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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

. - ivn ai. t-O'IMyBi-fra'8'''"1"1" "ww- - J-" ' -r--, rjr "W.' ' Ta - " -, t J lt THE SUJNJBAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FULY 26, 1S91. M 'A I u IvSttt Htwtxfc $teljx;,. 4 ARMESLEIGH PARK. Mk. GEO. A. ARMES, OJT X-A05 X" SXIMEIST, Has only a few of those beautiful lots loft In ' Armcsleigh Park" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if ho 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 select neighborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. SEO. H. TLAUT, 31. YVM. B. TURriK. PLANT & TUBPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. E. Q. GUNSON. L. C. JUSTICE. GTJNSOH & JUSTICE, Real Estate Brokers, GOO IP STREET oS". "W. MONEY TO LOAN. 100 xo si,ooo.. Sl.OOO to sio.ooo. Sio,ooo to sioo.ooo, AT 5 PER CENT. PER ANNUM....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

clwjw?--f ys&' r- nv r "rrH -"Tfmt r"F; .qw THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1S91. r 15 'rr'&rv RBAli ESTAlV TRANSFERS. Transfers In which tho contdcrntlo1i was nominal Me not Included. 1 FMDAY, .1UI.Y 17. Thomas H. Benson et ux. to William Mnyso and Theo. F. Sargout, part lots 17 and 10, and all lots 18, 124 feet 8 inches on G street and 105 feet on Fourteenth street, square 1028, ?1B,780. Emily II. Freeman and Alnry L. to Hamilton S. Smith, lot 78, Blake ct al.'s (executors) sub., 17x(58 feet, square 101, $4,230. William Hutchinson ctux. to "DfcomasG. Randall, part original lot 3, square Ofl, 20 feet on North Carolina avenuo, $1,G00. William W. Hartwoll et ux. ct al. to Theo. A. Hardtop, lot 70, Hartwell et al.'s sub., squaro 111, $4,040. Theo. A. Harding otux. to Frank Anderson, lot 70, Hartwell ct al.'s sub., square 111, $11,500. Sarah J. tiilmore et vlr Robert to Rachol S. Butler, an indlvlded one-half Interest in south 12 feet of oriuiual lot 20, squaro 411, $700. C...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

16 THB SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 26. 1891. ft. W: '. ',' iv f : ''. 'I? l'f"; M "c' .. p: C V r m? rv . ; m I 4. hi, h" , A TAtiK WITH J. 13. OliEMENTS. "The Memorial Iti-ldgo and tho Arlington lCstato Tho OoTornmont's Duty, Concerning the proposed memorial bridge across the Potomac, from near tho foot o How York avenue to Arlington, Mr. James . Clements, of 1321 F street, and formerly Commonwealth's Attorney of Alexandria County,.saiil: "The Government should build a bridge nt this point so as to connect tho land owned by the United States with tho District of Columbia, and to shorten thodistanco from the National Capital to the Arlington Ceme tery, the Mecca of tho Union dead. Then every soldier and person visiting Washington," might visit this sacred spot Ijy crossing tho river which is not over three-fourths of a mllo wide, instead of having to pay exor bitant hack hire and drivo a round-about way for four miles to reach tho cemetery." With reference to tho status of the Arling...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

fT TP 3" "rT ,-Jcrtp THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 26. 1891. A 17 '" N REAL ESTATE NOTES. 11. Krnck has bought b W. A. Wnnslcbon for $4,500, lots 03 nnd 94, Chichester. Chnrlotto B. Lovett 1ihs b6M " to J. W. Hercus for $0,000, lot 17, block 3, Knlornma Heights. Caroline Iloy wood has bought for $10,130 of J. A. Bates a half Interest In lots 0 anil 7, block 44, Unlvetelty Park. ' l Jamos Prltz has purchased for $4,400 of J. C. Yost, subs. 29 and 30, square 912, 19x115 foet each on Ninth, between G and II streets northeast. E. 8. Kennedy has sold to D. P. Kowell for $5,000 sub. 88, squaro 722, fronting 18 feet on Massachusetts avenue, betweon First and Second streets northeast. Llzzlo McLain has bought of Charles L. Jowctt for 512,000 sub. 40, squaro 111, front ing 20 foot on Nineteenth street, between Q and R streets northwest. Isaac N. C. Colo has sold to W. F. Cham borlln for $5,000 part of lot 9, squaro 513, 20 f eot by 108 foot 8J Inches on M stroot, botwoon Fourth and Fifth s...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

