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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

WJM- " it N THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE14, 1891. ' t , tl -i".V 1 ! is ta j M i t : I.J w : la v-31 m KiF iw IK ffi 1 Si hiB f ji PI , t I I i i IS WITH THE JOLLY ELKS. A 1UG OKOAVD ACCOMPANIES THEM TO MAnSHATjI IIAI.Ii. One of the Plcasiintont anil IMost Sue cnsHful Kxcuislons or tho Sonson 3:ntortninmcnt nt the Hall "Who "Wore There. Twclvo hundred guests accompanied tho Elks on their excursion to Marshall Hall on Wednesday evening. This will give some Idea of tho popularity of this excellent charitnhlo organization. Tho members of the order vied with each other as to who should do most for tho pleasure and comfort of their guests. As the Macalcster approached tho wharf at Marshall Hall tho whole grounds wero seemingly ablaze with red and Wub lights, while the background was beautifully illuminated with hundreds of Chinese lanterns. A happy surprise for tho excursionists was the rendition of a woll arranged programme on the "west verandah of the mansion, under the management o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

THE SCJJSEJDA.Y HOBiRLALD. SUNDAYJUNE 14. 1891. 3 . i IT STILL CATCHES ON. 8UMMKK Ol'KKA WELL 1'Al'KONIZED AT BOTH HOUSES. The Carlcton Conipnny'a Engagement to Closo at tho End of Thin Week Whnt tho BJlln Arc Gossip of tlio Stnjje. Thero was little If any falling off In tho patronage of tbo rival opera companies at tho National and Albaugh'B the past week. Both houses did a good business, again demonstrating tho fact that Washington can bo depended on to support satisfactory operatic entertainments at reasonable prices, even in tho heat of summer. At Albaugh's "The Chimes of Normandy" was staged and sung in good style. A great deal of tho credit of tho production belongs to Mr. William F. Pructte, who looked after tho re hearsals for Mr. Carleton and sung tho rOlo of tho Marquis with power and artistic effective ness. Mr. Pruetto was well supported by MIeb Post, who has seldom appeared hero to better advantage; Miss Vincent, Mr. Murray, Mr. Fitzgerald, and Mr. Blgelow. "Tho Royal M...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

r HT-- wnm-t- T . V ai( -v ,. - t fc- wt J.. -- f ," I t .& K I &M- M I y THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JTJNE 1891. I' i us 11 ih l tJ3 ra M I. l I; lh, nBccftie (Ucifionaf 3nfcfftgenccr. The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHES 180. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTAGUSHEO 1831. Entered at tho Post Oflico at Washington, D. C.f ns Second-class Matter. a. ir. so urn;, I a.t. jii:nsi:y, j .Proprietors. Editorial and l'tibllratinn OlUcoa South west Cor. lltli nnd K Sts. Is. IV. yOTIOE TO SUBSGIilDEUS. 'OuJmcr ipt ton (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, wone y 01 (cr, or checks on Kcw York or Wash ington. When cheeft on banhs in other cities arc suit the cost of coUcctionwill he deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their com-riunicatlons,if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to Justify publication will be wel co...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

? ..;-WA,WMP FjESUNrA.Y HBRALD.SUNDAY, JUNE 14.1891. fjr-V-v; rh rtfr-jaf s ! m BOWIE WOULDN'T TREAT. ANU "WASHINGTON ATTEMPTED TO STAM HIM TO THE IIEA11T. Xho Assaulted Mnn Got Possession of tlio Knifo nnil Almost Dlsoinbfnvoloil 111b Assailant Mowlo Itadly Cut In tho Shlo. Last night nbout7:80 o'clock George Bowie, a laboring man employed at tho warc-houso of Mr. James II. McGill, on Dolawaro avenuo northeast, wns coing to his home, No. d22 Delaware avenue, when he was stopped by "3harlea Washington and Jake Bnlnn. These two had just emerged from tho saloon of George Leary, at the corner of R street and Delaware aveuuc, and socing Bowie asked him to go In side and treat them. Bowlo replied that ho only had fifteen cents, and as ho wanted that for another purpose ho could not ac commodate them. Tho men then entered Into a discussion as to the treating, Washington and Bolan In sisting on Bowlo spending tho fifteen cent3 In order to get them drink, and each grabbed hold of bis arms t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

