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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

-rr-T- . , . i , u w w 3MHBtWfW '4MH&f fajHt zn&iir- n . .-- .,, . --, .j- w THE SUNDAY HERALD,SUN-DAY,MAY10,1891. 'li ', ll If 1 s l u.r 4 ; 4 sjl THE BRIDAL BOUQUET AND OTHElt tATR WiMINISH OF NEW YdltK. If ADS The Latest ThlncA at Weildlnjis Tho Oininmit- Turquois Tho Superior Youni; Woman Insignia of n Dry" Feast-A Drug Store After n Xcw Idea. Correspondence or The Sunday Herald. New York, May 8. You nrc nothing to day If you haven't a keen appreciation of flowers. You must appreciate tho redness of one rose, the dead whiteness of another; you must be able to discriminate between violets and know to a dot the good points of an orchid. If you arc going to make a call on some woman of whom you arc fond you stop by the way, get a bunch of roses, a single orchid, or lilj, whatever indeed, happens to be her favorite flower, and then when you go in you tell her how, long before tho material body got there, she was in your heart, and you have brought her the flower that she wou...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

.V -vntwiav '-W9t-' ' i ft- , yiypr i3fflSTP8BW wfk , c ' t "VA '- . ". ' rf , . -JU .'. ! M. THE JSUK DAY H: likXY'D, Sufb'AV, MAY lO. 101. 3 . - i J A . TWH. T r-r JT- ill THEATRICALS AND MUSIC. A M USKMKNTS THAT Alt I- GONE AN1 TIIOSK THAT AUK COMING. Succcsuful Conccrtof UioSlxtoonf U-Slreot nntl Solmliorl Oimrtottos What the ThoutroH OfTor Another Concert hy thi) Marino Ihiutl. There was a brilliant audience present at the Academy of Music lust Wednesday even ing to honr tho well-known Schubert ami Sixteenth-street Quartets assisted by Miss Amy Hare, solo plnuiste, iu what was probably tho finest concert by strictly locnl talent that has been heard for many year. Society was out in force, bounty and tine gowns, and musical people woro there to hear and praise. Among the distinguished pooplo who occupied boxes were seen Sir Julian and Lady Pauncefote, Mr. Sovollon A. Brown and party,members of the Japauoio, Chinese, and Corcau Legations, Countess Esterhnzy and party, Col. Crook ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

WWOTiaiii'ii'iil)liKki)W"'ilt ywiiiii.iiiMM.iii.ii i,ji.ui'i,i''Wtiiii iriai(iVi,1iur;-);fi;ii)iiTji.iIJ1riiiT b;j" M.tiiitii)fT3innisiBiwiiriHViiliiiP'i ihiiiniiJiwMli''i'iw''iiiiiifrkjiri 4- .. . v. ,. . t "". 4 r 'uttn-d .Sl i.. Q THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY lO, 1891. 3 i !,! ;! i 8 si j & r i i'i '5 .i 11 i . I! ' h. 5 I fM (U i k 4 ln I .HE I'l uniav wx& -AND- TOccfiffi Qtafionttf 3nfciTt'gcnccr. tkv: National Intelligencer E1TABL16ME0 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD fc ESTABLISHED K36. Entered nt flic PostOfllno nt Washington, 1). C.i ns Secoml-clnss flatter. J. It. SOUI.K, A. T. HENSKY, .l'roprlotora. 'Editorial ami Publication Ofllcos South west Cor. 11th nnd IS Sts. N. W. If this country hadn't been breathing with the utmost ense nil the time it might breathe easier now on learning that Premier Rudtni hns joincil the Parliamentary Association for the Promotion of International Arbitration and Peace. If the newspaper stories arc to bo be lieved, two big New York firms arc...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

