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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

- r -"-i j r -i ''- -- - " y t't'HPvUlagfrM.i fcfrmW lWiWMriHiiiif.iiiii-,ifr.jMl ,. in ,i, ,1-p, -'il'.THi,riill1'ihirHi.iiii-.iirfr-,imtliiii1nii'fini.i . in M,...... ,..- -i..a.J.... . .. .... ... - -, ....... . .-,,-,.. ,-,.,..TT,, y.j, -r- !" iiwi wiwwwwnwmauMmKM,,,. 10 THE SXJ1SEJDA.V HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6. 1S91. Mfctfi..tIKtl WW.'JnqSIWailiijKBiW,mp,Mts . wlwwUtM wrfJnm it, tw... a t i" NEWS OP THE LODGES. Alit THK SECKET SOCIETIES AGAIN IN ACTIVE OPERATION. Items That Every Vinson Is Interested in The Latest Doings In Odd-Follow Circles Fully Chronicled Tho Rcchn bites' Deputy High Chief Rulers Golden Cras Notes. The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, 7th; Pentalpha No. 23, Monday, 7th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 8th; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thursday, 10th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 11th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 11th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Harmony No. 17. Thursd...

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 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

VT" . J-- j 4-im- V iM THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1891. 11 "MX If ' !'- I. 211211 1'KAYKR. My llttlo willful maid knelt down, At clo30 of summer day, And clasped her hands upon my knee, Her simple prayer to say. But when tlio sweet petition closed, With blcsslugs on us nil, Tho rosy lips took naughty curve, At momory'3 sharp recall. "P'eftsc, God, my mamma's bad to me; "Won't lot mo havo my way; I wis' you'd tell her she must do Just ov'rythlng I say. She makes mo wash my face and hands And koops my hair In curl, P'caso, God, to make her 'havo herso'f, And 'bey her llttlo jrlrl." Willa Lloyd Jacltson. A TEACrEDY OF EREOES- The Story of Mr. Jeffries' Jenlousy and tho Trouble It Cnuscil. It was after Mrs. Jeffries, still a young and pretty woman, was dressed for dinner, and sitting at tho window with her embroidery, that she saw a messenger boy crawl up tho street, stop to throw a stone at another boy, and finally rung her door-bell. A moment after this, Bella, tho "upstairs girl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

Wffl'VK3ftja -mmektuki hrt&Zjiii- fiwwtt$fcfli Jfa yj 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1S91. REAL ESTATE AND BUILDING. Dealers in Kealty Report Increased Activity in Their Business. M AEKED IMPROVEMENT W Unocal JSxilltlei's and Contractors Intci'cstcd in tlie J?roiosnls J'or flic Coiisfcmietlon of tlie New Power House. The closing of the summer season, bringing back to this city the many business men who have been spending the heated term at some cool resort, has had tlio anticipated effect on the real estato market. Tho signs of the coming activity were apparent the week be fore last, and last week the expected increase in the number of salps were realized. Dealers In reality speak even more confidently than they did ten days ago of tho condition of the market and they, almost without exception, prophesy an usually active fall trade. One cause assigned for the looked-for advance is the statements which appear in tho press as to the more easy condition of the money market All ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

' -rs i" i- in , . -VGFmmm ,.., --..' iKCScajiJMW i . 1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6. 1891. IS f i tf NAVAL WARFARE. Tin: USKS OF modkiix weavons of OFKKNSK AND DKFENSK. Oompnrntlvo Utility of tho Dynnmlte Gun ami Torpedoes Tho Kxuctncs With Which Naval Ofllcers Know the Ability of Their Opponents. Tbo subject of modem naval warfare Is ono, that is thought about a great deal, but very few publish their thoughts. It is almost un known to tho civil public, and military men are chary of venturing on such dangerous and uncertain ground. It is only proposed hero to put a few facts and suggestions before tho public in describing tho uses to which modern weapons of offense and defense are put, thus furnishing food for thought and a good sub ject for hot argument. A modern man-of-war is fitted for offense with: First Tho main battery, consisting of . the larger guns, varying In callbtOfrom four to twelve inches, und throwing, projectiles weighing from S3 to 1,000 founds. The further use o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

