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the MoiiNTsra times, Wednesday, juje 10, isog.
8 "North Pole" Clotlies from now until September. See our "thin" Serges, -Linens, &c. Parker, Bridget & Co.. ' 315 Seventh Street. i(fTiiitirTir(ifniitiiinifriiiiifiiimiatiiftiTi ft Past Brookland ? through quiet p Maryland lanes, & amid perfect rn- 9 ral scenery lies the road to the fe RAM'S HORH W 1HH, a ty;lcal p roadhense of ye r olden time. There Is no pleasanter j drive around Washington, and the g distance is tut five miles. fe ?TS7,P"v'il?'"iy!'5te, GSOSSSSSSsiSSSST. 33G5SS355Q CREDENDA BICYCLES. 560 cash. 65 on installments. $10 down and $5 per month. A. Tappan, 1013 Pa. Ave. iriferSs ; A -wheel that is manifestly AKKM perieci speea aurauuiiy KFlBI Hphtness strength and ENTERPRISE CTCLE CO.. A j 010-ei iin si. 11. w S Joiiv "U ohim il Ju v;Rr B 15 G& S-C o - p --Q &-9& fc&VIKING 5roke the World's Record at Roch ester May 26 5 Miles in 8:21. The VIKIEG Is the most perfect of Bicy cles. P. Yon BoecMn. 1810 14lhbUN. IV $65 and 575 buys the OVERLAND ! 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Lace Cur- tains and Floor Coverings, too, X we do up in best possible shape. f TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY, Sixth and C Streets H. W. S ? ShSxSxxSxSxSS-SS S5SxSx fE5Eg2gSSLSgiatS38g& WHY ROAST? oi.i6elf to death ocr a hot coal Hie rookiuc; the meals in summer, R when b using Coke instead jou R can cook m comfort? jft Tlie onI fuel for summer cook- hf in?. Xo dirt or cllnkeis toMorry 65 j on. Trj it. Pclivered anywheic. M Z0 for 40 hu-hels, uncruMtcd. g SJ.70 lot 0 bushels crushed. Washington Gaslight Co., 413 Tenth Sti cet X. W or WM. J. ZEH, B 02G X Street. 'Phono 470. E g'?agytretqsia?prTMr-1 8 0 811 GSS3 f f t f SSi SS02 i took its mm Local Diamond Was -Flooded by the Hard Dzwnpour. MAWY LADIES DISAPPOINTED Capt. Anson'M Kind limitation Tliis Will He X.udles' Day at the Park "With -Muhlc Maul or Mercer "Will Pitch and a L.arj;e Crow d Ik J'x pecti'd to He Thoie. Cleveland 25 Baltimore 26 Cincinnati 27 Philadslphia... 26 13 .658 15 .634 17 .614 18 .591 18 .561 19 .525 21 .500 23 .477 21 .475 24 .442 29 .310 32 .220 Boslon WastiiLgion-. 'jBrooklyn Chicago 23 21 21 21 Pittsburg 19 New York 19 St. Louis 13 Louisville... 9 Yosterday'H Results. Washington Chicago rutu. Boston 0. St. Lout 5. Philadelphia 1, Cleveland 0. Brooklyn 5, riittiurK 1. New ork 7, Cincinnati 5. Baltimore-Louis iiU ram Gamer Today.. Chicago at Washington. Clinc'iand at rmlauclpliia rnttiurg at Brookln. Cinciiiiiatl at New York St Loui-5 nt Boston Louibilic at Baltimore. Uncle Anon, in mow or Ins experience with the senators Monday atternron. did not call Bridget" lioiiolme's, race into Kerice jebterdaj as a nniscot agamst the ram lucli tin eatened National I'ark alan earl hour alter lunch Uncle Kept his catcher with the strong outlined Hibernian iitijMOgnoinj imdercoer until the clouds began to leak in earnest and then Bridget suijed under as. iiiuthuj lorte of circumstances as lie did of bib ov, u accord Nothing, not even Donohue h race, rould liae btopped the Mood that had welled up in the west and thai took a notion to bap tize Washington about 1 o'clock A liile not exacil a i loud burst, it was a dreiu her nod a dow'npo'ir that barf led umbrellas and made rubber coals weep. Under the scouting the diamond was con verted into a "World's Tair lagconamloiiU ducks and Paul BoMitons could iiaephoed ball, or rather water polo, on t he swimming sward. BUT THG -COLTS WERE THERE. Xotwithstaudling the unfavorable out look. Uncle Anse and his Colts were pres cnt the covered chariots that he alwajs uses in transporting bis "freight" Irom hotel to park saving them from a wetting from the showers thai fell en route. The Senators uniformed ror play, but hj the time tl.ev hail buckled their belts an i tied tfieirshoes it was evident ihatno gun" could be plaved The bos looked at fie descending torrents ruefully and as m.ldl;. aspossible cussed theirluckoverthelosso! a game thci were confident of winning V. Inn the hour of hair past 4 was past and there was no sign of a let up. the rain coming .n torrci.ts at the tune, tic Senators removed their field attire and rehabilitated themselves in the l eat and nattj 'trcet cl' tli's that h ve caused then to be rmirkd it iinme and abroad as the best dressed club in the League. Just bow m.iiij l.uhes would Imp passe 1 through the gitesor the park vesterdav wdl alwajs remain a matter of conjecture II is safe to sav. however, tint .ill previoi, records would luve been broken LADIES BARED THE CLOUDS Though the ram was falling in sheets and no promise hardlj of a cessation. as mani as a thousand fair fans tnol chances on the weather and their prrtlv collies that thev might ste the Scnatursr take a second fall out or Anson's famous Colts It the weather nan's e.irs didn't bum he certamli had them swathed m cotton bandages steeped in sweet oil UlieeMcratioiis leiniunu that werehurie! at him bv maid and mation had a sting In everj word and a hot iron in everj sentence. "The mean old thing," said hundreds of