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Anson's Colts Had a Ficnic with the
Senatorial Txvirler.
Washington Players Conld Not Hit the Ball
with the Same Freedom as Did the Chi
cago Contingent Orioles Toll Down at
Cloveland, While the Giants Won.
Results of Yesterday's Games.
New York, 8; Louisville. 7.
PiTTSBuno, 10; Bkooklyn, 4.
Cleveland, 12; Baltimore, 7.
Boston, 7; Cincinnati, 4.
Chicago, 17; Washington, 5.
The Chnmploiiship Record.
w. L. vcu w. r. Pot.
Baltimore.. SG SS .094 1 Pittsburg.. C2 fi3 .498
New York.. S4 44 .tfiG Chicago.... 5(5 74 .431
Boston. Bl 48 .CSS1 Cincinnati.. 60 73 .407
Plilla'pnia.. 71 51 .&& st. Louis. ..51 70 .402
Brooklyn... S5 58 .DlOWash'ton... 45 61 .349
Cleveland.. 05 50 .524 ! Louis villo.. 35 90 .2S0
Colts Batted the Senatorial Twirlcr Unrd
AU Through the Game.
Chicago, Sept. 24. Tho Colts took the last
game of tho season from tho Senators with hut
little effort.
Griffith lined a throe-bagger on the first ball
pitched, and from thon till tho ilnish Stocksdale
was hatted at will, while Hutchison kept tho
visitors down as ho ploased. Attendance, 2,900.
Grlfllth, rt..S
0 1 Sbiebock, gs 1
3 1 Joyce. 3b.... 0
3 2
Dahlen, 8S...1
1 1
1 3
1 3
1 1
Wllmot, 1L..1
1 O Ilass'mr, rx. O
Stratton. lb.2 4 4 0 0Ward,2b.... 0
Lance, cf....l 18 1 0 Abbey, cf... 1
O.Uucdnlo, c. 112
Parrott, 2b.. 4 2 1
1 1 Cartright.lb 0 113
Ilutcb'son.p.S 4 0 0 O.Kadford, If. 1 3
Schriver.c.l 2 7 1 0 St'cksdalo, p 1 1 1
Total. 172027 9 SJ Total 5122714 4
CTiicaso 12 40202G 017
Washington 0 0100210 15
Earned runs Chicago, C; Washington. 1. Two
base bit Parrott. Throe-baso hits Griffith,
Wilmot, Stratton, and Dugdale. Home runs
5tratton and Hutchison. Stolon base Joyce.
Iouble play Parrott. Dahlon, and Stratton.
First base on balls Off Stocksdale, 3; off Hutch
ison, 8. Hit by pitched ball Irwin aud Joyce.
Struck oat By Hutchison, 4. Wild pitch
Stocksdale. Time 2 hours. "Umplro Air.
.Mcckiit at the Spot.
Louisville, SepL 24. Both Meekin and Knell
pitched good ball, but Meekin batted out his
own game Attendance, 2j0.
k. n. E.
Louisville. 7 7 3
Sew York. 8 9 2
Batteries Knell and Cote for Lousville;
Mee&in and Farrell for Now York.
Earned runs Lovisville, 8. Two-base hits
Grim. Meekin, and Doyle. Home run Gilbert.
Stolen bases Brown, (2). SIcol, Grim, Burke,
Doylo, VanHaltren, and Fuller. Double play
Ward, Doyle, Fuller and Doylo. First base on
balls OffKueU,4; oITMeokln,4. Struck out
By Knell. 4; by Meekin, 4. Passed balls Far
rell, 3. Time 2 hours and 5 minutes. Umpire
Mr. Keefe.
Bridegrooms Downed Once .More.
Pittsburg, SepL 24. The batting of Cross and
and Beckly and Monofeo's fino pitching wero the
features. Attendance, 1,000.
R. IL E.
Pittsburg. 10 15 3
Brooklyn 4 0 2
Batteries Menefee and Weaver for Pittsburg;
Stem and Kinslow for Brooklyn.