- $ 1jV-l'V-1 i j --.'. "rtMBMiBfcfe WWS8Eawsigi'g nmiBHiiiMur'Vj mmi .niifrawinmj.rfnui.'ihn WWHMM''"1"' J .'.twy" ' .. t - .i - 11 I """MW va p- !-'$- 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER6, IS91. && jSitJUtvsi SWslitesfc l. w. SPEAR. GEORGE C. VIDETTO. - SPEAR & VIDETTO, ESTABLISHED 1874. ISJSAJL, ESTATE J. GERMUILLER, AKCHITEOT, A.1VI I - li . LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MADE. OFFICE: 610F STREET 1ST- "W. V, if K ,'H WASHHflTONARTTIlECO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR 'Floors, Walls, and Fireplaoes, Slato and Wood Mantels, otc, CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRUM, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. Wil. MEBCER, Practical Painter and Decorator. 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. 0. All Orders Will Bo Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. DENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative 001 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sfcn Wri...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

il&Xgmh mowff' - - I iitf MB SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1891 15 m $te$Jl ?Ssii"Jb$ JSwlx: S&jfciad $frsfcs: 533jcsXjr; iKxtad $?jsfc: fflaz&tev; ARNIESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OP 1405 JP STIWElilT, Has only a few of those beautiful lots left in " ArmeBlclgh Park" at 23 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double his prices if be concludes to sell them, it having been established they are in ono of the best locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful scenery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. n. tlat, jn. WM. B. TXJRPIN. PLANT & TUEPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, i National Safe Deposit Building, i FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. MitelielFs Bureau . of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. 4 and 0, 934 F STREET, Washington, D. C. THE EXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP ERTY A SPECIALTY. Money Invest...

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

Jpi v s - r niaoniii MNHra " " ? "WPWS' -,. it. 1$ ' . .i..t.r..i.i,. tm .oigtiyy, .S'r3teJ" 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6. 1891. iff 1 B i f X' K :7 iv -1 ft i 4 arUNOHAUSEN NOT IN IT. A CfVHfornin Story the ltnron Vfns In capable Or. Sab Fmnelrco Kxnmlntt. Themtrc 1). Carpcar, president of the Downle B. I. P. Company, pointed to an arUcle )n the Jiramiucr on the strango over flow of the Colorado desert, and began un winding fin explanatory yam. "Some years ago 1 was down In that country looking lor borax deposits and anything else that promised a commercial venture. This lit tle summer clothing weather would havo been considered ehcrry cobbler and two straws in that cUitnntc, nnd tho water wasn't good cnounh to mix with whisky. Well, of course, IgotloEt. Thnt'stho proper thing to do in that rceiOD, and 1 didn't wish to break over the rules. I left camp with a friend, who pre tended to know all tho ear marks of the suffering land, and put off for a little valloy, where an India...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

T3J T51 i'W "iymV JWHW'!',' "'' f i ,'wM'mHn"jjHjl K t VOL. XXVI. 'WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 26. 4jjfeuji. i,, i jNUifon Mr mlit g77 f WWWFW TONY" HAINS ON TRIAL. 'NEW EVIDENCE WAS ADMITTED YESTERDAY. v 'Y , Instructions to tlio Jury Exceptions Taken by tlto Defense Tho Arguineiit Opened SonutorAVborhoos Will Closo thoGiiuo for thei'ProAccutton. UN Hampton, Va., Sept. 12. ft was fifteen minutes paBt ten wbonjudgo Gunter cnllcd the court to order in tut3llalns trial. Not withstanding a atcadyjeasterly rain storm, which set in last night, the room- Was again -crowded with spectators, ladies occupying a 'large numhor of tho sets. 'While it was un derstood ly tho court 4 tta.it tho case was "dosed last night, Senator Voorhces asked permission to introduce two witnesses, then 'in court, who would testify M to tho position of tho dead body of llamftgan when found. Mr. Goode objected to tiio court opening tho caso for now ovldcuco. Tho point was dis cussed at so...

