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THE WASHETGTO TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895.
WILL NOT ORDER A STRIKE
Protective Street Railway Union
He Tried Many Doctors and Eeme-
dies Without SuccessHe Called
on Dr. Walker and Is
Ham's Horse Went Down and the
Jockey Was Thrown.
618 SEYMTH STREET H.W.
If the Jtfen Decide to Go Out Upon
Their Own .Motion the Union
Will Support Them.
FAVORITES WERE WINNERS
Anything in the entire store
ONE-HALF OFF marked
prices. Open at S o'clock.
Wo shan't disappoint any
body this time. We shall be
open and ready on time.
15c Wbtak reB6 OO
5c Wash Hags , I UU
10c Aiamaeta Ju
10c Peliite awl Ginghams Ju
tl and Jl.M Child's Muslin Slips rn
aud Jk-awAd . .. UUu
25c Children's Mull Caps Oil
5c Ladlob' Handkerchiefs 2U
25c Scarfs, Tecks and Four-ln- ( n ft
hands, good prUtoriiB....- Uu
15c Linon Cellars, all stylos and rn
15c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
II ESFfl B BfiFfiE?yWBlH
818 Seventh Street H. W.
BLOOMERS WON THE RACE
Ladies Pedal the Pneumatic and
Johnson Breaks a Eecord.
Letters and Brawn Join Bunds In a
Bieyolo Curnial "Where Judges
Tnvor Xcw "Woman Costumes.
Walthsro. Mass.. July 4 Six thousand
people witnessed the athletic carnival at
the Walthara bicycle track to-day, under the
auspices ot tlie Emmet Literary Associa
tion and the Walt bam BJcycle Club.
The events -were especially noteworthy, be
cause of the appearance of Johnson, Tyler
and Banger in a professional race for $1 ,000
and also because of a contest between sev
eral women for a pnze to be given to the
one having the most approved female bicj cle
costume, the latter event being the first of
its kind ever held.
In the professional race, Johnson broke
tb6 world's competitive record for a mile
standing start, making the mile in 1:58 3-5.
This rae was run in two heats, Johnson won
the first in 2:00 2-5, finishing three lengths
ahpad of Sanger, who, in turn, crossed the
lap about six lengths ahead of Tyler.
In the second and final neat Tyler
flunked at the half and threw out Banger.
Neither rmished, but Johnson, following
pace-makers on a "quad," kept on, cross
ing the lap in one minute and Jifty-eight and
three-fifth seconds amid cheers from the
multitude of spectators.
The contest for the bicycle costumes was
intensely interesting, as the verdict of
the judges has been expected to, In a way,
decide the question or preference between
bloomers and knickerbockers and skirts,
long or Miort.
In the awarding of the prizes, bloomers,
the closer knickerbockers and febort skirts
w n. The long skirt found no approbation.
The winners in order Kitty Knox,M. G.
Costella, both of Boston, and L. Kimball.
Miss Knox wore bloomers, sack coat, an
ordinary bicycle cap, and gaiters.
Miss Costella, a fchort skirt, leggitgs, short
coat.and a straw tourist bat, and Mies
Kimball, knickerbockers, Eaton jacket, no
raitcrs, Tani O'Shanter hat, and a sash.
Borne or the women in the grand stand
showed their disapproval or the bloonierand
Tmickertjocker cofctuines by roundly hissing
Chftso Republican Club Organized.
Citizens of Tennalljtown, under the di
rection of Mr. James H. Myers, met last
night and organized a Republican club,
to be known as the Chase Club. The mem
bership of this organization will embrace
about 3 00 young men. and it is the de
clared purple to organize, under its
auspices, auxiliary clubs throughout the
District A reception to Mr Chase is to
be hereafter arranged fov at the next
meeting t be held witiiin a week.
American Soeuritr & Trust Co , 1405 G at.
