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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

" r.1, f, , firw,H-iw f jvnriMcpctv- - I - f u 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. ULY 19. 1S91. . - ...-,-., .. ,m ,. fc.. ". ,,,. .fc,,. .j U. I H 13 r , 1 . ; I ! 1 1 I i , ' M n l- i I 1 1 Wi . t w 5 I'-- 5 I a '5; !t i- :i; i h! r1 tejt SEssfcwfcs: fttjVlS ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OP 14.05 J? STX13313T. Has only a few of those beautiful lots left In " Armeslelgh Park" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if he concludes to sell them, it having been established thoy are in one of tho best locations for.suburban. residences around tho city, on account of tho conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful scenery, and a 6elcct nelehborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. PLANT, JK. WM. B. TURPIN. PLANT & TURfcIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. E. Q. GUNSON. L. C. JUSTICE. GTJNSON & JUSTICE, Real Estate Brokers, 606 IP TJRJSJET If. W. MO...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

ssirsfa as... ,3Bte-itr- SSiWAuJSiiSil kjsjim iffffH' ' whj;'v?' . f W&M i rf n t TJEJBSXJ.NaDA:YHRnA:IDs S-TN-lDAfbf,- J-XJ-ObY 19r -18 91? 15 REAIj estate transfers. (.Transfers In w lilch tho consideration vtai nouilnnl are not Included. rHIDAY,JULYlO. John Cook ct ux, to Timothy Cavanaui?h, west 5 Icct on Massachusetts avenue of lot 8 and all of lots 0 and 7, squaro 503, $7,000. Eslln J. Collimuus to John M. Clapp, part lot 3 In Btnallcr division of Mount Pleasant, made by heirs of Robert Peter, on Columbia Road, $95,000. Lawrence G. Fletchor ct ux. to Thomas Withers, lots 72 nnd 73, Bates et al. sub. of lots in section 3, Barry Farm, $125. Floronco B. Qctchell ct vlr Randolph C. to LilHo Broitbart, west 50 feet on Maplo avenuo of lot 1, in block 5, Do Droit Park, 4,3,000. D. B. GrofT, ct ux. to William Garner, lot C, block 18, Brlghtwood Park. $750. Thomas C. Homlllcr, ct, ux. to Henry W. Fisher, Jr., part lot 181, Threlkeld's addition (squaro 104), 20 feet on Fayetto stree...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

M"!!MteUl MfS" V JW it 1 l II III ill ill iJlliMmi 11 ' . . u , tf . if y ifcs wm ' . dvr''t -"ft-" -'t - "V I n. . . . . ...... .. .- -, -.,-,, , rwn(WMWI; v -VC8W sw&ss v , j " -----'. . - w fc .V.". " 'ir'WIi'T'rs , xs& IPX. j wm. M ie Tttfe SUNDAY HERALD.SXJNDAY, JULY 19. 1S91. l- ',, f MfrtS??t9(Wvls i I 1 n I m u t .1 m ! I i?ji H. !l ! M BUIbDING NOTES. Frank N. Hobbs, the builder, has contracts ed to erect a three-story and basement brick dwelling at 2106 R street northwest for II. L. Rust from plans drawn by Architect James F, Dcnson. The probable cost will bo $8,000. Architect It. G. Crump has drawn the plans for a handsome residence which Builder Frank N. Carver will erect for E. G. Davis on Kalo raina Heights. The exact location is lot 3 of block 11. The cost will be something over $11,000. D. B. UrolT, tho builder, has taken out a building permit for tho erection of six three story and basement brick dwelling on the north side of Maryland avenue, between Sixth a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

