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THE " EVENING TIMES, SATURD4.T, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895.
.I ii i MORfiW V-EINIDNI UIMA::T-HE Tl tBT; ;ceu g "& Parker, Bridget Co., CloiLlers,51571b Lnw. Here is the greatest $2.50 all-wool Suit for Boys ever placed on sale in Washing ton. Two pat terns of gray all-wool Che viot, double breasted coat, 4 pockets.dou ble seat and knee. Built for the hard est kind of wear, yet dressy enough for Sunday. Ought to be marked $3.50. We are making it a "leader" this season at $2.50. Parker, Bridget It Go Clothiers, 315 7th St. PHANTOM PATROL WAGON Strange Story of a Body That Lies in the Baltimore Morgue. Only T.iiigllil.- ThliiK in Coiini-ctlon Willi tin' Aljfterluur. Affiilr 1h IIio Very Dc-c-ldc-dl Genuine- Ctrpic. Yialtiniorc. Sept. 28.-Thcre Is a I oily at the city morgue which was recelt cd at 2.4". o'clock Wednc-Eday afternoon, under the iijinc ot Theodore- Gorman. Nothing else is known about tlic man. Tim attendant ens that lie receied the lxxly lu an al most nude condition from the ceulril dis trict patrol ttagun, and that the driter told liim the name was Theodore ciorinan, but the other iiarticulars coulil not lie ob tallied from Coroner Hill, who also had the man's clothes. The attindant fays lie is poKltlte about the above facts; that he knows the drive of the wagon, and could not be mistaken in him. The attendant aleo biijs that the boil looks as if the man died of arsenical lKjiton, but he referred the ri porter to Coroner Hill for further Information. Dr. Alexander Hill, the coroner, was seen bj a reiiortcr, but lie absolutely and posi titclv denied knowing anything whatetcr about the man, and as for his cloilies, he taid, he had never seen thuu. 'The central district," said Dr. Hill, "will gitc you all the information jou want." Hut" the same lack of knowledge was manifested by the police on the sub ject. Moreot cr. It was said that the record showed that the wagon had not been out at that time. When told that the kei per of the morgue said he knew Officer Gafrney and that the wagon had two horses attached to It Lieut. Busick said that Officer Gaffney was at tils dinncr-at the hour mentioned, and, although the central wagon is the only one In the city- with two horses, It was not out at that time", and therefore the morgue keeper could not hae recc-ltod the body from It. Inquiry at the other police districts failed to throw any light on the mystery involving the body, the police at each and every one denying that they had sent the Inidy to the morgue. The morgue keeper said that he had heard, after re received the body, that it was found on Green iiiounlatcnuc, between Madison andTru-c-ton streets, but he could not say It was a fact. Inquiry in the neighborhood revealed a dene Ignorance of anything relating to the matter. The attendant sajs he has the bodj: that It looks like that of a Ger man, and that lie would really like to know something about It. No one lias made Inquiries at the morgue for the body as jet. MKcaayjgjB An J $2.50 SUITS To-day we open the bargains of the year Splendid CHILDREN'S. SUITS from ONE DOLLAR up. ONE DOLLAR UPWARD- MEN'S PANTALOON'S from 75c upvvard, in huge variety and assort mentgood material and workman ship. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS UPWARD- Men's Finest, all-wool Black Cheviot Suits round cut, double-breasted and .cutaway at $6.50 worth $ 1 5. AT SIX-FIFTY-- We'll tell you how we do it. We have closed out a BIG stock of Clothing in New York, and having secured .it cheap, can well afford to sell it cheap. W TO-DAY the Store will be closed until 5.30 p. m. when these Cloth ing bargains will be ready. GARNER & CO., N. E. Cor. QlZtiuaiifl H Sts. N. W. IN THE SECOND SPECIAL Henry of JJayarreWill Not Be Among the Starters. Hacelle-Heted to Lie IletttefiillieTtvo Speedy WcMrrli Crack, Clifford uiid-Flylnj: Dutcliumii. ' (Spe-cfalTo The Times.) New YdrC, Sept." 28. The tecond spe cial isto herunatGratcscud to-elay. There is much disappointment that He'nry of Nutarreund Domino do not thow among the list of starters, but the race will be a grand one, etcn without them. While the race looks to lie at the mcrcy of Clifford, there are m.ui old racehorEe men who predict that he will bate to go a fast mile and an eighth to beat that other game and piHrdy We-'stcrn animal, Tlylug Dutchman The latter has shown himself to be n gie-at horse, aiu.with 100 pounds up as against 117 fort'lirford. Ills thought lie will eui-d a spIe4iUtl chance to "B in. Ranupj, with 122pounels, Is also in the race. He Is In good form and may make trouble for nil of tlieuother starters. Ke-y El Santa Anita and Sir Exccts are also dow ii to Etart, -.