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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 September 1891

PPpmaapafiiBf mm i i r- --H.' 5AitM.Llkir' .- jka - -"" iEdJ-1 if.LliJr'r. nr iiiiniii.mil I nr. 14 THE SUNDAY HER-AJD. SEPTEMBER13, 1891. (t(-WVwiwPPWPW" i 'Hta.'irr """-. , My,fc" , ' M , -,ni "y, tllWtTi ilfci - w-cmfr-' faf.Z5 ET . v -.. .... . i. -,iUtftiTfMTFrn.yiOTrll-i-fnTMiiiMwrfMrgHrn1rifritiriitiMiiMii -htm n bum Jim iii uttf- "-- - 1 1 mi n t .. - fmim if di in iMMaiiltfctii i V '-miTnMllfflfflTW'TflfWBT a i i n ii i urn iJiil MMJiKihMilliii tmtit v iMi ' MJWiHWlMMTlMnnTitrifflnrV -.1 i-j- jn -.. - --Tjt i'" ny& a r i nimnin iri i - mi . -w , - n j.j- --" .- - -i i - abu.ailnWlnMHHKVnnraIWUllflWMLUUVI'W, rgJx&vrmV"K. -TlKW(J'PVIlMI3r-W w--" -" -- - -- - ,v --t - - - t f Pr; ':' ;. I I F t f ? I 1 .' a i r ."$f U K. U Br- ft K . & 1 : WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. 'Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and" Firoplaces, Slaio and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER "First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ...

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. — 13 September 1891

MiNPMgjifffciiEwro Js ' tJd THE SUNDAY HKRAlJD, SEPTEMBER 13, 191. IS i&Stl flsjSJtStfcxfc UlVgi ptead W&&t& $HtiJU$5i IEttl SEgjJtstjte M&kIk& W&&i ffi&k&tjZ lVJSS ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, GXP 14.05 IT fSJ?lXJ21Hrrt Has only a low of those beautiful lots left in ' Armosleigh Park" at 25 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon doublo bis priced if be concludes to sell them, it having been established they are in ono of tbo best locations for suburban residences around the city, on account of the conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful ecenery, and a Belect neighborhood. Ho lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. I'IjANT, jk. WM. B. TOJU'IN. PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, Nationait-Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., "Washington, D. C. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. 4 and 0, 934 F STREET, Washington, D. C. THE EXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTAT...

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

iflWiMlfl1lMll ". w-iL-i-j. 1 1 f-vau a it 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 13. 1S91. Bt ( ( t V ft A BttSAJj IN A HAllB'ar. What tlio Inmntes Eat anil now Thoy Untlt. Jmple Bar. A plate of broth before onch guest; iu the middle a big red tray, containing tutublets of water nnd syrup, and small plates filled with sweets, caviar, sardines all kinds of hors d'reuvre, in fact, which aio plentifully patronized. I am seated next to tho pasha's daughter. A piomiscuous rout of servants and slaves wait upon us. Somo are white; some are very, very black. The latter wear tho most elementary of coloied chemises or night -drosses, caught around the waist with a string. After the soup comes a huee platter of little bits of roasted mutton. In deference to my prejudices, I am helped upon a separato plate, though I had como prepared to act upon the principal of a whimsical old friend of my childish days, whoso paraphasing of "A la guerre comme a la guerre" was "In Turkey do as the turkeys do." I am ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

1v&miwms!mt mmmw n ,v- 3KxZk ySHLtjthlig M&ti&utxl nkllnKx:. VOL. XXVI. .WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SO. 1891.-16 PAGES. NO. 27. .. is Sii3SK3l TO NO PISTOLS WERE DRAWN. EOnOKS FROM SHE HAINS-HANNB-GAN TRIAIi AT HAMrTON. Xho Attack on Attorney Lipscomb Kx plalnod by Oonci, tho Juror Ho Saya O Ulcers of tho Law Crcatod tho Only Incitement NouroLK, Va., Sept. 19. Mr. Thornton F. Jones, of Hampton, brother of Booker Jones, one of the jury at tho recent celebrated Halns trial, was In Norf oik to-day and called on tho correspondent of tho Associated Press to make, what ho said, was a correction of tho reported altercation at the Hygeia Hotel be tween Mr. Lipscomb, the Washington attor ney, and tho Jones brothers. Mr. Lipscomb participated in the prosecution, and also bitterly denounced the Jury at tho mass-meeting held in Hampton Thursday night. Mr. Jones says that he and his brother 13ooker were at the Hygeia Hotel during the mass meeting and could not therefore have follo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