This company has abundance of MONEY TO
LOAN on real estate and collateral securities,
such as Flocks, bonds, etc., at the prevailing
rates of Interest in sums to suit If you have,
unincumbered and unimproved land and do
giro to build a homo this company will loan you
American Security and
Trust Co., 1405 G St.
C. J. BELL, President
and others whose occupations prevent
them from making deposits during
regular banking hours willfiud it con
venient to visit the
Union Savings Bank, 1222 FSt.N.W.
which IB open EVERY SATURDAY
NIGHT bet ween the hoursor 6 and8.
(Four per cent, interest on savlngi
W. F. BELLEN.
W. H. BEMPSEY.
E fi i OU1IU11 W UUEI
Stocks, Bonds, Grain and Provisions.
1319 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Constant Quotations. l& Commission
SiLSBY & COMPANY,
Mew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington.
LOCAL OFFICES: Met Bant Building, 7ta & F Sti , 7th St & Pa. Ave. Long Dlst. 'Phons, 533
There will be no strike ordered ou the
Auaoobtia load by the Protective Street
Railway Uniou, (hat organization having
B decided upon the grounds that it has
no authority to Issue the order.
The demand upou the company for an
increase of pay has been left entirely with,
the employes of that road for adjustment,
ami "whatever action they may take after
consultation and duo consideration, will
1e sustained by the union, and the men will
receive it 8 (support. If a strike should occur
it wilt be the voluntary act of thosedirectly
iutorested, and, with the understanding
that it i8 the last resort, they will have
the aid, financially and otherwiee, of the
A committee has been appointed, com
posed exclusively of Anacoatiu road em
ployes, charged with the duty of making a
final appeal for the advauce. Should it
be refused, the matter will then be con
sidered by the men and a decision an
nounced. From what was said by those who at
tended the union meeting Inst night it is
believed that the general sentiment of the
Annocstia men js opposed to a strike,
but they bjwnk with a good deal of feeling
of the adverse results of the most recent
erfort to have their wages talsed to $1.50
a day, the request of the committee having
being met with a positive refusal.
The einplojcs refer to the fact that
President Griswold's rejection of their
demand was accompanied by the statement
that the company is losing 58,000 per
year, yet when there was talk or having a
receiver appointed Mr. Gnswold made oath
to Hie effect that the road was being run
on a profitable basis. They contrast
these two statements, and then cite that
a man worked Tour days on the road, and
when he got his pay envelope he found
that it contained but $2.C0, the balance
of $2 due hlru having been withheld for
They also allege that Mr Gnswold
lias admitted to (hem that his company is
liable to a fine of $25 a day for running its
cars without a conductor, and that even
with this economy lie professes to be
unable to pay living wages, while in court
he has said that his road is earning profits
The uni'in sjmpathizes with the men
under thege circumstances and will give
them ins indorsement in whatever action
they may decide to take.
The union elected five delegates last
night to represent it in the Federation of
Labor lor the ensuing six months They
were F M Dent, James Trainer, F M.
Hawkins, J Herbert and L II McMillan.
Mr. Dent was elected financial secre
tary, to succeed M Casey, who resigned,
and Mr Casey was transferred to the executive-committee
in place of Dent
The resultbof the meeting held in Ana
costia last Saturday night were reported
to the union by the executive committee
The union took no action concerning the
difficulty on the Columbia road
PERFECTED ALL TIIEIIl PLANS.
Boston Committee Bendy for the
Christian Endeavor Delegates.
(Special to The Times.)
Boston. Mass., July 3. Within six days
the rourtecnth international Christian En
deavorconventionwlllmeetinBoston.Mass., it is expected rully 50,000 strong; in Tact,
reports would seem to promise a largernum
berthnu this will bcinattendance. The com
mittee or arrangements have perrected all
their plans for welcoming and entertain
ing the guests; the citizens of Boston nave
heartily entered into all their plans, and
will decorate the city profusely: the city
government has ordered that every possible
courtesy beexteudedtothevisiting thousands
and in every way this convention bids fair
to exceed in widespread religious en
thusiasm ally convention ever previously
Therollowing is the estimate of excursion
managers as to the number of delegates
coming. The reports are not definite, as
the numbers are likely to be increased. In
previous yenrs excursion managers have
sold as many tickets the last week before
the convention as at any time previous.
