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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUS.T 24, 189G.
NEWS OF FIELD AND RIVER.
WHAT THE LOGAI. ATIIXKTKS
OAKSiUKN AUK DOING.
The Columbia itnil Potomno Grown Getting
Keuriy for Stilton Island General Gos
sip ntul Personal Nptos From tho Clubs.
With this wock ends tho linttl training that
tho ColmnbIn8 and Potomac Athletics havo car
ried on now for several months, as on Monday,
September 1, the two representative clghUoared
crews will meet on tho rapid Kill von Kull at
Statcn Island to meet somo of tho best eights of
America and settle which Is the better crow.
The feeling is high between tho two organiza
tions. Tho practice spins of tho crows havo been
watched with considerable interest during tho
past week and tho improvements in each havo
been marked. Tho Columbias aro rowing cleaner
and prettier than tho Potoraacs, their blado
work bolng exceptionally fine and accurate,
while several of the Potomacs have been decid
edly ofllsh and jerkj'. Plaistud hopes to correct
theso faults by Tuesday evening, when every
thing will bo plain sailing, as ho beliovcs thoy
will beat the Columbias.
A member of tho base-ball committee of tho
Columbia Athletic Club who displays consider
able Interest in tho wolfaro of tho ball team re
marked a day or two ago to a Heiiald represen
tative that tho team which would represent tho
C. A. C. In tho contest for tho championship of
tho Amateur Athletic Union would bo selected
from players who display earnestness in their
efforts to strengthen tho club by practlco nnd in
contests with other teams and not from among
those who have at tenuis played errorless games
and who after such eames rcst.upon their laurels
and no doubt thought themselves booked at
onco for the championship games. "Those who
expect to play in tho A. A. U. games," said this
committeeman, "must practlco whenever an op
portunity presents itself, and that, as every one
knows, is very often In fact, dally for tho
gymnasium with its muscle-making appliances
can bo used and with good effect.
Tho board of governors of tho Potomac Ath
letic Club held an important meeting on Ion
day evening and mapped out considerable work
for tho future welfare of tho club. Negotiations
were entered Into with a prominent boat-builder,
who agrees to put on a steamboat to run be
tween the club-houso and tho athletic grounds
of tho club, tbii3 affording all ample opportu
nity to get to tho resort In an easy manner. The
base-ball management was placed in the bunds
of Mr. W. M. Oilley, and he was given authority
to name two lieutenants to assist him in making
all necessary arrangements of games, etc., for
tho benefit of the players. This will help tho
tennis players and runners, while those who aro
to play on the foot-ball team will now havo
ample opportunity to get the needed practice.
Tho athletic members of the Potomacs are
working very hard to infuse new life into that
branch of the organization, and Master of Ath
letics Elmore is materially assisting tho boys in
their persevering endeavors, while Mr. W. M.
Oilley, the base-ball manager, is moving every
obstacle away In order to build up the decaying
enthusiasm. With them in their work Is Judge
Dyrenforth, tho able and efficient vice president
of tho organization, who Is doing more than the
rest of tho executive officers combined to pro
mote the interest of the club. lie Is a thorough
business man and possesses excellent executive
John T. Crossley, tho well-known professor,
who now has charge of the athletic department
of the Columbia Athletic Club, of Washington,
D. C, was in New York last week with II. M.
Dickinson, who took part in tho Star games and
won the quarter. Crossloy Is well posted on
athletics, was a champion sprinter, and as a
gymnast can hold his own iu any company. It
is too bad that the Columbia Athletic Club has
not a larger number of active athletes, for with
Crossley "iu charge they could all in a short time
make a good showing. Sporting Times.
Competition, whether among the members' of
the Columbia Athletic Club or others, Is no
doubt beneficial, and tho knowledge of this has
caused Capt. Stincmctz to select a team of ath
letes to represent tho winged arrow at an
open contest at tho Roekvillo Fuir, to bo held
tho 3d and 4th of September. It Is moro than
likely that Kiner, Elliott, Dickinson, Rainier,
and irwiu will be among those who will com
prise ho team.
