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THE EVENING- TIMES,, gATUIt DAY, JULY 3, 189T.
:::::::: ::::::: ::.:: PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.'S SEMI-ANNUAL . 0 We'll be closed all day Monday July 3tii but we've got today what you'll want to wear to morrow and Monday. Come early this morning, as the last hours before closing will be the busi est we have had this season. We hope every mother in Washington will get a share of these remarkable clearing bargains in the Boys' Clothes. Just think of Boys5 Wash Pants at IOc. 3 pairs for 25c. They arc mighty Rood rants, too. stiown In all colors nil blzeh rrom 3 to 8 yyirs Ought, not to be a pair left in the House by cloblng time tonight. $2 to $3.50 Boys' Suits, SL65. Hoys' All-wool Knee Fnntu Suits this season's newest . styles novcltj effects and Blue and Ulack ChcWots. Sizes 3 U 10 years. Always $2 and $3.50. lours today at $1.65. All the rest or tlie Hoys' Clothing, including the new Wabh Suitb, at just 50c ou the dollar. J5 & FOR BSGYCLE "CRANKS." lou wheelmen wlio are going to take a spin tomorrow and next day, ami want to -spruce up" i little at small cost, should investigate our clearing prices for Bicycle l'auts, suits. Caps and Stockings. Here are samples: Men's Fancy Uheviot Bicycle Pants at $1. Men's $2.50 and $3 Bicycle Suits at $1.25. 50o, 75c and $1 Golf Caps at 25c. 75c to $2 Bicycle Hose, 25c and 50o. Sale of $9 to $35 Spring Suits, S6.25. Tills sale or Men's $. to $15 Spiing Suit at 0.25 is simply paralyzing the trade Tor higher-priced clothing, and no wonder when we're orienng sucn good qualities for bo little. Splendid Bubincss suits, 4-buttou sack styles, excellent quality or cheviot and mixed and Taney cJTectb our regu lar btandard $9, $10, $12 "ud $15 grades Clearing Sale Price, $6.25. PARKER,BRIDGET&CO., Stra'sfhtforward Clothiers, 315 7th St. ; :::::::i'.ii.'i.':.:: THE LAST DAY .rihi. GREAT OFFER 25 per cent off all lUeyclo Suits In quite an item. You bad better believe it lias kept its busy, hu couie early today if you can. Here Are the Reductions: Every Suit is marked m plain figures. All $4.50 Suits go at S3.38 All $G.OO Suits go at $4.50 All $8,00 Suits go at $6.00 All $10.00 Suits so at $7.50 All $12.00 Suits go at $9.00 In addition ice offer a vast variety in fact, our entire stock of Sepa rate Bicycle Trousers at the same re ductions. Larrimore & Ridenour, Athletic Goods Specialists, '417 "Ninth." RIDE OUT to 'Tis a most delight ful spot, where breezes blow cool drinks cood dinners outiabt TATUPe TJrVRM Brookland and Sol RAM S HOKN. Ulcris. llome Amateurish Repairing never did a -wheel any good. Our men kuow mcir uunui-oo. .m-j v. experts. Have yours overhauled by i Uicin. ; geo. l. haley, i joHNr.xiuurnr.Mgr., r- 003 E st. uw- Music and Dancing amidst the cool breezes of Suitland Park. 'Tis a delightful way of passing the evening. Ride out to night you are sure to meet wimc friends there. Over Pennsylvaula avenue bridge. AWNINGS. FLAGS. TENTS. Never order before getting; an esti mate from J as. A- Nicholson & Son, riiono rOlT. 1231 E Street. Wo rentTonts and Flas Decorations. jc7-ow-eai ' . ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF MINIATURES, Removed to 932 F Stre:t, Room 13. Imtrttcticns to a limited clau rrery worninj. S FURNITURE STORAGE. 8 8 $1 to S3 TEIi MONTH. 8 S B. & O. Storage Co., 8 10 TO 1G E ST. N. E. g M jo26-tfctn Private Rooms, S3. a t We'll Furnisii the Power to Fan You. 9 Uct your ranB into position A and then telepiione us we'll sup- ply you with nil the power you w need and at veiy si. Eh t expense, w too. jk U. S. Electrio Lighting Co., j 13 14th st. nw. 'Phono, 77. J Low Rates to Milwaukee, Win., via Pennsylvania Railroad. On account of the meeting or the National Educational Association at Milwaukee, excursion tickets will be sold July 2, 3 and 4, at rate of one fare for the round trip, plus membership fee. c29-Jyl&3c-je30-Jy2&4ui The Murder Jn New Yorlt. The mysteries surrounding a murder are seldom ns baffling as some lurking disease, contracted through a chill. It Is well to always keep a little Tharp's Pure "Berkeley" Rye in the house In case of emergency. You can get it at 812 P street, for $1.00 a quart. It Is the best ad. It CLEARING SALE. i . . ... W. L. Pet. Boston 41 14 .745 Baltimore... 