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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MORJSXNCr TIMES, SUNDAY - BBPTBMBEll 26, 1807. 15 Continued from Page 14. TliiP latter play lias not been seen here hhKW llJO Kendals gave it. The pictorial embellishments ot Thomas II. s0lavl8 i.nd William T. Keogh's "Fall ea.Aiotig Jlricvc," the new play by Fruk Ilarvev, who wrote "The Wagon ot Sin, "Woman Against Woman" and oil: sucoero4!S are out of the counnon. There are twelve elnlwrate scenic set, each being & marvel ot stage picture-, the magnificent view ot High Bridge blMUimuc the Harlem River being one of the itMit realistic scenes ever shown on the te- The famous bridge i& repro da&e-! lu every detail, and is a triumph of ijUlgOiTaft. The play Is replete with,sen KWlonal features, the most thrilling"! cing the soul tirring dive from the lop uf Lhe bridge oC Mile- Trcnband into the river flOy feetlxjiow. F.illen Among Thieves" wflfbe tlie attraction at tlie Grand Opera. Hobm thlb week- J touting Sunday evening, October 3, to NinUia Theater k James Paxton T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MOILING T1ME& SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2tf, 1897. illllll vs4 x-SSssL w f M TO LIVE T7BLL ON S2 A WEEK. One Working Girl IIo- Solved the 3iMei Alter Fiwr Ye r' Study. Kew York. Sept. 25.-The hundreds at oaseer seeker, as wU as the thousands nvtfavc disooveo-d ttett there Is no such jyntr'r Aore for them, may be glad of a tfew Wat ftom a wort-lag sW "wfco cars ilo Sew York four years ago with notti togto depend upon except tbe $10aweek. iwoicta wa iltted by tbe name ot alary." Ibis yoimg woman's exper eaoed It&s tveii quite varied, and le facts wiwcfc site ha paiTBered with reference U ctocai living la a large city -apply Just well teHCe ia other cities as to ttifct S wuicb ste resided. M have tried all varieties of living daoe I um to Kew York," says ttois jwmnr woman, "I -was toW n'ten 1 at--rtrea that it wmb be cheaper to Hve in Ihooklyn; tmX aft Che ji- with fHiiulk-s M tbwic sleeping Hi the ctty beyond tbe steadier os that account. I -Ifcoaght it best ; fir merelv to Rrt a ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MORNTSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, SBPTEMJBEB 26, 1897 DOMESTIC ECONOMIES. Ketv York , Sept. 25 -The average young woman who comes to. New V'ork to work begins her career in n downtown board Ing.house. Thehalhuom back, four flights, up, at $7 per -w eek sees an endless sue ojfrfoii of tfruggiing anpirants If Hie "young -woman lb uceeisful and gets on, as tb phrase J, another year frees her niDe dawn a flight into a room which seem, absolute luxury attar the year of dresetaR in Uie middle of her folding hod, loeatse until It was closed for the dy tiwre ws not standing room on the floor. And tl.en as she gets to know the great city le hears the tIk of studio life with it smack of Hi.J.cmin . ami she tires of the uoardittA Houss environment and longs for lm"4-l(r quarters of her own- Cut .she must be fairly well established financially, uefore she makes the experiment, for to have a room in a studio building is to nssumetbe responsibility of a year'sreiitnt -a. ti4ng umn a wage-earning woman ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

