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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 June 1894

' " j - xx'iiTjserlgj5$p.vsfl Were You Ono of the big crowd we supplied with THIN CXOTHE3 yesterday? If j ou were you feel moro COMFORT ABLE and look dressier this monftsg than yoa did twenty-four hours ago. If ou were not, come lu to-day and let US make YOU COMFORTABLE. You'll find OUR stock of thin clothes complete. Serge Suits, Tlaanel Suits, Unlined Ciissimcre and Tweed Suits, Thin Coats and Vests, and Odd Coats In Serge, Flannel, Mohair, Sicilian Cloth, Silk, -Drop de eto, Tongce, and Alpaca. Whito and Taney Vests, Linen and Duck Trous ers, Negligee Shirts, Leather and Duck Belts; in fact, everything that is proper and seasonable in Clothes and rurnishings for Men and Bojs. The very best qualities at the lowest possible prices. ftobinson, Gherulfc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Send in the Photographs. To tho four prettiest babies In Washington under 3 years old we offer four liandomo prizes FIKST PKIZK S IX GOLD bECONI) 2MilX 4-J3 IN -OLD IIIHCD ri'IZE I0 IN GOLD rOUKTII l'KIZK, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 June 1894

.LvwmAmwmkwm fff-VfW, Sp'SS'V; inycv -f ' 3 - V2 '5sTS'iSlv- THE WASHINGTON TIMES si il VOL. 1. NO. 88. WASHTNi&TON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOBBING, JUNE 13. 1894. ONE CENT. rsj? I V WOMEN TURNED TO FURIES Hundreds of Them Attack a Gang of Italian Laborers. ONE MAX FATALLY INJURED Extra Deputies Sent to the Berwind-'WhUe Mines Miners Hot Satisfied with the Columbus Compromise Agreement Coal Trains Held Up in "West Virginia. YfEiXRBono, Pa., June 12. Sheriff Irvln, of this county, returned this afternoon from Ar not, where he was summoned last night to aid In quelling a riot of formidable dimensions, arising out of the coal miners' strike. Tho sheriff brings. the first details of the affair, which resulted in tho fatal Injury of one nnd tho serious Injury of a numbei of other members of a gang of Italian laborers, who were attacked by stones, clubs, and other weapons in the hands of an infuriated mob of several hundred men, women, and children. The troublo arose out of the attempt upon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 June 1894

fpP -ff' '- -v" -is. KaJr; fSSjPlfflplspl the Washington Times (Evert Dxt ct Tint Trutt OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Pnblishing Company TIMES BUILDING. TOBKZB ELXTCiTIZ AKP E STBKETS NOKTHWEST. Business Omcx,4SlELKTETBTSxnN. W. Telophone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, 837-i Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents, By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHEJaTOH, D. C, JUNE IS. 1891 The Weather To-dav. District of Colombia and Virginia: Gener ally fair, but with indications of thunder hovers In the afternoon; continued high temperature during the day; west winds. e "DtDX1 I tell yon so?" says the almanac Tnx various Bill Daltons might organize a Ooiey brigade. s Me. HxvxxxTxn seems to hare given some Quay explanations. Lirr ns have that $1 gas berore the con gressional light goes out. -- It wis very evident that Senator Murphy had waved the Troy shirt. Whkj it comes to taxing linen, the Senate Is neck and neck with the laundrymen. . SOT.TAX Mtx...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 June 1894

--" w3jCsJSViS J? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1894. r !-a? -- .'t-tf CITIZENS TO HELP PYTHIANS Mass Meeting at Wlllard Hall to Devise Flans of Cb-operatlon. ALL WILL WORK WITH A WILL Commissioner Eom Presided He Said ti Encampment Hut Be a Success Mr. Good hart SpeaVi for the Knlghti Committee of Fifteen Appointed to Arrange Affair, A mass meeting of citizens was called yes terday afternoon'at'4.80 o'clock at Wlllard's hall to devise plan9 for co-operating with the committee of the Knights of Pythias to pro vide for the entertainment of visitors to the grand encampment, which is to be held here " Jn August. Among thoe present were Com mlsslonor Ross, Lawrence GardnerfJohn Jay Edson, Frederick Kelly, James SIcNabb, jr.; Richard Goodhart, chairman of tho entertain ment committee of the .Knights of Pythias; J. E. Smith, chairman of the public comfort committee; Capt. Gibson, Marshal Wines, Scott C. Bone, Theodore Noyes and Harry P. Godwin, and a number of business men and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 June 1894