- uvwpt fmfwi '- -" $ " i ei'Wr f9- '","W&fct - ; s IS THE SUNDAY HKRALD. SUNDAY, JULY 26. 1891. $JSvingr 3sot;fc$tT &tfjd?kfcfcS. TUST THINK OF IT! '' i TWENTY TRAINS DAILY. FOUR CENTS FARE. i""rx f"" I- SO ft ti L& ! , i'J k . -9 ?v ItTfJ-l 2 IR. f B v M 'jsr 1 M WASHINGTON ART TILE 00, JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slato and Wood Mantels, oto., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Tioor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE "WORK. G. LEE DRTJRT, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. TOO SEVENTEENTH STREET. JOSEPH MATHI, Tin and Shoot-Iron Worker, STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES. Manufacturer of supplies for Bakers, -Butchers, Dairy Fanners, Milkmen, Painters, Confectioners, Ico Cream Dealers. DAIRY LUNCH ROOMS FITTED UP IN FINEST STYLE. 14)19 -PENNSYLYANIA AYE. Prompt Attention to Jobbing. Phono 719. Work Guaranteed. J. W. BARKER. THE LARGEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WASHINGTON FOR Stoves, Ranges, R...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

!f-i"- - "I rr r 7j , Wv "5frw f f "V Fr THBSUNDAY HERALD, StJKCJbAV, JUI;Y 26,1891. 19 "ST O XJ "W jl. IST "I? ' , . -- .-7;"f-i- 13 O , ..-. ,:-,, tf The Sunday "-i: i' J M' .,'J,.4f-..?.HU...t-l.. W. . T. WEAYEE, Succoooor to H. P. GILBERT, Dealer in All Kinds of AND HARNESS. ALSO 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 Wire Nails, Boiler Rivets, and Sheet Iron. AGENT FOR AMERICAN ANTI-FRICTION METALS. 1208 to 1313 THIRTY-SECOND STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. C. STEPHEN BALLARD & CO.'S CELE BRATED COMPRESS BELTS, ETC. 0. H. ZELLBI13. N. L. OHArWSLLB. J, E. SHEOKELLS. ZEL-LEBS Sc 0O. (Successors to N. L. Chappello & Co.,) Steam and Hot-Water Heating and Ventilating Engineers, And Sole Agents for THE FLORIDA STEAM HEATER 1459 Fourteenth Street Northwest, WashInct'on,;D.IC. Public and private dwellings heated by steam or hot wutor. High and low-p...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 July 1891

Vi iT T"viy I i?WWSfe ' ,4JS ' t , . I i , -jr -. if ' ?vji. 20 TtiB'SUNDAV HBRALDi'QUKDAY, JULY 26, 1891. MJ ABOUT FAT WOMEN. "Why Thoy Arc Noted for Marrying T.lt- tlo Men. St. Louis Itcpubltc. If you liavo paid any attention to tho matter you havo been astonished at tho Increasing number of llttld men and big women, and tho growing combinations of both. A riao on tho street cars at any tlmo be tween 0 nnd 11 a. m. and between 8 and 10 p. in. will discover any amount of facts In this direction. "I'll toll you what It Is," said a prominent physician tho other day to a Republic man, men are decaying physically and abnormally developing mentally. It would bo exceed ingly ungallant to eay that tho women "God bless 'em aro going tho contrary road, and henco I shall not 6ay it. It wouldn't bo ex actly truo if I did, but there aro certain inci dental facts which ought to bo noticed. "In tho first place tho tacit arrangement by which men aro to. do all tho work and all tho worrying about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

'"I- 'V t ..v Kiln? iwa rt.iiiiiimi . m " aljh && lffU:g 3laittai IiiUgtttt VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. AUGUST 2, 1891. SO PAGES. NO. SO. "V lS H M. ! ' DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. MISS MAGGIE BI,AINK SKRIOUSIiY HURT. .Another disunity In tho Soroly Aflllctcd lllatno family A Runaway In tho Smithsonian Grounds Dr. Colo and 1H.IBB Watts Also Injured. A distressing runaway accident occurred ilast'nlgbt about 7 o'clock in tho Smlthsontan grounds that has resulted vory seriously for a popular and esteemed young lady of this city, Mies Maggie Blaiuo, daughter of Robert Blaine, and a niece of Secretary of Stato Blaiu. Dr. G. R. Loo Colo, a well-known physician, had crossed tho bridge that spans Sixth street near tho Fish Commission Build ing; and was leisurely proceeding toward Seventh strcot, his purpose being to cross that thoroughfaro aud enter the Smithsonian .grounds. Ho was riding In ono of those sty lish turnouts known as a buck-board. Tho oc cupants of tho vehicle were Miss M...

