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'TWAS CLOSE AND EXCITING
NEW HAVES BEATS WASHINGTON BY
A SCORE OF 3 TO 1.
Iilvoly Times Among tho Onrsmon on tlio
RIvor The Dtito for tho A. A. U. Moot
Changed lo October General Sporting:
New Haven, Conn., July 10. Now Havens
and Washingtons played n closo and exciting
gnmo this afternoon, tho homo team winning by
bunching: their hits in tho third and fourth in
nings. Hill made a great catch of a) foul and
Cahlll also made a catch of a foul. Score:
Now Havens 0 01 10000 0 a
"Washingtons 10000000 01
Bnso hits Now Havens, 8; Washingtons, 7.
Errors New Havens, 2; Washingtons, 1. Earned
runs Now Havens, 2; Washingtons, 1. Bat
teries Horner and Cahlll. Phillips- and Riddle.
Two-basohlts Wentz,3. Three base hit McKee.
Stolen bascs-Cahlll. Lynch, Lang, IJaeder,
Whistler, Jordan, 2; ltiddle. First-baso on
balls Glcason, Phillips. Lynch. First-baso on
errors -Now Havens, lj Wnshingtons, 1. Hitbv
pitched ball Baeder. Wild pitch, Homef.
Struck out Lynch, Baeder. Hill. Wentz, Bird,
Kiddle, Phillips. Doubloplay Lang and Schoc
neck. Attendance, 1,100. Time, 1:33. Umpire
Hunt. Jersey City, N. J.. July 10. Tho homo club
mado more lilts and fewer errors than tho
Newarks, yet were defeated by one run. Tho
decisions of the umpire, Kelly, wero of tho
rankest order. The attendance was fair, and
about a hundred ladles wero present. Tho
club's franchise will probably bo sold to Harris
burg if the negotiations for IUdgewood Park
Jersey Citys 0 0320020 18
Newarks 01331100 x 0
Base hits Jersey Cltys, 14; Newarks, 10. Er
rorsJersey Cltys. 4; Newarks, IS. Batteries
Koussey and McDermott; Dowd, Serad. and
Childs. Earned runs Jersey Citys, 4; New
arks, 3. Two-baee hits Dooley, Booms.
Thrco-base hits Brady, Johnson, 2; Fields,
Smith. Sacrifice hits Koussey, Fitzgerald,
Gilbert, Mansell, Childs, Serad. First-baso on
balls McGucken, 2; Dooley, Murphy, McDcr
mott, Dowd, Marshall, Smith, Serad. Stolen
bases McGucken, Murphy, ManBell, Smith.
Left on bases Jersey Cltys, 11; Newarks, 5. First
base on errors Jersey Citys, 2; Newarks. 3.
Struck out Dooley, Dowd. Dooms. Wild
pitch Serad. Double plays Brady and Dooley;
Koussey, Brady, and Daly. Time, 1:40. Umpire,
AVoncESTEn, July 10. Tho Worcastcrs nar
rowly escaped a shut-out to-day at tho hands of
the Baltimorcs, who won the game in tho ilfth
inning on a disastrous error by Spill. German
pitched a great game, and the Baltimorcs fielded
perfectly. Melster's and Henry's ploying wero
features of the game. Score:
Baltimorcs 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 x 4
Worcesters 00000000 11
Base hits Baltimores, 8; Worcesters, 3. EJB
rors Baltlmores, 5; Worcesters, C. Batteries
German and Tate, John Stafford and Terrien.
Two-baso hits Long, Terrien. Stolen bases
Mack, 2; Gorman. First-base on balls Kay,
Sommer, Spill, Jones, Terrien. First-base on er
rors Baltlmores, 3. Passed balls Tato, 2.
Struck out Long, Sommer, Spill, Campion,
Cutworth. Double plays Wcrrick and Power,
Kay, Mack, and Power. Time 1:45. Umpire
Haiitpoiid, Conn.. July 10. Two games wero
played to-day. The Hartfords won tho first, al
though their bad errors in tho ninth inning camo
near giving tho game to the visitors. Corcoran
retired in tho eighth inning, his linger being in
jured by a foul tip. First game:
Hartfords 0 000011103
Wllmingtons, 00000000 22
Base hits Hartfords, 3; Wilmington, 0. Er
rors Hartfords, 5; Wilmington, 3.
The second game was marked by heavy batting
by Wilmington, who pounded the bail all over
tho lot, particularly in the first inning, when
they earned seven runs out of eight scored.
