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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 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 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

,arsr!grilQ'hWMmm 'ity-";i-iHiBiWFiat-swte , T-thi -r wSmm&smr 5S! - s ' '" lL'y 'vw"" ' -s3RJ W " . .i - ,wr - , ss ".p.1 r .-e -H-n, ..W-j. -Jp- 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1891. . .JIjMt. . VfcW SV l fl it U ' ! I . 11 V. A PUBLIC PLAYGROUND. HOW T1IK SITK OF BA1ICOCK LAKE "Willi. HE TJTII.IZ1SI). Ten Acres of Tino limn for Foot-ltnll and Other Gnmes A I-on-Fclt Wnnt of Washington Youth to Ho Supplied Improving the Pnrk. "Though uot definitely settled Maj. Ernst has nbont reached n conclusion as to the lo cal J on of the public playground." Tho speaker was Mr. George II. Brown, the pub lic gardener, who for the past twenty years has had tho immediate care of the beautiful parks and reservations of the city. Ho Is thoroughly skilled In tho culture of trees, shrubs, and flowers, and a landscape gardener of great ex cellence. His handiwork is tho daily admira tion of thousands, and to him falls a largo share of tho credit for the handsome parks of this city. "The last a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

2 E null,, .. . .. T. ' ft, WJ f;. f T J - . V . f r - rXT-" 4 ... I 4 - . . J k I ' i. ' i . .... '' . 1 .- - -I ' ' . "t'.'VT I " ' ' ' ' ., ftiy-'' .- - ' ' '' : . THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1S91. 21 -flrrff'i-p;-r,t,'T-"Y,i', ; V'Wi'T' - '"" -' TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F Btrcet. TW0-8T0RY BUICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. NORTHWEST. 1717 Pa ave, f h, G rooms $24,000 2210 to 2231 Boundary Bt, b h, i rooms, all 10,900 2024 to 2042 Bouudary at, bb, 4 rooois, all 15,700 001 to 011 N H nvo, nnd 4 bouses on F at 14,000 1733 to 1748 E st, 0 rooms 9,000 1232 1 st, f It, 5 rooms . 8,000 8328 to 3331 1? st, b b, 5 rooms 7,000 1020 O st, b It, 8 rooms 7,000 1 to 0, alley bet M nnd N, 12tb nnd 18tb ste 0,000 1139 to UGli 23d st, f h, 4 rooms 0,000 433 to 411 Tracer's alley, b b, 4 rooms. 0,000 1123 20th st, b b, 0 rooms, nnd 2 bouses fit rear, 4 rooms, each 0,000 20105 st, f b, 7 rooms 5,000 1247 nnd 1249 Madison st, f b, 4 rooms, and two brick houses In rear 4,80...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

W-i! . -vr-w-t"''Hwiar"'; '",J"JH' i" '"inoKi" J1 i,".ii,iMMm';.'ijnintmsfc----'-- wm-t KvlMk MS www'itww.KWW.tt Xmwi)j)ffltniinHHilliMi'liJI'i' HWllliimiillMiKiiBtWI mstmmamtmmamM ,-if 41 - BW""'V!!. . t . v VCVt &W a .t,ifct.r -,. .. -. .. ,w-.4!jWSS5-.i 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1891. . W'W' u m m u m RBAIj estate notes. Mary Ingersoll has sold to Mary C. Harden for $4,781.25 lot 23, block 7, "Willow's Mite. G. W. Castlcar has sold to D. S. Pickrcll for $4,530, property frontlne 271 feet on Congress street, Georgetown. Patrick and Michael Dugan have purchased for $9,000 of Nelly Dugan, lots 1, 2, 3, and 9 of the Harlem subdivision. M. Nass has bought, of E. T. Benton fc Son for $5,500 No. Ill Tenth 6trcct northwest, improved by two-story brick residences. T. T. Kcane has bought of TV. W. Hill for $10,000, subs. 44 and 45, squaro GS3, fronting 83 feet on First, between C and D streets north. J. F. Dyer has bought of J. II. Howarth for $7,300, sub. 82, reservation 1...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

