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THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, TvtAY 31. 1891.
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NEWS OF' THE LODGES.
MANY MATTJIKR OP INTEREST TO
MENDERS Or THE FRATERNITIES.
IjChIeo HnppenlnRH and Personal Mention
Among Masonic Circles Notes of thu
RochabltcR Tho Golden Cross nnd In
Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho
evenings of tho ensuing week:
Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple
Benjamin B. French No. 15. Monday, 1st:
Pontalpha No. 33, Monday, 1st; National No.
12,Tucsday, 2d; "Washington Centennial No.
14, Wednesday, 8d; La Fayette No. 10, Thurs
day, 4th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 5th.
A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Catho
dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, Bd; Blue
room: Columbia No. 0, Wednesday, 3d.
Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn
sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 5th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. fi,
Masonic Hall, Unloutown Anacostla No.
21, Monday, 1st.
Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple
La Fayctto No. 5, Tuesday, 2d; Columbia
No. 1, Wednesday, 8d.
Masonic Hall, Pennsylvania avenuo and
Nineteenth street Mount Horeb No. 7, Thurs
Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic
Temple Columbia No. 2, Friday, 5th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No.
3, Wednesday, 3d.
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Bite Sanctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion, Tuesday, 2d.
W. J. Byers, the popular young Shrincr, is
going in for aquatics this season. Ho has re
cently purchased of Bro. M. A. Tappan, the
agent, a beautiful clinker-built boat, which will
provo one of the speediest when its owner gets
into his usual form.
Bro. George Wagner, of Harmony Lodge
No. 17, is receiving the congratulations of the
fraternity and general public upon the beau
tiful appearance of the hair-dressing parlors
which ho has just fitted up for Mrs. Wagner
at 182(5 Fourteenth street. It is one of the"
most complete establishments of its kind in
Lebanon Lodge No. 7 will confer the 8d de
gree Friday evening. Potomac Commaudery
No. 8 will transact routine business Wednes
day evening. Washington Centennial Lodge
No. 14 will confer the 1st degree Wednesday
evening. Potomac Lodge No. 5 will transact
routine business Monday evening. Mount
Horeb Chapter No. 7 will confer the Royal
Arch Thursday evening. Mount Vernon
Chapter No. 3 will confer the Royal Arch
Tho tjeath of Bro. A. J. Marsh, 32d
degree, created a vacancy in the board of
trustees ofthe Scottish Rite Sanctuary, which
was original!' as follows: From the District
at largo, Inspector General John MillB
Brown,wwho was succeeded by his deputy
at that time, William Oscar Roome. From
Mithras Lodge of Perfection, originally
James Lansburgh, who was succeeded by
Alexander H. Holt. From Evangelist Chapter,
Rose Croix, Leroy M. Taylor, who was tho
original member, and still serves as such.
From Robert do Bruce Council of Kadosh,
originally A. J. Marsh. From Albert Pike
Consistory, originally C. St. Bennert, who
was succeeded by Thomas D. JSIngleton.
The vacancy caused by the deani of Bro.
Marsh was filled last Tuesday evening by the
election of W. H. Barstow, 32d degree, tho
present Juriior Warden of Osiris Lodge No. 20.
Sir Knight Walter H. Graves, of Denver, a
member of Rio Grande Del Norto Command
ery, of Alamosa, Col., has been in tho city
during the past week and speaks iu glowing
terms of the preparations which are being
made in Denver for the conclave, which, It is
unneccessary to state, are being carried out on
the broad-gauge Western style. An immense
building will bo erected, as large as tho Chi
cago Auditorium, in which tho meetings of the
Grand Encampment will bo hold, and which
will bo arranged with a series of rooms sur
rouuding the central hall, iu which every visit
ing commandery can establish headquarters
for tho transaction of ofllcial business. The
hotel accomodations will be ample, several
mammoth structures already approaching
completion will add to tho already large list
of hotels, aud an item which will bo good
news to tho Washington f raters Is tho fact" that
during this year $400,000 will bo expended in
laying new pavements.