.sa -f?Se A THE VASHESTGrTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUXE 13. 1894. jj IT Itoally scorns as It wo have the ONLY COMPLETE stock of. THIS CLOTH 1KG in town, so many men come in and say they havo tried in so many other stores nnd could not get suited or fitted, but they do HERE, cither in Suits, Thin Coats and Vests, or odd Coats, Tor OUKS is a COMPLETE stock, not a sample line. Como in to day and we'll replace that heavy suit with one which will bo just as drossy but will make you look and fell COM FORTABLE, and we'll do it "for loss money than any ono else can, too. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and FStreets. Send in the Photographs. - To tho four prettiest babies In Wnshlncton under S years old wo Offer four handboiue prize'. FIItST ritIZE M IX OOLD. SECOND l'WZE S23 IN COLD. THIItU riiJZK W IX OOI.M. FOURTH PRIZE, 2 PAIRS OF THE F1N- EST SHOES IX STOCK FOlt THE BABY AND ITS JIOTHER. Wo hnve already received a large number - of photos cf the wee little contestants, which - will bo numbere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 June 1894

-y ISO. t& THE WASHINGTON TIMES J it VOL. 1. NO. S9. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY HOBNING-. JUNE 14. 1894. ONE CENT. - -U-W---- .-WW?5R BATT0IR TOTALLY BURNED Fire Destroys the Immense and Costlv Plant.at Benning. LUCKILY NO LOSS OF HUMAN LIFE Icorei of Lambi Singed bat Not Killed. Butchers T. T. Keane and Andrew Loeffler Heavy Losers One of the Largest Blares for Yean Loss More Than $100,000. The Immense three-story brick building of the Xashington Abattoir Company at Benning, and he entiro contents, consisting of dressed meats aid rateable machinery, representing an in vestment of $150,000, were totally destroyed by fixe yesterday afternoon. Shortly after 2 o'clock the employes suddenly discovered a cloud of smoke emanating from near the center of the main building, and almost before the alarm of fire could be turned In and before any valuable property could be removed the entire building was enveloped In flames. Engine company No. 8 from this city was the first to arrive upon t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 June 1894

- t- SNH?(ffC ''V'S'iJf-''Ptif mr"t-ww &?? 3 -Or. T, THE WASHINGTON TDCES, TflTJBSDAY. JUNE 14. 1894. rv-.wmffS'' i"-'1' &f p The Washington Times (EtTKT DAT Di THI TUl) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BTJILDIXO, CoxMZit Elitettb akd E Streets Northwest. Browns Orncz, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business OD, S37-2. Price, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents, By the month Thlrty.flve Centa, RApESlilr)COUNCIU3 WASHKQTON. D. 0., JUNE U. 189. "Weather Forecast. For tbe District ol Columbia, Maryland, and Tlrglnla, probably light showers In the early morning; fair during most of the day; easterly winds; cooler In tbe middle of the day, but stationary In the evening. -tf The Alabama campaign has reached the shooting-iron stage. ' It Is now In order for Mr. Croker to ex onerate Mr. Havemeyer. The King ot Cores is furnishing a flagrant example of absenteeism. Not many unwary people seem to hare fallen Into tbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 June 1894

V .""' J-JSTv .r-ssf3 SStt--"" v THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THUBSDAX,'JTOTEt14. 1894. 3P"" "3RSS?" HEARING-ITS FINAL YOTE What Will Be Done When the Tariff Bill Passes the Senate. LIMITED NUMBEROPCONFEREES Senate Leaden Said to Be Desirous of Hav ing the Committee a Cloie Corporation. Statement! by the Vice President, Speaker Crisp and Senator Yoorhtw. Thera Is consWerablo gossip at the Capitol ft tn tariff bill U nearinc tu final toU in the Sen ate concerning the number of the conferees ou both sides and the tests the bill Trill bar to undergo before being accepted by both Houses and recelrlDff the signature of the President So far as the number of conferees is concerned a story has been going tho rounds during the past twenty-four hours to the effect that the tariff loaders in the Senate, realizing that they bod framed and passed a bill which was not satisfactory to a largo number of Democrats In the House, and to which, therefore. It was prob able a yery considerable opposition would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 June 1894

