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

14 THE SUNDAY JrlKR-AJLD, SUNDAY. XJLY 121891. u. $ k fttttti tSittjC: JljtXTJtJ, ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OF X05 X?" STREET. Has only n few of thoso beautiful lots left in " Artnesleigh Park" nt 25 and 50 cents a loot, and will soon double bis prices if bo concludes to sell them, It having been established thoy arc in one of the best locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of tho conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful eccnery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. ThKST, 311. wsr. b. TonriN. PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. E. Q. GUXSOX. L. C. JUSTICE. GXJNSON & JUSTICE, Eeal Estate Brokers, iOG IF1 STREET jN". TV. We have a fine business property on F STREET, BE TWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH, that will make a good investment. Lot 35x100. Price, $35,000. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of E...

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. — 12 July 1891

pnppBHBBnpHlHBiwaBBraMtpPWWMHMMBf3naMPSJ 1,11 ii i ii inn i ' .J- r - V J- fc 1 lfJ ST i -fn"'' - H A 1 THE; SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. IULY 12, 1891. 15 y cfV'"-v-, REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS. Trnnsfeis In which the c6nlderntIonns nominal nro not Included. KJlinAV, JULY n. Wnrren 0. Arnold ct nx. et. al. to Levi A. Smith, undivided hull part of original lot D, squaro 322, subject to two trusts of 25,000 and .$10,000, respectively, $80,000. Jr.a J. Maker et ux. to Joseph C. Clinton, lot 11. block 22, Laugdon l'ark, $2,000. Oeorgo G. and Honry Hradtey (surviving trustees) to Benjamin Coolcy, west 87 feet of lot 10, squaro fl02, $338. Alfred Day et ux. to Edwin G. Lang, lot 39, Uhltnaun's sub., squaro 010. $525. Mills Dean, ot ux. to Samuel Maddox, lots 5 and 0, square 518. $0,000. John F. Emits and Hugh T. Tnggart (trustees) to Mary E. Smith, lot 30, and east 5 feet of lot 31, in 13. & II. addition to George town, 55 feet on south sldo of Seventh street, $4,250. Michael Fitzgerald, ctux....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JTJ,Y 12. 1891. TO OOST OVER A MILLION. Continued from thirteenth vatic Mr. B. II. Warder is the owner of the Aston 'Building, which is being erected on the north west corner of Eleventh and G streets. The structure covers a lot SOxTO feet, and will bo four btories and u basement in height. It is constrncted of plain and ornamental pressed brick laid in black mortar. On tho first floor tborowill be three large stores. The upper stories, containing some fifty rooms, will be utilized as an apartment house. There will be an ontraucc on G street and ouo on Eleventh street. The building will be completed by tho latter part of October. Tho estimated -cost is between $05,000 and $70,000. Mr. Georcc E. Emmons has charge of the con struction, of which Mr. George O. Aughcrton is tho superintendent. Architect N. T. Ilal lor desicned tho building. Mr. J. W. Collins is tho bricklayer. Tho Ohio National Bank expects to occupy "its now building at tho northwest corner ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

WEMJMaMMMIUlWWMfliM23iBiaaMIIMaaMMIMHMI I 11M1lllll.mjJ HMKagJBfflWMMng'-' tjwtvf 8Ke if'yifffsrvx ' . f" -to " n ". "', "ir 'a JPl 4 .t. w - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUlSTOAYf jtJXY 12. 1891. ,JUJi-, ' ' ti i. JT-.ji ? ? M.-tf 17 ft- Wsj r ,vt '"' iwwMniMijmimiiinMMMiiMMiiBMiMMiMMiMmaMl'wia,)jtf Wgy.Writii.'Itt CTT! TrJf ni? if .-aiiaf. r . ' UtiMT.nx-!:. ", 'v. I- "u, -u-Jfc... iJl uJ. ...i-to ,.,.,..1,1. , i J . . U..j. AjJa.-,. Mil. ROSSELLi "WILL PUSH THEM. Tho Now Street Improvements "Will Jto Done Promptly. uTho men who have boon awardcil the cou- 'tracts for making street Improvements under the new appropriations," said Captain Kos- acll to a IIkrai.d reporter, "will begin work at onco. There will bo no dolay about doing the work. It will not bo permitted. I think good men have got the contracts and will push tho work. It will bo done- systemati cally, ns wo do things in the Army. Tor example, tho work must be begun all over the District at the same time, and I expect to have the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