18 THE MOBSIMTOTS, SUNQApT, SEPTEMBER 2d, 1S97. THE H1HBEU PROHLEU America's Conquest of the Hemi sphere Must Be Won There. CAPTAIN MAHAN'S WARNING The OnrlUbean Sea tlio Medlterra uetiu of the "Western "World The Great Suilce, "We Huve In vol veil and the Conflict Sure to Come "Uiik 12og;luud. Ccukcs superficially very diverse, out cs eeaU.tlu the same, in that theyarose from and btill depend uon a lack of local po litkvl t opacity, have brought the Mediter ranean ad the Caribbean, ir. our own time, t" tHinliar conditions, regarded ab quantn.co of Interest in the spliereof inter national relations- Whatever the intrinsic value of the iw Oodles of water, in them selves or in tlioir surroundings, whatever their prevent contributions to the pros peritj or to the culture of mankind, their outiilouus characteristics iiow are their IKttKJcal Hd military Importance, in the broadest sense, as concerning not only the countries that border them, but the world at large. Both are laud girt Bea...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MOBBING- TIMJTS, STjYJ?AY, SEPTEMBER 26, JS9T. STRUCK BY a , PAItT II. "When Mr. Sbnllcross had spoken to me f what lie had (tone, and or what lie ruH hound to suspect, 1 became ex ceedingly ai?ry. It reeuied to ie that PQ0fle-Vifi the kindest and snobt lion anaMe wri -acking their bruins to niafec horror vm of trifles- I concealed ny fivtia? as well a I could, for I did not wfaa to quart!, but with tut intent la r-ove to Mr. Sballpross that the blov. be ijl urmmoned oot of the regions of bit- iiuajrimuiou could not have been made wtofo an ad, I went to a hard ware tfiore. Tliere I found that Uie adae Lead were told separately from the handles, and while 1 was looking at tfme oX the foiuier, 1 noticed that their Ifeaumter ends had square surfaces. I looked nv otters and others; the hammer ends were all square. Then I asked the dealer if bj ltfid any with round hammer ends, to widen he replied that they were net iimde la that way. At another jriaec -where they sold hard ware, I c...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SFNAY, 'SEPTEMBER 26. 1897 Mi MAtx Kllfott PcawrflV latest novel, ""The History of Lady Betty Stair," has a pi -eared in book fr-uu. Ip it. Indeed, a history Ii. fact or a hi-mrv Iii fJcUon" There is a flavoi or atuabt about the unvarnished lacts in Lady Botty Stair ca.se that leads one to believe that the a-ithor lms found tlx-iii in Huif n.-gleeted family record or overlooked bit of olograph- From 0 it pom: if view "liss Sea well lias executed & charna'u; and uncommonly pralsewoifh piece of work- Mie lias evidenced a scei.t for ciJoiat.lt Ju-toiv and she has pre-b.-utud !.wr find in agu-eable narrative. The history, .. a stards, . a bit of history, ih productive of a calm pleasuie i"or the adci. for which lie will hold the auttwt in gratitude. Her ityie lb d aste, delicate. the teiuiw of the nar rative often suggests, and her presenta tion f h.cilents for cuiiiulativu interest is in the main effective But if Ljdj Petty and her hiatoiy arts pure and tmi'c ema...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

05m JFair; cooler; light'to fresli northwest to nortli winds. Circulation yesterday (Sunday), 23,640. Daily average last week, 40,036 :rcO. 1,285. WASHINGTON, MOSTDAX MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 27, 3897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. fi LYNCHING 18 KENTUCKY Raymond Buslirod Hanged for Assaulting Miss Roberts. MOKE DOWN TOE JAIL DOORS Tnlien Into the Courthouse Yard, He IVus Given Five Minutes to Prny - um Then Jerlced Ui Fully Six .Hundred People "Were "Witnesses of the Execution. 'Ilawebvllle, Ky., Sept. 26. Tbe first, daylignt lynftblng to occur in Kentucky sluce Murderer Barker vas hanged from tlie courthouse window in Lexington, fifty years ago. occurred here at 5 o'clock this afternoon, when Kuymond Bushrod. a twenty-year-old negro, was hanged by a mob for assaulting Miss Maggie Roberts. The crime occurred near PetrJe Station, three miles from here, yesterday afternoon. Miss Roberts, who is only Mxteen years old, had' been sent to the station to buy KWie grooerfeb- llnK a mile from home Mie w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE MOEJSrrNe TIMES. IQifDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1897. 2 CLOSED ALL DAY TOD AV ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY- EISERSAfJ BROS-, Corner 7th and E Sts. N. W. Ko Branca Store In Wasnincton. MINIS li REPUBLICS Central America Upset by Am bitions of Party Leaders. ANARCHY MAKES A SHOWING Reports Tliut tho Assault on Presi dent Diaz, o Mexico, "Was the Result of u. Conspuacy DTutched in Guatemala Costa HIca MaKe lVar "With Guatemala. La Llberfcad, Salvador, Sept. 20. The revolt in Central Allien can republics arc becoming widespread in their effects. How far they may go is a iratter that causes no little concern throughout the whole TerHtbhcaa system of the southern part of Uie owitiuont. la Guatemala aid CostaB.icn the re volte are more vinous thau for a long time, d, a verj -well luown, periodi cal dfequiolude has prevailed there for a eerie of year. ilwwarchj is said to 'have a hand la the dteurdens, an evidence of which Js de clared to tta ve beeu shown in the assault last "rek of Arroyo upon Presi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MOPlY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1897 TIE FRENCH EXPQSITIOI Some Americans Have Already Filod Applications for Space. RAPID INCREASE OF INTEREST Sppolul Conmiihioner Handy Suye. thciVuiorlcau Exhibit nt the Great IFhIt of 1000 "Will Be Worthy of fitlie Country Kxpeets n Generous Appropriation by Consresn. 1iParIs,Settf.. 26. The interest or Ameri cans in the great French exposition of l09'iR being demonstrated this early by tte nct that applications have fceeu filed Ir Space from Americans residing in Paris. The special American cpmudbsion wvMfcJor Closes P. Handy, has been quite lney since his arrival here. 11a jor Handy ifc asaiBted by Lieut. Baker, formerly of tite Joroign transportation department of the GolHinYiian Exposition, and by tlie secrotiary rf Ue commission. Col. Chaillet Long. The special commissioner has published a Etfete&ient of progress up to date, from w-bioh the following extracts are made: "TlMsre lb a rapidly incieaslng interest In .America with reg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES. MQNPAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1897. fEllttj0 (lIOEXING. EVESTNG A2CD SU3TOAT.) The Washington Times Company. STILSON HUTCHTNS, President. HUTCHIXS BUILDDfO: ScBSCurruoK Raxes. MO,jrTOI.Y. by CAKninn: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morniiy; and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents livening and Sunday.... Tliirly-fivo Cents BV MAIL. One y"oar, Morn., Eva and Sunday, 55.50 Six Months. " " " " 3.00 Three Months. " " " 3.75 One YoRr, Morning and Sunday 4.08 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three MomUs. " " " 3.25 One Tear, iivoiiing and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " ...... 2.25 Three Months, " " J 3.25 Sunday only, ono year. 3.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied hy subscription price. TSeuiphones: Editorial Rooms, 48G; Business OBice, 1040. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Twins for the veck ended Saturday, S$ptoinbtr SS, 2897, teas as otttes: &m4a, September 19 23,547 2Ioda, September SO 39,850 Tveedap, September gl 40,008 IVcSnaedaf, September S 40,050 TlurHfay, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

