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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. HAVE Tou-beea paying tour or flvo dollars lor a Derby hat? You can now get the Bamo quality ol US in any stylo you want, Knox, Miller, Dunlap, Tou xnans, or Harringtons, latest blocks end colors, lor S3.0D. The only differ ence is that OUB name is in the crown instead oi the makers, but they are covered by our guarantee, which means your money back if unsatisfactory. You'll be interested in fall underwear, too. "We have some specially good Merino at 50c, and Llama wool, nat ural color, at 75c per garment All sizes. Robinson, GhBru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. 7Cts. To-day's Price FOR CUCUMBER JUICE SOAP. One of the Best and Most De lightful Toilet Soaps Made. We have the sole control of this Soap for Washing ton. So hurry along. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Once Or a Dozen Times X y it doesn't make any difference at how many times you drop your -watch if it's insured by us lor 62 a fyear We repair it e...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 September 1894

TIME WASHTJSraTCXN", D. C, 'WEDK'ESDAT MORKISTGr, SEPTEMBER 20, aS94. VOL.1. O. 192. ONE CENT. WASHINGTON THE GATOR CHARGED HIS MIND His Declination Did Not Decline as Mucli as People Thought WHITNEY INFLUENCE DOMINANT Until Ho Says Tes or ITo There Is 27o Situa tion, Say the leaders Gilroy and Murphy Sure He Will Accept No Mention to Be Made in the Platform of the Incomo Tax. Saratoga, N T., Sept. 25 "There is no situa tion and there Kill bo no situation until William I Whim!- arrives in New lork to-morrow and gives his ultimatum. If bo says no thon thero will be a hustle on the part of the prominent candidates and undoubtedly the springing up of new candidate, that -would prolong this con vention orer Thursday," said a party leader to night Tins view of tho situation is concurred in by cvct politician on the ground to-night Iho c nvenuon meets in the Casino rink, whero Gov I lower was nominated in 1SU1, at noon to morrow If groat haste is made the decision of 21 r hitney will hard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 September 1894

' 2 the WAsn:nraTo:is times, Wednesday, septeibeb 26, 1894. The Washington Times JSrrarr D at a. tbk Yeah) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tbc Kasliitfn Times Company Ij? rSBIILDIKG, SarTiiww-i i t.j" f r PrsNixvAXiA Avenue .urn . TrKTa Sneer: TitepfeO0-E4itoril Rootns, 4S. I3usinB OtOCA. 887, f . PsHf StiOR OfisOBt Punter BOOni Throo Coats. By theauxittt -TWrtr-flv Cm. AVAsHIKQI-OK,U. a. SEPTEMBER , 18W. An lndorpmeat to Me Proud Of. Wasbxxotox, 9. a, September 12, 1894. Mr. A. MOTttcat Xiow, Bnsine&s Manager of The Wtsmaaxms Times. Pea Sm: 1 talw pleasure iu lafomttag you that t tfte lt aMwtiai of this Fedenttiou our members war requested to carefully rend the advertising columns of Tmk Took every tiny and to patronise as nweSt as possible tfasta merchants and others whose advertisements appear in Twt Tnou. Our membew were also requested to secure in. every way possible new subscribers for Thb Times, and bring the meritb of the paper be fore those who are sot bow subscribers. Oar members ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDGES PAT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1894. There Never Was a time before -when cashhad tho same I urr!halnB power that it bos now, es pecially at 'THE WARREN." Hero -we glvo you shoes which sell everywhere for 18 niid 88.50 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3t, (which used to sell for 12.50 to $1.00), Only $1.50. -THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, DENTISTRY. A call -will convince you that our -work Is not only the best, hut Cheapest. Every Modern Appliance. Painless Operations, AMERICAS DEHTAL ASS'N. 7th & E NW. Over Atlantic and Pacific Tea Store. There is hut one Feerless Credit Sys temit's OURS and it is the result of almost thirty years of constant study and experiment. Every distasteful feature of credit buying has been blotted out and to-day w e are ready to furnish your bouse for a simple promiso to pay not a note to sign not a penny of interest. All the Get -what furniture and carpets you need and p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 September 1894