Tho commlttoo of sir knights from Do
Molay Commandery No. 4, who visited Den
ver, Col., recently to obtaiu accommodations
and horbes for tho commandery during the
next triennial conclave, have returned to tho
city, not only enthusiastic over tho success
ful result of their mission, but brimful with
enthusiasm over their courteous reception
and hospitable ontortainment In tho hustling
Western city. Tho committee consisted of
Sirs Frank Schwarz, Senior Warden; James
M. Hodges, Geueralisslmo; Thomas Somer
vlllo, Past Eminent Commander; E. G.
Schafer, A. Lofller, Jphn Vogt, and James M.
Ford. They left Washington on Saturday,
May 0, in the palaco car " Wildwood," which
Is one of those railway paluces fitted
with all the conveniences of modern
travel. Tho journey West was broken by a
stop at St. Louis of ono day, which was
pleasautly spent In viewing the sights of tho
city under the escort of congenial fraters.
The arrival at Denver was tho-occa6ion of a
genuino ovation from the big-hearted Western
templars, and when ull tho arrangements
were conaluded on the 10th, and the party re
sumed their journoy, It was with many re
grets that their visit could not be prolonged.
After leaving Denver ouo day was spent In
the "Garden of the Gods," which was tho
roughly enjoyed, and on the return trip one
day In each "city wa6 spent in familiarizing
themselves with tho attractions of Kansas
City, Chicago, and Cincinnati, In speaking
of the trip James M. Hodges remarked tha't
"it was the happiest twelve days of his life
time," and this was the unanimous yordlct of
the entire delegation, who now look forward
with renewed Interest to the approaching con
clave, which will give them another oppor
tunity of again visiting tho scenes of their
recent pleasant louruoy.
It was Shrine night, with a largo and beauti
ful capital S, Fiiday evening lastat tho Cathe
dral, and tho sahibs gathered early to make It
pleasant and agreeable for tho candidates,
about two score of whom had tho opportunity
of being fully introduced to the ritual and
ceremonies attendant upon the ordeal of
"making a Shrincr." It must not bo Inferred
from what Tun IIr.uT. has said that any per
sonal injmy can result, from the experiments
to which the candidates are subjected in trav
eling tho rugged and Blorm-wrceked paths of
these ancient mysteries, nor Is it necessary to
go into training to receive tho degree Any
oligiblo man can without fear trust himself to
tho gentle ministrations of "those who know,"
and" will como out of it without drawing a
dividend from his accident policy. Tho pre
cautions Which one of tho candidates took on
Friday evening were thercforo entirely unnec
essary, aud at this time of year an anti-collision,
air-cushion rubber suit, lined with cot
ton batting, must certainly prove oxtremely
uncomfoi table for tho wearer. At the stroke
of 8 F. G. Alexander assumed tho cast that
was not tho exact direction, but tbo cardinal
points of tho compass chango a llttlo In tho
Shrine assemblies and sat in judgment on
the assemblage. In this business ho was
assisted by A. B. Coolidge, who introduced
tho trembling culpirts singly and alone. A.
W. Johusou, who lias something of a reputa
tion as a conductor, carefully punched tho
coupons presented in his capacity of Oriental
Guide, while J. H. Olcott, with the greatest
minuteness, recorded everything said or done
by the candidates aud assisted Dr. Aaron
Baldwin In striking a trial balanco of tho ox
penso account. Harry Standlford, who last
week obtained his majority, (t. e. thirty-three,)
assisted by E. M. Mir, kopt the candidates'
minds diverted with stories of Oriental life
and instructed them in the manner in which a
true Shrincr should conduct himself. Jesse
Graut ably assisted them with words of truth
nnd wi6dom, while tho solemn abjurgations,
which wcro heard from time to time descend
ing from a hiddon recess of the organ loft In
thundering tones of admonition, were credited
by those who recognized the voice to the ex
Potentate George II. AValker. The meeting
broke up with the usual banquet prepared by
Noble J. H. Trimble.
Golden Cross Notes.