J' THE MOBNIKG TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1897. iB :eS"2S ! Lansburgh & Bro. t New Arrivals. 1,500 yards Japanese Gilt Drapery. Beautiful pat terns and colors. 8c. yd. 5,000 yards 36 inca Silko linc. All colors. Kew Silk Patterns. 12 1-2C j'd. One lot Satlnette Drapery. Just like silk. 36 inches wide. i5c. yd. One lot Hungarian Cloth. 32 inches wide. Odd patterns and colors for pillow covers. 25c. yd. One lot 50 inch Derby Tapes try. For draperies and fur niture covering:. 3? i-2c. yd. One lot Cotton Damask. 50 Inches wide. For draperies and furniture covering:. 60c. yd. One lot Figured Belgian Plush and Corduroy. 28 Inches wide. Eeautiful pat terns and colors. TSc. yd. One lot of French Tapestry. For furniture covering:. 50 inches wide. Rich dark colors. $1.00 yd. One lot Irish Point Vestibule Panel Lace. 30 inches wide. $1.25 yd. One lot Carpet Sweepers. Guar anteed to give perfect satis faction. $1.25 each. , Estimates furnished free on all kinds of Drapery and Un- e hofstc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE JUOKNIEG TIMES, M0&PATZ, SEPTEMBER 2?, 1897. 6 WOE II SENATORS' GAMP Washington Team Is Probably Boohed for Ninth Place. HARD GAMES TO BE PLAYED Vrtgoer'n Aggregation "Will Be Lueky to Wlu Another Game Great Flslit Between the llaltl inore and Uowtoii Teams Uphill "Worts of the Heunenter. Boston 90 3S New York... SI 46 Cincinnati 74 54 Cleveland.... 69 59 .539 Brooklyn 60 69 Washington... 58 69 Pittsburg 56 71 .465 .457 .441 Chicago 56 Philadelphia. 72 .438 .419 o Louisville 51 77 .398 St. Louis 28 100.219 GAMES YESTERDAY. Cleveland. 8; Louisville, 4. CinciiuiatI, 8; St. Louis, G-First game. Cincinnati, 10; St. Traits, 1-Second game. GAMKS TODAY' "Washington at ev YorK. Oiistou at IJnltlinore. Philadelphia at Jirooklyu. LoniMVille t Cleveland. Chicago at Pittsburg. Cincinnati at St. Louis. There is weeping and wailing a-plenty in the camp of the Wagnerites since the Sena torial aggregation once again joined the second division. The fans have gone Into sackcloth and ashes and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE MOBBING TIMES, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, t89T, moketjunted a.vdjto loan. -a"new planT $10 to 51,000 to loan ox household furniture, pranos. horses. carriages. etc., u itboul removal from possession of ownir. lou can have the money the' day you PPy for jt Payments on the principal, ..n? awunt . -will be received at any I line. N which xvni lessen cost of loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you if loan is not made htrictty confidential. Floae call for further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-era 602 Frt- nw. WANTED -To borrow $500 "cm" aT paicMip policy In the Equitable Life Insurance Go. of New lorlc of $2,000; no eommts- ltt,s- Address EQUITABLE this oWlcc. iVANTED To Ijoitow $1,500 on 2 sil twrbaa lieuses; commission, 00. S. T. S., tills office. se20-3t 1aAKS rrotu $5 to $60 to reliable pnrlic?.: &1kq money advanced on bicycles. Room 8.Genwt Bldg.,cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nw. ne21-7t,em LOANS from SO to :50 to reliable partlew; alto money advanced ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 189T. (III Boys' "Eull - lv content and CROCKER'S, FIID5 WORKER IE HE Movement Iiidependen tof Wealth With Concerted Action by AH. A COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME Labor Orsiiulzntioiis ami IndlviduiU to Be Invited to Ai-mM In I'uttliur Into Operation a Thin for l'rovid iojr Emiiloynient for "Worthy Idle Hen und Women. A gcnScnmn cornected with one of the Government dejiartnieiHs of this city has devised a very comprehensive plan for ptovidlug employnv'nt and self-subsistence for wortity enforced idle men and wumcn, which, ir nut Into operation, he beliees would become a permanent recour.-e for ameliorating Uie -ouditiuub or impoverish jiient which overtake our workingmen and wrfctn$rotiieu lrom time to time, espe cially la the laiger cities, because or their need for employment. A Time lejiorier willed on the gentle man m ie1o to obtain tin- details of the scheme -which promises to much good for the -working lact He expected to see ommb prominently co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

