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THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES.
VOt. XV.?No. 180 PRICK THRICE CttjrS. ROAHOKE, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1896. rU1tJ' ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEO K A MS. ALL, THE NlffS OF THE WOKL?. PTHBJ WKiTUBK. ForNHt for Vlrclnlat Generally fair; not so warm during the day, bat conditions oontinae favorable for local " thunderstorms In the evening; south west? er It winds. A leaky roof-a provoked family ?general discomfort. A 'phone message-trouble rem edied?everybody happy. Does Your Roof Leak? Boaoolfl Roofing awl Matal Comic? Ct., Oommeroe St. nnd Franklin Bond. J. B. COLLINOWOOD.-Manager. -'Phone ?S. A Seasonable nnd Bellnble Preparation? Sterilised Malt Extract. 3ts tonIr and neurlshlng-u/aallties supply all the essentials for the sustenance of thVbody. 'It renews the health and makes the weak strong, its dolleate flavor T.iaKCB It gratifying and welcome to the weakest etomact.. Bottles, 36c; Per Daten, ?V. BICYCLE TIOKBT WITH EVERY Sr,c. PURCHASE. Hassle's Fkaraacy, 109 Jefferson Street. Old books tc road, old wood to barn, old friends to trau, UiiO Link iKsnnxMca to Ortend Uro*. The /Etna Is guided by Hon. Morgan ?. Bulke ley, ex-governor of Connecticut; a man of the people, who knows their wants and foels for them. Oar policies are safest, cheapest and best. Ask about them. GEO. I.. HART. Agent, Room No. GC6, Terry Building, ?Phone 18?. HOANOKIC, VA. Women's Ideas inanWal W i rri m i Are more practical every day, and'?very day there are more Tablets used?more people fiod what patience and time-savers they are. There are Tablets made of all conceivable papers, for the fastidiouB and the care? less, the traveler and the *tay at-home. 5c for the medium grade and 10c for the linen, and up and up. THOMPSON-PRICE CO. 10 ? auiplM II Si. t?~ Our store closes at 8 p. ex? cept Saturdays. Sterling, Springfield, Columbus SEE BICYCLES. TBEM. - 80LD BY - YOST-FORRER CO. (L'f d)N pxqT? EVERY LADY IN TOWN Shonld have one of the beantlfal COUCHES that wo are offering for -$10. Ton wonld be astonished to Fee the lovely Damask and Flash RARLOR SUITES That we are offering at the low price ot $25 and $30. If yon wieh a Urge stock ot Houaefurnishlng Goods To select from, call and eee us. We hate one of the largest lines of Refrigerators and Ice Chests In the city. Call and see them. If yon wtrh to keep yonr rooms cool, oall and select OB* Of onr beautiful WINDOW AWNINGS. One ot the nicest lines of White Enameled Iron Beds Etc r ehown In Roanoke can be found at The F. H. Stewart Furniture Co. 1 GOLD Awaits You. C (?UEssyrax number of bbans and fbas in tbb jar in ocr window and qbt f90.C0 in gold. with bvbrt purchase wb give you a CHECK. which wb print while you wait. it only takes a moment, and TUB check has value. savb 'iiiem, and WflJtN thsv amount to A dollar you arb invited to come and OUBS3. the ? saving of more chbcks means more guesses. H. C. BARNES, "HE PUTS UP PRBSCRIPTIOIS." TBE LAW IS CQNST1T0T10HAL Important Decision by the Su? preme Court la a Om? to Tost ttao Louisiana Statu*? HequlrlDi Ballroads to Furnlih Sojp ar? to Ooaches for White and Cot weed Persona?Jadgo Harlan In Dissenting Say* It Wonia Bo a? Itauonttu to Separate Amerleae* From Foreigners, Wahuihoton, May 18 ?The svpaeme court of the United -States decided! to? day la the oase of Plessy t/s. Ferguson, that the statute of the State of (Lotlt lana requiring railroad companies; to ?apply separate coaches for white ind oolored persons is oonitttutlonal, afHrfn Ing the deoisloa of the court below. .Justice Brown delivered the opinion. Justlee Harlan dissented. \ Justice Brown dismissed thlflicase with a very brief opinion, merely saying that the State legislation In this case was analogous with legislation providing separate schools 'for colored and white children. Pleasy, a mulatto, was pat out of a coach on the Baat Louisiana railroad set