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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

'&. . . OSfcsC. Xf,l9 y --wr .?JBSi2l; &v 1-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 9, 1891. iff t Wf ii W 4 J WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Fleers, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, eto., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Sfloor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS j OF MARBLE WORK. ,LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING . .v .V : "AND DECORATINGS-. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MERCEB, Practical Painter . and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. W Orders Will Bb Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. DENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative IE3 -A. I2sT T IE IE&, 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR 'Qfflsar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. Painting ! Decorating! FAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, IN TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. Decorating, Gilding, and Bronzing. Esti mates f urnlibed for work In cit...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

pwppw TTrffrow : ft xvtt- Twwryr-jrss i.T. V' ...yn,. o't'y imii'nii""Kl 11 ti ?J p ..x- 3 THK SUNDAY HERALD, A.XJGXJST 9, 1S91. 1 9bctl 5Ctwt -crtUrx;;, $t:t "Vl&kUklb &&&lltK& tesl l&sfcttfcjfc 3ttJbe;tf $tsi $ aaetfss fU-tl ?Etwfc "$il&&tev& HkMMrMN ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OF 1405 J? &miJZiJ2rX Has only a few 'of thoso beautiful lots left in u ArruoBloIgh Park" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his priced if he concludes to sell them, It having been established they arc in 0116 of tho best locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful Bcenery , and a select neighborhood. No lots will be sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. PLANT, JK. WM. B. TUIIMN. Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, B. C. B. q. QUJJ80N. L. C. JUSTICE. GUNSON & JUSTICE, Real Estate Brokers, 60G J? ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 August 1891

KfflffL., --,- '-w-w-rii,,, -vVC-.- - - .4-W' -W- Vw. wJJUwMw. M, . ... ,.. --r 1 - -3! V " ' ' "fa J If i ! 16 THE SUNDAY HKRALD, AUGUST 9. 1S91. EMT..TJ?,.- wytj.1btt.ltNMfctfcu. . t ? I M hi ; v Tipj BOSTON G1RV3 TiAIKENT. Doston Courier. Tho Doston tnaidon heaved n slitb; As very well she mlsrht For sbewns fnr nwny from homo: Ob, miserable plljfbt! " Alas, nine," she sadly said, Ob Tvbat n coming- down J Whan 1 must spend fourdrenry weeks Outside of lloston town. "The people here mean well enough. But they distress me so; Unllko ourselves, there is so much They do not seem to know. vjijS vcry i)fmi Whcn ono would spenk Tho riches ot her mind, To bo with such a wealth of tongues, To ISnjrliah speech confined. M So few can good Chrysostom quote; So lew nroup on Keats; And ono can talk theosophy With vcry few she meets. "They're till so light and trivial So vacuous of worth; And all their intellections cling To hollow things on earth. " But what inflicts the deepest palu Aurttl the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

t IffumW'ViM11""' MWM'MWWteyfr'WV ."V T - r I i om I i' i. J,t& 3UlIfcfet:g H&iitftt&l lttilligmjctf. V VOL, 2CXV1. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, AXJGUST 16. 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 22, r n pte BnnMn "FOSTER ON FINANCES. HIS AND BENATOK SHERMAN ARE IN FUM, ACCORD. 'The Treasury Is In a Comfortable Condi tion nml Thoro'n No Occasion Por Alarm Tho Govcrnmont Is A11o to Maintain Tills Condition. Secretary Foster mado tho following state ment yesterday In regard to tho refunding operatloliH and tho ilna'ncial situation gen crally: x "About $18,600,000 of 4J per cent, bonds have been extended and applications have been received covering about $3,500,000 more. 11 What tho final outcome may bo of course I do not know. It is probable that a considera ble portion of the balance ($30,000,000) will be extended. It will bo no hardship to tho Trea sury to bo called upon to pay those not ex tended. In fact such payment will add by the amount paid to tho money in the bands of the people. By tho exte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