38 17 .691 Cincinnati 34 18 .654 New York... 33 21 .611 Cleveland.... 29 27 .517 Philadelphia.. 30 .4S3 Pittsburg 26 29 .473 BrookIyn..;...26 29 .473 Washington... 22 33 .400 Louisville 22 33 .400 ....22 35 .386 St. Lcuis 11 46 .193 34 "E; & i p 8 IHwn Chicago m Standing of the Clubs July 3, 1800. "Won. Lest. IV t. Baltimore 38 19 .067 Cleveland 36 19 .655 Cincinnati 41 22 .651 Boston .. .. '. 35 23 .603 Pittsburg 31 27 .534 Washington 28 27 .509 Chicago 33 32 .503 Philadelphia 31 30 .503 Brooklyn 30 30 .500 New York 24 34 .414 StLoiils 15 46 .246 Louisville 11 44 .200 GAMES TODAY. Boston nt Xcw York. Brooklyn nt Philadelphia. Pirtwburg ut Chicago. Cincinnati at Louisville. St. Louis nt Cleveland. "Washington and Baltimore not scheduled. GENERAL SPORTING XOTES. In Ihe match race Thursday between "Walter C Sanger, of Milwaukee, tl.t i ell kuowa cyclist, and the famous pacing horse Vlbatross,, the man won two out or three heats. George B. Tinker, or England, and Tat Canoll, of Waltham, Mass., have been matched for a tl'ree-nille running race on Jmy 17, to be run either at Sprlngrield or "Waltham. The National Club or San Francisco, has matched "Kid" McPartland, or New York, to light George Green some time In Au gust. Mrrartiand has deposited $500 as a guarantee that lie will enter the ring at 145 pounds. McUeynolds and Carruthers, the cele brated tandem pair, again broke the world's tandem record nt Colorado Springs. They did the third of a mile in .34 4-5, hair In .55 3-5 and two-thirds in 1.17 2-5. This performance was on a third-mile track. The previous records for these distances were: Third, .37; half, 57 4-5; two-thirds, 1.21 4-3. Sixteen homing plgeonB owned in Cleve land, Ohio, were liberated at Kirkwood, Mo on Tuesday They were set free at 4:07 in the morning. One of the birds reached home at 7:10 In the evening, having covered the 502 miles in fifteen hours and nine minutes. The second bird came home a few seconds later. Three more arrived the next morning. Dr. Agncw's Ointment Cures Salt Ttheum, Eczema, Tetter. Barber's Itch, and all like 6kin diseases and eruptions. It gives relief in a day. Its cures are legion; its failures are few. Tears of test ing, and grows daily in favor of suffer ing humanity. Good for Baby's Skin, good for young, middle-aged or old folks. 35 cents. Sold by P. 8. "Williams & Co., 91 h and P bts.; Edmonds & Williams, 3d et. and Peun. avc. Bicycle Meet ut Frederick. Account Marylaud Division, L. A. W., meet at Frederick, July 3 to 5, the B. & O. It. K. will sell tickets to that point, July 2 to 5, good to return until 6th, inclusive, at rate of one fare for the round trip. Je26-28-jyl-3 Bicycle Meet at Frederick. Special train, Frederick to Washing ton, "via B. & O. R. R., 7 p.mf July 5, for wheelmen returning-. Jyl-3t,em LOSTAWELL-PLAYED GAME Senators Outclassed the Orioles But Could Not Win. KING HAD A FATAL INNING Statesmen Had the Game Well in Ilnnd Until the Eighth, When Bal timore Syored Five Runs uml "Won. The Contest According to Monu mental City Panccs. Washington was defeated again at Balti more by the Orioles, but that it was hard luck to lose the contest after playing all around llaulon's team the following from the Baltimore American testifies: "The Washington team outbatted, out fielded and in every Avay outclassed the champions ycsterday.aud yet were defeated by a iCoru of G to 4. 