rl ?JJPIPS f" IIflW tW Jt A !-.. -w. Fi s V Jt?V A lyV VW' V-rf4V4 pf'fyf'f' 1t. - - --? ',( 1 f.'!l THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JULY 19. 1891. IT l&JSJwJffowr- SHAD, HERRING, AND OYSTERS. Work of tho Fifth CommWInn In NcIrIi borlnfj "V liters. A Sunday Hkiiat.d reporter called at the Bureau of tlio Fish Comnii6sion a few days since and inquired of Chief Clerk O'Connor as to the work of the Commission in the propaga tion of fish In the Chesapeake during the an nual run of elmd and herring. "Oh, well," Bald he, "wo took about 53, 000,000 spawn this year from our Fort "Wash ington Btation. Wo took from the station at Havre Do Grace over 60,000,000, and wo took on the Delaware at Gloucester, N. J., about 12,000,006. That covers, I believe, the pro duction of shad by the commission during this season. There is ono thing I wIbu you would notice particularly, and that Is the ex periment ot holding the young shad until a year old will bo continued the present year, 2,000,000 of shad fry...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

H 'K - T fe rf- ;tr'ix &immAmmmmiimimim(mimu THE SUNDAY HK'JALiD. SUNDAY, TXJLY lfef YsQl. IS jj!mnrngt jftaeavftftiitg $.v&lfxt&xk& TUST THINK OF IT! ESTABLISHED 1874. TWENTY TRAINS DAILY. FOUR CENTS FARE. 0 1 1 r liL J, . . M . f ? t- fc I. ft 1 8 ' ! 5 ft ft j1 , M .''. 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 ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. Ct. lee dktjry, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PRINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MEBCEE, 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 PAIUTBB, 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 Nu...

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

-nrtto t irt',wW'WWWffWpiPlt5 PWWT JHMIwl y iSrr'1 ,TVVWm" 'MtV'tU,',MW' V"-j4$i!H$'l - 4 " fT ' t "1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JULY 19,1391. 19 i r 33 O tst o xt , r .a, idc te? u I ?$U2S&,Z&Z A.ir i I I i.' f n t m f WV W M . 1J1 (( The i M , S, 4" ""t ,ti ?i(i sx:&xsw?j., W. T. WEAYER, Successor to H. P. GILBERT, Dealer In All Kinds of HARDWARE AND HARNESS. ALSO Rubber and Leather Belting, Pack ings, Hose, Lace Leather, Plumbers', Machinists' AND CONTRACTORS5 SUPPLIES, , AND DEALER IN Galvanized liar and Blieet Iron, Cut, Galvan ized, and Wire Nails, Boiler Rivets, and Sheet Iron. AGENT FOR AMERICAN ANTI-FRICTION METALS. 1203 to 1312 THIRTY-SECOND STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. C. STEPHEN BALLARD & CO.'S CELE BRATED COMPRESS BELTS, ETC. a. n, zem.eiis. N. I CnAri'ELLE, J. E, SHEOKEkLB. ZEnLiLEIfcS & CO., (Successors toN. L. Chappelle & Co.,) Steam and Hot-Water Heating and Ventilating Engineers, And Sole Agents for THE FLORIDA STEAM HEATER 1459 Fourteenth Street ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 July 1891

taMS' 'aUibi.l.IK'1 4" ". .-i .WpL!i"??nPlPPWBWfc11 HWiwan-myjini .raEattfl.ra.frJKfc. . -5tkra.aan npPMHHBI ftwrtfti mrnttiiim n.7 "TTTTrT vwfsS7 i- n? t-KTrw '- 4 ft 20 THE SUNDAY KCERALD, SUNDAY. TTJLY 19. 1891. ii i Si i .M 1 fcl M. ft 5 f ' J ftf I- m f Ii c. 1 ' m m M lifts P iii ll'Sfil T "ICl i il i j r j..ie ii ik i w w: f E Hi ;m kj. ! 11 i 'ii llOW BltA-VJJ ISIiliSWOKTIT DIED. "The Tragic Story "Retold My a Iteslriont of Aloxamlrln. The spring of 1861 found Alexandria, as well as many other Southern cities, in n fer ment of excitement. The place was held by a few companies of Confederate soldiers who llauntcd the stars and bars literally within sight of the Capitol and under the guns of the federal steamer Pawnee, which was an chored off the city at the time. One beautiful Saturday afternoon, a fow weeks before the lamentable tragedy, which concentrated the attention of the country on -Alexnndrin, James Jackson, who was the lessee of the Marshall House, a sort of tavern, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

