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Page 14 [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
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

SrP2Tr?TTc3i u.1,1 if.jt iMiiai &kJaLfjLdtfcA nmMvnrvm tiiewi'iiwwiywitWHi $sjmmsi 9MQ( 1$ 5 . a i ASrtwhwlhfcwAwi THE SUNDAY HJBRALID. AUGUST 2, 1891. 15 KEAIj ESTATE TItANSFEllS. Transfers In which tlio consideration was nominnl arc not Included,! , rjjtlUY, .1UI.Y 24. Johu F. Anderson to William T. Anderson, lots 482, 483, and 484, Unlontown, $700. Mary C. Brooko ot vlr James C. to "William J. Burgess, part St. Elizahotht $200. Edwin 8. Brandt etux. ct al. (solo heirs of John T. Brandt) to William A. Henderson, north 45 foot 101 Inches, on Eighth street, ot original lot 10, square 920, $4,500. James B. Clarke ct ux. to Annto M. Miller, lot 52, square 1002, Frlzzcll's sub., subject to dobt6or $1,705.04 and $720.81, respectively, $3,100. James S. Edwards ct al. to John M. Yountj, original lots 4 juid 5, square 704, $10,890.18. Charles Ebel ct ux. to Charles E. Ebol, south half of the laud on cast side of soventh stroot road, formerly owned by Joseph K. Lelns, contain: 48,12-1 f...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. K '. c lm U I.,' , .1 m y i , BUILDING NOTES. The old house at tho northeast corner of "Thirteenth and F streets, for a long time used as a boarding bouse, with stores on tho first floor, Is bcine remodeled and will bo greatly improved. Tho store, which was sevoral feet above tho sidewalk, has been lowered to tho level and will be handsomely finished. Tho building at the southeast corner of Twelfth and F streets, for many years occupied 'by Ahchce's restaurant, will soon bo vacated by tho present occupant who will remove his ,place of business to the building ho Is having " remodeled on the west side of Twelfth street, 'between E and F streets, about tho mlddlo of tho square. It is understood that the old 'homo on the corner will soon be torn down to 'make room for a more modern building. Mr. John F. Waggaman will shortly com mence the erection of a block of seven dwell ing houses from plans prepared by Architect Charles E. Burden. They will bo ...

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

k&yM !TZ..Z7K&'i3& 5 iSB i. , W w!Wggwycp . ss jMeasaxn ".h r- s -wr'-,flR5ww" . " wx,wvzKir-:: r . ...... -i. j... . rtfo THE SUNDAY HKRALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. 17 i WANTED TO KI3ICP HIS HOUSE. Tlio Oruol Joke Which Mr. Snrtorln' Clilonfjo Frloml Played on Hhu. CI) IcaKO Times. Crowds of coinoly women filled the halls, parlors and reception rooms of the Richelieu yesterday morning. At noon one coufd hardly pass through the main corridor, so dense was tho throng. About 10 o'clock a prepos sessing young woman sout her card to tho apartmonts of Lionel Sartorls, a brother-in-law of Nolllo Grant Sartorls. He Is ono of the wealthy young Englishmen who arc lanroly interested In cattlo In Wyoming. Ho received tho young woman In the reception iroom. "Is this Mr. Sartorls 5"' she asked. uYc8, madamo." "Well, I would like to go to Wyoming .and keep house for you." If the young for eigner had been asked to Btand on his tend, Jlic would nothavo been so surprised. "What do you moan r" he...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

,i I i. L"f n. flki.jMBdu.UUi " '- " w- ""W'ttw,' ifro' "'j;; -- THE SXJNDA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891. 18 $JmTfctnjgt Sbc;CotKfc$tt SSrVXlfiteKtZi. TUST THINK OF IT! TWENTY TRAINS DAILY. FOUR CENTS FARE, FT I lit' , I I h : 1,' r t . 1 1 a. i i i i. WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. J. i ' Imported and Domcstiff Titos FOR ' Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces! " Slate and Wood Mantels, etc, i CORNER ' First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. GO LEEUMJRY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING-. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. JOSEPH MATHI, Tin and Shoot-Iron "Worker. STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES, Manufacturer of supplies for 'Bakers, Butchers, Dairy Farmers, Milkmen, Painters, Confectioners, Ico Cream Dealers. DAIRY LUNCH ROOMS FITTED UP IN FINEST STYLE. 1919 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Prompt Attention to Jobbing. 'Phono 719. Work Guaranteed. J. W. BARKER THE LARGEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WASHINGTON FOR Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators, Oi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