voices in a high I.e., "keeps back ids old ram until Indies' dav and then opens the valves He should drown: indeed he should " Then .thej would hoist their skirts daintily and look daggers at the clouds and ever. tiling clse. -Mr Wagner is a wisp man in his dm and generation He knows his business He knows that the aerage man likes baseball and he is also aware that the average mortal of the masculine gender likes ti e ladies; and the ladies IiVe music As Sherlock Holmes would have said be fore Coiian Dovle killed him, now for a deduction Mr Wagner iurniRlus the baseball, provides the ladles with Tres passes and hires u band result, plei.tv of men at fiflv and sevenU fie cents per head. Great philosopher, "that Air W.iir ner See? When Cant AtKon arrived at the grounds he walked up the chute and found a soft scat on a grand stand "sora' alongside or Gus Sclmielz Though the wind was blowing cool it didn't take lo.ig for Gus and Anse to get to "fanning " Both cussed and discussed the ram from different standpoints. Gus stoutlj averred that the bad afternoon prevented the Senators rrom making it two straight and Uncle was as positive that Chicago was robbed or a sure thing Then they phil osophized ove rbaseball in general until a sudden ch inge in the wind si ot a shower athwarttheirbacksandtlieuthevstoleabnse toward theconteror the grandstand The same gust that moved Anse rurthcr down in the pavilion retched a verv clever looking bevy orjoungladies Into the vis-.i-v is or the greatest of all living field athletes and the girls did not hesitate m getting on good terms with "Pop " Evidentlv on the idea that" Pop" was a privileged character, they only waited for him to make an opening and then the CAR BE CURED. An pen Letter Dr. Georg-e V. rischer, 617 14th St., N. W. Dear Sir : "I have used two and one-half bottles of your CATARRH CD RE on my daughter who has suffered for four years from Ca tarrh. Her continual snuffing; and hawking was pitiful. The third day after using your cure her complexion began to clear and she was brighter. In con junction her hearing and voice was im pairedthat is now entirely obliterated. I have tested this medicine thoroughly, and am convinced that it will alleviate and cure suffei ing humanity from this most disgusting and terrible disease. The manner in which it clears the nasal passages will convince the most skeptical as to Its merits." Yours, etc., J. C. YATES. 1521 9 th St. N.W. This Sovcieiii Cuio is for sale bv .ill ilinj:Sists:ind nt ofilce, G17 14tU St. X. XV. SSBS Cat arrh onth ALL DISEASES, It Coversull Treatment and All Medicines Not One Penny More Will Allow any or his patients to pay, no mat ter how troublesome the case may be; no matter how costly the medicine is. Young or middle-aged men suffering rrom the ei fects of theii own rolhes, vices or excesses, or men contemplating maniage, who are conscious or an j impediment or disqualirica tiou, or those who itel their jouthiul vigci and power declining shall consult Dr Walker at once at his Sanitarium, 1411 Penusjlvania avenue Bailj, 10 to 5; Mon day, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturdav evenings, from 7 to S; Sunday, 10 to Jii All interviews and correspondence strict! confidential No eases published wathout consent of patients. talked to him as if they had known him always. SHE WAS BISAPPOINTED. Theleaderorthelittlebevyorbeaut,who was a petite darkened, dark-haired miss or sixteen or thereabouts, berated the weather learrully, and in addition lumeutc that she hud worn her new linen suit. "And to think," she said almost leariult, "that this is the oulj da we could see the Senators beat the Chieagos." "Oh, 1 wouldn't worr, put in Anseiii a fatheny tone," come out tomorrow and have a goou time. "But," replied ,the Cimg lady, "we would have 10 pay and wecun'tariordit." "Never mind me pa pari," n assured the big blonde," Oii ted Hieiu at the gate thai . sun saiu to lei OU in and it will be all right." Oh, OU dear, good man," shrieked the maidens, andCapt. bcanloiii who was sitting near was re.irf ui that the veteran was goint, to be smothered in the wild mass ot lace and other lingerie that fluttered around him when he voiced his generous in v nation. "But look here, girls, if Ou come out to morrow as ni guests ou must null lor Chicago to win," added Uncle in an admon ishing v,-ay. "Certainly we will," answered the brunette as she roguishly wiiiked her eve to the Times mun and snid"riit" in a stage whisper. BAND PLAYED ON. And while the rain poured, the band "placd on." The merry music was the saving clause in an otherwise ver unpleas ant afternoon. Prof. Piston and Ins coadjutors, wit'i cornet, rife, clarionet trombone, tuba ami drums came gullantl to the rescue and put a d. miner on the dampness presiding With out. In unison with the patter on the tin roor. the girls beat a tattoo with their sandals on Air. Wagner's new rioorthatin c ted the outc rj oi Itvron. "On with the dance, let io be unconfined." 