M f, . B5v$-J ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE14,1891. '.- -. '.''-.. -.! .. .f i ( j t I ft M i 'j hi i iff n it, 1 , i r - i.i -ii t, t ft I i h ii . i ,0 ITEMS FROM THE SCHOOLS. A SPECIMEN COMPOSITION OF AN EIGHTH-GRADE HOY. Where Some of the High School Teach ers IVill Spend ycatlon;xhe;40,los Injr Exercises of tfib .W.cokijilng Day. ,'- The following composition by Percy H. Mar shall, & pupil in the Curtis School, Eighth Grade, Mr, B. W. Murch, teacher, has been se lected for publication because of its unusual merit. It possesses tho excellence of clear ness of ideas and directness of statement, which are rare in tho compositions of young people. 1.AND1X0 TUG BOAT. The event which I am about to narrate oc curred at a certain sea-side resort on tho coast of the Atlantic Ocean, in tho State of Dela ware. There wa6 quite a crowd of boys there, and wc prided ourselves on our knowledge of boating, hunting, swimming, etc. Two of the boys owned a light rowboat, a mere shell, but ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

i ii .mV virtu; j. '-- 4 if-. w a " THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUNE14, 1891. i T&E ARMY AND THE NAVY. AllMY NOTES. Lcavo of absonco for three months la granted Capt. Richard P. Strong, Fourth Artlllory. Maj. Charles B. Bryno, surgeon, has been granted fiftoon days' leave of absence on be ing relieved from duty at Fort McHenry, Md. Lieut. Col. Charles T. Alexander, surgeon, attending surgeon in Now York City, is, In additiou to his other duties, assigned to duty as examiner of recruits In that city. Leave of absonce for four mouths, with per mission to apply for an extension of two months and to go beyond sea, is granted Second Lieut. John C. Gregg, Sixteenth In fantry. By direction of the Acting Secretary of War leave of absence for two months, with permission to go beyond sea, is granted Maj. Jeremiah II. Gtlmau, commlssnry of subsis tence. Leave of absonco for thrco months on sur geon's certificate of disability Is granted Lieut. Col. Ktchard H. Jackeou, Fourth Artillery. Second...

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. — 14 June 1891

s -MlfcWV. ..., -''Vhf " "e'-Nr . 1- J . ;..,, , . , , $ .JMMimNMPp ?S"&JB -T 8 rHE StfN'D'A'Y'H'gALDVSUNDAY.JUNE 14. 1891. s I to I! NATIONALS NOT IN IT. THEY MATED A VERY KIFELTCS GAME AGAINST THE KOSTONS. The Tcnm ETidontly in ecd of a Ginger Diet The Entertainment for tlo Kc gntta Fund General Snorting and Athletic Gossip of tho "Week. There was a painful lack of enthusiasm at the game of ball at National Park yesterday afternoon, and tho cry of "Glory, Glory, Glory," did not cheer tho players on to deeds of valor. Secretory Foster and his private secretary, Robert J. Wynne, came up In "Airy Castle" and squeezed hard for tho local boys. But oven this did not avail, and tho men went about their playing in a perfunctory way that showed they were Deaton before tho first ball was pitched. There is more truth than poetry in this, for previous to tho beginning of tho came certain players of the Nationals wctc heard to say to Manacer Irwin that ho ourrht to be ashamed of his action...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

1. : Plf ESTABLISHED 1800. THE GUILLOTINE GLUTTED OVBB COO DISCHARGES IN THE OEN SOS OF1TICK ITS THKKK WAYS. ratliotlo Scenes When the Fatal Yellow Envelopes Were Handed Hound Sobbing Women and Men Who Hiil Their Anxiety with .Token, Tho man wbo works tho guillotlno rnadcthe biggest record among tho Census Ofllce em ployes last week. Ho dealt out official death right and left with a skill and rapidity that would have obtained for him the highest pos sible rating if ho had been manipulating a punching machine. In one day he cut off no less than 500 official heads of male and female clerks, and his operations spread almost ss great a relen of terror throughout the oflice as did tho operations of the original guillo tine in revolutionary France. But it Is only fair to Bupposo that the guillo tine operative in tho Cohbus Office did not take much pride orpleasure In his work. Necessary as tho reduction of the force may have been, it was attended with enough pathetic 'inci dents to make t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