Alabama, 40; Arkansas, 100; California,
100 to 300; Colorado, 75; Connecticut,
2,000; Delaware, 100; District of Co
lumbia, 400; Florida, 75; Georgia, 75;
Illinois, 2,000; Indiana, 1,000; Iowa, 500;
Maine, 1,000; Maryland, 300; Massa
chusetts, 25,000; Minnesota, 500; Mis
souri, 500; Nebraska, 200; New Jersey,
1 ,500; New York, 3,000; North Dakota, 1 5;
Ohio, 1,500; Fennsjlvnnia, 2,000; Prince
Edward's Island, 120; Rhode Island, 500;
Tennessee, 300; Texas, 300; "Vermont, 500;
Virginia, 200; "Wisconsin, 1,000; and Wett
Virginia, 150; total, 44,000.
A medical corps has been formed by many
prominent Boston physicians, who will be
m attendance at the various meetings, to
provide for the delegates in case of sudden
During the convention special efforts will
be made by the papers to give full and
complete reports, and delegates will have
no cause to complain for lack of material
to make up their reports.
Correspondence has pasEed between the
United Society and the United States gov
ernment officials relative to having two
ships or the North Atlantic squadron pres
ent in Boston Harbor at the time or the
convention, in order that the Eailors on the
vessels, both of which have Christian En
deavor societies, may attend the convention,
and that the delegates to Boston may have
an opportunity to inspect some of Uncle
Sam's war vcsfcIs. Secretary Herbert has
replied that while no arrangements can yet
be definitely made, it is quite possible that
the request may be complied with.
Police Items of All Sorts.
Officer McDonald, of the Second precinct,
last evening raided a crowd of crap
shooters on O street and captured Robert
Reed and Henry Hincr.
Thomas Wells, of No. 1612 Corcoran
street northwest, yesterday reported to
the Third precinct police station that his
rear shed had been broken Into and a
grass mower and valise valued at $6
Robert Dawson, colored, was locked
up in tho Eighth precinct police station
by Officer Barrett last night on the charge
of threatening to do bodily harm to h's
A fire in No. 1000 S street northwest,
the residence of William L. Matthew,
did about $15 damage last night. The
origin is unknown.
Bitten by n Bull Dos.
William Lancaster, a small boy, living
on New Jersey avenue northwest, had his
hand badly lacerated about 9 o'clock
las tnight by a bull dog. The boy's wounds
were dressed at the Emergency Hospital.
Only Eight Hours From Washington.
A cool rammer resort and perfect sani
tarium, 2.G00 feet above sea-level. The
hotels, cottages, bathhouses, casino, etc,
form the most complete establishment in
America. Vcstibuled trains leave Wash
ington via Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
2:25 p. m. and 11-10 p. m. dally. Special
Hot Springs sleeper on night train week
days. Apply C. and O. offices, 513 and
14.21 Pennsylvania avenue.
Mr. John Ball, of 027 L street north
east, a btraightrorwnrd gentleman, a
slate-roofer by trade, in an interview a
few days ago said: "I have suffered for
fifteen years with a terrible ulcer on my
lett arm, extending from above the elbow
almost to the wrist. My blood was im
pure, and l tried many doctors aud all
the patent remedies that I ever heard of.
The bone at the elbow joint was almost
protruding, and there was Imminent dan
ger or my losing the use or my arm en
tirely. In this condition I went to Dr.
Walker two weeks ago. Now, arter two
weeks' treatment, my arm is almost well,
my blood is in good condition, and my
health is perfect. But for Dr. Walker I
might have been a helpless cripple, or
have lost my life."