Tho Columbia eight-oared crow for Statcn
l6liind will he as follows, Jannus 8, Snyder 7,
Criht (i, Ityan 5, Johnson 4, Baker 3. Shoemaker
2, Kcnvon 1, Smith coxswain. Tho Potomac
eight will be: Dyer 8, Fischer 7, Smtthson
0, Reynolds 5, Reiuehardt 4, Elmoro 8, Sawyer
2, iNorton i, uoucrts coxswaiu. iiiey navo
been rowing in their present positions for three
weoUs and aro in good form.
President Hood, of tho Columbias, is chair
man of tho sub-committee of tho East Washing
ton Bridge celebration that is to mako arrange
ments for a regatta on tho Eastern Branch the
afternoon of August 2(5. Several conversations
havo taken place between tho presidents of tho
different clubs, but nothing definite has been
Following tlTo ceremonies' in celebration of
tho opening of tho now bridge over Eastorn
Branch a regatta will be held. Tho races will
begin about OP. M. Tho Potomacs will row
two debts and tho Columbias two fours or gigs,
and other numerous contests will take place.
"Wo wish to apologlzo to tho Washington
IIisitAjii). In an article a few weeks ago wo
mentioned tho name of The Hkk.vi.d instead of
tho HcpuUic. The Heuald is right. It Is not
a boiler-plate concern, and I hopo to see It overy
week hereafter." Sullivan in Sporting Life,
The Athletic Club of tho Schuylkill Navy will
not send an elirht-oared crow to tho Staten
Island regatta this year. Lack of training time
Is tho ostensible reason. It Is to bo feared that
tho Internal dissensions over tho commodoro
ehlp may havo something to do with It.
Plaisted says tho Potomac eight aro In splendid
condition and should como near, very near,
winning at Staten Island. Tho crow will pos
sibly bo as follows; Norton 1, Sawyer 2, Smith
son 3, Rhlnehart4, Elmoro 5, Reynolds!), Fisher
7, Dyerstioke, Roberts coxswain.
Phil Browu and W. E. Crist, accompanied by
Mr. V. T. Crossloy, tho trainer of tho athletic
division of tho Columbia Athletics, leavo Mon
day for Niagara Fall6, where tho two noted
bicyclists aro to engairo iu tho races of tho
League of American AVheelmeu.
A tug of-war team is soon to bo selected from
among tho members of tho Columbia Athletic
Club, Tho names of Jack Rainier, Billy But
terworth, Charley Swan, Harry Raploy, Kesloy
Bchoopf, James Wade, and II. M. Dickinson
aro submitted as likely men.
Courtney and Plaisted aro great friends, aud
whilo talking to them an evening or two ago
they both expressed themselves as satisfied with
tho showing of their respective crews, and both
are sanguine of success.
Judge Dyrenforth, vice president of tho
Potomacs, and his daughter, Miss Ethel, will
sail for Europo ou tho Umbrla Aucust 30. Tho
Judge will return somo time iu October,
Mr, Courtney has changed tho Columbia A.
G. crew that rowed at Worcester, taking out of
tho boat Kondrup, Nuto, and Karr, iu their
places putting Snyder, Crist, aud Shoemaker.
Courtney thinks this change will mako the crow
much stronger, as it will lighten tho crow very
much, enabling them to row a much faster
stroke, which it will bo necessary to row in tho
Staten Island raco on September 1, ns tho raco
is only ono mile.
Crist, of tho Columbias, has developed into
a first-class sweep oarsman under tho caroful
training of Courtney.
Johnson, O'Leary, and Simms, of tho Colum
bias, were out in a canoo Friday evening in tho
storm, when a sudden gust upset them. After
floundering for several minutes in tho water tho
Columbia Ferry, Capt. Jack in command,
Joo Reynolds, of tho Potomac Athlotic Club,
has forsaken rowing for baso ball.
Willlo Day, tho champion onc-mllo runner of
America, last week commenced to train for tho
games hero In October, and Is rapidly getting
into his old form.
Messrs. Mason, Freuch, and Van Dachen
hauson, of tho Potomacs, aro developing into
fast sprinters, and boforo long thoy will bo able
to glvo tho boys a bard pull.
Plaisted is a jolly cood fellow. After tho
men havo taken their "usual row and dined ho
gathers tho boys around 'him and spins yarns.
He tolls good ones, too.
Plaisted and Elmoro went gunning for black
birds in tho marsh last week. A largo flock
was sighted and Plaisted stood up In tho boat
and let both barrels of his gun co at them. Ho
was promptly kicked overboard by tho recoil,
and he did not got any birds cither.