THE WASECQTGTOK TIMES, -WEinOJS D ATS SEPTEMBER 26, 1894:. A Fall Overcoat Is a necessity NOW, and it will more than pay to see OUR line. It will SATISFY you, for we have, beyond the shad ow of a doubt, the larg est and finest selection in town, and at such in significant prices. Just think of an ALL-WOOL FAST-COLOR BLACK CHEVIOT, new style coat, lined all through and faced to the edge WITH PURE DYE SILK for $15.00. Any tailor will ask $30 for its equal, and then not fit you as well as we do. Other Coats as low as $10 and up to $35, and in all of them there's one hundred cents in value for every dollar of the price. Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. --"3-35-0-0-oG-0- 0-G0 BICYCLES CHEAP. For the next ten days a small lot of STRICTLY HIGH GRADE LIBERTY. Safety Bicycles. Wilson-Myers Co., Kocka-wny, N. J., makers, will be sold at the reduced price of S75. Former price. Si 50. These machines have all the up-to-date Improvements aud patents Call and examine the finest b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 September 1894

HE WASHINGTON TIMES FWi VOIi.l. 2TO. 193. WASHOTGTCXN, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. ONE CENT. HILL IS THEIR DEAL MOSES New York Democrats Call Upon the Senator to Lead Them. NOMINATED BY ACCLAMATION David B. Hill ns Offered the Gubernatorial Plum by the Saratoga Convention! but the Pride of the Empire State Democracy Does Hot Ssy "Whether He Will Accept SAEATOOi, 2. T., Sept 25. A scene such as no delegate at the State Demooratlc convention which closed to-day ever witnessed before, and wLIch is without parallel In the history of con ventions, took plaee to-day, when all mentioned candidates -wore forgotten and the mention ol David B. Hill's name caused a stampede In his laves It was the strango situation of a presiding of ficer of a convention, evidently against his ex pressed desires, boing forced to accept a unani mous nomination when other candidates bad "boon presentod and apparently accepted by the delegates. ilr. liitt had finished his speech nominating John B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 September 1894

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. The Washington Times ffiTEKT DAT IH TEX TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Companj tblesbutlding, Southwest cocker Tekssyvtxsu. Atzkbb aio Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5. Business Office, 837. Trice Datty Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. WASHDJtfTON.D. G.t SEPTEMBER 27, 1S9L Stronc Prionds for The Times. "HXAIXJOABTESS DlSTEIOT ASSEJIBLY, No. CG, Kv'IOttTS OF Labob. Washtxotok, D. C., September 21, 1894. "Mb. A. Mahbicz Low, Eustaces Manager Washington TlilBS. "Deab Sib: At the last regular meeting of District Assembly 06, Knights of Labor, Tnn Washixqton Tiaras was heartily indorsed and the support of. the Assembly "was pledged to advertisers in The Tikes. "0. T. WAI.FOBT, "Recording Secretary." WE FAVOR KO CANDIDATE. It is a eoarae of regret that an employe of The Tikes should so far forget his position as to plaee this paper in the attitude of fat or i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 September 1894

THE WASHXNTGT03ST TIMES, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 27, 1S04. There Never Was a time before 'when cash had the same purchasing power that It has now, es pecially at "THE WARREN." Here -we give you shoes which sell TerywheroJor f8 and SH.50 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3, (which used to sell for SMtoH 00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, A call will convince you that our -work is not only the best, but Cheapest Every Modern Appliance. Painless Operations, AMERICAS DENTAL ASSJN. 7th & E NW. Over Atlantic and Pacific Tea Store. There is but one Peerless Credit Srs tem it's OURS and it is the result of almost thirty years of constant study and experiment. Every distasteful feature of credit buying has been blotted out and to-day -we are roady to furnish your bouse for a simple promise to pay not a note to sign not a penny of interest. All the Get -what furniture and carpets you need and pay us for them a littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 September 1894