11 the concession ami courtesy of Capt Ausnu. this will be ladies' day at the park. When Mr. Wagner put the proposition to Uncle that the i.idies be allowed to see his dub phi the Senators today, inasmuch as the ram prevented them such a pleasure vc-sterday. he promptly gave his consented furthermore, stated Ins appreciation of the ureitv audiences llieC.ipltolturnsout. which hi snid are not equalled by ail city in the League. .shut orr bosiox. llrelteiistein Was Invincible and St. 3-oiilh "Won in u "Walk. Boston, June fl Breitenstcin was an Insuperable barrier to the Bostc ns todav The nearest the home team came toscc ring was in the second inning, when, with men on third and second, .mil cue out, Sullivan struck out ami Hamilton was thr vvn oul at first After that inning not a Bosti man readied second, and onl four got as laras first. Score. St Louis. AB R II PO A E Dowd. cf 5 2 3 2 0 0 Douglass, rf 5 0 13 0 0 Qumn, 2b 5 0 0 3 3 0 Connor, lb -l 0 2 13 0 0 Pnrrott. If 4 12 10 0 Meiers. 3b 2 0 0 0 10 Cross, ss ,.4012 (5 0 McFarlaud, c 4 0 13 0 0 Breitenstcin, p 4 2 2 0 0 1 Totals 37 5 12 27 11 0 Boston. AB.R. II.I'O.A. E Hamilton, cr 4 0 12 0 0 Long, ss 4 0 0 2 1 o Lowe, 2b 3 0 0 4 4 0 Dutli.ir 3 0 14 0 0 lennev.e 2 0 0 2 0 0 Gaiuel, c 2 0 0 0 0 0 Collins, 3b 3 0 10 5 0 Kannoii. rr 3 0 1 3 0 o Tucker, lb 2 0 0 10 0 0 Sullivan, p 3 0 0 u 2 0 To'als C9 0 4 27 12 0 St Louis 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 2 r, Boston 0 0 0000 000-0 Earned runs-St Loins. r Three biss hit-Dowd Two base hit Connor. S.irri fice hit Tucker. Tirst hasp on balls Bv Breiten-tein. 4; bv Sullivan, 2. Struck out-Bv Breitenstcin, 3; by Sullivan. 1 Double pl.ivs Couiu r. unassisted: Cross and Connor Lc ng. Low eand Tinker, I owe. Long and Tucker. .Umpire Lvncli. Time ol game- 1 hour and 40 minutes At tendance, 1,500. PITTsnuitf, SCO H CD occ And That "Was n ,lft From a Brook ly n Piny er Prooklyn, N x ,u:ies Bert Ahbev was very cool and sle idy today when any olf Ihe Pittsburg pl.iyeis succeeded in reaching the bases. The solitary tallv of the visitors was a gift or Shock, vvho could easily have caught Llmer Smith at the plite had lie hem a little quicker toudi ing second base, when he rcicned Abbey's throw in the first inning. Score Pittsburg. AB. R. HPOA.E E. Smith, if 3"1 0 4 0 0 EI,ss 4 no 1 3 4 0 Stenzel, cr Btckley, lb Blerbauer, 2b Donovan, rr J. Smith, 3b Sugden, c Tlughey.p Merritt 4 0 10 0 0 4 0 1 10 0 0 4 0 12 5 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 1 1 ' 2 0 3 0 2 111 3 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 72113 1 Batted in place or Hughe in the ninth Brooklyn. AB. R. H PO A. E Griffin, cf 5 112 0 0 .Tones.rr 3 1110 0 LaChance, lb 12 2 0 0 0 Corforan,ss 4 0 113 0 Shlndle. 3b 4 0 3 2 2 (I McCarthy, IT 3 0 0 110 Shock, 2b 3 0 0 4 3 1 Grim, c 3 0 0 7 0 0 Abbe, p 3 110 2 0 Totals 32 5 )!T7 111 Pittsburg 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Erro.Iyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 x 5 Earned runs Brooklyn, 3. Stolen bases Stenzel, 2; Jones. LaChance Double piuy MeCarthy, Corcoran, and LaChance Bit by pitcher-E. Smith Struck out B. Abbe, I. First base on nallr Off Abfoev. l: orr Hughey. 3. First base on error- Pittsburg, 1. Left on bases Pittsburg. 8. Brookbn, 8. P.issed balls Sugden Ur pire Mr. EmMie Time or game 2 hours Attendance 2,000. SEW YOlUCs AVOX EA11LY Secured a Lead Over the Beds, bv. Good Batting. New York. June 9. Meekin was too much for the Clncnmatis today. The New Yoiks on the other hand hit Inks freel during the first four innings, after which lie settled down and pitched good bal1 The visitors put up a fine game in the field. Anderson was sick. Attendance, 3.30O. York. AB R. H.PO.A. E Vanllaltren.cf 5 2 3 10 0 G. Davis. 3b 3 10 2 2 2 Tiernan, rr 4 0 1 4 0 0 Gleason. 2b 5 0 13 10 Connaughton.ss 4 0 114 0 Clark, lb 4 118 0 1 II. Davis. If 3 2 2 2 0 0 Farrell, c 4 0 2 3 3 0 ifjvv.niu, -x m. f o J. J Totals 36 7 13 27 11 3 Cincinnati. AB.R HPOA.E Burke. If 5 13 4 0 0 Hoy, cf 3 0 12 0 0 Miller, rf 5 0 0 0 0 0 McPhee, 2b 4 0 0 4 2 0 Swing, lb 2 1 1 4 1 0 Smith, ss 4 112 2 1 Irwin, 3b 2 113 3 0 Vaughn, c 4 0 0 3 2 2 Inks, p 2 0 0 2 10 Gray 10 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 4 7 2411 3 Batted for Inks in the ninth inning. New York 2 2 2 10 0 0 0 x 7 Cincinnati 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 04 Earned runs New York, 4; Cinciuunti. i The Gonzagai I A strlptlv high grade Wheel. incluUliig lamp and boll, for 00 Made, of the finest htinoited steel tubing, fully gitaiaiitced, choice of 1 tires, saddle ami handle bais. This , olfer will not last long. Wc are making jt to introduce tlio maelilnc. I SWEENEY MFG. CO., 610 13th St. H. W. i? -V .'&. ''' 2. Two base hits Gleason, II. Davis. Farrell and Ewing. Three-base hits 11. Davis and Meekin. Sacrirfce hit-Hoy. iatolen bases Van Hattrcn. G. Davis. Tiernan. Clark, Tarrell, Meekin, Burke 2. Ewing and Irwin. Firs basjt on errors New York. 1 ; Cincinnati. First base on balls-Off Meekin, 4? off Inks, 0. Hit by pitched ball By Inks. Left on bases Cincinnati. 8. Double plays-Connaugli-ton and Clark. Wild jritcij Meekin. 