apart for whites and was placsd under artest for violation of the law. The proceeding in this court was based upon an application for a writ of prohibition against the trial of the caBe by Judge Ferguson, of Section A of the criminal district court for the parish of Orleans. This application was first made to the supreme court of Louisiana and was denied. Justice ?rown's opin? ion affirmed the State court's opinion. Juetice Harlan, la his dissenting opinion, said that it would be juBt as reasonable to require separate ooaoheB for Americans and foreigners, for men of Latin race and those of the Teutonic, or for men of differing views on politi? cal or religious questions, or to require that one side of the street ehould be set aside for whites and the other for blacks. He contended that the law was repugnant to the thirteenth amendment. Railroads were, he said, public high? ways to the use of which citizens are entitled. IHK OVEKN'? DBAWINO BOOM. ninny Americans Attend the Reception at Buckingham Palaeo. London. May 18.?The Princess of Wales, assisted by her daughter and Prince Charles of Denmark, held the largest drawing room reception of the season at Buckingham Palace to night in bebalf of the queen. The weather was warm and threatening but groat crowds lined tbo mall. The Marquis of Salisbury and tbe commander-ln-ohlef, Lord Wolseley, as well as all members of the diplomatto corps, were among tboie present. * Tbe Americans presented were the Duchess of Marlborongh, formerly Miss Ooniuelo Vanderbllt; Mrj. Calvin S. Brloe and her two daughters and Mrs. Douglas Grant, of New York. Mrs. Henry Asqulth, formerly Miss Merger ette Tennot, was also presented. Thomas F. Bayard, United States am? bassador, and Mrs. Bayard and Mr. Carter, Mr Bayard's seoretary, were the representatives of the United States embassy present. DESTRUCTIVE FOBBST KIKES. Farmers Leaving Home to Escape Danger. Parkersburo, W. Va , May 18.?For? est fires in Wood county yesterday; hun? dreds of men ineffectually fought the fires, which are burning more fiercely this morning than last night Lumber? men estimate loss at 8500.COO The middle fork portion of tbe county is completely wiped out. The adjoining forest is now burning, wl?h Indications that the entire county will be devastated unless it rains. Tbe weather is dry and warm with winds. Tbe farmers have left their homes to so?k refuge in larger towns. So far no deaths are reported. DR. CHAS. G. CANNADAY, - SPECIALIST. - NERVOUS DI -K ASKS, DISEASES OF WOMsN AND SURGERY. (112X Jefferson St. Honrs S to 10 a. m.. Offices: i 3 to 5 p. ra.; and 121 Eighth ave. s. w., ( from 13 to 2 p. m. 'Phones 236 and 949. Accommodations tor patients at Rehekah Sanitarium. DR. ALBERT A. CANNADAY, SPECIALIST. PRACTICE LIMITED TO Diseases of tbe Eye, Ear, Hose, Threat, Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted. Office corner Salem avenne and Jefferson street. Over Van Lear Bros'. Drag Store, tyotilcc 'Phone 46. It esldence No. 408 Church street, 'phone 245. THE BEST 18 TUE CBEAFEST. Stielt BUil HaiiTes Bros'. Pianos Are Strictly High Grade Instruments. Tbe Celebrated Packard Organ is tbe Best Factory I'rires, Easy Payments, Without Interest. J. E. ROGERS. Sole Dealer, 104 Jefferson St. ANOTHER MONOPOLY. ' The Ice Combination Mow Hm the Feoi>l? .? o. lotDok? liy the Throat. / Last year a combination was formed among the ioe dealers of this oily'for the purpose of advancing the price on ice. After this was done the proprietor ot the Salem lee Company. Mr. A. Kalt hoff, eame here, and according to hie statement, agreed to rent the npper factory on Centre avenue n. w., and manufacture ice tor the city. The com? bination promptly offered an advance of 8100 on the rental price, which was? ac? cepted by the owners, and the conse? quence wae that the faotory stood idle for the year. Mr. Kalthoff at once in? creased the outpnt of the Saleaa faotory and haeled his surplus ioe to this city and offered It to the people