11 n-w-w.f HM-- - if- - ,1 n. f), , , j. khm, , 18 THE SXJlStUAK;ViEHiA,LlDi SUNDAY, JULY 12- 1891. S'toto5 ?Qs;vd:i SWcfyJfcjfcjcfcsi ESTABLISHED 1874. The Bronson Steel Water Tube Boilers; J. GERMUILLER, ARCHITECT, 4 . . ,1. . v .- kT'i, , JJwwWWPiwHWWWBM . !. i - :, . v r li )! WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, 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 ESTDIATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MERCEE, Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. AH Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. BENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative 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. Painting 1 Deoora...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

lJk-t ,. ,4C ! ,i it- - Wt"- - -!,. fl - MtWKN'K !. WjTjU'k'-ftA', . .' !.! --J . -,.. t . 4V1 M t THE SUNDAY HERALD, SXJNDAYI'TXJLY IS, 1891. 19 ie&vi'V-vt ' ftf- 1 x o f V "w a. nxr -a r Y o ajxt rrtfjch''?. .1 f' ft The : T aw2rtxxj W. T. WEAYEB, Successor to H. P. GILBERT, Dealer in All Kinds o :H ABB WARE AND ALSO i Rubber and Leather Belting, Pack ings, Hose, Lace Leather, Plumbers', Machinists' AND 'CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES, AND DEALER IN Galvanized Bar and Sheet Iron, Cut, Galvan ized, and Wlro Nails, Boiler Rivets, and Sheet Iron. AGENT FOR AMERICAN ANTI-FRICTION METALS. 120S to 1212 THIRTY-SECOND STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. C. STEPHEN BALLARD & CO.'S CELE BRATED COMPRESS BELTS, ETC. . O. n. ZELLKU3. N. L. OHAPrELLB. J, E, SDEOKELLS. .ZEXjXJJSIfcS fc CO., (Successors to N. L. Chappelle & Co.,) Steam and Hot-Water Heating and Vontilating Engineers, And Sole Agents for THE FLORIDA STEAM HEATER 1459 Fourteenth Street Northwest, WashinetonD.lC. Public and private dwellings ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 July 1891

MWHN if If o THE SUNDAY HERALD, SlNDAY, JULY 12. 1891. BRAVE ARMY SURGEONS. STIKItINO TAS.KS OP HKK01C SER VICE IN BATTI.K. facing; Almost Certain Death to Itc llovo the SuflorliiRS of the Wounded Fovr Instances of Surgeons Showing the White Feather. It often happens that those who tlcBervo most praise soldom cot it in the ups anil downs of this world. And it is often, too, that the second-class man hobs tip on the wavo of popular approval serenely, while tho flrst-class man sinks like a plummet amid the waters of oblivion. In conversation with some old Army comrades tho other day, the subject was brought up relatlvo to tho fact that many "lucky" chaps got their names in tho newspapers and histories, while others Xar moro deserving both in character and action were entirely ignored. It occurred to xno then that one of the most meritorious corps of the Army service on either side had boon, in all the accounts of battles and campaigns I have ever 6een, as it were, "Unwept, un honored,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

. A J 4 If, x - A i t i 4. . , , j f , M( t ,. Jittfr 30felr Hatianal tttU$tt VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY 19. 1891. 20 PAGES. NO. IS ' ' ' -i - , .T ti -A W t X . v ' ggflH. Pf GRACE EATON CONFESSES. SA.ID TO HAVE ACKNOWIKDOED THERE WAS A CONSPIRACY. Fresh Developments In the Sensational 1.0 Colnto-Frost Case Tho .Shooting "VFiib No Part or the Original Plnn Miss Katon Now In Ronton. Interest in the sensational Lo Colntc-Frost shooting- affray was revived yesterday by a report that Grace Eaton bad made a con fesBiou. Grace Eaton, it will be remembered, was the interesting and somewhat- mysterious young woman in whoso apartmeuts at 604 Twelfth street George Lo Cointo fired one bullet into his wife and three into Mr. Charles C. Frost, shortly after midnight of Saturday, May 30. There was a suspicion, as intimated in Tub Herald at the time, that a conspiracy existed between Le Cointo and Mies Eaton to place Mrs. Le Cointe and Frost in a compromising position, so as to afford Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

w 'ii X .. . s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 19. 1891. k I' V i! . it r n LOCAL STOCK MARKET. 3JIK DUMtiNKSS CONTIN'UKS AN1 GROWS DUIKER. a'htloRoplilcnl Reflections on tho Situa tion TIio Comptroller's Call nn tlio Natl mini Hanks Tho Opinion of an AcIIto Operator on tlio Situation. It is doubtless not a little comforting to tho members of the "Washington Stock Exchango to reflect that although there was last week an almost total absence of transactions, yet this condition of things Is not confined to any one locality, but is of almost universal appli cation. The present is an occasion whon philosophic axioms and anecdotes even may servo to cheer tho despondency iucidcut to the situation. Tho Historian Allisou, who, by the way, was a writer of no mean abilities on tho subject of finance, 6ays, in substanco: "The world of finance moves as it were in cycles, succeeding each other. A panic is followed by a season of more or less depression; In creasing confidence ensues, resulting i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