1. Time or game 2 hours-amL.20 minutes. Umpires Dwcr and Wilson. SPIDCHS HAAWAY. Played All Aroimd tfi Jphllllen at Bat and in the Field. Philadelphia, Pa., Juiie 9 -Cleveland again downed Philadelphia today. The visitors played all around the local club both at the but and In the Held. Weather cloudy. Attendance, 0.0G4. Score Cleveland. AB. R. H.PO A. E Burkett.ir 5 22100 Chllds,2b D 3 3 5 1 0 McKean.iesj. o 2 5 2 5 0 Tebeau, fiT. 5 Q 2 12 1 0 O'Connor, c 5 0 10 0 0 McAleer, cf 5-0 1 5 1 1 Blake, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 McGarr,3b g 1 1 1 2-0- Wilson, p 3 0 0 14 1 Totals 42 "9 17 27 17 "2 Philadelphia. AB. R H.FO.A.E. Hulen.cf 5 0 15 0 0 Sullivan, If 4 0 13 0 0 Cross, ss 4 0 0 15 0 Thompson, rr 4 0 0 10 0 Brouthcrs, lb 4 0 2 10 0 0 Hallmun,2b 3 0 14 3 1 Boyle, c 3 0 1110 Nash, 3b 3 0 0 2 3 0 Orth, p 2 110 11 Grady ; 10 0 0 0 0 'lurner J 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 1 7 27 13 2 'Grady batted for Nash In ninth. Turner batted ror Orth in ninth. Cleveland 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 4 0- Philadelphia 00.00 10000-1 Eurncd runs Cleveland, 7. First buse by errors-Cleveland. 1; Philadelphia, 3. Lert on buses-Clevelind, 8; Philadelphia, 8. First base on balls Orr Wilson, 3; orr Orth, 1. Three b.ise hits -McKean, Clnlds Two base hit Tebenu. Sacrifice hit-Wilson. Stolen bases -BJrkett 2. Double plays McAleer and Chil'ls. Ndsh, Hallman and Brouthcrs. Passed balls-Boyle 2 Umpire Hurst. Time or game 2 hours and 10 minutes. DIAMOND DUST. Ladies' day. . Maul or Mercer will pitch. And the band will play on. He, there, Boston! We are after ou. Pror. Pietorl's band wllPgrve a concert prloi to this afternoon's game. Breitenstcin proved lie was not a "dead one" esterday by siiutting Boston out. The papers are saying that the Senators are the sensation of the season. "Seusi tion" is good. Mercer's instep has no soreness rrom the blow rrom Dahlon'h grass burner and lie will take his regular turn in the bo. Mr. Eugene L. Bertrand or the Tribune, and Mr. 11. G Fullerton or the Record, are making the, Eastern trip with the Clilcagos Mercer or Maul und McGuire will be the Senutors' battery this aiteriiuon Friend or Terry and Donohue will officiate for Chicago. Rain preventing a game, yesterday, this will be ladies' day at the park All 1. idles holding complimentary cards will be ad mitted this afternoon. The baeball fans want to know why the weather man sends rain just at 4 o'clock and keeps his sunshine tor other dull, commonplace hours in the day. Our mends, the Phillies, seem stuck on "shooting the chute." Since ratsey's' Spiders have been flieir guests the Quakers have giowu positively hilarious, in slkluig the incline. " ' As the Chieagos are popular In Wash lngton, und as capt. Anson vyas so liberal as to concede this a ladies' day, no doubt one or the largest crowds or the seasn-i will gather at National I'ark this .iltr noon. "I haven't released -Algie McBride." said Cnpt Anson 'I have farmed him to the Springfield club or the Lastern League. McBrnle is a ood ,inan and his Wasiungton friends tire assured that he v. ill make a got d record m the game " "The Senators have improved in their plav," says Anson, ".Mid areliible to give any team a whole lot or trouble both at lio'iie and abroad. Vnil I am glad of it The National Capital should have a good club; and now that you have one, suck to them." "It is so clever and kind In Mr Wagner to give ns eomplimintary tickets, ' said a brown eyed young lady behind a dotted veilandtiressedinaiii aland bi comingbiown linen consiume. yesterday at the I'ark "He is so much tMter tous'thantheow 111 rs or ilubs in other utits that I think v. e should present him with a testimonial of some kind " The public will bear in mind that it is Mr AVagner'a order and determination ibis sf.i son to play every game scheduled for Na tional Park, unless the weather is abso lutely stormy. Drirzles and desultory showers will not prevent a contest. H lias packed aw a., a big stock of sawdust and can have the grounds fit in a few 1.11. utes aftei a down pour. "When Scrappy Tied the Score" is the rage at prisyni It was published in Inst Monday's limes Did you get it? lr not. call at The Times counting room, pay one cent and secure .1 copy. 'Ihe critics say it is the hottest thing that has happened sm(t Casey was at bat. The piece will be set to music, the leading musical director or the ciiy having taken the verses in chnrge. Bert Riddle had ensconced his 10012 pounds ot upholstering on his five foot lour frame in a chair at National P,.rk Monday afternoon when Howard Perry spied him from (lie lower deck rcportori.il ciuurters. "Hello, Bert!" said Howard. "1 hardly thought you would brave tins damp afternoon to see a ball game?" "Why, sure Mike." replied the merry manager of llicspians, "you see, Anse is an ;actor' and we theatrical lolks have to stick together on all occasions no matter the weather." Then Bert, to oe consistent with calling Anson an "nctoi," s, .iicu iiiivvn ami roo,ed tor the Sei.ators The Pittsburg Press says "Tun Hurst always makes trouble when he takes a drink of water. He went to the oatmeal bucket m