ifl&H. OTT j& Fair; cooler; northerly winds. Circulation yesterday, 40,030 NO. 1,2 8 b WASHINGTON, TUESDAY MORXINGr, SEPTEMBEE 28, 3897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. THE PQLlTiGftL PQT BOILING Opposing Forces Lining Up in Greater New York iDENRY GEORGE DOMINATED iTJnltcd Democracy Denounce tlic 'Effort to Shelve the Silver Issue iind Declare for Municipal Oivnei slilp of All Franchisee A Stir ring Letter fnim ilr. Bryan. iNew Y-jik, Sept- 'St. For mayor, Henry George, r the borough of Brooklyn. For emantroller, John G. Boyd, of the boreugh of Manhattan. iFor president of the municipal council, Wlqlfohl Scot. Overton, of the borough of Quosns. Tins is the city ticket nominated hy the firtit Democratic convention held In the new city of New York. The nominations iv sr made it the convention of the United Democracy tonight. The convention was a gathering of radi cal Bryan men, "who are satisfied that Tiinmany Hall cannot be depended on to uphold Bryanism. Hoary Kicttolb presided. On t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

TBCB MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1897. 2 Foil of fashion and saving. The three st3Tles of men's top coats we are offering at $7.50 can't be touched else where lor less than $10. Made of all-wool covert cloth and cut the proper leuiri.li and fullness. Eiseman Bros., Gcrser7ttandESfcs. "N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. BOB J. P. SPIHDLBR'S BOOSE Burglars Secure Five Hundred Dol lars in Jewelry and Cash. Family Was Away for a Couple of Hours and Heturned to Find the House Ransacked. Tbe hte of Mr- J. P." Splndler, at No 034 O streot northwest, was last, night robbed. The burglary was committed be- j tweaa the hours ot 8 and 11 o'clock, and when tle robbers made their escape they toak wttfa them jewelry and money amount ing to $500. Mr. siHiHile and his mother and sisters left titeir home at 8 o'clock to make a caU. KveryLMitg was In god order when they left. They returned at atiout 10:30 O'clock, and when one or the members ot the amity went upstairs to retire It was disc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