nnssssn KL&ia4lftt&Jttfli JtofaMnttwfr Vf"" lA 1mtiWmmmim)BMiil4$li MWW wunwiiwrrwun -v.m- i-JL.-.-4'-"t''r""" U"'"T "'"' - (l .f !,- 1 ft- .IMM.vM(Ii NMVilll s.ri i'.V',,!, , . ,,. w. 13 O 'J F ,1 ,' "The W&V&'&X&XtfS:. T. WEAYEE, Succeaoor to H. P. GILBERT, Dealor 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 Wiro Nails, Boiler Rivets, and Sheet Iron. AGENT FOR AMERICAN ANTI-FRICTION METALS. 1208 to 1312 THIRTY-SECOND STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. C. : STEPHEN BALLARD & CO.'S CELE BRATED COMPRESS BELTS, ETC. .,0. n. ZE&IEH8. N, L. OnAPPELLE. J. E. SHEOKELLS. ZELLEBS & CO., (Successors to N. L. Chappelle & Co,,) r-Steam and Hot-Water Heating and Ventilating Engineers, And Sole Agents for THE FLORIDA STEAM HEATER 1459 Fourteenth Street Northwest, TVashlngtonD.JC, Public and private dwell...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 August 1891

n s - ' h Tjf.; tp I It j A -,,t -Ty q , .4 7 ... V V" " -"r i J t t T - i- I 20 THE SUNDAY HERABD, AUGUST 2. 1S91. " - r i v?. t'J !?F U Sl, 1 - !. ! i S ' V I ' '1 f 1 PRINCE RUDOIjPH'S DEATH. The Story of the Tragedy Now Accepted In Vienna ns True. Philadelphia Telegraph Tnris letter. 1 met tho other evening nt a dinner party a most charming old Austrian lady who had come from Vienna to Paris to visit her daughter, who is the wife of a French noble man, and had just presented her husband with an heir to their joint estates. After dinner the conversation turned upon matters and things in Austria, and I spoke of tho mysteri ous death of tho unfortunate Crown Prince Rudolph, and tho 6ecrecy that had been ob served concerning all the details of tJiat gha6tly catastrophe. The Countess von X 6hrugged her shoulders. "It is a my6tcry for tho outside world and for the newspaper, If you will," she answered, "but the true 6tory of the case is generally known among tho tipper classes of Vlen...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

iiijrtM ' "" KuteuMgy rtlFft"" Nn WMw-jCJSS ,wea.jr Jx.fetiiAi;JtAA.tf t ? fcr"- ; 5afclMMHt 1!K'H,i.wiW..li,itliai!!,fffl . .. fit t .. 4. f - -- -i t- Ttfv-r u : JUift 38Ukl:g H&tjocmt $iU$mfcs VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 21. MBBVMPWMBI STARTLING EACTS ! WE ARE OVERSTOCKED WITH NEGLIGE SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS And must get rid of them. You can buy the $1.50, $1.25 and $1 qualities in Shirts at 88c. Straw Hats at 43c A - t V Loeta & Hirsh, 912 F Street N. W. SPONTANEOUS GREETING. EMPKROB WII.I.IAM WlX.Ii GO TO CHICAGO. Anil Ho Will Personally Grace the Fair Germany Will Stand nt the Head of Foreign Exhibitors at tlie Great Ex posltlon. Copyrighted by Associated Press. Berlin, Aug. 8. The American World's Fair Commissioners, being interviewed just previous to stilrting from this clty-for Prank fort, concurred in praising the warmth of the official greetings which had been extended to them. This pleasant state of affairs, they de clared, was larg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

1 ft fT- "f " ," "lfM-. ujJ. ,j , y "A" a 41 - J .- .1 , , 4JC'V THE SUND.AV HERALD, AUGUST 9, 1S91, ' : l-'It nt'L MM'',' && a PURSUING THE POACHERS. OPERATIONS OFTHE AMERICAN AND WHITISH FliEKTS IN ALASKA. Tho Poachers Number About Seventy, of Which O no-Half n ml Rcen Wnrned to tciivo Tho llrltish Corainlly Co-op-crnting "With the Americans. The Navy Department has received under date of Unalaska, Alaska, July 11, a long letter from Commander C. S. Cotton, of tho Mohican,, commanding tho United States naval forces in Bering Sea. Tho Mohican ar rived at Unalaska on the Sth of July. Tho following extracts from the letter are given: "Upon my arrival here 1 found H. M. S. Nymphc, Commander C. T. Turner, It. N., commanding from Victoria, B. C, sho having arrived on the afternoon of tho 7th instant. Commander Turner is the senior British naval officer in the Bering Sea. I found also the chartered steamer Alki and the revenue steamer Rush in the inner harbor, tho former having a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