This'-is but another added to that long
list or afflicted persons who have con
sulted Dr Walker and been cured If
he can cure all these lie can cure you.
Young or middle-aged men suffering
from the effects of their own follies, vices,
or excesses, or men contemplating mar
riage, who are conscious or any impedi
ment or disqualification, or those who
feel their youthful vigor and power de
clining, 6houid consult Dr. Walker, .who
has been the means of restoring hundreds
of such unfortunates to health, strength,
His well-known sanitarium, at 1411 Penn
sylvania avenue, adjoining Willard's Hotel,
isopendaily forconsultatlonand treatment
Office hours, 10 am to 5 p. m.; Wed
nesday and Saturday eveniDgs. 7 to
8; Sundays, 10 to 12.
HOW WILLIE SPENT THE DAY.
1 Won't Harry be frightened to death
when he receives this imitation sky
rocket by mail?
2 Doesn't it look natural, and won't he
3 Officer Coom to th' station-house, will
yez, fer trying ter blow up th' mail box.
i dA. -6
4 And now he wonders where the joke
Syracuse 8; Toronto, 0.
Rochester, 9; Buffalo, 3.
Carbaudale (first game), 4; Hazelton, 2.
Carboudale (second game), 8; Hazel
Pottsville, 28; Reading, 13.
Scrauton, 6; Wilkcsbarre, 8.
Wilkesbarre, 3; Scrauton, 2.
Atlanta, 2; Little Rock, 7.
Nashville (first game), 12; New Or
Nashville (second game), 9; New Or
Richmond (first game), 0; Roanoke, 3.
Richmond (second game), 9; Roanoke, 6.
Spend Sunday in the Country.
During the summer the B. & O. R. R. Com
pany will sell excursion tickets at one fare
for all trains, Saturdays and Sundays, to
Charlestowii, W. Va., Annapolis Junction,
Md., and all intermediate points. Tickets
good returning until Monday.
Bookmakers Nearly Went Broke and.
the Talent Coined Money on "Heavily
Played Choices $lhi Buwsor Gal
loped Away From r Sir William.
, Ca tech If, iii's Easy 'victory.
Those who spent tfjeljourth -it the St.
Asaph track not only spent a pleasant,
cool afternoon, but most of them went
home with pockets jfuu of lucre. Tho
bookmakers did not nave" luck come their
way, and as a couscdueice four ravorltos
aud a heavily played' second choico were
first past the wire. ,
Contrary to expectations, only nine
gentlemen of odds put up their slates, and
they weie insufficient, as. the holiday crowd
could not bet their money fast enough. By
the time, however, that three straight
favorites crossed the plate the bookies
fft'K! not as anxious to lay up against the
good things as they were when the game
During the early part or the afternoon
the track was fairly good, being dry on
top, but after it had rained awhile it be
came very bad aud was slippery as well
IN VERY BAD SHAPE.
The unsafe condition of tho track again
came near resulting in a fatal accident.
For the first time the mishap did not
occur on the portion where so many horses
have gone down. It happened on the first
Willie Ham Was the one to witter, his
mount, Lnray, turning completely over.
By the greatest good luck in the world Ham
was not seriously hurt, but received a
shaking up that will keep him out or the
saddle for some days.
Miss Bowser again demonstrated what a
good filly she is by simply galloping away
from SirjWilliam, a hair mile in .49 1-2.
Sir William wasorr in front but she had him
tiptoeing before a rurlong had been run and
drawing away swung into the stretch away
out in frout. She easily maintained her
lead -and won without much effort.
Catechism bad an e.isy thing of It in the
opening race, going to the post at 9 to 10
and winning easily by three lengths.
LOWERED HIS COLORS.
Sir William was .i 3 to 5 favorite in
the two-year-old race, but at no time had
a look In. Miss Bowser won all the way,
finishing three lengths before Beckett's
Owing to the bad start that Jessie Taral
got the last time 6he started, her chances
yesterday looked particularly rosy,
and she closed a -l to 5 choice.