'The birds, with the utmost regularity, swung at Pic ball with force enough to send it over the rencc, and either inlscued or gave the Senatorial liiiicld a chance to i'is tiugulhh itself by fine stops and throws In this line Be Montreville, at abort field, unci Wugley, atsecond, carried off the honors by nlppluglnthebudanuinberofhotgioundera. "The lieldingof the Senators was clean, sharp and beautiful. Sliver King, that much under-rated twlrler, was la the box for Wellington, and pitched a game e.ju'il to any m his palmiest days. Up to the sixth inning lie had allowed but one hit, and, with thai except on, not another b:dl had been knocked out of the diamond. He had all kinds or speed, good curves and mobt excellent Judgment, and it was by no nieans his fault that his team got the wrong end of the score. The turn or attains came so suddeuly that it electrified the exceedingly small band or rooters present into the wildest en thusiasm. It all happened in the eighth inning, and wab a mostheartreiidinguluig to the fine game put up by Silver King and his rrleuds Until Ihe ending or the faal eighth the Senators had the game in a pocket, as it were, and the eighteen bun dled spectators had given up hope aud started telling reminiscences of what ihe chMiipions would have done In a case like this last ear." The Sum sajs: "Both sides had to con tend against good pitching yesterday Jerry Xops was in fine form, and had he been supported perfectly, not a run would have been made on him. Errors and otner bad ficldifg gave the visitors all their three runs iu the fifth inning, and the run in the sixth inning was the result or three errors bunched in that Inning. " 'Silver' King pitched effectively up to the eighth liming, when he seemed to get rattled a little and weakened per ceptibly. "Bowerman's batting was one of the principal features in the victory. His home run started the run-getting, and his single in the ninth was timely. He struck out the first time at the bat, and the other three times made two singles and a nomcr. "The" visitors fielded in flue style and batted well Wrigley's error in tne eighth inning, however, was very costly, and was really what enabled the Orioles to win when they did. "Jennings was given an ovation by the little crowd or faithful rooters at the game when he took the field, and all the cripples got applause. 'Nothing was done in the seventh, and It looked like a bad chauce, but In the eighth the Oriole went In and won the game, with a run to spare. McGraw got a base on Nails, anil the crowd was surprised ami delighted to see the regular old Oriole hit-aii J-run trick played by McGraw and Kecler. It was good for sore eyes and sore baseball hearts. Jennings was struck by a pitched ball, this time in the short ribs, filling.the corners, with none out. Kelley hit to DcMontrcville, but Wrigley muffed his throw and Jcuulngs wes safe, McGraw and Keeler scoring. Stenzcl filed to Reilly. Doyle Singled to center and Jennings scored. Kelley and Doyle moved :ip on Reitz's out, and both scored on Bower man's third successive hit." The Herald ays: "The gano, as on Thursday, was more of a pitchers' battle than anything else, and Nops had decidedly the l-est or it. At flrst it looked as if Jerry would have to 'succumb to the on slaughts of the visitors, but no such thing happened. Jerry simply kept on pitching, and finally got the Senatorial batsmen Just where he wanted them. Then hlscomrades went in and won out the game. "That the Champs did play well at times is' evidenced by the unusually large num ber or double plays credited to tbem rive. Every one or these double plays was .skillfully executed) and was, so to speak, a life-"avcr. The chances for them came when the greatest oppor tunities were offered for scoring runs, and throuch then at least five tallies were cut orf. Two or them were made on line riles to Inrieldcrs, McGraw and Jcn nlngy, and two were made on riy-outs to Kelley and Keeler, on which base-runners attempted to advance a base. The other was the doubling up or men at Mcond and Tlrst, and was a particularly Tine piece of work. "At first it looked as If Silver King, who pity-lied for "Washington, had the OrioUs nt hip mercy. For four innings not a hit w.i8 made off him, and It wa.i not until the fourth that the boll was driven out of the diamond. After the