Cincinnati recently, and after taking a sip or water sprinkled Al Maul, the Senator's big pitcher. Albert was not reeling well the game was not gcvng his way, and lie threw a bat at playful Tim. Tim's thirst tormented lorn in the ciuhtli inning yesterday, and without calling t ae he ran to the cooler. While his back was turned Havvley pitched Ihe ball. Delehan tv hit to Bierb.iurer. and vvps thrown out at first. Tim came back and then called ror a new deal, during which Delehauty singled und scored." "A good hitter, is a horn hitter." says Manager Schmel. "A 1 lav er can improve his batting by practice, but the (puck c0 and rast-working brain must be i.atural. When it is considered that a batsman has only one tenth ol a t-econd to si7e up a ball rrom the time it leaves the pitcher until it reaches the plate it will he seen how rapid lusee and mind work together. Some hitters ilej end on luck, and often meet the ball by accident, having made no calcu lation of its whereabouts at all. Among the Senatois there are several intelligent hatters, notably Capt Joyce Ue has a remaikable eye and his mind works ve--y last. Notice how often he walks to first on called balls. When he strikes out it will be observed that nearly every time he makes a p.iss for the pitch and misses It, as any batter is liable to do. So quick is hiseye and mind thatthe mst.vntthe bal1 leaves the pitcher lie knows. iU will be a strike and he goes at it though he may not be able to gauge theshojtrH will take. Jess Burkett has the same eyq and is very suc ressrui in getting off with many of his light taps." ' "Yminjr Grlfro" Goes to Jail. Coney Island, N. Y , June 9 "Young Griffo." the pugilist, wbd'Iwas arrested for being drunk and disordnrly, and driv ing in a reckless manner-on the boulevard, last night, -was arraigned ,un the Coney Island police court this morning. The prisoner pleaded guilty andwas sentenced by Justice Nostraud to twenty-five days imprisonment in Raymond street Jail. The logic of my plari of 5hirtmak ing is 1 make 'em f subject to ap provalif they don'trsuitit's my loss not yours $1.50 each.' VvELLS. I41i'Pa. Ave. llEflttlJU. 1111 II Project of a Grand Bicycle Pa rade Finds General Favor. SUGGESTIONS ARE ASKED Tho Tjnie8'PIan for the Event Com mented Upon by Heiiresentatlvo Hlcycle Clubmen Provision forjhe Unattached Jlldern Club Commit tees May Bo Appointed. The suggestion made In The Times yes terday morning thatn grand street parade be held of tlie bicycle riders or Washing ton nt an early day lias been well received. A number ot prominent wheelmen, who reprcfceut the best bicycle clubs of the city, have expressed their inteiest In the proj ect, and several others, whose opinions and advlie were especially desirable, have been interviewed by a repietent.itive of The Times and are interested in the pro posed event. Some or those seen or heard rrom were enihusiustic, others were at least desirous thatthe scheme be actively promoted by those who were willing todo the work, and all hoped the big parade would become a reality. 'ihe recent mammoth parade held in New York was m several cases cited as an ex ample ror tlie cyclists of Washington, the greatest of all cities of the wheel. What would be a go in Gotham in the line of wheeling would suiely be a mjgniried success in the Capital City, justly known as the wheelman's paradise. PLANS ARE SUGGESTED. Dcrinite plans Tor the parade have not been formed.lt having seemed deirabIeto gather many opinions among leading clubmen on the subject. It is proposed, however, to have a committee ot arrange ments appointed from each wheel club in the city, these committees to meet and form a Joint organization to promote the big scheme. It is believed that with such good repn seutatiou as each club would provide ror itseir by appointing its own committee, a splendid executive body or w heelmeii would be round to constitute the general committee or arrangements. The committee could early hold a pre liminary meeting at which, there is little doubt, a mammoth and brilliant parade would be assured. Some embarrassments have been suggest ed as likely tooccrirln themanagementofa mammoth bicycle parade. One or these is the disposal of ihe-unattached wheelmen. UN ATTACB ED WHEE LMEN. It has been urged that these wheelmen, having no organization, wouId not reel the restraint that leadership exerts on the members or a club; that hey would encroach on the territory assigned to others in the parade and that they wnl as a great body, be niftieult to handle. The remedy lor this can, it is thought by many, be found in a earetul advance regis tration or applicants rtr places in the line and in the appointment or efficient mar shals nnd aides. It is lair to say that aside from some small expense to be incurred by the club members, this is about the only objection oftered to tlie 1 arade And now, wheelmen, let yourselves be heard from.' bend youi 1 pinions to Ihe Times, and they will be given publieitv, either with or without votir names sub scribed, as yon prerer. Make known the date or your next dub meeting and let the subject of the parade be considered by full meetings. ir the wheelmen rmlly want the parade, there will be no lack of incentives olfered for elaborate turnouts, und The Times promises to do Hfe part. &OUTHKHN LEAGUE GAMES. At Montgomery Montgomery 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 Atlanta 303 110 20x-10 Base hits-Montgomery, 5, Atlanta, 11 Errors, Montgomery . 