THE WASHINGTON GRJTIO, SATUBD AY EVENING, MAT &L, 1890.
GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS.
NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE
TRACK AND PRIZE RING.
Washington Ilccnlns tlio I.oml, tVhllo
llnltlmoro Drops to Second IMnco
How tin) Clubs Stand On tlio
Tennis Courts General Note.
TLo Washington team recovered Its
lost ETOuntl yesterday and by defeating
tlio Ilnrtford Club managed to retain
Its load on first place. At tbo sama
tlmo Now Havon was treating tlio Bal
timore? to tbo somo kind of ball play
ing that mailo It so interesting for us
on tbo occasion of our recent vlsif, and
Barnlo's opportunity for leadirg tbo
Association, at least for this wcclc, was
Tbo local club played In sometblng
lllio Its old form, for It mado only a
few bits, but tbese. togclbcr wltb good
sacriflco blttlnK and base running and
tbo errors of Its opponents, enabled it
to pile up tbo majotlty of tbo runs.
Phillips pitched a splendid gamo and
wan particularly cflcctlvo when men
wcro on tbo bases. Ho received ex
cellent support in tbo field, Glcason's
work at short being brilliant.
Only a Bmall crowd witnessed tbo
come, owing to threatening weather.
The local team bunched its hits In tbo
fifth inniug, making threo of its four
hits, and assisted by two bases on balls
and three errors, made ilvo runs.
Thereafter neither sldo was ablo to
score, and tbo gamo ended 8 to 0. fa
honey's umpiring was condomncd and
ho had to ask the protection of tbo
police to prescrvo order.
Tlio Work or tlio Week.
The local club has finished its first
week nwny from homo and tbo result
has been somewhat of a surprise to
thoso who expected to see tho club win
n larger proportion of its games than it
has. Fivo games have beon played thus
far, and of theso tho club lost three
ono to tho Newarks and two to New
Haven. To offset theso defeats It won
ono each from Now Haven and ITart
ford. To-day tho club plays in Jersey
City, and it is probablo it will win
again, thus splitting even on tho week,
with three victories and three defeats.
Altogether tbo record mado by tho
club during tho week has not been so
bad when tho crippled condition of tbo
team is taken into consideration, and
tbo only wonder is that it did not loso
Next week fivo games are scheduled,
two with Jersey City and threo with
Worcester. Monday and Thursday aro
vacant days, and it is probablo that
games will bo advanced from later in
While the homo team has been play
ing badly during the week, two of tbo
other clubs have been putting up an ex
cellent quality of ball, and aro now
nearly neck and neck with tho leaders.
Baltimore managed to close the gap be
tween it and tbo Washlngtons during
tbo week, and for one day was tied for
first honors. By losing yesterday it
dropped Into second place, although
there is only the difference of a game In
the numbct lost and won. New Haven
also pulled up remarkably well, and is
now only two games in games won be
hind tho leaders and one in games lost.
Should Baltimore loso to New Haven
to-day tho latter will step Into second
place. Tbo three clubs are so closo to
gether that tbo plaving of ono day's
game may bo sufficient to change
the positions of tho leaders. Tho race
is getting-closo and exciiinir, and, If it
can be maintained to the closo of tbo
season, tbo clubs will prosper finan
cially. There is but Httlo interest in a
raco whero ono club outclasses tbo
others and (has a walkover for the pen
nant. Ai moc it looked as if this were
Washington's position, but tho events
of the past week have demonstrated
that there are other teams in the Asso
ciation equally as strong, and that, to
win the-pennant, tbo Washlngtons will
havo to do tho liveliest kind of hustling
throughout tho remainder of the season.
Yesterday Pitcher McCoy was given
his release by the homo management.
He did not corao up to expectations and
the club could not afford to- carry him
until later in the season, in the hope
" that he would Improve. Young Undor
wood will take his placo and will prob
ably bo given a trial to-day. Sullivan
also has his cyo on several other men
wboin be will secure if they aro needed,
-but at present ho wants to get along
with tho men ho has, as ho believes
changes of any kind arc detrimental to
the interests of tho club.
The I'ottlt Case.
Just before time to call the gamo at
New Haven yesterday afternoon Presi
dent Braden telegraphed Manager Burn
ham instructing him not to play Pcttit.
In the morning Mr. Braden had tele
graphed that President Young had
asked for the evidence in writing which
the New Haven Club wished to present
In reference to tho case. On top of that
came a dispatch from Prefi lent Young
saying that the evidence presented by
NewJaven had been carefully con
sidered, and that tho decision would
stand. Manager Burnbam was very In
dignant at the turn affairs had taken,
but was obliged to abldo by tbo in
, jstructlons of Mr. Braden. lie attributes
the action of tho board to the influence
of Secretary Phelps, and thinks that
tho American Association president has
overstepped his authority as an officer
of tbo board of arbitration. Tho Pettit
case will not bo given up by any means,
and the New Haven Club will insist
upon tho new consideration which
Manager Barnle said on tho sub
ject: "Tho Pettit decision Is the greatest
niece of iniusttco I oversaw in baseball,
and I think tho whole causo of it is that
Baltimore jumped tho American Asso
ciation. Ever slnco I joined tho Atlan
tic Association tho American Associa
tion has been trying to kill Baltimore
and our league. I don't think the Na
tional League members of tho board
had anything to do with the decision
except to agree to tho decision of tho
American Association members."