Anderson, who plcched both games for the visi
tors, was not hit very hard. Tho fielding was
clumsy eu both sides. Score:
Hartford 10000100 0-2
Wilmiugtous 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 x 11
Bnso hits Hartfords, 4; Wllmingtons, 10. Er
rors Harttords, 0; Wilmington, 1.
New Yorks, 7; Clevelands, 5.
Philadelphlas, 4; Chlcaeos, 0.
Bostons, 0; Clncinnatls, 2.
lirooklyus, 8; Pittsbures, 3.
Brooklyns, 14; Clevelauds, 10.
New Yorks, 18; Pittsburgs, 7.
Philadelphlas, 8; BuiTalos, 1.
Chicagos, 7; Bostons, 7.
Roehesters, 7; Columbus, 1.
Loulsvilles, 15; Brooklyns, 12.
St. Louis, 0; Athletics, 0.
ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION RECORD.
New Havens 40 18
Baltlmores 53 20
Newarks 38 32
Worcesters 33 30
Wushlngtons & 35
Jersey Citys , :7 43
Wllmingtons 21 4(1
Hartfords 17 40
Bukfalo, N. Y., July 10. Mr. Moses Shlro, 0110
of tho principal stockholders ot the Brotherhood
club, arrived this morning from thoPhlliidelphia
meeting of the Players' Leuguo. To a reporter
Mr. Shiro said that arrangements have been
mado to strengthen tho local club. Two pitchers
have been olfered, but their mimes aro withhold
until tho deal is closed. Jay Faatz, formerly of
tho Torontos, and last year of tho Clevelands,
Will join tho club, and will bo its captain. With
regard to thu rumored transfer of tho Buffalo
Club to another city, Mr. Shiro said there Is no
possible chnnce of such a thing, as the manage
ment has no notion of selling out.
Tho Atlantic Association lit a meeting on Wed
nesday last at Jersey City received reports fiom
every city as to its ability to phiv tho season
through. Tho only club showing deolded weak
ness was Jersoy City, and the other seven organi
zations voted to help them bridge over the finan
cial trouble, in case Jersoy City should go out
Harrisburg Is eager to take tho placo vacated.
Tho League, with Us extra heavy surplus of
cash on hand, does not feel tho strain half as bad
as Its opponents, hence thcro is no doubt tho cir
cuit as now arranged will finish tho season and
play out their schedule. President Young is
elated at tho stato of allafra lately exhibited in
attendance at games throughout tho country,
and holds that tho Leuguo is tho favorlto, os it
has always been, with tho peoplo.
The Brotherhood clubs havo levied an assess
ment on the several organizations for tho pur
pose of .keeping up tho warfare. Tho sum
amounts to 20,000, and is to bo dovoted to New
York, Pittsburg, and Buttalo.ns till three of these
aro tlying fitigs ot distress. Thero is a movoon
foot to tninster the Buffalo Club to Detroit, now
thatcity is deprived of its International Leaguo
team. The average attendance at tho games in
Nuw York for tho past two weeks has been less
than 11 thousaud paid admissions, which, with tho
gilt-edged salaries they aro paying players, makes
itonlyuBhort matter of tlnio befoio tho club
would have to collapse. Philadelphia and Boston
aro tho only cities that keep up tho average, but
theso two cannot run tho whole circuit, hence
there is a decided weakness in the foundation of
tho Players' Leaguo at this writing. The end of
tho organization is predicted by many before tho
1st of August.
Tho Washingtons are playing lucky ball.
Tho Columbia Athletics havo now a strong
team or players.
"Brother Bill" Glcason Is doing tho heavy stick
work at present.
Philadelphia is tho best drawing city for base
ball in America.
Hatfield, of the New York Brotherhood, Is now
playing with tho Bostons.
Tho Buffalos, formerly the Washingtons, aro
playing just tho same old chump game.
CpnnloMnckis playing tho samo old rcliabio
ball that ho has played in tho last fivo years.
It looks bad for tho future prosperity of baso
ball to sec paraded In public tho suits atlaw over
certain affairs of tho Washington Club. These
suits prevented a sale of tho club, as no ouo de
sired to purchase tho f ranchiso with an injunc
tion and several sulfa hanging over it. The
Herald knows that if theso suite had not been
instituted tho club to-day would bo in the posses
sion of a very strong syndicate that would havo
pushed tho organization along to a big success.
Of course, if tho parties interested believed thoy
had just rights in tho premises they wero justified
in protecting them, but President Hewctt denies
their right, und says that if they were so anxious
about tho club, why didn't they advanco money
and help him out as joint stockholders. It Is bad
for baso ball, and tho outlook is not promising.