5; Atlanta. 3. At Columbus Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0- 3 Mobile 0 0 1050 0 lx-10 flase hits-Columbus. 6. Mobile. 14 Errors Columbus, 1, Mobile, 4. At Birmingham Birmingham New Orleans, no game, ralu VIHGLNIA LEAGUE GAME-. At Richmond - Richmond 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 fi Petersburg 0 0 1 1 1 o 0 O 03 Hits Richmond 8. Petersburg 3. Errors Richmond 1. Petersburg 2. At Lv nchburg Lynchburg 0 10 0 1001 14 Portsmouth 0 0 0 0 G 0 0 0 0-0 Hits LMichbnrg 'I. Portsmouth 11. Errors Lynchburg 1. Portsmouth 2. At Norfolk Norfolk Roanoke No gnnie rain. FOUGHT VOH THE GIHL. Unsuccessful Attempt to Abduct a Merchant's' Daughter Albuquerque, N. M., June 9 - A Brizilian claiming to be a count and calling himself Don Juan Miguel De La Corda became enamored of the pretty sixteen vear old daughter or Merchant Dow, in the little town or Tijique, forty miles east of Al bequerque. The girl releited him and her rather ordered him, away rrom the house. After a Tew days the don enlisted a sound or sheep herders and gave it out that he intended to storm the place and carrv tlie girl away by rorce, but the father heard of his coming and when Don Juan approached the house yesterday evening a pitched bat tle ensued, 111 which one man and a horse on the don s Side weie killed outright and several men on both sides dangerously wounded. Dow held the fort and the don's forces retired without the girl. AUblTN .CORBLV BIT HIED. Church in "Which the Ser-v ices Were Held Filled by Friends,. New York, June 9.-The funeral of Austin Corbin tork place from St. Bar tholomew's Church. Madison avenue .M,d Forty -fourth street, this morning at- 10 o'clock Bishcp Williams of Rhode Island officiated at the services assisted by Rev. R. C Booth, assistant rector or St Bar tholomew's, aud Rev. W. R. Huntmgtcn, rector or Grace Church. The church was crowded with relatives and friends of tlie deceased. The chancel or the church was artisttcallv decorated with palms brought rrom Mr. Corbm's con servatories. Bishop AVilliams paid a h'gh tribute to Mr. Corbm's memory The remains were taken to Woodlawn at 1 1 o'clock on a special train. Brewery to Be Sold. Mi'waukee, Wis., June 9. Judge John son yesterday granted an o'der to the re ceiver of the Obermann Brewing Company authorizing him to sell all the property of the company. The estimated value or the company, including the good will and contracts, amounts to $160,000, and the claims or the creditors aggregate in amount to $290,000 Foundrv Com puny Assign. Milwaukee, Wis., June 9. The Moore Manur.ictiinng and Foundry .Company of South Milwaukee made an a'ssigument yes teulay for tlie benefit of its creditors to tin Wisconsin Trust Company. The assets an $175,000; liabilities not known. 3 French Things! Zephyr - weight French Nainsook Underwear the lightest, airiest, and latest ideal wear at $1.75 a suit. French Huslin Night Shirts equally airy with puffed bosoms, at $1.25. French Gingham Pyjamas slashed fronts with silk cording the thinnest and coolest kind, $1.75. EDWARD TANZER, - 403-405 Seventh St. iV. W. GG3G03eGGGG3GX The Principal Difference Between our $1.00 Madras Shirt and most $1.50 Shirts, is "half-a-dollar." Often this price-difference is the only difference. GO FRANC & SON, 7th SeXD33SC3GX3S 0 DEAD IEATAT6BlfESElD Arbockie and Kesslerflivide Hon ors in Hudson Stakes. LITHOS WAS FAR BEHIND Hot Vaorlte "Was Six lengths Away Prom tho Wire "When Arbucklo Dverhauled Kesulor in an Exciting Finish Unudriprlug Won Carletou btabcMina ItomubyTtiffSLcngthH. Gravesend Race Track, June 9. A good card, a large attendance, fine weather and some spirited finishes were the features of the races here today. There were two stake events down for d'islon, the Hudson Stakes and the Carle ton Stakes. Tlie finish m the first named event was very exciting, Arbuckle, whov odds were 4 to 1, and George Kessler, at 11 to 5, running a dead heat. When the fielu entered tlie stretdi, Kes sler went to tlie front and looked all over a winner. Arbuckle came with a rnsh in the last furlong, however, and, catching Kessler in the last few jumps, made a pretty a dead heat a ever was seen. The pair rinished six lengths in Trout of Lithos, the hot ravorite. Tlie purse was divided. Handspring did not nave to be tlnr oughly extended to win the Carletcn Stakes, and he made his opponents lrok like so many hacks. He won in a renin by three lengths The majority or the other events were cl ely contested. THE RESULTS. First race-Five and one-half furlongs Cassette, 112, J. Hill, 7 to 2. won, Gra ciosa, 106, Littleheld, 15 to 1. second: Juno, 112, Simms, even, third. Lady Grceuway, Lambent, Helen H II, Loyal Princess and Bernardme also ran. Time. 1 09 3-1. Second race Handicap. One and one eighth mile". Emma C. Ill, Haniiltou, 7 to 1, won; Sept ur. 105. Doggett, 13 to 5, second. Charade, 100, Ballard, 8 to 1, third. Marshall and Patrician also ran Time. 1 57. Third race Five furlongs, the Hudson Stakes Arbuckle, 11. McCaiterty. 