-y wl- -,r2:rSE jy tS'TS&W lrf - tr . -i.fi "- 4 " 1 " 'V X the washujgton times, THUBSDAT, JUNE 14. 1894. m 8.50 AND $12:50. kb We put on sale this morning on our third floor all small lots and odd sizes (about twelve hundred) of our Men's Suits. Those that have sold for $io, $12, $15, $16.50, and $18 are $8.50, and the $ao, $22.50, $25, $27.50, and $30 ones are $12.50. These arc not anybody's shopworn trash, nor are they sweatshop gar ments manufactured especially for hurrah sales. They are the small lots and broken sizes of OUR OWN INCOMPARABLE STOCK, the same sterl ing qualities we have always sold you, the productions of such world renowned firms as ROGERS, PEET & CO. and BROKAW BROS. There has been no juggling of price tickets, nor a single garment bought for the occasion. The' are all out of our regular stock and have the original prices still on the tickets. There are mixed colors in Tweeds, Cassimeres, Cheviots, and Worsteds, and plain solid colors in Thibet Cheviot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 June 1894

i75YP rt's-'v- SraSPKFZTS THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHTSTGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOBINTtfGr, JUNE 15. 1894. OITE CENT. TOIi. 1. !NX. 90. ASHINGTONIAN SUSPECTED Buffalo Police Thought He Killed Ex City Clerk Delaney. MURDER FOR A WOMAN'S SAKE Seal Estate Broker Giles C. Kush the Sub ject of Inquiry He "Was Found Asleep in Bed at Home Officers on the Wrong Scent. Aisassin Later Gave Himself Up. Buffalo, K. Y., Jane it William Delaney, ox-cltj cleric, on of the best Vnown Democratic politicians In Buffalo and a lawjer of crowing reputation, was shy tly after 6 o'clock p. m. ahot and tilled In his room In the Ribbio uulld lng, on Main Btreet, by a man who until an hour afterward was unknown. Tho rooms in the Kibble bulldlnc are reached by a hallway that Is used also for the rooms over tho Gold Dollar saloon. At about 6 o'clock one of tho bartenders of the Gold Dollar was coinlnj; down stairs from his room on the top floor, when he was met at tho landing of the second floor by a man, who asked h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 June 1894

rvn -Tr'-v? -'J- 5rpVSi'Sngi'?TT-W-,l?340-"-'?,""vr'' " f f '.-T'San S3S53S.7SS'' " -j 4"w "s-: FgggBSSKSfaPW??-!. jSsfSWfK Ftipi- -.-?p-fi3t -? V THE WASHTtfGTCXff TIMES, FRIDAY. JTXNE 15. 1894. The Washington Times (EVEHT DUV IV THE YEAH OWNED AND ISSUliD BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDISO, COKiFB ELEVENTH AAO E STRrETS KOLTDVEET. Bcsivlss Office, Ml Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Offlce, 837-4 "rice. Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Tdition Three Cents. By tUo month .Thlrty-flvo Cents, WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 15, 1831. Weather Forecast. For the Distriot of Columbin and Virginia, fair; probably slightly warmer; southeast to outh winds. It APriAos that Mr. Croker is playing the jading part in "Hands Acro3 the Sea." Tueee has been another reorganization of the Italian cabinet It only happens about cco a day now. It is approximately probable that Lord Bosebery will appeal to the country on the Epsom Downs matter. -- A Detkoit man says that ho w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 June 1894

HHPHMBIIBMSBHHS!!!SHIHHHr5S5EZ3SS333Kai HSli THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1894. rwS--iw-7?v'?r'"?5M.-. .-v.-- ew,g5jrr. ,,.,--?e;9. w-rc 'gf?? WIHAH BETRAYED BIS TRUST Damaginfl Admissions Made Under Cross-examination. VIOLATED STRINGENT RULES Borrowed from Banks Without Dnn'i Knowl edge Eeceived Money of tho Finn's and Appropriated It to His Own Uco No En tries Made in the Books at the Time. New Xobz, June 11. When the trial of Erostus WIman, charged with forgery, was rosumed to-day, Mr. WIman describod to the Jury the circumstances which led up to the Writing of the letter of February 20, 18S3. Sir. Wiman explained that Lawyer Hac Farland had telegraphed him to come to his office. He did so without delay and waf then told by Lawyer JIaeFarland that gross irregularities had been found in his accounts. JIaeFarland told me,'' said Mr. Wiman, "that I would nave to transfer all my property to -Mr. Dun and that my -ft ire was to make a similar transfer of all lior property. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 June 1894

