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TKE WASHINGTON (TRIT1C, SXTNDAY, FJiJBBTJATtY 9, 3890.
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TREES WITH HISTORIES.
JEFFERSON THE FATHEfl OF WASH
fllllf or llrrnillhil Rliniln Tmes Our
llfilil'n Olvtmirlnl Actnlii Tliuililttii
.Mfoirnit (llnntnr tlio I'nrnst .Trees
i'lonteil 1.v IlstlnculKlioil Men.
Tlie glory nncl prido of Washington
is the forest of inngnlficent shmlu tree
tint cnfoldd Uic enllre city in its nr
Imrenl arnn. There iro 81.00(1 shade
trees In Vr'nMilnglon, If placed ten
fttt apart there would be enough to
riintlo n double boulevard with four
lows of lives, extending from thWclty
what vrr. own TO .H'.m.HHOV.
ToThoinns Jefferson is the city dl
recti v indebted for the inception of
llio I den to mulcc Washington tlio vast
park tli itt it Is It was lie ho pluulcd
tlio first trees nnd Inspiicd the people
with a lovo lor forestry which has been
rrrcfully foslcrcd, and the beneficial
lcsults of which are now nppaicnt in
the work of the I'nrkiuc Commission.
There am 6)1,000 motiiiinciils to Ills
memory Muddini: the sliccls and ave
nucs gricr), giovtlnc; nionuincnls that
In summer rcurh their tunbiaeoiis aims
to the unnlou breezes and llictc their
cool shadows ncross the hot asphalted
fitrcels. It is fidd his favoi lie tree was
tlio willow onk, many of which arc noiv
Mantling that were pliintt.il by his own
Ll.SKIl WITH V tl,l OH OlK.
The 1'iirkinir Commission intend,
nilh the pcrinlHslon of tlio Secictary of
the Treasury, to lino with willow oaks
Jiolh sides of the street lust south
of the Treasury building, run
nine from Fifteenth street to the
entrance of the Incentive Mansion
grounds. The tices are of sulllcicnt
Ma .now to bo placed time, Tlioy wetu
leared in Iho city nursery for the ex
iiicss purpose of forming a Jefferson
3 low as ii beautiful memorial to the
Jatlier of iorcstry in Washington.
There arc a number ot mcmoilal
tires in thocityt trees planted by some
persons noted in the history of the coun
try and which bear tiames.
TIIADDEUS 8Tr.Vr.NS' TltEK.
In the cintro of Lincoln I'ark a
monster giant of the foiesl spreads its
brunches. It was planted by direction
of the gieat commoner," Thuddeus
Stevens, originally on the banks of the
Tiber, at the foot of Capitol Hill, and
Mibscqucntly removed to the psik. It
is the handsomest tree in the city of
that species, wbicli Alexander the
Great watered with wine, under which
Socrates is said to have taught wisdom
to tho Greek youth and a species which
dilator Smith says is destined to make
the grandest shade, trees America twists:
the Oriental piano tiee.
Down in tho liotanical Gardens are
many memorial trees. They aio snat
tired arnuod through tho gardens, but
Curator Smith knows wheio they are
and points them out to the IiHiiislt'vc
oakfikld's masonic acacia.
Here is Garfield's Mcmoilal Masonic
Acacia. At tho funeral ceremonies
vi tho dead President the Masons, in
celebrating their rites, used a slip of
acacia, Afterwards it was bi ought
licre'and planted in the gardens, where
it is growing rapidly.
Near the eastern eulrante is a splendd
Specimen of the "Great 0 croup Oak,"
nearly live feet in circumference It
lias grown from an acorn, bioushtfrom
Kentucky in 1803, and planted "thcic bv
John J. Crittenden, dedicating it a
memorial to his iffnrts in tiying to se
cure, peace between the Xortli and
South. Ills friend, Kobert Mnilory,
planted a similar ticeat the other end
of the garden.
OliEES FLANTED 1JV Wsl IMU'ISHED
Senator Beck's lite is n little Aincil
can elm, an elm of high pedigiec, be
ing a slip from the old elm winch was
planted ty George Washington at the
cast end of tho Old Capitol. Theic
aie about twenty "Washington elms"
tluoughout the citj spuing fiom tho
loots of this parent tree.
John W. 1' orney and "Kdwin Fonest
vero almost Inseparable ft lends and
were always together. One day they
went oer to the Botanical Guldens
nnd planted two cypress trees, ouo on
each side of the walk leading to tlio
southern entrance. A touching inci
dent is that theso two trees In giowinc
up leaned toward each other until now
their branches almost interluco as
though typical of the clo3o relations
oviiting between the two men. Near
the northeast corner of the green house
is a cvpruss eighty feet high and seven
feet girth at the base. It was tlrst
planted in a flower pot by Waircn
jiioncn, mo noicu csuriu uaioiimun,
and was transferred to the place It now
(shelters with its shade.
About twenty years ago Curator
Smith was in Indianapolis and the late
Vice-President IfendilcUs gave him a
lii.ckcye, which was planted near the
weitern entrance and is now a thriving
THE MAIDEN IIAIIt THEE.
A tall, spreading tiec, with a trunk
ol light color and beautiful foliage, is
tailed tho Japanese Embassy tree, be
cause the Japanese Minister brought
the first one here tweuty years ago.
The tree is the, gingo, or maiden-hair
tree, a species never attacked by In
sects, and Ibis spring the Parking Com
mission Intend to plant a double row of
them on Uelmput street, Columbia
TREES WITH IT 13 TORIES
John Bingham's tree is of the species
known as the Kuropcau hornbeam,
.short, low, with great spreading
branches, tho kind of tree that Charles
fcumner once made such an eloquent
appeal in a speech to have piescrvcd.
The lawns of the home of the poet Vol
taire in Chatenay were studded with
The hardy Crimean flr, known as
Judge Holman's tree, is typical almost
of that rugged statesman. It was
planted twonty years ago, and is now a
vigorous tree, straight as an arrow.
Ex-Secretary Bayard's little oak,
planted four years ago, is now making
somo pretensions to "being a tree. It is
a rate species, and holds a conspicuous
pluco in the Gardens.