"Old Kadbourne," or tho Bostons, now that the
mercury is in tho nineties, is pitching the great
est ball of his life.
Jack Kiddle is certainly deserving of credit for
his work behind tho bat. He has caught nlnc
tenths of the whole number of games played.
Jerry O'Brien is with tho Hartfords, and last
week his "indisposition" caused him to bo
Paul Hines is playing splendid ball for tho
Bostons, and is filling Dicky Johnston's place in
centre-field with credit.
Tho reporters and police aro talking about
playing a series of games.
Tho letter carriers of this city aro arranging a
game with tho letter carriers of Baltimore, tho
camo to bo played in Baltimore some time early
in August. Tho local carriers havo several very
good players, and they should have no trouble
In getting out a strong team.
Many peoplo hereabouts believe tho Columbia
Athletics can do tho Washingtons. It wouldn't
bo surprising to see such a turn, as tho Athletic
boys aro putting up a strong game.
ATHLtETICS AND ROWING.
Crist and Barber, of the Columbias, have pur
chased a yacht and aro happy.
Courtney says ho hopes tho timo will come
when this city will bo selected as tho racing
ground of tho college clubs.
Some of the best oarsmen of tho Potomac Ath
letics have been laid up for repairs Elmoro with
a sprained ankle, Keynolds with Job's comfort
ers, and Norton with a heavy cold.
The regatta of the Potomac Athletic Club on
Wednesday evening last was a splendid affair,
the several aquatic contests being rowed with
considerable spirit and dash. Theso events servo
to infuse new lite into the membership, and It Is
n pity that tho clubs do not havo them weekly.
Tho Potomacs had three races at their first affair
on Wednesday junior and senior fours and
olght-oared shells and after the contests on the
water dancing was enjoyed.
Psotta is very much depressed over his failure
to capture the diamond sculls at Henley. Ho
will know better next time than to fool with his
Secretary W. Howard Gibson, who has accept
ably filled tho position of secretary of tho Na
tional Association of Amateur Oarsmen forsome
years, intends placing his resignation in the hands
of the executive committee at their meeting In
August. It is understood that the friends of Mr.
Howard Perry in the Athletic Union would like
to see him elected to tho vacancy. Thero is some
objection to this on tho part of the Analostan
and Potomac clubs. They hold that Perry is al
ready treasurer of the Athletic Union, and that
tho position, if allowed to come here, should go
to 0110 of the other club. Tho name most promi
nently mentioned is that of Col. Flowers, of tho
Duluth, Minn., July 10. Tho forthcoming
regatta absorbs all interest. Preparations havo
been completed for a great week of entertain
ment. Accommodations havo been mado for
2o,0C0 people, and thero will bo no crowding.
Tho programme is the most complete of any re
gatta ever held. On Monday It will bo opened
with the amateur juniors, twenty entries. On
Tuesday tho amateur seniors, with Pam
Boyton and professional doubles, Teemcr
and Hosmcr. Hanlau and Wise, Gaudur
and Hamm, Tenoyck and McKay, and others
entered. On Wednesday and Thursday tho MIs
aippl Valley .Association races tako placo with
soventy entries. Professional contesta takes
place Wednesday with Hanlan, Gaudeur,
Bosses, Erles, and West Ends as entries. For
Kennedy, and Plaisted aro entered. Consolation
professional singles comes off Saturday. Tho
Nortliwestern and Winnipeg Association has
Friday and Saturday. Capt. Paul Boyton, In
dian canoe races, pleasure boat races, yacht
races, thirty entries, etc., mako up tho rest of
Tho meeting of tho executive committee of tho
Amateur Athletic Union held hero last week was
mado very enjoyablo for tho visiting athletes.
The Columbia Athletics entertained them in a
handsomo stylo. Tho meeting accomplished
some Important legislation in behulf of pure
athletics, and it is understood that tho Union in
tends talcing decided grounds against plcnlo and
other athletes who simply belong to clubs
through their ability to run fast, toss tho ham
mer the requisite distance, etc Tho Union was
formed from thoold American Amateur Athletio
Association just for this purpose, but of lato tho
old ovll of clubs securing professional and 6cml
prolessional athletes has becomo so great that
nearly every largo club is infected.
