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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

yi,. V ,'j..... T - -tfr t Kvt-w. if on rTt?. ,. Wsi-V- - l 4tiM4 HWaSJw,,Mifci, -- " - A-f-fr TT-tV .- -. - - . ,. r-5 i?r- 1-t.T k w.,-iii'tnfH I s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FUNK 21. 1S91. HtxtStl W&tZltH: M&&l&V IjhsU&J&CjIU $2tt$lkjC:;&.. Xtrsawmtjcte,. ! II w $ ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, oj x-iou it tirrB3i3ii:a Has only a few of those beautiful lots left lu ,c Armesleigh Park" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if he coucludcs to Bell them, it having been established thoy arc in one of the best locations for suburbau residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful scenery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will be sold only to parties woll Known. OKO. H. l'LAST, JB. WM. B. TUUriN. PLAHT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. A FEW GOOD LOTS In Norfolk and Bedford City, Va., From $...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

'v f'!Pws,!MHgS ' , ' P '"i v j. r' ' mpMWfi'mlyvKW9'"?'T' "' x " V' " ! ' p"' '" 7H V- ' , , . i r I THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 21,1891. 10 (M BUILDING PERMITS. Permits to build to tbe following were Issued by Inspector Entwistlc for tbo week cndlnc Friday, June 10: One two-etory ami bnsemon brick dwelling for J. M. Swingle on lot 28, square 890, No. 1812 Eighth street northwest, to cost $3,000 Two two-story and attic frame dwellings, 30x02 feet, for Thoma6 A. Harding on lot 15, Pleasant Plains, to cost $5,500. One one-story and cellar brick store, 20x35 feet, for E. K. Plant on lot 294, 6quaro 403, No. 907 Ninth street northwest, to cost $1, G00. One two-etory brick dwelling 15 feet 2 inches by 32 feet for Mary D. Adams on lot 18, square 5S7, No. 713 Second 6treet southwest, to cost $2,000. Two two-story frame dwellings 14x32 feet for Kate Boyle on lots 378 and 379, block 20, Anacostiu, to cost $1,150. Six two-story frame dwellings 12x28 feet for G. K. Arrington ou lots 102 t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

2G THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNE 21. 1891. A SPLENDID PROJECT. THIS. l'HOP OSU1) KXTJJNStOX OT MAS SAOHUSliXIS AVENUK. It Will Malto the rincst Drive About tho City nml Open Up Wesley HolRhts unil Other Choice Suburban Subdi visions! The extension of Massachusetts avenue bc yonil Hock Creek now seems an assured fact anil there can scarcely be a doubt that work on this beautiful drive will be begun very shortly. Captain Rosscllhascomplcted a map showing the proposed extension of Massachusetts avenue beyond Rock Creek which ho intends submitting for approval to tho owners of tho property through which the avenue will run. If these owners express their willingness to accept tuo extension and donate the laud necessary for the construction of the avenue, work on it will be begun at once. In tho last District Appropriation bill the following para graph appears: "For grading Massachusetts avenue in the direction of the Methodist Uni versity, $10,000." It was in accordance with the provision...

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

aeaw to gy'ialiw lMiaMiirmnMMWMiaiM flyf jryraf. Jiyiwr fff " s!w.,ffcrf:rv y rw , .'j ; : ' .. - . s jmnri Tw.oywpiTH' r' 1 t'w.'y ' T?'iV VT, H ,,'F .vrjV'ffWTTrBfif!''- ( . !f (rfCS"" v ' Vj T&E SUNDA.Y HERALD, SlM'DAY, JUNK "21. lfe91. 1 21 W4Wnvj:TMif f - - ." ', , 7 V' rf JtjKillftHCBnBMmHMLffMr'OnBiM - t fe'. ''H ' " i 1 if "i ' ' " iMniii win iim Miiiii i ii hi i im iMWMiiMM m ii in mi I mi i mi in i in mmmm mmmammmmm I Mtll I HI II s IT IS A BIG JOB. MAKING THE FOUNDATION FORTIUS W. Si G. l'OVEB nOCSK. Ovor 3,000 Piles 'Will Ho Driven Into (ho Karlli (o Support the IMiihhIyo Snper-Striicturo IIow (lio Work la OflllOi A largo crowd was gathered at tho cornor ot Thlrteen-and-a-half and D streets all day yesterday watching In an Idle, listless manner a 2,500 pound weight as It fell with a thud on a pile and drove it Into tho earth. But few of tho onlookers, however, appreciated that they were vlowiDg tho first steps In the construc tion of one of tho bljgest undertakings o...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