As soon ns Pat Wells returns from Atlantic
City ho will commenco training with tho base
ball and athletic members of tho Columbia Ath
letics. A club regatta will be held by tho Potomacs
early iu tbo week, being tho last ono beforo
their departure for Staten Island Saturday night.
Courtney thinks Jack Gaudaur tho best single
sculler in America, but says O'Connor would
givoblm a tight raco if ho would properly train.
John Relnbardt, of tho Potomacs, thinks of
purchasing Plalsted's shell and hereafter devote
himself to sculling. Ho will mako a good ono.
Tho Potomacs are striving to organize a ball
club, and it is hoped thoy may succeed and
havo a friendly game with the C. A. C.'s.
Some miscreant broke into tho bouse upon
the Potomac Athletic grounds and carried
away nearly all tho ball paraphernalia.
Dr. Wllltom Wirt and his brother, John Wirt,
of tho Columbia Athletics, bavo returned from
their two weeks' trip to tho sea-shore.
Fred Staylor, of tho Columbia Athletic Club,
has forsaken tho Bholl for tho bicycle, and is
doing daily practice.
The Potoraacs are rowing somo splendid
juniors, and thoy will show up good and strong.
Mr. Harry Seldon, of tho Potomacs, has re
turned from his outing to Atlantic City.
Tho Potomac quartette and band aro capable
of dispensing somo dolightful music.
W. W. Karr, of tho Potomacs, has returned
from a delightful Southern trip.
Owing to constant practice Elliott has im
The sights on the river at present are very in
spiring. BASE BALL.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 23. Baltimoro
turned the tables on tho home team to-day,
winning easily. New Haven had men on bases
many times, but tho hit necessary to bring
them in was not forthcoming. Scoie:
Baltimore 3 2 0 0 10 0 0 x-0
Now Haven 00000000 0-0
Baso hits Baltlmorcs. 7; Now Havens, 0; Er
rorsNew Havens, 3. Earned runs Baltlmorcs,
1. Two-baso hit Townsend. Stolen bases
Long, Mack, McGucken, Hull. First on balls
Powers, McGucken, Townsend, Mack, McKeo.
First on errors Baltlmorcs, 1. Struck out
Gcrmun, Hill. McGucken. Cudworth. Doublo
piny Doylo alone. Passed balls Townsend, 1.
Hit by pitched ball Hill. Umpire Kcllcy.
Time 1:40. Attendance 2,500.
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 23. Tho Ilarris
burg team shut out tho homo club to-day. At
tendance, 325. Score:
Wilmington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Harrlsbunr 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 x-5
Earned runs Harrlsburgs, 3. Two-base hits
Eagan, Gibson. Vallec. First-baso on balls Wil
mington?. 2; Harrlsburgs, 1. First on errors
Wilmingtons, 2; Harrisburors, 4. Struck out
By Loiper, 3; by Cox, 7. Time, 1:47. Umpire,
Bostons, 10; BufIalo6, 0.
Philadelphia?, 12; Chlcagos. 10.
Now Yorks, 0; Clevolantls, 5; ten innings.
Brooklyns, 9; Pittsburgs, 8.
Phlladelphias, 7; Pittsburgs, 0.
Now Yorks, 7; Clnclnnatis, 1.
Brooklyns, 1; Chlcagos, 0.
St. Louis, 2; Loulsvilles, 4.
Svracuses, 4; Brooklyns, 1.
Tbledos, 2; Columbus, 3.
Rochesters, 9; Athletics, 2.
Tho Atlantic Association is dead.
Green, of tho Athletics, is now pitching for
Barnlo has jumped tho track to tho American
Henry, lato of tho Baltimores, is playing with
tho Atlantic Citys.
Tho Brotherhood clubs appear to hold their
own in tho patronago race.
George Keefo, tho Washington pitcher, has
been released by tho BufTalos.
Tho Columbia Athletics will como very near
winning tho A. A, U. championship.
Klnslow, tho Washington player with tho
Brooklyns, was in the city last week.
The Columbia Athlotic Club's ball team will
play tho Sandy Springs team to-morrow in
.Will wo havo a Leaguo club horo next year ?