yrW i-$-J ' "?"" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAT, JUNE 15. 1894. THE Merc announcement of our small lots sale of Men's Suits was enough to crowd the store all da' yesterda. The people knew that such GOOD CLOTHES as OURS are not to be found everj'where, and when an opportunity to secure them at these prices occurs they are not slow to avail them selves of it. Here are the prices of this greatest of all cut price sales: All small lots of our $10, $12, $15, $16.50, and $iS Suits are now $8.50, and the $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, and $30 are $12.50, mostly large sizes. Come in to-day and see them. If your size is here take it at lowest price 3'ou ever saw for such qualities. Don't forget the Boys to-daj'aud to-morrow; they'll need something now for commencement da, and 3011 can get it to better advan tage HERE than elsewhere. Robinson, GhBnjifcGo,, Twelfth and F Streets. "groceries DOWN TO-DAY and SATURDAY JOHNSTON'S, 729 7th St. Teas, Coffees, Spices Lower Than Ever. Three-string Brooms, 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 June 1894

?7Tr - -''vJIS-Sw TH?E WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 2stO. 91. WASHINGTON, D. Cm SATURDAY MOItNING, JTTNE 16.1894. ONE CENT. d VICTIM OF A BADGER GAME Such Is the Latest Aspect of the Dc 1 Iancy Murder Case. WHAT TWO OP THE WOMEN SAY Eartholcmay Thought to Have Intended Blackmail Came with His Wife and Her Companion from Canada Pnlled His Pis tol as Soon as Ho Entered Delaney'" Boom. Buffalo, N. T May 15. Hundreds of people visited the morgue this morning to view the re main of William K. Delaney, the murdered lawyer. It la now definitely known that two women cro in Delanejs room when the shot as fired, while still another saw the assault from a doorway across the hall. Ono of the two women who were in tho room was the com panion of Bartholomy, who guided him to the p.acc, and the other was Bartholomy's wife. Tho lufereneo is that the first acted as Informor ujMin the other, prompted by Jealousy. Her name is Mrs. Thorner. Bartholomy himself is st II at luadquarters non-com mltal, except ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 June 1894

w?s9S3!9iMeiPV 4' pijpj5s!SxjS3 VlfS rMSm V 2 THE -WASHEffGTOlf TIMES, SATURDAY. JTJ1SE 16. 1894. -- -V - "- - 7 " The iVdSu.rrilDii Times (Etzbt Dit in Tin Teas) OWNED AKD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Coiuvnt iftgi'fMTii xtn B 8tkeet3 NoimnnsT. Business Ornct, 431 Eleventh Stsxet N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, $37-3, Business Office, S37-& rrlce. Dally Edition . One Cent Sunday Edition .....Three Cents. fly tho month Thlrty-llv Cents. 6fRX6e5(vHr.) cod rFcilB WASHINGTON. D. C., JUNE 1G, 1694. 'Weather Forecast. District of Colombia and Virginia, gen erally fair; south winds. Lrz.rnoK.iuN2, Ezeta, Broker It la a bad year lor rulers. m s Cboeeb keeps up his reputation. He Is still on the high seize. 21b. Bichikd Watson Qildxb must have written up the modest Violet lor Hr. Cleve land. . Ma. niTEiTETEB teems to have pessimists Tlews as to the moral fiber of statesmen In general. "94 may yet bo known aa "InTeatlgation Tear," even if euoh a term la applied...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 June 1894

-S , '--'& !? THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTTBDAY, JUNE 16, 194. 3 -- m- BRIGKHAKERS WILL FIGHT Members of the Exchange Object to Experimentation. MILLIONS OP CAPITAL ARRAYED Coucrcto ilust Hot S Substituted for Brick in the Proposed Sewerage System Bond Issuo Not to Ea Antajonixed Matter to Be Appealed to Congress. The members of the Brick Exchange are in the Cold to Hijht the proposed experiments by the eu Inoerin;; department of the District by lay ing ibe newsaweragesyelom, and hat e declared il fir Intention of ultimately winning The a..tatronlsra displayed by the Brick Kx cliaupo Ishlsuifitant. It has a membership of Individual:, firms, and corporations, represent ing several millions of capital, employed In tho manufacture of brick, the greatest Industry carried ou In the District, whose members an nually pay tens of thousands of dollars in taxes, nnd therefore their wishes are to be respected 1 he first step In the protest against the pro posed experiments was made yesterda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 June 1894

