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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

"WSI "p"- T-fr-'.-'"'--''""-1 rf -i tps ' 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1801. FOR NEGLIGE SHIRTS OUR JURY SYSTEM. CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE OIF1 ZEPZZLnTE SHOES .A.T 900 SEVENTH STREET. CORNER OF r A IiAWYKB WHO DKCI.ARES IT TO 113 A HOAItlMa FARCE. GO TO c !2f 11 r V li rt;l 5 I EL TEi H.1 - hi -dL-3r SEVENTH ST. 1ST- "W.., Oh e Hundred Dozeti Fine SATIN DE CHINE SHIRTS, 2rctty as silk, cut full size and length, latest style collars attached, ONLY $1 EACH. CHEVIOT and MADRAS SHIRTS, ONLY $1.25 EACH. Finest CHEVIOT and ZEPHYR SHIRTS, laundered,) latest style collars and deep cuffs attached, ONLY $2 AND $2.50 EACH. OLIVER P. BURDETTE, SOLE AGENT FOR Keep's Shirts and Men's Furnishings. McELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 PENNA. AVENUE. ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES. PICTURE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory, and in all kinds of Hard Wood. REGILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS CLEANED, RESTORED, AND VARNI8HED. PICTURES HUN...

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

$w .7- 5V, . TME SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 24, 1S91. 16 M it II 51 i f hi NEWS OF THE "LODGES. WHAT IS GOING ON AMONG TJIH SKGKET TKATKUNITIKS. Oltiny amttors of Interest In Masonic Clr cIoh A Notable OccnHlnn Notes ftom llcchnbllo XjoiIrcs The Golden Cross. Tho following Masouln bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Unbordinutc Lodges, Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Mondny, 2oth; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 2Glh; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs day, 33th. A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1C07 G street Bluc ltoom: Arminlus No. 25, Monday, 25th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 20th. Cathedral : Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 28th. Masonic Hal), Georgetown George C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 2Sth. Masonic Hall, Brightwood StanBhury No. 24, Monday, 25th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 25th; Wash ington No. 2, Thursday, 28th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8, Tuisday, 20 th. Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple De Moley No. 4, Tuesday, 20th; Washington No. 1...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

fw&$.1? J?W1p'l1W v""" t95Tg?Rr?r.TW" - 555Jw? 16 '''"- y ' 'K $' - -,1 - k -- - I I tv !- , - ' , '",-. i-i i-'j't ' i ?'? ' K-l 5, ' I I !M. , '- Im ' -'--.' V !- -V - '- - f' t,J rK .i for. t .. i il -C:" , ' 'l.i','";, . 1 ' .' .' ,1 . w iV-, li I i-"- 1. 'V r '-' i'1 I li. m u .1 THE-SUKDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 4. 1891. 'i-. ' ..: - s" ::-3s,- ' ' ' . ,ft.v,- . ' . . -f - . -...;. -. , ,- . . . . t . " ''V , .,vS- ' ' ' . ;;r.W' ',t'v", -t :;-';-7- ' V- J 120 LOTS IN TWO WEEKS IN WASHINGTON'S MOST BEAUTIFUL SUBURB. P O, El'W" XDJL"3TS 03T3L."3r CONTINUE TO OFFER LOTS AND VIIrA SITES AT FROM 4c. TO ioc. PER SQUARE FOOT. IF YOU ARE WISE you will take advantageof iliese prices, whicli are LESS THAN ONE-HALF--what the adjoining property is selling for. . ' STOP RIGHT HERE, and ask yourself whether YOU CAN AFFORD to let such a CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY slip through your hands. THIS IS THE GROUND FLOOR. AVAIL YOURSELF OF THE OPPORTUNITY. BUY NOW. AND SELL again at a handsome.; profit. ...