A slender Japanese variety Is the Gar
land memorial tree, planted seven
3 ears ago, beloro he becamo Attorney -
When ex-President Hayes was hero
as a Congressman, and was chairman of
the Library Committee, ho strolled over
to tho Gardens one day and planted a
lip from a vory rare oak, the only
Ituown species of which in this country
is on Clifton Heights, In Cincinnati. It
is now getting along finely.
There are other trees In the Gardens
Tiearlng the names of their planters
Proctor Knott, Senator Voorhees,
Francis P Blair. Senator Blackburn,
0 It. Singleton, James II, PIcrco and
Never oiva ui tun ship, Dr. Bull's
Cough Synip will cure you, as it has done,
Others. Price 83 cents.
A IUltimoub Butcukiis' Exr-EMEVcc:
1 hare suffered with bad headaches for
years, ami bare tried many remedies with
out obtaining relief I was advised toglva
Salvation Oil a trial, and It bos entirely
cured wn T.it. Un.,t
Lafayette Market, Baltimore, Md.
rusir.vor. at a ruiK.
Ton Thousand Cartridge IWptode In
n llurnlng lltilltllnr;.
Pati:hm)N, N. J., Feb. 8. Washing
ton Hall, whkli occupied a space of
gtoundon Broadway 400 by COO feet,
was burned to tho ground about 2
o'clock Ibis morning. Tho loss will not
fall much shoit of 1300,000. A ball
was In piogrcss at the time the fire was
discovered, but all tho guests got out in
safety, some, however, leaving their
wraps. The flic originated In tho base
ment of the building, and It was only
when tho denso smoke made Its way
into the bnll-ioom that the guests were
made owaroof their great danger.
Tlie building was three stories high,
Iho first lloor being occupied as ofilccs
nnd stoics The armory of the First
Battalion, N. G. N. J., and tho ball
room were sltuitcd on the second floor.
The lodge rooms of tho Ivanhoo F. and
A. M. were on Iho top lloor.
Iu Ihc upper part of tho bulldlni;
were aho the sleeping apartments of
tho janitor, William Smith, nud his
wife, both of whom had narrow escapes
from suftccaliou, tho latter being car
ried out iu an unconscious state.
Tho lire, it is now said, was caused
by an explosion in tho soda water
manufactory of Messrs. Swlnlcy in the
rear end of tho building.
About 2: 10, when the flames were nt
their highest, n rapid firo of musketry
took place, frightening ccry one away
from Uic bulldlne. This was caused by
the ignition of 10,000 rounds of cart
ridges in tho armory. Tho fusllado was
kept up foi somo time, sending tho bul
lets iu nil dhcctlons, but no one was
The llamcs spread to a larco three
story building adjoining, which was
entirely destroyed, and entailing n loss
to a numbci of families who lived there
of $20,000. Peter Owens' house,
Day's confectionery and Dowd's pho
tographic establishment were also
burned out. Iu tho hall building the
Board of Tindo rooms, with their valu
able library nnd documents, wero com
pletely deslroj td. 1 n tho armory wei o 300
lilies and accoutremcnts.all belonging to
tho State and thebo with a Guttling gun
were burned up. Tho only one Injured,
so far as known, was James Lindsay, n
fireman of engine No. 0, who was
thrown off aioof and severely injured.
Tlio hall was owned by Kntz Brothers.
It will bo lebullt.
Tho laigo bottling factory nnd resi
dence of tho Boyle brothers, on Fair
street, were destroyed. The Von Blar
com flats were not destroyed, although
tho building was several times on fire.
People in tho vicinity moved their
goods out of their houses, nnd for n
time excitement lan very high.
Washington Hall was tho largest public
hall in the cltv nnd tho seventh largest
In the United Slates.
Sr.VJ.NTY STUISIIOKX HOUNDS.
Dixon nnd McCarthy I'lglitlnt; to
Drtw in Iloilon.
Bostox, Feb. 8. The fight last night
between I)i.ou nud McCarthy, at the
Union Athletic Club rooms, ended In a
draw, nftei seventy stubbornly-contested
lounds. Both men entered tho
ring at 8.02 o'clock, each blripping at
111 pounds and looking in pcifcct
condition. 1)1 on was seconded by
Tom O'Komko, Tom McGcough nnd
Danny Gunn, nnd McCarthy by Tom
Collins, Jack 0'IIara nnd Chappy
Moran, with Al. Smith of New York as
referee. Three ounce gloves were used.
DKon at once made a pass for Mc
Carthy, which the latter countcicd,
anil tue round was used up In in
effective attempts to loud. In tho ncl
seven rounds McCaithy did ihc lead
ing and the advnutage was clearly iu
In the fifth round McCni thy landed
on Dixon's nose, drawing first blood,
but Dixon took his icvcngc iu the sev
enth, when by a stunning left-hander
on McCarthy's nose he brought tho lat
ter down. From the ninth to tho twen
ty-third lound the tide turned some
what in Dixon's favoi. and McCarthy
dropped to the lloor sevcial times to
avoid his blows. For tho balance of
the fight neither appeared to show much
superiority, although Dixon's square
fighting was in marked contrast to Mc
Carthy's style of tunning about the
ring. In many of the rouudsduiing
the light not u blow was struck.
Dixon's work throughout pleased tho
fiOO.or 000 sptctatois moio than Mc
Cnithy's. He usually landed his blows
on McCarthy's face and neck, while
McCarthy seemed to go for his op
ponent's wind. McCarthy forced
Dixon upon tlio lopes many limes, but
the refeiee allowed no foul. Mc
Carthy's left ejewas closed and his
mouth nnd face swollen, but Dixon
showed only a little swelling under the
left eye nt tho close. Otherwibo tho
men appealed In good condition. In
the seventieth round the refeiee, in re
sponse to the demands of the ciowd, de
clared tho fight a draw.
John Smith Is the happiest man thut I
But wasn't he blue, though, not three
"My wife's running down just as fast as
And the doctors can't help her," and then
this poor man
Almost cried as ho thought of tho poor,
Who seemed to bo loelng her hold upon
"Smith, I Know Just how jou feel," said
a friend to uliom ho told his sad story.