Tho Analostan and Potomao clubs, having re
ceived ample encouragement from tho public,
will go ahead and make arrangements lor a re
gatta for somo timo in September. Tho monoy
that will bo needed for tho outlay, It is confiden
tially predicted, will bo raised by subscription
irom among geuerous citizens who tako an in
terest In the welfare of our rowing clubs and
aquatic sport in general. The Sunday Herald
will cheerfully receive subscriptions, and will
acknowledge them in its columns each Sunday
previous to tho regatta. Let our peoplo gener
ously respond to tho scheme, and help mako tho
regatta worthy ot tho city and our clubs. Tho
trophies to bo rowed for aro the Post and Star
cups for senior four-oared shells and tho Mason
cup for junior four-oared shells, prizes now held
respectively by tho Passalcs. or Newark, mid tho
Arlels, of Baltlmoio. Then it i3 understood that
a well-known geutleman will donate u eup for
eight-oared shells; leaving, therefore, only tho
purchasing of medals, banners, hiring of tugs,
and minor expenses to bo provided for by sub
scriptions. Tho ideu of a Potomao Klver navv
has met with a general acquiescence, and it will
no doubt becomo a feature of this season's pro
gramme. President Samuel Maddox, of tho
Analostans, is tho cholco for Commodore, and ho
would malfo an excellent officer,
Tho work of arranging Analostan Island for
tho great athletio meeting in Octobor i3 rap-
Idly progressing, ana everything Indicates that
tho track and field will be in a condition second
to none in America, when tho pick or the land
come to battle for the championship trophies.
Tho track, under Tommy U'Nell's care, has
reached as perfect a condition as it is possible
to bring it to. It is dead level, speedy, and if the
flyers do not equal tho beston records it will bo
becauso they arc not in condition. Tho carpen
ters aro now busy orectiug a club-honso for tho
uso or tho athletes, whllo also a largo grand
stand is being placed around and abovo it to
scat tho many thousands who will go thero to
seo tho ovents. It is going to bo a great affair,
and lor tho timo being athletically inclined
Americans will havo their eyes on Washington.
Tho Analostans aro rowing several very strong
junior and 6enior crows every arternoon. Tho
boys or tho bluo and white desire some or tho
medals this year.
Clinton C. Smlthson, after an absence or four
years, will onco again don tho Uniterm of tho
Potomao Athletic Club this summer.
It looks like tho good old days of 1881, '82, and
'83 around the Columbia Athletic house, for tho
presence of Charley Courtney has put now vi
tality Into tho rowing members, and they cannot
find boats enough ter them to get alloat. Three
eights, four fours, and as many gig crows out
ovcry night givo an idea or the enthusiasm in
tho ranks of tho Columbias. It is a treat to
watch them at work.
After a week's work Courtney, tho trainer of
tho Columbia Athletics, has picked out tho fol
lowing crew for tho eight that will probably bo
entered at Worcester next month in the National
Kegatta: Jannus stroke, Kondrup 7, Nuto 0,
Johnson 5, Baker 4, Kyan 3, Kerr 2, Kenyon 1.
This is unquestionably a very strong crew. In
reservo Courtney will havo such men as Elder,
Harban. McKinney, Woodward, Green, and sev
eral of tho now aspirants in case of accident to
tho regular picked crew.
Tho Ariels, of Baltimore, have returned tho
eight-oared shell that they borrowed from tho
Columbias for thoPatapsco regatta.
Tho Potomacs havo ordered a now cedar four
oared shell from Davis, of Portland. It will bo
a superior craft in every respect, tho builder
says, to tho ono tho club has used so successfully
in tho past five years, and will bo supplied with
all tho latest improvements in rig and sweeps.
Ono of tho additional features or tho regatta
this year will bo tho Introduction of a junior
elght-oared race, a class of races that has becomo
very prominent in racing dates at tho North.
The Potomacs will commence work on Monday.
Tho Analostans aro getting out somo good row
ing crows, and it would appear that they will
havo no trouble in bringing forth a first-class
Tho Columbia Athletics somo time ago re
quested tho Amateur Athletic Union to change
tho date of their annual fall meeting from Sep
tember 13 to a date later on. At a recent meet
ing hero a committee was selected, consisting of
Messrs. II. Perry, of tho Columbias, and Mr.
Hough, of tho Manhattan Club, or Now York, to
mako tho change, ir expedient. Tho New York
Club had selected October 11 as their date, but
under instruction they waived their claim to it
and allowed the Amateur Athletic Union to tako
it. Thcretero the rail championship meeting
of tho Amateur Athletic Union will bo held on
Analostan Island, October 11, instead or Septem
ber 13, as termerly selected.