mww '" iii'il1 ' d$ ' cywr' T" i a,i,.,jJttMi2rrS?S5 MljKf'l WI ''' HM, t.ttai " M if THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891. I- r !' H Ittf U1 V I?B- U tWWK ' ,Ert PANIC IN THE WHEAT PIT. EFFECT OF THE WOIlIiB-WinE AGI TATION ABOUT BREADSTUFFS. Hundreds of. Mellowing Bulls ami Hear ing Bcnrs Excitedly Pressing Their Offers, TThllo tlio Frico of Cereals Shot Up An Eventful Day. Chicago, Aug. 15. The local dealers in cereals lost all control over the wheat, corn, and rye markets this morning, No such ex cited scrambles have been seen In tho Chicago wheat pit stneo B. P. Ilutchlnson ran his corner in that cereal In tho fall of 1SSS. Out Bide dealers were as much at Bea as the Chicago speculators. Tho story is only barely Indi cated by tho closing quotations which show Cg advance in wheat, 8c. in ryo and 2? in corn. Tho excitement which characterized the trading yesterday was quadrupled at the opening to-day. December, which was being traded at 992 at 1:15 o'clock yesterday after noon, was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

"JSSWHPW. ' ,.. I T nilMJilf i niiMMlifttmiMiiiiiMiii , tw 'r fNtf,- -, ww,www"M"li I'1 ('H-UMLHnnyy'i jjntw'--ViH IHHfm UHfnyipm i, ?r THE SOJS13DA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891 1 E g Tf LIKE RESTLESS SPIRITS. SOaiKTV lEOlIiK 8TTK.I. FMTTING HJTHEH AJIIJ THITHER. EcIioch or tho Gay TIjuob at Some or tho Moro Fashionable Itosorts Where Woll-KnoVn Wunhinctonianft nro Taking Tholr Summer Ease. Gaiety hns begun at Red Sulphur iu oarnest. On Thursday last tho guests of that f ainoua resort gavo tho most brilliant hop ever held tn Monroe County. Early in the evening tho 'ball-room wos crowded to sufTocation, young and old, all eager to indulge in the pleasures o tho danco to which tho delicious strains of melody from tho orchestra of fifteen pieces gavo renewed zest. Tho events of tho even ftp wero tho grand march and exhibition military landers, given under the direction of Mr. Harry 8. Morris, of tho famous Seventh Regiment of Now York, and Mr. Charles L. Gloeson, of tho Washington High Sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

ttf&mwmixi V4inWQfttv,3Sl; , . f-i . ' - - - " r - .wmmtimm tssswe . ,4.,l mwst'1"1 TEr Sto-NtoAY- ftB-RAD,- AUGUST 16lBBl. ' 'Mash lift. 3 R. r e $untap 1E)eraft nccfttg Qtatfonaf 3nfcfft'gcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED KSC. Entered at tho Tost Olllce at Washington, D. C.i as Second-class Mutter. J. H. SOUI.E, A.T. HENSEY, .Proprietors. Editorial and Publication Ofltcos South west Cor. 11th and K Sts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (In advance) per year $2. BO Remittances should bo made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Wash inalon. When checks on banks in other cities are sent the cost of cdllcctionwill be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Heiiaivd can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, shoxild retain a copy. Local reports and absolute jicics of sufficient importance to justify publication icitl be wel comed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

"cTZ S2tSBis5CSP r.,,!0(r "7 W' T4 THEriiSUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891. ;? ' "m MRS. CRONYN'S BROTHER. UK COMICS TO WASHINGTON TO I'KIt- suauk uitn 10 go homis, VulShe In Uonl. On Making it Succcar In Opera And Will Komnln With the Cnrloton Company Why She Went on the S In go. The advent of Mrs. .John L. C. Cronyn, of Buffalo, into theatrical circles lias been tbe sensation of the week throughout the coun try. Mrs. Gronyn Is singing ulto In the chorus of the Carleton Opera Company, and Bhe has succeeded so well that Mr. Curloton has decided to give her the part of Lady Jlctty, in "Dorothy," this week. Mrs. Cronyn is the wife of Dr. John Cronyn, of Buffalo, and during her reign In society in that city she was not only the acknowledged hello but a sort of ruler in her own set. In consequence of this her transformation iuto an ordinary chorus girl was heralded throughout the couutry, and caused a sensation oven greater than that caused by Mrs. James Brown rotter when she took to the B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