fat .ss' & wmmtn'i!'i't't',,, w mtmm' i"i" ' l i ni i"i iriiraiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiii'irtii iwitn' i mi i i 1 1 "i'lt 11 tJV:,, si!.. THEStTNiAY HERALD. SfiPTBMBER SO, 1S91. V AbU&raMtoM,4fcM I ,v. i i 'P. ' j i1 , IV ' REOPENING THE SCHOOLS. REPOBTS ON THK SANITARY CON DITION OF THE BUILDINGS. The Health Ofllcor Rocoiamondi Thnt tho Throlkclil School Ho Kept Closed Thrco Other Building In Bad Condi tion School Notes. Health Ofllccr Hammett yesterday received the reports of tho various Inspectors who had been charged with Investigating tho sanitary condition of tho public school buildings In tho District, lie carefully reviewed tho re ports and late in tho afternoon forwarded them to tho Commissioners with his recom mendations. From tho reports it appears that of all tho schools thrco aro in such an unsanitary condition that they need imme diate attention. The names of tho buildings ould not be learned, as tho communication to the Commissioners was scaled and Dr. Ham mett's memor...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

1 (, lfiWifrffifr'V'' v wt" iw wwywpnw tm Twwyfrwr' g"yg'gj''c' Bta twn - - w r- - H .1 X THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20. 1891. jt Ti'V AT HOME AND ABROAD. "WHKKK SOCflKTr IS SPENDING THE END OP THKSEA.-ON. TM,nny Have Koturncd to tho City, While Others Arc Still Sojourning nt tho Mountains and Sonnlioro Person ill Notes About Wnshlngtonlnnst Miss Ulrica Dahlgren, youngest daughter of Mrs. Madellno Vinton Dahlgren, and Mr. Joslau Pierce, were united In mnrrlago on Tuesday nt tbe beautiful homo of tho bride's mother, on South Mountain, Md. Miss Dahlgrcn entered the exqulsltoly-decorated parlors,In which tho ceremony was porformed, on tho arm of her elder brother, Mr. John Dnhlgren.' Miss Joeephlno Drcxel, of Now York, accompanied her friend as maid of honor. Tbe biide was attired in traveling costumo. Bishop Keanc, rector of the Catho lie University, performed tho marriage cere mony, assisted by Father Frederick. After a wedding breakfast the bridal pair loft for Canada, where they ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

GIP snnnsvvr -,-- s$fc LaLaS g-.-i.-j- - . K-; yyrBwwiimiiiii.nmwnj $$J l1HW'''MVMlg 1 4 THE SUNDAY -HERALD. SEPTEMBER 20, 1891. i1 j"appnmin 1 l i t. ' t . -" ft. 6 t Ff 4 !!' L IHS AND WccfHg Qtaftonaf 3)tfcfftgcnccr. The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 100. THE SUNDAY HERALD ElTAtUSHCO till. Sntercd at tho Fost Oulcoat Wellington, D. O.i ns Sccond-dtils Mnttor. J. H. SOULK KLK, I fSEY, I' .Proprietors, A.T.HENSEY Kdltorlal nnil Publication OOlccs South west Cor. lltli and 15 Sts. N. TVi NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (i7i advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, moticy order, or checks on New York or Wash ington. When checks on banks in other cities are sent the cost of eoUcctionwlll be deducted. The Editor of TnE Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused should retain a copy. Washington-, Sunday, September 20, 1891. The fact that tho moccasins worn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