22 HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 21. 1891. 2Ux:ljifreciss ESTABLISHED 1874. The Bronson Steel Water Tube Boilers- J. GEKMUIULER, ARCHITECT, , 1 WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles roK Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slato and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. Gk LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH BTREET. WM. MEKOEK, Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., , Washington , D. C. All Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. BENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative Jtr -A- E ZDsT j-7 fcJ jEzj y 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls cind Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Caesar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. Painting ! Decorating ! PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, IN TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. Decorating, Gliding, and Bronzing. EbU mateo 1 urnlE...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 June 1891

,t(f r . ,)- iq.1jv-v"t'- , ,t--T't 1 " " . J I - j. . H '" i THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 21,1891. 23 I.XT -v - UEAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS. FHIDAY, JUNE 12. Thomas B. Brooks and Moses 11. Pajye (trustees) to John W. Swninson, lots 17, Is, and 10, square 1019, . William H. Bean ot ux. otal. to Sarah M. Ilelmcr, part original lot 5, square 771, $ . Bernard Hrookor ot ux. to Margaret E. Cor son, part lot 2, square 809, 19x100 feet, $2,050. Chapln Brown and Job Barnard to Budolf Uoldschmid, sub. lot 1, square 889, SO feet on Eighth street and 24 f eot 1 Inch on II street, 45'QOO. Wiliinm E. Clark ot ux. to Theo W. Bed lord, lots 100 to 107, inclusive, square 70,Ward ct al.'s sub., $17,25-1.37. John Cammack ot ux. to Charles Elsenmen ger, lot 23 and south 17 feet of lot 24, square 69 5 550. Hcllen C. Davis to James B. l. Meeds, jr., part original lot. 7, square 703, 44 feet 3 inches ou Third streot. $ . Walter 8. Eaton et ux. to Jacob S. Bedman, lot 0, block 7, Eninghanl Placo, $1,000. F...

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

2-4 TtiK SUNJDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 21. 1S91. frfri i1 ' ' ipi wiiat to no to sucimi: the bkst IUiSUITSIN'UUlT.mjffc. Hints About l)ciiHti VUh Architects and Contractors Don't Expect tbfjJot a7,000 House for'aA Kxp'ciVuftuVo of $3,000. Ladies' Home Journal. t.v5 'jtV It is only fair for mc to confess at ouco that all I liavo to offer Is a few worils of advice to the inexperienced, which, in the case of those who have become addicted to the house-building "habit" (so it may be described, for it has chains which hold the victim down) will surely be superfluous, though even they may find in what I have to say a reinforced truth. It is a "habit," this of house-building, for, by com mon testimony, any one who builds once, however disappointing that experience may be, Trill certainly build again. First, then, as to the architect and contractor. Beware of those "ready-made' plans which are so familiar on the news-stands, and which convey the impression that a diguifled colonial mansion o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

fWWNrwr ?.-'- ' , 1 r s t'" f r"r t--- t .. V k - U ' f ' knfr Wtklig jftatixmal 2titlUgti:c:tt,. tjf. liA a- 4 VOL. XXVI. , f. WASHINGTON.SUNDAYJUNE 28, 1891. 20 PAGES. . NO.15 4' --v-i --'" to ll9t'mvB'f.r"it!' lf Stanton W! . WASHINGTON 11 ARLINGTON RAILWAY COMPANY. (Chartered by Act of Congress February 28, f89l.) OFFICE : Eoom 68, Corcoran Building. This charter 1b one of tbo most valuable1 Btreet railway franchises granted by Congress for some years, and the road, when completed, will give direct communication between the citv of Washington and Arlington. T JULIE KOUTE. Tho lino of route as prescribed by the charter Is: 'Beginning on Sixth street near B north west; along B street and Virginia avenue northwest to Twenty-sixth street; along Twenty-sixth street to M 6trect; along M street and Canal Koad to a point on tho Potomac Klver at or near tho point known as tho 'Three Sisters,' where tho said company Is hereby authorized to construct and maintain a bridge across the Potoma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