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

? f ' A ,l Unfr 3ilkt:yr Slfttiaual IntlUgn ,ji . SUNDAY, 1VIAY 2-4, 1S91. PAGES 17 TO 24 phf 11 m n A SUCCESS IN BANKING. how Tnii Finai of woods co. HAS PROSPKEED. Its Now Homo In tho Midst of tho liusi iiObH Activity of F Street Somo of tho. Inducements Wliioh tho Firm Offers to PutrotiH and Investors. Tho Arm of Woods & Co., organized for general bankiug business last July, opened their establishment on tho first floor of 1100 F street. Tho active members of the firm are Mr. Thomas E. Woods and his soi H. T. Woods, both of whom are well trained In 'banking affairs. Tho project was the con ception of tho latter, and It was principally through his efforts that it finally took shape. With a strong financial backing the company 'began operatlpns, and its immediate success proved the foresight of the venture. A large number of accounts were at once opened with them and their business became pros perous. Tho location of the firm was so convenient to many large mercantile houses in...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

r?-v-pvpf " SS.J" VUMMMw-wttMHlfeil V ) i 18 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 2-4, 1891. yrrif? V II ! .'! ' V BEYOND THE CITY LIMITS. GROWTH AND IMPROVEMENT OV SUBURBAN SUBDIVISIONS. Great Activity in BrlRhtwood Turk Washington Investment in Alex andria A Boom in PnRnmlcna Other Growing Settlement. Great Improvements arc being miulc In Brightwood Park, the subdivision of Messrs. Herron & Ratnoy. Tbo place io grooving rapidly, and a number of houses arc being built. This subdivision contains ninety-two acres, which arc entirely laid oft in streets and lots. During the past week thirty einglo lots wore sold by Ilerron vfc Ramey. The property is located on Brightwood avenue, and extends three-quarters of a mile south from the Emery estate, on the cast side of the road. Ten thousand dollars are being ex pended on Brightwood avenue, making It more attractive and better for driving pur poses. Four thousand dollars more aro being UEed to improvo Illinois avenue, vrhlch runs directly thr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

f mmgmm1-. 'mFWHJt " 'SSK'v. jrV-"VHWHWWH W PfW' "- iKL."-X.1lif J "' j: ir T" " " T i-ii ?JtS3 pGy$mm'Hv V h T'F ttW'r yv F ,J9f i V TW.4FWP"1 ' 1 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. MAY 24. 1891. 19 ft 0 N , BUIIiDJNG PERMITS. Permits to bulla were Issued ,to the fol lowing for thorwook ending Friday, May 22: Two brick dwellings for Cella M. Coughlln on lot 2, squaro 154, Nos. 1781 nnd 17S3 K street northwest, to cost $18,000. One brick and stone dwelling for J. R. Llttell on lot 52, squaro 178, No. 1020 S street, northwest, to cost $4,500. Two brick dwellings for M. F. Colin on lot 1, square 820, Nos. 545 and 547 Ninth street southeast, to cost $3,800. One brick carringo factory for S. J. Mceks on lot 17, squnro 45.1, No. 022 G streot north west, to cost $10,000. Threo brick dwellings for William Yost & 13ro., on lot 2, squaro 90-1, Nos. 1012, 1014, and 1010 B Btrect northeast, to cost $0,300. One brick dwelling lor James Connor on lot 5, square 783j Nol 182 D ettcct southeast, io cos...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

A- SO THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1S91. ' ' WiMfmfAw!! I I ii i 1 r I f to k e V A i 4 N p. MANY FINE EDIFICES. T1.ANS FOB NOTABLE UUIIiVIXG IM ritOVESIENTS IN THE CITY. The Jlandsomo Tint to bo Erected ntNow ttiunpsliiro Jfind Oregon ATcnues Now Housed nnd New Ulocka In Con templation and Under Erection. The fine apartment-house to be erected nt the corner of New Hampshire nnd Oregon avc mies by Dr. J. M. Gregory nnd a party of friends will be unique in its way. Dr. Gregory and the friend's who are associated with him in the enterprise have passed much time abroad and have lived in Hats in Paris, Berlin, Lon don, Switzerland, and Kome. They have picked up many ideas on tho best methods of flat construction and have become impressed with the conviction that a properly planned house of this kind can be made to furnish a maximum of the comforts and pleasures of home life, with a minimum of the cares of housekeeping and expense. Some of the gen tlemen interested possess houses of...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

. T-yvrf flipT"w v wrsmvifmmw v t ' ' ; ' ' ;"' c w rf'vkaT"i icr , -if m, - ' TV 1 fr- THE SUNDAY HERALD, STJNIDA.Y. MA.Y 2-4. 1891. 21 IV - 1 1 II STILL ON THE MOVE. Til K HEAL. KSTATE KXCIUSGEmO JKOT GAINING VIUKNI1S. A Paper l'lodplnu Support to the Uiulor tnklug to Ito Ciroulnfcil This Week Points About tho New York Re ill Estate Exchange. 'Tho cll'ojts to organize a real estate ex change arc still going forward. Tho under taking is a big one, and as this is about the busiest season of the year with most of tho dealers they have not had as much time to de vote to tho matter as they could have wished. Still those who have taken a special interest in the enterprise have mot with substantial en couragement from all the gentlemen whoso co operation they have sought to enlist, and they feel no longer any doubt that tho prospect will be speedily realized. This week a committee of gentlemen will wait on tho real estate brokers of tho city generally with a paper pledging support to tho...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