T- v 1 W '- NP P?1STfJViyi' '?5?vTT75wn?5!(rrrT. m THE SUNDAY HERALD. SEPTEMBER 20, 1S91. i H '! a t V ! GOSSIP ON MANY TOPICS What Alice Finds to Write About These Days. . r My Dear Louise: You aro to understand that I bavo ceased to mako my apparition at tho resorts. Tho President has returned and why should ono ho ashamed of being in town after tho 15th of September ? I have ceased airing "my holiday clothes and my holiday manners." With tho cobwebs, newly brushed out or my eyes, I am deoply suscoptiblo to tho beauties or this now torn up city, and turn a doaf ear to tho constant reiteration of tho complaint that tho upturned streets aro caus ing many cases of fevers, for facts aro stub born things and tho showing of tho now Health Officer is to tho effect that September of '01, is healthier than September of '90. And after all tho health of tho city cannot bo gauged until tho McKco babies return and wo learn tho status of tho Whlto House, which has beon ''swept and garnished" an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

WZ"'?mmmm', L'hirniliwWnrfiii''j.i'ii"tji rw. wwwfci a njiwtw ) "i''m. t0fit'j'iv'M-i - s! 5 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20. iSiil, i i M M' ? it Mi ( a: n--. f I if iff! ft '41 Kt I'i'j THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tho following changes In stations ol ofllcera of the Medical Department have ben or dered: First Lieutenant George M. Wells, assistant surgeon, relieved from duty at Co lumtras Barracks, Ohio, nnil will report in per son to tho commanding ofllcer Fort Thomas, KyM for temporary duty at that station, ro llovlng Captain Henry I. Kaymond, assistant surccon, who will report at Fort Robinson, 2idb., for duty. Captain Louis W, Crampton, -assistant surgeon, roliovcd from duty at Fort -Sheridan, III., and nlll report for duty at Fort Townsend, Wash., reliotlng Captain James C. Worthington, assistant surgeon, who will report at Fort Thomas, Ky., for duty, relieving First Lieutenant Gorgo M. Welle, assistant surgeon, who will roport at San Carlos, Aris., for duty at that sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

Wm&to -( -jl t, rmwimvwvwmmiitowtmmp '$&'! -ym - 'qtywytwatng j.; e-tPWi?8- teiwj!fc4 IjMWhia!'-ih sw THEStJNDAY'HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20, 1891. ! 'i FIVE THEATRES OPEN. AND MOST Ol' THEM WID FAIUEiY GOOD BUSINESS. A Glnnco at tho Attraction of the Past Week What tho Different Houses Offer for tho Coining Week Stnjco Notes. Tho theatres were gay laBt week as well for tho crowds that attended as for tho attractions affordedi At Albauh's Grand Opera Home fun ran riot with John T. Kolly In tho laugh ablo festival, "U and I." Not that Mr. Kelly alono was tho mirth-provoking feature of tho skotcb, but that as tho central flcuro ho was pre-eminently tho favorlto with ,tho audtonccs. There wero others of tho cast much abovo tho average In ability who added largely to tho genoral success of tho per formance. Mr. Dutch Daly who assumed tho role of tho German professor was very good, but, excepting perhaps his specialty with tho accordeon, ho is scarcely tho equal of Gub Williams who has ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

WjlttMW tlftrtMiiHyiitjSn, l(iinximM'-l"WiMirti'i imfttwnmu F ,wtmimfy--zj&i pt.tr . ' MVmHMMmJI!ll .Vl MVXJMV ;."' i" VWOTN! 4 C? THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20. 1801. h A 5' l i? COLUMBIA'S GOOD WORK. HBK ATHIiKTES "WIN TI1KKE VIltST PRIZES AT UALTIMOKE. Jflrst An mini Mooting of tlio Atlantic Division of tlio Amatonr Athletic Union A IinrRo Attendance nnrt tlio Games Successful in Every Wny Sportlnp Notes. There was joy nt tho Columbia Athletic Club last nlcktwhen tho news cpmo from Baltimore that tho club's representatives hail won several leading prizes. Tho news was bulletined in tho reading rooms and cheers were lustily given for tho winners. During the evening as members who had been to Baltimore returned the enthusiasm becamo greater and "Don't You Hear Them Bolls" resounded through tho corridors. The win ners wearing tho colors of tho C. A. C. wcro Robert Dodge, in tho 440 yards run; John Kanier, jr., in throwing the sixteen-pound hammer, and E. Warren Day in, throwin...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