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

$tM. "- Man, ti.,.1' in.1 m whujpu 0ff , ri I itt?iiJjas' :? i,l V i r -. V I r THE.SUNDAY HERALD.SEPTEMBER 6, IS 91. -- I ' I '. t ':'!, MJ. i-N Cm ).: I i ;I el I JtJ A, THEATRE ATTRACTIONS. ACADEMT OX' MUSIC OrENS WITH "A man Bor.x.En." Famous Ilormnnn rerforms nt tho Xow Xnlionnl Albnui;H'n l'rcsonts tho Roaring Comedy, "XJ nuil I" Good Shown at tho Iiycoum nnil BIJou. Tho regular sc.i6on at Albaugh's Grand Opera II0U60 opened most appropriately ana nuspicuously last week, when that truly creat tragedienne, Janauschek, appeared for tho first time in three years before a Washington au dience. Heretofore she has generally favored tho theatre-goers of this city with a repertory of her strongest personatlous, but last week she confined herself to a Blnglo play. "The Harvest Moon" is a romantic drama of con siderable interest. Its plot is well conceived and effectively told despite a number of glaring inconsistencies in the make-up of some of the characters and their relations with e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

- t "'1 - T '. t -"' S . f I vijl 'm,'z l umfLifA' t jr.f-1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13. 1891. -r'r-i- .A W SOCIETY RETURNING., UOST.S OF ABSENT I'lSOl'Iili BACK raOMTHE SUMMER RKSORTS. Tho Heated Term atnn 15iid, mill tho K. UvltlcB pf tho Season About Over A Gay Party Still at AVarronton, Vn.Snoloty Gossip. Tho gay season at Wnrrciiton still con lluucs. LaBt night tbo Town Hall was bril liant with youthful grace and loveliness. An exquisite dobutauto cotillon was given by Miss Lena Gaines to her guests, Miss Riley, of Washington, and her rnusln, Miss Gaines, of Texas, Dr. Baldwin Duy with his Eartncr, MIbs lllley, led with oven more than Is usual grace aud skill. After dancing from 9 until 1 o'clock the company re paired to tho beautiful homo of Mrs. William II. Galnos, so appropriately named "Para dise," whero a bountiful supper was enjoyed ior several nours. tuo receiving party con sisted of Miss Rlloy, In white crepe; Gaines, In lilac silk and sliver brocade; Prances Cox, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

m v t - lmiHlMmllimtlMPy;T tiii. yg w'"ii i i ! ii ! w iiimiMHim.ur-TT MtMStfes4g--: tf, .4, , - -' it w THE. STLJNIDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER ia.JLS91, t , i ;i ? . i.M 4) T i r j ' ,v ?." 1(11 U i TOccfttg Q)aftonaf 3nfcfft'senccr. The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD EtTAtLISHED 1111. Entered nt the Post Ofllco nt Washington, D. C., as Sccomt-clnsB Matter. J. EC. SOUI.K, .1- .rroprlotora. A.T.HENSKX Editorial and Publication Offices South west Cor. 11th nml K Sts. N. IV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made bu postal note, money order, or checks on Hcb York or Wash ington. When checks on banks in oUicr cities arc tent the cost of collcctionwill 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, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to justify pub...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

I p , ' "2 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13, 1SP1 FI END OF THE LARK. Aucf, Writijs ok tiiu WlIITlJ Squadron My Deah .Louise: The Secretary of thu Navy bus lot fn)l a thunderbolt these calm September Qaj 8, that is considered a scatter ing blow for the White Squadron. Talk about Congressional funeral junketing was there over such au ofllclal lurk as tho White Squadron has enjoyed i Tho eleven war ships of Admiral Walker's command, have made tho tour of the fashionable seaside resorts, nb& what a dash they have cut 1 As au ornamental evldcncoof tho power tud strength of this great Government, tho White Squudron has been a pronounced success. It Is said that it was no unusual thing whUuUho'shlps wcro anchored at a swell seaside resort for tho captain of one ship to send a message tot tho officer In command of another ship "send over to mo nil your dancing men." Where upon all tho dancing men on duty were Im mediately rclloved and Bent over to do tho society act. Tho Annapolis cadot...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