rotirth the Champs began to get on to his delivery, and, though at no stage was he pounded very hard, he was hit with enough fre quency to win the game. "The Holding or the Senators behind King was excellent. Young DeMont. dis tinguished himseir nt dirrerent times, and especially in the sixth, when he made a remarkable catch of Jennings' pop fly just, behind third base. King fielded his portion in fine shape, and Selbac'i, out in left, did good work, nlthough on one occasion he misjudged a Hy, and allowed Kelley to make two bases. It was not costly, however." Yesterday's score: Baltimore. ' R. TI.PO.A. E. McGraw,3b. 10 4 2 0 Kecler, r. f 114 10 Jennings, ss 1 0 G 3 2 Kelley, 1. f 112 10 Stenzel, c. f 0 10 0 0 Doylc.lb .-. 116 11 Reitz, 2b 0 0 13 2 Bowerman, c 13 4 0 2 Nops, p 0 10 11 Totals 0 827 12 S "Washington. Jt. H.PO.A. E. Brown.c.f 1110 0 Helbacb, 1. f 0 2 10 0 DcMontrcviile, ss 0 1 1 2 0 Parrell, c 0 0 3 10 McGulre, lb 1 3 10 0 0 Reilly,3b 0 0 3 0 0 Abbey, r.f 0 0 10 0 "Wrlgley,2b , 113 4 1 King, p 10 0 3 0 Totals. 4 S23 10'1 "Kelley out hit by batted ball. Baltimore O00O0P05X 0 'Washington 0 0 003 10-00 t Earned run Baltimore, 1. Two-base hits McGulre, Kelley.Selbach. Three-base hit Wrigley. Home run-Bowerman. Left on bases Baltimore, 5; Washington, 6. Stolen bases McGraw; Kelley. Double & tSSSr . otTj XSJ , V' OorK J -'-- F "Wo -&f S plays Reltz, Jennings and Doyle; Jennings aud Reltz; Keeler and McGraw; Kelley aud Bowerman; McGraw and Reltz. First base on balls-King -1. Hit by pitcher By King, Jennings. Struck out By Nops 3; by King, 1. Time of game 2 hours and lu minutes. Umpire Mr. O'Day. At tendance, 1,833. Coltn Wou From the Pirates. Two errors, two bases on balls, and timely hits In the fifth Inning tell the story or Pittsburg's derent,by the Colts Rl Cul cago yesterday It was about a stand ofr between Friend and llawley in regard to effectiveness on the rubber, but "Pink" was toucr-ed up when hlt.s meant runs; while Piivud kept thti Pirates hits well scattered. Ryan's tljrce.bagger with all the bases occupied was the feature of the game. Score: ' Chicago. ,. R. H.PO.A. E. Everett, 3b 11110 McCormick, s. s t 2 0 3 2 0 Lange, c. f 2 2 3 0 0 Anson, lb : 10 5 2 0 Ryan, r. f 0 2 2 0 0 Decker, 1. f ,.... 0 0 4 0 0 Connor, 2b ;...?. 12 4 10 Friend, p . 0 2 3 0 1 Klttrldge.c w.. 0 0 2 2 0 Totals rittsburg. Smith, l.r ... Padden, 2b . Lyons, lb ... Davis, c. f... Donovan, r.r. 7 9 27 8 I It. H.PO.A. E. 1.1 0 0 0 0 114 1 0 1 10 0 0 0 3 2 0t) 0 13 0 0 0 0 14 0 10 0 11 El Donnelly, 3b . Merritt, C ... llawley, p ... 12 7 0 110 1 Totals 4 10 2110 3 Chicago 00 00 50 2OX-7 Pittsburg 00 3 10 0 0 0 0-4 Earned runs-Chicago, 2; Pittsburg, 2. First base by errors-Chicago, 2; Pittsburg, 1. Left on bases-Chicago, S; Pittsburg, li. First base on balls Otf Friend, 6; orr llawley, 4. Base on Illegal delivery Con nor. Struckout Byllawlcy.6. Thrcebasc hits Ryan, Davis. Two-baso hits-Lyons, Merritt, Everett. Stolen bases Lange 2), Everett. McCormick, Connor. Double plays Anson to Friend; Ely to Padden to Lyons, lilt by pltcher-By Friend, Hawley. Um pire Mr. Sheridan. Tlmeofgame-2 hours and 5 minutes. The Browns Lost Again. Farmer "Cy" Young's pitching was too much foi the Browns nt Cleveland yester day, aud again the Indians took St. Louis Into camp t'hler Zirnmer allowed Von der A he' a boys to score their only run. Hart and Coleman together gave thirteen bases on balls, and but ror good fielding at times by the Browns, Cleveland's score would have been twice as large as it was, sixteen Indians being left on bases. Score: Cleveland. B. II. PO A.E. Burkett.l. f. 4 4 2 10 Childs,2b 12 3 4 0 Sockalexis, r. f 3 3 d 0 1 McKean.s.s 113 5 0 Wnllace,3b 2 3 0 2 0 Tcbcau, lb 1 1 11 1 0 O'Counor.c. f 12 2 0 0 Zlmmer.c 0 1 G 0 0 Xoung.p 0 10 11 Tolnls St. Louis. Douglass, r. f. Hallman,2b. .. Hartman, 3b. Grady.lb Lally,-1. f- Cross, s. s Hurley, c. f... Murphy, c. .. Hart, p Coleman, p. .. 13 18 27 14 2 K. II. TO.A.E. 0 3 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 r o o Totals 1 8 27 12 3 Cleveland 4 11210 130-13 St. Louis 000010 000.