' V - b. ,..L-WZ:fc - .-. .. .- - . mj ar I."... .ii.nlgd. .if..-!. . .. t. .-- ,, acrf vV - -- . . V -.i,n-'' r J A-"- jlWfc...,.. -, - y ., -VV ;"-,.. f 1 41 l r.-eWT- - r i i M JUpfr , 3pUtg aiittrtad XttiUtttf VO.L. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1S91.20 PAGES, NO. 19. i.Aj.i"'Nf,. -vvi CTtnilWiin;,Tl,'TOrt"ti",'"',,-"'"'''''r' '"'v '''" "imnnwi nm'ffnT'j ' ' 'JiElfV ' -"-' y-hA. yo.PO'l! Kbi'jiwiMwfi.iis'iffi-''Wf!i.''W''wi?,r';Tt' iCI ',' "l,"-i'''"f f "? V""i"lWK " .'y ""W'l'M"? VJW"T'MyPyff'l'iff''ll,ff''t''wr;' A ' f nnh.in MeMA L f II WILL 1IAMMETTGETTHERE SOftUC OF HIS FORMKR BACKERS NOW HIS ENEMIKS. Mr. Crnno Writes n Iiottor to tho Com mlsHlonorH Withdrawing Bin Support, Whilo r. Hughe ThlnltH tho New Health Otlloor i All Right. The air yesterday was full of rumors con cerning now developments In tho limit h Of fice tangle. Among the stories lloating around In tho murky atmosphere was ono to the offect that ono of tho gentlemen who had been promised a job under Dr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

5utc5 "'ttt'N ... , ,, , ,,,.,. n i !..,! i.ihl.i h'um..!, iim iwwiiiii4iiiii HWl I'lf IJ llt J'l rn"t"TWrrW-' WTffW' mi T-yf "' Jv r ' -'- --- t.,- - t-- , - - - T - - ? lfrWIHWa " " Y"' ' ' ' ' N 'l'"v. w , 2'" v--?- - -a )a .', n-- . n THE SUNDAY'HERALB, SUNDAY, JULY 26. 18&1. '. 1. n u f A CORDIAL RECEPTION. WORLD'S FAIR COTttMISSIONKRS IN ENGLAND. Positive Denial of Persistent Kumors That the Commissioners Aro Dissatis fied With tho Attention Paid Thorn By tho American Legation. London, July 25. Many prominent Eng lishmen and Americans liavo accepted tho invitation of tho foreign commltteo of tho Columhinn Fair Commission to luncheon on Tucsdny next. Among those who will bo present aro tho U. S. Minister, Hon. JRohert T. Lincoln, Sir Richard Webster, tho Attor ney General; Sir John Pender, Chaunccy M. Depew, Consul General John C. New, and many others. Sinco the arrival of tho Fair Commission in this country persistent rumors have been in circulation that the members are di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

w &WWHW iH" n ' .vy1 -,,- j..htrHMA ,SlMWtoi ' . j a ' -v ' ' "V !-- -ft , r . f ' f THE SUNDAY' HERAL"D; SUN'DYT JULT" 2'6rrl'89r 4l4i j.'SL-mvwi iJr THEATRICAL LOOK AHEAD' I'ltOSVKCTS FOIt T1I15 otknino or TIIKHCASON IN "WASHINGTON. Jlob llowutntf Who Will Ho tho OnlyEx jionontof tho X.ORltlmnto this Your, to Open thoNntlonnl Tho Carleton Com pnuy floon to Return to Albnuuh'8. Tho task of upholding tho dignity of tho tragic drama on tho Amorlcan stage seems likely, tho coming season, to fall f on tho broad shoulders of Mr. Robert L. Downing, tho well-known Washington actor. It now appears that not one of tho other tragedians, who in former years have combatted tho rising tide of farce-comedy, comedy, and melo drama which threatened to swamp tho higher form of dramatic art, will bo before tho pub lic, aud Mr. Downing wilt bo left, alono to keep alive among tho people tho taste for tho legitimate. This state ot affairs baa been brought about by tho sad doath of Lnwrenco Barrett ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