This is all foldcrol, and tho Associa
tion may as well accept tho result and
pay tho lcquircd fco for admission to
the qualified articles of tho national
agreement. It has nothing to gain by
lighting over a player and everything
to loso. Naturally tho Now Haven
people aro sore over tbo matter, but
they cannot consistently ask tho Asso
ciation to stand by them and risk tbo
destruction of the Association because
they are a Httlo put out by belnj; de
feated. Change In tlio Schedulo,
Manager Guy llecker of tho Pitts
burg Leaguo Club held a consultation
with President John B. Day and Man
ager Mutrio of the New York Club
No definite anangement was effected,
but it Is ccttaln thatonu fielder and ono
pitcher will bo loaned to tbo Smokoy
City players for tbo balance of tho
season. Whether tbo transfer will ul
timately bo mado final Is not yet known.
President Day was askod whether
tbcro was any truth In tho reports that
tbo New York games In tho West with
Iho ClevPlands ond Plttsburgs would bo
tiansfurred to Indianapolis at the soli
citation of Mr. Brush, Mr. Day said:
4 Tho only games that may bo changed'
to Indianapolis are thoso scheduled
with tho Olcvclands during tho racing
week in tho latter city In August. No
others will bo changed."
What a nico state of dlsclpllno oxhls
In tbo Players' Leaguo when a player
can forco tho president of tho club, who
presumably is putting up part of tbo
money to run it, to resign? And yet
that Is just what Kogarty has accom
plished In tbo Philadelphia Club, and
President Lovo has been given tbo
alternative of resigning or being kicked
out by his brother stockholders. It an
organization can bo run on thoso lines
very long It will bo a wonder. Fogarty's
case is only tho first of many other simi
lar ones though, and to such causes, if
there woro no others, will tbo downfall
of tbo Brotherhood be accomplished.
How tlio Clubs Stand,
New Haven 14
Jersey City 8
Lost. For cent
Tlio Tennis Tournament.
Tho third day of tho Tennis Tourna
ment was marked by unusually fine
playing. Tbo doubles havo now sifted
down to McCawloy and Woodward and
Tobln nnd Mctcalf. Tbo singles, as
was .Generally expected, rests between
McCawloy and Davidson. McCawloy
Is playing a very strong game, as is seen
by his scores with Byrnes 0-1, 0-3
but It Is feared that Dayidson's "Law
ford" drive will prove too much for his
graceful-playing opponent. Thero Is
hardly any doubt but that McCawloy
and Woodward will win the doubles to
day. Much interest is evinced in tho La
dies' Tournamcut.and tho games played
yesterday wcro exciting and closely con
tested. Miss Simons dofcatcd Miss
Snfford 0-4. C 1. Miss Bartlott do
fcatcd Miss Bacon 0-1, G-2. Tbo finals
played between Miss Simons and Miss
Bartlctt wcro won by tho latter with
much difficulty, all tbo games being
closely contested: 0-1, 0-1, 04. Miss
Simons is a graceful Httlo player, and,
considering tbo fact that she has not
playcd'two seasons, handles her racquet
remarkably well and places tho ball
with much judrrment. She Is tho com
ing player of tho District.
Tbo result of yesterday's playing Is
as follows: Boag and Byrnes beat Davis
and Peters, 0-3. 8 0; Boag and Byrnes
beat Hodgo and Taylor by default. Tho
latter gentlemen becoming discouraged,
gave up before completing the first set.
Metcalf and Tobln dofcatcd Boac and
Byincs. G-2, 0 3. McCawley and Wood
ward beat Borden and Davidson, 0 2,
0-7, after one of the most brilliant con
tests in the tournament. Mctcalf and
Tobln will play in the finals to-day
against Woodward and McCawloy. Iti
tho singles yesterday McCawloy de
feated Byrnes, 0-1, G-2. Davidson and
McCawley play to-day in tbo finals.
The "Consolations" resulted as fol
lows: Preliminary round Boag beat
W. L. Wilson 0 0, 00; Fields beat
Stevens (default) 0 0, 0-0; Shlbley beat
Barclay (default) 0 0, 00; Hilton beat
W. II. Wilson 3-0, 0-1, 03; Chilton
beat Houghton 0-8. 0-2; Spoffard beat
Ilctbert (default) 0-0, 0-0; J. MoK.
Boiden beat Metcalf 0 -1, 0-1; Taylor,
First round Boag beat Taylor 0-0,
0-0; Shlbley beat Flolds 0-2, 0-1;
Chilton beat Hilton 0 4, 3-0.
Boag will play Sblbloy and Borden
will play Chilton to-day.