Earned runs Pittsburg, 3. Two-base hits
Beckley, Smith, and Weaver. Threo-baso hits
Stenzvl, Cross. Weaver, Kinslow. and Schoch.
Stolen bases Smith (2. Weaver. Bierbauor, and
Daly First base on balls Off Monefeo.l; offStein,
5. Struck out By Stein, 1; by Menefee, 2
Passed ball Kinslow, 8. Timo 2 hours. Um
pires Messrs. Belts and Gailuey.
Phillies Had a Picnic.
Sr. Louis, Mo., Sept. 24. Tho Phillies outplayed
the home team at every point, tumorous errors
at critical points and poor base running lost for
1 the Browns. Attendance, 700.
! n. n. e.
St Louts. 17 0
Philadelphia 21 22 0
Batteries Clarnson, Xiller, and Twineham
for SL Louis; Johnson aud Buckley for Philadel
phia. Earned runsSt, Louis, 1; Philadelphia, IL
' Two-liase hlis Sullivan, Hallman, and Buckley.
Three-base hits Tboinjison, Turner, and Dele
i hanty. Home runs Ely and Sullivan.. Stolen
! bases Boyle, Turner, and Hamilton. Itottble
plays Hallman, Sullivan, and Boyle. First Imee
on balls Off Johnsou, i; oft Clarkson, 4. MriK-k
out It r Clarkson, 1; by Johnson, 4. Pssm1 ball
Twineham. Wild pitches Clarkson, 2. lima
1 hour and 40 minutes. Umpire Mr. Hurst.
I Spiders Defeated the Orioles.
Cleveland, Sept. 24. Cleveland struck a bat
' ting streak in the first part of to-day's game and
j knoc kod Gloasou out of the bos. Attendance,
jl n. e.
12 15 5
7 9 2
Batteries Cuppy and Zimmer for Cleveland;
Gleafon, Hawke, and Bobinson for Baltimore.
Earned runs Clevelaud, 1: Baltimore, 2. Two
base hits ISurkeU. Blake, Clark, Beitz, Bobin
sin, and Glfason. Three-base hits .McKean and
Keita. Home run t'hilds. Molon laes Burk
e:t. O.Tebeau, and McGraw. Finl base on balls
On" Cimp5, 2; off Gleason, 1; off Hawke, 1. Struck
out By Cuppy, 1; by Gleason; 1: by Hawke, 0.
Passed ball dimmer. Time 2 hours and 5 min
utes. Umpire Mr. Lynch. '
Smith's Errors Lost the Game.
Cincinnati, Sept 24. Boston won through
Smith's errors, which oo tbreo runs. Attend
ance, 800.
n. n. e.
Cincinnati 4 0 4
Boston 7 12 2
Batteries Fteher and Merritt for Cincinnati;
SUvetts aud Gaurl for Boston.
Earned runs Cincinnati, o: Boston. 2. Two
base hits Merritt, Ma&sey, Stivetts, and Con
naughton. Home run Dwyer. Stolen bases
Mcl'hee and Duffy. Double playfc McPhee.
Smith, and Masey; Connaughton. Lowe, and
Tucker. First base on balls By Fisher. 3; by
Stivetts, 3. Strui-k out By Mivetts, 1; by Fishor,
S. Wild pitch fctiv-tts. 1 ime 1 hour and 40
minuteb. Umpire Mr. Mc(uaid.
Kcsults on the Kunning Turf.
At Jerome Park: Stonenell, Konnel, Sir Ex
ces, Gotham, Adalbert, and Armitago. Entries
for to-day:
First race Ono mile. Boldomere, 103; Flirt,
Florinda. and Stonenell, 'JT oach, and White
wings, 107.
Second race Bedford stakes. Titan course.
Patrician Dobbins, Bubicon and Galileo, 122
oach, and Harrington and Stonenellie, 110 ea.'h.