at 40 cents per hundred pounds. The combination bee anas alarmed and reduced the "com? bine" arlee to meet the competition thus made by the Salem man. In thla way the people ot Roanoke were saved a great -deal of money. Bat matters are different thle year. .The toe dealers took time by the fore? lock and have fastened the most abso? lute ioe monopoly on the city of Roa? noke that was ever imposed upon a people. "The Nottingham Coal and Ioe Company" and "The Ioe, Coal and Cold Storage Company," formed a combine* Uon under the name of "The Consoli? dated Ioe Company" and at onoe pro? ceeded to raise the pr,oe of ice to the consumer to cu cents per hundred pounds, whioh is out of all reeaeon. The price charged for Ice last year was somewhat reasonable, but was still too high, as evidenced by the fact that lee Is now being furnished to the saloons and to market men at 80 cents per hundred. The combination profited by their experience of last year and In order to shut off the Salem concern, It is alleged that they purohased the entire output of the Salem faotory over and above what Is actually needed to sup? ply the trade of Salem. This was not done with the expectation of the Con? solidated Ioe Company ever getting any Ice from Salem, as the Salem poople cou'd easily arrange for their output to be no more than enough for home con? sumption. It is said that they paid Ssoo for this output, which of course was a low prloe for privilege of ad? vancing the prloe on all Ice retailed In the olty just even fifty per oent. The monopoly at present prloee will be worth thousands to the combination. The people should not consider for a moment that the money will oome out of the pockets ot the combine. Reader, just ask yourself the question, "Do tbey pay 11 or do the people pay It?" This Is not all, the service rendered by the loe company 1b not at all satis? factory, and It has been Impossible for people residing In the principal resi? dence portion of the olty to get loe for three and tour consecutive days. It was stated yesterday by a gentle? man of unquestioned veracity that short weights are generally given and the loe company always gets the advantage of the weight of the loe hooks In weighing. Much complaint is being made regard? ing the men who deliver the ioe, most especially in the southern section of the city. One wagon sold ice and refused to dollvor it at a distance of 150 feet from the wagon. Again, they will not de? liver loe unlesB they are able to make the correct, ohange?whioh shows the unaccommodating spirit of the hide? bound monopoly. The monopoly discriminates against the poor in the way of prices, as they will sell Ice to families who are able to purchase 82 worth of tickets at 50 cents per hundred pounds in any quantities wanted, thus giving the rioh or wealthy an advantage of 40 cents In the purohase of 400 pounds of Ice. Truly the hand of monopoly Is a curse. Second hand Knabe Piano, ?125.00 A sri.B.vniD seoond-hand Knabe piano in good order and tune for $125.00, on payments of 86 00 per month, without interest. Hobble Piano Co., D. W. Meadows, city manager. a Charred Body Found, Atlanta, Qa., May 18.?A close search of the ruins of the Markbam House block, which was swept clean by fire last night, revealed this morning the charred remains of a human body, which proved to be that of W. T. Ztcbary, a negro driver, who was SBleep in a oarrisge in Patterson's livery stable, whioh was one of the first buildings destroyed. So far as known no other lives were lost. Nominations Confirmed by the Senate. Washington, May 18.? The Senate, In executive session confirmed the follow? ing nominations: William Lochren, of Minnesota, to be United States district judge for the district of Minnesota; Lee Jenkins, of North Carolins, to be consul of the United States at Patrae, Greece; Robert Ransom, of North Carolina, to be second secretary ot the legation of the United States to Mexioo. first of tbe season: tiiat deservedly popular