Mount Vernon Commandery to-morrow
evening, at Good Templars' Hall, will confer
tho degrees on two candidates Goodwill
Commandery hold its regular meeting on
Monday evening last, Noble Commander
Hervey S. Knight presiding. Tho 1st and 2d
degrees were conferred on Thomas S. Taylor
and Mrs. Livonia S. Taylor, and tho 2d de
gree on Mrs. Inazella F. Jones. A committee,
consisting of Sir Knights Groot aud Pope and
Ladles Cordero, Allen, Knight, Watrous,
Davison, Johnson, Payne, Clark, aud Drum
moud, was appointed to arrange for an enter
tainment on the 29th of Juno At the last
meeting of Capital Commandery tho 1st de
gree was conferred on George Murphy, Wal
lnce S. Stetson, Mrs. Lucy H. Diver, and Miss
Mary F. Kilgore. Visitors were present from
Anaco6tia, Goodwill, and St. John's Com
manderles. Sir Knight J. H. Dony presented
each Sir Knight and lady with a bouquet of
roses from his earden at Anacostla. Remarks
on tho good of the ordenvero mado by Noble
Commander Symonds and Sir Knight Dony,
of Anacostla; Sir Knights S. J. Groot
and W. H. Pope, of Goodwill; Sir
Knights B. W. Bebo and W- E. Graham,
of St. John's, and Noble Commander Kilgore,
Sir Knights Richard Kingsman, S. N. Hilton,
J. B. Dlver,Frauk E. Nowton,aud others. Fra
ternal visitations between commandcries are
becomiug more frequent, and will undoubt
edly tend to increase tbo Interest of members
in tho order Columbia Commandery hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday evening last,
Noble Commander J. A. Dickinson pre
siding. Lady Jessie M Blair announced that
this was the anniversary of the wedding of
Noble Commander Dickinson and Lady
Dickinson, and presented to tho Sir
Knight and lady a number of beau
tiful presents. At tho next meeting
ten candidates will receive the degrees
National Commandery at Its last meeting re
ceived applications for membership from L.
M. B. Sorrell, Milton T. Grigsby, W. n. Fit
ton, John F. Kidwell, and Miss Blanche I.
Kesler. The committee on the good of the
order was increased by the addition of all the
lady members of the commandery, and were
instructed to make suitable arrangements for
celebrating tho third anniversary of tho insti
tution of the commandery on Monday even
ing, June 8 At the session of tho Supreme
Coinniandery, which closed at Bar Harbor,
Me., on May 23 tho following officers were
elected: Supremo Commander, Fessenden I.
Day, of Maine; Supreme Vice Commander,
Mrs. Mary Cross, of Massachusetts; Supreme
Prelate, Rev. E. L. Dolph, of Indiana; Su
preme Keeper of Records, W. R. Cooper, of
Tennessee; Supremo Treasurer, John D.
Swain, of New Hampshire; Supremo Herald,
John C. Stewart, of Maine; Supreme Warder
of the Inner Gato, Mrs. E. S. Miller, of New
York; Supreme Warder of the Outer Gate,
Samuel J. Smith, of Now Hampshire; Supreme
Medical Director, Dr. J. D. Young, of Massa
chusetts; Supremo Trustees, Horaco Mitchell,
Jr., of Maine; A. M. McBath, of tho District
of Columbia, and R. A. Brown, of Touuessce.
Committee on Laws, W. H. Powers, Massa
chusetts; J. W. McCall, Kentucky; H. L.
Boutwcll, Massachusetts. A circular to
subordinate commandcries in regard to the
action taken on tho senior class question is
soon to bo issued.
Independent Order Mechanics.
At tho meeting of Anchor Lodge No. 9
Monday, Worthy Master Gllllngham In the
chair, Bro. Charles II. Rawllngs, of Mechan
ics' Lodgo No. 15, of Baltimore, who has been
iu tho care of Auchor Lodge for some months,
was reported extremely ill. Tho 1st degree
was conferred on Mr. John J. Ebor. Visitors:
Supreme Representative Elchelborger and
Worthy Master Troch, of Cloujibiu Lodge.
Lafayette Lodge No, 13 held a successful
session Thursday night, Worthy Master C.
O. Horton In the chair. Mr. John A. Tafo was
reported suffering from au accident. Ho was
thrown from his carriage. Mr. D. G. Struble
received tho 3d degree, and Mr. Edgar Down
the l6t degree and applied for tho 2d degree.
Visitors: Vice Grand Architect G. W, Berry
and Past Master B. Olive, of No. 1; Past Mas
ter Schoenthal aud Bro. Mulcher of No. 14.