rar "B!ijft!!irt i.w mi i Minn wwwwijjtwBmii np iwt!aiaii tinmkwtu'Wb itwriiw)iiKi mu.wiii . ?gwifcjfc j v -v s--4r ii? "V b 4 lO THE STJNIXAVr HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 14:, 1S91. CA RLINGTON RS TO 11 U I I W. J1 I "77moi?l3L ojql -tliLO 3XT7S7 Railroad to Ooirmaeiice 313 airly 3Xr:2s:"t IMCoiL'tlii.. WILL CONTINUE TO ALEXANDRIA. The Flans and Specifications for the Bridge across the Potomac are ready to be submitted to the Secretary of War Energetic Projectors. The work of constructing the railroad from Washington to Arlington Cemetery, and thence to Alexandria, Mount Vernon, and Falls Church, will be commenced early next month, and it is expected that the road will be in complete running order nine months later. . This enterprise, as intimated in "The Post" a few days ago, is in the hands of a number of energetic, pushing men, who see in the proposed road a valuable piece of property, and who are determined to leave nothing undone to achieve success. Work will certainly commence soon ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

1SXTt-r J""-ttillj I'BiiS liwe '""VWtTS-. f - - i jj - v iwwoa? itVffgftK-vt . j w nvifcin riH (Vi. BMn tMfptif ki Mflw "iiin' '"uiijffiy " " " " '" ' t -"y ' 4 THE SUNDAY MERALD. SUNDAY, JtJNB 14. 1S91. 11 b l 1 CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE OF ZFIUSTIE SZEBZOZES .A.1T 900 SEVENTH STREET, CORNER OF I. Notwithstanding tho ImmcnBO amount of. shoes sold In the last few weeks, woliavo a groat amount of durable stock left from which to solect, nmoiur which wo hnvo tho following: Ladlos' Flno Dongola $4 Ilaudsowcd Button Boots, marked down to only $2.25 pair. Ladles' Flno Dongola$2.50 Oxford Ties, In latest styles, tipped uud Common Sense, marked down to $1.50. Mon'a Flno Calf and Kangaroo $3.50 or $4 Shoes, marked down to $2.50. 500 Pairs Men's Flno $3 Calf Shoes, In all styles, (ns marked In our window,) $1.08. Between 800 and 900 Pairs Misses', Children's, and Boys' Shoos; must bo sold at half price. Wo havo a number ot broken sizes In Mls6es' and Ladles' Shoes; to bo sold at $1.2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

-fiMHI Lf" v t ii 1 1 i vjaHiHHya iLi 1 1 n W-o.VJ - - wr- - - ! m nii . iiui uh iiu iiru n-vii iin'ifv .j it ii i ijmti ii a -w (Jinn v- h vi i. it-tjukji .uuibhu rivu u m tr - 4iu -vt-jtv.-v.-vi w mrvaai mi eb.i4 rc i? -.uirv m.. rv. w . iu t (wen im "nr - w -iwu i . j- - a- ivj j. u k t-. -w vm & - namw II ' 1 Dr. Scott, JSIrs. Harrison's father, loft the city on Friday morning in company with his son, Judge JOton N. Scott, for a long journey. Ho goes to Fort Townsend, Wash., to spend tho summer with his son. Tho old gentleman shows hut few signs of his oxtrome age ho is now ninety-two and ho was quite cheerful about tbo long journey. lie did not anticipate any evil consequences from fatigue, hut a great deal of pleasure from change of scene. Mrs. Harrison took her last lesson for this season with the Saturday Tainting Clas3 yes terday morning in Mr. Paul Putzko's studio. Mrs. Harrison goes to Capo May with the McKco babies on Thursday, and will probably spend about as much t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

JiW k- -fi 'u' ' -wfpr!sit-'-i. A3..--- 11 -...i.w i .r .-ajMrfwv-i.- - fc" ;'"v.lU..fkiii.li - -r V - -aiwna' iv . -- .,,, - , '-V '-- iX--f- WV-k't i. A ". iA" - fc 0. t ' -i,.ip-.isAft- -v TKK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1891. 13 -, VI w -? - GOSSIP OP THE GIRLS. -Alice Confides to Dear Louiso the Goings On in Washington. -Mx uiuu Louise: Wo have hntl a perfect 'Storm of weddings since Juno 1. As a rule, thoy havo boon quiet nfTatrs, not at nil on the spectacular order, though even In the most simple wedding ceremony there Is always, I think, great care exercised hi the smallest details for It is the day of the bride's llfo. No ono seems over to think of tho groom. A few Washlugtonlans attended the grand mar riage function of Mr. Harry Lo Grand Cannon, of Now York, and Miss Elizabeth Thompson, of Detroit, on Tuosday, in St.Thomas's Church, "New York. Tho decorations of tho church, 1 am told, wcro disappointing, but tho manner in which tho house of tho brldo's grandmother ou F...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