drink, " limeade," at massik's pharmacy. Kicking; Against Weyler Havanb, May 18.?Some of the for? eign commercial houses have com? plained to the consuls of their respective countries of the Injury whioh they will suffer through the prohibition of the ex? port of tobacco leaf. Having done this, the consuls oabled to their governments asking for Instructions and calling at? tention to the Injury which It is claimed the proclamation will do to commerce. A Fatal Thrum. Lexington, Ky., May 18 ?Ueorge Bradley, one of Bradley Bros., a well known turfman, had a row with Griff White, a stable hand, which resulted in Bradley jabbing a pitchfork into White's head, from whioh he died. Bradley was arrested. The United States Government re? ports show Royal Baking Powder su? perior to all others. Ml THE HtTlOML CAPITAL Proceedings of the Senate and ' House Yesterday. . Allen's Resolution to Investigate Alleged Election irregularities In Ala? bama Defeated In the Senate by a Decisive Vote?The Bill For the Bogta tratlon of Trade-mark* Pasted by the Bouse. Washington, May 18.?The Senate to-day by a vote of 6 yeas to 41 nays defeated a motion by Mr. Allen (Pop.. Neb.) to prooeed with the consideration of the resolution to Investigate alleged election irregularities in Alabama, occurring at the time Oove rnor Oates was elected over Reuben F. Kolb (Pop.) Four Republican Senators, Chandler, Frye, Q all Inger and Morrlll, and two Populists, Allen and Pfeffer, made up the affirmative vote. Jnfr; Allen took occasion to deolare that the vote dlsolosed the insincerity of Republican Senators to their profes? sions in behalf of honest elections. Mr. Sherman responded that it was not for tbo present Senate to go in the general Investigation of olaotions, aa these reso? lutions proposed, and Mr. Chandler (a. 11 ), author of the resolutions, ex? plained that the adverse vote was due largely to the disinclination to displaoe appropriation bills. ,The resolution authorizing tbe em? ployment of stenographers and clerical staff for the Investigation of reoent bond Issues of the finance oommlttee was re? ported and agreed to. Mr. Chandler secured the adoption of a resolution calling on the Attorney* General for a statement of tbe condi? tion of the Government suits Instituted in New York olty as to the Joint Rail? road Traffic Association between Chicago asd the Atlantic Seaboard. The entire day of the Senate after 1 p. m. was given to the bill regulating gas rates In tbe District of Columbia and the bill fixing the prioe at SI per thousand was passed. Bouse Proceeding*. It was expected that the House would take up the consideration of the immi? gration bills on the calendar to-day un? der a special order, but owing to the pressure of other matters the order was not presented until just prior to adjourn? ment. It was then amended so as to give to-morrow and Wednesday until 4 o'clock for the consideration of these bills. There are four of them. The McCall bill provides an educa? tional test; the Stone bill provides for I consular inspection and tbe Mabany and Corliss billa provide for more rigid en? forcement of tbe present immigration laws and oapeoially deal with immigra? tion from Canada. Quite a number of minor bills and conference reports were adopted and three bills were passed un? der suspension of the rules aa follows: To allow tbe bottling of distilled Bplrlts in bond; to expedite the delivery of imported goods in parcels and pack? ages not exoeeding 8500 in value, and to provide for tbe restoration of trade? marks on bottles, barrels, corks and other receptaoles used in interstate and foreign commerce While a bill donating condemned cannon was being considered Mr. Erd man (Dem., Pa ) raised a laugh by mov? ing an amendment requiring the Secre? tary of War to see that the cannon were spiked. "I do this," said he, "be? cause the pensions committee to-day favorably reported a bill to give a pen? sion of 830 a month to a man who was injured by