A committee was appointed to arrange for an
excursion in conjunction with Goodwill
Lodge No. 14.
At tho meeting of Capital Lodgo No. 11,
Wednesday night, Worthy Master Kuhn In
the chair, Bro. C. A. Splndler was reported
in a critical condition, also Bro. William
Weaver, at Garfield Hospital. The degree
team of Anchor Lodgo No. 9 conferred the Ap
prentice degree on Mr, F, R, Whitney in a
creditable manner. Visitors: Grand Archi
tect R. B. Wilson, Vice Grand Architect
G, W. Berry, Past Grand Architect
T. II. Watson, Past Masters J. P.
Hall, S. T. Ernest, A. T. Evans,
W. J. Capner, aud Bros. W. E. Polbury and
Otto Huber, of this jurisdiction, and Deputy
Grand Architect II. K. B uler, of Charlottes
ville, Va., and Bro. J. T. Stephens, of Alpha
Lodgo No. 11, of Baltimore.
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Go to tho Bellvue Dairy Farm f6r pure,
clean, and fresh milk.
Independent Order of Itcchabitcs.
The visit of n delegation from Golden Rule
Tent No. 33, (Woman's Branch,) Alexandria,
to Purity Tent No. 4, this city, Monday even
ing, added to tho interest both of Purity Tent
and Eagle Tent No. 1, (Junior,) tho Juniors
being still iu session when tho delegation ar
rived. After tho usual interchange of
courtesies there was a mixed programme of
good-of-order exercises, consisting of instru
mental music by Musters PalHs, remarks by
Mrs. Miller, Chief Ruler of Golden Rule Tent;
vocal solos by Miss Florence Lylcs, remarks
by High Secretary-Treasurer Patterson, Chap
lain Gcorgo Allon, and Mrs. Allen, Chief
Ruler of Purity Tent; basso solo by Past High
Representative Georgo J. Murray, remarks by
Past Chief Ruler Clarence Mills and Mrs.
Lylcs, Past Chief Ruler of Golden Rulo Tent;
reading by Mrs. LIda Murray. Deputy High
Chief Ruler, and songs by Miss Florence
Lyles Yesterday being a holiday, tho Insti
tution of tho now tent wob postponed until
next Saturday evening, when Clements' Hall,
K street, between Sixth and Seventh streets
northwest, will bo dedicated to temperance
work Past High Chief Ruler Murray was
elected Treasurer of Eagle Tent No. 2 Friday
to All a vacancy Past High Repre
sentative Julian L. Wright is writing n tem
perance story for tho licchabitc Advocate
High Chief Ruler A. M. Dowey delivered tho
memorial address at tho temperance meeting
at tho Soldiers' Homo Friduy evening
Bro. M. E. Byrne, of Friendship Tent No. 73,
Is devoted to tho Juniors Past High Rep
resentative Samuel Ellis, recently Treasurer
of Eaglo Tent No. 2, Is one of tho charter
members of tho now tent Tho entertain
ment of tho Eaglo Juniors will take place on
tho 15th of next month Virginia Tent No.
5, Alexandria, has recently been Incorporated.
DoputyHiqh Chief Ruler Edgar Thomp
son, of Alexandria, is being highly compli
mented for tho good management and rapid
growth of tho threo tents under his super
vision Ilich Secretary-Treasurer L. H.
Patterson, during tho past week, has sent
supplies for four new tents In Maryland and
The Patent-Leather Shoe.