Third race Five lurlongs. Selling. Metrop
olis, 106; Cockade and Midgley, 107 each; Utlca,
103; Pouch colt, SH, and Bomping Girl, C9.
Fourth race One and one-sixteenth miles.
Jack Kosn at. 1 Jodan, 107 each; LIghfoot, 101;
Galloping King. 102; Indra, 87, and Paris, 9J.
Fifth race Maidens, Fivo turlon s; straight
Mohawk, Ktslan, J'ouch colt, Tuscan, Foracor,
True Penny, and Parthenia, 10S each, and Jial
lirhoe, Bolvina, and Curious, 105 oach.
Sixth race Selling. Titan course. Shelly
TutUe,10S; Shadow, 10i; Long Bridge and Gov.
Sheetaan, 101 tach; Darkness, 107, and Agitator
and Speculation, 101 oach.
At Latonia: Judith, Alto June, Crescent, St
Maxim, Boyal Spirit, and Mollio E. Entries for
First race Seven furlongs. Tuscarora and
&. B Cox, S6 each; War Plot, 109; Bedford, Mas
ter Fred, and Tom Elmore, 10S each; Ixion, 111;
Invercauld and Emma Mc, 314 each, and 'fenny,
Jr. and John Borkeley, 117 oach.
Second race One mile. Selling. Alcthia
Alien. 7: Crevasse, 100: Strathol, 102: King Char
lie, 108; Clara Bauer, 101; Eli and Mezzo Tint,
107 each; Clementine, 103; Bhett Goode, 109; Be
morse, 112, aud The Ironmastor. 11 J.
Third race One and one-sixtoonth miles.
Charley McDonald, 97; ltspendont,100; reyto
nia and Lake Shore, 102 each: Buckwa, 104;
Yoorhi and Chant, 107 oach, and Henry Perkins
and Plutus, 110 oach.
Fourth race Six furlongs. Kimball Stakes.
Two-year-old colts. Malmaison, 103; G. B. Mor
ris, Galon d'Or, and lelln, 111 each; Curator,
Dominion, Sunburst, Cauetrood. and Free Ad
vice, 114 oach; Ellsworth, 115; Gath, 113, and Sat
euma, 115.
Fifth race Four and one-half furlongs. Se
villa, Aimee Goodwin, Annie 51., Conjecture,
and Bebecca, 105 each; Lottie Alter and Jane
Staffa, 108 each; Elskit aud Pure Delight, 112
each, and Daisy Kosa, Nellie Wagner, Meteor,
Nora H., and Ward, 115 each.
Sixth race Seven furlongs. Equator, Ben
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Henru FranG $ Son,
Cor. Seventh and D.
Avon, Frauleln. Sister Anita, and 511 83 Lilly, 10S
each; Uightmore, 111; Interfere, Chaimlon, and
Darovla, 111 oach, and Plutus, 117.
At Harlem Alderman Morris, Eagle Bird,
DIggs, Linnetto, Nophow, and Ell Kindlg. En
tries for to-day:
First race Fivo furlongs. Cinder Sal, Ella
Brooks. Boma, Baby B., My nobo, and Couronno
d'Or, 103 each, and Occula, Pattio Todd, Alvor
otta, Ida Sauore, Woolo, Eugenia, Sun Down,
and Sue, 110 each.
Second race One mllo and seventy yards.
Donella, Portugal, and Grade C, 99 oacn; Bobo
link, 102; Bed Glou, 101, and Professor S. and
Mulberry, 110 each.
Third race Fivo furlongs. Scamp, Soon Ovor,
Walter O., Katlo B., 5Iandollua, and Norvoso, 01
each, and Anna McNalry and Venus, 95 oach.
Fourth race Ono mile and three sixteenths.
Pearl N.. My Luck, and Bosslo Blsland, 97 each;
Cicely, 99; .lanus, 100, and Hawthorne, 101.
