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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

. f 9. at ,... -v. f-.j A if c f I!! Mi 1-4 THE STJNJDJVY HERALD, SUNDAY. JXJNK 2B. 1891, si- MnvnMsmnca u. At -. JLo. V , H f ? I I t 1 K ! i l?l '. I ' f I 1)0 i :i I i EM tn Sfrcttl fcfc)C ifcttU N ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OP 14.05 JT feSXltDElST. Has only a low of those beautiful lot left la u Annesleigh Turk" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if he concludes to cell them, it having been established they fire in one of the best locations for suburban residences around tho city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful ccenery, and a select ncichborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. CEO. H. MANT, JK. TO. B. TOBriN, PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. E. Q. GUNSON. L. C. JUSTIOB. GUNSON & JUSTIGE, Real Estate Brokers, G06 F 6TBEET IV. W. We have a fine business property on F STREET, BE TWEEN SIXTH A...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

' r- THE STJNIDA.Y HERALD, SUOTAY, TUN 28, 1891. 15 V ff THE BOOKS THAT PERISH. Are All tho ItotlHor Our Tlxno Dentinal to Decay Utterly Within a Oontury ? Jtfew York World. Tho Into Roborfc Cartor, the author anil edi tor, used to say that II all tho book's In tho langungo except Bartlotta "Familiar Quota tions" could bo destroyed he would undortako to produce eomo excellent literature. And I once heard Charles Edwards Lester, a brilliant man of letters In his day, who died last year In Detroit, make a plausible argument to prove that tho world really lost nothing by tho burn ing' of tho Alexandrian Library. ThcBo elaborato jests must soon clve place to a sorlous alarm; for tho books that are being nuule to-day will perish In a fow years. They aro brought Into the world with prin ciple of decay in every loaf, and tho cycle that the matorlala must travel before they reach oaal u tho dust from which they came has been greatly reduced. Walk past any paper mill, and you may observe rou...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

WTW ft .- - J . . . 7 IW'1 ,. r-Wr'"friV'V-yi ,. ,..... -j . "? ii' t-v,.,..tri -m a, , a . a a mi .,...,.. x v v '-" JfltSUlMlfiifc - -- .-r. fk- &?--. s - I 1 U.V"kv .mu && M$iw.inmweaMHNMm. -Qim n,,Minnw wuW MMWWwU WflWwKiiituitiwwmiMW w( ntfrin, jfrfr . ' H V A t. -Mwr,r-,t' w!i WtwwrtsiR'i 16 THE .X3TN32)!A:Y'faBSRA.ar. SUNDAYJUNB 28 ; 1891 SEVENTH STREET. CAUSES WHICH HAVK STARTED A NEW KKA FOR THE REGION.', The Antt-rool tnw Had llio One-ltllc-Ijimlt Law Aro Having n Good Effect Improvements and Development On der Way. . One of the peculiarities of Washington real estate transactions is the manner In which activity in sales jumps from one section of the city to the other, and there the interest of every local agent is attracted for the time being. Finally the property is all taken up or held by the owners at prices too high for the purcha6crof ordinary means and then a new field is sought. For some time, perhaps, the market is firm but dull, and few transfers arc ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

THE StJNDAY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 281891. 17 ) ner r- ti X Kf - jHin WWWWiT(T" VVJ ARCHITECTS' COMPETITIONS. Tho Abnnoii nnil the Uses of the Prevail ing Sffftteim Now York Architecture unci Uutldlns'. "While we rccocnlze the creat disappoint ment, loseee, and unfair and aggravating treatment to which architects are frequently RUbjected in entering competitions, yet we believe that the sentiment with architects, taken as a whole, is that competitions are desirable it fairly conducted and under the guidance of competent committees of award. The trouble is not with competitions, but with tho manner in which they are con ducted, and tho attitude of the pub-J1 GommltteeB seem to regard tho competitors much as they would business men submitting samples of merchandise, and seem to feel un der no obligations, in most cases, to consider designs on thoir merits in themselves or rela tively to tho terms of the competitions. The resultB under such circumstances are neces sarily disappointing to a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

