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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

f "&.. .- B,fc - ""f H 1wo- f'i'MP'HWt'WSV', ''MiWMiMMUUU. JUi Jf.s J , 14 THK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FULY 5. 1S91. $tewl Ussttj SJHsiJtet;s 1B)0fUV5J $ktUrj$KS. 3Jnsii:utfmtos Stewt'S&stttt 2atift ARMESLEiGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, t OP 14.65 3T SSTIWEET. Has only a few of those beautiful lots left In "Armeslelgh Park" at 23 and 50 cents n foot, and will soon double his prices if ho concludes to sell them, it having been established thoy are in one of the best locations for suburban 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 well known. GEO. H. FLANT, JR. WM. B. TUItriN. PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Wa6hineton, D. C. E. q. gunsox. L. C. JU3TICE. GTJNSON & JUSTICE, Real Estate Brokers, 800 IP STREET 3S". "W. We have a fine business property on F STREET, BE TWEE...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

r "SS - -' 1 JH. r- - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1891. 15 RBALi ESTATE NOTES. Tho District Commissioners havo approved 'the changes in tho lint of "West Eckington. Prcntico lucrnbnm has bought for $8,701.00 of. J. V. Lewis lots 8, I), IB, and 14, block 0, Takoma Park. Tlic Commissioners havo ordered that tbo sidewalk on H street, between North Capitol and Font tit streets bo relald. Mr. J tunes F. Dartt has purchased of Charles 'C. M. Loolllor, for $20,000, tho largo brick res idence, No. 1741 K street northwest. Lotllo A. Filltnoro has purchased for $3,500 of T. V. Schneider sub. 57, square 483, 18x85 feet, on Sixth between L and M streets north west. John J. Roche has purchased of John Bacigaluppl, for $G,500, sub. 13, square 523, on N iinil Fourth streets, and Now Jersey avenue Charles Biuun has bought of J. W. Berkoly for $40,8111.40 lots 1, 13 to 20, and part lot 2, square 773, fronting on L, M, and Fourth streets northeast. S. N. Thorn has purchased for $1,000 through ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

w - . I A 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 5. 1S91. . I' w k AT KENSINGTON PARK. Iinpid Development of This Attrnctivc Suburban Town. Tho suburb of Kensington Park, which is eleven miles from the city on the Metropolitan Branch of tho Baltimore anil Ohio Railroad, Is undergoing rapid improvement and lots thero arc being disposed of in large numbers. Fifteen houees have already been built aud Mr. L. F. Dudley has just taken a contract to construct six more. The handsome residence of Mr. B. II. Warner, -which is to cost $12,000 when completed, is now under roof and will be ready for occupaucy by the latter part of the summer. All the streets have been ma cadamized, board walks have been laid throuchout tho subdivision and over seven hundred shade trees have been planted. Dur ing the past week a meeting of the citizens was held, at which it wa6 decided to start a subscription fund with which to erect a Pres byterian church on a lot which has already been donated for that purpose. Sinc...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

p'?pf ft. ' " - - 1 THE SUNDAY HERAM, SUNDAY. JULY 5. 1891. 17 7XMi Aiftw-' V? "r ii ID HAS IN DECORATIONS. Ono Central Iilrii aiunt OnvurnirnKnnm 1h to Look Wall. Pittsburg Dispatch. It is gratifying to observe that dny by day ft greater public Interest Is manifest In the subject of household decoration. It's a pity, however, that this Interest 1b not more logical and does not consider more the motive and less the temporary beauty. Many a woman to-day Is 6lghlng for white washed walls, pine tables and a few rugs only for the iloor, simply because In ber aimless groupings for the artistic she has made a junk shop of her rooms, and accumulated labor that seems endless for tired hands. It Is a pity that some voice cannot go forth like a thunderbolt and warn folks to have a definite object In view when "house furnishing." Oscar Wild made himself the butt and ridicule of the entire press of this country when ho said, about 11 years ago, that his highest ambition In life was to "live up ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

f I IS THEtSUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY o. 1801. nhTttlTr JUxtOdtriTtXllQ. &VJCljii3CXJt:CU E'STABLISHED 1874. J. GERMUILLEK, ARCHITECT, No. 016 E STREET N.W. Pine Dwellings a Specialty. The Bronson Steel Water Tube Boilers h J , ! u ' V ? WASHtSGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PRINTING AND DECORATING-. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MEECEE, Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. All Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. DENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative PAI1TTEE;, 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. "Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Caesar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. inling ! Decorate! r PAINTING IN ALL ITS BR...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