- Star Pointer, In the 2:10 pace at Terre Haute jcMexdiy, ret'led, -of f three heats in the good time of 2 08 :i 4, 2 08 3-4 and 2 08 1-4. " ' Palchen and Gentry are having It turn nboultheMda.yeste"rjIaywasI'atehcu's day. He won, lib, race, ut Sioux Citj, and paced the second heat down to his record, 2 04. " " There can be little doubt that the once Rreat mare. Alii, has gone'backw.ird for good Hc-rcflurt.at,Spriugfie-ld jesterday to be-.it her record rc-sulte-d In her ngain pulling up a cripple. She did the mile in 2-13 31, ten seconds behind her mark. The nw track at Sheffield, Ind , is to be opened till-, afternoon. Hits track ill a meaurc w ill fill the place of the defunct ttoby. ,It K saiel the Indiana authorities will not Interfere with it. There, does not .seem to lie much difference lietweciirae-e track men, whcthertheybe-Mip porters of the harness horse or devotees of the bin? tail. A great deal has been said of late about the determination of ecrtalnin elllduals to clctnle both the trotting and running turf. Among the rniuli touted re formers the names of several prominent gen tlemen nf Philadelphia have been frequent ly mentioned A few weeks ago the Belmont assoeiat ion created a great ado about a race fora $1,000 purse for whieh Joe- Patpien and John li. Gentry were to pace. The Belmont folks worked this event as their strongest card When the race came off soineorthevirtuojshoulsof theBclmont body got it Into their heads that Curry, the driver of l'atcheii, and llcllenry, the driver of Gentry, had fixed a Job by which Gentry was to win, and they were deeply fclioikeel. Curry was set elown and another driter put behind Patehen This was nllgooel as as far as it went. But now it appears that there was no purse offered for the rai-e at all, ami that the Belmont outfit had bimply agreed to give Curry and McIIenry a share of the gate receipts for exhibiting their hordes. Curry and ilellenry gotabout $900 between th'em The recent edfer of .GO,000 made by Mr. John Hunter to Milton Young for the tal Hon Hanover has treated quite a ripple among horsemen, and has led to the e-om-piling of some Interesting horse statistie-s. This Is said to be the largest sum ever ten dered for nn American thoroughbred horse. St. Blais sold In this t-ountry for $100, 000, but he was bre-d in England, while Hanover was foaleel on American soil. Out side of fct. Dials no thoroughbred horse- has ever been sold in America for as mueh as was offered for Hanover, as Ormonde, though liought by an American citizen, was traded for in a foreign land. Mr. -Forties, another Anu.rfca.ii, jiald $73,000 for Im ported Meddler, but he, too, was sold In England Only two trotters have ever been sold for more than $60,000 Anon, $50,000, and Axtel, $105,000 while outside of the two above named but five other horses ha-, e et c-r lieensold iii England forasmueh money as that. Matelibov. hold for $00,000; Com mon and Doneater, for $70,000 caeh;Blair Athol, for $G2,500, and Kangaroo, for $G0. 000 Col. Young paid $13,000 for Hanover, but in four years has made 5100,000 clear AMATEUR ATHLETIC GAMES Big Meeting of Catholic Club Men at Baltimore. Etc-ntnOiK-11 toMcinliersot Etory Hec- otrnlzi-d OrKiinlzatlon In Maryland Urine; Out c-urly 100 Entries. (Special to The Times.) Baltimore, Sept. 28. Tho annual field meeting of tho United Catholic Association of Baltimore is to take- place nlUnlcu Park on Tuesday afternoon. Tiie ctciit will Jic the- most Important one In the- lilstecy of the organization. The sports are op-n to all .una tcunUn tho State of Maryland who are numbers of a recognized club In the Amateur Athletic Union. A tournament will be held after the game's. The riders for it lime been lutited from all or the State. Among the clubs that hae entered for the csiiitt-stsnre the Mary la ndaiul Baltimore Athletic Clubs, the Baltimore Outing Club, the Ariel Uotvlng Club, the United Catholic Literary Association, Holy Cross Lyceum, St. Leo's Gymnasium, Maryland bicycle Club, St. Joseph's Institute, Cnhcrt Lit