-1" AS.MixuvtMt - -v. . ? r)ft ...y y ( , t? . -IWS 'V XWJl.4, 4 n"8sS&Hj&KnwrlSWiii. -X IS THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. ITJKE.2H.1S91. TT SUrelyifcjecfcs - . -v "- (11 )! I?' JOSEPH MATHI, Tin and Sheet-Iron Worker. STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES. Manufacturer of supplies for Bakers, Butchers, Dairy Farmers, Milkmen, Painters, ConfccUonors, Ice Groam Dealers. DAIRY LUNCH ROOMS FITTED UP IN FINEST STYLE. 101 9 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Prompt Attention to Jobbing. 'Phono 710. Work Guaranteed. J. W. BARKEK. THE LARGEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WASHINGTON FOR ESTABLISHED 1874. The Bronson Steel Water Tolbe Boilers J. GBRMUILLEE, ARCHITECT, :: f .4 0j WAMGTOMRTTILECO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. yioor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING , WWIill -r AND -V trrwi-' t wrrv 'DECORATING.. X-0 SEVENTEENTH STREET...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 28,1891. 19 REAli ESTATE TRANSFERS. VJUDAY, JU.NB 10. Kate B. AtkiiiB et vir Jos. L. to Henry R. Naylor, lot 7, square 803, Wilson et al. (trustees) sub., subject to trust of $5,000, $8,500. Walter II. Acker tt ux. to Emma J. Macliacl, soutlicaBt 18 feet 2$ Inches on north Capitol street of original lot 4, square 085, $8,500. Sigmund J. Block et ux. to Jnmos G. Nny lor, jr., an undivided i Interest In lots .37 and 38, squnro 023, $1,000. Gcorgo J. Bradbury to Mary C. Taylor, wife of Stanley, lot 10, block 0, Twining City, $175. Irving W. Boswoll to James A. Harvey, lot 12, Bquaro 782, Sinoot's sub., subject to trust of $2,000, $3,750. Colby M. Chester (trustee) et al. to John G. Kohr, lots 202 to 205, inclusive, 237 to 242, iucluslvo, 255 and 250. sauaro 1004, $12,000. Cotnmrs of D. C. to John Wagner, part lot 40, Old Gtn, (square 10;) tax deed, $ . James T. DuBois, etux. to Marguret J. Brooke, west 25 feet of lot 15, Sherman's sub., on west ido of Ken...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 June 1891

.s . - --.,.. . jWh, y-ytiUwWiiw U AJWUiOrf --'B-MitTJ?l I I' " so THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. TUNE 28, 1391. Jfr lit h i. K i '' ft 1 , o. MAltlM BASUK1RTSKFPS HOME. Tito Villa at Nice Where the Strnnge Genius Rompctl, "Wrote, ami i'nlntort. Cor. Chicago Inter-Ocean. You look through the handsome gate of the villa upon a large, well-kept, natural-looking gnrdcu, full of palms, eucalyptus, Spanish bayonet, and roses. From within you sco this gate traced upon the band of delicious blue sea without, llko black laccwork. You fol low the winding path and come to two villas, a larger one and a smaller one. In a corner of the garden on the street is a littlo terrace, a spot Tor taking after-dinner coffee upon, or for watching the driving or the gay dofilo of Tchiclcs on 'the days of the battles of flowers. There are roek-work, stone benches with the letters M. B. interlaced In the pattern of their carving, and stouo flower boxes In the shape of old tree trunks, all the designs of Marie Bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