the explosion of one of these condemned cannon." CASK OF GONZALES MENDOZA. Why Spain Has Not Surrendered Him to the United State*. New York, May 18.?ConBul-General Williams has telegraphed from Havana, Cubs, that the authorities there refuse to deliver for extradition to this coun? try, Mariel Martin, alias Gonzales Men doza, who is wanted here on tbe charge of swindling August Belmont & Co. out of 824,000 by means of a forged draft. The ground upon which the Spanish authorities refuse to give up the alleged swindler is not stated in Mr. Williams' dispatch. A Washington dispatch says: It is learned at the State Department that the report of tbe refusal of the Span? ish authorities to extradite Mendtza or Martin, Is an error, arising out of the fact that Consul-General Williams wired that the man was under arrest, not on the oharges made against him by the United States, but for other causes, the nature of whloh he did not know. The State Department papers, asking his extradition, have not yet reached Havana. The Proposed Carpenters' Strike. Buffalo, N. Y., May 18 ?The pro? posed strike of carpenters to day for the eight-hour work day was met by a look oat As tbe men presented themselves at their respective shops they were re? quired to answer a question as to whether they were for eight hours; if the reply was in the affirmative they were discharged on the spot. By noon 200 dismissed carpenters had reported at union headquarters. A protracted struggle between employers and jour? neymen is anticipated. Explosion of a Petard. Madrid, May 18.?A petard was ex? ploded to-day in tbe street near the royal palaoe. No damage was done. Investigate Our priceB, terms anil methods of doiug business. You have all to gain and nothing to lose. We can stand it. RICHMOND MUSIC CO. O. T. JENNINGS, Manager, KOAXOKE.V A. TWO FIREMEN KILLED. Twentyoue Building? Totally Dutroved by Fire la Washington. Washington, May 18.?A oonflagra? ?Ion, whioh resulted in the Ion of al? most a quarter of a million dollars, and in whioh two firemen were killed and three seriously injured by falling walls, oeourrea in this city about 8 o'clock to? night. Twenty-one buildings, with their con tents, were totally destroyed la the space of about two hours. The burned district consists almost entirely of oora* mission and wholesale jobbing houses in the square bounded by B street, Louisiana avenue, Ninth and Tenth streets. The fire started in a branch station of the Postal Telegraph Company, located on B street, and le suppose to have been caused by lightning, a severe thnnder storm having just before passed over the olty. The buildings were filled with a mass ot inflammable material, whioh made it difficult tor the firemen to oope with the progress of the flames, whioh spread with great rapidity. After two hours' hard work the flames were under con? trol. The list of dead and Injured, all ot whom are firemen,follows?dead: Giles, engineer, company No. 9; Griffin, mem? ber of truck company No. 3. Injured: JoeMulhall. J. Mc ill woo and Arthur Donaldson. One man named Keplar was taken out of the ruins alive after being entombed for five hours. Two others are still in the ruins and are undoubtedly dead. A rough estimate plaoes the loss on the buildings on Louisiana avenue at 875, 000 and on B street at 850,000, Some of the individual losers are B. J. Adams & Co., C. Taylor Wade, W. W. Leshire, John A. Davis, W. S. Ander? son, W. M. O'Shreve, H. C. Coleman, J. B. Crowley, C. W. Brown, J. H. Sem mes, Mathleson <fc Co., Wm. E. Clark, Leving & Co., G. E. Swain. A. Malone, Roth & Geoghegan, Compton, O. O. Splcer and F. M. Walker. Their losses are mostly In stock. Much of the property is held by the Van Ness and Semmes estates and it is bollevod to be well insured. In addi? tion to the above Sam Benslnger's horse bszaar in the same block was destroyed, involving an estimated loss of 835,000. General Lee In Washington. Washington, May 18.?Consul Gen? eral Lee is still In