4 to l.aud George Kessler, IIS. Tnral. 11 to 5. dead heat, purse divided. Lithos, 123, "Hart. 9 to 5. third Time, 1 03 FreeLnnce. Robert, Bonner, and Kings Counsel iioo ran. . Irourth race-One mile, the Carletoa Stakes Handspring. 122. .shnms, 1 1 to 20. won. Hamilton II, 122, Taral. 30 to 1, secoild. Bonaparte 122. Doggett, 30 to 1, third Tune, 1 43 Relugee also ran Fifth race Five furlongs Marsh Har ner. 95,0'Leary, 10 to 1, won. Nina Louise, 90, Gardiner, b to 1. second. Her Own, 9G. Kcele, 10 to 1. third Time, 1 04 Don Bias, Azure. Hiddenite, Trade Last. Depensier Afhy.The Manxman.aud Arthur K. also ran Sixth race One mile. Premier. 100. Coyloe. 3 to 1, won. Buckrene. 109, Bal lard. 7 to 1. second. Sherlock. ICO Lamly. 7 to 2, third, l'ickpocket also ran. Time. 1 13 1-2. ENTRIES FOR TOMORROW. First race High weight handicap, three quarters mile- Ferrier, 140; Sir Frayers. 138; Mairian, 129; Runaway and Juno. 122 each. Map'e I'rince, 119; Ameer. IIS. Hurungham, Hi. Second face Ftve-eiidiths mite. RmaT etta. Ho; Devils Dream. Hint Divide. Col lateral. Valeriana. Ellerdie. Yeldiz. Rari tan, 110 each. 'I bird race Sengr-te Stakes One m.'.e Hornpipe 112. Beldmere. 109. Gotham 10S. Long Beach. 107. Sir Dixon. Jr 10-. Pitni.nn T anil Ed Kiarnev. 101 e ldi Fourth race Gaze'le Stakes One iim!J one-eighth nule- vodvine iiesie Hrovv n mir B-lle Hon. Ii termission and R yal Prinzes-. 117 each Fifth race F.ve eighths of a mile A-" dens Glimmering. Zorago. Full Sreid Stachelherg. Rniiralone. Tappin. Eaunrnk Vmcentia nnd Mitnd II. 112 each. One Chance. San Panel. Myrtle L. Mid Phaedra. Treyout, and Fa.r Recluse. 100 each. Sixth race One . nd oiie-Mt nth mi'es Bei.amel i. 110. Gold Creel, 1C7. Vollev 103. Royal II . 1(0 Talent "Won at Forsvth. Chicago. June 9. The talent had a bett-r line on the tiorses.it Forsyth today than a has lor some t.n.e- They managed to lil.t on the rignt ones m three- events, backing Br France down from 10 to 1 to 4 to I to win the rust ra.e. roduw.ng it up bv plav ing Barn.ito in the second race, and Sunny in the fourth. First race Sis. furlongs. Dr. France. 102, Warrn, 4 to 1. won. Bar Guard. 103. Morse, 20 to 1, second, Mr. Dunlap. 9s. Everett. 7 to 1 , third. Time, 1 19 3-4. Second race Half mile. Baruato. 100. riav, 3 to 1. won. Go Liahtlv 99. Burns. to 1. second; Mrs Murray. 9a, F.Penny. 10 to 1. third. Time. 0 51 1-1. Third race Six furlongs. Eagle Bird. 104. "Warren, 3 to 1, won; B. F. FIv. jr. 10S Freeman. 12 to 1. second: Inspector Hunt. 101, Clav, 7 to 1. third. Time. 1 18. I ourth race One mile. Sunny, 102, Clav , 4 to 5. w on. Ashland. 90. Maguusspn, 3 tb 1, second: King Bors. 105. Sullivan. 5 to 1, third Time. 1 44 I 4. Hrth race feix. rarlongs. Boh Lee, 94. Davis, 6 to 1. wen. Virgie Dixon, 85. tlather-oll, 9 to 2, second, Millie M.. 9S. Clav, 5 to 2. third Time. 1 17 1-4. Sixth race Six Turning.. M.irden Pet, 106, Clav. 10 to 1. won, Nellie H-. 99, Warren, "6 to 1. second; Errie T. 9 5. Willis, 20 to I. third. Time. 1 IS. Races at St Lonls. St Louis, Mi,., June 9. Favorites were ouly w timers in two races today , the second and third. A second pick took the tourth aud long shots that looked to he out of the game, took the first, fifth and sixth The track is about as slow as ram can makeit. Attendance, 1,200 Summaries. First race six furlongs. Balsam. 104. C Slaughter, 10 to 1, wen, S.ddubia, lcB. Bavless, 3 to 2, second. Ma nettle. lo2, Webster, 4 to 1, thud. lime. 1 22 1-4 Second race One mile. Blacking Brush. 92, C. Slaughter, 3 to 2, win; Payette Belle. 102, fcaylcss, 4 to 1. sound: Jnn Hogg, 10b. J Mathews, S to 1. third Time, 1.49 1-2. Third race Six furlongs. Bndgcton. 104. C. Slaughter, 2 to 1, won: Irish Chief II. 107, Penn, 10 to 1. second. Little Clitf, 104. fcehorr, 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:20 1-4. rourth race Mileand a sixteenth. Lmdn. 104, Garner, 3 to 2. won; Madeline, 100. E. Jones, 3 to 1, second: Barbaro-sa. &9 C Slaughter, 7 to 5. third Time. 1 54 Fifth race Five furlongs. Calvary, 96. Webster, 20 to 1, won; Buck Viders. 115. Martin, 5 to 2, secoud; Moncreith. lib. Morrison, 2 to 1, third Time. 105. Sixtli race Six and a hair furlougs. The Kitten. 103, C Slaughter, 8 to 1, won: Amelia Mav, 105, Webster. 7 to 2, second. Hex, 96, Schorr, 4 to i, third. Time. 1 26 1-2. Sloppy Traok at Oakley Oakley Race Track, Ohio, June 9. N'ot withstanding the poor card and the "very sloppy condition or the track, the racing touay was spirited. Two fav orites, two second choices, anil two outsiders got the money. Summaries: First race Five Turnings. Black Bess, 104, Dunn, 10 to 1. won; Risque. 107, Thorpe, 2 to 1. second; Three Bars. 103. Vankuren, 4 to 1. third. Time. 1 06. Second race Six and one-hair furlongs. Howard Mann. 122. Walker. 6 to 5. won: Scandland, 12, Thorpe. 