Around the I'rlzo King.
With tho advent of tho Dominick
McCaffrey show next week there Is
likely to bo a revival of interest in
sports pugilistic in this city. There
has been n great deal of talk of match
ing McCaffrey against Jimmy Ryan,
tho Pennsylvania fighter, and money
has been posted on both sides. Whether
tho men will get together or not Is a
question. It docs not seem probable
that Mac will sacriflco his show business
to engage In prizo-figbting, and there
arc other considerations of which the
general public Is not aware that will
opcrato to prevent the fight. It Is gen
erally believed that McCaffrey's bout
with Corbett some weeks ago closed
his career as a fighter. An old sporting
man, who has had considerable expe
rience in the ring, said he thought
McCaffrey's wind was gone, and in
that event he would never be ablo to
fight again. So It will bo seen that tho
chances for a match aro decidedly
It was erroneously stated In a morn
ing, paper yesterday that Billy Dacey
and' Charley Norton had been matched
for a finish fight for $1,000, to take
place near this city. Tbo facts of tho
matter aio theso: Tlio merits of tho men
were being discussed in a convivial
party, and a proposition to match them
was" eagerly accepted. A hundred
dollars on each side was posted, but,
when the consent of the principals was
sougbt, It could not be obtained, and
yesterday tho money was drawn
Jack Hopper will bo in tbo city next
week and it is understood that his
friends will try to mako a match be
tween iilm nnd Dacey, and, falling in
this, Billy Young will be given an op
portunity for a go with tho Now
Yorker. W. C. M.
..New Ulectrlo Light Olllcerg.
The lccently chartered Volta Electric
Light and Power Company of this city
has elected officers, as follows: Prod
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A. M. Lothropf secretary, II. K.
Simpson; treasurer, E. S. Parker; gen
eral manager, Captain Frank Aldrlch;
board of directors: tbo officers and Gen
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penbeimer, C. C. Colo, Edwin Suther
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On May 24, 35 and 20, 1800, tho Pennsyl
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tiip, with return coupons valid until May
31, 1890. Proportionately low rates will
prevail from other statlous.
Took a Sudden Header.
Harry Freibus, a 12-year-old boy, fell
from a blcyclo at tho corner of Twelfth
and M streets last evening and sustained
painful Injuries of tbo head and face
lie was assisted to his Lorao, 1823
Twelfth street, nnd medical aid sum
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need heavy food such as you require during
Spring may bu beautiful, but it is treach
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cold, a fever, malaria or pneumonia.
Do not throw off your winter flannels too
early. It Is better to suffer a little incon
venlcnco than to take cold.
If you feel tired, feverish or overheated,
do not rush off and take 'spring medi
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If you feel hot ond thirsty, do not ilrlnK
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Malt Is absolutely the purcit and beet.
Don't forget the Frank Ward excursion
bentflt May yo.
HKConnisn nttuou dknius.
He Says tlio Allocation Mndo nt tlio
Convention Aro ITnlto.
Ilecordcr Bruco denies tho allegations
against him as ventilated at tbo Alro
American convention now in session at
Columbus, Ohio, In regard to his reduc
ing In rank competent colored men In his
oflico to mako room for whites. Ho de
clares that not ono person has been ills
misstd In tho Recorder's Ofilco slnco lie
entered it, and that tho chances havo
been very few.
When ho accepted tho ofilco, ho said,
"I decided to do everything posslblo to
perfect tho ofilco and mako it tho model
one of tho country, and 1 am working
with that object in vlow. There Is no
truth in tho charges of my favoring
whites to tho prejudice of my own
color, I have too much sense " to do
anything of that kind. All aro classed
alike and no favoritism shown."
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Akron at 1:14 and Clevoland 2:30.
Georcetown Cattle Markets,
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be In arrears and delinquent, and a penalty
of two per centum upon the amount thoreof
shall bo added, and tho samo, with other
taxes due and In arrears, will bo listed for
advertisement and tax salo In tho manner
prescribed by existing law. By order of tho
Commissioners of tho District of Colnmbla.
Attest: E. G. DAVIS, Collector of Taxes, Dis
trict of Columbia. myl-d27t
KSDROCHDALE CO OP. SOCIETY OF TOE
K' DI8T. OF COL.
Members of this society aro Informodthat
tlio new Trad o Cards (and Lists), Improved
and extended, are now ready for lssuo.
Members will rotnrn tho old (green) card,
with their address 'written across the face.
to any of those named below and obtain tho
new on payment of the proper fee. Thero
being over 4,000 members who should obtain
the new card boforo April 80th Instant
promptness is advisable. The old card It of
no benefit after Avrll SO.
J. W. HARsnA, Secretary,
005 n Bt, Cash Room, Treasury Dcpt, and
at 705 15th st, at noon and at 4 o'clock p. m.
A.T. Longicy,prost,800 A st n o, Agr'l Dopt.
Smith Thompson, V. P., 1823 Fnw, A. G.
O., War Dept.