'H i ' m i M i THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUKDAY.JULY19, 1891 & ' '. M, nil W-55-s.REL'OHT OF THE CONDITION W"H OF T1IR COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK OF WASH INGTON, At Washington, In tho DlBtrlct of Columbia, At tho close of business July 9, 1601. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $915,238 60 Overdrafts, secured and unsecur ed . 1,858 44 U. 8. bonds to secure circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, claims, etc 10,000 00 Duo from approved reserve agents ,........ 102,090 85 Due from other national bank6., 31,247 C9 Duo from State banks and bank ers 1,700 83 Banking house, furniture, and fixtures....) 73,079 21 Current expenses and taxes paid.. 480 45 Chocko and other cash Items 8,(359 77 Exchanges fot clearinghouse 21,942 00 Bills of other bariljB.-t. 1,190 00 Fractional paper currency, nick els, and cents 1,887 93 Specie 141,874 00 Legol-tender.notoB 83,055 00 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (5 por cent, of circula tion) 2,250 00 Total $ 1,445,360 83 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In $250...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

, i .' i 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUTY 1&T1S91 91 & to I I ih m r i ; ill &! ri ;;ii it iPt- IT M ii s tl ? i A'D Wccftic Qtaftonaf 3nfcfftgenccr. THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1890. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1S36. Xntercd nt tho Post Ofllcc nt Washington, i. C. as Second-class Mntfcr. ir.H.SOUM', 1 Proprietors. A.T.HEXSBY, j XdltorJal and Publication Ofllcos South west Cor. 11th and K Sts. ". W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on Kcw York or Wash' inau n. IVhcn checks on banks in other cities are tent the cost of cdUectionwill be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communication!:. 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 from any one, and if valuable will be paid ...

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

r THE SUNDAY K:RlXl,E, SUNDAY. TUJLY 19, 1891. NO DUEL NOW LIKELY. GOSSIP OP THE GIRLS. m i M'i i n h i i it i 1 1 1 1 i u i 1 1 i ! mi i 1 1 i m-h i 1 1 1 1 i it i i --h--hh-h-m'i- i Mill -hT iTnTTiTnTMi iM'i ii ii n ii i-H'Mi ihiiiii i-H'Hi ii iTTrriMTiTrrr CoioNJEIi M'OIiURK AND COLONIC NTCOI.AY IIAVK SUBSIDED. Alice Confides to Dear Lionise the Goings On in Washington. 5v4-Tt?7tt7? vj :ri w Wl I i i But 11 Is Not Yot Settled Whether Lincoln Wanted Hamlin to Run With Him In 1804 or Not-Tho Parties to the Con troversy. Tho seething nnil acrimonious controversy between ColonolJohn G. Nlcolay, Lincoln's biographer, and Colonel Alex. McClure, of tho Philadelphia Times, as to whether Lincoln M or did not want Hannibal Hamlin on tho ticket with him in 1804 excited keen interest In Washington. Both disputants aro known here and tho subject of thoirdisputo naturally enlisted the attontion of more people in this city than anywhere olso. Just what Lincoln's attitude was toward Hamlin's nom...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

?!WrR??5w"n9 , . ,7JM s THE SUNDAY IriERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 19. LS.9,1. i rinr iini in i 'nttMii t -- T!r p; . 1 I THE ADVANTAGES OF -'$& , y ..ub. c'C.iim 'Br- il1"- '&-': rawr T v. . .- - '";.' - , - . PAfM m m m al : . . ffmiSiw a m ml m -i 1 1 -ir i y i i ii ii i ?, . '' v $ !f v BHhHH P? OVER EVERY OTHER SUBDIVISION ARE APPARENT. It is within a short?distance of the-Departments-and of the business portion of -the city and can be reached by a street-car line, for . one fare, from any part of Washington and Georgetown. It is situated between Brightwood and Magnolia avenues, on land that has un surpassed drainage. It is but 2,000 feet distant from the Rock Creek National Park, in connec tion with which it is expected that the subdivision will obtain, at no distant day, the city supply of both gas and water. A brick pavement will soon be laid by the Government on Brightwood avenue, along the entire west front of the subdivision ; $4,000 will be expended on Illinois avenue, ru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