m h -y vdt 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16. 1891, hi ill LS-.rtpfi ml THEATRICALS STIRRING. HERMAN'S NEW I.VOEU3I AI TUK BIJOU TO OPEN THIS "WEEK. tClic Cnrloton Company to Itenrier "Doroth y" for Its Second Week, With 'Mrs. Cronyn In the CnstTho Ellis nt the Other Houses. "Amorita" this week has been a urcat suc cess for Mr. Carlcton's Company at Albaugh's. Tho cast is an exceptional one. A bettor Fra JBombarda than J. K.. Murray is not to bo secured, and Miss Alice Vincent as Angelo was tuneful, graceful, and thorough. Mies Vincent's work in this role Is most conscien tious. Tier whole heart Is thrown into her lines, and her duets with Miss Lsno boar every evidence of the artiste. This Is tho only opera in which Miss Vincent takes r male part, and she smothers her cmbarassmont with hard work Vf. H. Fitzgerald, who has caro fully drilled Mrs. Cronyn in her work, prom ises a,brieht future for that lady. A lone ex perience has given to Mr. Fitzgerald a fore sight poEsesscd by few of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

734 1 " i V BIHE T L.3.,JM cf .. vfy-jsiU' ' JUS1 T3 -- .IjwMiMf A"r-" "" " r- v . .Vv- i- -- ..' 1 V (( I THE SliKDA.Y HERALD. AUGUST 16, 1891. :. . THE AllMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. The following havo been appointed cadets at West Point during tho week: Andrew L. Russoll (alternate), Plymouth (Second Dis trict). Mass.; William L. Constantino, Atlanta (Fifth District), Georgia, with J. V. Ileldt, of same place, as alternate: Fred H. Becker, Wausau (Ninth District), Wis., with Juntas S. Bard, of Symeo, as alternate; Francis 11. Hullc, Easton, (Eighth District), Pa., with Charles A. Hapshcr, of Mauch Chunk, as alternate; Blount L. Shoppcrd. Houston (First District), Texas, with Arthur K. Stowo, of Jasper, as Alternate; Edgar T. Collins, Hepburn (Six teenth District), Pa. The following transfers of officers in the artillery arm are ordered: Second Lieutenant Maurico G. Kraycnbuhl, from the Fifth Ar tillery to the Second Artillery; Second Lieu tenant William C. Davis, from the Third ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

' t-?r"$?-fK:r -t k wfjn?.,. THH, SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16. 1891. i i M wiv IE r w i '7 jl NATIONALS KEEP IT UP. THliY T.OOSE THEIK FIKST GAME AKTEK THKIK KETUKN. 1'oor Inhibition in the Presence of 3,000 People Weakness at tlio But and Had Hnso Running General Base ball News and Gossip. Tho Nationals returned to tho city yester day, and near 'y 2,000 peoplo crowded through tho turnstiles to sco them piny. Tho team kept up their had work and gave a eomowhat tonic exhibition of weakness at tho hat and miserable base-running. Griflln mado his re appearance and showed tint ho was tho star player of the team. Carsoy wns In to pitch and pitched well up to tho olghth Inning, whon tho Athletics by placing a lot of chanco hits secured five runs. The came opened auspi ciously for the Nationals, as Dowd reached first on Hallman's mull of his high lly, a clean steal to second, and homo on Griflln's clean hit to centre field. Sutcliffe also hit safely, but McGuiro and McCauley wore retired, lea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