J r - iV"Jr- 4k-M ?,- & k'MsA?fc, "e h--'v Aft - W"j . . r. r I V H i 4 . i ! 4i 4 tr V m r . ... ( ....' (, V' -r '... . THE. SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1891. 23 Tp COLLEGE PAI Destined to Be One of the Most Beautiful Suburbs of Washington. Only thirteen minutes' rldo ibV'" express train from B. & 0. Depot, anil only eight miles distant. Commutation tickets, six cents a trip. Has tho advantages of a WELL-EQUIPPED COLLEGE AND MILITARY ACADEMY, Largely endowed by the United States Gov c'rnmcnt and also by tho State of Maryland. All students in West Point uniform. School, May-School, and Church. Good store, public ball, post ofllce, tclc igrapb station, and express ofllce. Good avenues, shade trees, and largo park. Will sell on monthly installment plan, or allow liberal discount for cash. Largo rebate to builders. Lots 50x200 feet. Only $300 and $400. Will exchango a few lots for city property In good location. JOHN O. JOHNSONJ MANAGER, Residence, College Park; Ofllce, 12t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 May 1891

( MWlWi'WIW "11 ii tHVM 24 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY-17, 1891. V I I'! ii REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS. riUDAT, MAT 8. John T. Armcs ct ux. to Cecilia M. Cough lhi, lot 20, square 154, Hlllycr's sub., $5,100. Bernard Bailey ct ux. to Gottlieb It. Foss, lot 35, square 592, Kelly's sub., $3,500. Daniel Birtvrcll et ux. to Clarence R. Jctt, north 1,373 feet of original lot 20, square 5, being No. 950 Twenty-sixth street northwest, Thomas M. Fields to FraukT. Chamberlin, nn undivided one-eighth interest in lots 27 and SS, square 023, Shepherd's sub., $755. Rose B. Gray ct vlr John B. to Henry A Curtis, lot 8, block 12, Takorua, $718.20. Wharton J. Green ct ux. to John R. Mc Pherson, part containing 5 acres, more or less, Friendship, $001. Emory E. Hoge ct ux. to George T. Klip stein, lots 40, 47, 48, square 855; also original lots 8, 4, 5, and 0, square 1182, $ . James F. Hood ct ux. and William Mayso et ux to Joseph A. Rcpotti, lots 5 to 9, inclu sive, square cast of square 1015, $ . Es...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

l -r - V " , - Bf T?P,1!Jt fU ,t t' l' M n& 3UKklg SlatixKnt ttiUgttft VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MA.Y 24, 1891. 24 PAGES. NO.IO J IF YOB DESIRE SOLID COMFORT '- Securo a suburban homo within easy reach of live ALL THE YEAR. arrett Park Combines the greatest advantages and the greatest attractions for suburban investment. This superb villane park'has been more highly improved than any subdivision on tho Motro . politan Rranck Railroad. Evenly-graded fino Streets a eoaoamize bordered with STONE-PAVED GUTTERS and provided with AMPLE DRAINAGE and sowor age facilities, front tho pretty building sites. High, healthy, beautiful ROLLING GROUND, well watered with GIOU Of sparkling pure cold.water. No malaila. No mosquitoes. Its altitude secures delightful cool breezes to relievo the some times oppressive summer of this latitude. Many Beautiful Mansions, Occupied by their owners, add their attractions The growth of this Hlghly-IniprovedjPark has have been erected there the past year ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

'jZaJL.1" '" .- WWWWH WWW - 9 MK SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1891. !', !' i. IH If X THE LOCAL STOCK MARKET. UK TRANSACTIONS ON TUB BOA11D CONTINUK SMALT.. Street llnllronil Stocks Depressed and Lower-Grnphophono Stock Stronger nnd In Good Domnnd Renewed Ac tivity Predicted In Gns Stock. Tho aggrcgato of transactions on tho local stock board Inst week was but of moderate proportions. Columbia Bank etock changed bands to tho extent of 20 shares, 10 of which brought 15-1 J and 10 154, with no stock offer ing below 158, and 150 the best bid. There are rumors of an increase in tho dividend on this stock, but they are not sufficiently defi nite to warrant tho assurance that tho result will justify the anticipation. For 0 shares of Traders' Bank Btock 116 was paid. Consider ing tho fact that 120 has been paid in on this security, and that the bank is well managed and making some money and likely to do much better in tho now location shortly to be occupied, where tho successful banking ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