f ifyt&-.XUmiiab fr" TfllW?Rr -tt"- TrV S vv ,ttatBv-yrr g nrjiVvntvw" t c-"ryirv. && f t.a'tr 9-fc-K A ." tfc A -- fc L k-f -v- j i. - -I I r " 4 - J "V J ftfmr&rlrt3pri(KfUfwvf , &.:& 3Ukl:g 3a:tliCtn:l $ttilUgtttf, A- ESTA.Bl7lSfljED 1SOO. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1891. PAGES 9 "TO 16.. a . - TT Jimmim 'I ) ! : M ENLARGING THE CAPITOL. i'I.AS FOli IMntOVJEMENTS PRE PAHED BY AKCHITJECT CIABK, Additions Which Will Conconl tho Old SnndRtoDo PorUonBnndGlvo Moto Conimlttoo KooinBfBxtondlnc tho Torrocot " V Notwithstanding tlc vaatproportlons 9! tho Capitol it has been found Inadequate to moot 'the demands made on It for room by tho in creasing business of Congress. By Bpecial act adjacent property has boon purchased and fitted up to aecomtnodato iho,o,verflow, but still tho noed of more room was apparent and tho Committees on Public Buildings and Grounds were taxed to their utmost to meet the question. At the Inst session of .Congress the Senate Committee on Publi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

- ,-.' - v 'ti-'t.,!'- i.-it ,V4VA1W,'l.ss'C,- -vt. I 1 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1S91. - - w - i r i IK. ! Iff' NEWS OF THE LODGES. MANY MArXBRS OF INTKKEST TO MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITIES. The Coming Mcetinc of the General Ma sonic Relief AnAocIntlon A Sis: Untoli of Odd-Fellowship Notes Newi of Other Orders. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, 21st; Fentalpha No. 23, Monday, 21st; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 22d; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday, 24th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 25th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 25th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 24th. Blue-room Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 22d. MaBonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 21st; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Third and H streets north east Myron M. Parker No. 27, Wednes day, 23d. Masonic Hall, Anacostla Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 21st. Royal Arch Chapte...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

-U- 'WM 4 MAgR r -rj WW .-ajjjft y "'i?'. v i.',ri!'' ' Jww'"wiwiw t rsi-iB!1Mij1t;f3Mexr!S3 z3ssx;as&m$L THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20. 1891. .11 l) w 1 ,1 11 1 V AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOME. GonUnucdfM-m Ninth Page. liablts, as I had only known him about an 'hour. 1 know a family in America by tho same name aa my ho6t. "Not related to you, I take It?" I said. "I fancy not; wo were bo and bo of such a county and such a place," till I couldn't tell whether thoy were descendants from Queen Mary or tho Ozar of Russia. "This is our family history," and he produced a tome as largo as a quondom Pennsylvania ReDubllcnn majority, from which I con cluded, after looking it over casu ally, that my host's ancestors were the natural progenitors of the human race. I onco triea to tiaco nrj own lineage, but I will never be so rash again. I should like to draw the veil of oblivion over some of my finds. One of my remarkable discoveries was a dis tant relative who was actually a bona fide preacher. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

pi)fW.W!ij i(i)lllliii.lUUlll lW ait. !WlM,,Mylu!s&Vt?-, i - n 1 - 4 .-.i WJ.NlSiS.TXr S?l)&i - i 12 THE SUNDAY HERALDSEPTEMBER 20, 1891. i ifgpTMiif wmiiijf m jMiltpi jffjwwij; j..,. ' i! p ; Lfe s r . .; ! i I I EEAL ESTATE A Temporary Decrease in Activity in Both During the Past Week. THE ATTRACTIONS OF How Real JEsttite Transnotlons Arc A.lTcctctl ly tlxc Con dition of tlio Money aVCarJcot. The real estate market had a return last week of the dullness which marked the summer season. The reason for this condition! ound no explanation among the'dealora who looked upon It merely as one of thoso cases which sometimes occur, and for which no causo can be found. Thero was an unusually small number of sales, but like the previous week agents had many Inquiries regarding property, and tspecially houses for rent. The tempo rary Inactivity cannot last long, howover, and when the market begins to show signs of life a considerable boom may be ex pocted. Although many people have re ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