"My wlfo was troubled precisely as jours
Is. I don't just understand It, because I'm
not a woman, but her hack pained her, and
she complained of draggtng-tlown feelings
and a general weakness, and I know that
she had somo of those diseases women are
subject to, and had 'em bad, too. I read
about Dr. I'iereu's Vuvorite Prescription
one dav, and tho first time I was at tho
drug store 1 bought a bottlo of It and took
home to her. It worked wonders. In a
short time she said she felt llko another
woman, and sho began to hope that there
was relief for her, after all. She kept on
taking tho medicine for a time, and now
she's well. Oct a bottlo of tho 'Prescrip
tion' and try It on jour wife."
"I will," said Smith. And ho did, and It
cured her, aud that's why he's so happy to
day. An Auierlcnn Doctor Fights a Duel.
Beiimn, Feb. 8. Dr. Pierce, a
young physician of Now York, yester
day fought a duel with a German med
ical student at tho Gruenewald. Tho
weapons were pistols and tho German
was slightly wounded in the left thigh.
Tho police interfered thcu and took tho
students' cards ot recognition and nl
lowed them to withdiaw to bo tried be
foro the Academical Senate and possibly
severely punished. Dr. Pleico camo
lately from Sienna, whero ho was
studying sinco October last. Both
duelists lodged in the samo house on
tho Friedrich stiasso and fell in love
with the landlady's daughter.
Kxeurslun to New Orleans.
For tho benefit of those doslrlmr to at
tend the annual Sicugerfost at Now Or
leans February 1317, and tho Mardl-Oras
festivities February 18, tho Balttmoro aud
Ubio Itallroad will sell excursion tickets
'Washington to Now Orleans and return at
rato of U7.B0 for tho round trip. Tickets
will be sold for all trains February 0, 10,
IB, H, IS and 10, and will, bo valid for
return passago until March 1, 1890. For
Information In detail call at B & O. ticket
offices, Nos, Gilt aud 1831 Pennsylvania
avenue, or at depot, corner of Now Jersoy
avenue and O street.
GOINGS-ON IN MASONRY.
WHAT WILL TAKE PLACE DURING
THE COMING WEEK.
Tlio l'ropnucd IMntrlct (lrnnct Com.
ninnilan 8t JolinV Mllo Inaocln
linn Defense or (lie MjMIn Slirlne
IoiIbo Meetings lo llo Held.
The following Masonic bodies meet
upon the evenings of the ensuing
Lodges Ma6onle Temple, Ninth nnd V
sheets noithwcst. Dawson, No. JO, .Mon
day, 10th; Federal, No. 1, Tuesday, litis;
New Jerusalem, No. 0, Thursday, lfltti;
St. John's, No. 11, Friday, lllh; Hope, No.
20, Tildny, Hth.
A. A. S. 11. Bnnctuarv, 1007 O stieet
northwest Cathedral! Harmony, No. 17,
Thursday, lDth Lodgo room: ArmlnliK,
No, Sti, Moiidoj, 10th; Acacia, No. 18,
Tuesday. 1 J Hi
Masonic Hall, High stieet. Georgetown:
(liorgo O. Whiting, No. 22, Thursday, ICtli.
ltiightwood ltull, Urlghlwood: Statis
btiry, No. 21, Mondaj, 10th.
Itoyal Arch Chapters Masonic Templo
Ninth and F streets: Mount Vernon. No 3,
Monday 10th; Washington, No 3, Thurs
day, Ulh: Bunks, No 4, Friday, lllh;
Masonic Hall, High street, Georgetown;
Potomac, No 8, Tuesday, 11th.
Commaudcrics Knights Templars
Masonic Tcinplc, Ninth and F streets: Do
Molay, No t, Tuesday, 11th; Washington,
No 1, Wednesday, 12th.
Anilcnt and Accepted Scottish Itlto
Sanctuary, 1007 G street: Bvangtllst
Chapter Jtoso Croix, Tuesday, Hth.
l'.M'.STH OK Tlin COMING VV.r.K,
Dawson Lodge. Ko. 10, will confci
the second degicc to morrow evening.
Iloutlne business only will be tinns
acted in Stansbury Lodge, No. 21, to
Arminius Lodge, No. 25, will confer
the second degree tomorrow evening.
Federal Lodge. No. 1, will confer
the first degree Tuesday evening.
Acncla Lodge, No. 18, will confer
tho fiist degree Tucsdaj evening.
Harmony Lodge, No. 17, will confer
the second degrcco Thursday evening.
New Jerusalem Lodge, !n. 9, will
confer the first degree Thursday even
ing. bt. John's Lodge, No. 11, will confer
the Hist and second degrees Thursday
nope Lodge, No. 20, will probably
confer tho first degree Friday ovenlng.
The second, may, however, be substi
Mount Vernon Chaptci, No. !5, will
conlcr cither the mark or the the past
nnd most excellent to-morrow evening.
Potomac Chapter, No. 8, will simply
transact routine business at the convoca
vocation of Tuesday evening.
Washington Chapter. No. 2, under
the newlv-elcctcd M. 13. II. P., George
W. Baird, is experiencing tho usual
degree of piosperity. Companion Balrd
is n well-known officer of the United
States Navy, and several distinguished
biotlici officers of his arc taking the
degrees in tho chapter over which ho
presides. At the convocation of Tunis
day evening the past and most excel
lent will bo worked.
Lureka Chapter, No. 4, will confer
the past and most excellent Fiiday
Washington Commnndcry.No. 1, will
confer the Ordei of Bed Cross Wednes
day evening. On account of unfavora
bio action nt a prior conclave tho com
mnndery icccntly decided not to ngnin
tnko up the question relative to a Grand
Commandcry for the District of Colum
bia. De Molay Commandcry. No. 4, will
confer tho Older of the Temple Tues
Almas Temple, Nobles of tho Mystic
Shrine, will celebrate St. Valentino's
day with the first of a scries of ladies'
nights. Tho progiammo for tho event
is not ns yet cntitcly complete, but the
well-known talent of tho templo and
tho lavish hospitality which charactci
ics their entertainments, denotes that
the annlveisary of the meny saint will
be pleasantly and happily remembered,
br. join's uiti: association.