feflfcwS"fA .,- fc.fr.fyf i"- --'.'" V . ' !,. wi iMAftV' ... .. ., T , . ... ..auMannHMMTfell yi , 4 , .,5WT n tj(SNrTT!?t'"k"v " iWiiIWlHWijBlBiJ,i: . .1 ,i.w4fit"u-'-i J i "!-. t "- -wt-' SiWWjti'jilMuJB.'iiiuannir:TH TME SUNDAY HERALD, AtJG-UST 9. 1891 '3 rsssin A 31ANDSOME ACTHESS. 'Something About rtllss Kugottla lllnir, Downins's liOnilliiK I.nIy. Much intorcst attaches to the engagement of Mr. Robert Downing, tho tragedian, who opons tho icgular season at the National Theatre on August 31. Mr. Downing will be supported by that accomplished actress, Miss Eugenia Blntr, of whom a very good picture Is given. Miss Blair Is a Southerner. Sho was born In Columbia, S. 0. She made her debut at Hooley's Thcatro, Chicago, with tho Into John T Raymond, In the play entitled "Risks." Since that time she has supported imost of tho ptominent stars of America. Miss Blair has tho reputation of being one of tho fvC?iEvdPHRyr ! wvipjub slip: cii7y3 lli x '4. 1 ,'t 1 ttl ' M, JtlSS EUGENIA. IJL...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

-f. S eyy ti J. iMhhiVi iifclrtilfijliwii'' " 11 j THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 9, 1891, v V " - w y r ,, i I 1 -. K w OEccfttfc QUftonaf 3nfcfft'gcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED US. Entered at tho Tost Ofllco nt Washington, I. C.i ns Sccom1-clnR Mnttor. J. H. SOUIiE, DUI.K, ENSEY, i' .Proprietors. A.T.HEXSEY, Editorial nud Fnblicntlnn Offices Scmtli- wcBt Cor. 11th nnd K St. N. W Stf i NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Bubtcriptton in advance) per year $2.00 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or ebecto on Kew York or Wash inat(n. When checks on banks in otfier cities arc sent the cost of coUcetionwUl be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communicatfons, if unused, 7iouId rctatn a copy. Local report and absolute news of sufficient importance to justify pubHcatfon will be wel comed from any one, and if valuable icfll be p...

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

tfJl'liwwijiiiIiiWii,iU''JJWJi ifcirilia- ill tit??Hiirrr Zj's wrrrm vt wiXitiW'wnriwijjiifiiijMniwiaiiiff Eitail-AtaH i . . JMJk ij titikut jnu.tte?-? ifc. Znwm&t' ira?vrW.:mrtm!MtmMM.V "in w W.W W'Jtff11 THE DRBXEL DIAMONDS. two mmai.AK3 uad eiied their pockets with them. But the llurglnr'a Alurm Brought tho Police iinil tho ThlcvcH Had to I)Ih gorge A Daylight Robbery at tho Dahlgren Mansion onSlxtoonth Street. Tho flno residence of Mr. and Mrs John Vinton Dahlgren, 1810 Sixteenth strcot north west, has been deserted for several weeks, as tho household has been summering at Klberon. When Mr. Dahlgren left tho city bo cloied bis mansion aud supplied every window and exit with burglar alarms connected with a wire of tho Mutual District Messenger Company. Special Officer Addison, of tho Mutual Company, was startled by tho burglar alarm of tho Dahlgren houso ringing violently. Ho immediately called up the Third precinct and ordered n posso of ofiicors to tho spot. Officer Addison...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

