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THE HOIll!TISrG TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JLG, 1897.
STITESHEIIJII BDOOKLYM Begin a Series Willi the Trol-ley-Dodgers Today. TEAM IS IN GOOD CONDITION Something: That Puzzle tlie Paus. lite Lvailtfrs in the Pennant Itnce " KetJI up Their Winning Streak. KeMKltM the Games Yesterday in Other Cities. fri&ssss' - 9CX Pittsburg 52 67 .437 Louisville 51 71 .418 &Laiis 27 92 .227 GAMES YESTERDAY. Baltimore. 18; Chicago, 2. Button, it; Philadelphia, 1. New Turk, 19; Brooklyn, 4. LuMHRVille, 4.; Pittsburg, 11. gHine.) l'iubir:, 8; Louisville, 2. ond gtnc. (First (Sec- Tlte City of Cfaurcbe wHl. furnish the Etage settings of the Senatorial ball-tossers' effort on ttns diamond this afternoon. It le tbe liegtaning of the end, and W agner's bander cpberechaaers will &ve the Trolley Bodpnre a atif f argument a a start-off of the noting games abroad. Tbe team could not possibly be in better shape U play winning btUl. The pitching corps U in Al condition, and Uiey are being tonctoed up in. a intnoer which chul-I'-ngOi cricteisai. M'nat puzzles tbe fans at bouie i, way tbe article of ball which has been dished out during tbe past two weeks was not furnished from start to finis. Of coarse, the addition of Gett niau and Bresaaban U tbe team lufuted a 'wonderrm tunowit of life into toe work. Tbey botb catne in with tbe determina tion to make records for themselves in Luipjp-e express time aud being gifted with the abHity to carry out their ambition tbey have played bail that could not jKMMibiy t marpaaseO. Nevertheless two player don't, make a team by any means, and tbe inquiring ''fan" must dig deeper for Uie why and wherefore of tbe Senators' eudden r versal of form. But just at present the fan is more intent upon rooting for tbe Lawmakers to keep up tbeir winning streak than seeking reason for tbeir great paying. A game from Brooklyn this afternoon and another before tbe series closes will keep tbe team in its position. Then the Pbila delpWaufc wilt be treated to a dose of Tout Brown's rejuvenated ball elingers and it's not a bad bet tbe Quaker gentle-)m-ii don't go dovn in 1-2-8 order to the tune of three straight- Undoubtedly tbe sensational games of tbe trip will be tbe ones with Baltimore. Tom Brwn is hopeful of getting one game from tbe Orioles. It remains to be seen if bis hopes will be realized- CHAMPIONS WIN ANOTHER. They Have "Won Nine Out of the Twelve Games "With the Colts. Baltimore, Sept 10. The Champions closed tbts season's series with the Colts this afternoon wttb a victory. The score stands nine to three in the Orioles' favor. Tbe Champions won by hitting the ball hard and often, while the Chicagos could do but HfcUe with Corbet. Kelley and Lange made brilliant catches. Score: Baltimore. R. U. ro.A.E. Keeler, r. t II 2 3 0 0 JeaulnfK, as. 2 2 3 5 1 Keller, 1. f 112 10 Stensel. c.f 4 3 0 0 0 Doyle, lb"..... 2 312 0 0 Rett, 2b 0 2 3 G 0 Qutan.Sb .'. .... 0 1 0 i 0 Bobtason, a 113 3 0 Corbett, p 1112 0 Totals .t....... 13 16 2717 1 Chicago. It. II. FO.A.E. Ryaa.r. r 0 2 0 0 1 Callahan, Sb 0 12 2 0 Lange. a f 0 0 4 0 0 Anson, lb 0 19 0 0 Conner. 2b .-. 0 0 4 4 1 Hernao, I. f 113 0 0 McCormack, ss 110 2 1 KittrWge, c. 0 12 0 1 Griffith, b 0 0 0 11 Totals 2 7 24 9 G Baltimore Si 0 0 4014 x 13 Chicago 0 20000 0 00 2 Earned runs Baltimore 7. Two-base hits Reiw 2, Doyle. Three-base hit Kelley. Stolen bases Her nan, McCorraack, Calla han. Stenaei, Jennings. Double plays Kelley and Doyie; Quinn. Reite and Doyle. First base on errors Baltimore 1. First base on balls Off Corbett 2. lilt by pitched ball-By Griffith 1. Struck out By Corbet 8, by Griffith 2. Passed ball Kittridge. Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes. Left on bases Baltimore 4, Chi cago 4. Umpires Messrs. Emslie and Mc Donald. AUendaoce-2,100. BItKAK BVBN AT LOUISVILLE. The Colonels Win the First and T.OBO the Secoud. Louisville, Sept. 15.-Louisville and Pitts burg broke oven today in two well-played games. The first was a pitchers' contest between Hughey and Cuuningham. The latter bad much the better of tbe argument. McGee showed poor form in the second J email C n tfA marralons caro fee tl X I IMP DKUNIUJNNESS, IS 1 B" 8 15 Pie can bsirfvcn secretly at 1 K R mJl ETa Okoiae. Itishahales. r nrt tka... -..... T.n ,. ZTJtL HrFOEMATIOFGLADLY TtTAtT.KD FEZE. THE L. & H. ROUTE, For Athletic Goods, 417 "Ninth." 5K'lKf!Stv cj Baltimore.... S4 33 .718 2 Bob 85 35 .708 3K New York... 76 42 .644 g MaatU 67 50 .573 JCX Cleveland.... 60 59 .504 C WafeJBgtoB...55 63 .466 7(3 Brooklyn 54 66 .450 gjK Chicago 53 68 .43S 9y game, and lasted three Innings, in which the vibiUirs won the game. Score: Pittsburg. n. H.PO. A. E. Donovan, r.f 0 110 1 Padden, 2b 0 14 3 0 E. Smith, 1. f 0 0 3 0 0 Itothfuss, lb 0 0 10 0 0 IloffiHelster,2b 0 2 12 0 Ely, ss 10 12 0 Brodle.c. f...'. 