The St. John's Mite Association
met last evening at Masonic
Temple to hear the report of the com
mittee appointed at the labt meeting to
lcvise tho constitution and by-laws.
The committoo has been diligently at
woiknnd weio ready to rcpoit. Tho
most important change is in the niticlo
providing for membership, and in oidci
to interest the several lodges of tho
jmisdiction moio closely in the affaiis
of the organization the committee
iccommended to the association that
they it quest the lodges to elect an
nually a delegate to represent thorn
in the association, anil such
delegates are to be elected and
confirmed by the association as tho
board of trustees thereof. Bach dele
gate will have the authority to appoint
a pioxy, vested with full power to act
for him In case of his absence, in older
that a full attendance may bo obtained
at the legular meetings. Owing to tho
fact that Satuiday evening has been
found very inconvenient to the majority
of the boiud tho committee also recom
mended that the regular meetings be
held on the second Wednesday of each
month. After tho consideration of the
above business, the ways aud means,
charity and other standing committees
THE MYSTIC SHRINK.
Tho Diatonic lleciew, in tho article
"Tho licason Why," is severe In its
criticisms upon two journals which ob
jected to the nobles of tho Mystic
Shrine holding a parade of tho order
upon the occasion of tho Triennial Con
clave of last October, and upon the
broad grounds of tho universality of
Masonry seeks to excuse the action of
the Shriners, but refers to tho parade as
an "advertising dodge" and to tho
members of the order "as tho 'rollick
ing boys' that have by somo means got
ten into Masonry." Tho first argument
is w ithout sense or reason. Tho Shrine
Is not a Masonic organization, nor Is it
in any way connected with Masonry,
as far as "thu high moial
teachings" of tho order nro concerned.
This mistake is often made fiom the
fact that no person is eligible for mem
bership in tlio shrlno unless he is a
Knight Templar or a thirty-second de
grco Scottish Illto Mason. Any organ
ization, social or otherwise, has a right
tu fix tho eligibility for membership
without any connection being formod
between it and tho standard chosen, and
the Shrine has never directly or Indi
rectly soucht lccocnltion trom nnv Ma
sonic sourco and novel will. Tho order
was first introduced in this country by
W. J. Florcnco, tho cmluent comedian,
and after careful consideration tho
standard of eligibility for membership
was fixed as above, from tho fact that
whoever has attained these high Ma
sonic iank8 must of necessity havo
undeigonc a thorough sifting as regards
his standing iu tho community and
whoso recoid in dealing with his fcl
low-man must bo unimpeachable
As far as the terra "rollicking boys"
is concerned It is a very unhappy ox
prcsslon, undignified and misapplied,
while the balance of tho sentence- Is not
only insulting but, as it states that the
"Mystic Shriners" aro a class of men
who by "some means havo gotten into
Masonry," it Infers that thoy should
never have been admitted to that order,
and this inference Is not only ridiculous
hut an unjust and despicable perversion
of the truth Taking Almas Templo of
his city for an example there
will be found upon tho rolls of
membership the names of men
who stand at the head of business enter
prises of vast importance and others
who havo achieved fame and honor in
tho different professions, and among
them Will nlso be found high Masonic
dignitaries who have been elected to
thclt exalted positions In tho order by
the suITrago of a jmisdiction, whoso
intelligent discrimination in this regard
is known nnd commended throughout
the countrj. As Masons they reflect
credit upon the fiatcmlt.v , nnd as Nobles
of the Mystic Shilnc tiicy aro simply
members of an order which Is entirely
Independent, asks no favoi s and which
has come hcic to stay.
COIl'MfHA COMMvMir.UY IllltM. COnt'S.
A special meeting of the Drill Corns
of Columbia Commandcry, No. 3, was
held Inst evening, nnd in future tho
regulni meetings will occur upon tho
bicond Wednesday of each month.
The Bmlncnt Commander, Sir Goorgo
Gibson, is desiious of iiitercstlnir tho
members of the commandcry iu the
Savings Association. Shares' nro $2,
payable monthly, the proceeds lobe ex
pended in paving tho personal expenses
of tho Sh Knights who will make the
pllglmagc to Dcuvci in 1802. By taking
a few shares at the present tlme'tho cost
of tlio hip will not bo felt.
TIIK I'KOIHWBD OltVND CO MM VNIM'.UV.
At tho conclave of Potomac Com
mnndciy, No. 0, Wednesday evenlug,
tho piopollion to elect deltgntcs lo tho
convention to form a Grand Comunnd
cry for tho Dlstiictof Columbia was
eonsidcied, and, niter debate, was de
cided in tho ncgntlvc. Tho project
must ihciefore bo nbaudoncd lor the
present, only two of tho commandcrlcs
having favorably considered It, ns a
charter cannot bo giantcd unless thiee
oiiatitudi: io Tin: i.xuiLt.
De Molay Commnndciy, No. I, will
recognize the services rcudcicd by the
Indies who assisted them at headquar
ters dining the Triennial by tendering
them on Thursday evening, February
20, a musical and litcinry ontcitainmcnt,
to conclude with a dinner, at the Na
tional Hides' Army. The committee
who have the nffalr iu chargo met
Wednesday evening nt the office of
Charles C, M. Loclller, the Bmincnt
Commander, nnd concluded tho final
AT SCOTTISH HITH H VI,I,.
Albeit Piko Consistory confcircd thu
thirty-first degree on Monday evening.
Tuesday, tho fourth nnd fifth dogrees
were conferred by Mithras Lodgo ot
Perfection. Wednesday tho Cathedral
was occupied by Osls Lodge and tho
Blue Boom by Acacia Lodge.
Thursday tho " Consistoiy con
ferred tho thirty-second degiee.
Friday, Mithras Lodge of Per
fection conferred the sixth, seventh and
eighth degress. Saturday was the ouly
evening tho Cnthcdral was not occupicil
for Masonic work.