E2ZETE3 :nt?'If',"w" , , r Brw i... fcs.,.rt ,r, t,,.r...t-. ' ,- " '"'' '-h!w8 HJijjfwy ,?V" r?3 .. i.lj.W fy-' -; wy'-w SiT---rT-wi(f1'w wwn"'iiwf ww yuMiit,'H. " 1" - 4 I" ..?& iisSif y v r.. t -- ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 6.1891 19 n i REAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS. I'HIHAY, JUNK 2(1. .lohn T. Anns and Genreo W. Stiokney to Douglas T. Syphax, lot 3!), squaro 812, Smith et. nl.'s Bub., subject to trust of $3,000, $1,580. Sumo to AV. Bishop Johnson, lot 41, squaro S12, In above sub., subject to trust of $2,000, $1,500. ' Maria T. Holt to Georgo IlllI, jr., west part lot 13, square 37, Georgetown, 751 feet more or less on Bridge street; quit claim, $ . Emma A. Balloy et vlr Harry O. to Marv V. Botoler, west 5 feet on II street of lot 24", and oast 10 feet on H Btrect of lot 25, square 1003, Washington Brick Machine Company's sub., $3,000. William II. Baker et ux. to John Chester, east 22x100 feet of original lot 3, square 508, subject to $0,332, $10,500. Augustus Burtrdorf ct ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 July 1891

J MrfjMmwn i 'mum. 't-r. fr "fiOw-yfffftKt'. $ MK.y . vafftff.Tgt tif.r 1 ' v ' T rf 20 THE'SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TULY 5.1891. Yi t i ip x T- 3w 1 "i !' v i1 ' i 4 ill' v KNGTjISUMEX IN NEW YOllK. Somoofthu Kcutons Why Thoy r.llto to Live In America, N. Y. Correspondence 1'ittsbunr Dispatch. The English colony iu New York is largely mado up of young men of cultured, leisurely habits, with champagne appetites and beer Incomes. They are for the most part younger sons of rood education and no calling or pro fession, lu almost every case inquiry elicits the fact that they arc pensioners on homo bounty. They arc living on limited allow ances just enough to encourage respecta bility such allowances being apparently doled out with the view to sustaining lifo without leaving margin 'enough for dissipa tion or a return ticket. In fact, in many instances the allowance is mado conditiou.il on remaining abroad. If they should violato this condition it is work or starve Under the circumstances ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

UIMJLU HSW a fr- - tejrir ' ' ' " tyw - i Taff'rir wsw . .. . .w 'i'-1i, " " . , . ,. .,tHt' - )t.t"M"""t'Min.,., (V(j!trt-' il"ii,raiHt"-',''Wk' . I' i i - ri ' , ., :.. l frf -. ." v i , , . K ' M w: a' Htt& 3ffittig M&ti&wxl ttt&ligi,. feMg1 VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON.SUNDAYJULY 12, 1S91.-SO PAGES. ISIO.17 t ALLIANCE MEN ARE ANGRY A MOVEMENT WHICH MAY DISRUPT THE ORGANIZATION. They Charge That Prominent .Southern Democratic Ooncronsraon Aro at tho llottom or u Scheme to ltronlc Up tho Farinoru' Alliance. Toi'i:i:A, K.vn., Julyjll. Alliance loaders In Kansas aro grcutly chagrined and worried at the action of certain leaders of tho South ern Alliance in calling the Fort Worth, Tex., convention to resolvo against the sub treasury idea. They claim that It Is a scheme of Southern Democrats to break up the Alli ance and that prominent Democratic Con gressmen aro at tho bottom of it. The Kan sas leaders fear this action is but the beginning of a movement that will disrupt the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

-- r ? t " C " ' -' " A , t ; y . . v .L . 2. THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. TULY 12, 1891. MP I hi it- K fc. i )( 0 if, I:. . WOMEN AND SOCIALISM. AN INTERKSTING TAI.K WITH MRS. MARY A. LIVERMORE. She Describes Somo Successful Expcri men h in Co-oporntlvo ltousokceplnp, nml Hns ft Warning "Word to Snj About Corrupting Tendencies In Lltcrjituro. AH womankind have a pretty well earned reputation for being good talkers, but very few retain their influence over others as BpeakorB, and an interest In affaire, after they have passed the ago of seventy years, as Mrs. Mary A. Livcrmoro has. At Glen Echo a few moraines ago a Herald reporter sought an interview with this versatile woman desiring to ascertain her views on some social ques tions. The first question asked was, 'what do you think the effect of socialism would ho upon the lives of women could It become generally practicable?" 'It has been tested, experimentally, at Guise, near Paris," Mrs. Livermoro replied. "When I was last in Europ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