erary Association. Young Men's Christian Association, Ml. St. Joseph's Colle-ge, Im maculate Conception Literary Associa tion, St. Jose-ph'8 Literary Association, and Mgr. Me. Ma mis Ljecuui. The eents are to be: Fifty yards elnsh from scrati h; 100 yarelsdash from scratch; 100 yards notice rroin scratch; 140 yarels lien Ice; 110 yards from Mr.Kch; 880 yards from scratch; one mile run; running high Jump: running hop, skip and Jump, and three standing Jumps. There are nearly 100 entries for these ce-nts, CO It HETTHETS ACCOMMODATING. SeiJH lie Will Ilo Anything to llolp tilt Flglit Along. A-sbury Park, Sept. 28. Cornell was interviewed today on the question of whether hi- woultl fight at any other pUo than Dallas. (peaking of Gov. Culberson's call for 4U ex'ra session of the Texas Legislature-, the ehamplon said he thought Dnn Stuart knew more about the situation dow n there ihau nny one else. "Ielon't know anything about the Governor or the Legislature-. If Han Stuart says it's all right, It's all right, anil there is the- end ot it, so far as I am concerned." COULD NOT TAKE 3IONEY. WiixliliiKton IIothc-h Far I'd Badly in tin-Baltimore Itace. Baltimore, Sept. 28. The reprccnta-tive-sof Washlrgtondld not showery well in the raises here yeslenlay. tu the 2:30 he-at Claymore- came home eighth In the Iirl he-at, sixth lu the-second heat, and in the third lie'at was dis tauceel. Tlie time was 2:27 1-1,2 2G 1-2. ud 2:25. In the 2:24 pace only two heats were gone, and both of them were- won by Harry B The Washington mare, Nina Kclile, finbheil ninth in the first he-at, nud fourth lu the second. The lime of the two heat was 2:19 1-4 and 2:18 1-2. To-day the card will be made up of and a special race between the pacers Raven nnd Rotiert C. The meeting will close this evening. XNTEUXATIONAL CIIICKET. Enj;ll-!i and riilhidc-lpliht Ti-nm lle Kln the Third l)ny' l'lay. CrlcketGround,IIaverfonl.Pa.,Sept.28. Another beautiful day f.nors tho inter national cricket match betw ecu tho Oxford Cambridge teamandtliepickcd Philadelphia team, and 2,000 pe-ople wcrcon thegrouuds v lien play was opened this morning. Play began at 11-05 o'clock, with Pat terson and liohlen, the Philadelphia not outs.ot last evening, at the bat. The for mer had 32 to hiscreslit and the latter 52, and the total score was93 for no wickets. CLOSING TIIE TOUHNEY. Croquet Vlujern Will Wind Up Tills Aft it noon. In the croquet tournament two games were played this morning. In the first division W. II. Fay, otNew York, beat 11. A. Bean, of this city, nnd in the second game George W. Johnson, ol Philadelphia, de feated Mr. Bean. This afternoon Mr. F.iy.ofNew York.and W. II. Wnlily, of Washington, will play for the championship of the second illusion of the National Association, the winner to p'ay Apgir, of Trenton, for entrance to the first dhlslon at the- national tourna ment, next year. This tournament, which was begun Mon day on the grounds at the park, corner of KIkkIo Island avenue and Ninth street, is of only a local character and was not for the national championship. The hittcrwas decided at Norwich, Conn., the third week In August. Outfitters COBB&TLWILLFEREEII sivluC' oll-i ' ' ' He Is Slated for That Honor in the, MoMillan-Gormap Boat. It Howard WIIkoii Heat Jack Duly ill'-' Will Ho Hacked Aguliwt Any" of the Lightweight. FlghfcrK. The nia nagement of the Uufeka'Club iia re made a wise moe In matching Jack Paly, of 'Wiliiiington, Del , who recently w-hlpiieil Hilly Jiooley, and Howard Wilson for an ighl-roiiinl preliminary to the Gorman Mc Millan contest, which will he- pulled otf on Monday night next. ' " Washington sport predict, a, great future for Wilson and a belter trial horse could not lunc heeii secured than Daly. Tills preliminary, combined with the star event, should gite the patrons of the H. A. C. the full worth or their money. Holli McMillan and Gorman are sturdy, strong fellus,uul (lie baifle will not lie- won or lostlnsidc of fitteeu or twenty round. ' There is one- thing ture. It Bill give n great deal more taticfaction than the short fight lietweeii McMillan and his victim, l'at itnedy. McMillan will find, Gorman a far more-'fortiiUlable opHihtnt than lie has been up against Toisomctlme. llotli of the- men hae- worked hard and faithfully for this contest uud are- in ex cellent shape. Hilly McMillan will It- jeconded liv Jlite rcckliafn and