Prosidont Young, of tho Loague, says uncon
Charley Snyder Is creating a great impression
as an umpire. Ho made a big mistake in leav
ing tho Leaguo,
Ho signs himself Manager Ted Sullivan still,
but far from tho madding whirl of Washington,
as ho is with tho Pittsburg Leaguo team.
Lewis J. Wells, Jr., of tho Columbia Athlet
ics, will play on tho ball team in tho A, A, U.
games. Ho was tho star catcher of tho Lafay
etto College team.
Tho Baltimoro Sim calls on Hill, latoly of
Washington, but now with tho team of that
city, to hit tho ball harder. Thoy do not fancy
his "Nancy bunches."
Now that "Pat" Wells is homo from Atlantic
City tho ball team of tho Columbia Athlette
Club will receive a lot of beueflclal practice.
"Pat" believes in plenty of practlco and Is
captain of the team,
Tho word has gone forth that tho League will
establish a club hero next season aud that it
will bo a good oue. Perphaps tho franehlso of
tho Pittsburgs will bo transferred hero, and
then "Teddy" will onco moro become a Sena
tor. Tho local press representatives aro talking
about arranging a game with tho outside corre
spondents for the champion bauuer. Tho up
towns would select tholr team from Austin,
Bain, Barry, Brooks, Boyle, Clark, Crounse,
Lamer, Elam, Roberts, Hood, Merrilnt, aud
Gutbridge, whilo tho down-towns would depend
on Harries, KaufTman, Lyon, Doyle, McSweon,
McGlll, Sperry, West, Carteret, Tubman, and
Tho Columbia Athletics will play tho Now
Jersey Athletics their first championship gamo
September 0, at Bergen Point. Tho second
gamo will bo played hero Soptcmbcr 18, on
Analostan Island. Theso games aro for tho A.
A. U. championship.
Very few enthusiasts in this vicinity will re
gard tho fact that tho Brooklyn American As
sociation team failed to mako tho rlfilo by which
a transfer was to bo made to this city for tho
romalnder of tho season. Wo havo had enough
tail-ends in this vicinity, and tho longer they
keep away from tts tho better. It would bo an
excellent movo to bring tho Brooklyn Players'
I League here to finish up tholr games ns sched
uled, as they stand well up in tbo championship
race, and would create, wo aro sure, a decided
revival in tho national gamo. But with tho
Brooklyn Association out of tho way it lsdoubt
fullf tho movo could bo made, as the directors
would rather sco them mako a direct fight
against tho Leaguo now that ono important ele
ment is out of tho way. So it looks as if Wash
ington was in tbo consommo for this year at
Tho game of ball put up by tho Columbia
Athlotic Club's team Friday afternoon at Capi
tol Park was of tbo brilliant order. The mem
bers of tho team lack somewhat In stick work,
which thoy will overcome by practicing and
learning to wait. Tho fielding of BcaU and
Bolway calls for tho highest praise. Key worth
as a pitcher is demonstrating to many of the
heavy batters iu and around Washington that,
though with scarcely any practice, ho Is able
often to retire them in one, two, three order.
As soon as Daly reduces bis weight, which will
mako him more activo, ho will mako base-runners
hug their bases closer than ,thoy even do
now. Tho Columbia Athletic Club can select a
strong team for tho championship series from
such players, as Daly, Wells,-. Key worth, Burke,
Green, Bolway, Spriginan,' Walsu, Beall, Dick
inson, Jones, and King.
Sunol's Fust Trot at Chtcngo.
Washington Paiuc, Chicago, Aug. 23. To
day's events closed a week's races, and tho
meeting of tho Northwestern Breeders' Trotting
and PacingAssoclation. Financially tho meet
ing has been one of profit. To tho public it has
been very satisfactory and pleasing. Four races
were on the card for to-day's programme with
tho unfinished raco of yesterday. Tho second
event was tho test of Sunol, tho famous Cali
fornia mare, who started to beat tho four-year-old
record of 3:11J previously made by this
wonder and tho record of Maud S. if possible.
Tho unfinished 2:32 class trotting, mile heats,
purse $1,000, was won by Navidad. Best time,
Q.1.1 nnnlnrr nnren S1 (Wl- mlln
heats; threo in
five. Won by Pickaway, Roy
Wilkes second. Best time, 2:14J.