Washington In dally oonsultation with the officials of the State Department. He will have an Interview, with the President to-mor? row, after which it may be possible for him to fix definitely the date of his de? parture for his post at Havana. His family will not join him in Havana un? til next tall, but he will be accompanied when he leaves Washington by his son, Fitsaugh Lee, Jr., who goes to Cuba in an unofficial capacity. Ford's Trial Begun. Washington, May 18.?The trial of Irwin L. Ford, the negro who confessed to the recont brutal murder of young Elsie Kregio, near the Zoological Park, began here to-day. The entire session was devoted to the seleotlou of a jury. Owing to the revolting nature of the crime extreme dlflculty was found in making up the panel and when the ses? sion was over only eleven persons re? mained In the box, subject to chal? lenges. The court finally ordered that sixty talesmen .bo summoned for to? morrow. Death or a Danville Lady. Lkxinqton, Va , May 18 ?Mlas M. Mercer Williamson, only daughter of Col. Thomas M. Williamson, of tho Danville, Va , Military Academy, died here suddenly last night at the resi? dence ot Dr. Hunter l'ondloton, of the Virginia Military Institute. She was here on a visit to her friend, Mrs. Pen dleton. She was one of the best known society young ladles in the State and a general favorite. Colored School Commencement. Winston. N. C. May 18.?The annual commencement exercises of Slater Academy and the State Normal School for both sexes of the colored race opened here to-night with a high, mer ltorlous musical concert. The Institu? tion has many warm friends and strong supporters North and South. It has six Instructors and four departments, gram? mar school, normal, Industrial and musical, and Is recognized as one of North Carolina's leading educational institutions. Have You Been the Plectra 'Phone? It Is an attaohment on the Everett piano, which, by the use of a third pedal, can be made to Imitate any stringed Instrument almost perfeotly, such as the harp, guitar, banjo, mando? lin and many others. Call at Hobble Piano Co. and hear this wonderful in? strument. Ilrutal Murder at City Point. Petersburg, Vs., May 18.?Word reached here to-night of a brutal murder at City Point, a short distance from this olty. The body of the victim, John Maugee, an Inoffensive colored man, was discovered lying on the bed In his cabin In a horribly mutilated condition. The bloody axe with which the assassin committed the deed lay beside the bed. An inquest vi* held this afternoon and a verdict returned of murdered by parties unknown. Baptist Anniversarlea Inaugural. Abiiuby PARK, N. J., May 18 ?An in? augural meeting of the Baptist anniver? saries was held to-day In the big audi? torium. There were more than 3.000 people In attendance. A speech of wel? come was delivered by Founder Brad? ley. The anniversaries proper begin this evening with a Woman's Baptist Missionary Society meeting. Forty People Killed. Omaha, Neb., May IS ?A speolal to the Bee says forty people were killed on the Pawnee reservation by a cyclone Four people were killed near Fall City by the samo storm. Screen doors, all s!/.?a, 790. each. Screen sssb, 25c. each. J. H. rS ilkinson. 102 Third street s. w. I SERIES OFJPHISB VICTORIES How the Spaniards Conduct War in Cuba. They Gain All the Battle* ?t Trifling; Loesea on Their Bide and With Com? paratively Few Casualties Anywhere. Ia Havana Province th? lotargonta Are Dlscoaraged, and Elsewhere Flee In*; Front Spanier* Troop*. ft Havana, M?y 18.?