(. ,,.,, , ,.r 1 i . rtA'ftfiMHrjiVT AMF f ?"Rtsr1t' " tw-ir-, yjia- 'Jtftoi 0 n " W sszaKwasaar: J.. iraKw'jfc THE SUNDAY HERALD", SIBf g:MBER 20. 1891, 1ST ',,.l.. ....iri-xi-'V- -'"'''i--.-ai"J"- -- nr-,v ii--i- --tr- "4 v "4-t. ,.- u --. - -aaearfs5jaa rjffafcStC3&atei: 3T SU. HvHBMn"M"HHNMMMWMBMMHiaUH.aM.MnaMMMMHHMMmMMMMMnnMafHHWa.MWnNMMIHHa ;n I K : fc v N '' n i h all other land in Gquaro 828, owned by first parties, except tuo private alloy, ?55,G30. Carrie T. Gibson ot rir MobW S. ts Nottln T White, lot, 31, Wludsor'e sub., square i780,p j.w. . i. Edward II. Gibson to Fanny4,McKonnoy, wife of Frederick, lot 89, Gibson's fltib. of lots of section ono, Barry Farm, $300., Gonzaea Collogo to Jos. Kummcr, sub., lot 59, fiquaro 622, -$5,000. oJ '",, Arthur E. Randlo to Madison C.-.F.ortorlbt 30, block 2, Rnndlo1s bud., Congress Heights; all trees on eatd land shall remain for two and a half years from data hereof; $150. Olivia M. Setla et vlr Francis to Mary A. Huntoon, lot 2...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

mmmanwBHiwr" w- ' ' - vtrnr,mw. t- " w ip t . "f.j MmMmammMrnmmmmfmKmmmmnmwm9immm'mTmm!wmmumjp,"j ihmju jil wjl i jii i i)Wmiii iiigfa"1 w , Tff-irilftMIMyftViiMi .-. i, .'- ..-.m. . i . , .. -m M4J. .-AK',-.;.t,t,-j - V- . auftKilWH' WPfmJ1-? i 4 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER SO. 1891. mmMmmmmm , 5! i it i -. ' i' b ; WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc., CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM.MEECEB Practical Painter ' and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. All Orders Will Bo Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. BEMHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative PAIlsTTBa, 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign "Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Cajsar Patent ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

' " " . -... uU,.. i,-jWfl W ( , jrswr'in.. i ,- -, f-V J" THK SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 20, 1891. 15 It i i $tea SEjstttJte ?HsJtee5s ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OIP 1405 3T STRIKEI', Has only a fow of those beautiful lots loft In " Armosleigh Park" at 25 and 50 conts a foot, and will eoou double bis priced if he concludes to 6oll them, it having been established they are in ono of tho best locations for suburban residences around tho city, on account of tho conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful Bccnery , and a select neighborhood. No lots will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. PLANT, JR., TO. B.rTUItFrN, PLANT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. 4 and G, 934 F STREET, Washington, D. C. THE EXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP ERTY A SPECIALTY. Money Invested at 10 per cent. Interest....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 September 1891

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 2C). 1891. IN AN AMERICAN DESEHT. IXhnt no Intense That MoiRturo Instantly Dries In tho Sun. Sun Froncltco Chronicle. Day Is about to break. You can 6eo In tho east a glow of pink, and tho crests o tho barren mountains are shimmering with now born light. Tho sun Is creeping up. With what a shudder you watch tho red rim as it -shows itself abovo tho rugged hilly outllno. Tho air is cool, cool for tho desert and its oven-liko temperature, and It actually invites .repose. The pillows arc saturated, and tho boards of tho wooden veranda aro wetted from perspiration. Calm as is ever tho desert, It Is never so calm as beforo the 6unrlse. Tho sun climbs upward, broad bands of yellow scurry across tho Band6 and brighten tho mournful sago brush and mako dcllcato patches of light and shado among tho branchoa of tho mesqintc. Suddenly tho entire deeort Is airlow with heat. 13ut tho sun Is tolling upward and tho heat is crowing momentarily fiercer. Tho sloth of sl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 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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