"r u fofiwii J v V A 'i-..' , SKf'fnfilJ i t- J ,, .p.. v 4b i e THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13. 1891. VACATION IS OVER. SPECIALTIES IN FINE BUTTER! THE DARLINGTON. THE SHARPLESS. THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER. 5 .V3VL 8-POUND BOXIDS J?A.C1C3U3J JPOXl FAMILY U3I-3. SCHOOLS 1JKING l'RUPAKED lf'oR THUIK OPENING NEXT WEEK Superintendent Vowoll at His Desk Again "An'IntcrcKtlng Talk With Him Ko Snrrtlni; School Affairs Vacntlon Is Not Too Long School Notes. '- . , V V 5' -i V I' ll I I Tho Superintendent of public schools, Professor W. B. Powell, nrrived In tho city yesterday morning, and appeared at his desk ,in tbc Franklin Building promptly nt 9 o'clock, ready for the work of preparation for the i.cw school year, whicn begins next Monday week. A Heuai.d reporter found tho proftssor looking quite well after his mouth's vacation with hts family in tho Cats kills. To the query whether he found his vacation too long he replied: "No, indeed, it was not long enough. Thero is always work to bo done...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

riaswttS&r: THE SUNDAY HERALD. SEPTEMBER 6, 1891. 7 ' THE ARMY'AND THE NAVY. iVItMY NOTES. Post Chaplain Ell W. .1. Ltntlesmlth, U. S. Army, has been retired. Leave of absence for one month has been granted First Lieutenant Edgar S. Dudley, Second Artillery. Leave of absenco for flfteon days has' been granted First Lieutenant Edward S. Avis, Elgbtdenth Infantry. Lieutenant A. B.WyckoiT has been ordered to nssumo command of tho naval station at Puget Sound, Washington. Ensign A. C. Dlcffcnbach has been ordorcd to duty at the naval proving ground, Indian Head, Mil., on tho 24th instant. Tho lcavo of absenco grautcd First Lieu tcnantEdwln F. Glcuu, Twenty-fifth Infantry, has beon extended five months. Leavo of absenco for ono month from Sep tember 9, 1891, has been grauted First Lieu tenant Douglas A. Howard, Ordnance De partment. Leavo of absenco for flfteon days, to tako effect ou being relieved from recruiting "duty, has been granted Captain Aaron S. Daggett, Second Infantry. Le...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

ItJ GSSSSflW $W iMMWit ww wiL,iife-rn,a.-, rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13, 18P1. til Mt w , . f i! I1 "I t r Ms ' wi a; I ft i I M J ' :1 fr' lift I ANOTHER CONTEST LOST. 2ATIONAt.S PLAY AN KKKORIiKSS GAME HUT COULD NOT WIN. tinrsinn Was Untied lrcoly by tho llrow ors I)owl ami Shannon's Brilliant field VTnrk Iionlsvlllo Wins, ami Is Close on Our Heels. Special to The Sunday Haiut.it. Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 12. Tho Nationals played an errorless gamo hero to-day and showed more vim and snap than in any of tho previous contests. Casslan proved an easy mark for the Brewers. Thoy hatted hhn freely and that, too, when tho runners woro on tho bases. But tho Nationals could not do any thing successfully with the peculiar drop ball of Davis. The batting of Shoch and Dalrym plc, of the Wllwaukecs, and Dowd, McCauloy, and McGuiro were tho features, while Dowd. and Shannon played brilliantly in tho field. Attendance, 1,8S0. Score: uilw'kee. nnn ro a einationalsjibh ro a e 0 o Murphy ,1.f. 0 0...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

" I i t I l'f JUrfe 3Kta$r txxrnl 3tttiUstt ' established 1SOO. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. ' . REGULATING SALOONS. proprietors must expose the iii premises to View. Commissioner Adopt Regulations to Govern tlio Sale of Iduuor Saloons to lie Closotl After tho First Rejection of u n Application. Commissioner Robert, after considerable hard work yesterday, submitted to Commis sioner Ross a new set of regulations, looking toward an Improvement of the present plan of issuing liquor licenses. One of the most important changes in the regulations is the Tollowing form of notification: "Mr. : Yon are hereby notified that your application for a liquor licenses for No. street in tho city (or county) of Wash ington, District of Columbia, was on the- day Ou , 189-, rejected by the Commis sioners. Thcro ia now duo you on account of your deposit tho sum of $ , which you are entitled to upon demand. You arc further notified that tho above rejection terminated all rights you may have...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