-UUV--fe& :i ' yt Hfljc -5r, , ''TSl -'3:! v- r . nr Hj r;AwBi)WiiirWMat!'iipi T't J ' V ' J Jinfe Wlxxht Etixrl IttisUigims? ESTA3LI3MKE) 1800. SUNDAY, AUGUST 16. 1S91. PAGES 9 TO 16. - - - nlriw'Wfc"'.wo. Pmmiai Tfc" r I 1 i I ESCAPED BURIAL ALIVE. A SUPPOSED CORPSE REVIVES UN 1)EK Till: SURGEON'S KNIPK. William P. Eliot, Who Apparently Died In Great Agony from tho Effects of a Rattlosnalco's Bite, ComcA to Life Agtiiit A nig Now Jorsoy Sensation, Newton, N. J., Aug. 15. William P. EHet, Bon of II. M. Ellet, who live near Braiichville, Sussex County, was bitten by a rattlesnako some days ago and to all ap pearances tiled, and tho preparations for his funeral wcro made. Tho doctors concluded to make u post mortem and cut open a sore that had formed under his arm. To their great surprise tho young man began to show unmistakable signs of life, and restoratives being applied, ho came to, and is now getting well. Tho caso has attracted widespread at tention, ami hundreds of people ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

"sar-sqtfi a ps&spg wjstsi- '- wssi? .sm. . ' tt 3 r f"l7f , vv ,ji(jIIJwip,t''r' ?v 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16. 1891. U ?V NEWS OF THE LODGES. MATTERS OP INTEREST TO MKMHKRS OP THE FRATERNITIES. Alums Temple's KIr nnd Successful Ex cursion to Mnrsltnll Hull Golden Cross Items 'What the Reclinbltes Are Dolnc I. O. 3M. Notes. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, 17th; Pcntalpha No. 23, Monday, 17th; National No. 12, Tues day, 18th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 19th; La Fayctto No. 19, Thurs day, 20th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 21st. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G 6treet Cathe dral Osiris 2o.2G, Wednesday 19th. Bluo Room Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 19th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth and Pennsylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 21st. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 17th. ' Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 20th. Masonic Hall Unlon...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

-ir V V fc-"- UiWttOT THE' STJNIDA.Y ERA.l?D.?MltJGXlJST 16, 1891. li f ?? 4 T f, dj ww 1- it TQK I.OST OnOKI) VOUtf DJ New York Mercury. "Wo stood nlono In tho choir loft. By tho orjrun tall iind grtm. While ovor tho koys hor flnwcra Followed hoi own ewcot whim; IspokooC tho coining parting And pleaded ono fnrowell kiss, Out her modest wish forbade mo Lest tho aoxton old might Hat. Then I struck on the organ tistroau, Cull chord, And oro Its echoes died, In the twlllffht dim of tho old gray church I kissed my promised brldo. Wo stood again nt tho organ. When many years had lied; Butsho thought mo cold and uoirtloss, And I thought her old love dead. I spoko of our Inst fond parti tu. Of tho ohord and its tender tie. And how, liko tho sounds of that music, Our lovo had throhbed and died; Then my heart leaped up with a great glad bound. And forgot its recent pain, For sbo blushed and, drooping hor lashes, said; "Could you And thnt lost chord attain?" HIS riKST.CI.IENT. A Story of a Yo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

.! v."--.. (i 'r ""SH i 12 THE-SUN-BAY HEIt'ALD, AUGUST 16. 1891. aw EEAL ESTATE AND BTTILDING. The Extreme Hot Weather Causes a Lull All Around. FEW PERMITS FOR NEW HOUSES TAKEN OUT. J Tulle A.loxl tlie JJxiliatiiK Trade Mnny 3?ulnteiH Ovrl of .Employment. The summer dullness which for the past month haB made the real estate market prac tically inactive seems Anally to have struck building operations, as evidenced by the num ber of permits issued during the past week. This condition Is probably indirectly due to the intense heat of a few days of last week. It is not unusual, however, at this time of the year for the number of permits issued to drop considerably for about a month. The Inactivity will last no longer than a month, if it does continue, as most of the business men of Washington will have returned by the middle of September and operations begin to pick up atrain. The total number of permits issued week before la6t contrast strongly with those of the past week. During the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