"5W"' )ii.v ' ,. p 22 TI-SR SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 24. 189i. j? -- .. . . -B " T;.. .' KY. REAIj estate notes. Thomas Q. Hcusoy ct al. haTc purchased in trust, of M. D. Hcnscy for $11,500, lots 7 and 8, block 12, Lo Droit Park. M. J. Colbert has sold to J. W. Morris for $7,(30 sub. 91, square 4S2, 18xS5 feet on Fifth, between L and M streets northwest. Patrick Murphy has sold to Mary E. Peako for $4,000 part lot 1, square 336, 25x55 feet on Tenth and Q streets northwest. S. 13. Priest has bought of E. W. Clarke for 11,000, parts 10 and 11, square 154, 50x80 feet bri S and Eleventh streets northwest. Wright & Stockctt have purchased of C. 8, IMontasnie for $7,305.60, lot 1, square 864. 100x100 feet on Seventh east. and C streets north- Mr. "William II. Barnes, as trustee, has sold io Mr. Kiani the unimproved property at the corner of Second and E streets northeast for $3,91S. John H. Obcrly has sold to Jerome B. Burke for 0,500, sub. 150, square 779, 18x90 feet on E, between ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 May 1891

onaassi M THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 24,1891. S3 i i I! WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS. HOW THE NATIONAL TH KATRK IS TO II IS II.I.1TMINATK1) HKKKAFTER. A Contract Mmlu for Plncinc a Complete System of Elcctrla Eiightlnf in the Ituildine Ingenious Device for Con trolling: the IiRmniw Manngcr Rapley lias just completed ar- rangements to still further add to the attrac tiveness and comfort of the National Theatre by Introducing & complete system of Incandes cent electric lights. Mr. Rapley has, had this improvement in contemplation for some time, and recently called in consultation Mr. Frank Ellnc, tho electrical expert of Baltimore, as to the best means of affecting the desired change In tho method of illuminating the theatre. It was found that the electric lights could be put in without in anyway injuring tho building and Mr. Elino was given carte blanche to de vise tho quickest and most approved method of furnishing the theatre with as complete a system of electric lighting as could ...

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

HS-"' mHII 24 WE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY24, 1891. U: fc REAIj estate transfers. 1T.1DAY, MAT 15. Cyrus A. Baker ct ux. to Theodore Dicil rieli, part containing 1GJ acres, more or less, Kosciusko, subject to trust of $3,000, $5,500. Warren W. Bitrs et ux. to Philip 3. Welch, lot 12, block 15,"Urooklaml, $ . Andrew J. Boycr ot ux. to Emma T. Dnvls, lot 0, block 4, Trinidad, $4,000. Oscar M. Bryant et ux. to Mary D. Adams, south part lot IS, square 5S7, 15 feet 2J luches on Second street, $730. Abbic M. Chambcrlin ami .Tosephino M. Stoddard to Emma B. Fitz Gerald, lot 5, block 34, Columbia Heights, $3,4S0. Charlotte Conner to Bridget A. Grady, lot 300, Uniontown,""$500. James 12. Fitch and Benjamin P. Davis to W. Klley Dccble, lots 33, 34, aud 25, block 7, BelRir llciehts, $3,513.82. John A.Frank et al. (trustees of East Cap itol Street Baptist Church) to Sarah McO. SpofTord (trustee) original lot 2, squaro 940, Miranda Froser to Harriet S. Ward, lot 17, square 1)1, Co feet on Conne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