It is only within tho last year or so that the
patent-leather shoe has been used to any great
extent for evory-day wear. But it has grown
mightily In popular favor, and is to-day con
sidered by well-dressed people as almost In
dispensable. Aside from the neat, finished
appearance which it lends to the well-dressed
person, they are very durable, and are made
iu a great variety of styles. 'There is no doubt
that they will bo "tho shoe" for tho coming
season, and in anticipation of the great de
mand Messrs. Wilson & Carr, of 929 F street
northwest, have prepared for your inspection
tho handsomest and most varied assortment
lu this line of footwear ever shown in Wash
ington. Tho patent-leather shoo is somewhat
rlsljy at best, but Its wearing qualities depend
in a great measure upon tho care taken of
them. Messrs. Wilson & Carr feel safe iu as
serting that their grade of $5 patent-leather
shoes Is not surpassed anywhere for tho price,
and tho $7.50 and $10 grades can be relied
upon as being tho best obtainable. Special
attention is called to these patent-leather
goods, but they are prepared to show you a
completo stock in other lines of footwear, und
would be glad to have the opportunity of do
The proprietors of King's Palace desire to
call your attention to tho fact that their stock
of millinery and wrups is now complete, and
they are iu a position to glyo to the ladies of
this city extraordinary good values in the
above department. Their reputation as tho
leaders In the millinery line Is such an estab
lished fact that none daro to dispute this
claim. Tho stock of millinery comprises all
tho latest productions from tho foreign and
domestic markets, and their array of Imported
pattern hats and bonnets with tho production
of their fine work-room and their stock of un
trimmed hats and bonnets Is treble that of any
other establishment In this city. They have
every shape, manufactured in all tho latest
shades of gray, tans, and brown, aud their
prices aro exceptionally the lowest. They
guarantee you a saving o'f 20 percent, on your
purchase. They would call your attention to
tho great guessing contest for a free tour of
Europe. Every purchaser is entitled to a
guess for a trip to Europe, free of all expense.
Wo refer you for further Information to their
advertisement on tho fifth page of this paper.
Excursion via Pennsylvania Rail
road, to Pen-Mar on Decoration Day.
Tho fourth annual excursion of the Nelson
Division No. 2, Uniform Rank, Kniehts of
Pythias, accompanied by Columbia Division
No. 3 and Washington Continentals, will bo
mado via the Pennsylvania Railroad to Pen
Mar on Decoration Day, May 80. Special
train will leave B. & P. Depot at 8:15 A. M
and returnine leavoPen-Mar at 0:10 P. M.,
arriving in Washington at 9:30 P. M. Faro
for the round trip, $1.50. Tho charming and
picturesque scenery of Pen-Mar, located on
tho summit of tho Blue Ridge, is well known
to Washingtoniaus, and a largo number will
take advantage of this low rate to 6pend Dec
oration Day at that point.
Six Bottles Bergen's Asthma Cure
Deleware, Ohio, May 8, 1600.
Dr. J. W. Bergen, Petersburg, Ind.:
Deaii Dootok: Inclosed please find check
for six bottles of Bergen's Asthma Cure, and
wish to say I have not had an attack since be
ginning to use your medicine.
Tho medicine is all you claim for It. I have
told so many about tho excellent qualities of
your cure, and can recommend it cheerfully.
Yours truly, J. A. BRADBEER.
For sale by J. D. Gllman, 027 Pennsylvania
You Are In a Bad Fix.
But wo will cure you If you will pay ue.
Men weak, nervous, and debilitated, suffering
from evil habits or later indiscretions, send for
Book op Life, Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur
elcal Institute, 158 N. Spruce street, Nashville,
Shoes Odd and. End Sale.
Two hundred and sixty pairs misses' and
children's russet, goat, and Oxfords at 9Sc
reduced from $1.50 and $1.25. National Hotel
Shoe Store, 499 Pennsylvania avenue.
Go to the Bellvue Dairy, 1481 P street north
west, for bottled milk kept in a refrigerator,
"not foul water."
"Faust Beer" is old.
Why do I drink Tanuhauser beer ? Because
It Is the best lu tho market.
Combined POCICET AIjMANAO
and MEMORANDUM liOOIC
advertising BROWN'S IKON BITTERS
the oost Tonic, given away at Drug and
general ttores. Apply at once.
4-3T SEVENTH ST. 1ST. W.5
One Hundred Dozen Fine SA TIN DE CHINE SHIRTS, pretty as
silk, out full size and length, latent style collars attached,
CHEVIOT mnd MADRAS SHIRTS,
ONLY $ J .25 EACH.
Finest CHEVIOT and ZEPHYR SHIRTS, (laundered,) latest
style collars and deep cuffs attached,
ONZY $2 AND $2.50 EACH.
OLIVER P. BURDETTE,
SOLE AGJE2TT FOR
Keep's Shirts and Men's Furnishings.
