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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

i r -s v . "U-k4. , - , s1ft.. rtflWIK, , fvt - o THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27, 1891. w K 4 1 THE XiOOAIi STOCK MARKET. Tho Transactions Stilt Limited, But tlio Outlook Is Improving Although tho transactions on tho local Stock Exchnugo coutlnuo to bo confined to comparatively a few of tho leading securities the number and the aggregate of sales aro on the increase. Last woek there were thirty-five separate sales, embracing sixteen different securities. Washington Gas stock continues to occupy a leading position, 1GS shares changing hands at from -133 to 43. The closing bid was at 431, the lowest offering, at tha close, 43?. The offerings of U. S. Electric Lighting btock continue very meager. But 3 shares were 60'.d last week. It brought 165. The closinc bid was at 147, ex $2 dividend, the of f ertng-ftt 15S. The directors of the Belt Lino Railroad at the last monthly meeting camo to the conclu sion that it would ba to tho best interest of the road that tho October dividend should...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

'WTFTTT - , . .A..J J,A J. 41 9 dc1 -Jrt" ("' f ! t f- ' ' " .V 1 1 t.Ai f ,m--r tv -" -tjT' Vi 0!fc,, j"p- was" iww-hi iw iik-.jk ..i.iw.wi n 'tjyi'iyjygMfVV"1' i T1 J ' T" V.3 ., P ,- .' . . . -..-. THE SUJSLIXA.Y FiERALD, SEPTEMBER 27, lWyi. ??s$xy,$& i tt i V, . THE GOSSIP OF SOCIETY. THE IIOAIHWAltl) MOVKttKNT NOW WKT,!, VNDICK WAY. A Ntimbor of Early Autumn 'Wodilines Break tlio Monotony Where Well known l'cople Will Spend tho Cloning Days of tho Season. The daughters of General Sturgls, both ele gant and accomplished womon( have been to the fore In newspaper gossip on several occa sions. Tho younger one, now married nnd living quietly In tho West, became prominent at the time of tho court-martini of tho lato Major Reno, of tho Seventh United States Cavalry. The older si6ter, Nina Sturgis, mar ried a very young man of exceeding great wealth, DoiiBmnn by name, many years ago, in St. Paul. Sho w.s left a widow a fow yeara since, with several millions and two or three daughte...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

n i .. .1.r..r)1, TiT-nniwp)wiflwiM)wrifti1iiMWiiiwmn Sfts--i f - wm -tfitffeife "JMP" !" ..y Mt4FI ; A 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER SiSQl. iimiw"" AND TCOccHifi (Uaftoncif SnfefKgcnccr. 'The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHES 1900. THE SUNDAY HERALD MTAWjSMEO 1IM. EuCcrcd at tho Post Ofllco at Washington, I). O.i as Scoond-olns Mnttor. J. EC. SOUI.K UI.K, I r.N'SEY, ) .Proprietors. A.T. HI Kill tori h1 and Publication Offlcot Sonth- rcst Cor. 11th unci KSts.y. Tf. Washington, Sondat, September 27, 18D1. It is a doctrine of the mind-cure people that thinking and talking about disease tends to produce disease. According to this, no doubt, the District Commissioners and tho Health Officer are In great danger of malaria, typhoid fever, and diphtheria, for thoy have been thinking nnd talking garbage almost in cessantly for many days. Representative Mills did just what any one might have expected him to do when he spoke out against obscuriug tho tariff reform issue by dragging the free...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

WW"- --( ,..; uwnii r y - g t"-jiTK f tH" Vjif "tf'jWMWtufrHi ffttV' ' .,. l'taHH4'1 y ritf ; '", " ! ., . . H---- ''' t'Sl ''' "JT ?- .. . ..BH.Wrt'?,.jf "m")' yr"vy.r??',,:' . TH;B SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27, 1891. -ii i ii in rrrn-ii ii iiimrriiwimiiii i n i J. ' -. - ' ' - .'',, rfj , J1 ' , ' , c J'e J - IiATJ3 SOCIETY NOTES. St. Mark's Church, Capitol Hill, was the scono of a Tory pretty wedding on Wednesday ovening, when Mies Kate, daughter of Dr. J. B. Ltttlowood, waa united In wedlock to Mr W. Gibson Whlto, son of Mr. James L. "Whlto, of this city, Rov. Dr. Stcolo officiating. The church waB tastolully decorated. Mr. Jocko rendered the wedding march,- and Messrs. Tcnney Ross, Charles L. Bniloy, and Robert Howard actod as ushers. Tho brido was attired in a travoling suit of dark green, and was attendod by Miss Laura Wlloy as brldos mald, wearing fawn sergo and carrying La Franco rosos. Mr. W. E. Sietz acted as groomsman. Aftor tho ceremony a brief Informal reception took pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