lioli Connell, while Gorman will lie- handled by hl rounlrjmaii Teil Alexander, of Australia, and big Hilly Woods, ot Demcr, who is to fight Giorge Godfrey ne-ct month. , , The- chances are- that "Champion Jim Corhc-tl, Hilly' Dclanej, or McVey will referee the fight. While It must lie admitted that matters Just at this time look cxi-cedinsly blue, so far as Dallas Is concerned. It Is altogether Improbable- that the, Florida AthlctU- Club will guc up the notion ot bringing Corbelt and FitZfclnwnons together. Jt can hardly be-expecteil thatso farasthe money making goes the nfrelr will pan nut what it would have at Dallas with the-Texas Stale fair to bait it up; but there- would, be a bhr pront lu It almost an) where at any time that It could liu pulled off without hindrance, and now that Stuart and the club are pretty deeply In the- hole they may lie-looked to to strain every nerve to find a place for the fight that they may make good their loss. The hope expressed, by some of the ring followers in this city yesterday that when Gov. Culliersoii gets his legislature together there may be enough members frht.dly to the big fight to prc-tciit fiction such as the governor recommends in his proclamation, seems to l a vain one. Astam-e at the- or ganization of that body would indicate that the fight will lme little xhow'wlth it, if Texas people are like the Tnntt.uf uttior people. "In the -TexiR' legislature :th'ere are 31 senators and 128 members 'of tha hou-. Texas has a populitlou estimated at 2, 050,000. Of this number or people leis thaii COOjOOOJMIitvw&sillid ellins vutlt a'piipuTatlon of alioiit-OjOOtlfl Ai-eordlng to these figures, alxut onefttfrrof the mem bers of the legislature- arc cleeted from cities ami towns of C.000 population and over, while four firths ureclcitcil by towns of Iesthau 5,000 Inhabitants and by the farmers. In nearly every ectIotl of the Union the friends of the boxers are found In theeitles. The country dl-tflcfs are against them. If this rule holds good In Texas, and the ret aa lie little doubt that it does. It is all clay with the fight as far as that .State is con cerned.. - Fltzsimmons had another round witlTiIs pet lion' -wo 'Atkinta.- The lion got first blood but Hob got In a knockout with a water bucket. As there now appears to be but little hope for the Corbeit and Fltzsimmons fightshow that the- contro rrsy between Jim and Bob must betettfed. It inakesnodlfference to Brady, apparently, what the cost to limb or life or liberty may be. Willie is surely a wily worthy. Tiie determination of Gov. Culberson to fiwartDan Stuart and the Florida Athletic Club will probably cause both Corbett and Filzslmmons to sleep more peacefully than they ba e for the- last three months. i News comes from Baltimore that Here ford, the managerof the- EureknClubof that town, is Already out for the Maher and O'Donnell bout, belleing that there is now no chance for it to bepulIedofftitDallas. The Ryan and Smith fight for the welter weight championship will ln.all probability be secured by Boston, now that It Is as good as settled that it will not take place in Tcxaas. The last draw that these men fought was before the Buffalo Club of that city. It was a rattling mill from start to finish, but the authorities offered no ob jectlon to It, and the recent decision of the court in the O'Brien anil Wnleott case makes It almost-sure that the boxers aro safe there. As soon as the proclamation of Gov. Cul berson had reached them, the San Francisco Syndicate who made a bid of $05,000 for the Corbett and Fltzsimmons fight, the latter part of last week, telegrapheda rencwalof their offer. The boxers are yet under con tract with tho Florida Athletic Club, and they can hardly be expected to enter Into another agreement until they know what the Stuart combination Intends to do. i d Paddy Hyan is to be in Philadelphia on Monday. He will spar with "Sullivan at the benefit to be given the latter there next week. ' alix is cnirr.LED. Snlislmry's Great Mnre Will TrotHo More. Sprinsficld. Ill , Sept. lZ8,-Andy Mc Dowell, the driver of Alix, unnounccd lat night that the Utile, marc it badly Injured, and may no be able to trob again this season. r He says She sprained a whirr bone in her effort jcsterelay afternoon by striking a hard spot Ju the track Just 'as she was starting down the home stretch. ''Alix made the third quarter in thirty seconds," said McDowell, "and I was preparing to reach the wire in 2:06, lu order to win the prize offered by the board for, beating A rote's record on this -track. Just as I let her go the marc bit the bard placc'anef 'let down." ' '" ' The announcement as made from. the Judge's stand thai Alix, had thrown a boot, but this is not true. It Is evident from the mauncr.in, which .she. limy 3 thai the lameness is In the hips. Annnn.1 Field Sports. Philadelphia," Sept. '28.