krent deal from bronchitis I thouguc possib.y
that my lung may have become weakened.
At all events I went from bad to worse, and
finally was1 obliged to give up my woric and
take to my bed It was at this time. August,
1S93, that I determined to call in Dr. Shade.
I sent a messenger to his office. 1232 Four
teenth street, and was glad to have him call
on me a short time after. I had known of
Dr. Shade for some time through some cares
that he had been instrumental in efTc'tirg
among somb of my acquaintances. Dr. bhaci j
did not hesitate to tell me that I was much
run down, and immediately set to work to
give me relief. Strange to say that what
other doctors had tried in vain to aceomp'lh
he succeeded in doing ia about a week.
Don't misunderstand roe. I was not we.i at
the end of this lim by any manner of rracs,
but I was able to be about the store and giva
some attention to my business affairs. I re
mained under Dr. Shade's treatment unt.I
some time last March, when I was pronoun'""!
by him cured. Since that timo I have beea
examined by Dr. Rejourn, my family plysi
cian. who told me" that I was inperfe-fc
physical condition. I will conclude by say
ing that in indorsing Dr. Shade I am "loin j
the least under the circumstances that any
one could do."
Miss Maria Parloa
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