0 12 0 0 Mcrritt, c 12 2 0 0 Hughey, p 0 0 0 2 1 Davis 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 2 7 24 9 2 Louisville. . R. H.PO.A. E. Dexter, I. f 0 0 0 10 Stafford, 112(52 Wagner, c. f 12 0 0 0 Nance, r. f ,'..... 0 12 0 0 "Werden, lb 0' 2 15 1 0 "Wilson, c '. 1110 1 Clingnan,3b 10 5 4 0 G. Smith, 2b 0 3 17 0 Cunningham, p 0 0 10 1 Totals 410 27 19 4 'Davis hatted for Hughey. rilUjburg .,.. 0 010 001 00-2 Louisville , 20010100 x-4 Earned runs Lojiisville, 1. Left on bases-Pittaburgi'; Louisville, 7. First base on orrors-Pitt6burg, 2. Two4)iue bits Nance. Donovan. Sacrifice hit Wilson. Double play- Smith, Stafford and Werden. Stolen bases Clingmun, Staf ford. Struck out-By Hughey, 1; by Cun ningham, 1. Hit by pitcher- Stafford, Itothfuss. Time of game-1 hour and 40 minutes. Umpire-Mr. Kelly. Attend ance, 1,000. Smnd game: Pittsburg. It. H.PO.A. E: Donovan, r.f 13 10 0 Padden, 2b :... 1 1 2 C 1 E. Smith, 1. f 2 12 0 0 Itothruas, lb 2 2 11 0 0 Hoffmeister, 3b .".. 12 0-10 Ely.ss 113 11 Brodiu, c. f 0 2 2 0 0 Merrill, c 0 2 3 0 0 Hawley, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 814 24 11 2 Louisville. U. H.PO.A. E. Dexter.I. f 1110 0 Statrord, s. and r. f 117 3 0 Wagner, cf 0 0 0 0 0 Nance, r.f 0 0 110 Werden, lb 0 17 0 0 Wilson, c 0 0 2 3 0 Cltngman,3b 0 1110 G. Smith, 2b 0 0 3 0 0 Magee, p 0 0 0 11 Waddcll, p .00010 Dulan, ss 0 2 2 2 1 Totals ...?!. 2 G2112 2 Pittsburg 304000108 Louisville 000 00 0 0 2-2 Earned runs Pittsburg, Jl; Louisville, S. Left on bas9s PilWburg, 10; Louisville, 7. FlrBt base on errors 1'ittsburg, 2; Louis ville, 1. Two-bane hits HoffmeiMer, Mer ritt. Three-base hits-Dexter, Stafford. Home run Itothfuss. Sacriiice lilt Pad den. Double plays Stafford, Cllugmau and Stafford; Stafford and Werden. Struck out By Hawley, 2; by Waddell.3. Hit. by pltober Werden, Stafford. Bases on balls Off Magee, 4; off Waddell, 2. Umpire Kelley. Attendance 2,000. Time of game 1 hour and 55 minutes. A PICNIC FOIt THE GIANTS. They Score Nineteen Huns to Four of the Brooklyn. Brooklyn, Sept. 15. The New "Forks had a picnic in the last game of the series with the Brooklyns today. They hit Payne hard, and the latter's support Was ridiculously poor. Score: New York. . It. H.PO.A. E. Vaullaltrea.cf 4 2 2 11 Tienian, 1-f 4 -8 2 0 0 Joyce. 3b 0 112 0 Davis, s. S 3 2 5 4 0 GetUg, 2b 110 3 0 McCreery.r.f 12 10 0 Ctark, lb 118 0 0 Warner, c 3 1510 Rueie, p 2 10 0 0 Totals 19 14 2411 1 Brooktrn. Jt.H.PO.A.E. Jones, r. f 10 0 0 0 Grirfiu, c. f 112 0 0 8bittdle.3b 110 3 0 Andersou.l.f 112 0 1 La Chance, lb 0 3 9 0 1 Sboch, 2b 0 0 7 3 2 A-Smith, e 0 14 11 Sheckard, s. s 0 0 0 5 4 Fayue. p 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 4 7 2-115 9 New York 3 2 0 2 0 3 9 019 Brooklyn 10 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 Earned runs New York, 7. Two-base bit Griffin. Three-base hit-Husie. Stolen bases Van Haltren, 3; Tienian, Jorce, Davis, 3; Gettig, A . Smith. First base on errors New York, 5. First base on balls Off itusie, 5; off Payne, 5. Struck out By Itusie. 3; by Payne, 3. Hit by pitcher By Payne, 1. Left on bases New York, 7; Brooklyn. 4- Double plays Davis and Clark. 2; Passed ball A. Smith. Wild pitches Payne, 2. Time of game 2 hours- Umpire Mr. Hurst. Attendance 3,000 . THE BOSTONS' FAST GA3IE. They Play All Around the Men From Philadelphia. Boston, Sept. 15. -Long's marvelous field ing today set the pace for gilt-edge work by Lowe, Collins, Geier and Dowd. Stiv ctts pitched his best game of the year, and up to the ninth was iiit safely but twice. The result was never in doubt. Score: Boston. It. H.P0.A.E. Hamllton.c.f 2 12 0 0 Tenuey, lb 2 2 14 0 0 Lowe, 2b 0 2 2 2 1 Stahl, r. f 2 2 10 0 Duffy, I. f 0 13 0 0 Collins, 3b 0 112 0 Long, s. s 12 18 0 Bergen, c 12 3 0 0 Stivetts, p 10 0 2 0 Totals 9 13 27 14 1 Philadelphia. It. H.P0.A. E. Cooley,3b 0 18 0 0 Dowd, c. f 0 0 3 0 0 Delehanty, l. f 0 13 0 0 Lajole, lb 0 0 10 0 Shugart, s.S 0 14 5 1 Geier, r. f...-. 0 0 2 10 Cross, 2b 0 0 2 10 Bovle, c 1110 0 Sparks,p 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 1 4 24J.0 1 Boston 013111 02x-9 Philadelphia 0 010 00 0 0 0-1 Earned runs-Boston, 5. Two-base hits Tcnney, Stahl 2, Collins, Long, Boyle. Three-base hlts-Cooley. Sacrifice hits Duffy, Cooley. Stolen base Tcnney. Bases on balls-Off Stivetts, 1; off Sparks, 4. Struck out -By Stivetts, 3. Umpire Mr. Lynch. Attcndance-2,500. Timeofgamc -1 hour and 3S minutes. Yellow Fever Spreading-. The dread disease has made its appear ance in several Southern towns and the 'natives are groatty alarmed; and yet the little neglected sicknesses kill far more people than the most dreaded epidemics. That is why it is always well to keep a little Tharp's Pure "Berkeley" Whisky in the house In case of sudden indisposition, which unless taken in time may result seriously. It A Cu re for Bilious Colic. 