On Tuesday next Hvnnecllst Chanter
of lloe Cioix- will hold Its tegular
meeting on tho cigtccuth degree. It is
not known whclhci any work will be
done oi not.
Independent Order SIecli:mlcs.
Altheicguhu meeting of Lat.iyctlo
Lodge, No. 1!), held February 0, theie
was a good attendance of its membcis.
Many intcicsting topics were discussed
under tho fiood of the older, and the
meeting vvns one of tho most successful
of its kind.
Columbia Lodge, No. 1, held a large
nnd intcjcicsting meeting at their hall,
Fifth and G sheets northwest, on Tncs-
, day evening last. Brother J. T. Har-
lUon, lesldlug lu Auacoslla, 1). C,
was lcporlcd sick. Grand Architect
Watson was picscnt and installed
Brother G. W. Deny as conductor for
tho present teim. Tho histor' of tho
lodge since its oignui.ntion. com
menced some weeks ago in the Sun
day Capital, will be continued in this
papci, commencing next week.
United Order Golden Grass.
Giny's Hall, iu Anacostia, was the
scene of an Intcicsting meeting on
Wednesday night.thc occasion being the
insinuation oftheofilcois-elcct.and other
business pertaining to the organization
of Anacostia Commaudciy, No. 1315,
United Older of the Golden Cioss. The
following giaud ofilceis weio picscnt
nnd nsslslcd Giand Commander l'3hle
in the ceremonies of the occasion: Vico
giand commandci. Lady Marguerite
MeCutchen; grand heiald, Dr. D. O.
Leech; acting past giaud commandor,
Sir Knight Phiilip II. Binusou; acting
grand kccpei of lecoids, Lady Martha
J. Pcabody; acting grand piclnte, Win.
13. Ginhnm. The obligations of tho
three decrees weio ndmlnistcied lo sev
eral candidates for charter membership,
nnd the third degree was given In full.
Dr. BIchaid A. Pyles was electeirmcd-
icnlcxaminci, and tlio oittccis pievl
ously elected were Installed.
J By invitation of tho grand comman
der, the olllccis of nil the suboulinatc
commandci ies, except one, in this juris
diction met on Fiiday evening at
Golden Cioss Hall for an interchange
of views concerning certain points iu
the ritulastic ceremonies and for general
ihslructlon in the unwritten woik of tho
Tnc grand commander, attended by
tho olllccrs of tho Grand Commandcry,
will pay an olllclal visit to Columbia
Commandcry, No. 1174, on Tuesday
evening, Fcbiuary 11, 1890.
Independent Order of llacluibltes,
Tho Giand Tent of tlio District of Co
lumbia will meet in Good Tcinplais'
Hall Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
The lcpoits of tho officers show the
order in tho Dishlct of Columbia to be
in a nourishing condition.
F.aglo Tent, No. 2, celebrated its
forty-first annlveisary in Odd-Fellows'
Hall, Navy Yard, with an open meet
ing, entertainment nnd refreshments.
An interesting incident of tho Eagle
annlveisary was tho presentation by
Past Hieh Chief Buler J. J. Mm ray of
a beautiful emblematic gold pin to Past
High Deputy Ruler Thomas S. Dunn
In iccognltlon of his zealous work and
faithful services to Eagle Tent. An
other intticsting incident was tho Ice
cream-eating contest between Bi others
Webb and Muuay, the latter being
declared tho champion.
P Bedemptlon Tent, No, 1 U, at its last
meeting initiated two candidates nud
conferred tho second degree upon two
brothcis In improved style.
IFAt Friendship Tent, No. 7!), last
Monday ovculng Brothcis A. M, Dewey,
A. B. Hurbbut, Daniel Proctor, F. O,
Good nnd L. II. Pntlcrsonwcro np
IT.AUI OSAtrilUIPfA JJ MAHI
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk.
IN CHOLEnA INFANTUM r.NO TEETHING.
A qulcldy iMlinlhtuJ Food for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENTimllwMtlagdkMses,
Malum NO C001IHO. KIEFS IN AU CtlHAUS.
u(.f7i)nfants , milled free to aajr address.
I DOUBER-GOODALE CO., BOSTON, Ma.
W en n "i a w n
pointed a commltteo to co operate with
committees from oilier tents In arrang
ing for public tempcranro meetings.
Tl ere arc several candidates for initia
tion to-iuoirow night.
Purity Tent, No. 4 (ladles), had au
Interesting meeting last Monday even
Uncle Tent, No, 1 (junior), had two
candidates Monday evenlnc nnd thoy
wero initiated in commcndablo style
Hcbcr Tcut, No. 10, Our Hall,
Georgetown, last Monday night was
fovoicd with a visit from Past High
Chief Buler Charles Walker and other
Cnmmnck Tent, No 50, had four ap
plications for membership Thursday
evening. Tho beneficial feature of tho
order was freely discussed and other
impoitant business ttansactcd.
Mis. Llda Murray, senior chief ruler,
nnd ever-zealous and faithful Installing
officer of Purity Tent, No. 4, Is gradu
ally recovering from n relapse of grip.
All mcmbcisof the order should re
member tho public Bcchablte meeting
in Good Templars' Hall, corner Four-and-a
half street and Pcnsvlvnnla, this
afternoon nt !1 o'clock. All vclc6mc.
Consumption Surely Uurod.
To the lAlitnr:
Please Inform your readers that I havo a
positive remedy for above-named dlsoasc.
fly lis timely uso thousands ot hopeless
cases havo been permanently cured. I
shall bo glad to send two bottles of my
remedy l nr.i: to any of jour readers who
havo consumption If thoy will scad mo
their Express and I O. address, llespect
fnlly. T. A. Siocuvi, M. C, 181 l'carl
street. New York.
XVlij Ho Mnrrled In Kurope.
The Duke of Montpeusler, who died ro
ctutly, was worth $20,000,000. The faet
that he was "ucll ofl" made him Ineligible
to wed our fair title huntcis. JIarilsburo
-f N ITS-
Heivous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. It. BIIOWN, It. D
S3 West Jersey st.,
Euzbetii, N. J., Juno 23, 1S3D.