I il Jlttfr Mklr H&tijcraml ntltijSKnKv. vol; XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUTK1DJVY, 1VTA.Y 31. 1891. 24 PAGES. NO. 11 i It TO THE HER010 DEAD. 'TKI11UTES Or FLOWKRS AND LOT. IXO Won OS AND SONG. tMomorlnl Day Observed at All the Coino torlcB Kloquont Orations nnil tho Graves Strewn With flowers by Thousandn of Loving Hands. It was an ideal Decoration Day. Tho sky 'was clouded in the morning and tho threat o rain was in tho air. Tho dampness left by ittue recent storm still lingered, but as tho day wore toward noon light winds dissipated the moisture and the sun broke through the clouds, iflnally scattering them to their lairs beneath tho horizon. With the appearance of the sun the city seemed to awake to tho conscious ness that it was a holiday. Tho quiet streets became alive with tho bustle of humanity, and tho throngs that fllled the sidewalks were all in holi day attire. They lingered about in leisurely fashion, waiting for tho processions of veterans ami militia marching to tho diffe...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

V ivr1 st THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1891. SPECIAL RED u CTIOKF SALiE 1 BY-. (f i U II F V w&$wr'i&2? V Wff1 "w I HI II JJIL Ji ik Jtl JLM U 4.1 AJ ." .J, f i ft feM B ir . 6ft , V K ' '!1 vt, 99c, PIGSKIN GLOVES, UNTIL SOLD. 50c. PURE SILK MITTS, UNTIL SOU). ' ! t - BH $1.25 BLACK LEGHORN HATS, FINE QUALITY, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. "? tW v r $1.50 BLACK FRENCH CHIP FLATS, SIXTY-TWO CENTS. We have just received a large line of above bargains, and guarantee same as advertised. Below you will ilnd a list or prices that Avill astonish you. You will ask yourself how is ic possible to buy such bargains. "We answer yon that we can always sell bargains because we sell for CASH ONJJY and BUY FOR CASH ONLY. OTTIR, S-A-E.0-A.HsT LIST: $15 Trimmed Hats, all 6tyles and colors at $7.50 $10 Trimmed Hats, all styles nndcolors,at $5.00 $5 Trimmed Hats, all styles and colors, at $2.00 20 Per Cent. Discount on All Flowers $2.50 Trimmed Hats, all styles and colors $1.25 $1.50 Untrimmed Leg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

Ltfcjl . . f H ;imVf: ' THE 53CJJMDA.Y HERALD. SIJIsT'IDAlV. MAY 31, -1891. 3 . t t-p -rHfit - ,1f IKF 'OTPWIHHHHHBBBBPBBWRwSPr'' ,v ; WWWW - -. s-jj, ; vr w to TWO THEATRES OPEN. ANJD lilGHT Ol'ERA HAS HE CALL AT BOTH OF THEM. ""Tho Lnmont Company Will Sing tlio "Uohoinian Girl" Thl Wookand tlio Cnrlolon Company "Fra Diavolo" and "Tlio Gondollors" Stngo Notes "uFra Diavolo" and "Tho Gondoliers" at Albaugli's. .Perhaps It is duo to some flaw in tho mental -construction of mankind, but tho fact stands that tho highwayman Is ono of tho most at tractive and picturesque figures in comic opera. And there never was a more plctur- csquoorgallant highwayman than Fra Diavolo, who is the hero of the opera which tho Carle ton Company will give at Albaugh's Grand Opera House this week. Both as to music and libretto it is ono of tho most popular pro- ductions over offered tho public. It has tho additional merit of real musical excellence. This opera alone might easily form an ade quate basis upo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

WTfC'WC1 f pw W,f ay w-" 1-, :i 'V T3 -'fl J '1?' 'v'" THESUNDAY HERALD, SXJMIDAY, MAY 31,1BJ91: - -& i mum li IINMHi -.V m it ?.: j? jib l IMli :tf . 1 nff " f ti ail I !M '. ti Mr i wt i f . Mi- lit K'i ', t m I Wecfttg (UafionftC 3nfcfRgcncer. The National Intelligencer ESTABUSHtD 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED HS. Entered nttho PostOJllcD nt Washington, D. C, as Scconrt-clnss Mutter. J . H. SOUI.12, 1 ..T.HENSKY, f Proprietors. A Editorial and Pulillcntlnn OlllecB South west Cor. 11th ami K Sts. N. W, Mr. Cleveland lias come back to the White House In oil. Whllo there before he was most of the time in hot water. That distinguished and dignified body, the Supreme Court of the United States, has broken its record during the past session by disposing of more cases than ever before in the same length of time. No doubt this was due to the recent appointment of some youngish "Western "hustlers" to the bench. A good idea of how a war between this country and Italy might turn o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