mmsmsiizsz s . THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 1MA.Y 24, 1891. MORE SUMMER OPERA. THISSKASON AT TIIE NATION All 1K GINS TO-MOltnOViNIGUT. 1 ,' Tho Wltlto Hussar" tho Opening BUI Tho Carlo! on Company "Will Do "The Gondoliers" Uortlor Driwim at Har ris's Concerts. t 4 Bummer opera has become n permanent institution in Washington. Sovcral summers ago Mr. S. W. Fort commenced giving con cert s in Baltimore Tho undertaking met with such great success that ho was induced to try light opera. It at once caught tho popular fancy. Each season since there has been an improvement in the organizations, until now summer opera is given with the isatne degree of cxcellenco that the prominent opera companies give opera in winter. A company containing a number of local XavoritcB and some faces that are now hero has been organized for a Bcason of opera, commencing at tho National Theatre to morrow night. The opera selected for tho openintr is "The White Hussar," said to bo a tuneful and pretty work. The c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

E3WI mi THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1891. in oi oi i jj B? th bl st 6a 1( bl w it a', to 08 bl ro .Tl cc w. ! Rl bf ID tti W ( bt of . 13 at tij tu mi be pc iti" Tl of in. mi If wi I tii in) loj on EtC 95; t rb tio sol r r an vH18 an' T Sh j Hi Ha th Ne by) Tli ser to wh T , to EtO pn Ire foi hei alt ' toj 0. shi the 55( sin jut CO) po; rac abi pei wa ma abi loi bai Etc Tb ml to lat clc Tli an Th S erf sai on go ex wl Tb Jul tei V crj ne mi Qi Jffi 'Wec(H (Uaftonaf 3nfcfftgencer. The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED W. Entered at tho Post OnVco at Washington, D. C, ns Second-clas Matter. J. H. SOUIiK, A.T.HKNSKY, .Proprietors. Editorial and Publication OMcos South went Cor. 11th and K Sts. N. IV. Tbo "Washington ba6c-ball team know a few devices by which games may bo won, but thoir knowledge of ways by whicb they may bo lost is simply encyclopedic. Tho fact that ono of tho delegates to tho Cincinnati convention boro tho name of Soda expla...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

yk ., AJAfaiifcii Mir "MitottTiittirtiiMMBBHtaBKB 5jS &' V ' t.-'- t ffcivVT,; THE SUNDAY HKRALJD. SUNDAY, MAY 24. 1S91. L wnwWi ii" HEADING THE RIOT ACT. n THMHOJtRTKAM GIVJ3N A TAL1CIS6 TO UKFORK LlfiAVlKG TOWN f'i OIT SovorMlof tho TlayerH Likely to, Be JRtii plncoil Iloforotho Tonm Keturns-i-tAWfA atonr Ilnuo Ball Genornl $porilbf; News of the Week . '-- t Tho manager of the National ' Club and Directors Bennett and Scaulon on Friday had an Interview with tho members of tlio team and in a straightforward manner laid tho law down to tho men. They wore given to under stand that tho directors were not satisfied at all with their playing and that Unless thoy did hotter sovcral of them would bo relegated to tho players' bench without pay. Manager Snyder waB very emphatic and told Bccchcr that unless bo braced up and played bis game bo would bo tho one to first fcol the disci pline. Burns was Informed that Kansas City would not get him at present. This startled Burns, for ho did n...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 1VIA.Y 24, LS91 (H . ... t ft i I J ' W ?. 11 it it : fM8fs TEACHERS AND PUPILS. INTERESTING NEWS A5J1 QOSSU 'mojiTHErnBLic schools. A Veteran Toucher's Reminiscences of Mnny Yonrs Ago Tho I'lowcr Can tata The Comlnc Examinations l'or sonnl Notes. "There is a great difference In tlio public schools of to-day and those in existence when I took up the work in 1S03," said Miss Julia Brown, of the Lenox Building, "lntnono of the oldest teachers in the District, having been at it twenty-seven years. I do not feel old, for constant association with young peo ple, I suppose, has a tendency to make one feel young. In nothing is the change in the schools moro pronounced than in the school buildings. Before tho war the public school idea wao not well developed in this District, and almost any placo was regarded as good enough for a school-house. TLc first school I had was located in tho old "Washington market-house, on the corner of Fifth and. I streets. A more unsu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

i THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 24. 1S9I. T1IK ARMY AND THE NAVY. AJIIHV VOTES. Tveave for four moiitlis lias hccn granted First Lieut. George I. Alicrn, Fourth Infantry. Drink Balluutlno't) Deer. Tiro leave granted Chaplain Francis It. Weaver, Tcilth Cavalry, has been extended three naonths. Telephono 874-2 for "Faust Beer." C&pt. F. B. Irwlac. Twenty-second Infantry; has been retired 'with the rank of major on the unlimited list. Drink Iiallautlno'8 Beer.; Copt. J. B. Cromwell has been detached tom tkcoommnml of Uie OmaliA and granted leave of absence for one month. f "Faust Beer'' takes the lead. The .leave on surgeon's certificate of disa bility granted Lieut. Ambroso I. Morlarty, Ninth Infantry, has been extended two'nionths. Drink Ballantlno's Beer. Atfhls own roqucst, Second Lieut. "William A. Philll.ps, Twenty-second Infantry, has been transferred from Company B o Company G of that .regiment. "FaUst Beer" Is guaranteed to be straight lager and six mouths old. Passed Ass...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

ff)vf?,'yiPM3I Si It- il'l rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JS&ASY 24, 1891. iia . i m f Ill S flwiff wiivjwwij "W TOT HP I I 1 Hr jL JL fl. ADVANTAGES H .E. JBft H H fH Mr jH Hl ERHNH H B h jH 1 hI 1 IH i H ! Jttl H mm llli fit St I ' I OVER EVERY THER SUBDIVISION ARE APPARENT iron CJLJLLi 07 P St. N. W, Will give further information, and will convey intending purchasers to and from tjie Park. Do not let this op portunity to make a profitable investment, or to obtain a home at a nominal price, pass by unimproved. I'HB NATIONAL REGATTA. THE NEW ASSESSORS. Increasing Signs That It "Will Bo Greatest Ever Held. There is a growing feeling among the boat ing men of the three clubs that the National regatta next August will be the greatest of its kind ever held in America. In support of this belief they point to the fact that Secretary Gibson has already received more letters ask ipg for information than ever before since he filled the office. From every section of the country clubs are "wr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

"-uw?mmmmmm 7Ss3$$S? 1Hnngnc '.. : rWWTif TW -t- '.1 V?"" ' JUtfc Weekly tfiimtal IttifcUig:? ESTABLISHED 1800. MAY24.1891. PAGES O TO 1 THE WOMAN WE WANT. THE PROSPECTS ARE GOOD. jtanteii Pf IMM ' 1 in i i i i iiii n i i in i .' r ( y i WASHINGTON KEAUX TEIX AM. ABOUT THEIR IDKAt WIVES. Tho Hohomlnn Newnpapor Man Cannot Afford a Wife-How lie Would lovo a Woman Who Gould Do HI Type Writing Tho Ideal Naval Officer's Wlfo Pays Her Own MesH Bill How Tho Wlfo of nlitoutonant In tho Army Kept Her Family on Sixty Dollars a Month A llrlclcRroom-Elcct GIvcr a ron IMcturo of His Bride. As long ago as tho days of our fust father, Adam, tho need of a helpmeot was fully realized. Such being tho state of the' case, and men forever seeking those "better halves without which their lives are incomplete; dull, and savorless, the following repre sentative views of some of the leading pro fessions among Washington beaux in reference to the question will prove- of widespread in terest aud doubtless be ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