Fifth race Five furlongs. Walkover, Sallio
Calvert, and Dejuro, 90 each; ilomus, Madeline,
and Miss Alice, 93 each; Dick Behan, 93; Leo
Lake, 101, and Corin, 105.
Sixth rnce One mllo hnd twenty yards. Da
mask, Artie Fern, and Toota May, ;91 oach;
Paulus. 95; Uovolver, 101; Fakir and Vallera, 101
each; Snowball, Hapidan, Itlco, and Sly Lisbon,
105 each; Buck McCann, 10C, and Francis Fopo
and Vulturo, 10S each.
All Five Events at Alexander Island Went
to Outsiders.
It was hard lines on tho backers of favorites
yesterday at the Alexander Island course, not a
first choice landing the money. Tho surprlso of
the day was tho remarkable showing made by
Catechism in tho fourth raco. She refused to
break, and got off fully ten longths back of her
field, hut ran the fastest raco of tho lot, landing
a good fourth. In tho closing ovent Jim Lamb
broke tho Benjamin confederacy by running all
overBecket'shorso, and winning in easy man
ner. Attendance and betting good. Sum
maries: How the Horses Run.
Track good.
KO 1 First race Four furlongs. Soiling. Purao,
04 8100 Time, 0:51.
Jnd. Horge and ut St. St. Fin. Jockey.
B19 Pathway, 114.... 1 13 12 1 Dwyer.
J19 D. of Glo'st'r, 105 2 23 210 215 Johnson.
607 Lit Captain, 111. 3 4 3 34 Clare.
05 Smoke, 105 5 5 5 4 Boblnson.
352 51aJ. Hughes. Ill 4 32 4 5 Foster.
Fair start Won handily.
Scratched Manola gelding, 105.
Betting Pathway, 3; Duke of Gloucester, 1 to
3; Little Captain, 15; Smoke, 0, and Major
Hughes, 8.
;roX Second race Six and one-half furlongs.
Oi.0 Soiling. Furse, $120. Timo, 1:25.
JniL Hone and wt St M St. Fin. Jockeu.
512 Phil Daly, 99..... 2 1 r IS Johnson.
510 51cKeovor, 119... 3 SP- 2 2t Castlo-.
517 Headlight, 102... 5 5 3; 33 Murphy.
500 Solah.oa 4 4 5 4 King.
514 Aunt Jane, 102J4 1 3' ( 4 5 Clare.
Good start. Won driving.
Scratched St Denis, 102.
Betting Phil Ualy, 7; McKoever, evon; Head
light, 2; :-olah, 6, and Aunt Jane, 8.
Of4 Third race Six furlongs. Two-year-00
olds. Selling. Purse, $120. Tlme,l:lSJ4.
lud. Hone ana tct. St. St Fin. Jockey.
432 Finnwater,994.. 1 1MjU 12 Parson.
490 Miss Modred, 107 2 2?j 2J.2i Murphy.
521 Brogan, 111 3 4 3t 30 H.Lewis.
443 SonatorHlll,93.. 4 3n 4i 44 Johnson.
512 Kitty Clark a, 10S 0 6 5 5 Mooro.
501 Dr. Faust, 93.... 5 5 G G King.
Good start Won easily.
Betting Finnwater, 8; Miss Modred, 2; Brogan,
1 to 2; Senator Hill, 10; Kitty Clark colt, 20, and
Dr. Faust, 20.
XOT Fourth raco Six furlongs. Selling"
OJ. I Purse, 120. Time, 1:17.
Jnd. Horte and ct St. H SL Fin. Jockey.
530 T. Brophy,93... 6 Si 37 1JUrown.
523 Pottow't'mio, 102 1 2L, ay. Murphy.
512 Forest, 90 5 1L in 3 Dangler.
Catechism. 110.. 7 G 4 4i Mooro.
520 l.'edStar, 99 4 7 5 5 Johnson.