BPRIP! V" -,"-''v'iVv, &, 'A- tr THE -WASHTNGTO"N- TI3IES, SATURDAY, JUNE 16. 1894. DON'T Forget the Boys to-day; most of them -will need Clothes for the school com mencements next week. You know you can always depend upon getting just what you want HERE, and we'll not disappoint you this time, no matter whether it is a Suit, a pair of Trousers, a Blouse, or some Shirt Waists. You'll find a choice selection of the newest and best styles and patterns, in only the reliable qualities, but at less prices than you'd pay elsewhere for the in ferior ones. The $8.50 and $12.50 Suit sales for Men are get ting bigger and bigger. Every man who sees them not only buj'S, but sends his friends in, too. Come in to-day; it will pay you. Robinson, Chery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. TRACK RECORDS LOWERED Blackwood and Keime Won Races in Fast Time on the Island. HUT TWO FAVORITES SCORED Several Supposedly Sure Things Tailed to Go Through, Much to tho Disgust of the Talent Stringfellow, Key "W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

-TT 1, mmfrw' Wmsm Kyaavmr, THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. !NX. 92. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBNING, JUNE 17. 1894. THREE CENTS. HIS SUFFERING IS ENDED William Walter Phelps Dies at an f Early Hour This Morning. PASSED PEACEFULLY AWAY All His Nearest Relatives and Some Friends at His Bedsido When He Breathed His Last Life Work of a Man Who Bendered His Country Distinguished Sorvice. Enolewood, N. J., June 17. 'William Wal ter rheips died at 1.50 o'clock this morning. The end came peacefully, Mr. Phelps being unconscious Ills nearest relatives and friends surrounded Lis deathbed. Nothing has yet been deddod as to the f uueraL SKETCn of nis LITE. William Waller Phelps was bom In New York city August 24, 1S39, and graduated socond In his class at Yale University. Ho became a success ful lawyer In Xew York. During the civil war he as ru enthusiastic ltepubllcnn. In IKS he was elected to Congress from the New Jersey district, in which his country place was situated, and took a leading ran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

t !STltlP&1KfrTahZp-Qq.ztgn. jji- s reCfMTO,.;fv?-yf'ii'-jf.v:i- r -Vf-";3 ;--58-v''"--sssiJii '?ti?W'' w THE WASHtN"GTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, .TUNE 17, 1894. LAihdT NOVELTIES IK (JEWELRY. A few of the bargains we will offer this week: Sterling Silver Belt Buckles, Sl.W and upwards. Sterling Silver Shirt Waist Sets, Jl and upwards. Sterling Silver Sleeve Links, 90s. and upwards. Sterling Silver Sleeve links. Enamelled, 75a and upwards. Sterling Silver Shirt Studs, per st, S5a and upwards. Sterling Silver Hat Band and Buckle, $1 SO and upwards. Sterling Silver Lorquetts, $J 50 and upwards, Sterltne Sliver Lorquetts Chains, SI S3 and upwards. Sterling Silver Sword and Scabbard Pins, SI and upwards. Sterling Silver Hat Pins 50c. and upwards. Sterling Silver Collar Button, 10c, and upwards. Brass Military Belts, complete, S3 and upwards. A large assortment ot Genuine Tortoise Ilalr Piss at SI each, and a beau tiful selection of higher grade shell goods. M . Goldsmith 2t Son, 911 Perm. Ave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

PifllP 5j!5T!ro t-v v SpsSE. i, a" - -ni. . -A- - : V-J.H5 -" THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, JFXfE 17. 1894. 3 COLTS WON THE THIRD GAME Senators Flajcd Very Ordinarily and Seemed Listless. ESPER WAS EASY FOR CHICAGO The Homo Team Was Unable to Hit Griffith at tho Proper Time They Fielded Indiffer ently, and a Large Crowd of Admirers Were Greatly Disappointed. Results of Yesterday's Games. New Yoke, 8: PrrrsnuKa, 5. Bosrov, 1C; LocisTUXE, ia Baltiuoke, 12; St. Ions, S. BBOOKL.TX. 11; CLETEIJUsT). 7. rniLiDKLrnu, 19; Clvcivati, 9; CHICAGO, 11; WASHTNOTOS, 5. p The Championship Record. W. L, Tctl W. L. Tct. Baltimore.. 23 10 7S7'rew York.. 21 20 Wj Boston. 3 13 fOTISt. Louis. .. 19 J PMla'phla. 27 14 C59 Cincinnati- 14 27 341 Cleveland.. 24 If. UX Chicago.... 11 29 Jfi Brooklyn... 23 17 5i3 Wnsh'ton... 14 31 311 Pittsburg .. 25 18 59liLoulSTllle.. 10 S3 233 A .MISERABLE DEFEAT. Tho Senators Plavcda Listless Onmo Bnd Lost to Chicago. Thn Wasbingtons appeared in their travel ing uniforms...

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