fZZZjZpliqgjtfr?t ff t V I i i Stufr Wlwklig M&titxntxl IntiUgnjoer, VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON.SUNDAYJULY 5. 1891. SO PAGES. NO. 16 Hmmki THE DEAD AND THE DYING. TKRItim,K RAILWAY WRKCK IN WBST VIRGINIA. Thirteen Persons Killed, Four More Dy ing, Many Other Seriously Hurt Corn Filled With KxcurHlonUU Thrown From u Hlch Trestle and CrtiHhecl to Splinters. Charleston, W. Va., July 4. Tlio worst wreck ever known In this pnrt of the State, II not the worst thnt ever occurred in the State, occurred at about 8 o'clock"thl8 morning on the Kanawha and Mlchlgannallwa3,elght miles west of here. The passenger train for Colum bus pulled out from here with two carloads of excursion l6to, among them the Order of United American Mechanics, who were going to Pocas. The wreck occurred on a high trestle. The sleepers had caught fire during the night and burned so that the rails spread under the train. The engine and baggage and mall car passed over safely, but the two coaches were thrown from the tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JULY 5. 1891. S MAKING RAIN TO ORDER. THE VAKIOUS SCHEMES SUGGESTED BV SCIENTISTS AXD OTHKIIS. Xittlo rou;t That Concussion Una tho Effect or Precipitating JUolsturo Tho Experiments of General Dyron forth and tho Kxpectcu Iicsults. It liaB long been sought to ilovlso some means whereby the blessings of rainfall might b o soniewhatcqually enjoyed; that Is to any, where rainfall might be a blessing and not a disaster, 'and there might not bo disaster Srom Inck thereof. Many schemes, more or less rational, have been devised. Among them was that of Professor Espy. In 18311 Espy suggested a plan for compelling naturo to unloose tho pent-up volume of moisture ouspended aloft. lie proposed to build great ilres to heat tho air, upon tho theory that warm air "rising to a height where, owing to a diminished pressure, it would expand, was by tho expansion, cooled, thereby condensing and eventually precipitating its vapor." The AustralianGovernmcnt,in 1804,proposed to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

THE; 8GNDAYHBRALD, SUNDAYJULY 5. irtl. 3 LtiiiJTv rv ra ""i fp TUB AUGUST REGATTA. I.OCAl. CliUlliUUN HUSY ABKANOISO Till: PIIUM.MINAKIKS. Generous KosiionHCH to tho Ajipcul for T'umlH to Defray KxpotiKcn Mr. Ko vap'n yuoor Ilnntllciipnlng-Gcncriil "Kowlnj nml Athletic Nowh. From this time out tho clnbs of this city will devote tlioir energy to making tlio ap proaching National Regatta tho greatest aquatic meeting of the year. The locnl com initteo from the threo clubs nre at work pro paring their pinna. Tho chief tnsk nt proseut Is to get sufllclcnt subsoriptions to guarantee tho expenses of the regatta. Tho first returns have been flattering, and the prospects aro good that tho whole amount necessary will bo met by generous contributions. The com mitteo proposo in a few davs to publish the names of all donors of cash. The city has been subdivided ofT, and tho threo clubs, Ana lostans, Columbia8, and Potomacs, have their agents hard at work in their respective dis tricts. The secre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

W ' V -WF !"' 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1891. ecRis (Uaftonaf 3nfcftgcnccr. The National intelligencer ESTABLISHES 1805. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHES 1SS3. Entered at thol'ost Oftlco at Washington, I). C us Second-class Mnttcr. J. H. SOUIil "2, j. sky, i ....Proprietors. A.T. ITTEN Kditorinl ami Publication nnicon South vcst Cor. 11th and 12 Sts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (In advance) per year $3. GO Remittances should be made by postal note, mane) order, or checks on New York or Wash ingtui. fVhcn checks on hank in other cities arc stntthc cost of collcctionwtU be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unwed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute nexes of sufficient imparlance to justify publication will be wel comed tiom any one, and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors arc respectfully requested to re frain from se...

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

HW'ttl xxZ&MM M THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 5.1891. GOSSIP OF THS GIRLS. Alice Conflclos to Dear Louise the Go'mtj3 On in Washington. M UliAii Loutsn: Absolute stagnation de scribes society heic. Tho Fourth of July seldom finds tuiy of tho fashionable element within tho city's gates, and the cvodus to Europe has beou very large this j ear. It is now pretty thoroughly understood that the summer trip abroad is an economical move by those who must go somewhere. The oxorbi taut pi ices asked for moderately comfortable accommodation! at tho leading resoi ts in this country hnvo much to do with turning tho tide of summer travel to Europe. Home of the early goers, to whom expense is nothing, are already making tho leturutrlpto enjoy August at Nowport and Bar Harbor. Miss Hattto Blaino, who went abroad in April with Mrs. Don Cameron, is expected shortly at Bar Harbor. She is making the voyage homo under the chapcrouago of Mrs. Whttelaw Reid. Occasionally, liko Rosa Dartle, I want to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