THE MOKNI2STG- TIKES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1897. S IG FOR GOOD ROADS Gen. Stone's Report (o (lie Agri cultural Department. OH3H WANTED FROM CONGRESS Experiments Being Curried, on by Contributions From Agricultural Colleges ntl Experiment Stations M'eU Designed Steel Trucking Can lie Prufluibly Applied. Gen. TXry Stone, chief of the office or roaii inquiry of the "Department of Agricul ture has completed his annual report. He dwells poo the literary -work doue durtug the year. Tbis -work lias included uveal v bulietfus Jiiirt ilfteen circulars of informa tiaa. wMch have bPcn greatly sought for. Gen. Siokc slat- that the distribution has Itetai greatly hampered by Hie reguln tte plMlnga price upon tlie bulletins He begs to renew ihe suggestion that the publications be placed upon the footing ot the fHrmeiV bulletins. Gan Stone lias 1 educed the force in Mb offte'e and advanced the work of ob ject lesson road building. No fmids being provided by Congress for actaal road construction,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 3S9T. 8Sme0 HY The Washington Times Company. SXH.50N HUTCHINS. resident. BrTCKixs bui&disg. Stjbscmitiox Hates. Mojctwxv nr Carrier: Morning, Evenh and Sanilsv. Fifty Cents Morning anil Sunday Thlrty.ftvo Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents JJT MAIL. One Year, Morn., Ere. and Sunday, SfinTS Els Months, " ' " " S.M Three Months. " " " " 3-75 One Year, Morning and Suartnv...... 4.03 Six Mouths. " " "" 2.23 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday..... 4.08 Six Months. ' " " 2.25 ThreeMonths, " " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year.,.". 1.09 Orders hy mail must he accompanied I3 subscription prioe. Temifhonus: Editorial Booms, 485; Basinees Office, 2640. Circulation Statement 27 crrtvJaUo. of Tux Timbb for the u eel' endtd SatMrtktg, September S3, 3897, w ct follows: Sunday, September 19 28.547 Jen&tr, September SO 9U.S3G Tuesday, September tl 4O,0GS HedNoxfay, September S5 40.05C 27,wwfaty. September SS 86,099 Triicm. Sept...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

THE MOB STING TIMES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1897 5 $$ H Lansburgh & Bro. f THIS CHILD'S COAT & ONLY S2.25. This pretty Coat, made of Eider down, with large sailor collar, trimmed with Angora Fur. These come In Cardinal and Cream, with new style sleeve and extra width skirt. Special, $2.25. EMBROIDERIES at REDUCED PRICES Here is the resultof one of our recent purchases: 10c and l2Jc Cambric Em broidery, in white and colors. Closing out price . . . 8c yd 25 c Cambric and Nainsook Em broidery, 9 in. wide, closing out PrIcc He yd All of our 35c Nainsook Em broidery, from 9 to 27 in. wide, closing out price . . . !9cyd ONE LADIES' HOSE SPECIAL. Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Hcse, fast color, today's price . . . 15c I twS'& IViake, Lay and Line the Carpet Free! And we do more than that. We make no charge for Uie two or threo yards that are -waited Jn matching figures- "Win any other dea.er do as MUCH ask him and SEE! We are showing over loO diMorent patterns in New Ingrain Carpets rich...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 September 1897

THE MOILING TJMiFS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1897. 6 IE HIT! ORIOLES FILL Thousands of People Witness tlie Champions' Humiliation. THE STORY OF THE GAME Corhett Studied In to Pitch, Hnt Was Injured Nops, Hoffer and Amole-The Pitchers Lust Their Nerve nd the Game lleeunie a Contest nt the Hat. W. L. Pet. Boston 91 3S .705 Baltimore.... 8S 3S .69S New York... 81 47 .633 Cinimati 74 55 .574" Glevelafid.... 69 59 .539 Brooklyn 60 69 .465 Washington... 59 69 .461 Pittsturg 57 71 .445 Chicago 56 73 .434. Philadelphia. 75 .419 kuiSYille 51 77 .398 aLcuis 29 100.225 ti- T n( m GAS1BS YESTERDAY. "WashiitKton, CI; New York, 3. Post on, U); Uultimore, 10. Pitt?hnric, 5; Chicago, 4. St. I-Oilis, 5; Cincinnati, 1. GAMES TODAY. Chicago at Pittsbnr. Baltimore, Sept. 27. Before a leeord-bre-Mwg crowd of 28,000 people, the Bos tone trotmoed the Champions today and took the load in the procession for the pennant. Socto scene were never wit nessed oe any ball park as those at Union Park today. The crowd...

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