- 1 Earned runs-Cleveland, G; St. Louis, 1. First base by errors-Cleveland, 2; St. Louis, 2; Lcrton bases Cleveland, 10: St. Louis, S. First base on balls-Orr Hart, 8; orr Coleman, 6. Struck out-By i'oung, 5; by Hart, 1; by Coleman, 1. Two-base hits Wallace, Burkett, Sockalexis, O'Connor, Grady, Zitnmcr. Stolen bases-ZImmer, O'Connor, Hnrlcy. Double plays Chllds,' McKenn and Tebeau; Cross and Hallm.in. Hltby pltcher-By Young, 1. Wild pitches Ilart.l; Coleman, 1. Umpires-McGintj and Douohuc. Time of game-1 hour and fifty minutes. Kvnns Pitching Won for Colonels. The Colonels won a creditable victory over the Reds at Louisville yesterday. Cin cinnati could do nothing with the pitching of Evans, who allowed but four hits to be made orf his delivery. Up to the eighth inning the game was a beautiful contest. The Colonels combined some good base running with three liltsi In that inning, however, and slowly drew away from the Reds and won by "a good margin. Rhlnes was hit rather freely. Bcore: Cincinnati. . H. TO.A.E. Burko.l. f. 0 1.3 0 0 Hoy, c. f 0 0 3 0 0 Corcoram 2b. ...;..- 0 0 3 6 0 Irwin, 3b 0 112 1 Miller, r. f. 0 0 10 0- Becklcy.lb 0 I 6 0 1 Rltchey, s. s 0 0 5 10 Peltz, c 1 X 5-2 0 Rhincs, p 0 0 0 2 1 Totals .. 1 4 27 13 3 Louisville. Clarke, I. f..... McCreery, r f .. Pickering, c. f... Stalford, s. s... Wurdcn, lb Dexter, 3b Wilson, c llocht, 2b Evans, p R. HJPO.A. E. 13 3 10 1 I 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 113 6 1 0 2 15 0 0 0 112 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 15 0 110 2 0 Totals 4 1127 1G 1 Cincinnati 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 I Louisville, 0 0 0 0 10 0 2 14 First base on errors Louisville, 3. Left on bases Cincinnati, 7; Louisville, 14. Two-basehit Irwin. Three-bae hit Beck ley. Sacrifice hits Dexter, McCreery, Pick ering. Doubleplays Corcoran and Ueckley, Stolen bases Rltchey, McCreery. Struck out By Rhincs, 4; Evaus, 1. Hit -by pitched ball Hocht. Bases on balls Off jtuiiie, 7; off Evan", 5. Attendance 775. Umpire Hurst. Timeofgame 2hoursand 5 minutes. Willi' AND SPUR. Doctor Jones, at 20 tol. came in flrstin the sixth race at Baltimore yesterday Jockeys Graham and Jack Long had col lur bones broken at Battle Creek, Mich , yesterday. OrlnOa.at 12 to 1, captured thcmllerace at Oakley yesterday, defeating The Batch elor, the favorite easily. Marcclla, who won the Missouri Stak of St. Louis on Thursday, was bought a a yearling byJohn Hoffman ror $75. Fnbyterlan. owned by the Elkton.itock farm, won the first race at Schefiield easily yesterday The odds were 3 to 1. Jockey Hueston yesterday had a leg broken at Baltimore by being crowded on the rail. He had the mount on Marksman. "Lucky" Baldwin's racing string, des tined for the Eastern circuit, arrived at toga fronfCallfornin Thursday. The suing numbers fourteen head. At the fourth days' racing of the New mart'ct first Julv meeting yesterday the Lorillanl-Beresford stable's rive-yearold gelding, Dolabra, by Emperor, out of Do linl.n, won an all-aged selling plate of 103 sovereigns. James R. Kceac, last evening at the American horse exi-hange, New York, paid 4,100 for the chestnut colt by imp Meddler-imp. Onomo. Hardy Campbell at the same time purchased a brother to Cen tral Trust for M. F. Dwyer, the price t;e iug $3,20 0. There was trouble at the fair grounds In St. Louis yesterday when Little I Am won the first race The horse showed on the books at 50 to 1. Everybody seemcd to knewthegood thing. and money wentinon her, when the price went to 5 to 1 After a very easy win an Investigation was oulcred and all bets held up. Both owner, F. II. Hnzenfield, and his horse are un known at the track. Judge Murphy says he thinks Little I Am is really Wang. Bozeman. Louis Ezell's Jockey, attempted an old trick on the judges in the mlleand a quarter race at Sheffield yesterday, but failed to get away with it. He was up on Babe Murphy, the favorite, and