rmarHBa - ,-U..JT. U'TO Wwii.iTi.fritW.'.Wfftf.J.-I (J THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 9. 1891. auwuiMHii if St IV i j 3T f ra 8 n .'WW THE OHAT OF SOCIETY. A VliW WKDDIXGS TO 11REAK TUB JUJDSUMMKK atOXOTOXY. Tho Goings nml Coinings of Well-Known 1'coplc Echoes l'rom tho Senshorc, tho Springs. nml tho aiountnln ltcsorts Tim Visit of Gen. Schoflclil ami Hrldc. Frltl ay evening' was an interesting one for Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood and her friends. After many Interviews with busy workmen for months past, 'her newly remodelled house at (510 F street was thrown open for n house warming anil a musical convcrsnsione by Madam Agnes Valllc, of Boston, airs. Lock wood leaves tho city this month for Europe, eointr to Homo as au honored delegate from the United States to the Peace Union, which meets In that city in September. In view of airs. Lockwood's departure, Mrs. Martha D. Lincoln (Bessie Beach) the charming president of tho Women's National Press Association, read an original greeting In verso to...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

gg-ia n,itii.-a LlSuAttSzrSl W Ji 3 IWtijaHWWU ini.li fajla.i J. . . . - --- -"V I ,- T t"f ' ' 't1" THE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 9, 1891. mmmmiiiirj.i mni i THE.ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTI3S. Last year an oidcr was issued from the War Department amending paragraph 950 of tho Army regulations by abolishing the require ment that captains should make a complete Inspection of their companies under arms every Sunday, and providing that this inspec tion should bo made on Saturday. Tho same regulation was fuithor amended by tho addi tion of a provision that on inspection of tho men's dress and general appearance "only" ohould also bo mado on Sunday morning. Tho extent to which this latter amendment was to apply has been Interpreted differently in dif ferent commauds, so that tho practico Under it has not been uniform. Friday a general order was issued from tho Department strik ing out tho provision from tho regulations. Another order issued by tho Department amends paragraph 1225 of tho reg...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

' "C I -- --V..atJfc Jfc;r .raiK. ww.-Mnawafe .iw...ii."J1'ji-' iiiiiw,w m,,',''yii;T i--.?Kv'' . t - ,ygj. 4. HV -rT ii i ' TlrlE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST O. 1891. i LL"LALJiLLLZJ3E as . ; . &, ir Ml WASHINGTON DID WELL." omsviira bbvsated in a wku- l'LAYKD GAME, OurJJoys Got On to Louisville' ritchor In Great Slinpo X'lnnl rreimrntlons for the National Rojratta Tho JSntvlos -General Sporting Gossip. Special to The Hr.nAin. Louisville, Ky., Aut;. 8. Tlio gamo to day between the "two aspirants" fortail enriers drew together ono ol tlio old-time Louisville crowds, and tho greatest enthusi asm prevailed among tho spectators. It was a game Teplete with many brilllnnt plays, and tho Nationals brought out continued applause for their exceedingly clover work. Tho Louisvilles put Stratton in to pitch, but lie did not, according to the Louisville idea, do himself justice, as tho Nationals hit him ircely and often, and whenever a hit was needed to secure a run it was forthcoming. The team w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

-! rj P?wflPWl bwtiAW.LJ 1-.V,V r; -t"., , a 4i i "r ' - t '. 41M8 kl $U& 3Kfel 3ltii0cnal ltttfcUgtt. ESTABLISHED 1SOO. M SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. M 5MaP?a Pmtiiai AT GAMP OEOIL CLAY. UOTV THIS DEPARTMENTAL 1JATTAI. ION IS ENJOYING ITSEI.F. 'Tho Uoyn Enduring tho Ilnrdnlilpg of Oatnp Ilfo Without Complaint A AViitormolon Drill Guard Duty In tlio Itnln. Correspondence or Tim Sunday Hkkat.d. Camp Cecil Clay, Bay Ridoe, Aug. 7. Whon Congress failed to make tho usual ap propriation for tho annual encampment of tho National Guard of tho District of Columbia, tho soldier boys who wont into camp at Fort Washington last year were naturally much disappointed. Hut the members of many of tho companies early in tho spring determined that thl6 should not prevent them from enjoying at least a short period of camp life during tho summer in independent camps. In urdor to do this tho boys willingly con tributed a small sum each to defray the ex pense. Tho Sixth Battalion choso Bay...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