t.. tnibfi T J jy w- wHrt A "I' xm.,. MIHW HilMfii Mil IW iHiMMW ' ' v V?JIJ5Wi'Wv?'Hlrti VV?wsW THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1891. 7' SlfBBuSffot i. 'STUDIES ON SHIPBOARD. tSOME OF THE ODD PEOrtE AND MORE AMUSING EXPERIENCES. Tho- Mnn "With tho Iron Jnw nnil tlto Visible MnHtloutor A Marino Nluht mftrc Iinnrt nfc Imtit End of tlxo Voy- "This Is Monday, Juno 23, 1890," my diary reads, "and wo tire now on our fifth day out. It is 'blue' Monday on land inasmuch as it is of a decidedly more azuro hue; I might say this is a navy-bluo Monday. It's indclliblo, too, and warranted to wash. I nm also hluo but not warrontod to wash. I attomptod it this morning. Tho steward said wo had 'a bit of a sea on.' I should say It was a good sized slice. I reached tho wash-stand and poured out some wator, and then waited for a lull in the sCorm. After having tried and almost suc ceeded to stand on hor head, tho ship next attempted a summersault from tho top of a huge wave. Whilo in mid air, howe...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

- w, .. Mnw., ,.,. ...,,,. .,. - 4l V, rHE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JULY 19. iSWl - .- I "" " """ """-S -? .t-..-, ,,- r , r '' IM i li V. ,!r l. f. I n M I'J '! I A Si 8 " fi dt V fe:r is n r. t I'i. KM h I I '1 ft i f, 0 i v n't ALMOST OUT OF TAIL END. M)UISV1LM3 NOW IIUTTItllUE 1'OINTS AHEAD OF VS. If Rain Hntl Not l'rcvcntcd Yesterday's Gamo tho Nationals Might Hhto Got There Tho Acquisitions From Omaha General Sporting News. Rain prevented the game yesterday with tho Cinclnnatis, and also prevented the Na tionals from jumping out of tall-end. Free man was down to pitch and the youngster was confident of winning tho contest. As tho Loui6Vllleslost to Boston, the Nationals wore allowed to creep uncomfortably close to them in percentage. Monday's game will bo watched with a great deal of Interest, and should the Nationals win and Louisvilloloso thoro will bo great rejoicing in tho ranks of tho local team and among its friends. There aro only three points separating tho Nationals and L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

W i ESTABLISHED 1800. BAB IN WASHINGTON. SHE lilKKS THE STREETS AND tHE BARKIES AN1 IS HAPPY. The Woman on a Bicycle, However, She Docs Not Itllco A Symphony in Pnlo Vino A Won! for tho DurkloH of Wnuhlngton Bnb Would I.lko to Own a Colored Baby The Pavements of the Capital. Correspondence of TnE Sunday Herald. New York, July 17. Did. you over travel on a railroad pass? I did once, and although other railroads may say to me, "Come to us at reduced 'prices," do you know I am quite honest and honorable enough to keep on paying my faro on tho railroad thut once gave me a pass. At this time of tbc year I am always honest, and I may as well toll the truth tho pass was not meant for me, it was for somebody else; but that somebody else having a pocket full of passes, said, "Why pay?" and I said be cause I can't got out of it; and this pass was hurled at me, and I rode ninety miles for nothing, and I felt as if I owned the road, as if I were director and president and all the vices that are...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

VWiiMHHMHBHHjHHIHllH&SHB - '- 'Wo -. t 1 r,tt i. i . 'A.? A '-iVJftn-Avy, 4t nlUMnVW4AMiWi -r-. .-.-r,.-.,, ,MWWAW(klJJWiM w, s no THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUL 19, 1891. ... - Ir . r v4..4 .. . Bpn r- r'1'T'VHnTn I I I WP'VMWWiHViKHHl..MlHHHH i - . a- - , -w ,-,, k - ..-i w-'iMnrwn"'nri r viimiamnMBnnHBMinmi I s? Ifr L r f &' , I? 1 4 i SOCIETY IN SUMMER. , I X1IK COMINGS ANI GOINGS OF WEMw KNOWN riiOPM!. uV Protty TVoilrtlnpln Georgetown Gnuulp and I'eraonuls 1'rom tlio Fnvorlte HofWcnthor Kesorts. Tuesday evening, tho West-street rrcsby 'tcrian Church, beautifully decorated with flowers find plants, was tho sccno of tho most brilliant wedding that has taken placo In Georgetown for a long time. Tho contract ing parties were Miss Margaret Acnow Green Ices and En6ign Clcland Nelson Oflloy, of the Navy. Within tho edifice had gathered all the beauty, fashion, and wealth of tho town. Tho clink of swords and tho glitter of naval uniforms added to tho brilliancy of the occa sion...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