477 Annorean, 102... 2 4 G G Burns.
523 Hemot, 97 3 5 7 7 King.
Fair start on easily.
Batting Tommy Brophy, 4; Pottowattomlo,
oven; Forest, 7; Catechism, 10; Bed Star, 3; An
norean. 7, and Hornet, 32
'OQ Fifth race Four furlongs. Selling. Purse,
J L O $120. Time, 0:50.
Inn. none ana irt St. W 9- ?'" Jockeu
(4fi2) ,11m Lamb, 100.. 3 la 22 lDavis.
(512) Benjamin, 100... 1 21 li 210 Murphy.
52i) MarvB.,90 4 4 4 31 Danglor.
pil Snooks, 100 2 33 SL, 4 King.
Good start Won easily.
BettingJim Lamb even; Benjamin, 7 to 10;
51ary B., 8, and Snocks, 50.
Card for To-day.
First race Four and one-half furlong3.
index. Hone. Wt. I Index. Horn. TTt
483 Mollio Penny.. 112 519 Alico Wagoner 100
517 JlamloB. B... 132 414 F. lleverly....
500 Columbus..... 112 511 Keedmoro... ,
521 Gazelle 100 491 ilarkstono....
Second race Six furlongs.
Index. Horse. 117. I Index Horte.
523 Wyoming 90 53G 5IayorB
520 Lento 93 (523) Bouald. 97
Third race Five furlongs.
Index. Horte. Wt
(517) J. 5IcGarrIglo. 119
528 Snooks 112
(510) Tioga 119
520 Lum 102
520 May Bird. 109
Index. nrte.
481 Little Charlie.
517 Eunice
500 Ada Blue
500 Free Press....
Fourth race Five furlongs.
Index. Hone. Wt Index. Horte.
512 Black Child.... 93 491 Glostor
501 Senator 99 (522) Varunn
(1SW) Lady Teacher. 77
Fifth raco Four and ono-half furlongs.
Index. Hone. Wt I Index. Horse.
. 99
. 99
497 Manola gold.... 95 502 Bessemer 103
(502) Imp. Nora. 99 502 Johnny 103
First race ilollie Ponny; Columbus.
Second race; Bonald; 31ayor B.
Third race John McGarriclo: Tioga.
Fourth raco Varuna; Gloster.
Fifth race Imported Nora; Johnny.
.Miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
Senators rest until to-morrow.
Princeton's 'Varsity football team have begun
Lord Hawke's English cricketers defeated All
Philadelphia by IPX) runs.
Joo Patchcn and Pansy JIcGregor wore the
winners yesterday at Galesburg.
Oakland Baron and Alphonso Wilkes won tho
two-year-old trot and pace respectively at Co
lumbus, Ohio.
B. P Soarles, the bicyclist, failed to lower tho
road record between Chicago and Now York be
cause of bad roads.
Tho report from Louisville that tho Boston
Loaguo players had signed with tho proposed
now organization is denied by tho playors them
selves. Charles Campbell, hoavy-welght champion of
Maryland, is willing to moot any pugilist in
Maryland or tho DiMlri'-toI Columbia for a purse
or stake of $500 in oilhor a finish or a limited
round contest. Should this bo nccoptod in the
District of Columbia Mr. Campbell's represon
tativo will moot interested parties at The Wash
ington Times.
Orders for Cavalry Troops Changed.
There has Doen a further chango of tho orders
of two of tho cavalry troops at Fort 5Iyor. Troop
A, First Cavalry, Capt. Bomus, goes to Fort Stan
ton, 5low 5Iexico, instead of Fort Apacho, Ari
zona, and Capt Bell's command. Troop F, Sev
enth Cavalry, goes to Fort Sam Houston, Texas,
instead of Fort Stanton, Now31oxico. With those
changes the plan of reassignment 6tands com
plete. -o-
Naval Orders.
Ensign F. B. Bassett to Naval Academy. Liout
Commander Charles Dunlop, detached from
torpedo station, ordered to Naval Acadomy.