WmMWummHrt T x .t WVu .il tl ,malKismi&& -ses- THE SGNDAYHERALD, SUNDAY, JULY12, 1891. 3 riiEASANT DAYS AT DEER PARK How tho Summer Keniuont Enjoy Them selves at tills Vavorlto Keort. Correspondence or Tuu Sunday Hr.uAi.o. Dekii Pauk Hotel, July 0. The almost unptecedonled continuance of moderate weather for tho past few weeks has prevented Deer Pari; and her sister mountain resort, Oakland, from filling up as rapidly as they 'Usually do. At tho present writing theio aro nearly two hundred vl6ito:s hero and almost as many nt the Oakland hotel. Hosts of jounjr people enliven the grounds hy day, And add tholr cheering influence to tho ball room at night. The daily-growing alacrity and appearance of healthfulncss of worn-out visitors arc patent recommendations of Deer Park as n healthful place to spend tho summer. Every hour of the day bracing mountain 'breezes pour down from tho hills upon tho hotel and noidhboring cottoges, mornings and evenings nro cool, and any possible mid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

-" ' - tf . & -J ttvv ; w "rt45Pj(WJp3PiWWJlf4sijW3t..rtL h (jjS T-n-fi i JL. i A -4 THE SU1SIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1S91. "?t .WsJ-fel fcl3$P 4 :,l If fc I .H ri $ W1 I. i J if. V If. I?.1 i II r r '' a i t I?. . fc !y IM K L-jg ia li if. II I F'. i AND WcdUg Qtaft'onaf 3nfefftgcncer. the National intelligencer tSTABUSHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED U56. Entered wt the Tost Onico nt "Washington, 1). C.t ns Sccond-clnsa Hfnttor. J. H. SOUJ012, A.T.HENSKY, l'roprlotors. Editorial nnd rubllcmtlon OfflcoB South west Cor. 11th and K Stf. N. "W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $8.50 Remittance should be made by postal note, money order, or clucks on New York or TFcwh inglon. MTIicn checks on banks in other cities are sent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not underlain to preserve or return rejected communication. Persons ic?io desire to possess their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. ....

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

iss t37V - I JM-'YH,i', "F5 Jt - f - fV "I "A " ,w"' , V Ir - " " IW' fc. -ll - 4 ..v - . ., . , ik . ... w ui- . ' t 5 I .-- ..- T V " IF r - - THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 12. 1801. ROMANCE IN THE ATR. thk.sk akk days -viikn it is in ONU'S ltONKS. How Women People Their Oviii "Worlds The Hnby With tho Itoltlo-A Southern Jriuntny's View "Tho HoM, Baby in tho World" ThIiiGfl Which CauMako You nnd Others Ilnpny in TIicho .Sum mer Dnj'R. Correspondence of Thk Sunday Hr.itAi.u Nr.w Youk, July 10. It Is the tlmo of year -when romiuico is in one's bones, when one wants to read a romantic novel, swing in a hammock under a shndy tree, think that one is just commencing life again, that one is 10, and that the gallant, gay cavalier will soon rise up to claim his own true love. These days of romance, when tho sunshine is bright and tho ilowers are blooming, whon every daisy is nodding its "how do you do," when every black-eyed Susan is tossing its head in a coquettish 6ort of fashion, as mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

FM , jjs-s? rf s f. 't, . . r r, -,---rN-i- -t w ft --. tt-sr i- j wrnTit.i -J C ' - V - fc t -r 4. 1 6 PKE MINDAYHERALD.SUNDAY, TULY fe. 1891. , 1 , S u 12 V' ( T t l 1 I 1 'I i- ). 3 tf. - y is m IL ? II' IS" i . i II l 1V.I u 1 1 i I.M IC w U LV. n HE WAS SEASICK. . AKI) H13 ISN'T TOO l'KOUI) TOIBLTj ALT. ABOUT XT. A Yornclons Chronicle oT the VnrloRntod Misery That One XouncAInn Kmtnrocl on iv rmons Trip to Knropo Notes I-'rom Ills Diary. It -was about 7 p. m. and in tho early putt of June, 1S90. Smith and I had finished dinner and strolled to Dltpont Circle. Whllo lounging on one of tho scats the subject of a trip to Europe was brought up. ul mean to go this summer," said Smith, "and you'd bettor decide to go with mo. It will be tiresome traveling alone, and there will bo many ad vantaces in traveling together. "Wo can havo a jolly lime, old man, 60 come along; say you'll go." "Can't afford it this summer, l'am afraid," said 1. "May go in a year from now, though." "It won't cos...