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Stout & Co., Merchant Tailors, oth and F N.W. sel 3,14,10 THE SENATORS' HAY OFF It Proves to He an Off Dnj- us "Well. Orange, N. J., Sept. 15. The Washing tons tookxa duy off today and played an exhibition game with the Orange Athletic Club, luring the game by the score of 7 to 5. hen the game was called on ac count of darkness Orange had three men over the plute. Score: Orange A. C 1114000 07 Washington 0 110 0 0 0 3-5 Bas. hits Orange Athletic Club, 7 ; Wash ington, 8. Eirors Orange Athletic Club, 4; Washington, 5. Batteries Wostervelt and O'Neill; Stuuley and Leahy. Called on accouut of darkness. Eastern League Games. At Buffalo Buffalo 002100020-5 Providence 0 0003 002 1-0 Hits-Buffalo, 11; Providence, 10. Errors- Buffalo, 3; Providence, 3. Bat lories -Brown and Urnuhart; Brtiun and Dixon. At Toronto Toronto 3 0 0 2331 5 1-18 Scrantou, ') 0 0 3 2 OQ-O 0- 5 Hits-Toronto, l.Q: Scranton, 9- Errors Toronto, 1: Scranton, 4. Batteries Mc Dougal and Casvy; Harper and Boyd- At Montreal Montreal 3 4 2 02 024118 Wilkcsrsnrre 3 2030 0 000- S Hits -Montreal, 15; Wilkcsbarre, 9. F-rrors Montreal. 5; Wi Ikeabarre', 11. Paturies-Colton and McNamara; Patton and Dlgcln. . At Syracuse Syracuse 00130201 0-7 Springfield 00010020 0-3 Hits Syracuse, 11; Springfield, 5. Er rors Syracuse, 2; Springfield, 4. Batteries Willis autl Ryan;Korwin and Duncan. Amateurs to Play Ball. There will be a game of baseball at National Park this afternoon between the Sparta, and Capital City teams, which premises a good contest. Both of these aggregation!1 are composed of colored play era, and they number among their ranks sonie of the liest amateurs iu the District Game will bs called at 4:15. Tbe positions wi'l be filled as follows: Sparta Booker, or Brown, p.;THghman, c; Jefferson, lb.; Smith, 2b.; Cardozo, s. s.: Washington, 3b.; Wade, 1. f.; Piuch bacU. c. f., and Butler, r. f. Capital City Coleman, Logan or Wilkin son, p.; HInes, Digps or Moore, c; Johnson-lb.; Payne, 2b ; Dlckerson.Sb.; Ander son, s. s.; Itupsell or Benson, 1. f.; Curry, c. f., and Carter or Scott, r. f. Boston Signs TMteher YVlIli. Boston, Sept. 15. -The Boston League team has signed ritcher Willis, of the Syracuse Eastern League team, whose work Is largely responsible for that club's good showing this year. The price paid for his release is understood to be $1,000. Willis will not report until the end of the Eastern League season. New Bnsketbnll League. At : meeting of delegates from the Carroll Institute, "Washington Athletic Club and Corcoran Cudets held at Carroll Institute, a new basketball Ipnguc was formed to be kuown as thoNatlonal Basket ball League of the District of Columbia. All teams in the league will he required to play under the '87 National Association rules, and five men shall compose a team. The ofric-eU of the league arc W. K.Larrl more, president, and George McGlue, sec-retary-t'ea surer. A meeting will be held shortly for the purpose of. adopting a schedule of games. Yale Boys to Pee the Veriscope. The exhibitions of the veriscope at the New National Theater have been attended by immense crowds. The members of tho Yale Football Club, who arc now being cocchc-d nt Chevy Chase, by Mr. Frank Butterworth. haye secured a block of seats and will be present at the National The ater tonight. When tho Bobbins NeKt Aoiri You will have money to burn if you secure your winter's supply of fuel now. 8. S. Daish & Son, 703 12th st. nw.; 203 Flor ida ave. ne. Telephones 328 and 338. seG-tf-em 92.00. $2.00. To Atlantic City. Through trains via the best-equipped line. Pennsylvania Railroad excursion next Saturday and Sunday. selG-3t The Smoothest, Swiftest, Safest Railroad between Washington and Phila delphia is the Pennsylvania. Great $2 excursion next Sunday. 8016-3 C The Best Equipped Railroad In America. The Pennsylvania Railroad will sell tickets to Baltimore and return next Sunday at rate of $1.00. scl0-3t MORE RECORDS SMASHED Michael Defeats Lesua in the Great Twenty-Mile Race. The Frenchman Sluices a Gallant Fight-Gardiner Cuts Down the Mile Record. Springfield, Mass., Sept. 15. Fifteen thousand people howled Jimmie Michael, the Welsh wonder, around the track at the taicjcie roces tills afternoon for twenty miles until he finished-over an eighth of a mile ahead of his rival, Lucia u Lesua, and established a woiJ'a ..record for sixteen miles and upwards. For the twenty miles the time was 38.11, 'whfeh Is 2 3-5 sec onds lower than the upst "previous record. By this achievement Micliael won a purse of $1,500. The contest! was a beau tiful exhibition or bicycle riding and Michael's superior pacing and fine head work contributed to lHs'vJctory. There were many jther notable events on the card. One other wold's record was smashed. Arthur Gardner, of Chicago, iu the one mile handicap, professional, Jlnish ed second in 2:01 2.