"S' t,i( vwtw - f:-v-rtsv n-,v , 4- 4 . M1 6 VHK SUNDAY HKKALU .SUNDAY, JULY 5. lMfca. TkB ARMY AND THE NAVY & : GLEN ECHO'S FOURTH. riiKNTY Or riKEWOKKS, atUSIC, FUN, AND SPKKCIiatAKING. It Win nn Old-Fashioned Celebration nnil the Blc Crowd Knjoyod Itself G. A. It. Men Go Out in Force to Attend, A good old-fashloued noisy annlvqrsary o the Declaration of Independence began In Glen Ecbo at midnight sharp, first with the ringing of the three blc bells at tho gate. Then followed firing of crackers, pistols, guns, and the din of many melodious voices trying to keep up with a bugle call, and the buml bum! bum! of the big bass drum. All the old boys as well as young Americans on the grounds contributed their quota to this midnight jollification. The jolly fellows pa raded up and down the walks and serenaded everybody promiscuously. Tho rallying cry was, "Siss, boom, Glen Echo, Glen Echo Chautauqua!" and tho echoes took up and re peated the salutation until the merry fellows reached ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

gmrgtaag. i 1 M THB SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1891. i BMiffllPml I ( MARYLAND MEMORIES RKCAtTitil) MY XnE UNVEILING OF THE CATVEBT MONUMENT. Tho Evmitfitl History or the Town of St. Btnry'R Tho Oomploto Boliglous Free dom Allowed By tlio Catholic Set tlor ivnl tho X.ntoi Persecution. Corrcsnondeneo of The Sunday HkiiaIjD. St". Mauv's City, Mi., June 29. Tbc re cout unveiling boro of the monument to Leonard Culvert, the first odlonlal Governor of tbo Statu, hn3 turned the eyes of all Mary land once more lo this spot, so sacred In tbo annals of Its curly days and deeds, and tho patriotism suggested by tbo occasion has brought buck to theso old shores many a wanderer from scones aud associations of other days, tt 13 hard to look around upon this almost houseless plain and realize tho record of hiBtory that upon this spot where I now stand two towns bavo risen, have filled tho mensure of tholr destiny, and have passed away. Yet It la so. Here upon the banks of the fair St. Mary's 6t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

TJKK SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JULY o. ltfl. -A- BREAK FOR BXJ-3I3STE3SS. 8 I i i : : j UN Take your Choice of EVERY FANCY CASSIMERE. EVERY FAXCY CHEVIOT SUIT IX TUB HOUSE Mavlced $15, $l(i.r0, and $1S for S5 X C3fE$C3 SACK OR CUTAWAY. All sizes and an immense variety to select from. You can tell tJie, cost to a cent, just what they've been selling for allalong, for we haven't "doctored" a ticket. YOUR CHOICE OF HUNDREDS of CHILDREN'S T WO PIECE, SHORT PANTS SUITS that were $2,50 and $3 for Every Stitch has .been taken Every pattern selected with good sizes 4 to 14 Years. TWO VICTORIES IN ONE DAY THE NATIONALS DOUBLE WINNERS ON INDEPENDENCE DAY. The Homo Team's Well-Earned Success Received With Enthusiasm by the Largest Crowd That Have. Attended a Washington Gauio in Years. The morning game at the National Park yesterday wbb attended by fully 5,000 people. Every good play wa6 received with a salute of bombs and explosives, and everything was in keeping with the holiday. In the third inni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

mama ut-n rrapaBiSiBssRs 1 JUtft 38Hklg H&tijcm&i XtttHU0ttgtt, ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JULV6.1891. PAGES 9 TO 12 NEW YORK SMALL TALK. THIS IS THE 5TH OF JULY. Wht Stantoni Mnaf A PASSING GliUII'SKS OF I,IFE IN TIIK METROPOLIS. City Swnlns and IiiiBses Who Mnlu Iiovo in Public rinoos Journntj and Jour nivllrtts, and Some Other rooplc, IVltli a Littlo Visit to a nig Bridge. Correspondence of Tint Sunday Hekam. Nnw Yoiik, July 3. If anybody in this city sees anything they wnnt thoy run for It; if any one has anything good thoy hang on to it, and among the GO-ealled middle classes who, by the way, arc at present receiving considerable attention from the press in general, not be cause thoy exactly arc looked upon as merit ing said attention, but because they comprise a comparatively uuworked field among these classes lovo seems to rule supreme. In the elevated railway car, in the parks, in highway and byway, in the precinct of General Grant's tomb and on the benches surrounding the to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