-The Insurgents in the province of Havana are sstd to be discouraged. The insurgent governor, Anrelio Betenoourt, and Masso, the in* aurgent leader, have been making great efforts to oonoentrate the Insurgents, but up to the present without success. The insurgent bands commanded by Collsso and Borges, which bad been united with the Intention of joining a larger force and attacking the Majani line, have been dispersed and have sought refuge In the swamps. They are said to stand in fear of Betancourt and Masso and to be trying to avoid them. Borges is said to have surrendered to the Spanish authorities. Collazo ia re? ported to have been killed. The insur? gents have burned the buildings of the tobacco plantations of Vega El Be* cuerdo. It is reported that tbe insurgent lead? ers Francisco, Leite, Vldel and Nunez have landed on the north coast between Canas, Ymarabi and Baracoa. . Tbe local guerilla foroe of Corrallllo, province of Santa Clara, recently sur? prised a numerous band of insurgents at the plantation of Lulsa. Seven of the enemy, lnoludlng the insurgent leader, Felipe Rodriguez, whose body has boei. Identified, were killed, and on the gov? ernment side only the captain in oom mand of the guerillas was wounded. Col. Hernandez, while reconnoltering in the swamp lands of Pinar del Rio, met a foroe of Insurgents. In the en? gagement whioh followed six of the latter were killed and one man was made prisoner. During several skirmishes wnch have recently taken placo in tbe province of Havana, Santa Clara and Santiago de Cuba, the insurgents lost ten killed and the troops had two men killed and Lieutenant-Colonel Jul and several privates have been wounded. BA8IBALL yesterday. Lyncbburg Had No Trouble Winning From Koanoke. Lynchburg. Va., May IS.?Roanoke could not bit Wilson to-day and as a re? sult the home team were easy winners. Score ? R. fl. K. l.ynchbnrg. 1 0 8 8 0 0 0 1 0-7 14 S Koanoke.. ?.1OOSO000 0-1 6 3 Batterie*?Wilson and Pear: Coons and Wil? liams. Kiebmoade' Easy victory. Norfolk, Va., May 18.?Jack Wentz was partly responsible for Rlchmonda' victory to-day. He made two very yel? low errors at crltioal times. The vlsltore put up an errorless game. Home rune were made by MoFarland and Hallen tyne. Score:- K. H. B. Norfolk. 1000030 CO? 4 !> 5 Richmond. 0 0000301 1? 5 11 U Batteries ?l'tanmlller, Ullrov, Ulankenshlp and BoweriusD; Tsnnehlll and Bolacd. Petersburg Won. PKTKRsnuRG, Va., May 18.?The locals won tho game from Portsmouth to-day because the visitors failed to locate Packard's curves until the eighth in? ning, when they caught on and pounded out six runs to whioh they sdded two more in the ninth. The field work of the borne toam was very ragged. Soore? R. U. K. Petersburg. 1 0 4 5 0 0 ? 0 :i-? 17 6 l'ort smooth. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0*''.!? S 11 4 Batteries?Packard and Stanhope: McNamsra and Rollins. Among the Amateur*. The Terry Hill Sluggers played two games with the Belmont Sluggers yes? terday afternoon and defeated them in both games?first game, IS to 5; second, 0 to 3. Batteries, first game, Saul and Koch; second, Hlbarger and Edwards. THE NATIONAL LEAQCB, At Cleveland? RUB Cleveland. 10000000 3- 4 9 0 Baltimore. 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 D- 3 7 4 Batteries? Yonng and /.immer; Ksper and Robinson. At St. Louis - RUB St. Louis. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 *i a Boston. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0? 3 6 S Bstterlee?Hart aid McParland, Nichols and Bergen. At Cincinnati? RUB Cincinnati. 3 0 S 3 0 1 0 1 x it 14 1 Philadelphia. 0 0 0 1 0 S 0 u 3- 5 1 0 Batteries?Foreman and Peltt; I.ucld and Orady. At Lonlsvir.e? R U B Washington. 101210000?6 8 S Louisville.0 00 11)1 0 1 0-3 0 8 Batteries?Jsmes and McAnley asd McUulre; Ulli and Miller. At Chicago? RUB Chicago.?.... 8 0 1 1 0 T 4 0 x-15 9 1 New York.:oi 0 003000?3 9 9 Batteries?Terry snd KlttridKe;Seymoar,C*mi> fleld and Farrell. At Plttsbnrg?Plttaburg-Brooklyn game post? poned on account ot wet grounds. Bicycles, 8)10 Cash, ?10 Per Month On "Columbia" and "Hartford" bicy? cle*?. We also have a nice line of lamps, bells, etc Call and see us. Wellford Wheel Co., No. 157 Salem avenue. THE OLD RELIABLE ! JEWETT ESTAIU.ISHKD 18CO. Tare and Rich In Tone. Baey Klistlc Toech. %%r We Invite the attention ot musicians espt dally to thll fine ptauo. Hobbie Piano Co. Hole Dealers.