-5, "beating the best previous time made by Fred Titus at Bridgeport, Conn., by 6ncHl" of a second. But the big match rucp was the event that every oi;c looked for- and waited the whole afternoon to see. Michael was paced by a sex tu pie t and two quintets and a quad and triplet. Lesnn was attended by a quad and three sextets. Michael rodtfa 10G gear and Lesua 100. Lesna had the polo. The Frenchman secured the lead and maintained it the first half. Then Jimmie sped by easily, but Lesna soon caught up and kept ahead until four and a hair miles, when Michael Went by spinning. He increased his lead until over a quarter of a mile in the lead, which he kept till the seventh mile. Then Lesna braced, caugh'. up and rode Michael's pacers almost to a standstill. The Welshman then cutely swung In behind the Frenchman's wheel. Lesna led until the eleventh mile, when in front of the judges' stand Michael spurted and captured the pole. The next round Lesna tried the same tactics, but failed. In the seventeenth mile Lesna made a grand effort, easily passing Michael, who then for the second time caught the French man's wheel. Then with the triplet Mich ael simply rode away from his rival and increased his lead from that time on. Michael, paced, will try tomorrow to heat the rccoul lor ten miles. Summaries: Half mile open; professional E. C. Paid, of Buffalo, Avon: Dr. A. L. Brown, Cleve land, .ecfnd: Arthur Gardiner, Chicago, third: Nat. Butler, Cambridgeport, fourth. Tune, 1:01 2-5. One mile -Professional; 2:10 class. Fred J. Titus. New York, won; J. T. Kelleber, Springhead, second; W. M. Randall, Roches ter, third; F. A. Galely, Boston, fourth. Time, 2:08 1-5. Quarter mile-Amateur; L. A. TY. Na tional Championship. E. C. Bailsman, New Haven, won;lt.F. Ludwig.Chlropee, second: E. M. Blake, Keeno, third; Ray Dawson, Pooo'iton, fourth: John S. JoUn-son, Worces ter, firth: E. W. Peabody, Chicago, sixth. Time, 0-34 2-5. Oue mile open, professional T. M. Cooper, Detroit, won: F. J. Loughead, Sam , second; Major Taylor, Cambridge, third; J ih:i S. Johnson, Minneapolis, fourth. Time, 2:05 4-5. One mile handicap, professional Tom Butler, Cambriiigepurt, 35 yards, won; Art!,or Gardiner, Chicago, second; Watson Coleman, Springfield. 00 yards, third; H. B. Freeman, San Francisco, S5 i'ards, fourth; O. S. KtmMeI.oui6tylle, 45 yards. (firth; C R. Newton, Stafford Springs, 30 yards, sixth; J. S. Deek-e, Ashley Falls, SO yards, seventh! Time, 2:04 1-5. The G rnvusutul .HncVri. New York, Sept. 15.-There were no stake features at Gravcse'nd today, but the racing was brillian t; nevei theless. Sum maries: ; First race-Five furlongs. High Hoe, 110, Hci cej-ey, 3 to 1, won: llaod Ellis, 110, Thorpe, 15 to, 1,. second; Domestic-, 111, Pet kins. 2 0 to 1, "third. Time, 1:03. Second race-One mile. Orlmar, 10S, Clayton, 8 to 5, won; Shasta Water, 107, Hcnnessy, 9 to 5, second; Rev del Tirra, 100, H. Martin, S to 1, third. Time, 1:43 1-4. Third race Five and one-half furlongs. Demagogue, 12G, Tural2 1-2 to 1, won; Salabar, 126, Sloaue, 2 to 1, second; Fonsavanna, 115, Perkins, 12 to 1, third Tune, 1:09 1-2. Fourth race One nndone-slxteenth miles. Rondo, lit, Clayton, 3 to 1, won; Howard LMann, 120, Sloane, 5 to 1, second; Ber- nardilla, 10-1, Thorpe, 10 to 1, third. Time, 1:50 1-4. Fifth race Six furlongs. Hastings, 120, Taral, 10 to 9, won; Ornament, li4, Clayton, 8 to 5, second; CIcophus, 111, Simrrs. 5 to 1, third. Time, 113 3-4. Sixth race One mile- Peat, 107, Wil liams. 2 1-2 to 1, won; Ramlro, II, 109, Clayton, 4 to 1, second; Good Times, 100, Stone, 2 1-2 to 1, third. Time, 1:43. Oakley Summaries. Cincinnati, Sept. 15. Today"s results at Oakley. First race Six furlongs. George B. Cox $ to 5, won; Wilson second. Creed more L. third. Time, 1:14 1-4. Secoud race Six furlongs. Happy Hours, 4 to 5, won; Harry Thoburn second, Suy dain ttird. Time, 1:15 1-4. Third race-Five furlongs. Wing Shot, 10 to 2, won; Narda second, The Haulahka third. Time, 1:02. Fourth race-Declared off. Fifth race-Six furlongs. Cyclone, 10 to 1, won; Turtle Dove second, Pouting third. Time, 1:15. Sixth race-One mile. Countess Irma, 1 to 2, won; Barton second, Elgitha third. Time, 1:12 3-4. A "Low Hate via a III gli-S rude Road. $1.00 to Baltimore and return next Sun day, via Pennsylvania Railroad. selG-3t 0V tb ace egd m agreeitfc&i cnc en &c a LORLLARD'S JP&,UB You carr smoke' or chew ih ouncesa cents c? w&Mi l For Bilious .nnl Nervous disorders snch m Wind and Pain in tho Stomach, fiie'e TToiid-iel.o. Giddiness. Fullness and Swelling after moais. Dizziness aa t Drow.dno33.ColdChiIla, Flushings of Heat. Loss of Appetite. Shortness of Breath. Costivonosi. BIotcho3 on tho Skin. Disturbed SIeop. 