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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

wft"! " S THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUM DAY. JUNK 7. 1891. '. I i i L n : I , IE- $ fa rt iH M iDICK OBAILET'S ILL-LUCK. Tito Talo of ji lllaclt Sheep. St. James Gazette. Mr. Ulchard Grailey was ot opinion thrtt ho was an ill-used individual. To-uijrht, for in stance, it was disgustingly raw and cold as ho -sauntered nloug Fleet street toward tho gayer Strand, whore tho theatres, at any rate, looked warm and bright with their flaring gas-Jots and their portraits of popular actresses. Tho theatres 1 Why, only a f ow years ago, Dick 'had been one of thoso sleek, supercilious young men, In shining shirt-front and sweet scented button-hole, who now elbowed him asido on the pavement as they escorted pretty women from their carrlngcs to tho stalls of somo fashionable play-houso. Yes, ho had been like them well-fed, well dressed, and well-looking. And now? "Well, Mr. Richard Grailey was not nico to look at. Ho had a shifty eye, a uoso inclined to redness at tho tip, an ill-shaved, blotchy check. ...

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

rr wrmi?ji -" Wtfw4yWV'qrs, VVl?'-W-ii-rr. -&$ 4fcs ,-x I jV rNptWCTJTff'r1!!p,W'wii IMp I X mn.mnJWrnftWw nt nf ? , -- ;. g$y47 Tt yM -v j THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUKE 7, 1891. I THE ART OP CONVERSATION. Why Shouldn't People 1'ropnro Them. hcIvor to Tnllc as "Woll nn to Vcnst ? Boston Gazette. We remember reading in the Nineteenth Century an article by Lord Ribblesdalo on "The Art of Conversation." Just what was in the nrticle wo do not altogether clearly re member. That there was sonic dcBciiption thciciuof tho methods of a certain friend of tho writer who had attained to some distinc tion lu London drawing-rooms nB a conversa tionalist, wo remember very well. This gen tleman, it seemed, prepared himself for "tea fights" and "muffin-scrambles," as wo havo heard them called in England, and for other social functions where tea, women, and con versation were the staple, much as an under graduate prepares himself by "cramming" for an examination. Lord Ribblesdalo held his f rei...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

i v. 4 : .,. """ 'MU'IUMI N. w t il )Ufi w . , , ; ,7 - i .- - y v f I ri-TE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1891. GAINS NEVER DIE OUT AT THE LONDON ,ramujw(zmsaatmaaueai jt $4.00, $8.50, $3.00 $2.00 GLORIA SILK UMBRELLAS, SG-ISCH, FANCY HANDLES, $1.49. $1.25 Gloria SILK MllltELLAS, 95 CERTS. SILK PARASOLS TO CLOSE AT $2.00. 8 I . BAR BAZAR. I , ft. Iv-: ( ,'..' f It. ' I i v , Si le i; f I ' fc v 75C.GLA0E BRAID VASSAR SAILORS, IN WHITE, 25c. One lot of 300 Ladies' 26-Inch Gloria Silk Umbrellas vvarth from $1.99 to $2.55. Our price $1.55. 15c. Ladies Vests, 3 for 25c. These goods are ribbed, and come in all colors. lammmmammmKmBmmmammmMmMmmmammam 83.50, 83.00, 82.50, 82.00, 81.50 PURE SILK LADIES' HOSE, ALL SAMPLES, TO GO AT 81.37.' $1.25 BLACK LEGHORN HATS, FINE QUALITY, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. fV "!,.V- . hob 81.50 BLACK FRENCH CHIP PLATS, SIXTY-TWO CENTS. ' :f.s ,. X i 7. "Wc have just received a largo lino of above bargains, and suaranteo same as advertised. Below you will ilnd a li...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