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

T'KfE SUK35A.Y HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. TREATMENT OF REFUGEES. UMnAFFV HBBREW8 NOT TO BECOME A rUMXIC CHARGE. Solving: a Difficult and Delicate Immlcni tion Problem Volley of tlio United "States Govornmont Toward Jewish Refugees Outlined. Secretary of Treasury Foster yesterday sent tho following Interesting letter to Simon Wolf, chairman, and Lewis Abraham, secre tary, of tho Union of American Hebrew Con gregations: Gentlemen: I beg leave to acknowledge receipt of your communication of tho 27th ultimo with its inclosurcs as stated. You call my attention to the bitter hardship suffered by many thousands of Hebrews by reason of their forcible expulsion from their homes in the Russian Empire, and you state among other things that tnero is no organiza tion in tho United States, which assists or encourages destitute Hebrew refugees to come to this country: that you deplore this form of immigration; that the efforts of tho several nebrow societies represented by you are con fined to amelio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

liXiiliiiuJiiiii'iHili PfJJW yX,(U' fcawiiikwmm i k ., if -WwmrYS. rxTrnwitri(- - AwWh -a ,ar uv llwfejus, it .an j -1.41 - anwrrssti - js a V -fi i .' THE SCJNJDA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. & N COMING AMUSEMENTS. THREE NIGHTS OF MIKSIKKLSY THIS W11GIC AT ALHAUGIl'S. tin MtuiuRcr Carloton it Special Arrange ment With tho Weather Ituroivu? Ills Approaching Senium Ilora Dimnlng's Kngngoment nt tlio Nntloiinl. Tho Carloton Opera Company will bo with us on Monday August 10 for a three weeks' engagement atAlbaugh's. The company Is now closing a very successful season of six weeks at tho Star Theatre In Buffalo. During the past two weeks Carloton has been com peting with Pain's pyrotechnic display of " Pompeii," and thereby hangs a talo wnlch ln"yo olden time" days would have con victed Carloton of hoodoolsm. Tho exhibition was given on tho outskirts of tho city and it was advortlecd extensively In tho outlying dis tricts that upcclal trains would bo run from tho country towns at a min...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

f i i t 4 THE SUNDAY HERMD, AUGUST 2, 1891. JL1 T ' Bl OEcefttg Qtatfonaf 3nfcfftgcncct The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. - THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED U3I. Entered at the Post Ofltco nt Washington, 1). C an Second-class Matter. J. H. SOUMJ 6 EY, I .Proprietors. A.T.DTENSISY Editorial and Publication Ofllces South west Cor. 11th and IS Sts. N. TV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, mmcyordgvor checks on JS'cw YorU or Wash inalot&jjjBmti&hccks on banh8 in other cities arc tsWRfoficillcctionwill be deducted. Thc'tKor of Tnn Sunday HrnALD can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, sfiould retain a copy. .Local reports and absohtte iicics of sufficient importance to Justify pubXicalion will be wel comed from any one, and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors arc respectfully requested to re frain from eeudfn...

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

;!b&c&&$&y '' t 'v si&5H5ms Wvmmmw WlftWaWWfWWCTOMtti :!&ii rpfr - 2 -t. - ' ..r, w . r T' '.- 'v F . AfW W ! t-ta 4 A nif -ViSC"' . l35? .ms-SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. tf 9 GOSSIP OF THE GIRLS. Aucu CONFIDIJS TO l,ouisi$ THIS Goings On in "Washington. My Dkau Louise: There arc two pros pective marriages looming up that are full of interest (o Washington socioty. The first to tnlco place and the most important, is that of Miss Lullu Eustls to Mr. Thomas Hitchcock, jr. The wedding will bo devoid of all "fuss and fcutbers" a quiet ceremony performed uccording to the ritual of the Catholic Church, into whoso communion tho bride-elect has lately entered. The rela tives of Mies Eustls and Mr. Hitchcock with a few very close friends, will bo the only wit nesses of tho ceremony. All the members of tho Eustls family aro now gathered at Man-cbestor-by-tho-sca,. where tho wedding will tako place late In August. Miss Eustls Is a person of interest hero more through ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