A Pure, Sparkling, Slcaitiiful Tabic Water,
At a price within the reach of all. Government analysis shows this to bo tho Purest Water an.
the market. A remarkable remedy for disorders of tho kidneys, liver, stomach, and boweS
For Sale by the Talcoma Park Springs Company.
ETO. 620 F STKEET, WASHINGTON, D. CL
Cl3Li1i FOB 3?XIIC338
Chronic Headaches aro often caused by defective Eye-Sight. Properly adjusted Spectacles fre
quently give permanent relief. Perfect satisfaction given, or money refunded.
0 3P TICIAN,
1 3 1 1 F ST.
Branch of No. 3 N. Charles St.. Baltimore, Md.
ce Cream Parlors
We aro now serving
ICE CREAM AND ICES
of every description, and our SODA WATER
and ICE CREAM SODA cannot be excelled.
Give us a trial. Our assortment of Candles
wero never finer. We make a specialty of
furnishing weddings, sociables, and fairs.
4I0 Seventh St. N.W.
OlICJS OJP THE
Great Falls Ice Company,
024 Pennsylvania Avenue.
THE GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY cor
dially Invito Inspection of tholr storage facili
ties at tho foot of Tenth and of Thirty-first
Btreets. respectively. The building lately
erected at the former site is divided into six
compartments having an aggregate capacity of
EIGHT THOUSAND TONS,
and is not excelled by any structure, for simi
lar purposes, on the Atlantic Coast. It is
KENNEBEC ItlVEIl ICE
in crystal cubes of absolute purity.
This eompany aro tho oldest established
dealers in ice within tho District of Columbia.
Their Buccess has its foundation in the confi
dence of the community gained and main
tained by unvarying regard for tho interests
of customers and a strict observance ot cor
Critical Investigation of the Bystem of me
chanical production, as now developed, con
firms the company in the use, exclusively, of
natural Ice, and abundantly vindicates, for
them, tho truth of the maxim that
"Art may err, hut Nature cajinotmiss."
As heretofore announced, ice will be sup
plied by tho company throughout tho season
At (ho Lowest Legitimate Market Itates.
ACADEMY OP THE HOLY CROSS, 1312
Ma6s. avenue, embraces thorough Prepar
atory and Scientific Couases, and affords every
advantage in Literature, Music, and Art.
Piano, Harp, Violin, Guitar, and Banjo Les
sons given. General Vocal, Drawing, and
Fancy Work free.
SA.oXl?3L,13 THE "VVA-TJEIC-
, u e
TO THE LAPISS!
WE HAVE OPENED A NEW AND SELECT
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS.
SWISS AND NAINSOOK EMBROID
ERY. ORIENTAL, TORCHON,
MEDIOIS, AND OTHER
TRIMMING LAOES in all tho Newest Desteas.
MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Indies' nnd Children's HOSIERY, COK
SETS, UNDEBWEAIt, KID, SIM, irno ,
IilSUQ THREAD GLOVES and '
MIXS, In all tho Newest Shades
and Jbowost Prices.
FINE SELECTION OF
DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS. RIBBONS,
FANOY NETS' RUCH-
ART EMBROIDERY GOODS.
ELEGANT LINE OF
InfantB' and Children's EMBROIDERED
and SHIRRED OAI'S, TAM O 'SHAT
TERS, MUX!, and GINGHAM!
HATS, In Groat Variety
And all Prices.
INFANTS' LONG AND SHORT DRESSES.
CLOAKS. AND WALKING SUITS,
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
AND ALL KINDS
Children's Furnishing GootfSo
008 NINTH STREET,
tn OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE.
JBDWAKB P. B3EIOOE?
!)35 Fenna. Ave.,
Calls Attention to nis Largo Stock of
IP I .A. IsT O S.
STORY & CLARK 1 JiC A TVTG
CLOUGH & WARREN VlllxAiNb.
Sold on Installments, Exchanged, Rented,
Repaired, Tuned, Moved, and Stored.
Violins, Banjos, ami Gnitnrs.
Strings a Specialty.
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL MER
CHANDISE. At the Old Stand, 023 Peuua. Ave.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
Importer of aud Wholesale Dealer in
PURE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES
And Solo Agent for Trimble and Perfection
Old Rye aud Sour Mash Whiskies.
1200 uudl203 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.