THE WASHTN-GKTOls TIMES, THURSDAT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. STILL CLIMBING UPWARD MISS BRODEH'S ESCAPE. 3t&&&&&V&$$ii Alot of Fall Overcoats we sold yesterda3'-, and the easiest cus tomers we had were those who had been elsewhere and looked at what others had to offer. They could see and appreciate the difference between a few samples and a COMPLETE STOCK LIKE OURS. Ours is satisfactory as to quality, style, variety, fit, fin ish, and price; in fact they are perfect garments in all that the word implies. $ 1 0 to $ 3 5 ,and your money back at the least Hnt of dissatisfaction. Fall Weight Underwear at a saving to you of 50c to $1 on each suit. Try us and see. Robinson, Ghsru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Do You Feel Cold? This is the kind of weather you want to be careful. This is treacher ous weather. Now you are liable to take cold. Dress according to the weather. Put on HEAV IER UNDERCLOTH ING. Merino Underwear for men or women, 5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 September 1894

IMES TOL.l. ISO. 194. WASELTSTGrTOiN, D. C, FRIDAY HOBNTHGr, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. oira ceot. WASHINGTON ii WA HERTFORD'S VANISHING ACT Ko Trace of the Real Estate Dealer Who Mysteriously Disappeared. HIS AFFAIRS LEFT IN A TANGLE Krs. HaryA. Babe Charges that Her Hub band'o and Her Signature Have Been Forf ed to a Deed Patting a Lien Upon Her Property She Implicated Hertford. "Where Is Joseph B. Hertford, of Ko. 1412 Tart street, ilonnt Pleasant? Ho -was for many years a prominent and wealthy real estate dealer, boms the senior member of Hertford & Hender son, formerly of No. 1103 G street northwest. JohnH. Henderson, hl partner, -was also his son-in-law. .Last December Hortf ord disappeared. Tew If any of his neighbors know -where ho is. His iamily either does not know or will not tell. Meantime Benjamin W. Holman, a clerk in the Sjclh Auditor's office, who lives in good style at No. ltd Seventeenth street northwest, la paying Lawyer John Kidout to straighten out a lot of trustee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 September 1894

2 THE "WASBXN&TOJN TXJKU&S, iflU.lJ.AX, C5JUJL"XMii31J5JJJIt ZO, loyt. The Washington Times ffirrtT D at in Tin! Tr n5 OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOCTDTrrST COM-R PECNSTLTAMA AVENUB jot Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 486. Bnsinese Office, 387. rrJce, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. fly the month Thirty-five Coats. WABHINGTON.IX C, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891. Strong Frionds for The Times. "HEADQaABTBBS DlSTHICT AS8ESIBI.T, No. 66, KSHJHXS OF LA.BOB. "WASHiiJQTOi:, D. 0., September 21, 1S94. "Mb. A- MAunioE IiOW, Business Manager "Wakeikgtoit Tixbb. "Deab Bib: At the last regular meeting of DistxtetAssarablyG6, Knights of Labor, The WASMNeTox Ttxm was hoartily indorsed and the rapport o the Assembly was pledged to advertisers in The Times. "C. T. TTaltokt, "Booordisfi; Seeretary." E0.UEL0BIKG A jmfEETLG TOTJB. Secretary Horbort lias been the target for a good deal of uncalled-for criticism because he refused to Bond a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 September 1894

THE WASHTSTGTOjtf TIMES, ERIDAX, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. Shoes Olven teay, Every day one of our customers 1b presented with & pair of shoes FREE OF COST. In addition ire sell for $2.65 Ehoeswhlch will cost you 8S.WorW.60 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to which used to sell for $2.50 to JL00), Only $1.50. THE WARREH SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, J5ft Nevr York Ave. bet. 13th and 14th Sts., Of New Parlor Furniture, New Chamber Furniture, New Dining-room Furniture, New Library Furniture. New Office Furniture, New E&t Hacks. New Folding: Beds, Now Book Cases, New Chiffoniers, 2Jew China Closets, New Iron and Brass Bedsteads, New Carpets, New Portieres, New Lnce Curtains, New Upholstery Goods, New Wall Paper, In fact, all the LATEST NOVELTIES In FURMTURE, CARPETS, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, And WALL PAPER. LOWEST PRICES. CASH OR CREDIT. "EJULIUS LANSBURGH FURNITURE CARPET COMPANY. We Examine TEETH Free of Charge, Tallin r. tfci rnmndr needed a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 September 1894