This Is to certity tfiat I havo used for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for ncadache, known as
Brlggs' Ileadaoho Troches. Tlio remedy
cares moro headaches, especially such as af
fect Itcrvous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
bo tho means or bringing It to tho favorablo
attention 'of sufferers from that troublo, I
flmll feel that 1 havo dono thorn a service
I,. It. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Stall on Re
ceipt of Price
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J.
Aditrtlsementi under thlt head, four lliu tor
est, 23 ctr.te for one insertion; CO cents for three.
drcss, washing and Ironing to do at
home; references given. Apply 1819 N H av.
ANTKD-A WHITE GIRL TOP. C1EN
oral housework In a small family,
man, wlfo and boy 8 years old; aerraon pre
ferred; to tho light party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman and two first-class ma
Uiinlsls. CUITER SAW CO , this oOlco.
AN ABL.E ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning rod- or Book Agont, or
llepoitcr, of great 6avolr falro, for literary
work. Lnrgo salary. Write London & Hart
ford Tub. Co., N. Y.
NE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, one who
has an acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, to take exclusive control of too
sale of "A Library of American Literature"
In Washington. This Is one of tlio most
salablo works now on tlio market. Nino of
Its eleven largo octavo volumos aro now out.
This is a grand opportunity for a first-class
man ard wo are pienared to make such a
one a very liberal offer. CHAS. L. WEB
STER & LO , 3 East nth st.. N. Y. city.
Advertisements under this head, Juur lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
X7ANTED-BY A SEAMhTRESJ.'sEWING
VV by tho day at home; willing to assist
with other work; 50 cents
a day, S. E. It,,
WANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, A
plaeo to do cooking and goneral house
work; references furnlihed. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER. 152313th st n W.
TANTED-TO TURCHASE A GOOD
V houso, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod Imp?,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J . i, Board of Review, Buroau
WANTED-TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 0 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and II and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address II., this ofllco, stating torms.
Advertisements vnder this Tuad, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
WM. FRIEDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, W)5 Tthstn w.opposltoU. 8. 1'atont
Ofllre; flno clock and watch repairing a
2QArt TO J5O0 WANTED FROM0 TO 11
OOUVJ months; satisfactory reforonco
given that the loancr will rocclvo doublo tho
c""unt loaned. Address II. II., this ofllco.
-II17ANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, LARGE
V V Or small lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other rare Stamps; also col
lections of Postage Stamps. Call or address
BURGER & CO.,69.Nassau st, Now York.
Advertisements under this head, four lines ot
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
H'andsome furnished rooms, en
snlto or slnglo, at the Buckingham, 0-J0
15th st n w. overlooking Mel'horson square
T?OR KENT TWO
X suitable for gentlemen.
no.wa ai si n w.
OHO ARTHUR ri.ACE.NW, FIRSTHOUSE
&)6i from B st Furnlahod rooms for gen
tlemen; rent low to responsible partlos who
will bo permanent; convenient to the Capitol.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; CO cents for three.
I?OR 8ALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0 ROOM
J framo liousojust finishing; hydrant In
yard; lot 10x115; snug home; price, f 800. An
ply to ROBERT J, THOMAS, Room No. S, 013
IrOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 83-
foot alley, bet 0th and 10th and Q and n
sts s w; 7 rooms: hall on both floors', olosets
fronting the Potomao; 15 nor cent Invest
ment; lot ail feet front by (WJ deep, 49 feot
from 0th st. Apply within.
I OR BALE-THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST
' houses In Washington, 10S, 103 and 110
11th st n o; two story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrlo
bells and gas: prlco, $3,600 each, tMO cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots
ORSALK-OH RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR-
I. uci uuuni ivvjiua, iwuusuwuij i-
Sercd; iuou inortu uaronna ave. worm is,
)0. Will Bell at a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNER. Room 80. 810 F st n w.
ron sAT.voit i:cji ixai:.
near station; easy paymonts. II. S W.,
Iteom ill, War Department, fa7,J&b
m GsjHVw KU JnTvrwBH
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Bets In Poplar Trom $1G up.
Bedroom Beta In Oak or Cherry from
Bedroom Bets in "Walnut from $40.
Parlor Suits In Hair Cloth or Plush,
GROGAJNTS, 739 and
Gas Stoves for Cooking
Gas Bollon at 11.15 and fl.no for Instantly mating Tea or Coffee.
For large and email families. Jaat the stovo for anmtnar age, as you extinguish a
the instant the cooking l done. For sale br the
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TQxvbix gureet 2ST "W
Fit HALE-SOUTH BKOOKIAND.
With City Streets, Avonucj and Circle?.
TOR SALE-Wo ha o about 100 Lots. BOxlV)
feet oach, left In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Brookland, which Is In con
formity with tho plan of tho city, bavins
streets W feot and avonnos 130 foot wido.
This subdivision li south of and adjolnlns
Ilrookland. convenient to tho Metropolitan
Branch Itailroud nnd Elcctrto cars, near the
University and Soldiers' nomo. Tho lots
now loft will bo sold at tho low prlcoot
from 4 to 10 cents por foot on easy torms.
For plats nnd furthor lafdrmatlon apply to
WM.O. DENISON. fW3 st n w, orto ItCD
FOHD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n w.
OR SALE-LOTS INFAinVIEWnKlQUTS
on Tcnnnllvtown Bond and Woodloy
Lane, opposlto Oak Vlow. Elcotrlo railway
tracks now laid to theso lots, which lnuo
Bldcwnlks In front nnd gas unlns. lrlces
lower than asked for other lots In Immediate
Iclnlty. Small cash paymonts. Monthly or
yeaily tlmii clvon nt 5 per cent. Interest,
BEAI.L. BROWN & CO., lifil V st
T"lIE mEOYSTElf SLOOPDcilT,
EUn Tread well, for rent, for saloor ox
cnango for other property at Bennett's ship
yard, foot of 11th st s w.
T70R HENT-VEHY DESIBABLE OFFICE
Jj rooms, with steam heat, for rent In tho
Builders' Exchange building. 1U1 0 st n w.