-TH s- .., , !&? '" MF-'ity PWfiibww- V - ---'f 14 OZEsTZLir Throe Minutes' Walk to Railroad Station, Ten Minutes' to Bright-J wood, To Which Point Sapid Transit is Insured. Thirty Minutes' Drive On a Fine Iload to Washington. FACTS IBZEOILSriD DISPUTE: Lots in Takoma Park sold for 3c. per foot only three years ago. Can you buy any to-day as conveniently situated as those which we offer you at South Takoma for less than ten to twenty-five cents per foot ? This is 300 to 500 per cent, advance. Would you ask a better paying investment than this ? Promises even better results, as it has the advantage of the built-up community of the Park to start with. It is nearer the city by one mile, and a lot can be purchased for less money than would be paid for adjacent farm lands. We offer this property at the remarkably low price of 3 cents per square foot and upward, not on the in stallment plan, but upon terms that will be considered liberal. We advise no delay. There are but a few lots, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

""3RX, A;;. $" ' WSCvjiri .ygjtB'j im) . THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 14, 1891. 15 .fI ItV NEWS OF THE LODGES. A lilG 11UDGET Ol' ITEMS Ol' INTER EST TO THE FRATERNITIES. A Now History oCFrocinnHonry, of "Which air. William It. Singleton "Wrote an Important Part-Tho Rcchahitcs, Mo oliiiulcH, mid tlto Golden Cross. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Templo Benjamin U. French No. 15. Monday, 16th; PontalphaNo. 23, Monday, 15th; National No. 12,Tuesday, 10th; "Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 17th ;La Fayette No. 10, Thurs day, 18th; Lobanon No. 7, Friday, 10th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 17th. Bluc rooin: Columbia No. 3, "Wednesday, 17th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 10th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast S Naval No. 4, Thursday, 18th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, Iflth. Masonic Hall, Un...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

KWMtfW " 3- "4 j.c 16 XtiE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, IUNE 14, 1S91. HAVE YOU CONTRACTED TO BUILD? Have You Purchased a Lot in -, l;" l! 1 1 h 1 1 i IM l- IM it mi i If not, do so at once. The COMBINED Churches. chools. Stores. Markets. The many "Wasliingtonians who "Will pass through Northwest Alexandria. We are not offering a " paper" subdivision with promised improvements. Our avenues, sidewalks, FOR A. M, A REUNION DINNER. A HAPPY AFFAIR AT NATIONAL BIFI.ES ' ARMORY. The Active and Veteran Steinberg of the Corps Reunited nt a Grand Banquet The Participants and the Toasts. It was a happy, patriotic, and enthusiastic gathering of congenial souls, composed of the active and veteran corps of the National Klfles, that met at the armony Tuesday even ing last, and Bat down to the annual reunion dinner. An hour prior to the feast the young and the old of this time-honored and popular organization began to assemble In the large music hall of the armory and listen to the concert mu6lc rendere...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

v . ..' ?""a"afif r jr.wwv LH - J ' k ' II --M... - A- -a. . V ""f "rTk-"-w?v!iMiWW?''w't'"'"" 'fc-W-'''h-J-.-''" (--,''sfciil''--'r n rt.'J tv ..-. 'iX.-i''l 4 .. w ,-kc . Vf. --'- ' ' ' I . -v,. .. , ' j v -f t -i---. --'. v-" ."'.J' -.. y b ' t -'"-! ' WAft j && 33tttX ..jtiwaX, ,:f$jU$$fettttfe fr." 5 SUNDAY, TUNE14, 1891. PAGES ,17 XO 24 L I- i u h J 5nmu 552 l WHITE HOUSE REPAIRS. now mrs. HinmsoN wilt, lay OUT $24,000. Tho Groan Room to Ro Rctlocorated In Rococo Stylo, unci tlio State Dlning Rooin nml Othor 1'ortions of the, Man sion to llo Artistically Touched Up. It is fortunnto that at this particular tlmo there is a lady In tho Exocutlvo Mauslon who unites practical knowledge- of tho details of good housekeeping with a refined and culti vated sense of the appropriate and beautiful, as Mrs. Harrison does. As tho time draws near for the availability of tho Congressional appropriation made for repairs and incidental Improvements in tho White House Mrs. Har rison and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