Second raco Sunol camo past tho stand
driven by tho veteran, Charles Marvin. After
scoring once Sunol camo down very fast, Mar
vin nodding his head for the word, which ho got
as tho maro reached tho wire. Tho paco to tho
first quarter fwas terrific, tho maro going tho
distance in thirty-two seconds, a 2:03 gait.
From this to tho half she seemed to lose her
speed, reaching tho half polo in 1:05J, but this
time seemed to indicate her speed, as she went
to tho three-quarter in 1:39, and homo in 2:10.
Marvin urged her greatly in tho last quarter.
This time equals her performance as a three-year-old.
Third raco 2:23 stake; pacing; mile heats;
three in five; purse $2,000. Cricket won. Best
The fourth race, free-for-all trotting, was
called oil on account of darkness.
Uxtrn Races lit Brighton IJoacli.
Biuohton BEAcn, Aug. 23. This was an
extra day here. But two thousand regulars
were present. Tho track was muddy and
lump', but considering tbo drawbacks tho sport
was good. If it does not rain between now and
next Monday Teuny will bo sent to break Tcn
broeck's mile record. Tho breeze was drving
tho course rapidly toward tho latter part of" tho
afternoon, and if to-morrow should bo pleasant
it will be specially prepared for Teuny.
First race Five furlongs. Best Boy won by
threo lengths from Tom Karl, who beat King
Arthur for place. Time, 1:041.
Second race Ono mile. Vivid won,
second, Gratitude third. Time, 1:47.
Third race Six furlongs. Mamio B
vorite, and Kyrl B. wero loft at tho post
Guard won, Lady Blackburn second,
pierro tniru. Time, i-.ivt.
Fourth race 1 1-10 miles. Tea Tray won,
Elevo second, Gen. Gordon third. Time, 1:54.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Jack of Diamonds
won, Annlo G., second, Appotomax third.
Sixth race Short course. Futurity won, Re
peater second, Pat Oakley third. Time, 3:17?.
Races at Sarutogn.
Sahatoga, Aug. 23. Tho weather is cold
aud rainy. The track is a sea of mud.
First raco Six furlongs. Kitty Van won,
Penn P. second, and Carnot a closo third.
Time, 1:193. Mutuels paid ?3.80.
Second race Ono mile. McDonald won
easily by five lengths, Gunwad second, and
Clio third. Time, l:47i. Mutuols paid $2.70.
TUird raco Tho Congress Hall stakes; heats
of eight furlongs. Los Angeles won tho first
heat easily. Dolllkcns was second, a neck In
front of Wary, third. Timo, 1:20. All bets
wero on tho final result, not on tho heats. Tho
betting agalii6t all but Los Angeles went up to
20 to 1 after tho first heat. Los Angeles won
tho second in a cantor by flvo lengths, Dolll
kcns beating Wary by half a length for second
place. Time, 1:201. Mutuels paid $2.00.
Fourth raco li miles. Marauder won by a
length, O'Faleco second, and Costa Rico third.
Mutuels paid $8.70.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Ballyhoo won,
Bohemian second, two lengths beforo Dyer,
third. Time, 1:20. Mutuels paid $3.20.
HnceH nt Monmouth l'nrlc A Disappoint
ment. Moniiouth Panic, Aug, 23. Just after tho
first raco Judge Morrow was scratched in tho
Choice stakes, as his owner did not want to
givo him a hard raco In view of his engagement
to meet Smaloa at Brighton on next Friday.
Of course, this was a grea. disappointment to
tho crowd, as many made the journoy for tho
express purpose of seeing Tournament and
Judge Morrow fight it out.
First raco One mile. My Fellow won by a
neck, whilo Worth boat Belwood four lengths
for tho place. Time, 1:48.
Second race Six furlongs. La Tosca won as
sho pleased by two lengths from Reckon, who
beat Sorcerer a half length for tho place.
Third raco The Choico 6takes for four-year-olds
of $100 each, with $2,500 added; 1J miles.
Tournament simply galloped tho wholo way
and won by four lengths. Time, 2:51,
Fourth race 11 miles. Orlllammo uuder tho
most vigorous kiud of riding won by threo parts
of a length, whilo Eric beat Reporter two lengths
for tho place. Time, 2:15,
Fifth raco Flyo furlongs. Bertha Campbell
won, Mrs. Donuett second, Emma J. third.
Sixth raco Ono milo. Vendetta won, Monroo
secoud. Time, 1:47.