L. Vanderhocf, 031 French st, Bureau of
E. C. Fawcett, COS Mass avo no, 4th Aud.
J. E. McCnbo, 22 3d st n e, P. O. Dept.
H. W Smith. 710 B st s w, Q. M. G. O.
L. F. Hunt, 1310 8 Bt n W, 6th Aud. Office.
L. E. Grldley, 7C0 L st n w, Reg. Oflico
John Morrison. 415 R Bt n w. Fen. Ofilco.
Dr. Jos Jouy, 2218 Pa avo n w. 8. G. O.
John Finn, 518 23d stn w, A. O. O.
C. B. Sayer. Surgeon General's Office.
Edward Eaxton, 2nst n o, Govt. Print
Eiown, 7th st and R. I. avo (Drue
I). M.Davis, 1013 19th st n w, Bu. Eng. and
Oliver Dufour, Cashier's Room, City Post
office. John n. Jones. 1526 fith st n w, Signal Office.
Dr. E. L. Corblu, Second Auditor's Ofilco.
J. M.Andrus, 1540 Columbia st, G. L.O.,
.1. F. Page, 1210 F Bt n w (Grocer).
F. J. Young, 340 Spruce st, Sty. Dlv. Treasy.
W. n. Womeraloy, 1726 n st nw, Offloo
Rev. Mar., Treas.
Frank Sibley. 703 15th st n w, Cigar Store.
By ordor of the exectlve oommltteo
J. W. HARSH A. Secretary..
CAPITAL 81,000,000. TEMPORARY OFFICES,
1001 F st n w, previous to tho erection or
tho company's building, corner 9th and F
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well scoured loans,
guaranteed by tho company, for salo. In-
tercnt paid. Call on or correspond with us
W. B. ROB1SON, Seo. B. II. WARNER, Pres.
Charles n. Bailey, Oeorito F. Sohafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somcrvllle,
Oeorgo E. llartol, .lolin A. Swope,
Richard W. Clay, J. 8. Swormstodt,
Horace S. Cummlngs, Hattersley W. Talbott
J, J. Darllntttm, George Trucsdel!,
John Joy Edson, B. H. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. 1). Wlno,
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward.
William It. Gurloy, Chas. Bon. Wilkinson,
John B. Larner, A. S. Worthlngton.
KSfWHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
35' made by ono of tho most celebrated
cutters In Amerloaf Prices same as those
thlrd-ratdcutters charge. 1. T. HALL, 003 F
et n w. .
1418 Fenna. ave., opposite Wlllard's nntol.
Thousands from far and near visit Dr. White
for relief from and avoldanoe of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.i Ban
days. 9 to 12. Established 1861. Fee. II .
S5T-LADIE8I LADIES! LADIES1
&& Mrs. McCaflerty is the only bat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In the city. Call
and Bee her now shares, Bleaching and
firesstng. Straw and felt hats altered to the
atebt styles. Orders promptly attended to,
lousu street n.w.
K$;T OFFICE FRANKLIN INSURANCE
'f3J , CO.. Washington, I). O., May 19. 1890.
A wcctlng of the stockholders of tho Frank
lin insinanco Co, of V ashlngton, D. O., will
bo held at tl,j ofllro on MONDAY, JUNE 2,
for tho election ol twelve 02) directors to
servo tho ensuing y r. Foils open from 13
to 2 o'clock n. m.
. I. l'KNWICK YOUNG, Socrotary.
iKI'AUTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Wash
' Irrrlnn. n n Mat k iwwHfm1fiil nro
posalswlllbo received by this Department
until MAY 00, 1890, at 12 m., for furnishing
supplies for tho fiscal year beginning July 1,
IMio, and ending Juno 30, 1801, as follows:
Rtnllonery, lumber, paints, oils, oto ico,
flowcr-i.ots, mlicollaneous sitppllos and for
thopurchnsoof wasto-papor. Bids for sta
tionery rpencd at 2 p. m., other bids at 12
noon. Tho Department reserves tho right to
rojectnnyor all bids and to walvo any de
fect In snrro. Bids must bo mado In dupli
cate on blanks furnl'hod by tho Dopnrtmont.
For Information nnd blanks npply to tho Dis
bursing Oflico. J. M. RUSK, Socrotary.
IDItOPOSALS FOR BUILDING
ADDITION TO MAIN OFFICES
OF THE NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAIL
Scaled proposals will bo received nt tho
oflico of tbo Engineer Mnlntonnnco of Way of
tho Norfolk and Western Railroad, Roanoko,
Va until 2 p.m. JUNES, 1890, for the erec
tion of an addition to tho main offices of tho
Norfolk and Western Railroad Company, at
Roanoke, Va., slzo 00x230 fcot, built of
pressed brick. Plans and Bpoclflcatloni may
bo seen at tho ofilco of tho Engineer Main
tenance of Way of tho Norrolk nnd Wostorn
Railroad, Roanoko, Va. Tho right to rojoot
any or all bids lsrosorvod to tho Norfolk and
Western Railroad Company.