".SLfe' -T '"VTT! 'Wff"-B' Ty ; VT G THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, IS91. h THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. A1WIY NOTES. Secretary Proctor has approved the reports of t ho two boards of Army officers which recently examined non-commissioned oDlccrs and civilians for appointment to the Army as second lieutenants. Twelve candidates wero selected from each list, leaving sevon non commissioned officers and twelve civilians who, for various reasons, failed to pass tho severe examinations. The assignments wero medcto the regiments of tho service according to the plan designated to prevent tho bxmch ing of ofllccrs appointed from civil life and tho ranks, whereby thesoncw officers were sent to regiments having tho least number of such appointments. It is tho opinion of tho officers who served on tho boards that conducted tho examinations that these twenty-four men will be decided acquisitions to tho service. Tho non-commissioned officers wero assigned to regiments flr6t, it being tho policy of tho De...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

: f;.n. mmmmimaimitmtmuwimim J.UMBJ.l',1 L in' ,1 I.y v .,"'! fW. mtumimtmm 1TT I 1 1 II .1 r 'TTiri '1 ' ' ." '" "-- vi -uf fim.T.wi'"" m - m .ttfrisfc:teW1NftV5 TO73ra!WSSaiSral -...?-. "jrVi: W. JMrMS, k m? .miwmfh ,, . ' -" T -1 nit v r ir -, a .. ,At iMtf-V. -. 3 t 'J 1 Wtl Vi'. THE SUNDAY JHERAJUD. AUGUST 2, 1891. It 5 kl i il mnnittmMr-a-'s-' tPHB TANDEM BUSSfcSAW. Hy Wooilyurd KliuUlnc. Lowell Arena. pitoiiOauK. I had attained great literary fame. Lou don WflB crazy about mo. Andrew Lang and other groat guns of literature said I was divine aud I admitted it myself. But great ness has its drawbacks. My hats began to be too email for mo and hats cost ten aud six iu Loudon, you know. In talking about myself to society I had used up halt my left lung, and in blowing my horn goncrally I had blown out my right ono. 1 begau to think I would blow out the gas when I discovered a mind r6ador, who dabbled in Christian scieucoi Ho told mo to go to America, bury myself iu the far West, e...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

i'1'i nj.nwim;" nwffWH' nimmmmhmfilM wrrw?imm!imM& - Hkp-iV,..,.., s ri-IE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 18P1. mHmmm'pmm y. WsySSSBSPBi ia P I I 5 I ALL SORTS OF SPORTS. NATIONALS OUTHATTK1) CINCIN NATI, MDT LOST THIS GAME Tlioir Opponents Took Advantage of Every "Weak Place Amntonr Baso ball, Athletics, KoTrlnc, Ktc Trotting anil Pacing at Bonningn. Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 1. Washington outbattod Cincinnati, but its hits were not opportune, whllo its errors gave Cincinnati run after run. Tho homo club plnycd a fairly good game and took advantage of every weak place of their opponents. Attendance, 300. Score: cincin'tj. n mi vo a e wasut'n it mi vo A K Socry, If.. 2 12 0 lMurp'y.rfO Marr, rf... 1 2 2 0 ODowd, 2b.. 0 Kelly, o.. 0 13 0 OGrimn, of. 0 Cau'nn.ss. 0 lis 1 Sut'cle. If. 0 Hob'sn, 2b 0 0 3 1 0 HatQeld.ss 0 John'sn.rf 112 2 1 McGulre.c 1 Carney, lb 1 0 12 0 ,0 Alvord.Sb 0 TVhiey,nb 0 0 2 2s! M'Ca'lr,lb 1 Mains, p.. 1 1 ; 5 0Car8ey,p.. 0 3 3 o 4 1 3 14 10 2 Total.... 0 0 27 15 4...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