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

n?SsLs t .1 V- "21 S ft )(.-. ! ,. u Or y ! . '" yrq A J "9 " AtVWMftgCTfrfttW'. MMM-. ,, . . y . .., . s THESUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1S,9i, i ii MIDSUMMER PLEASURE. HOW TUU HOUItS OF THK WAIIM kvknings Am: wmr,Ei away. Tho Messrs. Saks Give Their Business Fnmlly a Delightful Bntertninmont Tho Kxcurslons of Xogiin Camp, and the Clerics' Benefit Association. SakB & Co.'s IluHlnosB-Fnmlly Reunion. Were thoy all of ono family, no more cor diality could bavo existed titan was displayed at the banquet given by Saks & Co to tbelr employes at tho Echoutzen Park on Thursday evening. Tho nrmngoraents were perfect in every detail, and tho entertainment was pro vided by tho firm in appreciation of tho energy and faithfulness of their employe's in making Sake & Co. ono of tho most prosperous and successful houses in tho country. Tables were spread laden with a bountlrul repast. Professor Stein's orchestra furnished most de lightful music. Beforodancing began a well-arranged p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

-? . . nNiy-v 4? 4 3l . t . .., --T -r .--- .. IT"-- -.3f -! srsfWEmFg-Ksfrnrj-; kv ,- ,( a , t .- .- ttMMa-4' ' v 4 J" -? vT-FT -s . ,-.,, , ..w,,,, .ryjnuiw,, -'.-WitMM4ti'-t h-Fj-TyrhlfiftH I. ja.'WL 1-gi. jffiyh. vT'-r tV - . - ., , rWTd; SUNDAVHERALD.SUNDAY.JULY 12. lRf-u I! UOLUMBUS GETS ON 13. Till! NATIONALS WENT MOWN ItK I'OUK THKJt YESTBKDAV. Tlio Homo To am Worked Hard to Win. ISntThoy Couldn't Hit the Hnll-Gon-crnl Baseball News. Two blnck pickaninnies sat on tbo bench with" tbe Columbus players yestcrdny attcr noon and swung their bare feet to and fro ns they saw their team winning. They were dressed in tattered clothes of tho same shape and pattern, bnd on the same ragged hats,aml looked as if they had been cut out ot the same piece ot cloth. ''Ah, Snyder, my boy, we've got you to-day," yelled Duffco, tho dwarfish left fleldor of Columbus. "Doy i6 mascots," piped Mike Lchano, "and four leaf clovers don't go In do game, see?" There was a good crowd present. Not as larce...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

- Lj i '" .r- n- w' ' i'.'" "jrwn t- 3PqbrLU - i . - t, - - .- -t - - - . . . , -m . T-.M.-. -.- " jj; - - - - -r " .itfckl. wJLI '.irSSK.taS mW8WtWtWNk . ft , .JM., t.VWWAMft ft . A ,. .- - .-. -" .sw fct'Ww- -. VW WfX-lUS: i tto'..-Mryiu mBrtKXXXKWZm-innBnnimmvvw-r - rw -r. "iTr'-riT -t --. ,,-.-.,......,.-. .- .... ...... , 0 ,.;..W'.;.;U.':-, "..u .. ;.u ..viVUA, -VVY rw4&iK i' r JUtft 33Jfel H&iixm&l Ui0m Of ' ' Ht . ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JTJTLV12.1891. PAGE 9 TO 12 CHAP EATS SNAKES A8.WKI.Ij AS ELIES, COCKROACHES, AND OTHER QUEER TIIINGS. Ho GluiiuH to Havo Dovourod Eighty EpffH in Half an Hour and lloliovcs Ho Can Gut Away With Eight Founds of llecfntoulc nt a Meal. Chap Jackson Is an undersized, light-weight colored man, forty years old, who possesses a misfit appetite, which would have excited tho envy of tho Cardiff giant before that eminent humbug passed into a state of osseous desue tude. If Cbap could subdivide his eating ca pacity, he would make his everlasting...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