CHARLES 8. CIIURCIIILL.
my22 3t Engineer Malnt. of Way.
ron SAKE HOUSES.
AdrertitmunU under thU head, four line or
lea, 20 cents for one tntertlon; 50 centefor three.
IOR SALE-A BARGAIN IB SOLD AT
onco: 2-storv and basement brick liouso:
7 rooms and bath; all mod imps; situated at
No. 430 1 Bt n w; prlco $1,300: torms ono-thlrd
cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Apply
to FRANCIS HUFTY, 1301 F Bt n W. fei7-00
17OR BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0-ROOM
frame house, Just finishing; nydrantla
yard; lot 10x115; snug homo; prlco, $800. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, G13
isth St. '
T7IOR SALE FRAME BOUSE 000 IN 25
X foot alloy, bet 0th and 10th and G and U
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosets
fronting tho Potomao; 15 por cont Invest
ment; lot 341 feet front by V deep, 49 foot
from 0th Bt. Apply within.
IJIOR SALE-TnREE OF THE CHEAPEST
houses In Washington, 100, 108 and 110
11th Bt n o; two-story and basement, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eloctrlo
bolls and gas: price, $3,G00 each, $00 cash
balance to suit or trndo for good lots.
If OK KEN T DOUSES.
AdvcrCUemenu under thU head, four llnet or
lett, 25 cente for one Intertlon: 50 tente for three,
I70iniavonw.l7rs 3200 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable 200 00
1411Kstnw, 13rs 200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 175 00
14th st ex., 15 rs 159 00
1228Mstnw,15rs 150 00
iccoicthstnw.iirs 125 00
1308Hsfuw, 12 r 115 00
1737Qstnw. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chapln stn w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 Fstn W,12 rs 100 00
7C14 21stnw.Urs 100 00
2 Lafayette Square, 15 rs
G18Estnw,15rs 83 33
1402 Chapln st n w. 12 rs 75 0C
1519 50th st n W. 10 rs G5 00
2122 nillycr Placo, lOrs 05 00
1513 O st n w. 11 rs Cr. 00
942 N Y ave, 10 rs C5 00
915NYavo,14rs CO 00
1101 N H avo, 10 rs CO 00
1404 Stoughton St, 9rs 55 00
14CG Stoughton st, 9 rs 55 00
1750 P Bt n w, 10 rs 5500
1611 Rlpgs Placo, 9 rs 53 50
10122.M Btn W.9TS 50 CO
1419 20th stnw.Ors 60 00
1S01 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00
Pet, near21st,7ra 45 0o
114617thstn w.7 rs 45 00
1504 S st n w, 0 rs 45 00
2412 14th st n W, 10 rs 40 00
2032Gstn W.10 rs 40 00
1019 Corcoran stn w.Ors 37 50
1320Wallacbst,0rs 35 00
117 H st n V, 8 rs 35 00
1909 7th st n w, str and dwg 35 00
I17Hstnw,8rs 35 00
20CCQstn w.2rs 33 33
508 18th st n w, 5 rs 30 00
1014 20th Bt n w, 0 rs 25 00
915 E 8t a W, 6 r 23 50
017 Estsw.O rs 23 60
1354 4 Bt s w. 6 rs 18 00
Tho above houses can bo examlnod by por
rolt from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISnER & CO.,
1321 Fst. n. w.
I?OR RENT TWO BRAND NEW 8IX
) room framo houses, high and dry loca-
Inqulro ot A. BEUREND, 438 H
FOK KENT ROOMS.
Ad tertltementt under thU head, four llnet or
lea, 25 centt for one intertlon: 60 ante for three,
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 020
15th st n w. overlooking McPborson Square.
TnOR RENT TWO FURNISHED
X' suitable for gentlemen.
No. 008 M St. D W.
FOK I3AL.K AND RUNT.
RVEAL ESTATE DULLETIN
TTIOMAS E. WAGOAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOK
1013 10th st n w, b h, m i, 10 rs 12,000
S07Gstnw, bh,ml,10rs 8.000
U28 6tbstnw,bh, 0 rs 8.000
SS3 Indiana ave n w. bb,9rs 7.&00
1731 ISth Btnw.bh.0rs 7.600
lft!0 Mass ave n w, th,8rs 7,350
aaistnw.bh, lira e.500
S2M K st n w, b h. 10 rs 3,000
1418NJ avonw. t h.B rs 3,000
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
C38B sts w,bb,18 rs..., $32,000
016 to 030 Md ave 8 w, b h. 4 rs 18,000
1114 and 1116 Ctb st s w, b b, 7 rs, and 1
f hrear 0.000
400 and 408 11th sts w.b.b, Urs S.coo
SS9 13 st s w, b h. 8 rs..1 5,000
404 and 408 S Capitol st s w, f h, Crs.... 3,000
312 and 341 M st s W, t h, 4 rs 2,100
421 8th st 3 w. f h, 5 ra 2.000
4181 Btsw,bh,5 rs 1,800
12 Capitol alley sw.bh, 0 rs 1,450
UNIMT'ROVBD PROPERTY FOR SALE.