. 1. ..hu.A L .- j. tJ- A I I ! i!fle(Wj WW .SJ naw(jimriMK'iininii i W- .-"-...,.,.-. r - - - --v .W"M;H; ftl J- " r 'S THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891. lfcf - f-4,.v m m;h-3v yjttf- REAIj ESTATK TRANSFER?.' Transfers In which Hio contldcrntlon wis nomlnnl bre not included.! FIUDAY, AUOrST 7. Thomas Carroll et ux. to David A. Oflutt, lots 27 and 28, ToddB' eub., square 693, $1,100. Benjamin A. Colonnactux to Jean M. D. Lander, part original lot 13, 6quaro 782, $4,800. Rezln W. Darby to WlHiam Wheatlcy, an undivided one-eighth Interest In part lot 5, B. and II. addition, 48 feet on Hlch street, Georgetown, subject to trust of $10,000, $4,- Klcbard L. S. Hal penny et ux. to J. Carroll, part original lot 10, square 479, 33,000. John S.Jcnksetux. to Bushrod Robinson, lot 208, 6quaro 182, Jenk's sub., $15,000. A. M. McLachlen and It. White (trustees) to Solomon Carr, lots 78 to 79, Inclusive, 6quaro 1028, McLacblen and White (trus tees) et al.'s sub., $5,250. Ilarry W. Schneider et u...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

,-jj. , roymwi kmi i nWt, j. , jgna 1-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 16. 1891! ! . f JH I M warn Wl' 1 Mii i w i ft WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Firoplacos, Slate and Wood Mantels, eto., CORNER "First St. and Indiana Ave. 'Floor ami Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING 'AND1 E CORA TING. -20 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MERCEE, Practical Painter and Decorator, vJ404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. All Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. .THOMAS S. DENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative 001 G STREET SOUTHEAST. "Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Oaasar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. ainting ! Decorating! o tPAlNTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, IN TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. 'Decorating, Gilding, and Bronzing. Estl mates f urnlehed for work In city and country. First-class ma...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 August 1891

-'- !" -! 'f'ftfjr ".'. . VH V1 ' l1 yfc- l ' i . i t fr. ''. ' M,tf tW T'r "-(' ' " '.' r ' "- ,...1.,,wr j-., ,, r r- &"!?' mrMW'li& ' V ,n ,WdWrw ii i .1 rilm yra- jjkailJlat ..,i ( ' "i? f Ll i ' n THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 16, 1891. 15 fctetJt Sxtvtfee arlt; Sfotad y&sttifcfc mjsvtJtevss fccl yggfcttt 3J$&jUi. itesrl ffi&t&tiZ 1&:Vltevsi - ,''-JJE:W;tt i 5 ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, of xi65 ip JTt:i:irx Has only a few of thoso beautiful lots left In '-rnieslelgh Park" at 23 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double bis prices If bo concludes to sell them, It having been established tbey are in ono of the best locations for suburban residences around tbo city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful scenery , and a Bclect neighborhood. No lots will be sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. 1'IiANT, Jll. WM. B. TUKPIN. PLANT & TUKPIN, t Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, i National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH...

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

A'1 VS')?. , - -i V tr 'rrn-AfcjRVBMtria-"".' 16 THE SUNDAY MKRAUD, AUGUST 16! 1891. &t .wo 3i if IN TMEMOllIAM. ATltUIW, NEW. How pntnful it is to tlio fcolitiK bcnrt, To see Iho young, the jrif ted nnd the iray, fr'nll victim to tho cruel spoiler's dnrt, And in life's early raorntnjr pass away. "Philosophy may analyze n tear, but it can not curvo n hope in it; It may make a spectrum, but it cannot make a smile; and the text of this is a brief one: Died, on Sun day evening the flth o( August, 1891, nt GalUicrsburg, Md., Arthur T. Noff, nee 23 Tears, of typhoid fever. A resident of Wash ington, D. C. Death is sad under any circumstances; In any form. In this instance, it did not invado childhood with its withering breath or touch youth's bright, sunny bowers. It did not go 'to the weary and tired of life, nor did It re lievo the agonies of tho dcsolato of earth. It came Jo one who was enjoying tho splendor and vicor of matured manhood, whilst hope was full i lown, aspirations cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 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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