swinging To Enjoy the 4th of July Sec that your outfit is complete. It is immaterial what your sport or pastime is, you will find something- that will be invalua ble to you in our monster Fourth of July and Vacation Sale that will commence today. BICYCLES. We are offering the best Bicycle bargain of the year, new 1896 Spalding Bicycles, fitted with 1897 tires and 1897 about iu for cycling-, seashore or mountain. The fact that we manufacture all our own clothing- makes it possible for us to offer vou better bargains than anyone else. BICYCLE SUNDRIES We are headquarters for Bicycle Sun dries. Have everything required by the cyclist. The famous Christy Anatomical Saddle will make your vacation trip a pleasure if you are going riding. See that your bicycle is fitted with one. A. Q. SPALDING & BROS., 1013 Pennsylvania Avenue. lntothestretchlookedllke a winner Half way up thstratght old Suilrooscameslroug, collared Murphy, and at the sixteenth pole had her beaten. About a hundred yards from the line Sullross swerved In a bit, i-ot enough, though, to interfere with Murphy's chances. Bozemao, seeing he was beaten, pulled up his mount to lead the Judges to believe he had Itecn crowded into the rence, expt-ctlng to win on a foul. The official", however, got on to his little game and gave the race to Suitress not forgetting to repri mand Bozeman. For Other Sports See Puge 8. FOR RENT COTTAGES. FOR RENT At Washington Grove, Md., a 10-room cottage, completely furnished; 2-story stable and outbuildings: verandas and large side yard; rent, $125 for the sea son. Inquire 1524 9th st. nw. Jy3-3t-eiu FORRENTTirVIew,cnd or Brlghtwood and Takoma electric cars at the house; Hue shade and. lawn; pure water; price reasonable. Jy3-3t-em FOR RENT- 6-rooin cottage, fur., at West Falls Church, Ya., for $12 per month to the right party. Addresser see Mrs M. E. RHODES, West End, Va. Jy3-3t FOH SALE BICYCLES. FOR SALE Warwick bicycle complete; in good condition; price, $15. Call arter 6 p. ru., 28th st. aud Olive ave., A. PEA COCK. it FOR BALE $20 cash buys a '96 Ox ford bicycle, lamp and bell: in fine con dition. Call or address, 1326 Gth st. ?Yj 1 t OK SALE A new $75 high-grade wheel; $40 cash; $50 on time. Call at once. blO 5th st. ne. Jy2-3t-em FOR SALE-RIders, attentionl By order of the dirrerent storage houses we rep resent, I am orferlug all high-grade bi cycles and tandems for ladle and gents nt the greatest attractive slaughtering prices or the year. Advancts made on these goods must be collected, and, there fore, above sacrifices win be made Such high-grade bicycles as Syracuse, Rambler, Columbia, Worlds, etc.. etc., new and slight ly used, will beofrered at this the greatest, bargain sale or the year. Sundries and ports will be sold also, and no reasonable otrer will be rcrused. NEW YORK BI CYCLE CO., 434 9th St. Je27-7t CTirRCH NOTICES. SPIRITUALISM-Wonn's Ilall, 721 6th st. nw.; Mrs. Rowland will hold Sunday evening meeting; questions answered; psy chometric readings. It-cm SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS-Atchurch ou Hthst. ne .betweeu PandC-.thismom-Ing, Sabbath-school at 10 o'clock, preach ing at 11:15; quarterly meeting tomorrow, Sunday evening, at 8; preaching; Elder V.H.Lucas. All are welcome. it EDCCATIOX AT.. BETnEL MILITARY ACADEMY, VIR GINIA. Value, $100,000; located 56 miles rrom Washington in Northern Vir ginia: prepares for advauced study and for business; charges extremely low; patronage from 22 States. Address for illustrated catalogue, R. A. MclNTYRE. near Warrcnton, Va. Je25-26t-eod Christy baddies, at 550 for men's and $60 for women's models. We will "attach to the 1896 Spalding- the Hygienic Cushion Frame device, which makes riding over all kinds of roads a pleasure, for $10 extra. We have a few 1897 Tandems left at $50 each, sold for cash only, fully guaranteed by the maker, and it is a genuine bar gain. BICYCLE CLOTH INC. We are offering-exceptionally fine values today in complete Bicycle Golf Suits inst the kind to knock anscKLLAyEOiis. WHAT have you to exchange for two grey hounds. 