iC IV "V.., . -. i v - t ,- ' ' - ,"r - V 3 v &rtXmit frflUffhftn ?45, - h,dii Tit VHfrr - " 4. -, ..H" -rr-ffr-yfynf wryr vr 4.n VinHMwe' 4 -J t.uMlM-'vJ- r , itniMth-. ---- -yl -- t . , J WMAjrS - " f nr. ', - -----lf --. .. t . , . -. ' V' "is t U io BftlNG. SOCIETY ON THE NOTES ABOUT TDK MOVEMENTS OF WKLMKOWK PEOrLB. Mny Alrondy located in Tliclr Chonon Summer Homoi, itnd Nearly Every body Kite rinnninsr to Get Awny The Fnvoreil Resorts. Miss Grace Koser, who for tho laEt 6lx weeks has been tbo guest of Miss Jennie O'Laughlln, of 716 Thirteenth street north west, haB gono to her home at Mechanlcsburg, Pa., but will return tho latter part of tho week to attend tho reception of Colonel and Mrs. Wlnslow prior to their departure for Europe. Misses Grace and Jennie O'Laugh Hn will go to Bar Harbor shortly to spend two mouths. Miss Lilly Marine, of Baltimore, Md.. who has been the guest of Miss O'Laugh lin, left for her home on Monday. A pleasant dancinc barge party occurred on Tu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

s-iwn .,..., - " ' , . . dwtMdnNAA . ju Mhr4KMHiMrkMiiiMknB)UtltjJSvk I ' K rttf' r ! i ' THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 12. 1891. 11 m a child's laughteni All tho bells of heaven may ring, ( 5 I i All tho blidH of heaven mny slnp, All tho wells on earth may spring, All tho winds on earth muy bring All sweet Bounds together; Sweeter far than nil things heard, t ' V Hand of harper, tone of bird, Sound of woods at sundown stirred, "Welling wator'o winsome word, Wind In warm wan weather. Ono thing yet there is that none Hearing ero Us chimes be done Knows not well tho sweetest ono Heard of men beneath the sun, Hoped in heaven hereafter; Soft and strong and loud and light, Very sound of very light Heard from tho morning's rosiest height,4 When tho soul of nil delight ' Fills a child's clear laughter. Golden bolls of welcome rolled Never forth such notes, nor told ' Hours so blitho in tones so bold As the radiant mouth of gold Horo that rings forth heaven, If tho gold.crcsted when Woro a...

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

. O THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 12, 18Q1. NEWS OF THE LODGES. "WirAT GOKSON AMOSGTHKimOTH- Bits in aiiDsimaiEK. IVIattrs of Moment to Mnnons Mcettnc of Uio Grnml XiOtlco of Odd I-'oIIotth icclinl)itcs TliinkliiRof AtlnntlcCity Golden Cross Xotoii. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the orvcnlnRs ol the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tomplo Daweon No. 10, Monday, 13th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, Htb; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 15th; La Fayetto No. 19, Thursday, 16th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 17th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G strcot Catho dral: OslriB No. 26, Wednesday, 15th. Bluo room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 15th; Arminiue No. 25, Monday, 13th; Acacia No. 15, Tuesday, 14th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn cjlvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 17th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenuo southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 16th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 13th. Hoyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Templo Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 13; Co...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

vK! I- M4f5P, &&&& $t , $ W 4f p yH-M); - ,t V 4, fo-wiy.. V& K $,wfr 3BIIefelg Eaiiictttal ItitfcUxgjertixi&tf. '!', t i 1 .1 4w r. ' -,t w ft SUNDAY, TULY 12, 1891. PAGES 13 TO 20 pfot nmiy FIRMS THAT SELL LUMBER. TIIKY HAVE DONE A GOOD BUSINESS BUT PRICES AKK LOW. Whoro the Lumber for Wnahtngton BulldlngR Cornea Erom and tho Prin cipal Kinds Used Tho Trade A Hoc tod by Change In Intorlor Decorationo. The fact that tho erection of frame dwellings within tho fire limits of tho District is prohib ited by law, apparently has little or no effect on tho lumber trade. There aro located in Washington twenty-three firms encaged in the lumber business. Most of these are large com panies, employing inauy men and boys at good wngcs,aud representing, at. the lowest estimate, an investment of over $500,000. To obtain an accurate statement of tho amount of business done by these dealers each year would bo diffi cult, but those well Informed place the Bum total at from $1...

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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