9 -IM -. t , - . T ... f f ' t A" " TOi'M y ftW-WHWm!lj'Ug HJWBWJliPWllWMBU H,VWJwri((rMM n- (V-'VW'it,-'tf-"''rt ( ' 'USSust'SJga' MdnW-rf' t r o it m v' NORTHWEST ALEXANDRIA HISTORIC) niLLS TRANSFORM V.Ji INTO HEAUTIFUI. VltitA SITKS Wy the NorthtvoHt Alexandria Improve mont Company An Interesting Inter view "With Mr. A. M. Gormniii the Manager $25,000 to Ito Spnnt Upon StreotH anil SiilcwalUs Connect od by Sixty Wnily Trains to Washington A Continuation of Mount Vornon llouloviiru, There was evldcnco oflunumal activity in the real eslatu office of Mr, A. M. Gorman, at 609 Thirteenth street northwest, yesterday when The Hkiulu's representative called to learn from that gentleman what was being done by the Northwest Alexandria Improve ment Company Jn the .dovolopraont of their property, of which Mr.- Gorman has recontly Tjccn made manager. "If you will not becomo Impatient under frequent Interruptions," said 'Mr. Gorman, 'I shall ho glnd to talk with you, about our property and Its...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

MBBlUqjlMMWtoMMWMitiIi itajMwiff rnwi' ww'tu nfeifc' ' (ij.f" itytJr-il'TtiVjUl iimtmull'r 4 Q s . o . avs Ttfe JtiJ3aiAY'vMlEiRt.!D.;dXiSrJAV:iCl'AYlO lS'9l. -6 I ( 1 r t n KEEP'S SHIRTS! THE STANDARD SHIRTS OF AMERICA. Gained their high reputation by their superior FIT, STYLE, WORKMANSHIP, and DURA" BILITY: they are worn in every town and city In tho Union. The superior quality Is always maintained, even at a creator cost to us. Nono bitt tho BEST MUSLINS and FINEST IRISH LINENS arc used in KEEP'S SHIRTS. If you have any troublo with your shirts, If your shirt maker does not fit or plcaso you, if they aro not entirely satlsfastory, please try ISLESESr'S SHIRTS, Made to measure, only ono quality, tho VERY BEST, SIX for $10.00, unlaundercd. If Plaited Bosoms aro desired wo make them at tho following prices: Ono, two, or threo plaits on each side of bosom, six for $11.00, unlaundercd. Perfect lit and satisfaction guar anteed. Wo prefer to furnish Laundered Shirts, (wo make nothing ou...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

V ! W4 VV , - 1 ei ,. - !.- vi- && i 4mw - H'M''P,'WW ' '"&gsam THE SUNDAY HERALD, S,UNDAY, MA.Y 1G 1891.-- 1 ii i.i 4b THIS ARMY AND THE tf A VY. ARMY NOTES. Acting Surgeon Bonjatnin Brooko has In'on ordered from Fort Loavouworth, Kaiis., to Fort Riley, KanB. "Faust Beer" is guaranteed to bo straight agcr and six months old. Leave of absence for twenty days bus been granted First Lieut. John J. Brercton, Twenty-fourth Infantry. Ballantinc's Palo Extra Beer cures the In grippe. Lcavo for one month, to take effect lmme dlately, has been granted 8ecoud Ltout. Wil liam S. Peirce, Second Artillery. Telephone 374-2 for ''Faust Doer." Leave of absence from May 0 to Juno 30 185)1. Inclusive, haB been granted First Lieut. Stephen C. Mills, Twelfth Infantry. Leave until August 17, 1891, with permis sion to uo beyond 6ea, has been-granted First Lieut. Edmund D. Smith, Nineteenth Infan try. Drink Tannhauscr beer. II. Benzlcr. First Lieut. George L. Anderson, Fourth Artillery, hns b...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