i- ".p. iiiiiwwwHiPHNwaMiiiiinaiiri W V" Jfc -iHrwn ijfX- ,Vj t f ' n fc fc ? -i. rv- o THE SIMPLY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK '1891. rj jj ' flj -ft- --vMijUM HfrftjuUJi ilH .gw 1g SnpP 1 r tt ,. -U-.' DAYS AT GLEN ECHO. SKETCHKS OV PEKSONS A'1 KVJ3NTS AT THE NATIONAL CIIAUTAUO.ITA. I'lcctinj; Glimpses Info Inviting Tent Interiors Lectured, Concerts, and Such Ijlko Zttiss Jnno IWcnrte Welch Notes of Prominent People There has been a great deal of mnscultuc anguish of soul in times past, as well as in tho present, lest woman in acquiring a taste for intellectual pleasures should grow less domes tic, but one has only to walk through Glen Eclio to see what bosh that idea is. Nothing is plainer to be seen thero than that a woman is a woman still, although she attends two concerts and three lectures every day of the week, besides tho C. L. S. C. Tho flies of numerous tents at tho Glen Echo grounds aro fiuug wide open at an hour of tho day that a citizen would consider heathenish, but which tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

.A -.-'-MM.,f-''"-' ofr- .,-'-. s r v 4 c- IA '(' " TWK SCTNJDAY HERALD.SUKDAY, JUNE 28, 1391. S -ar- TO BE CONTINUED. T1IK SCMMKll OfKHA. SKASON AT THE NATIONAL (lOHS RIGHT ON. I.ccocq'n "(ilroflo-GlroflH" for Thin Week With a Good Cust Prouraiuino of tlio ltonofltto Doorkeeper lluokltiRluiin Stngo Notes. A6 originally planned, tbo Bummer opera season at tbo National Theatre was to have closed Inst night. But the success of the Into performances and tbo good patronago Induced Manager Rapley to continue the1 engagement. Mr. Sam Fort, who has been In cbargo of tbo company up to the present, will now retire to devoto himself altogether to his Baltimore entorprIse,"Bnd Mr. Rapley will himself man agchiB light opera company for the balance of tho season. MIrs Lamont will also rettro and rest for the prosent, while Walter Allen will go with Mr. Fort to Baltimore. Mr. Rnploy'wlll continue the season at his bouse as long as the patrons desire it. This 'Week Lecocq's rollicking comic opera,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

V . ft, iM . A - " THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 28, 1S91. ! t I 1 A i iM $ f" nccflig QUrfionaf 3nfcfftgcnccr. the National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 136. , - .. . ii - ,-. r .U..I..B ...- Entered nl tho Tost OJllco nt "Washington, t. C.i ns Second-class Matter. J. H.SOUIE, I A.T. nKNSEY, i" Proprietors, Editorial ntnl Publication Wllcou South west Cor. lltli nnd E Sis. N. TV. X0TI0E TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, tnoncv order, or checks on Kew York or Wash inalon. When checks on banks in other cities arc rit t?ic cost of collectionwUl be deducted. The Editor of TnE Sunday Herald can riot uwlcrtafrc to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to justify publication will be wel comed 'rom any one, and if valuable will be void for. Cont...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

I ,rfKrt(lrMIrTr--(afr,'x. ' -- - -r-V .-H'II'. M .? 4.rtW.. -Hl" v )g f 44 f t 1 l j ttl THE SUNDAY HBRAtD, STJlrA.V. TtMfe 28?191. rfr f GOSSIP OF THE GIRLS. Alioo Confides to Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. My thuh Louise: With tho pas8lngof Juno thu last trnco of social Hfo disappears from tho Capital. Not that "tho world and his wlfo" go away to fresh fields rind pastures now somo prominent figures In social life beltovo in Washington as a summer resort but thoro ' Is not, tho slightest effort made toward keep ing up tho convobtlonal foimsof entertain ment Tho summer opera like tho poor, wo have always with us at least at this period of the year. 'And this entertainment Is a groat boon to tho stay-at-homo people, though why somo folks attend Is to mo one of the mysto ries. I was led to speculate on, tho subject by tho behavior of a quartette of young pooplo occupying seats In tho orchestra a few ovon lngs since. The two girls of tho party wero quite attractive in appca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