Dolehaniy got off In front with her, and
taking a commanding lead, won easily by
two lengths from Caroven, with Mrs.
In the mile event Cheddar was allowed to
make the running to the far turn, where
Morris moved up with Mirage, and from
there on It-was no race at all, the latter
winning trom Archbishop, who came very
fast in the stretch.
After Luray had gone down, and the
field was straightened out in the back
6t retell, Hippona took the lead, aud won
from India Rubber.
The closing race went to another favor
ite, Johnny F. being the one to do the trick.
N'omo was an indifferent second after lead
ing all the way.
Results at St. Avapli.
Weather clear. Track sIqtvC
07ft First race. Sis' and one-half furlongs.
S' -'-Selling: l'jirse, 150 Time, l:C-5
Ind. flo'rso&Wt. 'St' j Jl Tin. .Posy Bt.'
-310 Cntcchism.lOG 1 lj.l-s n AMo'relMO
-'57 1'ir'to Ch'f,107 2 2W 'jy, 2 Delehanty S
e;3) Otto, 111 . I Z(. 3i. 3L V Morris G
311 Columbus,107 5 5 4 4 Wnshb'rn 7
SCO Irisn Pat. lOd 3 4 5 5 T. Wood 15
JI0 Wanu, 110.... C 6 6 I! Clare 20
asa Myrtle It, 105. S B 7 7 Ham 50
224 KinKBird.113 7 7 8 8 Fit'sim'ns30
Start eocd. Won easily ,,
OQfl Socond raco. OnKhalf mile. Soiling
-OU Putso, S150. TimoO$
Ind. Boreo ,fc Wt St 4 St Fin. J'ckv. Ci.
2CS M's Uowser.103 2 is 1 4 1! Wslibrn 2
"339 Sir Win , 107... 1 2 SS 2$ Murphy 3-5
26S Carpenter, 103. 4 3 3 3 Zeller 10
323 Yiig Griffo,105. 3 114 Ham SO
Start good. Won galloping.
QQ1 Third raco Four and one-half furlongs.
401 Soiling l'urso, 15J. 1 imo, 0.57';$
Ind. Horao Si Wt St ki St Fin. JocV'v Bt
263 Jessie Taral, 103 1 lu 19-, ! Deloh'y 1-5
-T1 uarovon, 10. ... 3 a z- i& nam 4
2G3 Mrs. btow.irt,105 G 5 4 3h Washb'n 3
320 ImpSaant,105. 2 21 3 4 Murphy 30
'(333) Jowsllarp. 101 . 5 4 5 5 Duffy 20
212 Cashmere, -Jti... 8 8 8 B Strait 100
Conda, 110. 4 C 6 7 W.Mor's 40
2G3 Trosnor, 103 ... 7 7 7 8 Carter 50
Start good. A on easily.
OQO Fourth raco. One mile. Selling. Purso,
404 $150 Thno 1:44.
Ind. Horao S: Wt. St 4 St Fin .T'cky. Bt
259 Mirage, 112 ...3 2'- lh. l'J W.M'risl-5
275 Archbishop, 113 2 4 3 2i Fltz'm'ns 4
(2B1) Cheddar. 10'J.. 1 lh 2-13 Murphy 0
200 Geo. Hakes, 109 5 5 5 4 Noel 0
(207) The Snake, 103. I 3 4 5 Wahbrn. 8
(25.J) VnnUjko, 10U.. 7 7 7 6 Carter 100
270 Lawrence, 112.. 0 0 6 7 T Wood CO
34G Cap. Bob, 9b... 8 8 8 8 Recks 100
Start good Won easily
OQ1 Fifth race Six and one-half furlongs.