w t!w-u.jMm.uiJ ... pii'iiawn'Miiiiiiiii ( rjiyuiHti I itlWB'nuMwjSwftjWBISty 'iftt(t)&iB(v&KS&0ffi!OrftivWNttlN1UKiWlfff ICliiiumiiii)iiii,''i'iirtiiittij1iiiiiittl'iia ! i'lt'"iiiy')nw'nitw' iai- N ' - W 1-1 U. 5 1 r'HE.SlINDAY'HERAtD.;SUNDA'Y. MAY lO, lS'Ol. t . IB a SB v m r Wi a a t 4 I 1 !Si .361 4 SS 8, I1 lit f t THE HOODOO LIFTED. THIJ NATIONALS SUUVIUSE BVEltY ONK BY WINNING A GAME. They Defeat tho St. Louis Team In Good Stylo What tho Athletes and Boating Men Aro Hoinc Amateur Bnso-lJall Notes. A robin flow Into "Washington Park yester day and, alighting on the cro6t of a tree, plpoVl out Its pleasant laj "Wo have a Mascot," Bald Capt. Prince, "lor If that bird eincs tho game through wo will win." It did elng through, and victory came to the homo team after a succession of eleven defeats. The vic tory, to Bay tho least, was refreshing! and as It was won purely on Its morlts, there Is room for the hope that tho present week will not bo a repetition of the disas...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

ll ' ( HlliMBM5SSffi53!3S3isBsl! ' ' m m JV,?t& 3DHttlg H&tixm&l ntlljQnKi$ ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MAYIO.1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 A WHITE HOUSE BABY. AN INTKBKSTING TALK WITH AN DHEW JACKSON'S NIECE. - How the Qouho nnil Senato Attended Her Baptlnm Old Hickory Trundled Her Carriage In the East Room A Lock of Her Hair In the Corncr-Slonc of the Trcasnry Stories of Jackson and Martin Van Karen Old Hickory's Crown HIb Simplicity and His Itove for Children The l'ejrBy Eaton Scandal IiOttcrsofWaohlnctonlrvlntr, Jamen K. Polk and Others An In teresting Chat With a Blost Interest tnjr Woman. "Yes, I was born in the White House nud christened in'thc Red Room, and that cere mony was the occasion of a great official gathering." The speaker was Mary Emily Donelson Wilcox, a sweet, soft-spoken, soft-mannered lady of Southern type, whose birth, and early years among the personages of ante-bellum days invest her reminiscent chat with a peculiar interest. Mrs. Wilcox was the daughter of Andrew D...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

iWyVWjiPtBW Siff'jiiX." i.cfaiWJ1'iwiw"H whmmiuiui&MiifligiTm am ip KHWtWniniii'imiylln.l I hlULi HIillH HJU WfJl.itfWM1 H1HJ.H.ffJ " 'l'llV V " i '' ' -1WI . . iuMv-wre.-v . w.ww , ..r . bj,,, .,. ,. - --r .t.. "- S3t, . -.fc fciw " -f J f lMfc J. CT3rTiCJUiMWfHI.H'.tMiU"enl" toffliaMffnfff - ;yrawi.toww wi.uwiw,, - -,. . .. W J U0 jp4 J- - " - j i.u; - w i.- jijT w trf1 TkP T-Bf u T7. "JW0CiM" m 10 Tl SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY O, 1891. I ' NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT 18 GOING ON AMONG THE l'RATKUNITIES. Catarrh Cured V ONE CENT! WM" '" . ja.JiM.inaii,ai --. ..v,vii j. .-ct- - -IJa,.iJBj.,.ie-.J. ..-1..: I IV V4 I'sv v to I; IV IS t 111 Columbia Commandery Drill Corps At tending Ascension I)ny Services Golden Gross anil Amorlcnit Mechan ics' Notes. The following Masonl". bodies meet upon the cveulugs of tbo ensuing week: Semi-annual communication of tho Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, Lodgo-rootu 2io. 1, Masonic Temple, Wednesday, May 13, at 0 o'clock P. M. Subordinate L...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