J" t y .1 -1 1 ' h T'm - -, ffvnrmwrt, " .wMtw,nf',t1 , 4 iitt -vy afc-ii.w,mnn'it ' THEtIDA HDSRAjIVE). STJN0D-A1Y. IUNE28," tS&l. 6 IB -. . ,, . . .. 1.,Jlrr1T..tfr1rM FIRST GRAND AUCTION SALE OF LOTS at DURHAM, N. C. jTTijrsr "7", 3, Jkjsrxy &, 1891, BY THE i J Ot V IV I.' h DURHAM CONSOLIDATED LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO, Conducted by W. O. Beckenbough, the Renowned Auctioneer of Baltimore, Md. . - EXCURSION TICKETS at GREATLY REDUCED RATES for the round trip will be on sale at all stations of the Richmond and' Danville Rail-- rofd; tlie, Lynchburg and Durham, and the Durham and Northern. There will be a Grand Public Auction Sale of fine residence and business lots in the beautiful, well-drained, and healthy West. End Suburbs of Durham, N. C, on the 7th, 8th, and 9th of July. m ;.'-..' "' The lots will be sold at auction without reserve. No prices fixed or limit put on the lots advertised for sale. These lots are beautifully located and adjoining the great Trinity College Gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

ft thSsunday HiBRA.i,r,sxlrcfeiY, jxjnkss, is&i. ... t.j4aur.v u , iiiii , rfSfrfai 7- :v THE AMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. First nontenant 13. K. West, Sixth Cavalry, has been granted three months' leave. Major lim.ll Adam. Sixth Cavalry, has been granted two months' extension of leave. Colonel II. C. McrrJam, Seventh Infantry, has boon granted one month's extension of leave. Second Lloutcnant A. II. Sydenham, Fifth Artillery, has been granted two months' ex tension of leave. Brigadier General A, V. Groely. Chief Sig nal Offlcor, has beou ordered to New York City on olllcinl business. Leavo of absence for three months on sur--gepu's certtneato of disability Is granted Major llllam II. Hell, commissary of subsistence. First Lieutenant George It. Burnett, of the Army (rotlred,) has been detailed for service -as professor at Fairfield Seminary, Fairfield, Captain Jacob II. Smith,- Nineteenth In fantry, uaii been relieved from duty at Colum bus Barracks, Ohio, and will proceed to j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

vnwiummmiiiHkM sb ,. ;i rHB SiJftlJAY HERA'LD. SUNA.J'UNB 2S. 1891. B tnmmt't wmtCmmm I M . ! J ..I M is 2 I'l I M U n ii r t I1 4 I ft THEY PLAYED GOOD BALL. BUT THK HOMKTKAMWAS FINAUt DOWNED IIV THK ATHLETICS. It Took Ton Inning to Settle It Frco ninn, tho Now Pitcher, aiakoi ft Good Impression Base-Ball News In Gon crul. When Umpire Bob Ferguson stepped up behind tho homo pinto yesterday and called "Batter up! Play ball I" thero wcro nearly 1,800 people within the park. A large num ber were ladies, whoso presence In tho grand stand added considerably to the animation of tho scene. Tho preliminary practice was watched with interest, especial attention being given to young Freeman, tho now pitcher re cently Becurcd from tho Pennsylvania League. Ills work yesterday was creditable. Intbo first inning things looked decidedly favorable for the Nationals, as after securing ono run thrco inon reached their bases in safety, but Hatfield, on whom considerable de pended, did not meet expect...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

t-cr -fa iV TVJtw SjesoV .. -iMfswri'---" smWS1j'' JUtfr 3BH$lil4g $&txm&l 3nt&iUjgmtf j ESTABLISHED 1800. JTJME2S.1S91. it PAGES 9 TO 12 ABOUT SUMMER RESORTS. LOCAL STOCK MARKET. I BAB'S VIEWS ON SOMK RATDEU TIJIEtX MATTERS. Woman'H Ideal "Summer Kenort "What Slio "ExpoctB to Find When tho Amor ioan Man Ib Abroad An Anthor'n Kxcubo for Jndns iToronio K. Joromo and Itudynrd Kipling When Yon'ro Aivay Thin Summer What to T)o and Wlint Not to Do. Correspondence of Tun Sunday Hkuald. New Yoiik, June 30. Everybody meets you with tho sumo question, "Whore are you going to spend the summer?" and everybody Is full of places to which they advise you not to go. Tho ideal summer resort seems to be some thing unobtainable to the fomlnlno mind. She wants Bait water to bathe in, and yet she prefers that the salt water shouldn't bo bil lowy, and knock her down. Then she wants a sandy beach, but not one that's too sandy, and which will cauBo Its grains to get into her low shoes, but sti...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