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The scene within the store was a delightful one Large potted plants and ferns were taste fully arranged along tbe aisles and in various alcoves, and, with the floral de signs and rose wreaths, contrasted har moniously with the mellow tints of the old-gold colored walls and oak trimmings. Arranged on a number of parallel dis play tables, extending crosswise were samples of the stock of the firm. This attracted a great deid of attention and many new and novel fall cuts and de signs were admired. The stock is not the only feature of the oew htfire, as the building itself has been thoroughly remodeled and rearranged un der thy personal supervision of Mr. David Kaafmnn, until it has been transformed into one of the n.ost artistic storerooms in the city. The watls aro embellished with grace ful festou& and various designs in stucco and bas-relief. Numerous Incandescent lights illuminate the place. Tlie improvements were all designed by Mr. 1). J . Kaufman, and were made by Mr. Cliarle."T. Walters, the buUder. Duriugtua evening music was furnished by Prof. Schroeder. Messrs. A. T. Barbee, J. B. Welkert, Heurv Schiele, and W. II. Cross will be associated with Mr. Kaufman. WILL APPIA' FOH A CHARTER. Federal Labor Union Adopted n Con-'--' - stltutton Lust Night. A well-attended meeting of the Federal Labor Union was held last evening at Electrical Workers' Hall, President Crane in the chair. The greater part of the time of the meeting was consumed in con sidering sime articles or the constitution and bylaws, passed upon at the last meeting. The constitution was then adopted as a whole and Organizer Silver wnsaskedio apply to the AmericnnFedera tlon for a charter for the union. Since the last meeting several new mem bers have been enrolled. The Laborers' Protective Union, the youngest local labor organization, will meet Friday evening at Ha vernier's Hall to adopt a constitution and by-laws. Escaped From St. Elizabeth's. Isadore Escotnooei, a marine, thirty-four years old, who has been confined at St. Elizabeth's Insane Asylum Tor several weeks, past, escaped from that institution last night by breaking away the bars of his window and jumping to the ground. His escape was discovered a shove time afterward by one of the attendants and the police notified to look out for him but he has not yet been captured.. He is said to be a harmless lunatic. Goini to Philadelphia? 'Let's go to Philadelphia Sunday." 'What for?" "To see the sights. Only $2 over the Pennsy. Fine trains. Takes 'you right into the heart of the city." eelG-3t Get the Dest. Take the Pennsylvania Railroad to At lantic City. Next Saturday and Sunday, no change of cars. $2 round trip. SC1G-3C The Dest Line to Baltimore. Take tha Pennsylvania Railroad to Balti more next Sunday: only $1.00 round trip.-EelG-3t The People's Favorite. All wise people use the Pennsylvania Railroad. Popular excursion to Philadelphia next Sunday. $2 round trip. selG-3t STEAMBOATS. JSJorfolk & "ashington Steamboat Co Every day in the year for Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and all points South by the superb, pow- crrul steel palace steamers "New- port News,'' "Norfolk" and "Wash- iugton,"ou the following schedule: Southbound. Leave Washington 7:00 p. m. Leave Alexandria 7:20 p. m. Arrive tori .Monroe 0:30 u. m. Arrive Norfolk 7:30 a. m. Arrive Portsmouth 6:00 a. in Northbound. Leave Portsmouth 5:50 p. m Leave Norfolk 6:10 p. m. Leave Fort Monroe 7:20 p. in. Arrive Alexandria 6:00a. in. Arrive Washington 6:20 a. m Visitors to Chamberlln's new hotel, "The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach will find this the most attractive route, insuring a comfortable night's rest. Large and luxurious rooms heated by steam and ntted throughout with electric lights. Dining room service la a la carte, and is supplied rrom the best that the markets of Washington and Norfolk afford. Tickets on sale at U. S. Express office, 817 Pennsylvania avenue; 513 619, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B. & O. ticket office, corner 15th street and New York avenue, and on board steamers, where time table, map, etc., can also be had Anv other information desired will I be furnished on application to the un- dersigned nt the cotiipuuy's wharf, foot' of 7th Et., Washington, D. C. Telephone No 750. JNO. CAIXaTiaN', General Manager. fe28-m&Su TromuliiiK Siuati'i. tc. when those sv -n- AUCTION SALES. THOMAS DOW LING & CO.. Auctioneers, 612 E Street N. W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOTS ON THE PALISADES OF THE POTOMAC-INTERSECTION OF CON DUIT AND NEW CUT ROADS, DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. By virtue of acertaln deed of trust, dated the 13th day of November, A. D. 1891, and duly recorded in Liber No. 1033, folio 326, et sen.., one of ttu land records of the District ot Columbia, and at the request or the party secured thereby, we will sell at public auctioj, in front ot the premises, on TUESDAY, THE 28TII DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1807, at -1 O'CLOCK P. M., all those certain pieces or parcels of laud and premises situated iu tus couutyof Washing ton, District of Columbia, und known and designated as follows, to wit: Lots cum bered one tl), seven (7)t j fiftau (15), both incl., twenty-three (23) and thirty-five (35) to forty-six (46), both incl., in