I . ..,.. . .. i I .l"! Il'llllliwi ' "J ' - ' H- Amri 1 IlllliBllW .. . . .a..- --Jtl'y''j1' .; u'M.V''lll'f,v'f'''VT'''1'1'" ''''' - ""! ,wtvtw- -r i'V" ;i.,j"'("i'--T.i -v TTTr S,V, J."S. t- jr jijft a r -" "- ". . i - - ijtf s- Jiitir -"jt- fA , , f " ra(,tr w ' "r", 'sc ; ' . r . . I .. . .eV,r .. I'lij fir lit -' 1 -"T - - . ( J w ti -' ' r Jt ji i f : 1J THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MA.Y 10, 1891. 11 SfflPTTW",Hl''"r1' teles Kramer, Importer. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 737 SEVENTH ST. H.W., WASHINGTON, D.O. TENNIS SHOES! GYMNASIUM SHOES for ladies, gentlemen, and chil dren. Garden Hose Reels J ETC. HOUSE COVERS, WAGON APRONS, AND CARRIAGE DRILL, OF BEST QUALITIES. AND AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. ALL OTHER VARIETIES OF RUBBER GOODS FRESH FROM THE FACTORY. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. HOLMES & CO., 511NINTH STREET. LOUIS KETTLBR, MERCHANT TAILOE, naB Removed from 1223 F Street to 1338 O St. 1ST. "W. Spring Styles Already on Hand Tor Inspection. mh8-tf WEBSTER'S MOTH-PROOF RUGS, ROBES...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

i: I; v Hr 6 s I s I If. I K I ' : BelroSSTSviBarVMyiV wnaMi9mmiim-fXmtm.mv wib J.V , t .-4 4 One of the prettiest events of the season was Miss Isabel I. Elliott's Mny ball, given at Willnrd Hall last Monday evening. The company was largo and tho faces of tnauv well-known citizens and their wives were rccocnizcd among the spectators. Tho chil dreri"wcrc in their happiest mood nnd the varied character of their fancy costumos pro duced a brilliant effect. The floral decora tions were profuse and tasteful. Tho fancy dRiiees were without a fault and the case and grace with which tho difficult movements were executed bespoke tho directing hand of a most efficient instructress. Tho Queen was MissEmmaV. Norris, daughter of James L. Morris, Esq., a most charming bloudc. flcr dress was of white rhadamc, en traine, draped in front with moussellnc de soic, and gar landed with lilies of the valley. Her orna ments were a necklace of diamonds. The maids othouorwero Miss Nannie G. Hume, daughter ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

;pst -f .juw-j x3 .itll,TIXH.Wjtt fH !-. T "- C"v Vi.W - r - - rJV .tatj &. .sa - i. , w K.rt-r'g"iKH'y' - OwjarlPWR "."" uj'i;wii'4iiptfiiqw " 4 jtJ l .. I ., . ..-.. r ,. , , ,, m . r.ttfx e. n .r ,Mt. r-. - 3 r W ;i ' J ' THE SUNDAY HERALDUNDAY, MAY 10. 1801. 13 it ;Ji I GOSSIP OF THE GIRLS. Alico Confides to Dear Louise tho Goings On in Washington. My Dk.vu Lovisk: In ono of my recent lot teis I mentioned the fact that Mrs. Cleveland was ono of tbo most enthusiastic members of the Jaiio Welch historical class, which num bered Boventy-fivc, and had been established during the winter In New York. In my deep ignoranco 1 jumped to tho conclusion that the cluan hud been christened In memory of the talented wife of Carlyle. I have since had a talk vlth a New York friend who gayo me an interesting nccount of the origin of tho class nud Its founder. It is distinctly antl Auglomanlao, and derives Its nouio from Ha originator, Allss Jano Paul Welch, of Buffalo, N. Y. MIbu Welch commen...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

I'.lAmw hKimSHi Itmrir," ' i t..JMiwi Wiin l - tnmwiilWlii'iiyw'ilwtUIIHWi "" mm ' wi.nn'i.'m u.im in .!"" wan iTyf"Ty"w.i wmw'l . - ,.if! " . iii i - J. .. - . T.J. .. " ' mfc ifc.jj.t-JLn i- jj. . . . -.... i u iii'm ' ii) v n" rzr jz wg"ti'igy''''''l"'"'g'w'a'''iMtf , """. , V - T J I j , . W - . .. li W .4 t - ft 4 W p 1 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 10,1891. tasy. .,.! j; wiiMBitimnwfri ! H I A n 1 1 i i f J KI I f I v. f I bt Do You Have Difficulty in rixmxG A GOOD COFFEE? IF SO, TUT zrZetvieirE STANDARD JAVA OOFPBB, Biifculil I1 H I iWPBi (OHT RIDE QF PAUjS Guaranteed absolutely pure and highest grado cultivated coffee, free from any mixture with the rank and acid coffee grown on wild, un cultivated land, which causes dizziness, Indi gestion, biliousness, etc. The greatest pains, most skilled labor, and latest Improved machinery are all employed to make this the Most Delicious Coffee in tho World. Sii-g-ai's at; Cost- W. H. COMBS, Tea Dealer and Coffee Roaster, SOLE AGENT...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