Apply on tho promises to the SUPERIN
TENDENT. HONEY TO X.OAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest ratoi of
Interest. No delay whero socnrlty Is pood.
O. O. GREEN,
ONEV TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
1ITLE CO., 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 6 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
1418 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorised by tho United Security Llfo In
surance nnd Trust Company of Philadelphia
to ndvnnco monoy on improved property in
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket talue, with or without life Insurance.
Loans paynblo in monthly or quarterly in
stallmcnts, running 5, 10, 15 or SO years. In
many instances tho payments aro less than
the rental of a houso. F. H. SMITH & SON,
ONEY TO LOAN
in snms to snit
On Approved Real Estato Security.
B. H. WARNER & CO ,
own nr. n w
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th bt. n. w.
SrOaterm. Irlal lossons freo. Bond for
Branches In Now York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
France; Berlin and Dresden, Germany,
HE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
hlractfrom a priiate letter;
"In reply to your request for my advice as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington,
D. C. Tbe standard of scholarship tboro Is
high, the Instruction thorough and the influ
ences good. L. Q. C. Lamar,
Justice U. S. Buprome Court."
The school opens Sept.SO. au23-d&stf
1115 F street. 31 ember of IVashlu-flon
Slock Excliuuge. All local slocks
uml securities Itouclit iiud sold.
Grand, Upright and Square,
PI ATO -FORTES
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC BTYLK8,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
riAHOS FOR IlKNT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DriOOP
015 Pennsylvania Avenuo,
CalU attention to his large stock of
CHABE, GABLER, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS,
BBUNINGand other Pianos,
The Wonderful Self-Playing Italian Organ.
BTORY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored,
Vlollm, Banjos and Guitars. Btrlngs a spe
cialty. Sheet muslo and musical merchandise at
tho old ttaud, 985 Fa. aye.
AH CkrMjfe Mb and Lail
Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up.
Extra Super Ingrain from 50c.
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
741 7th St. N. W.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by oven the
most fanatical tcototalers that a glass of
thoroughly matured and pure wlno Is tho
met whofesomo, health and strength giving
beverage for mankind. Almost ovory Mate
no mnlter how cold Its climate producos
Kapes from which wlno is pressed, but THE
ISADENA WINES ore made from those
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
which attain tho hlghost grade of maturity
and rlponoss and nro thoroforotho host wines
In the market.
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 aud 1202 Penna. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho solo agent for tho Pasailona Wlnos
and Brandies and soil at marvelously low
pi ices. I havo rocolvod orders from rich and
poor alike and all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Fasodona Wines and Brandies aro
by fai tho best and purest in the District,
notwithstanding tho fact that my prices aro
the cry lowost.
My so poi cont. removal discount will be
Please compare my prices with 'those
TASADENA WINES. PorOal. Por Gal.
Claret, extra qtullty $100 SO 80
3urgundy ICO ISO
Angelica 1 to 180
Mufcatcl 150 ISO
Sherty (Golden o-Talo).... 150 ISO
Shorry " " " ox-
traold 800 1 GO
Port 150 ISO
Port, extra old 8 00 1C0
Hock 100 80
Riesling 100 80
Bl finely 4 00 3 80
Brandy, 1, cry old SCO 4 00
Urandj, very, cry old.... 10 00 8 00
Malaga 1 to ISO
Champagne, quarts, doz... 18 00 0 to
Champagno, pints, 8 doz... 13 00 10 40
VIRGINIAAND HOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret Jl 00 JO SO
Norton's Virginia Scldllng,
per dozen 4 00 3 80
Sw ect Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 BO
I carry tno largvsi stook of Imported Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rums
and all tho French Cordials, lnolndlng tho
celebrated nftcr-dlnncr cordial, OitEllE DE
MENTHE (Cream of Mint), groon or orange.
Tlio oldest Itye, Bouroon and Imported
Whiskies can always bo found at my stoie.
I cnumcrato a few:
Monuceuo ruro itye
Perfection Puro ltyo
HannlsvlUo Pure llyo
Old Kentucky Sour Mash,
In Demijohns or
Scotch Whisky, old 0 00 4 60
Scotch Whisky, very old.... 7 50 0 00
bcotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00 8 00
Irish Whisky, old GOO 4 80
Irish Whisky, very old 7 50 0 00
Irish W hlsky, very, vory old. 10 00 8 00
Gorman Roggen Brantwoln. 6 00 4 CO
J roako a specialty ot high flavored Cook
ing and Jelly Vlnos und Brandlos.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
QXIiT KDQB or
And yon Trill always have boautlfnl Bread,
noils and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, oor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
wm. m. OAtr a co.
603 D street northwest,
Washington, D, C
Webster Lav Building,
Bestdono 1218 Q street northwoat.
Tlie Death Record althe Health Office
' LUHG TROUBLES,
The record of tho Health Ofllco for January
81 shows 01 deaths reported. Of thoso 17
were from PNEUMONIA, 6 from BROM
CU1TIS. 4 from CONGESTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. Iu two casos tho
GRIP was given as the causo of death and
In ono "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" was re
corded. The figures of thoday beforoshowod
that over to percent, of tho deaths wero
caused by lung diseases.
This Is a very largo showing ot mortality
fiom lnng diseases, especially trom tho
I nr tlio prevention of lung troubles ot all
hinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION Is recom
mended, tho timely uso of which may avert
a serious Illness, I nothing worse. Douglass'
Emulsion Is made from Puro Norwe
gian Cod Ltrer Oil, combined with tho Hypo
phosplillcs of Limo and Soda, It Is cry pal
ntatlo and easily dtgostcd.
Is a spcclflo for Weak Lungs, Bronchial
Tioublcs and Goneral Debility. Sufferers
from "Ln Grippe" will find It will strengthen
Ihc LUngs. relievo tho Soreness of tho Chest
and quickly cure tho Cough resulting from
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 75o.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
1011 IF NTItKirT KOItTIIWUST.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, S3 cen tt for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
On'RENT'"'" '' ' '"
INo. U40 F st n w, 10 rooms, all m. !.;
in excellent order.., $50 00
No. 1410 C rcoranst, to rooms, with 8-
story brick stablo 40 09
G. A. JORDAN,
8t 11171' St.