the subdivis ion made by Jacob 1. Clark and Edward B Cotirel, trustees (of part of lot No. one (1) in a subdivision of a tract of landcalled "White Haven" among the heirs or Ab ncr Cloud) for the Palisades of tlie Poto mac 1-aad Improvement Company, said subdivision being recorded in tlie orfice of the surveyor or the District ot Columbia In Book, County 8, page 15. leiiiis ot fcaie: oue-;tnrd cash, and the balnnce in one and two years, tlie deferred payments to be lepresented bv the notes of the purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of six (6) per centum pcrannum from day or Kale.puyalilesctiii-annually, and secured by a fust deed of trust on the property told or allcash.at the option of the purchaser. All conveyancing, recording and notarial fees at purchasers cost. A deposit of $50 on each lot will be required at time of sale, and if terms of tale are not complied with within ten days from day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after such public advertisement as they may deem pioper and necessary. WILLIAM W . A YRES , Tiustee. WILLIAM E. LEWIS, Tiustee. K0l5-d&ds LOST. LOST About the 15th of June, a Bed llngton terrier and 2 bull terrier pupp. $50 reward for thsr Bedbngton, which is a gray dog, rough coated, long thin head and stands about is Indies high; $25 reward for each or tin? other If returned to I). A. CHRISTIE, No. 7, Mount Vernon fiats, or the reward will be paid if information leading lo thair recovery he given. K.14-3t LOST -A bull dog, answering to name of Griffo: reward. 10U0 11th st. se. sel3-3t-era WANTED- FARMS. WANTED -To rent : five miles of city. L st. nw. small farm within M. F. DUNN, 411 sel6-3t WANTED-To rent a farm for poultry within 5 miles of city. M. F. DUNN, 411 L st. nw. sel6-3t POSTOFFICE NOTICE. Should be read daily, as changes may occur at any time. FOREIGN MAILS for the week ending September IS close promptly at this office as follows: Transatlantic Mails. FRIDA Y-(b) At 7:20 p. m. for France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain. Portugal. Tur key, Egypt and British India, per s. s. Lo Bretagtie, from New York, via Havre, lb) At 7:20 p. m. for Germany, per s. s. Spree, from New York, via Bremen. Let ters for other parts or Europe, via Cher bourg and Bremen, must be directed "Per Spree." (b At 7:20 p.m. for Europe, per s. s. Campania, from New York, via Qucenstown. Letters for Germany. France. Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur key, British India and Egypt must be di rected "Per Campania." (c) At 10:55 p. in. for Netherlands direct, per s. s. Oodam, from New York, via Roiteruam. Letters must be directed "Per Obdam." (c) At 10:55 p- in. for Genoa, per g. s. Werra, from New Y'ork, Letters must be directed "Per Werra." (c) At 10:55 p. mf for Scotland direct, per s. s. Anchoria, via Glasgow. Letters must be directed "Per Anchoria." (c) At 10:55 p. in. for Norway direct, per s.s. Thingvalla.from New York. Le'ters must. le directed "Per Thingvalla." PRINTED MATTER.ctc GcrmanstTin erssaliiagrrom New Y'ork on Ttiesdaystake printed matter, eta, for Germany, and specially addressed printed matter, etc., for other parts of Europe. Tlie American and White Star steamers sailing troiii New York on Wednesdays, the German steamers on Thursdays, and the Cunard, French, and German steamers on Saturdavs take printed matter, etc., for all countries for which they aro advertised to carry mail. Mails for Sooth ami Central Atner icn, West Indies, tc. THURSDAY -(c) At 10:55 p. in., for Newfoundland, per s. s. Corean, from Philadelphia, (c) At 10:55 p. m., for St. Thomas, St- Croix, Leeward and Windward Islands, per s.s. Caribbee, from New York. Letters for Grenada. Trinidad and Tobago must be directed "Per Caribbee."' FRIDAY -(c) At 10:55 p. in. for Fortune Island, Jamaica, Savanilia and Greytown, per s. s. Altai, from New Y'ork. Letters for Costa Rica must be directed "Per Altai." (c) At 10:55 p. m. for Port Au Prince, Petit Goave, Jeremie and Cartha gena, per s. s. Alps, from New York, (c) At 10:55 p- m. for Campeche, Chiapas, Ta basco mid Yucatan, per s. s- ('oriffio. roi New York. Letters for other parts of Mexico must be directed "Per Seneca." (c) At 10:55 p. m. for Haiti, Cumana und Carupano. per s.s. Prins Willem III, from New York. Letters for other parts or Venezuela and for Curacao, Trinidad. British and Dutch Guiana must be directed "Per Prins Willem III-" (b) At. 7:2U p. m., for La Plata countries direct, per s. s. Cyrene, from New York, (b) At 7:20 p. in., for Rio Janeiro and Santos, per s.s. Strabo. from New York. Letters for other parts of Brazil must oe uirecteu "rer strauo- T lei At 10:55 p- m., for La Plata countries di rect, per s.s. Merlda, from New York. QlTHBllAY-Ull At 1 2!r, n. m .. fnr for St. Pierre-Miquclon, per steamer from Nc Sydney. Mails for Newfoundland, by North iv rail to Halifax and thence via steamer, close here daily, except Sunday, at 12:05 p. m., and on sunuay oniy uc ii:ju a. m. (d). Mails for Miquclun, by rail to Boston and thence via steamer, close here daity at 3:20 p. m. (a). Mails for Cuha, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and thence via steamers sailing Mondavs and Thursdays to Havana, close here daily at 3 p. m.