-The annual field sports "of the Biverton Athletic Asso ciation will be heldtbis afternoon at Rlvcr ton, beginning at 2.30 o'clock. Over 200 entries hare- been-Tceived comprising athletes from the A. G. 8. N. nnd Athenian RlubsSwartfihiore' 'Colleger 'Eehlgli-TJrii verslty, Lafayette College, and the Uni versity ot Pennsylvania? " CUAIG HAltDINO, 13th and K Sts. $25 Chamber Suite, $18.50. We call it a Si 5 Chamber Suite because that is what such a Suite will cost you elsewhere. Three large pieces, antique finish; has 24 by 30 beveled-edged mirror, and cast brass trimmings. Our price$icS.50. CRAIG & HARDING, - 1 3th and F Sts. HOW THE ENGLISHMEN LOST Sprinter Bradley Tells of His Coun trymen's Woes While Here. SniikfK, Ants, Crickets nnd Other Crawling and Climbing Things Wore Them Into Mckiieiw. Iindon, bept. 28. Charles A. Bradley, the 1 ou j.i rd sprinter of the London Athletic Club, who took part In the recent Interna tional athletic contests lu' New York, wrote home-on thecieof the games as fol lows: "The he-at In New York Is awful. It take-sail the running out of you. Nearly all of us are choleraic. "I do not think we have a chance of win ning. Morris IIcighKarealric with Insects, ants, large crickets, ferrets, skunks and poisonous snakes. I killed one the other nlghti There arc we-aseN,ulrrcls and ev ery arlety of crawling and climbing In sects and animals. At night yon must be careful where you put your feet." GKXEHAL SPOUTING 'OTES. The friends of joung John Cnim in the Chicago Athletic Association are very bllter In their denunciation of the tre-at-inent accorded the rnmous sprinter by the New York .Athletic Club during the prep arations for the contests with the English athletes. It Is charged that Murphy, the trainer of the New Y'ork men, took a dis like to Crum because he bid fair to out do Wefers, who was a fa.jritc with him, and treated Crum with such coldness and neglect that he wounded his pride and discouraged him to such a elegree that the T0W3 boy actually became 111, though he refused to give up In tils work. Harry Cornish, trie famous Chicago ath lete, who saw Crum In New Y'ork before and after the conte-sis, sajs that Crum was completely dishe-arh nod aud wholly unfit to make anything like ll.e showing of which he Is capable, and that it was no doubt the unfair, petty meanness of Murphy and his cronies that broke him down. The Andulion, the okk-t. biggest and rielie-t shooting club In ?ew York State, and perhaps in thecouu try. Iiasdetcrmined, alter much delibe-ratlon, to give a tourna ment nctt year at lluffalo. which it is Intended to make the greatest event or its kind cer held in America. The largest prizes ever offered for shooting are- to lie hung up and they are to be open to the world. The crack shots of all the foreign countries are to be Invited.. Among 38,000 licenses issued at Chi cago for dogs this year there are twelve for dogs whose aggregate value is esti mated to be $10,000. They are of hunt ing breeds of the most aluable kind. Frank Buttcrworth has arrived in San Francisco and assumed his work as coach for the football. team of the Tjnicrsity of California. A bicjclc tournament Is shortly to be given at Madison Square Garden, New Y'ork, and races by females arc to be- a feature of the programme If wealth goes for anything the new Turf Club recently organized in New York should be a huge success. Among the members of the club whose names are pub lished arc found those of August Belmont, Perry Belmont, John Jacob Astor, Thomas A. Havcmeyer, J. II. Beekman, Mr. Iselln, of Defender fame; Ogden Mills, E. D. Mor gan, J. Pierpont Morgan, William C. Whit ney, and many other men with large sized bar'Is. The home of the lurf club Is to be Morris Park, where, next month, what is expected to be the greatest race meeting the country has had In many years, is to be held. The Transyhanla Stakes, always an In teresting