TTJy'ii' j "1 iry.iI"r-;"3rK ' ia,vrv'-'vwii "'.' ' .' Stffctfnfcft i!:!!!'"''''1 .V;7Vi -.- ..- . .u;r "S 'WW"?V,"W -",-.' MpN" vflfrc THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY lO, 1891. 10 13 O O XT "AT .A. 3XT T H. v S, .v'CT.'i "f. -AJCST MT ,'MV. I' . ' .''V ,' i. .' ft, s ' OFFICE ROOM I ..'RMS h A. j ..,J L fttt-i ,i .;- Mi'l-' r'wJW-l!WVi.: T I i , . ' J 5'. .1 ' . ; ' , ,Ht -i '' ? .&r , fj4ui -m fa-9& j .. 40 NNift t It- jf . - -J it'll S h m !tj),lM i - ik V ' . - i .. .- .rflWtvMiHW'' t ", - (-jr ThJ ,. , L Herald ' Building, " ni n Mi jmv , '.' .5 "TO "w -rf J ,.. v 4i '', v ''- ' ) - :,' i '. CITY. iH MEXPECTED DOUCHE. 'The Komnnco of u Garden Hoso-From tho French of A. Krlinrtl. From tho Figaro Illustre. Toward tlie end of a beautiful June day Monsieur and' Madame Lemadie were seated in thoir garden, before the mansion house, and tranquilly waiting for dinner. Monsieur Lcmadio was reading the newspaper, on which from time to time he commented in a sena torial voice, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

.,Kcjr- TSamnts jiwiwy r-i-ajjfo. WHiiii JM "IW rt'WlWUM'- J IJWJ 'SS, && . - 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MA.Y 10, 1S91. o i 1 FORTM L ! 1 i .aaWgililLilTOffWttoiBMiilMlwwilJW MEWi "' STiS5iSe ri in 1 1 "W "VvORD S3 OUT -P 1 M K I ( I: !f i i ii i ( j r. i i fi . H, Jit9 MS At 3 l i U i i eautiful m m SUBURB TO WASHINGTON ) OVEKLOOKING WASHINGTON CITY AND THE Electric Roads. Right on Washington's Most Fashionable Drive. Broad, Graded Streets and Avenues. One-half Mile from the City. Nearest Suburb to Washington. Highest Elevation. Magnificent Views. Pure Water. Refined Neighborhood. Full Size Lots, 50x150. Beautiful Villa Sites. GRAND OLD POTOMAC. Cheapest Lots Within Seven Miles of tlie Capital, A Good Speculation. ' A Rare Investment. Chance to Buy a Home Site. Must Be Seen to Be Appreciated. This new and beautiful subdivision adjoins the ARLINGTON ESTATE, comprising 1,100 acres, embracing ARLINGTON PARK, EORT MEYER, the headquarters of the Cavalry, which are stationed a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

iT(llV WIWHl A 'l Jl$tfr W&klig ffl,&ti&n&l tttlliittjzx! !&'; . fi ' Ml L. , SXJKDJVY, M A.Y 10, 1891. PAGES 17 TO 24 i Li .. t Stanton I 1 WANT ANEXCHANGE Ileal Estate Men Warmly Indorse "The Herald's" Idea. IT IS ACTUAL NEED. How It Would Benefit Owners, Deal ers, and Purchasers. TALKS WITH THE BROKERS. "VVlio'WillTalcc Hold of the. Project . ami Organize the Exchange? The article which appeared iu last Sunday's Herald rolative to the need of a real estate exchange attracted general attention among the real estate dealers of the city. Thp sub ject Avas discussed jvith interest among the brokers, and the prevailing .icenng seemeu 10 be that the idea was an excellent one, and that the time had unquestionably arrived vhen a movement to establish an exchange should bo begun. In order to show clearly the sentiments entertained by the dealers, The 'Herald has interviewed a number of the leading Arms, deafly every man spoken to was in favor of the project, and only a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