Vlli':i''i'il'W'fl',''f '' ifi TTlTliMillllWlTt 1 ..uMW -. "- --ru tt, -irT -. n3&sfyff!i tm w----1 ft- -ffr-MfiW''t'&T- - tiw1 .jfr1fciJWu'VW iTpfcMw M6 ,,vM"i s v Y 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13, 1891. J k t ft i 'I M i ' NEWS OF THE LODGES. NEED OF A NEW MASONIC UU1I.D ING TALKKI OF. targe Numbers of "Western Mrjoiw Aro Also Grand Army Jtoii Delegates From tho Scottish Ktto Depart for Boston lilts of Gossip Keenrdlng Odd Fellows I. O. M. and Goldon Cross Notes. The following Masonic bodies meetupontho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 14th; National No. 12, Tuesday, 15th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 16th; La Fayette No. 19, Thursday, 17th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, ISth. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ar minlus No. 25, Monday, 14th; Osiris No. 20, Wednesday 16th; Columbia No. 3, Wednes day, ICth. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth and Pennsylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 18th. Masonic Hall, Virginia ave...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

ftr J J. ws f " yffllRI -smat&r 'at r THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEiMBER 13, 1S91. 11 I-w 1 ,1 THE OM) MOAT. A worn-out boat upon tho sborc, lTho children's playground 13 it bow, Tho troubled deep It tempts no more. It llc3 nt rest like rusty plow. And yet It basics hi bright noontide, It echoes trludly childish voices; A sailor's wife leans here, aud wide Her outlook till her heart rejoices. Hero lovers moot whou dusk draws near, Tholr voyntrcB havo hair begun; Ah 1 tuny thoy keep vows truo and dear, Until their resting days aro won. For 'tis not every craft that lies So calmly on a kindly shore; Aud 'tis not ovcry heart Is wise To cherish lovo when youth Is o'er. The Academy. PRONUNCIATION TESTS. .A Gnmo 'Xliat is Botli Instructive anil Amusing. A great many prouunclatlou tests have been written and printed. Some have been useful; others have not boon. The Rev. William Durani, a cultivated Presbyterian minister, prepared tho following collection of words more or less used in readin...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

-UJil.,.,.. V!-, -.i-, ,,l-i,.W.... , -s-sr- ny-yc--- - " - - -- J '" -T-AW-r-i J , "' ,WPU -. ,r v " - iH -," vt --' ewwwiBU,UJiauftA J JBs2t- -v 12 THE STJNIXA.Y HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S91. ( ,i i J i I ' h , l!,1 f V I u: v EEAL ESTATE Many Inquiries But Fewer Sales During the Week. BUILDING OPERATIONS IVott Car Houses for Uio "WnsliiiiRtoii mill Gieox'sretcrwii H. It. Co.-A 31np:iilllcanl, Struetrivre Coxitomplivtotl. The real estate markc t Las been practically at a standstill during the past week. Very few dealers report any 6alcs, and even those that were made were not very large. This condition, however, docs not cause any anxiety among the agents who are all confi dent of a most successful fall season. They say that the advance which was noticeable at the first of the month was due to the return of a few of the active operators in realty. These people secured the property which looked most promising at that time, and are now looking around for further purchases. The heavy i...

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

3 a '1 i. THE STUNJDA.Y HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13. 1S91. 18 llOBBKI) OF TIIS TEfiTH. An Old Man's Unique lixpoilonco "VVI h Sun FrmiolKcb KootjiiulB. San Frnnolsco Call. What is doubtless the most unique case of garrotlng on record In tho civilized world to date took place In a disreputable quarter of this city. About 12 o'clock a distlnguished'lookinjr, well-dressed old man, with blood-stains on his snow-white whlBkors, came into the Receiving Hospital and said that ho had been sand bageed. llo Bald two men struck him from behind, dragged him into a dark alley, and with a pair of pincers, 'oh dentist's for ceps, pulled 140 worth of gold teeth and fillings from his jaws and then turned lilm loose. The old man, who was slightly under the influence of liquor, had tho appearance of a well-to-do business man. Ho declined to glvo his namo or residence or tho name of tho street whoro tho assault took place., From this it would appear that ho had been fre quenting some questionable locality and...

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