5 $ CEfinKrjr-ift!1 ?al.'l-1M(9wrlw,,ilwf,-- - a 4 &- -"vjw i m I iiTWfi I if 'riii wiTMrt m mmt'mHi Il v .-rkMto. flfej-,- . nflfcaWMrtan rtli 1 1 i lJi n nm n tto-Vw"rdW tnhr.fa jWIVti-9 AjfrW"- IF . .--...,,! j- rr -"- - 3k,n& WLklig 3latjocnal Intiixgnjc ESTABLISHED 1800. JUNK 7,1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 IiMiii .,ik..., . . . uuuuij . - u 'J 4 a . I I' "WAS THERE A PLOT ? SOMI2 OUUIOrS VEATUKES OP TUB M2 COINTE-FKOST AFJFAIR. ConlUcling StoricB Thatlioavo tho Matter in Mystory What Wore Grnoo Eaton's Isolations to to Colnto? A Suspicious Whispor Will Thoro Bo a Prosecu tion ? Tbero aro still echoes and reverberations to be beard about town from tbo shots which jealous George Lo Colnto fired at his pretty wife and Charles 0. Frost a week ago last night in Mrs. Rogers's boarding-house,. No. G04 Twelfth street. The 'mystery sur rounding tho affair has not been cleared up, and this has kept tho discussion very lively .all the week among tho large number of persons who in ouo way o...

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

hiwwwiiii wnin'i miw 'WW" imilWBnmlnWWMi 't''ll'a'''M,W',''11' ''"'''' h 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUxNDAYJUNE 7. 1S91. VANTAGE OF i 1 I & --nmiirM"i np 7 ,. , a n W Vi t B' OVER 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 th& Rock 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 streets, and the proprietors are making arrangements...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

! fcat 9tf$Twli-)i:i. iraM ii mix m u.i-ji.-Juaa-.j.rv.iii..)iwyicw. i ,ryMm,,m:mUaf,,..,mtf,n, rii'tl,' i n ,ip jf, i,.,i. . , ,,..., ,,,.,.,.....,,,.,,.,,,,,., ., ...ii.....iu.iwv.wK - &-S5W-" PS fUHft "'PWSwrar' Mg!--, : .MLa. ajjtfti. w-p. vqsE-A4 -iwgijuw t -ct M. , . i 4 fc -- - ' S .1 . A t t THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUKE 7. 1891. 11 y ' ww mm mm m M !'! I?l ' 1 'Ti CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE OIF1 UnTE shoes 000 SEVENTH STREET. COEMEB, OP I. Notwithstanding tho immonso nmouut of markcd down to $1.50. amount omuraoio biock icitirom wmcu 10 select, among wuicu wo nave mo loiiowing: Laities' Pino Dontrola $4 Ilandsowcd Button Boots, marked down to only $2.33 pair. Ladles' Flno Doncola $2.50 Oxford Ties, in latest stvles. tinned and Common Sense. Mon's Fine Calf and Kangaroo $3.50 or $4 Shoes, marked down to $2.50. COO Pairs Men's Fine $3 Calf Shoes, in all styles, (as marked in our window,) $1.08. Botwoon 800 and 000 Talis Misses', Children's, and Boys' Shoes; must ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

;K 4 v tl ' k V .$. A--. - ' ..(u' Tr.'WiL-SE.rtiiai Xv i ii ,ii . i kiHanL ii 1 1 1 nn s dzv$Qi&&2 J!F&sg&Srm$$ TJzffi&JT&Z -' '.ZJlllZ- "-fr pwrrwHiKma' TWMraxi3Uft2i'3$m &'5fiLsarJMBHiraBfi7Vw;i.niM veS32j5yir If It H 1 I i? & I' IV. i i ' fi li i! If , ft hi i! f. h t',' -.UnillllWl" ,,l"f "" II Among tho number Invited by Mrs. Harri son to onjoy the Marino Band concert from the portico of tho White IIouso Decoration Day wero Major and Madame Lottin, tho lat ter tho brido of tho French Legation. The Fortnightly Club held a delightful ses sion on the 80th of May at tho beautiful resi dence of Mr. Kinsley at Falls Church, Va. Surrounded by ereen lawns, stately trees, and fragrant blosBoms,thIs.tho fourteenth and clos ing meeting of tho club for the 8eason,mIght ap propriately bo called an ideal Chautauqua as sembly. A very tempting luncheon was served at noon, after which tho session of tho club was held. Mr. Charles Davies, its presi dent, introduc...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