mffmmmm!mSm!Sm!m THE SUNDAY HERALDrSUNDAY, JULY 26, 1891. Y U W n 3 lis f 1 IS I 1 I; Wccfltg (Uaft'onaf Snfcfftgcnccr. THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED . Entered at tlvo Tost OHtco nt Washington, D. O.i ns Sccond-Jjlnss Hfnttcr. J. ii. sotjia:, A.T.UKNSKY, .Proprietors! Editorial nml Publication Offlccs South west Cor. 11th and K Sts. N. "VV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advance) per year $2.B0 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or clucks on New York- or Wash ington. IVJicn checks on banks in other cities arc sent the cost of collection toill 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 unused, sliould retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to Justify publication will be wel comed from any and and if valuable wil be paid for. Contributors arc rcspcctully req...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

rtwWwtflHtMnPWP r-f--'W. . v r ...,'. .,... ,VUi r ..'.MrM-..ivp.;hf ..'vw" ) the: SUNDAY HBRAIbE), SUNDAY, JULY 2 6, 18. & ,f jwvrtrM 61! GOSSIP OF THE GI11LS. Alice GoiifldcH to Dear TjouiKC tlio Goings On in WnKhiiifrton. Lake ing: My Deau Louisk: Does It rain In .your part of tho world ? I am beginning to wonder whether the prcsistoncy of down-pourhoro is to be attributed to St. Swithou's lnfluenco, or the establishment of a Chautauqua at Glen Echo I Tradition makes both raln-Inducers. In a graphic account of the establish ment of tho first summer school at Chautauqua I llnd the follow- uTho pioneer Chautauquans 'roughed It' In small, uncomfortable cottageB or tents, and ato their meals in a long canvas covered shed, in a truly primitive style, yet with keen appetites and good digcsiiou. During rains and they were frequent, and heavy meetings were held In a tent on tho hill." Tho promoters In this section of tho country of thiB great educational movement havo had tho element...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

-"" ""rt-"J-W.'' v - - - .,- ...- '-SY v .... . . a rts " - i"??!-; -i4i: . fl t- " " "" r' -TTv'VTVwfVV'v,PS,IV H--tlTiWKil4. iW.'.1IS.'-..ir-iir'-:.,- , ,- .'V -" - .i,..-.-.-n-. mi - , a... .. j .-iz.. ., -,.... ..: - .. ... j .,- ,: .'T- --- ...v.., -- .. v ,w.; .icv-; :. .. J-. -.ItJfrf . ,'Ki- - inW,l L1 iii.;!. WWWW5 .'J"Mlli,iWilffWrePI w s I I M 5 1 h v I.H I1.' ! i; i 6 IfHH: SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JULY 26. IS91. BRIGHTON PARK MUTUAL HOME AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. s 25,000 SHARES. $10 ER ;SHA,lHE-- a ur '&.? ,r-- -.-i.i INCOiRiPOKATED TJISTDER THE LAWS 03P MRYL-AJSHD. President, J. B. WIMER. Treasurer, WM. MAYSE. Vice-President and Engineer, W. KESLEY SCHOEPF. Secretary, GEO. W. EVANS. Attorney, JACKSON H. RALSTON. $-, ;. - 4 f -. BOARD OJF DIRECTORS : T M. BALDWIN, i1 AUGUST BURGDORF.j , FRANK H. CLARK, CHAS. W. DARR, A. T. HENSEY, J. H. RALSTON, S. W. WOODWARD, P. A. SCAG6S, W. K. SCHOEPF, imF;-H:.SMITH, ri.B. WIMER. , Z?"1' 'v4 ,.5 Ji'W r Organized for the Purpose of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