r. jfifa t-m iJftttlfc,f jmiKmgttra wa'H.flptfHWwmu1 iiitfnmiTJ' !.T ""' 7T ,) ; J.lJJ.'.IF'rWl Vf VWTMp'(B'rttJJitk4 r r f , ..t - f. v u A , , w. . v. v - - ywrtwMiwwf wafiWtfw- wvjwvw vrw-w '?m,- -.' -., -.- THE SUNDAY -HERALD, AUGUST 9. 1S91. 10 1 4 I . If! NEWS OF THE LODGES. MATTERS OF INTKItBST TO MBatltEUS OF THE FRATERNITIES. ImpreRKivo Funeral of the Ito Ed ward Johnnon "Whipple at Scottish. Rllo Cathoilral-Kote of tho Golden Cross. The f ollowing Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson, No. 16, Monday, 10th; Federal, No.l, Tuesday 11th ; Now Jcrusalem.No. 9, Thursday, 13th; St. Johns, No. 11, Friday, 14th; Hope, No. 20, Friday, 14th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Harmony, No. 17. Thursday, 13th. Blue-room Armlnlus, No. 25, Monday, 10th; Acacia, No. 18, Tuesday, 11th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 11th; George C. Whiting, No. 22, Thursday, 13th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood. Stan...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

Kr i'4awiiiiiinwwWwKi)iB yiatea.mMUimiAara1''1 iBBMKiaat; fjs; THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 9, 1891. 11 ANACOSTIA'S CHARMS. 'POINTED OBTnVA VRBt FRIBNOLY HAND. A Initio lilt of History-Origin of the Nunia Vino Vlows of tho City and Suburbs Obtained From Anacostla's HlllH Prominent Kosidontn. If Anacostla was within ton inllos of New 'York or Boston, Its natural attractions would 'have alono mado it famous, and a placo to bo covotod by tho speculator as a good Invest ment. But lying closo as it docs to tho beauti ful Capital City, with only a ribbon of water between, it is comporativoly unknown, ln tercsting as it is historically, as well as for Its 'natural beauties. Tho charmlne bit of river from which tho little town takes its namo, is ted front both its 6ourco and mouth. It drains a portion of Maryland, whero natural springs flow Into It, and it is tho right arm of tho Potomac sweeping eastward, and is daily tflushcd by tides from throo to flvo feot high. Anacostla Is ono milo withi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

,fbt&t ,.!-, Mltouk.Afa.tMi ;, TT.i ftf -- fc-i " - Zl A v CfifT&i. .- Aklt V w V Xfr - f x . tFttftw Wryy$ mi- sfivrit - nt niVf zm&autet AtWnr- tol THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 9. 1891. 12 I So t .: i ! !r I I E6 fi j A.' we MJft in ft If fv REAIj estate transfers. tTrftnsrers In which the consideration was nominal are not included. 1 FMDAY, JULY 31. Edmund B. Addison et ux. to Joseph D. McCauley, lot 197, Early et al.'s sub., square 132, $-1,003. Mahlon ABhforil to David Crowley, east 18 feet on A street of original lot 3, 6quarc SG9. 53,755. Frederick S. Doyle to Wlmodaugbsis, part original lots 19 and 20, square 250, $18,500. Abraham G. Heylman and Gabriel F. John eon (trustees) et al. to Frederick S. Doyle, part original lots 19 and 20, square 250, $18,500. Margaret Ilarrison et vir James A. to John It. Meyers, northwest part lot 10, square 154, being all said lot except cast 2G lect on S street, $22,077.50. Lyman A. Llttloileld et ux. to Lewis W. Ritchie, James E. Ta...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

IBB r ..-- ,-yJI.lfllH'INMMW- iygBgfflnacsyr" r&agfcww.. Ay- - TlrlE SUNDAY HERALD, AXJGrUST 9. 1S91. 18 .c-iwprf ip WM i I HIDING A BllONCO. 1 i ? ' - Oh! TootloH rroCors a Suilrtoh MoiUli to AnoUiiir Such IMnl. Clilciigo Figaro. "Kvor hoar how Tootles rodo .Johnson's bronco?" 1)111 Flngg nskcd mo ono day. 1 told him 1 had not, und he thereupon cleared his tin oat and launched Into the fol lowing: "1 know that tho little hfoncd'wa's a reg'ler firceatcr tho mlntfc I laid eyes on him. One of them quiet chaps, you know stood with his head down an' looked as If ho didn't have a friend In tho world. Innocent critter, he was! Why, 1 wouldn't a trusted him no nulckcr'n I would an Indian; no, sir. But Toot oh, Lor I Ho had taken two orthreo smiles at Rattler's, an' he told mo he could rido anything on hoofs Old Nick included. Johnson was a great joker, an' ho just nagged Toot on to rldo that sorrel bronco. "Well, sir, mchbo you won't believe it, but they had to tear down tho barn aroun...

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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