G st, bet N Cap and 1st sts n w, 2 b h
In rear 81.CC0
Va ave and 21th stnw 2,700
A st, bet 14th and 15th sts so...
10th st, bet E Cap and A sts s o,
h st, bet 15th and 16th sts n w
O Bt. bet 15th and ICth sts n w
7th Bt. bet Rand Sn w 1 75
llith st. bet E and Fstsn w , 1 25
131 tt, bet ranal and C sts n w 1 oo
7th st abovo Grant avo n w 50
HOUSES FOR RENT.
The "Maltbv." N. J. avo and B Bt H w..
aw I bin w,22rs S100 00
3052 P stnw, 13 rs. fur.,
u.'u l.instn w,i3 rs
721 8th stnw, 14 rs
1714 13th st n w, 14 rs
232 N J avon w.Ors.. ..........
1013 lOtn Btn w. 10 ra..,.,. .....
001 2lst stnw, 12 rs
1319 Corcoran st n w, 11 rs
lllCTst n w,7rs
1105 N Haven w.Ors
Upper part 1408 P 8t n w, 7 rs.
1017 5th stnw, 8 ra
1631 Vt avo n w. 8 rs
Upper part 1410 1 et n w. 8 rs. .
K5 U stn w,7rs
C07 N stn w, 7 rs..
341 Jackson nail alley. 4 rs. ..
A J0 7th it, back room, 2d floor.
In Bums to cult at 6 per cent.
The abovo Is only a portion of tbo property
on my Looks. For tull list oall at office fur
bulletin. Issued on the 1st and 15th.
Adiertlieinenti under thtt head, four llnet or
ten, 25 ctntt for one Intertlon; 50 centt for three,
I?OirSALE87,500 BATOPILAS 1ST MORT
; gage Bonds are offered for sale by
E. B. COTTRELL,
No. 1148 N. Y. ave.
I70R HALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
17 stylish Gray Horse, over 16 hands hltth;
fino liarnosa and not much used; Landau
mado by Joyce; are offerod at reasonable
rates on account of owner leaving tho city.
E. B. COTTRELL. 1418 N Y. ave.
TTOH 8ALE-875-SPECIAL STAR, 51-INCn,
,L' client rachet, nickel, absolutely pur
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s 9,
COMM1SSIONEK OF DE12D9,
CB. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
. states and Territories, 458 La. ave., opp.
3-story and basement 10-room brick
house; all modern improvements; sltuato
(second street, between O and V bo.
479 Prlco, $0,000.
S-story frame houso.withlarcolot; sltuato
on Sixth Btrcct, between 11 and U so.
277 Price, $3,000.
8-story brick house, containing 0 rooms
and bath; stzo of lot, 16x75; situate on O
4C8 Price, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern improve
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
482 Price, $8,000.
2-story brick house, G rooms and bath;
sltuato on L Btrcct, between North Capitol
and First 6trccts nw.
403 Prlco, $2,550.
8-story brick house, containing 12 rooms:
all modern improvements; sltuato No. 024
K street nw.
428 Prlco, $10,600.
3-story brick bouso, 10 rooms; slzo of lot,
25x125; sltuato No. 1422 N st. nw.
281 Prlco, $10,000.
2-story and basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; situate on Now ilampshiro
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw.
4C9 Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-ioom brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W and
405 Price, $1,900.
2-story G-room brick house, on Wallach
481 Prlco, $4,300.
2-story G-room brick houso; situate on
443 Price, $5,100.
3-story brick house, containing 11 rooms
nnd bath: and all modern improvements;
situate No. 1220 G st n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north 6ldo of
G St., wldo front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A large stablo property in a desirable lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
paying 9 per cent.
317 Price, $28,000.
494 Framo dwelling, Grant avo., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
490 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
489 8-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. sc. Price, $2,000.
497 3-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vn,
3-story nrlcK dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofilco annex and largo eldo lots; situate on
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot "SiS'J.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate No. 014 Prince st.
4C2 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; sltuato on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
453 Prlco, $3,500.
4-etory brick dwelling house, built In tbo
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x112.
391 Prlco, $0,500.
2-Btory and back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, sltuato on Columbus
st., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,400.
403 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo side yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the bebt situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third caBh, balance
ono and two years.
Houses at Falls Chnrcli, Va.
A new cottace, situate only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. it. O,
R. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size ot lot, 110x150
Icet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottage, situate only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. fc O. It. K., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Vucnut Grouuil Northeast null South
All of square 1004 23c
5 " '
Building Lots in all sections of the City.
Real Estate Broker,
II 1301 F Street, WusUluctou, I), C
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa; Ave. and
ENERGIZER MOMENTUM ENGINE liE
BENNING, D. C.
THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
American Energlzer Manufacturing Company
IS REMOVED FROM THE WAVEHLY HOUSE TO
1416 F STREET, KELLOGG BUILDING,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $1.15 and $ 1 ,50.
MKE TEA OR COFFEE IN
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GUSLMT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
BUY YOUK TEOTES AID IAMESS
425 Seventh St. N. "W., next to Odd-Fcllowa nail.
Tho Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
bteel Rails. Magnificent Equipment
In effect May 11, 1690.
Trains leave Wushlncton. from station, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
FonriTTPnunu and tho Wost. Chicago Limited
Express of Pullman Vestlbulcd Cars at
10.50 a m daily; Fast Line, 10.50 a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with Sleeping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, wltb Sleeping
Car AHoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati Express, 3.30 p m dally.
Parlor Car Washington to llarrfsburg. and
Sleeping Cars Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Oil
japo and Cincinnati, and Dining Car liar
lisburgto St. Louis. Western Express, at
7,40 p m daily, witn Sleeping L.ars wasuing
tonu to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting
dally at Harrlsburg wltb through Sleepers
for Loulsvlllo and MemphU. Paclfto Ex
press, 10.00 p m dtlly, for Pittsburg and tho
West, with through Sleeper to Pittsburg,
and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
Foil Kane, Canandalgua, Rochester and Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fon EniK, Canandalgua and Rochostcr dully;
for Buffalo and Niagara daily, except Sat
urday, 10.00 p m, with Sleoplng Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wiu.UMsronT, Lock Haven and Elmtra,
at 10.50 a m dolly, oxcept Sunday.
Fon WiLMAsronT dally, !).30p m.
Fon Philadelphia, Now York and tho East,
7,0.n 00, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 3.10, 3.15, 4.-J0,
5.40. 10.00 and ll.'-t) p in. On Sunday. 9.00,
11.40 am, 2.10, 3.15,4 SO. 10.00 and ll.'JO n m.
Limited Expross of Pullman Parlor Cars,
9.40 a m dally, except Sunday, and 5.00 p
tn dally, with Dining Car.
Fon PniLAPELriiiA only. Fast Express 8.10 a
n, week-days, and 4.00 pm dally. Expieis,
Sunday only, 5.40 p m.
Fon Boston without change, 3 15 p ra evory
Fou Brooklyn. N. Y all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording dlroct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double fcrrlago across
New York City.
Fon Atlantic City, 1140 a m week-days,
Fon BALTiaonE, C.35, 7 20, 8.10. 9.00, OrlO, 10 00.
10.50, 11 00 and 11.40 a m, IS 05,2.10, 3.15, 3.30,
4 00, 4.20, 4.80, 5.00, 5.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10 00 and
11.20 p m. On Sunday. 9.00. 9.03, 10.50, 11. W
am, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30,4.00,4.20,5.00. 5.40,0.00,
7.40. 10.00 and 11.20 p in.
Fon Pope's Ckefk Line, 7.20 a m and 4.30 p m
daily, except Sunday.
Foil ANNAroLis, 7.20 and 0.00a m, 12,05 and 1.20
pm daily, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 4.20
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Jn effect May 11, 1690.
Fon AiEXANiiniA, 4.S0, 0.35. 7.41. 8.40,9 45,
10.57 a m. 12.01 noon, 2 05, 3.30, 4.25, 4 55. 0 01,
8.02, 10.05 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 0.45, 10.67, a in. 2.30,0.01, 8.02, and 10.05
Accoumopation ronQtMNTico,7.45a m and
4.55 p m week-days. 7.45 am Sundays,
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm week
days. Trains Icavo Alexandria for Washington,
0.05 7.05. 8.00. 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m: 1.20, 3.00,
3.50, 5.10. 6,05, 7.05, 9.20, 10,37 and 11 OS p m.
On Sunday at 9,10, and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 5.10,
7 05. 7.29, 9.20, and 10.37 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho ofilco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth strcot and
Pennsylvania avenue and at tho station,
whero orders can be left for tho cheoklng ot
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD.
General Tassengcr Agont.
C11AS. E. rron. Ocnoial Manager.
T,tRS. RINES-'THE ELSMERK"-1I03 11
111 stnw;now plumbiug, now furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attontion to the
table; location cential, near tho Arlington
Bnd Wormlov'd. fJ7-'
COUXTKY ItKAI. ESTATE!.
I70R SALEXlibuT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
n e extended, on tho line of tho Eoktug
ton and Soldiers' Homo Railway, being a part
ot tbe eotate of tho lata Chief Justice Chase,
now callfd "Edgewood;" a good opportunity
for investors. For particulars, prlco, eto
tuoulre of t'HAPIN BROWN, 323 41 stn w,
St. Branches, 1221
411 7th St.
10 OR 15 MINDIES.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect May 11, 1690.
Leave Washington from station corner of
Now Jeisoy avenuo and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 11.30 a m, exiucsi
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Tndlanapulis,
oxprcss dally, 3.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon PiTTSBUita and Cloveland.'oxpress dally
9.30 a. m. and 8.40 p m.
Fou Lexinoton and points In the Shenan
doah Valley, 11.30 am.