t- ., . ,.tTt,,i ..i, ;';: :, -?,, ,-,?, y;?'.M v, w. ..,., J !Tf f Wiwf "Hv T''- V ' "V" ''.... iiKluilwiMi, run im I i ,, i i mi. 11 ai.i..MiiiS5gyiW.frW81? , i j . fctfPMhTJ i.'XX3te4r:Si- - JrWjBaVuSlTiL. jN -vwji o. .'i'. -i ."V -fc J ( -- .ifrpftpwwMi"-" , ttl tii . '. J M1IK ('' .. THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JUNE 7, 1891. 13 A DAY AT OliYSTAL PAIiAOE. RUSH FOR SUPE -&S0KdCM9r: BT M7 A RIOR 1- -J I u! if Some of tho IVontlorn a Iilttlo Washing ton (iirl Saw In Iiomlom 1JV ETHEL r. AllMES. Our party consisted of 6ix my mother, sis ter, and myself, Sirs. S ','her boy Charlie, and his aunt. At 12 o'clock wo took tho train for Sydenham, a BUburb of London, and where this wonderful palace Is situated. We arrived there at 1 o'clock. "When wo stopped out of tho palaco station fairyland erected our eyes 1 That is tho place for tho children and Is almost worthy enough to take a trip across tho "mill pond" to 6co it alono. Tho grounds around this wonderful fairy palaco are beautiful f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

" ri ' tJ 'W. ' 1 . w . V w VA - ! V - rf - i,. W wv. v. V.V . A.1V ..W IT . fft'ttift VM" 'i il w 14 THJB SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNE 7, IS 91. 1 ' I IN4TI0N ,f ODEL, Seventh Ik COMB SOUVENIR oAliljI N. IJtlli ii It K .i I; I M ,,! ; ' vJ We can't afford to have our business controlled by the weather. Business must go on, regardless of the elements. Time is fleeting and soon the season will end. We have applied the lever to stjEirt the stuff and our Mammoth Spring Stock will have to move. Prices now bolow par, and if you miss the opportunity to et an outfit now you'll have only yourself to blame. Below we mention a few only of the many good things we have in store for you. MEN'S FORM-FITTING PANTS. Those now marked $5.00, reduced lo $3.62. Those now marked S3. 50, reduced lo $2.60. Pants that are marked $2.50 will go at $1.87. And one lot of Pants, about no pairs, 81.37 a Pair. They are worth just about double. ? One-third off 011 all Men and Boy's HATS. This is the most sensible as w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

: I ' SQLAa&Ml W&TTtfm "r-n-5lwBWB tptpm V) THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1891. 15 ; t m, "l wT'rvr NEWS OF THE LODGES. A IIIO WAICn OF INTERESTING FRA TERNITY HEMS. Notes, Personals, uml Gonlr from Masonic Lodges and Circles AVhnt Uio Rcoha bttcB aro Doing Goldeu CroRS and I. a The following; Masonl". bodies meet upon the ovoniugs of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 8th Federal No. 1, Tuesday, flth; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 11th; at. John's No. 11, Friday, 12th; Hope, No. SO, Friday, 12th, A. A. S. 11. Sanctuary, 1007 G strciet Ca thedral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 11th. Blue-Room: Armlnius No. 25, Monday, 8th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 0th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 11th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Staushury No. 25, Monday, 8th. Koyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 8th; Wash ington No. 2, Thursday, 11th; Eureka N6. 4, Friday, 12th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potom...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