RtRi,i,w -, UL,.!. t-c- Tsr tv ! THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FUNK 14:. 1S91. IS M ii?- f in. ft PtesU y&xit&te 5jtictr ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, Or 14.05 X STIIEEST, Has only a few ol those beautiful lots, left In 11 Arrnesleigh Park" at 25 ana CO cents a foot, and will Eoon double his prices if he concludes to sell them, it having been established "they arc in one of the be6t locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful rcenery, and a select neighborhoods . . Ko lot6 'will be sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. PLANT, JR. WM. B. TURPIN. PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and i' Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AYE., Washington, D. C. FOR SALE. A FEW GOOD LOTS In Norfolk and Bedford City, Va., From $300 up to $2,000. Terms to Suit Purchasers. &OBINSOE & LODGE, 59 ATLANTIC BUILDING, 930 F STREET. ja!8-tf THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

It -- .. i 'i i jv X--F t. f THE SU.NDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 14, 1891. 1 BUIIiDING PERMITS. Permits to build to tho following have bcon issued by Inspector Entwistlo for tbe week ending Juab 12 Six two-story and cellar brick bouses 17x82 feet for Wright &, Stockett on lots 11, A, and B, square- 810, No. 401 to 409 G street north cast, to cost $12,000. Five two-story and cellar brick dwellings 18x82 foot for Wright & Stockett on lot 43 to 47, square 801, No. 033 to 043 F street north east, to cost $12,000. Four two-story and cellar brick dwellings 10 feet 0 inches by 8B feet for Mrs. M. J. Hunt on lot 4, square 801, No. 400 to 400 E street southeast, to cost $U,000. Nine two-story frame dwellings 12x25 fee't for A. 1). Hines on lots 1 and 2, block 22, Ish envood, Nineteenth street, between Gales and Bciiulngs Road, to cost $4,500. One two-story brick dwclllug 10x20 feet for E. K. Plnkney on lot 11, square 010, No. 72 O street northwest, to cost $1,000. Four two-story and bas...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

IVf. 'M fltff p& A. x" , , 4.4- - . , 'H -riv .v -i . s SO THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNE 14. 1891. lt ll.W-MJl!i i Fu I r 1 V l,:r a f KBAli ESTATE TRANSFERS. FMDAY, JUNE 5. William W. Boarman to John F. Ford, part oriclnal lot S, square 325, 12 feet on Eleventh 6treet, quit claim, $ . Same to same, lot 21, square 325, Barker's BUb., quit claim, $ . ,, Clara E. Burrlll et vlr John II. to Julie F. H. Ncvins, lot 33 and cast half lot 32, square 153, Spalding and Wilson's sub.,$ . Nora I. Bowles et vir James If. to James B. Shearer et ux., south 3S feet of original lot 1, enuarc GOO, S . 'John F. Farnsworth etux. to John Mitchell, part lot 14, block 30, Columbia Heights, Sher man's (trustee) sub., 50.10 reet on Fourteenth street, $4,452.50. Jacob Jones ct ux. to Hose Murphy, sub-lot 1G5, square S50, $1,500. Susan M. Jackson to Robert L. Magruder and George W. Linkins, west 20 feet 2J inches of original lot 10, square 42, 3,000. Helen M. Kanousc ct vir Abraham M. to Jeff B. Cralle, l...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 June 1891

r '.' VW' wwwr-1 -: wv;'. - X , ,'. i i ..,,.., , t W M . ..4 . '-. .- l -.. .!" '-. .-'i- . ".. ..'ii'-i. - ', n l" " J ' v i j - (,'" 1 .., - t . HE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. jtJNB lil&l. - 01 SI m m . SfteasJl 35tttt gSbettJUttgg 18. Q. CIUN80N. Ii. 0. .1USTI0E. GUNSON & JUSTICE Real Estate Brokers, GOO X JS'JritliJIiVX' IV. AV. ,WeYhave 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 be subdivided to advantage. Call at our office for full particulars regarding above property. The Chase Investment Co., 631 F St. N. W. FOR SXiE, HOUSES AND-VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. BARGAINS FOR INVESTORS. ? ' SMALL FARMS CHEAP. WANTED Houses and Business Property to Rent. COLLECTIONS MADE PROMPTLY. AIiBEKT A. WILSON, Real Estate Broker, ROOM 2, FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COM-; PANY BUILDING, C...

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