Lieut William B. Bronaugh, from tho San Fran
cisco to Naval Academy. Lieut. Alfred Boy
uolds, from Naval Academy to San Francisco.
Lieut B. A. Fisko.from tho San Francisco home.
Lieut J. A. Hawley, to examination for pro
motion. Look at Tills!
Best granulated sugar 5 cents. Our33, 35, nnd
S3 cent Java and 5Iocha coffees can't ho beat
With 1 pound Thea-Ncctar tea, 1 pound baking
powder, or 1 -pound popper, you get a handsorno
special present The Great Atlantic and Pacific
Tea Co., 501 and 503 7th st; 1G20 14th st; 3104 M.
st nw.; 815 H st ne. Branches In all the mar
kets. ZJ. H. Bowjun, Jlanasor.
est Gran. 5 Cts
Wo Just received a carload of beautifully decorated 18-Inch Vases nnd 2-quart5raJolIca
Pitchers. This beautiful lino of wnro can be seen In our show windows at 729 Seventh
street The vases would cost you ono dollar oach from any dealor, and tho large deco
rated pitchers, 75 cents. Wo will give either a Vase or Pitcher with
One Pound of Tea or Three Pounds of Coffee,
Java and Mocha Coffee
Best Mixed Tea . . .
We wish to say a word to you concerning flour. Tho genuine
"Electric Light Best Family Flour5'
Is protected by trade mark. Every sack has stamped on It the words TBADE MABK
NUMBER 21,801. Otherwise it is not gonulne, and THE PUBLIC ABE HEREBY CAU
TIONED against being decolvod. Those placing this brand of flour upon tho market
without tho trade mark aro Impostors, and will be dealt with as the law directs.
Wo sell Electric Light Best Family Flour, $3.25 barrel. "LILY OF MINNESOTA" best
patent Flour, 81.25 barreL 3 Largost Buraford Yeast Powder for 25c. Wilbur's
Cocoa, 20c can. Chocolate, 18c cake. 2 cans Baby Brand (best for Infants)
Condensed 5111k, 25a 6 Cans Sardines, 25c 3 Boxes Table Jolly, 25a
3 Packages Quaker Oats, 25a Largo Bottlos Vanilla and Lemon Extract, 10c
8 packages Macaroni, Vermicelli, Tapioca, Farina, or Sago for 25a Now Mackerel, 3
pounds, 25a 5 pounds Codfish, choice white, 25a 3 pounds Lard for 25c. Ham, Shoulder,
Breasts Wo sell only best Baltlmoro sugar curod. 3 cans Tomatoes, Peas, Corn, String
Beans, or Pumpkin for 25a 3 Flat Iron Starch or Elephant Brand, 25a Hominy Grits, 5
pounds for 10a Squirrel Brand Corn Meal, best for table use, 15a sack. White Drip
Syrnp, 45a gallon. White Wino Vinegar or Cider Vlnogar, 17a gallon. G pounds Large
Lump Starch, 25a Largo 10a SIzo Bottlo Blue a Oa 7 cakes Star Soap for 25a Baisins,
Currants, and Prunes, 3 pounds for 25a
Lieut. Kelly's Friends Placed Over 2,000
Votes to Ills Credit.
It was feared that tho enormous coupon re
ceipts of Sunday might cause a lapse on Monday,
but thero was no such result All day long tho
envelopes passed over tho counter or wore
brought in by postmen.
Llout. Kelly recolv .id 2,032 votes, placing him
boyond the 15,000 mark. Sergt Daley's friends
had saved up 1,518 littlo square papor lozeugers
for Monday's contribution and their zeal puts
his name in big type on tho roll of honor. Pri
vate Pearson also got safely over the 10,000 line
into display letters and he received 1,G51 votes.
Trlvato Naack's watch-winning brigade Is evi
dently saving Its ballots for a sudden rush, for
ho only received 10.