IKiffiiLJilX' FmHfllWfiW Tmmw: "ia--1-1 -- "- KWS . iT35 'VT gfq lwas's.n HSItSHIIIBJWW V"SH WS'WW 'wl 1$' BM ' tm I ? I; k i' SB' K& fj m BT ff?.'. ft Kfa. Bj. l'j to- ',f Bi ir is WANT AN EXCHANGE. Continued from Seventeenth 1'aco. not interested In It actively to a very great extent. IT OUGHT TO 11H A SUCCESS. Mr. Edward T. Klser, wnhosc office Is in the Atlantic building, said: "The scheme is n good one," "and if wo can get a majority of the real estate dealers in town to go into it there is no doubt but what it will be a success. The only trouble, I fear, will be with the auctioneers, for it is doubtful if they will com bine with the real cstato dealers in 6uch an enterprise. However, the scheme is young yet, and the future may develop the enter prise tothe satisfaction of nil." HII.L A JOHNSON FAVOK THE EXCHANGE. Mr. Hill, of the Arm of Hill & Johnson, 6aid: "Wo arc in favor of a real estate ex change if it is formed and conducted on a proper basis, suck as the exchang...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

ESI WWPR v -,,'' , a 4 "Wt u j THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 10. 1891 19. lli-rt". V P . 3Rtwl $ vttljerss 33Xxtrofcrmjt (&ii& SPj&til&rg., Jfilxxttxteinigt (Ems Slitting V ! INGLESIDE PAEK MT. PLEASANT. LOTS F'OIfc SLE BY C. B. BHOOKES & CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 1711 Fourteenth Street N. W. This beautiful subdivision, lying between "Mount Pleasant village and thu Rock Creek National Park, Is now on the market, and plats and prices can bo obtained at our oft 'o. "Tho lota averacio 50x180 feet In slzo, and tuo Btrects, which arc to bo improved by tho ownerB, arc from CO to 00 feet wide. This Is unquestionably the most attractlvo pleco of .property ever placed on eaio in ino uisinct, and ofTcra superior attractions to those seek ing homes In a ploafiant, convoniont, and healthful locality; In a well-settled, refined neighborhood, where schools, churches, and adequate transportation facilities already exist. Plats and further Information at our -offlce. C. B. BROO...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 May 1891

WtfimM 1 T THE SUNDAY Hi'ERABD, SUNDkY, MAY 10. 1891. V 21 " ' i" TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN .lAi BY THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street. TIIKEE-STOKY BRICK AND FRAMB HOUSES FOH SALE. NORTHWEST. 1013 10th et, b b, m 1, 10 rooms $15,000 2720 M st, b b, 14 rooms 10,000 1188 18th st, h, 0 rooms nnd four I10118C8 rear 10,000 1128 Cth st, b h, 0 rooms 8,000 1421 Boundary, f h, m 1, 8 rooms 7,100 8S I st, b h, m 1, 11 rooms 0,500 1110 T at, b b, 7 rooms 0,000 805 0th st, b b, m I, 8 rooms 4,750 1183 20th st, b h, 8 rooms 1,500 Alley hot 21 6t and 22d, M and N sts, bb, 0 rooms 1,500 TWO-STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. NORTHWEST. 2211to224310thst,bb,4and0roemB.. $25,000 1717 Pa avo, f b, 0 rooms 24,000 1 to 10 O'Brlen'B Court, b b, 4 rooms.. 20,000 2210 to 2234 Boundary st, b b, 4 rooms. ' all 10,000 2024 to 2042 Boundary st, bb, 4 roo jib, all 15,700 G01 to 011 N II ave, and 4 houses on F st 14,000 1733 to 1743 E st, 0 rooms 9,000 1232 1 st, f h, 5 rooms 8,000 3328 to 3334 P st, b h, 5 rooms...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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