i 'r.aa,4lya,",gT,"u:MiiatffflfflLa W niMBawnyMsiiwiiniML'omiijiiiiin.ii,.!! i uiu,, 4 Mn !0 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JUNE 7.1891. 6 I1 If TAT JL II If tt i! U wssinsrca-Tonsr J&. SUBURB OP THE SISTER CUTIIES w?issil5j5tff55S ALEXANDRIA m iw l Kt ttjv rat I I hi P Northwest Alexandria presents every attraction as a Place of Eesidence Wide Avenues, Splendid Walks, Beau tiful Trees, Inviting Parks, Commanding Views, Health-giving Atmosphere, Pure Water, and Picturesque Villas. TWENTY-FIVE THOU HAVE BEEN EXPENDED UPON THE STREETS OF NORTHWEST ALEXANDRIA, And they are unexcelled. Residents of Northwest Alexandria have a city of 18,000 inhabitants within ten hun dred yards, affording every convenience of Markets, Schools, Churches, and Stores. SIXTY BAILY TRAINS. TWELVE MINUTES' BIDE. SIX CENTS FAME, Alexandria and Washington are connected by five railroads aiid an excellent line of ferry-boats, Sixty daily trains land passengers within 800 yards of Northwest Alexandria. Mount Vernon...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

( rP i.. ,, ji.i ,a .. WPIP,. . .4. . . .,. . a -.fcrfr-,.-,.--..- - ,,-.. fc . jiri-fc .-' f W j. i . $) , AWa T MtK-MHlku,. tH 1 j a JVwfr 39klg latijcmal Stttlixxjm& SUNDAY, TUNE 7, 1S91. PAGES 17 TO 24 j gw W! l?V H JJ i V7 .,$EW SCHOOL-HOUSES. THU IjJKVEN PROVIDED FOB IN THE :I.A8T,:-ArPKOPKIATION BII.I,. Inspector, ,EnlwIfitlo Expects Thoy "Will Bonltondy for Occupancy Eiirly in January The Cnpirol Hill High School Building. It is the expectation of Building Inspector Entwlstle to bavo tho seven now school build ings provided for by the last District Appro priation bill completed and ready for occu pancy at tbc end of tbo next Christmas vaca tion. Tbc money is now available and the work will bo pushed as rapidly as possible. Three of tbo new schools are now underway and the ground for the fourth will be broken this week. Of the seven schools to be erected live will be what aie known as "eight-room" 6chool-houses, the plans for which bavo been acknowledged to be the most sa...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

mttSSSXS&SMBa i'w.rt'wm. fei. .. Mitlg.ja.AAjWVfgS' -ifflJ'y&ftgV-jfr.. f' r i " J THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1S91. i i sxttfcm0t JUjejejocvtJns fSfcOtote 5EjfcCTX:VSi SUrjdjifrscjteu iiyHwmuivmimt ESTABLISHED 1874. J. GERMTJILLER, ABCHJTECT, Nq. 015 E STREET N.W;., , Fine Dwellings a Specialty. The Bronson Steel Water Tube Boilers h ; Pi i i t i ! v. i it i I ; i I?. 1? IV K lit WASHINGTON ART TILE 0., t JOHN F. MoVE Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR .Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc, CORKER "First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. JOSEPH MATHI, Tin and Shoot-Iron TVorkor. STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES. Manufacturer of supplies for Bakers, Butchers, Dairy Farmers, Mllkmeu, Painters, Confectioners, Ico Cream Dealers. DAIRY LUNCH ROOMS FITTED UP IN FINEST STYLE. 1919 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Prompt Attention to Jobbing. 'Phono 719. Work Guaranteed. J. W. BAEKEE. THE LARGEST HOUSE IN...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