Sovcuth raco Six furlongs. Volunteer won
by a length, whilo St. James boat Montague a
length aud a half for tho place. Rancocas,
Bravo, Kismet, and tho rest wero well up, Timo,
Eighth race Three-quarters straight. Tho
Niagara colt won, Aqulllon second, Two Lips
third. Time, 1:17.
MONDAY, AUG. 25, 1890
. We are having a.special sale
of Children's School Hosiery,
and offer extra good values in
"Fast Black" Ribbed Hose at
19c. and 25c. per pair.
A special value in Ladies'
Fall-weight Swiss Ribbed Bal
briggan Vests, high neck and
long sleeves, at 38c, worth 50c
(Successor to It. H. Taylor,)
933 Pa. Ave. and 926 D St. N. W.
Tho cleansing of personal attire Is an Industry
of no small importance, and much of what foV
merly had to bo done In this lino in tho houso
hold, to tho annoyance and discomfort of all
concerned, Is now accomplished speedily and
effectively by tho modern public laundries,
with their steam-power machinery and special
appliances. Ono of tho most successful and
enterprising of theso useful establishments is
No. 522 Tenth Street Northwest,
Of which Messrs. F. II. Wai.keh & Co. aro
tho proprietors. This is in all respects a lead
ing and notoworthy concern, bolng by common
consent among tho largest, most reliable, and
best equipped Institutions in its lino in tho city.
Tho promises occupied aro provided with overy
convenience and facility needed for tho cleans
iug of all kinds of wearing apparol, a specialty
being mado of Collars and Cuffs and Flanuols,
Thirty hands aro permanently employed, and a
lady is given chargo of ladies' apparel. Tho
establishment is couuected by telephone, tho
call being 1092-8. Work is called for and de
livered by wagon at residences, and all work is
guaranteed to bo perfect, overy caro being
taken to provont tho slightest Injury to fabrics,
however delicate. Tho charges aro placed at
tho lowest point, and a liberal discount from
tho regular price-list is mado to families. Tho
membors of tho firm aro Messrs. F, II. Walkisu
and F. E, Smith, both of whom aro natives of
Washington, and widely known and very popu
lar in the community,
Wm. H. McKnews
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1225 Md avo s w. 0 rs 15 00
STORES. OFFICES. ETC.
Rooms 9 and 10, 2d iloor, 003 15th st 330 00
Store 441 G stnw, 2 rs 20 30
Store-room 1541 Mstnw 15 00
408 La ave, back room, 2d iloor 15 00
Strand dwsr 009 1 st no, 0 rs 18 00
9th st nnd Pa ave, room 8 12 50
Hall 1300 4J stsw 12 00
Storo-room 421 Lstse 8 00
Storo-room 331 Kst nc 8 00
Shop rear 1020 O st nw 5 CO
In sums to suit nt 0 per cent.
Tho nbovo Is only a portion of tho property on
my books. For full list call nt oillco for bullotin,
issued on tho 1st and 15th.
fo!7-ly T.E. WAGGAMAN.
J. MAUKY DOVE,
COAL and WOOD
SPLINT and CANNEL COAL
EVKK SOLD IN WASHINGTON.
TWHNTY-l'IKST AND I STREKTS.
BRANCH OFFICES :
1SOOH Street, 1080 M Street,
Wharf Foot of F and O Streets.
CD ET ET to wcry man, young.mlddlo.nRed,
JT f C C and old; postngu mid. AUdrcaa
Ur. U. l)u Mout,381 Columbus Avo., Uoatou.Masa.
PROPOSALS FOlt PARCHMENT WAU DE
partment. Supply Division, Washington, D.
C, Aimust 1, 1890. Sealed proposals, in duplicate,
subjectto tho usual conditions, will bo received
at tills oillco until 12 o'clock noon MONDAY,
September 1, 1890, for furulsbiuir this Depart
ment with5.0008hootsof parohmont, 10x15 Inches,
as per sample, to bo had upon application at tho
oillco of tho undersigned. Tho Department re
serves tho riirht to reject any or ull bids, and to
waive defects. Proposals muet bo inclosed iu
sealed envelopes indorsed on tho outsldo "Propo
sals for Parchment," and addressed to M. IU
THOUP, Chief, Supply Division. nul7&31-2t3
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