eent at the Lexington rail meet ing, is to be trottesl next week and It prom ises to be a greater race this year than ever before. There are nineteen entries, Deluding Altao, Cephos, Bouncer, Iron Bar, Ba rronDIUonandmany others eriuallyprom Inent, whose records range from 2:10 1-2 to 2.15 1-4, and there Is not a horse in I tie race that is not believed to be capable of Clear ing his mark. Arrangements have already been set on foot for a big harness horse meeting at Mil waukee next summer, a leading attraction ot which is to be a double team trot for a purse of $3,000. The money for all purses Is to bo hung on the wire, so that as soon as a race has been decided the drher of the winner can reach up ami get It. TTASIUNGTON" AND LEE TEAM. It Is Made Up of Twenty Strapping Young Fellow. Lexington, Va., Sept. 28 The football team of Washington and Lee University, made up of twenty-two strapping young fellows, Is under expert training nnd practice dally. When the eleven Is selected for the fall schedule of games It will In point of physique, training and ability to play football, compare favorably with any of the Southern teams. An expert trainer from some of the big tea msor the North-may be secured as coach. HOBY IS DOXE FOB., No More Racing: on tho Notorious " Track This Tear. Indianapolis, Ind , Bept. 28. The peti tion of Edward Roby before the supreme court yesterday for a rehearing of the case against the Roby Racing Association, was overruled. With this action the last hope of the de fendants to secure a reversal, or even a modification, of the opinion Is dissipated. As the law Is now construed by the courts all-persons are -prohibited from holding a race meeting ortcner than twice within t "period ot sixty days, whether the previous meeting was held by the same or differ ent persons." JIMMY JAMES JILL JIM Beaneaters and Senators in for An other Battle Thi8AfternQQR Hin lug Had a Powerful Drubbing Yes terday the lloiiiTeam-Ought to 'Win llands Don n To-day. The Senators will fare"tae'Beaneac.rs again at National Park this afternoon., The home team ought to play well lo-day. It is usually a elay on JncTa'dayoff With them. This ought to be their day ou. They got a pounding jostorday. Jimmy James Is to' try his hand against thu Boston men to-elay. He- is a strong young twiner, and, fuay perhaps do a better job Ihau Ollroy did, though Gllroy was not as much to blame forthestunning deTeat as were the men liyhlud him.aniJJie is to begiu-n a tliancc- In oneof the games on Monday to redconrhrmeir ' Jeiycc, who wasout of thegame yesterday on account of a bad knee, will play third this afternoon. - - ' Manager flelec. lie-lug a-icry gallant gen tleiuau, has Joined hands wit'h Jlfl Schrcelz In making this a ladies'-day.-ftiid the fair oncsnreexpected to heout lu force. Cleveland opens the ball.wlth the Colo nels at Loulstille today. The third place men. lacUed.Balllmore, made a tie. and got beaten three games. The eighth plaev men tackled Baltimore' jpstc-rday. and bcat them out. of their boots on the go. Batchall Is turely a verj uncertain game. The League games played yesterday re sulted as follows: Newy York, 7; Baltimore, C. Baltimore, 7; New York, 2. rhilad. Iphia. 1 4; Brooklyn, 14. Chicago, 11: Cincinnati, G. Boston, 14: Washington, 2. " St. Louts, i; Pittsburg, a. The standing of tho League Clubs to-day U as follows: Baltimore. K3 43 Ki Piitsoarg TO 62 JVM CleTckrod. 8! IS .(At New York.. M 63 .iU Phila.,....I7 51 -UK Cincinnati. 63 K .DOS Chicago... 71 57 353 ,ostin..,.. 41 83 .TSU Boston.... 70 58 .517 fcr. Louts.... 59 91 -"J Brooklyn- 70 59 .543 LouUTille- 31 V .! League games scheduled for to-day are as follows: Baltimore at New York. CIci eland at Louisville. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. (Two games,) Boston at Washington. Chicago at Cincinnati. Preid-tit Fn-edman. of the New York club, is glad that the baeball feason over. He says that while his Giants lune e-ausesl him lots of trouble, the Lewspapers baie caused him more. He thinks news pa p3rmeuareameanet. If hegavcanafter iioon pa pera bit or news the morning papers would kick, and if he gate the moming pap"rs a first chaiiec- thenflcrnoon fellows would jump on him with Iwtli feet, and as against the two the ball club has not been in it in tLe way of making lifemi-er-able for him. Coml-ky Is said to have cleared $20,000 with the fit. Paul