kilWIUlllllljp.l l.gj ya&M&suxz r . I -- It f I7 i f U H t Jf-fW t - ,' - H THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1891. THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. AltMY NOTES. Tlio following transfers of regimental officers havo been ordered, to take effect nt once: Cavalry First Lieutenant James A. Cole, to Sixth Cavalry, Troop D; First Lieu tenant Gouzalos S. Bingham, to Ninth Cavalry, Troop G. Infantry First Lieuten ant William N. Hughes, to Thirteenth In fantry, Company K; Kirst Lcutcnant Edward S. Avis, to Eighteenth Infantry, Company F; First Lloutonaut Albert B. Scott, to Thir teenth Infantry, Cumpnny D; First Lieuten ant Harris 13. Roberts, to Nineteenth Infantry, Company C; First Lloutcurtnt Walter II. Chat field, to Fifth Infantry, Company A; First Lieutenant John F. Morrison, to Twentieth Infautry, Company F; First LIcutonant An drew S. ltowan, to Nineteenth Infantry, Com pany G; First Lieutenant Frank B. Abdrus, to Fourth Infantry, Company I; First Lieu tenant John II. Wills, to Twent...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

1 '" ! wwMPWnPlfHPWlpjPpp4ppMpMHHgM y '.i-.s.iU',vn.1.N!t4.V. uM'j , v :,- wFr JSK-i--r"- tel? Trt THE: SUNDAY MERALD. SUNDAY. JULY 26, 1S91. READ THE CONT Between the National Capital Brewing Company and F. H. FinSey & Son E3Magra7i;y wsrz RAPT f. I We, THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING CO., agree to furnish E. H. tflNLEY & SON with a SPECIAL BREWING of PALE BEER that will EQUAL ANY BEER on the MARKET, and Mill stand any temperature, and if said Beer fails to come up to the Standard in any particular, we agree to Forfeit the sum of $20,000. National Capital Brewing Co. 3S1 T JFL jSL We, E. H. EINLEY & SON. agree to use 20,000 BARRELS of PALE EX TRA BEER, Specially Brewed for us by THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING CO., within the year end ing June 30, 1S92, and if We fail to use said 20,000 Barrels of Beer within the specified time we agree to forfeit the sum of $10,000. F. H. Finley & Son.. j j STREET ANOTHER BAD DEFEAT. THE ATHLliTICS EA8ILX TOOK TES TERDAT'S PHIIADELPHU GA...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

..wt.imMm ."" rn. fSSA a --j T' r I && 3iffjerfci:g JSI&tixm&i $txttli3m ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, JULY 26. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 12. ?TmaISIZ Pmmtoi Ci,,"JBB' Hf A PASSION FOR OHUROHBS WHICH MADE SMITH A PRECARIOUS TRAVELING COMPANION. UypnoUcd Ry a Distant Tower Smith RunhaB OH" to Explore tlto Funereal OldGlnHBow Cathedral Soma Reasons for Avoiding Ktiropon Hotels Glasgow, tho 6econd city in tho Kingdom, is essentially modern in its principal features. It differs but little from our own cities except in its having an air of pormanenco and stabil ity about it not found in America. Dickons in his "American Notes" speaks of tho tem porary appoaranco of American towns, and I -think the visitor to Europe will notice this difference between European and American cities at onco. Glasgow is a stone city, and one may travel for mileB and find nothing but - stone buildings huge, square structures that seem to huvo beeu built to defy tho ravages of time. Wo determined to leave Gl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