EIHw,wiwrrtKj -.... &Wft. .M,A)lriiafl vptts- '-- .hlf Awj&&&itfib$&rto5 , a . r 4t U - 4J Ty,i . u THE SUNDAY HERALD; SUNDAY, jtllJif 19il5Sl. 11 ".. ,-- . "wj r Jaw. . . , . , MI -, A BUMMER SONG. HY CLINTON SCHOMiAllD. Ah I whither, sweet one, art thou lied My heart of May ? In vain pursuing I am led A weary way. Tho brook Is dry ; ltd silver throat ; Rills spnB no' moro ; And not ti linnet lifts anotb "Alontr the shore. Wilt thou return? I nsk tho night, 1 I nek tho morn. Tho doiibt that wounds tho old delight Is llko a thorn. Oh, cotno 1 I loan my caircr oar ": V . For lttUKhfor'H rlnjr; Drtncbaok tho Invo-illiht cool and olear llrlnjr back my Sprlnic 1 . .JOHN'S! PESTI,(E Demorest's Magazine. "I don't boo why you should mind It at all, Janet; it isn't a bit like going to an alms house, you know. And really, it seems tho only thing to bo dono under tho circumstances. If you know how to get your living in any way, and wcro able to do it, of course things woul...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

a' U , ' 'VtH-..-. .- . . MtvTt, .4 WMmJMN ,v. 'Jl ' e tf 12 THBStfNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, IULY 19, 1891. BRIGHTON MUTUAL HOME AND INVESTMENT COMPANY 25,000 SHARES $10 PER SHAKE. Incorporated Under the laws of Maryland. BHiBHHHHHBHlBRHBHBMlHBBBHiBBBVHBNMSVVBHHIHBBBiHBIVBHiBIHRRHHiBHVBH v 'TWT,YT7rwWVTV f'Trt WT-jW raT-tY"V.Wta. fc . k. fA.tkfVWyMM.1.. . jt. .... ... lH - .--..- w - - '"1"-TT Tnr-ftrwfflri.i -tw.. sfVMr-en. -,.. .. ,-.... . 1 PARK k In l B President, J. Treasurer, WM. MAYSE. T. M. BALDWIN, AUGUST BURGDORF, Organized for tlie Purpose of Purchasing and Improving 1,000 Acres of Land on the Main Road of the B. & 0. E. S ad joining Charlton Heights, Branchville and Vernon. A FEW REASONS WHY EVERYONE SHOULD EMBRACE THIS OPPORTUNITY : BECAUSE it is an Incorporated Company, where all are on an equal basis, subscribing alike proportionately. J . , . BECAUSE the Company is purchasing the Prettiest Tract of Land on the B. & O. R. R., between Washington and Baltimore, at a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

n'fliKK.WrtlWi j-MiWWflTWW 'WM i-r Sfa?Alr SiW j x "-r ijw v .? -S ,'1&J - uu- 3'fl 1 el t f JUift 339bl Staiiicm&i IttiUgjmtf n , i , STJN3DA.Y, TULY 19, 1S91. PAGES 13 TO 20 l.r Iff Sll ft PttHtol OUR SMOOTH PAVEMENT. WASHINGTON HAS MORE OV IT THAN ANY OTHER CITY. "What It Coats nnd Whoro tho Material for Making It Comos X'roin How ItB 8moothnoss Savcn In tlio "Wear and Tear on Vehicles. One of tlic many features of this city which a Btrnngor to It is necessarily attracted by, is the delight which one receives by driving over the smooth anrfaco of its roadways. Whiah- ever way ho may go lie will fiud the same evenness, and tho contrast botweon this city and tho place ho has left, whatever It may be, is at once apparent. Statistics will prove that tho National Capital possesses more miles of smooth pavement than the aggregate of that of all tho other cities of tho United States. Buffalo has tho distinction of possessing more vaBphalt pavements than any city in the world, bu...

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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