.thij&mMmrj?wnn T? i V5R fm Bssacss mtmmirm!mimmm&f lkM&m4 rwagW! rrt &r-.l -- . q.-.!' i - -r1MnlslFfettaA4lMbfcjfc r.(whMB'it'-' $m$hmmmt iww' r v t It nil I '. . t ' - 'J to I II vf n i 1 i fiv.. ,ii i' -f && 3ffiski:g atital 3fiieUgttjeft. i m i. ESTABLISHED 1800 SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1891. 'Ml PAGES 9 TO 12. Mil SiX&a&iiJaari Wkt 8 I.Li ALONG THE NORTH SHORE. A RAM RIVE AMONG SOME QUAINT OT.l) rUKITAN TOWNS. The Eniiy-doing Shopfcoopors of Marble head unci tho Haunted Houses of Salom Rovorly Farms Where Anglo manias Rust In Solemn Stylo. Conespondoucoof The Sunday Hkiiald. Bevekdy, Mass., July 31. Tho "North Shore" to any ordinary American, I suppose, 'might call up visions of the bleak coast of Labrador, or bo dimly associated In his mind Tvith the chilly islands of Baffin's Bay. But he who has tho good fortune to ba born an American extraordinary, othcrwiso a Boston ian, knows that tho "North Shore" means that part of Massachusetts Bay which lies N...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

mWwfri.;. wTSSSSSSS r4nvmtMdr4nWM M .,, ,SrvmK v . 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. ; t If lsi BP iti SOCIETY IN SUMMER. IVBEREABOVTS AMD MOYKMEXTS OF WEI.L-KNOWN TEOPr.K. Departure or Many Persons Who Hail Been Deterred by TJnfnvornhlo "Weather from VleltlUR Scnsitlo or Mountain Resorts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Allen held ft recep tion on Wednesday evening to celebrate tho twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. The softly-lighted parlors wero decorated with palms and potted plants. Mr. and Mrs. Allen greeted tbo guests In the 6econd parlor, re celvlng congratulations and best wishes from many friends. They were the recipients of many handsome remembrances In silver from friends in New York, Pennsylvania, In diana, and California as well as in the city. A number of musical people entertained the company nt short Intervals during the even ing. A collation of salads and Ices was served from 10 to 13 o'clock. MIbs Champllu sorvod Tiunch. Amon? the micsts wero Mr. and Mrs. ' ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

- lurrttttt ji SESHi mtmMiiimmwrn BnT.tw tiJaJIsObvl wpiiyi MMifiawia&mmnmiWtm 1 -, U sww8' yim ! t f fvtiw'" v k - rwwrfp i ". '. , THE, SILJNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2. 1S91. 11 WWW I ' 1 W'. .1 i i'l MINI AND GKNIUS. A cntullo burning In tho night la nit directions sends it light Tho spanned blaze emits its rays And renchos out In raauy ways Thut thoso around, nbovc, below May bco tho shlnlntr halo show I To nil of thoso wlthtu its plnne Tho uienmiro oC its powers reign. if So iaintl emits its mental rays, And everywhere its beacon plnya; Throughout tho channels known to thought, Tho meaauro of its strenght Is caught; But genius is a brlllluut sheen My which more mind seems dull and mean As fceblo as a caudle's might De&ldo olectrio glare of light. Burton T. Doyle. MRS. WINCH'S REVENGE. C A Stook Exchange Idyl of liove and M Hate. London Soolety. There wcro moments now when Shoddyson found her odious she whom years ago he thought tho most charming woman ho had over mot. But wit...

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

iMriT "vrMi'-nrn-'ttMitp liiii "J . -n,.... -.....,-, nTn.niw.i-r,. fr.t-.,. . .,. ta .... V-w t - A-fc -,( v - .a'S A -i, .. ---. "uijoiv-kflpRije-owppdnf . ... 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. i-j&" IH Vfr m IV f ft. 11 KL ijw- NEWS OF THE LODGES. TVHAT IS GOING ON AMONG TUK SK CRKT SOCIETIES. Conferring Degrees nt Mltlirns Loilco Notes Alioiit IVoll-known Mnaons Gossip oT Oild Fellowship Itoms Prom K . tho Other Fraternities. Tho ollowinc Masonic bodies meet upon tho eTonlnS of tbo cnsulnj; wcok: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 3d; Tcn talpba No. 23, Mondny, 3d; Nntional No. 12, Tuesday, 4th; Washington Centennial No. 14, "WedncEday, 5th; La Fayette No. 10, Thurs day, 6tb; Lebanon No. 7, Friday. 7th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Osiris No. 2(5, Wednesday, 5th. Blue-room Columbia No. 3, Wednesday,, 5th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 7th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Poto...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

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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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