THE TVASHIKaTOK TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. st An Music To-nih 4 TO 9 P. ier, Bridget & Co To-day and To-morrow N SEPTEMBER 28 a year ago we made our bow to the Washingrton pub All Is in Holiday Attire, lic We propose to commemorate tlie anniversary of that occasion with an "Opening Exhibit" of Fall Styles, with floral decorations, music, &c, to which YOU and your FRIENDS male and female are most cordially invited. True, but a single mile post has been passed at our present location, but we look behind at 29 mile posts of experience in the clothing business in Washington dimly fading in the distance proof positive of our acquaintance with your clothing needs and the shortcomings of other clothing establishments. This experience and knowledge gives us a great advantage over all others gives you better clothing better styles better workmanship for less money than obtainable elsewhere. niversary JL UJ M RlSISI fk i y, , I Double-breasted Sack Suits. Nobby array cf patter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 September 1894

- reivap','2'-pr w "VOIi.l. 1STO. 195. WASEnDSTGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MOENINQ-, SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. OXE CENT. YP9PWp& "" TUT "IT1 jljL Ij JLJ& L JLi LJN JL cJ X K HOWGATB STILL IN NEW YORK Order for His Return to This City Not Taken to the Jail. HOW HB ELUDED THE OFFICERS Declaree He Has Given the Officials Plenty of Opportunities Has Been Sere Several Times Effort Eecently to Have the In diotments ftaashed He Has Lived Quietly. liudgo Benedict, In the United States district coon in ye if Yerkeity, yesterday eigned the order fur the removal of Cape 11 obit Hewgate to tUs -Uv, where he -will be tried on the charge of emUulmc SMQJW Xross the government The failure of tbe authorities to take the order tu the Ludlow Street Jail, -where Howgate is eon f ae i 2 revented the romoval of tbe prisoner to ti J vitj Just night V w Ktes personal appearance has changed r " 1 as hta life In Washington be wu a e ' built man witb rosy cheeks. He had a t oi a untavche and thick reddish hair, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 September 1894

2 THE WASrrntfGTOiN" TIMES, SATUBDAX, SEPTEZVEBEB 28, 1894. The Washington Times ffiVERT DAT DC THE Ygim OWXED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Companj TOMBS BOILDBTO, SoOTHtraeT owmsn Psiri.TAinx Atenhb akd Tknth Souser. TciephBBO BUitortal Roams, 485. Swisses CMBcc, V?. 1'rico, a4ly BUttea. . . One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cent By Um month Tbirty-flve Cants. WASHIKQTOX.D. a, SEPTEMBER S8, 1S94. PATTSlTCi:, GEKTLE BEADEK. Once more The Timbk has to ask Uie len iency of its readers lor the ooageetod condi tion of its sews oolam&6. Bat -while editors may propose advertisers dispose, sad whoa the morebontB of Washington iaaiat upon having opaoa, reporters sad editors have to give way to tbofa: doaasd. But Tkk Tntse will only ask the patience of ite reodors for a few days longer. Ar rangements an now being made which will enable thfe paper to sooa appear in six-page orm, aad wbee tbe prawoci now trader oon structtoa are liwtaUed la this office we shall be fully equipped to meet ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 September 1894

THE WASHXNGl'ON TIMES, SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1S&4. Shoes Oiven Away, Everyday one of our customore I presentnd with a pair of ahoes FREE OF OOST. In addition we cell for $2.65 ShoeswhlcuwM cost you $3.00 or 38.60 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to SHi, (which used to sell for 12.50 to R00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, A Reminder te republish to-day Saturday's list of Big Reductions at all our fetores. It'll pay you to watch our announcements, for It's I well-estabMBhed adage that "you live well aud save money toy dealing vlth The Enirieh Beet Co." Telephone W7, send, or bring 7ur orders to-day-they'll be properly fitted and promptly delivered. 9Rr 8 pounds of Steak.. -js 2 pounds or Sirloin Steak 25C for 2 pounds of l'ork Chops Q5c 5 pounas of Lamb Chops 25C for ...,i....... Prime Bib Boast, per IQq pound - Hind quarter of Lauib, per Qq pound. Sugar-mired Smoked Hams, IA.Q pound Sugar-cured nmoked Sbeul-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 September 1894