00 Selling. Purso, 150 Tlmo, 1:25
Ind. Horse Sz Wt St hi St Fin. J'ck'y Bt
312 Hipponn, 103.... 2 1V$U,1 Carson 5-2
ail India Rubb'r.110 5 5 4 21 D:?ycr 11-5
(260) Minnesota, 110.. 3 3 3 3 Mcriick 20
(2C0)Dotiolt,107 A 2 214 Murphy 4
272 Blk Beauty, 103. 6 0 5 5 Ncol 20
341) Colu'bus, Jr., 110 8 4 6 G Yottcr 15
272 Caraccus, 107.... 7 7 7 7 Rocks 20
272 Luray, 105 1 felL Bam 1
Start good Won easily.
OGA Sixth raco Maidor.s. Fivo furlongs
4,T' Purso, $150. Time, 1:03.
Ind. Horso & Wt. St 4"St Fin. .loc'ky Bt.
334 Johnny F., 112.. 4 2"- 2.11. Yottor 7-5
212 Nemo, 113 1 13. ljj 2f Hogan 0
225 GoorgioR.,115.,10 10 G 3h Morrick 6
311 Zamacraw, 112.. 8 7 5 4 LilanU SO
285 Putnam, 115.... 3 4 4 5 Crow 15
116 Tolao, 112 6 6 8 6 Wright 10
321 Paymastor, 115.12 12 9 7 W00J 0
223 Bonneville, 112.. 2 3. 3h"8 Nool 6
34G Pom. Bolle.llO.. 5 5 7 9 Washb'n 10
sa Simaron, 116.. . 9 9 iu 10 Coleman 0
315 Lilly B., 110 7 8 11 11 Zellcr 10
255 Longaword, 115.11 11 12 12 Fitzs'ns 20
Start poor. Won handily.
Refers to Alexamlor Island series.
To-day's Entries at. Brighton.
New York, July 4. Entriesfor to-morrow
First race Five furlongs; selling. Hurl
ingham, 117; Ameer, 115; Derrargilla,
110; Lord Hawkstone, Drum Major, and
Factotum, 105 each; Ridicule, 103; Ina, 93,
and Wah Jim, 114.
Second race Two-year-olds; selling; five
furlongs. Bessie Browning, 108; Baccarat,
107; Tenderness, 103; Onalaska, 102;
Emotional, 100; Forseus and Glenduine
gelding, 98 each, and Premier, 113.
Third race Maiden three-year-olds; one
mile. The Swain and Pitfall, 115 each;
By Gordons and Escape, 112 each, and
Fourth race Mile and one-sixteenth.
Mat Byrnes, 119; Captain T., 117; Sister
Mary, HG.and Sir Excess, 115.
Fifth race One mile, and one-eighth;
selling. Dally America, 114, and Paladin
and Prig, 104 each. -
Sixth race One mile. Harry Alonzo,
TomSkldmore, and Charade, 117 each; Ed
and Salonica ,114 each;.3olden Gate and
Doggett, 102 each, and Gutta Percha, 97.
Cnpt. Jaeger III.
Capt. George Jaeger, of the Pension
Ofrice team, is seriously HI at his home,
and this probably accounts ror the non
appearance or the Pensioners on the field
at National Park yesterday. They were
advertised to play the W. L. I. nine, but
the game was declared forfeited to the
Steamer Macalester to Marshall Hall and
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To-dny's Entries at Alexander Island.
First Race Five-eighths mile. Selling.
Ind. Horso. Wt.lnd. Horso. Wt.
314R. F. Dee ..105 275 Anxiety .. ..102
254PickaAvay.. 102 283 Luray .. .. 100
341 Bolivar .. .. 102 338 Venusburg ..100
261McKeever.. 102 (243) Julia L. ..100
279 Columbus .. 102 314 Saginaw. ...102
344 Headlight.. 105
Second Race Six and one-fourth furlongs.
Ind. Horse. Wt.lnd. Horso. Wt.