5 to 1, second:. Good Advice, tu-J, bneerin, o io J., num. Time, 1:211-2. Third race Mile aril a furlong. Sir Dike, 96. Sherrer. 5 to 2, wen: Lconaie,. 94, Dupce.15 to 1. second; Barry Shannon, 10O; Walker.3 to 2. third. Time.2.01 1-2. Fourth race Four and a half lurlongs. Emerald Stakes, Maceo, 113, Perkins, a to 1. won; El Torn, 113, Snedeker, 8 to 1. second; Abe Furst. 121, Sherrer, 3 to 1. third. Time. 0 52. Fifth race Mileand seventy yards. Judcce Dcnnv. 95, Sherrer, 6 to 5. won: Paul Pry. 114, Thorpe, 13 to 2, second; Lufra, h4. Gleason. 13 to 5, third. Time. 1-31 1-t. Sixth race Six and a hair furlongs. Hoffman, 122. Ray, 8 to 1. won; nurmes. 112, Perkins, even, second. Double Qnu k, 122, Fly nn, 8 to l.vthird. Time, 1:27- Entries at Ouklcy. First race Five-el gutus mile. Lady and D. "on the corner; LOEB 6c HIRSH, Outfitters. HOW XO KEEP COOL! A visit here will1 enlighten you. very full line. ?ljmP TowLinenSnita A are very correct y wear we have a Serge (blue and black), Single and Double-breasted Coats should be vvorn $4, $4.50, $5, $6. Alpaca Coats are among the V very coolest prices lowest. A new line of imported patterns in Golf Hose, worth $2 are very popular at $1. 2s with or without feet. Children's Clotbmz as one third off. THE WHITE BUILDING. 189S Hartford Bicycles REDUCTION IN PRICE. Patterns Jfos.l and 2. from $80 to $65 Patterns Nos. 3 and 4, from 60 to $50 Patterns Nos. 5 and 6, from $50 to $45 This is the best va ne for the money ever olfered in medium gratia machines. The Standard of the "World, acknowledge no cornp titori, and the price is fixed ab lnte ly for the season of 1896 at If You Can't Buy a Columbia, men isuy a nartioru. All Columbia anl Hartford Blcyles are ready for lmmeuKf deliverv. POPE rViFG. CO. Coner-il I) nice anil Tactorics IIAKTFOKD, COSS. TDI!??ES best makes exnertlv fitted. InUOO FlMHl.R.toTih. Keith. 103; The Plutce rat, Tony Honing. Time Maker. 106 ea.b Ro-araate, JoJlyso, 110 each: Cherry Lear. US. Second race ihrti--1uariers mile. Laad per. Robinson, Sb e.ii u. Fn-d Barr, Bonnie Louise. 91 each, btruthreel. Doorga, 97 eadi; Summer Cccn. The Merchant, 99 eah. Chicago. 10a. Prniit Imperial. 104. Th.rd race Nine ixtet ntho mile. Candy 99; Ladv Juliet. Katie May, Mertie Reed, OakleafEva Weils, ltl e-aih, J. H. C, Little-Nigger. 102 ea i Princess Teck, 105j Good Order. 10S. Wniictr. 107, Orion, 108. Fi 'irth race Mileand a sixteenth. Won't Dance. OS. Uen 3rti-h 10b. Urania. 110. Firth race One mile Kingstone. 84; Mis Emma. w5. Elsie 1) II. S7 Helen Mar. 90 St Helena. Rupee. Ureu Henry. 99 eaeh: Alethia Allen, 101, Judge Payne, 103; Leaflet. 103. Sixth race Seven eighths mile. Belle of Fordham. Japomca, lv nihaway, 101 each: Rt mnant II 103. Duisv bolauder. 106. Old Center. Elsket, M. V J.. Philomenn, 112 each. Katie G.. 117 Fonr to Four at Baltimore. Baltimore. June 9 The Baltimore-Louis--villc score was 4 to 4 wl en Umpire Sheri dan called the game on account of a heavy downpour of rain. The home team had scored three times and bad a man on third with two out in the fourth inning. TO Pit EPA RE THE CHARTER. .Men "Who Will Perform This Work Earned by Gov Morton. Albany. X. Y., June 9. Gov. Morton has just announced the commission to pre pare a charter for the consolidated cities and towns on islands in New York Harlror. Those named in the act are The president or the old commission, An drew H. Green: the State engineer, the at torney general, the mayor of New York, t'je mayor or Brooklyn and the mayor of Long Island City. Tbose appointed by the governor are- Seth Low, president of Columbia College andx-niayororBrcokIyn;Gen BenjaminF. Tracy, ex-judjreor the court of appeals, and ex-secretary or the Navy; John F. Dillon, ex-judge United States circuit court; Ash bel P Fitch, lawyer, ex-member of Con gress, and now comptroller of tlie city of New York, for New York city; Gen Stewart L. Woodford. lawyer and ex-heuteiiant governor; Silas b Butcher, banker and ex superintendent of public works; William C Dewitt. lawyer and formerly corporation counsel for Brook lyn; George M. Pmney jr. lawyer and district attorney for Richmond county; Garret J Garretson. county judge rorQueen county. QUARREL OVElt A WOMAN. One Man Killed lv- the laidy's Be trothed. "Vmccnncs, Ir.d., June 9.- At Bards, HI., nine miles west of this city. Dr. J. II. Pailey was killed yesterday by Prof. Samn-s-oti T. Mickey m a quarrel over a younc woman whose heme was at Dr. Dailey's and to whom, it is alleged. Prof. Mickey was betrothed. Mickey gave himself up and was taken to tin county jail at Lawrenceville to escape vietence Mickey says, he shot in self do. fene. Work Girls Encaped. Boston. June '. V ire in the Iwiildlngr. 325 Washington street, th i rcreiucrf caused a. loss or K'tween S20.C 00 and 230,000. The fire originated in tlie second st ry occupied hy J. L. Hammett. dealer In chool sup plies. The third floor, to which the fire spread, wasoccupied hv Cear Gowlnp and sfven worK gtrli were n the rooms atthe time. All escaped safely. ; Stoll's great serai annual shoe clearance sale now in full blast. 810 Seventh street. Commbias,