THE WASHIN-GTCXN" TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. Children's Department, -which oeouples the entire second floor of oar bulldlnsr, is filled to overflowing with new and frish ionable Fall and Winter Garments for short pants wearers (boys from 4 to 16 years ol ago.) Suits lor dress and school wear. Overooats, Reefers, separate trousers, shirt waists, and furnishings of every description, In tho largest and choicest rariety ol rich, new fabrics, patterns, and colorings that can be found anywhere, and at lower pricos than tho same qualities can be bought for in any other store in America. Suits for school, good ALL "WOOL ones, as low as SI and S5, and up to the finest ever made. See tho Yaohting Cap we offer at 50c. Their equal never was seen for less than $L Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. MEN'S NEEBABLES, Nothlnc that's you'll need this Fall bet what you can flndhere Our stock Is much larger than we've ever car ried before, and conta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

THE WASHIHGT VOL.l. KO. 196. WASEDDtfGrTOl D. C, SUNDAY MOENINa, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S94. THREE CENTS TIMES HOWGATE WAITED FOR HER Little Trembling, Gray-haired Woman Who Met Him in Court. HER IDENTITY IS A MYSTERY ho Did Kot Answer the Description of Fas cinating Uollie Burrill He Broke Down and Wept Like a Child When His Daugh ter Agatha Called Upon Him at the JaiL Not half of the mystery and romance con nected -with the last fourtoon years of the life cf C apt. Henry W. Howgate has been un raveled ly the detectives who have been upon his trail ever since his sensational os capo from Washington. Detective A. L. Dnimmond says that he had no time to keep tl c --aptaia in sight aftor his identity was es tablished. 3apt. Howgate, who is in Ludlow street jail, will be removed to Washington Tuesday next. It is said that "Mrs. Wil liams" will go with Howgate. The woman with whom the captain had Ixrn living in nis cosy apartments at 195 W est Tenth street, New Tork city, will see no one. Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

2 THE WASHOTGrTOiN" TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1894. LOCAL NEWS 'OF ALL SORTS DIPLOMAS FOR THE ASKING 30, WOODMONT, ' , .Which win bo ready for salo OCTOBER 8th, 18 locatod on the Georgetown and Tonnnlly town ISleetrlc B. It., at an oleration of about 400 feat above Washington, and is by far tbe handsomest property along its lino. Prico of lots only from $50 to $200. First payment only $2. "Weekly payments only one per cont. or less of purchase. We pay tho taxes, chargo no interest, and require no notes or mort gages. To the first purchaser building a house at WX)ODMONT, costing not les3 than 81,009, wewlll give a prize of 150; second, S18S; third, $100; fourth, 896: fifth. &0; sixth, 70; seventh, $60, and eighth, $50. We will also give the lot thus built upon and free transportation over the Electric Road for one year to one member of each family building and residing there. Life insurance for" amount of purchase goes withenoh pale. As we are the largest and one of tho most Relia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S94. SEASON WILL CLOSE TO-DAY Washington Received a Setback at the Hands of the St. Louis. ORIOLES AND GIANTS BOTH LOST Boston TPas the Solitary Leader to Heap Vic tory, and That Only By a Narrow Margin Anderson, a New Senatorial Twirler, Lid Well, But Hawley Did Better. Kcsults of Yesterday's Games. Boston, 6; Prrrsntnta, 5. Chicago, 6; Baltiiioke, 4. ClNCINXATt, 7; New Yoke, 6. BKOOKLTS, 11; LOUISVILLE. 4. St Louis. 6; Wasuixwtox, 4. Cleveland, ll; Philadelphia, 3. The rhampionship Record. W I Pot I w. I ret Baltimore.. 88 88 .888 Pittsburg .. 05 (W .600 New"iork.. S 41 .0S7 Chicago.... 7 74 .4W Boston . e 49 -8S0 ClnelnnatL. 6S 76 .414 Phila pnhu 71 S .MB.fcu IxmlB. .. M 70 .415 Brooklyn... 00 .Stf,Vnh.'toiL.. 45 S5 .846 Cleveland.. 63 01 .SSTiLoulsvillo.. 85 98 .273 BROWNS BATTED BETTER. It Was a Pitchers' Battle in Which Wash ington's Twirler Suffered. St. Lons. Sept 29. To-dny's game was a veritable pitchers' battle in which the Br...

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