Entries for Monday's Racos.
Briohton Beach, July 10. The entries for
Monday are: First race Purso $300; for all ages;
soiling allowances; three-quarters of a mile.
Racquet. 110; Crispin. Dalesman. 112; Nina W.,
109; Tho Sinner, Ten Strike, 108; Long Jack. 100;
Koger, 104; Hardwork. 103; Albemarle. 102: Now
burg. 101; Franco, 101; Lorlllard, 102; Hcmef,
100; Tappahannock, 03. Second race Purso
$300; for maiden two-year-olds; weights
ten pounds below scale; allowances; five-eighths
of a mile. Pestilence. Happy George, Seed,
Wlllard, Slnaloa colt, Headlight, Octagon. 108;
Pocahontas. Kouletto filly, Sadie Somers filly,
105; Lucky Clover. 00; King Ira, 08; Hannah,
Kate Clark, Lady Glasgow filly. 03. Third race
Purso S500; for three-year-olds and up; selling
allowances; 1J miles. Major Piokctt, 114; Elove,
113: Tho Bourbon, 111; Bonanza. 105; Pocatello, 1C0;
100; Troy, Ernest, 102; Howard, Pomery Sec, 98;
Darling, 05; Middicstone. 80. Fourth race Purso
31.000; tor tliree-vear-olds and up; beaten allow
ances; seven-eighths of a mile. Ballsten, 124;
Ofalece, Miss Cody, 100; Glcnmound, Gen. Gor
don, Bellwood, 117; Sterling. Village King, 113;
Puzzle, 112; Owen Golden, Theora, 112; Vivid.
110; Bluo Dress, 108; Grand Duke. Violet geld
ing, 08. Sixth race Purse $300; a handicap hur
dle race; 11 miles over five hurdles. Bassance,
153; Pat Oakley. 152; Killarnoy, 150; Linguist
110; Vancluse, 148; Jim Murphy, 147; Kepartee,
130; Zangbar, 140; Leo Christy, 110: Tarquin,
130; Monto Cristo, 139; Harodsburg, 130.
GuTTENiiKRa. N. J., July 10. Tho entries for
Monday are: First race Purso $300; beaten
horses; three-quarters of a mile. Kudolph Alva,
120; Kedllght, Slumber. Count Luna, Carlow.
Boodle, Sir Koderlck, 117: Facll B., He, Little Bill,
109; Ethus. 105; Nomad, 00; Sterling, 09; Millie It.,
100. Second race Purso $300; soiling; ono mile.
Lonely. Ill; Lancaster. Vaulter, Vigilante, Black
Thorn, Keynote, 110; Billy Brown, 107; Pegasus,
Top Sawyer, Wauderment.Molwood.lOS: Benefit,
101. Third race Purso $300; for two-year-olds;
five-eighths of a mile. Llttlo Fred, 115;
Carracus. 105; Virginia Belle, Herniation filly,
Truth. 102. Flazette, 102; Upman, 100; Chat
ter, 07. Fourth race Purso S5O0; all ages;
llvo-elghts of a mile. Jim Gray,
Torchlight, nowo, Hevelor, Mart Gibson, 118;
Osceola, Equality. 115; Hancocas, 109; Little
Mickey. Cupid, Llllio D.. Dr. Jokyll, Zoolite,
Bloss, 103; Golucky, 07. Fifth race Purso $500;
all ages; 1 1-10 miles. Gen. noulangor. Subal
tern, Gounod, 112; Larohmont, 107; Bola. 102;
Kimberly, 100; MaggloK.,07. Sixth race-Purse
S300; selling; soven-elghths of a mile. Cllffwood,
115; Gardner. 112; Jonnlo MoForland, 109; Mary
11., Gilmer, Hatto, 100; John Mullinp, 103; Ted
dlngton, 100; Davo S Tonoka, Qulbbler, Jim
Gates, Mazio, 97; Pontlco, 109.
Races at Monmouth Pnrlc.
Monmouth Paiik, July 10, FirstrncoH miles
Stockton won. Judge Morrow second, Theodlsius
third. Time, 1:57.
Second race Six furlongs straight. Strath
month won. Bolero second, Ambulance third.
Third raco One railo. Prince Koyal won, Tav
Iston second, Eurus third. Timo, 1:10.
Fourth race U miles. Trustan won, Eon sec
ond. Time, 2:24.
Fifth raco H miles. Clarendon won, Adamant
second, Longford third. Time, 1:57.
Sixth race-Six furlongs straight. Jago won,
Louise second, Arab third. Time, 1:111.