(e) Mails for Mexico, overland (exctpt thoso for Campeche, Chiapas, Talagco and Yu catan, which, -after the Wednesday over land closing, will be forwarded via' New York, up to and including the 10:55 p. rn. closing Friday), close here daily at 7:10 a. m.(d) Transpacific Malls. Mails for China and Japan, per s. s. Tacoma, from Tacoma, close here daily up to 6:30 p. m., the 19th instant.(d) Mails for the Society Islands, per ship Tropic Bird, from San Francisco, cloe here dally up to 6:30 p. m-, the 24Ui instnnfc.(d) Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, iro.ii San Francisco, close here dally up to 6:30 p. in., the 29th Instnnt.(d) Mails for China and Japan, specially addressed only, per s. s. Empress of India, from Vancouver, close here daily up to 6:30 p. in-, October 4.(d) Mails for Australia (except those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), Now Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Sninoan Islands, ppr s. s- Mo.-tna, from San Francisco, close hero dally up to 6:30 p. in., October 8. (d) TRANSPACIFIC MAILS are forwarded to the ports of sailing daily, and the sched ule of closing Is arranged on the presump tion ot their uninterrupted overland tran sit. (a) Registered malls close at 10 a. in. same day. (b) Keulstcred malls close at 1 p. m. same day. ! same dav (c) uegistcreu mans ciosc at. o p. m. ! (d) Registered malls close at 6 p. i ! previous day. ,..,, c Registered mails close at 1 p. i Tuesaa SSSlBS ' W1LLETT, Tostmastcr. AUCTION SALES. Ratcliffe, sutton'aTco". AUCTS. TfiOSTEES'SALEOF FOUR VALUABLE ,I,I5E',STOIt AND BASEMENT SVKfl.BttICK RESIDENCES. CON TAIN I Mi NINE ROOMS AND BATH. TiMirM9XiBR IMPROVEMENTS. 1J29 KENESAW AVENUE N. "W. under and by virtue of a certain deed or trust, dated June 22, 1896. and duly recorded July 7, 1806. in Liber 2130 at rollo 4o9, one or tho land records ot tho District of Columbia, default having oc- .ea m,.!tne Performance of the terms and conditions of the bond mentioned and rererred to In the said deed of trust. and at the written request of the secretary or the body corporate, the obligee iu and the holder and owner or tue said bond, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front or the premises, on &'i.Y.V!y,B SEVENTEENTH DAY OF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M-. all those pieces or parcels or land and promises i!i'Haf0 la tne "nty ot Washington. District ot Columbia, and known as and beuiJJ so much ot lots four (4) and five (5), In block thirty-six (36i. in John otiTiDan s (trustee) fubdlviwou ot nart of Mount Pleasant and Pleasaat Plains, now culled Columbia Heights, as per plat recorded in Liber Gov. Uheoherd at folio 1.T7, one or the records or the surveyor's orrice 0r the District of Columbia, as is oecojiled by houses numbered 1321. 1325. i.-1 and 1 329 Kenesaw avenue northwest, iernis or sale, all cash. Each housa S.1H y,e I)arceI of ground occupied thereby ?, Mt t,ri,t ofrered separately and a de posit ot $200 will be required at tho i..m.1 r.fale on each house and parcel ot ! f?M-. Ir not soId le property will Se, "tI,,rl In block, and a deposit ot liL rSL"1 b "quired at tho time ot witKi 1frt"8 pt sale to be complied with V.,;n. teu.udavs fro I1 uar of sale, wrier i s.e the lot or lots will be resold at the risk and cost ot the defaulting pur chaser or purchasers. All recording, con eynnciug, etc., at purchaser's cost. STEPHEN VAN WYCK. t,. . . - Trustee. Washington Loan and Trust building. FREDERICK L. SIDOONS. -..r ... . Trustee. Washington Loan and Trust Bialdlne. se7-d&ds RA1 UL.tr -Fii, SUTTON & Co., Auctioneer!. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TH REB LOTS IN ALLEY BETWEEN G ST. AND NEW YORK AVB THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH STS., NW. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly re corded in liber No. 1,701, roub 280, et seq., of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned will offer for sale by public auction in front of the premises, on SATURDAY", the 25th day of 8EPTEMER. A-. D. 1897, at o o clock p. m., part of lots forty (401, forty-one (11 f,andforty-tw,( 42) of Chariaa Thomas' subdivision of part or original lot number nineteen (19), in square two hundred and fifty-two 262, as saidsub dtviatou is recorued iu olficu of the Sur veyor of the District of Columbia, in book J. H. K., page 253. together with all the improvements, rights, etc. Terms stated at tbe time of sale. A de no Kit, or S3UO required upon acceptance of bid . MYER COHEN, L. P. WRIGHT, sel4-eod&d9 Trustees- PEHSCNALS. PROF. CLAY-oidest established nedJura advertising in this city; eonouit tin on business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations, separations, iove or family troubles enu tell you aaything vou wish to know; brings separated husbaudand wife together, makes sweeth3artorlov;r true; causes marriages: removes sp.