1701RIavenw.l7rs $800 00
1011 Conn ave, 15 rs SCO CO
1413 Mass nvo, 17 rs and stable. 800 00
1411 K st n w. 13 rs SCO CO
10J3 Vt luenw, 16 rs 00 00
Mass ave. nr 18th, 17 rs 175 00
1W0 lClh st n w. 11 rs 125 00
ISSSMBtnw, 15rs 185 00
1400 Mass avo, 15 rs 183 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chnpin st n w, 13 rs 100 CO
174J P st n w, 18 rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 73 00
1042 81st stnw. 10 rs 70 00
607 M st n w, 10 rs cooo
15870 stnw, 10 rs COOO
014 18th st n w. 10 rs C9 00
830 Sst n w, 8rs 50 00
1S01 21st st n w. 8 rs CO 00
181811th staw. lOrs COCO
Pst, ncarSlst,7rs 50 00
1019 Corcoran stn w, 9rs 48 50
SOUGstn W, 10 rs 40 00
3073 M st n w, and storo, 9 rs 40 CO
4MNJBVOB e, 10 rs 40 00
1439Moughtonst.8 rs 35 00
snocqetnw.srs 33 33
ll9Sstnw,6rs no 00
ThoabovohouBOS oan bo examlnod by por
mlt from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1384 F St. n. w.
1017 15th st n w.lSrs, fur S150 00
1208 N stnw, 18 rs, fur 150 00
10O1 n stn w, 10rs, fur 100 00
VWNstnw. 13rs COOO
73881st stnw, 14 rs 43 00
814 1st st n w. 10 rs 40 00
611 Spruce st 40 00
lsMTstn w, 8rs 40 00
1013 T stn w.Ors 30 50
TICOthstnc.Crs 85 00
1319 6th etnw, Srsandstablo 13 50
CHAS. E BANES,
With John r. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and U sts. n. w.
T70R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW 8IX
X1 room framo housos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and public school In
Uuloutown. Inquire of A.BEHREND.433U
JFOlt HALE ariSG JKIjZANEOUH.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 85 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
J shelving, now in No. 718 7th etnw; must
be sold at once. Apply 028 1 stn w.
T?OR SALE-875-SPECIAL SrAR. 51-INCH,
! silent rachct, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 323 A st s e.
OR SALE-75 SHARES OF THE "JUD
son I'noumatio Hallway Stock." Please
address A, at this office, and make a cash
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, Sicentsfor one Insertions: CO cents for three.
A GENTLEMAN WISHES" THE Ac
quaintance of a confiding lady friend
torllgfitclericalwoiknnd amusement. Ad.
dress II. WAKE, caro of 821 lltli st n w.
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT-18 COM
pleto tunes and accompaniments in ouo
quarter. $0. McCAULEY & MOORE, 1745 F
st. 717 Slat st.
NOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big mono?" for gents' first-class second-hand
clothing. Addross or call at
JUST IPS OLD STAND. 010 D St. n. W.
ron UAIjJH AJfV ltJSKX.
t5L ESTATE BULLETIN, ""
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street.)
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
4 6TORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
038 lists w.bh. 18 rs 828,000
7150th stn w, bh.ml, 14 rs JS.,000
1738 1 stn w, b h, m 1, 11 rs 15,000
3-bTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1731 19th st n w, b b, 0 rs $7,500
1880 Mass ave n w, f h, 8 rs 7,350
3S I Bt n w, b h. 11 rs 0.500
605 0th stn w.bh, 8 rs 4,500
S811 and 3813 7tbstnw,bh,0rs 4.000
S853 K st n w, b h. 10 rs 3,000
ir86tlistn W, bh.Srs 1,500
Alley between 31st and 82d, M aud N sts
nw, bh,6rs B1.500
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
13 Myrtlo st n e, b h, 7rs 52.000
48l8llistsw fh.Srs 8,000
1818 and 1820 Lnwrenco st n w, f b, 5 rs. . 8,000
1450 Sampson stnw, f b, 0 is 3,000
118 K stne, (b, 0 rs 1,830
42Myitlostne, b h,7rs 1,700
Alley hot Cth and 7th, O and E sts s 0,
bh.3 rs 1,500
18 Capitol alleys w.bh.Ors .,.,. 1,1
813 2d st se, I h.lrs 600
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
Mass avo. hot Del avo and 1st stne...,. .SI 00
N. 0. cor Va avo and 83d stn w.. ...... 75
NocorNlIaoand Fstn w 70
Ost.betSdand 8d n 0 CO
8 w cor 3d and L sts no 50
B and C, sotb and Slst sts n w 40
Mount Pleasant 40
6th st, hot Va avo and Gsts 0 30
Brookland , 10
1st Bt, betOandPsts s w 10
HOUSES FOB HENT.
08 K st 11 c, 0 rs S80 00
8J1 and 633 Cth st n 0. 0 rs 18 0)
1013 U stnw, 0 rs 13 S3
Kervncd House, Woodley l'urk,5rs 15 CO
1883 Md avo sw.Ors 15 00
317and 319 10th stno.Srs.. 13 00
cimmplaln ave, nonr Columblaroad.... It 60
38 Iicfrccs st n w 7rs 13 39
18l3Gthstnw,4rs 12 3)
Hear 1707 8th Bt n w, 4 rs 7 89
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Stororoom 1116 Pst nw , J 185 00
Storeroom 1114 F stn w ,. 100 00
917 P st n w, rront rm. 8d Door 50 00
Hull, NY ac, bet 13th and 14th stsn
wsrent, 50 a night; $25 a day.
408 La a o.lst lloor, 3 front rs 30 00
4C8Laavo;4thrlonr, 4rs 30 GO
Hall,4thlloor.l8thandEBtsnw 30 00
Stranddwg n weor 6th and K stsn w.. so 00
Morcroom s 0 cor 1st and N sts n w. 13 00
Central Building, rm 17 10 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. , ,
Bale as U.S.bonds;6andO per cent,, payablo
ouartorlv: In sums 2100 to 81.000: email 1110-
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of tho property
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