"wnnqeviiiM twwjwup ftwscBWTw i w " ir V "I'P" r rt -jt W. ' t.h - liwirwr -- " ., , t . ,, Nh yyTtwra f wr(Wiift' a tfrr'Wy 'MJMrtgWMBV Ktfr frftiyW-gSW- . ..u. v -. rfA P Wj)j.-y.y:ij!riiiWy wfc., Wl .gt'i l iWy nM"l mfrrfAWMi ., Iii,i , ,4 i hW ifcWM.1 'i t w- "V-- - - - - w - - -" v & THE SUNDAY HERALDUNDAY.JUNE 7, 1891. J T-v n -34 Ml ' in hfl REAIi ESTATE NOTES. II. P. .Marshall has sold to J. Julia Camp for $11,000, lot 14, Glcnson's buI. of block 5, Kal orntna Heights. W. II. Campbell has bought of Ann Sophia Pumpbrey for $4,000, 6ub. 84, square 045, cor ner of Ninth and C streets southeast. D. H. 0 roll has sold to Kate It. Powell for $4,000, sub. 100, square 779, 10.33x85 feet on Fourth 6treet, between E and P streets north enst. R. T. Peck has bought of M. D. Peck for $S,508, part , square 810, f routiug 20 feet on Fourth street, between F and G streets north cast. Alice L. Anthony has bought of D. B. Groft for $0,300, Bub. 14(5, square 779, 18x00 feet on E street, be...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

"'jMgg'" 1NHKM .- '-JW, $ , " -TIM n-v liii JfetC, T. SO THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNE 7. 18191 (..JUt k i . B ? ! 1 L hi. I? l l! 1 I If 1' it ' 1. k v. ; - It" i f 1 N . I : t ! 1 . :t t It - J R! r R It.!. P,, W ha 1 II ItBAIi ISSTATE TRANSFERS. FRIDAY, MAY 29. Alice M. Adams to Thomas F. Ward, lot-14. square 934, Kelly's sub., subject to trust of $1,000, $1,800. Mary V. Boteler ot vlr Lemuel I. to Faunlo Luchs, part original lot 35, square 517, 10 foot on south side of Massachusetts avenue, with uso ot ft 2-foot nllev, subject to trusts aggro gating $1,(500, $3,300". William C. Barrett et ux. to Thomas J. Stanton, part lot 101, Bcall's addition, 23i feet on Greene street, Georgetown, $2,500. Alonzo C. Burroughs et ux. to Howard Rat cllfT, lot S5, square 0S7, Starr's sub., $ . Commissioners of District of Columbia to William A. Easterday nnd Willis C. Haldo mau, original lot 1, square 992, $ . Same to "William A. Easterday and W. C. iialdemau. original lot 14, square 1005, tax dee...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

" ; r" 'ijii -.' ) f-f A. rf 1. THE SUNDAY HERAID, STJISIDAY. JTJNB 7, 1891. 21 $tl gg&Jtftfc ffllje&tfeVjS, U. Q. GUNSON. li. C. JVSTICE. GUNSON & JUSTICE, Real Estate Brokers, OOO JP- SrXTt3313T IV. "VV. We have several FINE PRESS - BRICK DWEL LINGS, 8 to 13 rooms, to ex change for unimproved prop erty. MOUNT PLEASANT PROPERTY A fine plot of ground on Fourteenth street, that will make an excellent .subdivision. LE DROIT PARK We 'have several acres that can ibe subdivided to advantage. Call at our office for full .particulars regarding above jproperty. The Chase Investment Co., 31 F St. N. W. FOB S-AJLIE,- SOUSES' AD VACANT LOTS1 IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. 'BARGAINS FOR INVESTORS. SMALL FARMS CHEAP. WANTED Houses and Business Property to Rent. COLLECTIONS MADE PROMPTLY. .ALBEBT A. WILSON, Real Estate Broker, ROOM 2, FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COM,' PANY BUILDING, CORNER SEVENTH STREET AND LOUIS IANA AVENUE NORTHWEST. FOR SALE Soveral choice lots, on M street northwest, between ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