Fon Wincjiesteii and way Stations t5.30 pm.
Fon I.uhay 8.40 p m.
Fon IlALTiuonE, week days. 4.05, 5.00, C.35,
7.20, 7.30. 8.00, 8.30, 9 30. (11.00, 12.00, 45 min
utes) a m, 12.10. 2.15, 2 50, (45-mlnuios) 3 15,
(45 minutes) 8.25, 4.20, 4.30, 4.3i 4.50. 5.30.
0.00,0.15,0 20, 184.108.40.206,9.50, 10.30, and 11.00
p m. Sundays, 4.65. 7.20. 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m.,
(12 CO, 45-mlnutcs) 1.10,2.15,2.50, (45-mInutes)
3.25, 4.20, 4.32, 4.50, (45-mlnut03) 0.00, C.15,
0.20, 7.30. 8.35, 10.30. U.C0 p m.
Fon Way Stations between Washington and
baltimoro, 5.00, 6.35,8.30 a m, 12.10,3.23, iSl,
u -m, 11. wi n m. &unaays, o.au a m, i.iu,
, 11.00 p.m.
Tbains leae Baltimoiie for Washington
5.00, 6.20, 6.30, 7 15, 7.20, 8.00
8 30, 8.35. 9.30 and 10.20, 10.35 a m:
2.10, 2.30, 2 50, 1 15, fi.00, 6 00, 0 20. 7.00, 7.30,
b.v, B.w, v.w. lu.iu, iu.-jj anu liuun m.
Sundays, 0 30, 7.15, 8.30, 8 35, 9.30, 10 20, 10 35
a m; 1.00, 1 05, 2.10, 2 30, 4,15, 5 00. 6.20, 7.00,
7.30, 8.20, 6.30, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 p m.
Fon Annai-olis. 6.35 and 8.30 a m, 12 10 and
4.S0 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.32 p m.
Lcavo Annapolis U.IO, 8.80 a m, 12.05, 3,50
pm. Sundays. 8.30 a m, 4 00 n m.
Fon stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
10.30, ts.30 am, 51.15 p m. For principal
stations only, tl0.40n in., t4 30 and t5,'!0 pm.
Fou Rockyille and Way Stations. t4.35 p m.
FounAiTiiERSBur.a and intermediate points,
tO.OO, S10.O0, til. 00 a m, tl.00, t3.00, 5.33,
19.45, S10 00. til 00 pm.
FonlioYu'sand Intermediate stations, 7.C0
Ciiuiicn train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.15 p m. stopping at all stations on Met
Fon FnEntnicK 16.30 $8. 30, 9.30, tll.30a m,
81.15. T3.30, tl 30 pm.
For. IUainsTowN, tll.SO a m and t5.30 p m.
Tiiains arrive from Chicago dally at 11,45 a m
and 4 10 pm; from Cincinnati and St. I.oula
dally 3 50 a m and 2 03 p m; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 5 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION
Fon New YonK, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza
beth. N. J 4 05, t8.C0, 10.00, 12.00 a. III.,
2.60, 4.M and '10.30 p. m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10 SO p. m., open at 0 00 p in.
Foil PiULAiiELriUA, I05, t8.00, 10.00, IJ.OO
noon. 2.50, 4.50, 015 and '10.30 p. m.
Fon Newark, Del.. Wilmington and Chester,
4 05.18.00a.m.. 12.00uoon. 2.50, 1.50, 0.15
and '10.30 p. m.
For. intermediate polnti between Baltimoro
and Philadelphia. t5.00 and J7 20a.ni ,112.10,
4.50 p. m.
Ttains leave New York for Washington,
9 00, 111.30 a m, '2.00, '3.20, '5.00 p m. and
Trains luhvo Philadelphia for Washington,
4.24, S.IS, '10.15, '11.35 a in, tl 40, '4 31,
'5.55. '7.32 p m.
For Atlantio City, 4.05 a in and 'lJ.COm.
tExcept Sunday. 'Dally. Sunday only.
Duggngo called for and chucked fiom
hotels and rokldonoos by Union Transfer Co.
on orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351
Pa. avo, aud at depot.
J. T. ODELL, Cn.S. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Den. Pass. Ag't.
R0 UTET March 2. 1S90.
Trains leave Union Dopot, sixth and H
Btrects. 10.57 a in for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dully. Arrrlve In
Old Point at 0:10 p m. and Norfolk at 6:10 p ra.
11:24 a m-C'lnelnnatl Expross, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Koatuoky
and Clnclunatl, Vostlbulo sleopers thrnujli
without change to Cincinnati, nrrivlng at7.J3
ll:10pm-F. F. V. Vestibule Llmltod, daily,
solid trains with dining cars run through,
without cliaugo to Cincinnati. Vestibule,
Sleopor for Loxlngtou and Loulsvlllo. Pull
roan cm a aro open to recelvo passengcra at
8:00 p. m. .
Oflico. 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
H W. FULLER, Gen. Posa. Agent.
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