263 Sharon .. .. 110263 Brogan .. .. 110
272Traleo .. .. 110 333 Irene 110
338 Classic .. .. 110 243 Allen L. .. 110
326 Thackeray.. 110 263 Ida R 110
342 Bronston .. 110 221 OTIearn.. .. 100
Third Race Seven-eighths mile. Selling.
Ind. Horso. "Wt.lnd. Horse. Wt.
338 Old Pepper 115 278 Samaritan ..112
336Woodcho'r 115 335 Half Breed 112
337Poraltor....ll5 347 Thiers L. .. 112
348 Littlo Bravollo 348 Wyoming.. ..112
347 Tiny Tim ..115 336 Ma3.MNultyll2
267 Vagabond.. 115 327 Belwood .. ..112
347 Glenall .. ..112
Fourth Baco -One-halt mile. Two-year-olds.
Ind. Horso. Wt.lnd. Horso. Wt.
280 Sir William 112 219 Bob 100
Clanna .. ..109 "274 Giggle .. .. 100
345 Irish H. .. 106
Fifth Race Fivo furlongs.
Ind. Horso. Wt.lnd. Horse. Wt.
342 Blue Bird 105 336 Elmstono .. 105
264Jersoy .. ..105 316 Duke of Firel02
344 Watch C'mlOS 344 Kent'y LadylOO
(277)J. Lovell ..105 (344)SonMalheurl00
330 Traitor ....105
Sixth Race Six audone-half 'furlongs.
Ind. Horso. Wt.lnd. Horso. Wt.
349 Kazan .. ..110 322 Marguerite.. 105
217 Plenty 107 (349)Tancred .. .. 97
(336)Fagin 107 (331)Rosita .. .. 95
831 May Win ..107
Refers to St. Asaph series.
First Bace Pickaway, Venusburg, Julia
Second Eace P.ronston, Tralce, Thack
eray. Third Race Woodchopper, Glenall, Old
Fourth Race Sir William, Bob, Irish H.
Fifth Race Son'Malheur, Duke of Fier,
Sixth Race Tancred, Rosita, Kazan.
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Dist. Com 5 1 833
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Pen. Office 3 2 600
A. and N 8 3 500
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COHBETT AKD JACKSON".
They Fought Six Rounds in Barefoot
The Corhett-Jacksou fight has at last
come off, but not In the 6pacious ring of
the New Orleans Crescent Club.
Tho scene of conflict was In Barefoot
alley last night, and the contestants were
not Peter and Jim. Finger nails and
bare fists were also used Instead of the
regulation hard glove.
Thoso who fought now He in cells In No.
8 police 6tation, and their names, as shown
on the blotter are Lizzie Corbctt and Irene
Jackson, dusky maids from' the alley, and
the charge remains affray.
Misses Corbett aud Jackson when dis
covered by Officer Joe Toe were engaged
In a set-to of six rounds, with about fifty
seconds and spectators. No ring was roped
ofr, but the small -alley limited the light
Yells of "go for her, Jackson," and
"whack tier, Corbett," could be heard.
Wool was flying in the fifth round, when
Too came up and decided at once that
G Sis. N. W.,
i too many fouls were being maue on eaca
This morning Judge Miller will decldo
on the Corbctt-Jackson contest, which sif
far seems a draw.
Columnist's Did Not Go.
Tho junior eight-oared crew of the Co
luiubia Athletic Club, entered InthcPeople'3
regatta, held at Philadelphia yesterday,
did not make tho trip for the reason that
during tho week one member ot the crew
round it necessary to leave the city, and
another went out of training. This very
much crippled the crew and. the time la
which to properly prepare the substitutes
being too short, Capt. Baker decided noc
to take the crow over, preferring to forego
the pleasure rather than make a poor show
ing In so important an event as that ot year
$l.25.To Baltimore andRettirn.S1.2 5".
The Pennsylvania Railroad win sell,
Saturday, July 6, and Sunday, July 7, good
returning until Monday, the 8th, excur
sion tickets to Baltimore at rate ot Sl.25,