I. S - h -v jw. --... I I io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUIY 5, 1S91. 1-.ilU.U I iufclAfl&fc i I SOCIETY IN SUMMER. STII.T, SCATTKR1NG TO XHK SKA SHOKK AND XHK MOUNTAINS. A lull In tlio Matrimonial Ittnrlcot Where Soino Diplomats Will Spend the Summer Notes AhouL Stany Well Known People. Tho President and Mrs. Harrison enjoyed tho Fourtli of July 'under their own vine and flg tree" at Cnpo May, surrounded by tho dif ferent connections of the family now sojourn ing in this part of tho country. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Dimmick went to Capo May Point on Wednesday for tho season. The President, -accompanied by Lieutenant Parker, of tho Navy, left tho White House on Friday morn ing and reached Cape May Point the after noon of tho same day. The Presidential mansion now passes into the hands of repair ers and decorators, and will not bo occupied for at least six -weeks. Capo May Point is now virtually tho Capital. A quiet but pretty wedding took place at noon on the 30th at St. Andrew's Ch...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

to . a y r ' v -i I '" - 1 ,. J-W3 I LONDON BAZAR REMO We arc about getting ready to make extensive improvements in our store, and we therefore need all the room we can get, and in order to do this we have decided to cut the prices on all our goods. We are giving you ONE-HALF, or JFTFIT IFIEIR, OZEZNTT. OZF1 OILST ALL OLOAKS That means that you can buy these goods for One-third of what they cost to make ; also, on our BLOUSES, in all colors, we give TWENTY-FIVE PER C&NT. OFF. We have decided that all goods must go, so we put the knife in all departments. What's our loss is your gain. We are sell ing all our MILLINERY GOODS BELOW COST, and trim your Hats Free of charge. Our time is too limited to quote prices on following goods: Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Infants' Wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Corsets, Swiss Flouncing's, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ribbons, Flowers, Silks and Feathers. But you can buy the same from to-day on 50 per cent, cheaper than elsewhere. Call early and attend our ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

-. t V I.).? ',1H9!f"' ,...,,, r P s4n- -- - , V VA -r ' t TlrlK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 5. 18Q1. - r. V NEWS OF THE LODGES. MASV atiVTIMiKS OK 1KT12KKST TO .MJSMKUKS OV VttATKIMJlTlKS. Thu tifo llnmbcru f Harmony Lodge Tho Excursion of Lalnyctto Chapter Goodwill Coniiunmlory's IMcnsimt So cinl Kecluiblto Notes. Tho followinc Masonta bodies meet upon the evenings o the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, Oth; Pcn talpha No. '2-1, Monday, Oth; National No. 12, Tuesday, 7tbi Now Jerusalem No. 0, Wcducs day, Sth: St. John's No. 11, Friday, 10th; Hope, No. 20, Friday, 10th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Barmony No. 17, Thursday, flth. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 0th; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, Oth. Masonic Hall, Uniontown Auacostia No. 21, Monday, 0th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Xafayettc No. 5, Tuesday, 7th; "Washington No. 2, Thursday, Oth; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 10th. Masonic H...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

.- H "? wi y "nw f i - T" rvw 1 &fc 3BKmg jE&tiisttad lttiUignctf II SUNDAY, TXJLY 5, 1S91. PAGES 13 TO 20 t;r: :y?rTgstt'?W7Mi2m Iff fill 11 JLUUIJ THE MAKING OF BRIOKS. IT IS A FLOURISHING INDUSTRY IN THE DISTUICT. Over 1,000 Men nml lloyn Employed ut Good Wages Tlio Dally Output About 700,000 Bricks, All of Which Arts lTnod Here. Ono of tho largest local industries, the prod ucts of which aro entirely consumed within the immediate vicinity of Washington, Is the making of bricks. Thero are within tho boundaries of tho District some fifteen firms whose yanla nro almost always actively en gaged in tho manufacture of bricks which form almost tho solo material for construc tion withlu tho city limits. These firms give almost continual employment to over a thou sand men and hoys, whose wage3 range from $1.50 to $4 per day. Tho work is simple and thus men can loarn it easily and find a means of earning n livelihood. As soon as tho dawn breaks tho yards begin to assume an appear ...

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