The Tijiks regrets that thp press of advertis
ing makes it impossiblo to publish all tho letters
received about tho contest, but communications
nre acknowledged from tho following: Clarcnco
Loifllor, B. A. Chicken, "Adm irer," '"Wc6t End,"
W. Bruce Coston, "A Constantlteader," Matthew
Camaller, "A Friend," "southwest Frinnds,"
Juslco," "A Little Girl," "C. M. Cunningham."
At tho closing of tho polls tho score stood:
Lieutenant Kelly 15,335
Scr&cant Daley 11, 148
Private John A. Pearson 10,790
Private C. G. Nauck (Eighth Precinct). . . 5.1C3
Privato James Ci&clo (Filth Precinct)... 1,805
Privato C. C. Estes (Sixth Precinct) 1,131
Capt. Austin 313
Inspector Hollinbergor 274
Private Daniel Sullivan (Sixth Precinct) S)2
Privato Golabert (Eighth Precinct) 146
Privato Auldridge (bocond) ISO
Private S. Murphy (Second Precinct).... 127
PrWate .1. E. Sears (First Precinct) 102
Privato J. Mulvoy (Sixth Precinct) 07
Privato Kimmol (Sixth Precinct) 08
Sergeant Joseph Acton EG
Privato Goss (Eighth Precinct) 55
Private J. D. Sutton (First Precinct).... 54
Private Potee 54
Lieutenant Amiss 51
Privato W. Biley (Ninth Precinct) 54
Private Crawford (mounted) 39
Privato Barney 39
Lieutenant Gcssford S3
Privato G. B, F. Smith SS
Private Maypiu 33
Private A. Stonhouse 32
Privato Sedgwick (Ninth Precinct) 20
Sergeant Montgomery 29
Take for instance our Black Clay Suits
at $15 for dress purposes, compare them
with custom tailors' work. You seo tho
differenco In price, that's alL Of course
If Pa's rich and Ma don't care, why, con
tinue to pay two pricos for what wo sell
you for ono.
S. Bieber's,
903-909 8th St. S. E.
When you can bo relieved of the most ex
cruciating Bunion or Corn, Ingrowing or
Club Nails In a fow minutes by our scien
tific treatment no pain call and bo con
vinced. Prof. J. J. GEORGES & SON,
Foot Specialists,
Parlors, 1115 Pa ave.
1 8 to 6 n. m, Sundays, 9 to 1 p. m,
30c lb,
50c lb.
China, Glass, M
Sole Agents for McConnell's
Gum Proof
Water Filter.
923 Penn. Ave.
Hundred fools
wouldn't equal
one smart man.
Picking from five
hundred poor
suits doesn't
equal picking
from a hundred
selected ones.
Search all New
York and you
wouldn't find a
cleaner, nobbier
' i
newer, or more
moderately priced line of
Men's Suits 510 up.
315 7th St.
00-0'93-D';G'$-' S
For the next ten days a
small lot of STRICTLY
(Amorlca's Boprosentatlve Bicycle). L
' Safety Bicycles, Wil3on-Myors Co., y
, Bockaway, N. J., makers. They have all '
r tho up-to-date Improvements, and will
I bo sold at tho reduced price of Sio. V
" Former price 6150. Call aud oxamino w
k the finest thing ever ollored in the shape
r of a High Grade Bicycle, or drop a card W
i and I will call and seo you. Address
125 F St. N. E.
Important Jobs,
Such as LAWYKBS' BRIEFS and the like,
receive our particular attention. Wo can
turn them out quickly and correctly. We'll
have tho work done for you at the time
promised, and you may bo suro that tho
results of our offorts will meet with your on
tiro approval. Soe us for quick PRINTING.
McGILL & WALLACE, Printers,
1 107 E Street Northwest.
Letter Files,
Document Files,
Filing Cabinets.
All Office Supplies.