VVqpikJytHim1' -Ww W.W -M-rttJfcV--w -ffWr- 4, 'JVTfsww.a . " rVv-vPlflMtfdl'W-t V , r 4.-'' V -. I a f V .- I a, " 'W'rfY-,'- jmvjwi . - rA,a V"'," - - . . 4. ", . 2D THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 28H1891. v 'W'i1 i iJ"WtJW-fii'i a ft i IS Lte- SOCIETY IN JUNE Wedding Marches the Favorito Music of the Month. TO SEASHORE AND MOUNTAIN The Summer UoRlru From tho City Sow In Full Movement Many Woll-Kno vn Fcoplo Going to Kuropo l'orsonal Notes nnil Gossip About Social I'avorltcs. Mis Ella Louise Macartney, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Macartnoy, of Q street, aud Dr. Francis Ransom Lane, principal of tho "Washington High School, were united in wed lock on Tuesday evening by tho Rev Dr. Bart lett. Tho marriage was solemnized in tho New York-Avenue Presbyterian Church in the presenco of a largo and brilliant gather ing. The ushers wcro Messrs. Tileston F. Chambers, Ray Fry, George Provost, and "Victor Kauffman. They led the way in the bridal procession, followed by the groomsmen, Mr. Rice...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

, e'V'fW'"W,'," i v . e J rf THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNB 28, 1891. 11 SOCIETY IN jfaE. The mnrrlago of Mlstf Nottlc Donnelly to Mr. Jacob Brill was solemnized at tho homo of tho bride, Prince street, Alexandria, Wed nesday evening, tho 24th Instant. Tho Rev. Father Cutler, of Alexandria, officiated, as sisted by tho Rev. Father Chester, of George town College. Tho brldo looked exception ally protty In a gown of croam India silk, trimmed with Spanish loco, high Medici col lar. After tho ceremony tho guests repaired to tho dining-room, which was decorated with flowers in great profusion. Tho lawn In tho roar, strown with easy chairs and Illuminated with hundreds of Chinese lanterns, was con verted into a pleasure gardon, where tho guests' remained until a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Brill left on the 11:08 train for Boston and Newport, where they will spond a month. On their return they will resido in Alexandria. Among those present from Washington were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brill, Mr. an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

. --- --1 f n " V . 12 THE SUNDAY MEELAJD, SUNDAY. TUNE S3, 1891. i I I : It I m I : d I j. IF I NEWS OF THE LODGES. MANY MATTERS OF INTEREST TO MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITIES. Successful Excursion of Centennial Lodgo The After-Lunch Club Brother FuRltt's Hlrtlulny Itoohnblto nnd Golden Croso Notes The Inilo 'pondent Mechanics. Tlio following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings ot the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges, Masonic Templo Washington Centennial No.. 14, Wednesday, 1st; La Fnyctto No. 19, Thursday, 2d; Lcba-. non No. 7, Friday, 3d. A. A. 8. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: 06lrls No. 20, Wednesday, l6t Blue room: Columbia No. 8, Wednesday, 1st. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friimy, 3d. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Columbia, No. 1, "Wednesday, 1st. Masonic Hall, Pennsylvania avenue and Nineteenth street Mount Horeb No. 7, Thurs day, 2d. Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Templo Columbia No. 2, Friday, 3d. Masonic Hall,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

tiH fl '45' ., T- T1 . t ft MW .j ,4 ,fti, i iVn& 39I$ltlg Jl&iitftr&l tllgttjctt 1'' -5 i':-i. SUNDAY, TTJNJE 28, 1891., PAGES 13 TO 20 -A ' ttk. M MJjjH K 11 k B jHpV ?Hf5 H frmHdw n if Wtis mLwm 1 M WASHINGTON BRANCH. SOAIK ATTRACTIVE LOCATIONS FOR MVBURDAN HOME9. "TKo Komnrkntilo Growth of Tills Section In tlio Lnst Fow Tours Tho New Towns That Have Sprung Up and tho "Won derful Improvement of tho OlilorOneB. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Wash ington Branch, by offering every facility "frequent trains, rapid travel, and accommo dations to freight and to passengers within the last ten years has been the means of building tip beautiful towns and suburban homes, adding vastly to tho wealth of Prince George's and Montgomery counties, Md., ex tending as far north as Laurel in the former county and to Boyd's station In the latter. Within a low years one could ride from Washington to Lauiel and observe a few scattering country homes, miles apart, and but a dozen passenge...

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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