j.!tw-iw'i----.. -.T7ZTrm,m,m,v,- ijtotto -' A ,.,,-, '. ; -.i.nl!ivWH,,.,tt, ,,....yw.. ... ' WRM&p- -. - fcWi rj " .-...-.....,. VV .-. -.,..,v.lf.,. -- JlVM-41 trb;v , i -iSS-SSW -.IfciWtX THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 7.1881. 1 v& Rf ,$ J: ft 'J y sr l' k I r l I S J fa I tit 'j r i I i' I: !! H N lv:ttl 36fcwt Utetttevsi ARMESLEIGH PARK, MR. GEO. A. ARMES, Oli1 1405 X STJEtEKI?, Has only a few of those beautiful lots left in "Armesleigh Park" at 23 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if ho concludes to sell them, it having been established they are in one of the be6t locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful fccenery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. riiANT, 311. WM. B. TTJUriN. PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, .Loans, and . i Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. FOB SALE. ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY.JUNE 7, 1891. 19 LAYING THE GABLES. Progress of Work on tho GoorRotowii uml Fourteenth Street Iilncs "l'lcnso lookout for oxcavatlons nuil ob K 'structlons. Do not ride on tho steps of the cars along tho cable road construction." Tho inteut'of this sign, which hns been placed in every car o tho Washington and Georgetown Railroad! Is not yet apparent to tho pcoplo of" Washington, oxcept those who have ridden through Georgetown or out to Mount Pleas ant. It will not belong, however, before It will bo prudentfor every ono to heed this cau tion. The now cable road from the boundary to Mount Pleasant, tho Fourteenth-street ter minus, has been comploted, and last week the force of men which was at work there was transferred to Georgetown, where part of tho track has already been laid. "Wo finished tho Mount Pleasant road first," said President Hurt, "becauso tho Commissioners wished to pave tho street. The construction now has been begun in Georgetown, and it wil...

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

! i IT !" 2-& THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 7.1891. i '. tj 1 I .91 A till Will Ik H l rT t I V.I L'Mi I fit M OflK.' h..J K k l(fi?. M 'i I IV r wm m M M m fyoTS Jt vJJK I Mm. 50x150 FEET. $100 9 10 CASH AND $5 PER MONTH. (.. RDWICK HEIGHTS is situated on the B. and P. R. R.. adjoining Ardwick Station, only eight miles from Washington. Fre quent daily trains bring you in a few minutes into the heart of the city, The neighborhood is famed for its beauty and salubrity. The land is undulating, well drained, and has a gradual ascent from the station, the highest point overlooking the Capitol. Shade frees in abundance. Springs of the clearest and purest wafer abound, and there is a famous Chalybeate: Spring, possessing curative properties of known value. Several streets have already been graded, and improvements will be rapidly pushed, There is no land nearer the city more desirable for a suburban home. When it is considered that Ardwick Heights can be reached in a shorter space 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

) Br-tW' ',-WfV V ' ,.Jy.r -j? y --oi.ri-wr r -t . -. iM r- Vt- 's1 3U& 3ffill:g jSJaiixmal IttijelUgstto1, VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON(SUNDAYjUNE14(1891.--24PAGFl NO.13 r. tWtVW -IWfwWCf "" pbe 1H K 10 I 11 I WHY DID THEY QUARREL? MYSTERY AROUT THE DKrtORARI.E TRAGEDY AT FORT MONROE. The Fact thnt Young; Ruins nnd His Friend Hannegan Went Down to Sco Some Yonng indies Suggests un Ex planation What Is Said of IlalnH by Those Who Know Him Ho Generally Carried a 1'lstol. The death of Edwnrd Hannegan at the bands of his intimate friend, Thornton J. Halns, sou of Col. Peter C. Halns, has fur nished the aristocratic circles of Washington society, and especially the Army element, with a decided sensation. The meagre details. of the affair which reach this city are very unsat isfactory and do little toward solving the mystery with which the circumstances of the 6hootIng aro surrounded. But little faith is placed in the story as sent from Fort Monroe, and the friends of both the principals ar...

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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