io TH SXJNHAYVKiFulD. SUNDAY; JLlTY 2&, 1891. f I GOING AND COMING. WHAT SOCIETY rKOFKE AKK DOING THESB MUGGY BAYS. A Few Midsummer Mnrrlnjrcs Arrivals nnd Departures at the Summer Re sorts nnd Other Matters of Social Note. The marriage of Miss Jc6sle McDermott, daughter of Mrs. J. B. McDermott, of George town, to Hon. Charles Ilosmer Walcott, of Boston, was solemnized in St. John's Eplsco- ?al Church, Georgetown, Tuesday evonlng at :15 o'clock. The chancel was beautifully ect with palms and foliage plants, and deco rated with garlands of gay-hued flowers the decorations being tho work of members of tho Children's League, of which Miss McDermott had been ono of tho most active members. The bride and groom entered tho chancol together, ac companied by Mr. Charles McDermott, who gave his sister's hand in marriage. Miss McDermott's wedding costume was a travel ing dress of navy blue camel's hair, made with Louis Court coat trimmed with silver braid and a toquo of blue velvet adorne...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

BCVr-yN, W&& mmWF VSLSlSS gSsepWVflBt 4rf - SiMf THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JULY 26. 1891. 11 HNIGMATA. , , , - H 1IY I1AUIIY rAU r I wanted tlio sweep of tlio wild wet weather, Tho wind's long lash und the, rain's free fall, Tlio toss of tho troes aB they swayed together, Tho moasurelesasrray thut was over them all: Whoso roar speaks raoro 'than u language spoken ; Wordless and wonderful, cry on cry Tho sob of an earth that favored and broken. Tho answering sob of a broken sky. Whut could they toll us? Wo see them ovor Tho trees and tho sky and tho stretch of tho hind; Iiutthoy glvo us a word of ttfclrtacrct never; Thoy toll no story wo understand. Yet haply tho ghost-ltko birch out yonder Knows moro in a placid and silent way ; Tho rain might toll what tho gray clouds ponder, Tho winds repeat what tho violets say. Why weeps tho rain? Do you know Its sorrow? Do you know why tho wind Is so sad bo sad? IIuvo you stood In the rift 'twlxt a day and a morrow. Seen their hands me...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

w rt1jjW w,: 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 26, lSl. NEWS OF THE LODGES. MANY M.VTTBItS OV INTJBUKST TO MKMUEKS OF SE0KI5T SOCIETIES. Another Successful :Uusonlc Excurslon Mysteries to "Bo Rovcnlotl Tho Gol den Cross Kechnbite Notes Inde pendent Mccltnnles Tho following Masonic bodies meot upon tho evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tcmplo Dawson No. 16, Monday, 27th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 14tb. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Bluo Room Arminius No. 25, Monday, 27th; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 28th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 27th. lioyal Arch Chapters Masonic Ilall, George town Potomac No. 8, Tuesday, "23th. Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple De Molay No. 4, Tuesday, 2Sth. Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite Sanctu ary, 1007 G street Robert de Bruco Council of Kadosh, Tuesday, 28th. Tho calendar has again sadly 'mixed things up" and civen only Masonic dates for Mon day and Tuesday of this week, Wednesday, Thursday aud ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

l "-vfp-i'1 .'tmmjmjMiQmmiqipHtjf (i -r -r-, tf ' Hf. p -- y ? yp,rav - - j Kin E Jtafr JEfel H&Usm&l 9titU$0ttc:tt. "?- PAGES SUNDAY, TUIVY 26, 1891. 13 TO SO. lit itiiiuiy AVENUE PROPERTY. FACTS WHICH SHOW THAT IT IS HOXDING ITS OWN. Quickly Snatched Up When Offered for Sale nnd Rentals Well Maintained The Gonoral Growth or Business Do mnndod More Room. Is it because the business centre of tho city is changing or is it because business bas in creased so largely within tho past lew years, that Pennsylvania avenue no longer holds solo title to tho mart of Washington J As an answor to this question it might bo truly said that there is just as much business being done in tho mercantile lino on tho Avenuo to-day as in years past, and this means a good deal, for there was a timo when along tho Appian way of tbo Republic could bo found "the merchant and his wares" to supply tho people of tho capital. Thecbanges In tho business blocks along the Avenuo have been comparatively few, ...

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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