liall team this Fcason. The stockholders of the club are so well plied that they have told him to go ahead and put together such a club as he wants for text year, and they will foot the bills. Meakln, who has been released by Louis ville, has beeu ofrered a Job with a West ern Lrague team, but bethinks he-is too goodtobecaugbtanjougucliconinany. He is confident the big league can't get along irithout him. v Cronin, who has lcen released by Brook lyn, maj find a place with one of the clubs in the Western division. Haskell, who has made for himself the name of being the best umpire- in the West ern Lcnge. may be put on Uncle Nick's st.irf next year Brooklyn got two of the twehe games the played with Cleveland ilifs te-aon. PitehcrPond w ill return to NewEngland. He evidently don't think Balliruore knows a good thing when shclusjr. , , The largest number of luns made-'ln one Inning during the Ecaon is credited to Detroit Barnes, of the Lincoln Club, pitched thirty nine ganie-s this season and won thirty one- of them Old Man Anson Is on Barnes" trail hot and hcay. Sockalcsie. an Indian, recently threw a baseball 129 yards and 9 inches against a strong wind at Bangor, Maine. McGraw will prohablj go Jo New York to day to get into the last gaiiies with his team against the Giants. .- Nearly cvcrvliody has heard of Harry Wright, the oldest mm rnnneetrsl with baseball at tl-e present time and likewise the most popuIarman.saysthePhiladelphia Ledger. He has been a great, ballplayer, in his lime, and was the best manager that ever bandied a team Three years ago, owing to old age and infirmity cauted by the partial loss of his sight, I.c being totally blind for awhile, he was retired from the management of the Philadelphia team and given Ihe title of Chief of Umpires, a position especially created for bim, with a $2,500 per annum salary attached to it, as a. mark of recognition for the honcst'and" faithful manner in which he had always discharged his duties, both as a player and manager, and, IndIrectIy,hsTiIire" pension for the Invaluablesenices.ne.had, rendered to baseball in making it Amer ica's National game, whicii he did more tor accomplish than any other man ever con nected with the sport." The Phllade-lphia and Baltimorecluhj will meet at Richmond on October 13 and begin tlieir exhibition tour through 1heSouth. They arc scheduled tolndjip at Dallas, Tex., on Not ember 30. A Philadelphia paper suggests to the home team that as they helped Baltimore along for first place they might now help Brooklyn to beat the Beaneaters for fifth place. ItECEIVERS APPOINTED. Nov Step In tho Reorganization of the Northern l'ucltlc. Milwaukee, Wis , Sept. 38. Juuge Jen kins this morning appointed Edward W. McHc-nry, for many years chief engineer of the Northern Pacific road at St. Paul, and Frank G. Bigclow, president, of .the First National Hank of Milwaukee, in which H. C. Payne Is a director, as-re-ceivcrs for the Northern Pacific road, in place- of Messrs OaVes and" Payne and Rouse, resigned. , , . Judge- Jenkins (aid be would not appoint the third man until he had a conference wiUi the judges of the other Judicial dis tricts through which the road runs. - -iTtjm f it r r ICTT iK? V VALN J. IflXLtlVi W-l there ever was so much to choose from and the choice cost- irieT cr 1it1p n ,i,w "-fc, "" - -- here m our chil dren's Clothing Department. iP Stylish, serv iceable School Suits at way down prices. Rei-fer fults. with laree collars and braided collars anl cnlls (I to 4-year sizes) 150 Boys' All-wool Black Cheviot, double breasted, long pants, school suits (14 to 19-year iies) 1700 Eoya' cxtra-neary Kneo Pants double seats andknees 50cts. You Men let us talk Fall Hats to you. Loeb & Hirsh, nSSCIothlcrs. Shlrtrnakerj. Outfitters. 