Sovcnthracu-Oneinllo straight. Pagan won,
Orillamino second. Philosophy third. Time, 1:41.
Eighth raco Fivo turlongs straight. Peter
won. Adventuress second, Jack of Diamonds
A Hmnins l'if-con Raco.
To-dav tho twenty-fivo birds of tho members
of tho Washington Federation of Homing Pig
eon Flinders will bo turned looso at Covesville,
Va., 120 miles, alr-llno distance, to compete for
tho training basket donated by Mr. Ed S.
Schraid. Among tho entries aro birds from
Messrs. Samual Wallace, J. H. Stookman, A. G.
Glorius, Gcorgo W. Phillips. John Hotter. Lewis
Turner, and II. A. Sollhausen. This will bo tho
first young bird raco (1890 hatch) to tako placo in
tho city. Thisovoning.atB o'clock, at tho Fed
eration room, tholucky winner will bo presented
with his prize,
Mrs. Molancon Is another victim of tho recent
cyolono in Minnesota.
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MISS HELEN LAMONT,
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LOTS OF FUN.
Salo of seats begins Thursday morning, July 24.
SELECT FAMILY EXCURSION
On Friday, July 25, 1890, by Stansbury Lodgo
No.Cl, F. A. A. M. Steamer Samuol J. Pentz
will leave Sovonth-strcet wharf at 0:45 A. M., 1:45
and 0:45 P. M. Tickets for salo by members and
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TUESDAY MORNING, July 22,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
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sylvania avenue northwest, a collection of
and other Furniture,
To which we invito attention.
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TREASURY DEPARTMENT, JULY 14, 1890.
Thero will bo sold at public auction, at 10
o'clock A. M. FRIDAY', August 1, 1890, within
tho Treasury premises, a miscellaneous collec
tion of unserviceable property belonging to this
Department, consisting or Furniture, Carpets,
Steves, cte. Terms of sale: To tho highest bidder
for cash. Articles sold to bo removed without
delay, at tho risk and expense of tho purchasers.
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best equipped institutions in its lino in the city.
The premises occupied aro provided with every
convenience and facility needed for tho cleans
ing of all kinds of wearing apparel, a specialty
being made of Collars and Culls and Flannels.
Thirty hands aro permanently employed, and a
lady is given charge of ladies' apparel. Tho
establishment is connected by telephone, tho
call being 1092-3. Work is called for and de
livered by wagon at residences, and all work is
guaranteed to bo perfect, every care being
taken to prevent tho slightest injury to fabrics,
however dellcato. Tho charges aro placed at
tho lowest point, and a liberal discount from
the regular price-list is made to families. The
members of the firm aro Messrs. F. II. Walkeb
and F. E. S.uitii, both of whom aro natives of
Washington, and widely known and very popu
lar in tho community.
S. S. SHEBD & BRO.
THE INDUSTRIAL SAYINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
It PAYS BENEFITS in tho EVENT of DEATH.
It is (l SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
It LOANS MONEY TO ITS MEMBERS.
SHARES, TWENTY.FIVE CTS. A MONTH.
J. II. SOULE, THOMAS Q. IIENSBY,
oc27-tfl ia00 F Street Northwest
THE STORAGE WAREHOUSE
American Security and Trust Co.,
A. T. KKITTON. President.
Wcstsldo Fifteenth street, between L and M.,
Will bo open to receivo Furniture, CarnaKCS, Sil
verware, Urlo-ft-Urac, Statuary, Wine, Trunks of
Clothing, ami Valuables of all kinds on Storugo
August 15, 1600.
Soparnto Locked Iron Compartments.
Special Facilities for Storago of Silverware,
Pianos, Mirrors, Pictures, and Rooks.
Goods of all Descriptions Carefully Paoked and
Moved without trouble to owners.
Tho only Absolutely Firo-proof Building in tho
cltv not owned by tho Government.
Herdtcs pass door.
Terms and full information obtained at office
American Security and Trust Company. 1110 G
street N. V. ALBERT M. KEAD,
General Manager, Warehouso Dept.
INSURE IN THE
American Accident Indemnity
Association oi New York.
$5,000 Insurance for SI 2 per Year.
Homo Office, C17. 518, nnd 519 Temple Court,
J A II. B. BOLTON, District Agent,
Ja5-tfd Koom SO, Atlantio Building.
DR. H. M. SOHOOLEY,
BOOMS 03-04 PACIFIC BUILDING,
Telephono 635 033-03-1 E STKKET.
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