Office Specialty M'f'g Go,,
1324 G ST. N. W.
I fio25-tn.thj
Our First Anniversary "Opening" was a
success beyond all expectations or prece
dent. Never, even in the days of the
"Moran Shoe Sale," was our establish
ment filled with such a concourse of people.
The Public Well Knew
we never did things by halves, whether
it was having a "sale" or an "opening," so
when we announced we were to have an
"Opening," with sweet n?usic, flowers, and
.treat our patrons to a luncheon, they knew
we meant every word of it. Had the store
been even triple its size there still would
have been a crush.
We Thank You Heartily
for your unmistakable appreciation of our
efforts to please you to make this your
"shopping place" to give you better
shoes for less money
Than Any Other Shoe
Store in Washington.
We shall keep up the good work, as all
the new stock is now in, and represents
the "creme" of the shoemaker's art.
1 All This Week
we shall quote the same low "Opening"
day prices, and we challenge you to equal
our stylish shoes anywhere in America at
our prices.
shoe palace;
810 Seventh St.
A Well-Served Dinner
Sharpens the appetite and makes the eatinc doubly enjoyable. "We'rn fas: bafldlnrr -i
enviable reputation on the excellence or our dlnnera. Best of eTerythin? -iaai9ita!
cooked and well served. WVro making a specialty of early dlnnera from II a. m. to" rl
m. A splendid dinner for only 20 cents. Late dinners, 50 cents. From 12 to 7 Yen can
not eat good meals and pay Jess for them anywhere.
Pennsylvania Avenue. Near Sixth Street Northwest.
Life and Property Destroyed in a Moment's Notice.
The transportation companies furnish schedule time as to when they start on a tour
ney. Death and disaster do not favor the public in. this way. Insure your life and
property at once. Do not delay. I represent the best Life and Fire Insurance compa
nies In America. Socure your policies at once. Call and consult.
1314 F Street
Insurance on Eggs.
Grocers purchasing from us can safely feel their pur
chase is fully protected. Anything wrong with 'em
VOU cet VOUT ITlOTiev'hark Shipments received daily from tho best
JUU &CL Juui mUUh-- farmers of Virginia and Maryland.
Buck's Dining Room,
930 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Dinner, 15c 21 Meal Tickets, ,$3.00.
ilENC Blue Fish, Rice Soup, Lamb Pot Pie,
Roast Beef. Corn Beef and Cabbage. Vege
tablesBaked Beans, Banana Fritters, Sliced
Tomatoes, l'otatoes, mashed. (Oystors, all
styles. Charges extra.) French Pudding, with
raisins. Pies. Coflee, Tea, and ililk. subject
to change dally. se!3-lmo
The COCHRAN will reopon October 1,
nndor the management of JOHN C.
MULFOKD. It will bo conducted as a
first-class house in every particular.
Occupying ono of tho best locations in
the city, with communication t all
points bystreet cars.310DERX IX ALL
APPOINTMENTS, unexcelled in interior
nrrangoment, furnished throughout in
tho best stylo, and constructed in tho
most durable manner, it is virtually
For diagram of arrangement of suites
or slnglo rooms, and terms, address at
the hotel
Do You Know
For past 3 months while others were idle wc have been making Fall Over
coats in order to retain our help, and have Kept over 100 cutters busy.
Now our prices are lower than any other firm, BECAUSE we bought
our cloth DIRECT from manufacturers in Europe and America for CASH.
You receive the benefit.
Coats that last year would cost $20 this year for $13.50, and full silk
lined at that.
ALL day:
World's Records
and Highest Honors.
The Only Bicycr
Holding Them.
No Other Machine is Made
with Drop ForgingSt
Ride the Best.
Always in the Lead.
The Universal Favorites.
Illustrated catalogue mailed free.
Dealers in Bicycles. Tricycles. Velocipedes,
Guns, Rifles, Cutlery. FishlncTaekle.
A fuU line of Baseball and Sporting Goods ot
Every Description.
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