-lU or mysterious reelings; givns luck; fee, 50 cents; hours, lit to 10 dally. 4b9 II st. aw. sel4-8t-etn Mr. BRACKEN, of Providence, R. I., Test and Business Medium, tells you just what yon wish to know without asking y u any ques tions; gives you full names; i-atUfaetten guaranteed; after others have failed try him; positively for a short time oncy; sitting daily at SS H st. nw. Ladles, 50 cents; gentlemen, $1. Hours, 10 a. m. to S p. in. Test circle every Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs- Bracken wiU botb give tesu and show spirit face; 25 cents. Mrs. Bracken, test and business medium? also blare writing medium: sittings daHj at 5S H st. nw.; ladies, 50 cents. se!4-7t It you wish to consult a medium, why not see the best? fWme. LAMONT, Tbe Master Mind of CLAIKVOYANCY. Tbe Exponent of High-Grade MUDiU.MSllli, Will give you truthful and reliable infer lnaiion and advice on buMtie&s affairs, marriage, love, divorces, separations, pen eioa, ueeus, wills, law sol, s, travels, lost or stolen property, etc.: names given; ao matter what trouble you ma v have, call on this gifted woman; she can help you ontof all difficulties: absolute .satbfactkm gitar au esi. '.erman anil English spoken. Jtesi dence, 1303G st. nw. sel3-lmo MISfc SCHWA US, magnetic treatment, 10 a. m., to 10 p. m. 319 1-2 Mo. ave. For ladie3 and gentlemen. selft- 3t MADAME RETTA, clairvoyant, medhtm. and card reader, 25e and 50c No. 510 E st. nw. sel4-7t PORTRAITS -I will make and deliver a free-hand crayon or pastel portrait, with frame (S different styles) on payment of. 1 per week: nocharse unites a Olfactory: best reference in Washington given. Send postal and 1 will call with specimen. ART IST, this office. sel5-5t TAKE a tumble Uj yourself a "fall" salt is now necessary. We have 'em; ele gant ones, custom made and only a 'trifle" worn, at figures that'll please all hands. Keen this in your head. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st. nw. sel4-lw IT IS wrong for any person who has been given a bicycle rackor My Sweetheart" ' Cigarettes to use the tlackboard which is attached to advertise any cigarettes or tobacco made by the "trust." who nave been fighting for years all cigarettes not made by the trust. We do not object tor anyone to use it for any other merchandise with My Sweetheart Cigarettes. E. GROa. A g en t. se!4-3t GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION -Suits and overcoats made to order; best custom work; first-class fit guaranteed; credit If you dc-are: easy weekly or monthly pay ments; business strictly confidential. Ad dress PHOENIX: TAILORING CO., this of fice. tel2-tf 1IME. DAVIS, born Clairvoyant joid card reader; tells about business; ftnoves spells and evil influences; reunites the separated, and gives luck so all;' cures piles aim drunkenness. 1228 25th at-nw. seS-lmo atlilE. TEEO. Medium- and card reader; Washington' most famous clairvoyant and palmist; con sult her on business, love and family affair-: reunites the separated: removes spells: causes speedy marriages, and gives good luck; open daily; German spoken; 25o and COc. 929 H st. nw. se7-14t THE -'3 DAYS" CURE (for men) leads all remedies in this city; a prompt and permanent n re it no birge- consultation free. DR. McKEEHAN, 716 12th at. nw. sol-Imp Specialist, 9 512 13lh St. N.W. Treats and cures all private disease?. Emissions, Varicocele, Iljdrocele, Strict ure. Irnpotcuc-y, Blood Poison and Losa Manhood. Consultation free. Hours 9 to 5, except Sunday. aa28-tf !rs. OR, REl sl'IiClALIVT ISLi-C In oh.etrics: gold medal awarded for tha science of obstetrics from Hie University of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully woman's complaints and irregularities; pri vate sanitarium for ladies betore and dur ing confinement Office hours from 10 a. in. to 5 p. m.,.'o. B 7th st. ne. NATIONAL DjzTaL PARLORS uuu if street JNurthweut. Uohl fillings and bridge work a spe cialty, at the lowest pitce; amalgam fill ings, 6uc; foil sets of teeth on plates, $5; extracting, either by gas or local spray, absolutely painless, 50c; Without, 2Ec; all wort: done by experts, and guaranteed tha Debt; open on Sundays from 10 to 3 o'clock mb22-tf Dr. Lestherman, EXPERT SPECIALIST In tho cure of all private diseases. HydroceU Varicocele, Stricture, Impotancy, and Syphilitic Diseases positively curod. Ad vice and Consul, auuii r ree. Both Sexes, uour. y to 12. 2 to 5; Tues- Thurs . and Bat. evenings, 7 to 8. No. 003 F st. nw. (Closed Sunday.) JelC-tt FOR EIRE. FOR HIRE-To drummers and nusiness men, horse and buggy or Dayton, $2 par day, ami si ecial prices ror pleasure driving. Appty to tho REX STABLES, rear 615 B it. nw.; telephone call. 109. apSO-u