910-912 FStN.W. sa ' The Fastest Track the pleasant- 4V est surroundings ,at COLUMBIA FIELD, 17th and C I streets. There's a secluMon and reflne- ' mem a he ut the park teat will make U the fashlobablu resort la I the near future I m tractors the bet available j for learners ' Guarantee tickets, (J (profl ciencr In ridinc assure J) bitting and dress n j rooms for ladle. n!fi n..1 (1. "Columblaa" I UlSlllllI UlulB UU. llartforcta." , JI,5ratnr",n'452 P AY FOR GREATER WASHINGTON Condemnation Proceedings Insti tuted by Attorney for tha District. Sect lun Intuited I.les IIft tt reu Xort U Cupltol Street Kxtended and Rock Creek LUt of Subdit Kions. Anothir onward step In the proceedings whirehy the gredter Washington Is to b e-volTe-el was taken yesterday afternoon, when Mr. S. T- Thomas, Attorney for tho IiKtrlct, filed jietitious asking for the ap poltitmt tit of a commission to condemn and assess ralu-s of land in forty seven sub divisions. This Ec-ctlon, the only one completed, coraprNe-8 the territory bouuded by North Capitol street extended and Itock Creek, "inthin its limits are- contained a number of the- richest suburbs ot Washington. In asking for the- appointment or the commission, the petitions riled yesterday request that it would "proceed to con demn a permanent right or way Tor the public over the land," comprised In the rcsiiective sulHlivisions. The- list or these subdivisions ls as fol lows: Mount Ple-asant, Brown's subdivision; Mount Pleasant aud Pleasant Plains; Me ridian Hill; Columbian-College lands, north part; Sherman's- subditUion; Columbia Heights'; Holme.id suIkIImsIou ot Mount Pleasant and Pleasant LMaiiu; Pruner's subdltision or Pleasant Plains; Washing ton and KockvllU- Turnpike- Company's sulhlivision; Todd A Brown's subdivision of Mount Pleasant nnd Plc-asai.t Plains; Wright A Dole's subdivision or Pleasant Plains; Han's subdltision of Mount Pleasant; Howard University sub dltision; Le- Droit Park, including Moore's Vacancy; Tuttle-'s; -uUllrision of "Widow's Mite; Washington Heights; Trues dell's addition to Washington Heights; Knlor-uua; Prather's subelitision, part of Mount Pleasaut: J. C. Lewis" subdivision; Dobbins' addition to City of Washington; addition to Le Droit Park; Columbia Col lege land, south pan; University Park; Washington Heights, Commissioners' ad dition; Oak Lawn; Loundei, Widow's Slite; liellaire Heights: Schcutzeti Park; Bell view; Gass subdivision; J. H. T. Hall's subdinsion, part of rodvworth: Chapin Brown's biitMlitiston, part of Mount Pleas ant; Irglesldc-subdivtsionbyCJiapin Brown; Koseniont Park; IccIeMde, Waltindge'ssub dltislon; Lanier Heights; subditulon ot John Little's estate; Wngganian'-, subdi vision of Pretty Prospect, Kaloraiua and Widow's Mite; Brlghtwood Park: Oreen's subdivision, lart ot Girls' Tortion: Takoma Park subdivision; Gilbert and Woods' ad Uition to Takoma Park; Grammar's ad lition to Takcma Park and West Taken)? SOT TO SUCCEED UUST1S. Consul Gi-ncriil Morio .st Another Itoorlxic-k ut He-.t. Indianapolis, Ind , Sept. 28 Samuel E. Moras consul general to Paris, arrived home yesterday. He said that he had not been to Washington, nor Gray Gables, nor Sec retary Olnej's summer home, as had been reported. Mr. Morss was asked about the stories which have been In circulation that he had been called home for consultation In -the Waller case, and that he had bee'n scheming to supplant ex-Senator Eustis -ns ambassador at Pans. "All these stories," he said, "arc silly falJritions and utterly without founda .Jiour"! came home under le-ave of absence from the- State Department to attend to the private business which has detaine-d me In New York. I have not the slightest -ambition to succeed Ambassador Eustis. "I do not think he contemplates resign ing, and am very sure his recall never has been considered. He is an amiable, dig nified and popular representative of the -United States, and he has made- a record in the Waller and all other matters ut every way admirable and creditable." HOPE OF THE STOUTS. Bc-llete Governor Cannot Secure Ttvo-Thli-dK Majority ot I.e-RUIature. St. Louis, Sept. 28. A special from Dal las, Tex., says that the Tlorida Athlctie. Club and Its friends will make- an appeal to the law makers or the twenty-rourth leg lslaturcnot to pass a bill wltii an emergency tkiuse attached prohibiting pugdistic ex hibitions. A bill without the emergency clause would tot take c-frect until January 1, 1806. The club will show that It has made- an investment of $70,000 in geiod faith and made contracts which must he met when there is no law to interfere with the enter prise on the statute books. It will take 21 of the 31 votes In the sen-au-and SO of the 128 votes in the house to pass a bill with the emergency clause, and the citizens of that city are hopeful that the gote rnor will not be able to secure th accessary two-thirds. It It's netts, It'M In Tho Times fflEfj Mil I &gi2g&3g&mg& t2 As j- ; fea; -s?-;f--v-yftahf5ffi g-Wte -j-s sr '-& JJmW&&J2gai