pipppppy vjy w - V i -.,-,. t-u ,pT' " f -m THESUNDAY HERALD,SUNDAY, MAY 31.1891. a. - xi A " is- ti. 'wJ" rvLXttitkLiM-S iM-iif IW-i Jit iMiiTrk. " "- jmAl-i. . b.!l"HPlHC2iML!i97Kiiil!KBliHHl It i !4 ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN. AND THK NATIONAL. TlJAnt ENJOYED ONE YESTERDAY. Thoy "Win a Gumn I'ront tho X.ouIhvI11gr In tho Afternoon Tho' I'otonmcs De feat tho AV. ! I. 0. Team Oonnrnl Sporting New. Loujsvim.k, ICy., Aliiy BO. The Nationals did not play the Loulsvllles tlie two scheduled games for to-day, as u rain storm in tho morn ing Intorfeied with one of them. They played the afternoon one, tuoimh, imil desplto tho fnct of loslug four straights at St. Louis tboy won a eooil g&nie here to day liy superior bat tlug. Carsoy pitched a splendid game, and was supported by Lohtnati iu great shape. Murphy, the new man engaged by the Na tionals, inudo his first, appearance, and created a fine impression by his hitting and base run ning. Tuo seoro was as follows: Louisville. Donovan, If. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

Hw- ' -wif ftvv, , -v-t. . - t . -V. .. -- - S 4 I .1 . ....,,,,,,.,,, ., '.. !,. ..., " , 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 1VIAY 31. 18 W. u . . ! I I I fcH if, yM If I rf r 1' m v'i I ,f3 Ml & ii U i" II I I . 'wr. 'fill' I ', ML'fc 0VK nsn ) lit 1 f ii k fi Si I M & 'ill! 1 i vM.1 ii a1 ) ' yt-i j fcf ENLARGING ITS PLANT. T1IU UtiKCTKlC LIGHT COMPANY NEEDS MOKE ROOM. To Erect Another Building Almost a Dujilirnto of It. Frcnont One Im proved anil Economical Machinery to Bo Put In. Contracts will bo let this week by tlio United States Electric Light Company for tho construction of an addition which necessity demands thnt thoy make to their plant, now located at tho corner of Thlrtcen-and-a-half and B streets northwest. Tho new building In structure and size will boneorly a counter part of tho one now occupied by tho company. Tho present building covers about 12,000 square feat of tho 30,000 owned by this corpo ration. Tho addition will bo located just north of and connecting wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

ft THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 31.1891.- THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTKS. Capt. William Crozler, Ordnance Depart ment, has been granted six months' sick leave. Second Lieut. A. S. Frost, Twenty-llfth Infantry, lins been grunted six months' leave Cnpt. C. 11. Wnrrens, Fourteenth Infantry, has been granted three months' 6luk leave. Leave for two months hns been granted Lieut. Col. George B. Sanders, Ninth Cavalry. A general court-martial met at West. Point Tuesday for tho trial of sacli prisoners as may be brought boforo it. , Leave for three months, on surgeoh's'cer tlflcate, has been granted Capt. Marlborough C. Wyetb, assistant surgeon. "Faust Beer" Is pure. First Lieut. A. C. Macomb, Fifth Cavalry, has been granted live months' extension of leave, with permission to leave tbo United States. Capt. Frank Heath from duty at Watervliet Arsenal, N. Y., to command the United States proving ground, with station at New York Arsenal, N. Y. Captain Jefferson K. Kean, assistant sur geon, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

'e . - I'.jW.k1 rat jm -nm-- n-IE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 31, 1891. fe v" :-iie-ifyi a yw a mt a "mro r I 3 f 11 I 1 P I riEl JbL Mk ML Jmmm IB BHl ll m H KM w. uvi BV V ill 1 V isai ? t k Ml ftSSff r liil, 1W OVER EVERY OTHER It is within a short distance of the Departments and of the business portion of the city, and can be reached by a street-car line, for one fare, from any part of Washington and Georgetown. It is situated between Bright wood and Magnolia avenues, on land that has unsurpassed drainage. It is but 2,000 feet distant from the Bock Creek National Park, in connection with which it is expected that the subdivision will obtain, at no distant day, the city supply of both gas and water. A brick pavement will soon be laid by the Government on Brightwood avenue, along the entire west front of the subdivision; $4,000 will be expended on Illinois avenue, running from the Soldiers' Home through the subdivision; the District authorities are grading one of its principal stre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 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
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