619 Va. avc. uw., upstalrs-Jy3-3t-em PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING. Printing BuO cards, 75c ; COO envelopes, 70c.; COO note heads, 70c, COO state ments, 7Cc . binding m.-igail ies, GOc.; miscellaneous books rebound. O. K". WILLI A MM, 61 5 7th St. nw. ICtS-tT TRY uson typewrlterrepalnngMowpricea, quick work aud work guaranteed. Type writer Headquarters and Manufacturers' Agency. Wasiiington. D. C, 1.1U7 F st. nw. BURKET & HEWETT, Agents. jy3-3t VOICE CLLTUKE, Oratory, Kiocution, Ex pression and Drumatic Reading taught. For particulars apply to WM. P. L.HMUH, 310 E. Cap. st. Jy2-3t,em FUR MALE Ice Cream, A no. i, none bet bet; tuc. per gallon. At CACHE'S fac tory, 601 and 603 N. X. ave. Jyu-3t,em PIANO TUNING 1.50; factory expert; drop postal. JAS.R.DURITY,305 12Ui st. se. Jjl-3t-em NOTICE TO BRICKLAYERS If you want frent sand, drop postal to A. B. CLARK & Co., 1237 M st.ne. je30-lCl-em $4.C0 for gent a coat and vest, blue and black tergu, worth $10; all worsted, rose color, double and twist; half-lined pantd to suit, $2; men s alpaca coats rrom $1 up ward; chilu h wash suits. 1'Jc. up; child's wash pants, 2 pairs ror 3Gc, orfice coats, 25c. upward; straw hats, to close out, rrom 25c. up; ladles' and men 'a shoes rrom COc. upward, at 100 J i'a. avc. nw , J w. SELBX a. jeau-oc HEMORRHEDIA will cure your piles; itching, blind, bleeding, or protruding; no kniie. no pain: no detention rron, busi ness", hundreds of testimonials- HEMOR RHEDIA COMPANY, COO 14th st. uw.. WashUigton, D- C. Je27-lmo ROOMS papered In latest styte-s rrom 52 up. C C. SILENCE, 217 U st. ne. Jo27;7t. MY "SWEETHEART CIGARETTE, hand made; to dealers, $3.50 per l.OOo; 100 extra, 33c per 100. To be had at WAL LACE, 030 Uth. st. nw., or 5c per Paclc from all dealers. Je27-7fc THE EXCHANGE AUCTION HOUSE, Na 1331 aud 1333 U st. nw , is now ready to receive your consignments, if you de sire to dispose ot ao personal effects. Call aud see us or send ua a card and we will call on you or send for your goods. Regular sales every Thursday at 10 o'clock for furniture, horses and carriages, har ness. &c , at 12 m. This is one or tuerinest locations in the city for an auction busi ness. We will promise you good prices and quick returns- TUOlUs J.OWEN.Auctloneer J. F. UORBACH, Manager. Je22-im,eia EMKlCU's wood, oak or pine, tpilt or blocks, $3 one-half cord; drop postal. yiv va- ave.te. Jcl2-lmo,em TYPEWRITERS repaired at reduced rates; all high-grade machines bought. sold and exchanged: rented, with privilege ot pur chase. NEWMANS, till Seventh St. Jel5-lm-en ROUUU ORX LAUNDRY-IMc. per dozen; strictly uauu work. 1533 14th st. nw. We propose through this medium to obviate at the homes ot our patrous the unwelcome wash-day; we use only the purest soups and filtered wa'.er plain washing and Ironing, Otic, per dozen. Each perbon's wash done separately. Jel2-lmo FULL DRESS suits tor hire, 1, at JULIUS COHEN'S, 1104 7th st. nw. Je4-tf I WONDER who pays the highest price for gentb cast-off clothing; drop postal. 6AUL BROS., 923 D St. uw. myXC-3mo AT THE Business Office of The Times you will find Window Cards of all de scriptions' Table Board, ' "Furnished or Unturnibued Rooms, '"Lnfurnlshed Looms," "Furnished Rooms, With or Without Hoard, ' "Furnished Rcoms, With Board." "Furnished Rooms- ' Five cents Is tha price of each carJ. ap21-tf FURNITURE moved; !.:rj.t.-t 2-hcrse load, 2.50; l-hor&e loads, $1.25; pianos, $2; furniture packed and shipped; experienced men only. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., 323 4 1-2 st. nw. 1'hone 1'JtiO. mytf-tf BELBY is offering an all-worsted $10 suit ror $7 Co; come quickly if you seed one 1003 Pa. ave. uw. my20-tr-eu COUNTRY BOARD. WANTED-A few boys at a pleasant' country place, goodtaoie;splenold water; 1-2 mile rrom terminus of Wash , Alet and Mount Vernon railroad; terms, mod erate. Fot particulars address MKS. J. L. MONROE, Mount Vernon, on the Potomac, a. JyJ-3t-cui SUMMER- BOARD "in delightful place" among the mountains; plenty off mil, etc. Address JAS. GRUBB, Bolivar, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. lt-em FoR RENT Near Kensington, 7 unfur. rooms; delightrully cool house; aI-o, 3 boys to board; reasonable rales. Address STORE, 13fh and W nw. jy3-3t EDGEWOOD-One mile from Hamilton Having completed all improvements on my houe, including a bathroom, with every convenience found in a city toard iug hou, am ready for city tjoardera. Apply for circular to C. II. FRED A RBOCK VAi, 7U1 7tn St. nw , or Mrs. W." T. ROGERS, Hamilton, Va. jy3-3t GO TOMlRTLEGOTTAGE.lil.x ienshurg Mce eumiuer garden, ;oh1 iiil. best ac commodations. I. J. REAKDJN, Prop. J y 130 u FAIRV1EW FARM-Langdon, D C;B.& O.; prettiest place In District; fine water, large lawns, shade, etc., tullk, cream, vege tables, poultry, fruits, etc., ou rami; closo to station; terms low. Jyl-3t UOARDEKS wanted, by Mrs. Sallie Stone McDonald, formerly Miss Sallie Stone; mineral water, music, boating, rishlng, grove 00 steps rrom house, price. $10 per mon to or $5 per week. Apply SALLLtl STONE McDOALD, Remington, Va. je2B-7C WOODLAWN-Open May 20; pleasanC rooms; healthy location; large grounds; electric bells; gas andartesian water. MRS. IL J. COLLEY, Proprietress, Rockville, Md. Address The Clarendon, Washington. D. O. je27-fm utiKbt, i-AiCR. Rooms una loara. wita home comforts; terms moderate. J. E. LEAMAN. Rockville. Md. Je22-lin-em BUSINESS CHANCES. $17o WILL buy cigar and confectionery store; suitable forlady or gent;low rent. GOVERNME.NT, thlsorrlce. jy3-3t-em FOR SALE-Grocery, 314 12tust.se.; average sales, $30 a day GROCERY, tnls office. Jy3-6trem FOR SALE- Cheap.cigar and confectionery store, doing good business; owner leaving clty. 238 H st. nw. jy3-3t-eni FOR SALE- A sacrifice; grocery and provision store; good trade, stock abouC $15U. 1122 lath st nw. Jy3-3t ATTENTION Dealers in flreworksC 500 cases of firecrackers, at wholesale prices. 3134 M St.. Georgetown. Jy3-3t FOR SALE Cornergrocery.meatand pro x.ivifi uriTi.. iiino s;'7f! :i sacrifice: lo cated 333 11th st. sw.; call and see It. i Jy-3t J FOR SALE Grocery and provision 6tore; located southwest. Address C. P. P., this office Jy2-6t FOR SALE UProcery, 10th and S nw., $050; iuventory,about $800; horse and wagon; ice box, safe, etc.; make offer. BUS.EXCH..018F. Jyl-3t FOR SALE Fine lunchroom; best location; ooing gcou Dusiness; cueup. uai-uctv-C1AL, 610 F nw. Jyl-3C FOR SALE Fine grocery; selliug $2,000 worth of goods a month; price, $1,000 COMMERCIAL, 010 F nw. Jyl-3t FOR SALE Bargain store,contalnlng$50 in notions, cigars and confectionery; full line or Hreworks; fine showcases and fix tures; rent, 310; price, $40U if sold at once COMMERCIAL.10 F uw. Jyl-3C FOR iTALE A small grocery and rnilk! dairy, at a reaxHiublu ligurc 520 7tn at. ae. jyl-36 FOR SALE Drug store and rixtiires. No. 2U1 l'a.ave.nw. C L. TREVITTundJ. H JOHNSTON, Assignees, 505 E st. nw. Jyl-3C FOR SALE Saloon; 7th nw.,at Inventory, $1,500; half cash; cabinet oak fixtures; $500 stock; dally sales about $25. BUS. EX.CU., 9 IB V. Jyl-3t WANTED For cash buyers, saloons, lunca rooms, groceries, cigar stores, livery stables, etc.; no publicity. Ft'LTON R. GORDON, BUS. EXC11.. 918 F. JyljB FOR SALE Aly business; confectionery" and ice cream. 922 9th st. nw.; no reasonable offer refused. Je20-7t-cm FOR SALE Confectionery, ice cream sa loon, and cigar store. 825 4 1-2 st. sw. Je29-5C WANTED All ladlcssuffcrlng from pile to send to orrice of UEMoRkHMUA COMPANY, 609 14th st. nw., and get; package of Hemorrhedia; all forms of pues cured, whether ltchlug, blind, bleeding, or protruding; no pain; treatment taken at your home- Je27-lmb VVTJED-BOARDERS. I WANTED Ucntleman boarders at Rose Cottage In a private, refined family; good taole, with nomecomfoits; terms mod erate; only short distance riom cais; Eagle Gate. Soldiers Home. Address or com Koso Cottage. "Wcodburn, Terra Cotta, l)-t;,. care of- Kelly & Bro. Jy2-3C A,