rae-BB9iBH -ji a-e- ;i -j J '"j; ' i "rrTV1 jf" W-flW P 10 THE SNEAY HERALD, SUNDAY,- MAY 2,1891. !-., ''-& cs?.EiES,,-&t !fitf- H- v A SUPERIOR 3F"ixst Setle J-Lxxxe X. SlOOEknii. AAT-A-SHIXTCTOIsr -AIDIDITIOlsr TO THE GREAT L-A-ZKIE PORT ., "wiooixriTr, FIK8T SAIE X-.13Mli;3BI TO 1HO LOTS. Youi" Only Chance to Secure a Safe and Profitable Investment iia the Greatest Shipping' and Trade Centre of the Morthwest 'JEtJELAJDl 1:63 j&JD! R.EAD! SUPERIOR is located at the HEAD WATERS of the GREAT LAKES. SUPERIOR is the GREATEST SHIPPING PORT ON LAKE SUPERIOR. SUPERIOR has the LARGEST DOCKS IN THE WORLD, 3,000,000 tons capacity. SUPERIOR has the GREATEST ELEVATORS in America, 23,000,000 bushels capacity. SUPERIOR has TWELVE RAILROADS, with 16,000 miles of trackage. SUPERIOR received and shipped 2,250,000 TONS of COAL in 1890. SUPERiOR received and shipped 20000000 BUSHELS of GRAIN in 1890. SUPERIOR LUMBER MILLS have annual capacity of 200,000,000 feet. SUPERIOR has the LARGEST...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

VSfJfc'R C ' r "k w ,ifwj yUBraiaSiJtf&CL. (l'pf1tylPi!nBrrf nr,,W w; 'pr"7;;v ? rr THE SUNDAY JHCERAJbO, STJN DAY. MAY 24, 1891, 11 TENNIS SHOES! GYMNASIUM SHOES fok ladies, gentlemen, and children. Garden Hose Reels j ETC. HOKSE COVERS, WAGON APRONS, AND CARRIAGE 1HULL, OF BEST QUALITIES, AND AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. ALL OTHER VARIETIES OF RUBBEE GOODS FRESH FROM THE FACTORY. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. HOLMES & CO. 5 1 NINTH KBET ce Cream Parlor Wc urc now serving CE CP.EAiVi AND ICES of every description, and our SODA WATER and ICE CREAM SODA cannot bo excelled. Give us a trial. Our assortment of Candles were never liner. We make a specialty of furnishing weddings, sociables, and fairs. esnahan&Brick CONFECTIONERS, 410 Seventh St. N.W. EDWAEB F. DROOP, 925 Fcima. Ave.. Calls Attention to His Largo Stock of CHASE &GABLER, WHEELOCK, BKIGGS, BEIINING, AND OTHER pianos STORY & CLARK 1 VRftAIVrK CLOUGH & WARREN V-H-WAI . Sold on Installments, Exchanged, Rented, Repair...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

JfN fflfe w, ( X A r, 1 AMBHHMNIi t iIaT " V:v,h&A ,4 -- :s.. .. ,.iaiM&ig EfflJSS$KasifcSMMS .-wirwK ra ft Osama iii?liiK jshswm KasZacJSacs: ,..-Ma,iiii te It, l'"H" There seems to bo a kind of falling weather fatality about tbo children's concert at the White House Grounds, as yesterday was an other rainy day. This spell of dampacss was not even sighted from afar by the keen-oyed observer at the Weather Bureau. Ho only saw "cooler and clear" weather in his horo scope. Mrs. Harrison had only issued a few invitations to some of the diplomats and their wives still in tho city to bo present on the south portico during the children's concert, which was set for 4 o'clock P. M. yesterday. Bnron do Strnve, of Kussla: M. Itoustan, the French Minister; Mi.vroveni Bey, Minister from Turkey, and Mr. A. do Clapa rede, of Switzerland, with ladles of the Legations, were invited to bo present, also Mr. and Mrs. Carnan, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mason, Mrs. Ashton, Dr. and Mrs. Loring, and a few...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

Mi THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY24, 1891. 13 M i GOSSIP OP THE GIRLS. Alice Confides to Dear Louiso the Goings On in Washington. My weak Louise: Tbo spring season is wearing away, and in a week or so the great hegira to the summer resorts or Europe will bo In full tide. The only society event of any magnitude during the week was tho Country Club tea. Next Wednesday will sec tho last mectlns of this kind for tho season. There liavo been many excursions to Mount Vernon during tho annual meeting of tho Rogents, which always occurs ut this time of tho year. 'The members of tbo Presidential house hold are in tho enjoyment of tho rest from social duties which the papers arc constantly assuring us they so greatly need poor vic tims ! And yet compare their mode of travel now with what they had to enduro four years ago, and what thoy will have to put up with In a couple of years henco. When a trip is in contemplation by the Whito House family how delightfully Bimplo it is for them. No fuss o...

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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