m 6 THE STNEM i i i .I .I ! ! i i i i ii J. FOR nr ; UNEQUALKD AS AS IPESTMEXT. IfflKllKPASSRI. m IS&TIIIMI. KKAItTV i ick1ckick1ckickicklrk-k ! nyr IN nMrrTrATlrVHrA IB XT E! IST -A. "VIST - itk'k'kick'k'k'k'k'k'k'klck'k'ki c k A ft kil-kicttick A LOTS SALE A J ir s This subdivision is situated-on, the Morris Road, just east of H. A. Griswold's popular sub., "Mount View," and south of Oregon L,. Green's well-known Chichester subdivision occupies a position HIGH and HEALTHY, and is , -.' i ',' ' ' . ONLY JPOTJK- SQU-AJEUESS FIOIM THE STREET OIS. ' ' Commands elegant views of Washington and surrounding country, is close to Churches, Lodges, and Stores; and Public Schools second to none in the District. DPDEfclOEiS 3EXXR LOTS 30x143, ONLfST SIOO. " ' " ? "" TERMS, OUsTIS DOLLAR .A. WEEK A.2sTID 2T O INTEREST.. TITLE PERFECT AND TAXES PAID. APPLY TO A. IVL GREEN, Real Estate and Insurance Dealer, Monroe Street, Anacostia. M3ENTION TJBCIS PAPER. ' ' THE ARMY AND THE NAVY Leave of ab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

9W&fr&lto"l'r4wrnyfrrw . .&?& THE: SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27, 1891 . : a', i .,,8 . , . BILLS 'OF THE PLAY; TH12 VARIED ATTRACTIONS) OP THE VAST AND COMING WEEKS. A Word About Last Week's Perform ances Tho Lighter Order of IZntor talmncnt Still tho Rule Notes or tlie Stage Uood, bad, and Indifferent woold about dc ccribo the several attractions at the leading theatres last week. At the National there was u collection of character artists sush as is sel dom got tocothcr Tor a company doing farco comedy. Tho principals, Me". Donnelly and Glrard. havo made of "Natural Gas" one of the most enjoyable shows of Its kind on the road. Tho attendance during the week was large. 'the Voluutocr," at Albaugh's, didn't fare so well. Probably tho presonce In the com pany of Gustavus Levlck, Clarence Handyside, and Allele Bolgarde did much more to at tract those who attended during the week than any merit In tho play. uTho Millionaire,"' which held tho boards at the Academy of Musi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

' V l - .... -..n j--,v- tntmnr- HyiuwtMitr ... ,,,.. , ... .- - 4 . , --,- -rf-tftt.a1H . WW.., ,. - 8 PERE? S'TKAfV-'HRAi'IlDii'SJ&PT'K-Nl'B'KR 27. 1891. M u l l ( f If I 'r T Iv r i It! m w i? I he r! 8 ut r r . COLUMBIA'S FALL 'GAMES. THEY AltE WXXIi COKTJSSTEl AND WITNKSSKI) BY A LARGE CROWD, Mr. Carey P. Sponco Mnkes n Record for Himself Summary oT the Various Events General llnseball nl Athletic News of the Week. Running broad jump Won by E. C. Quack onbusli, i M. C. A., with a jump of 23 feet 2 Inches: C. F. Spenco, C. A. C, second with 21 feet 2 iucbes. Polo vault This was won by J. M. Dnshloll, C. A. C, with a jump of feet 0 inches; Quackenbush, Y. M. C. A., second. Recapitulation Columbia Athletic Club won eight firsts and sovon seconds; Y. M. C. A., threo firsts and three seconds; Schuylkill Navy, ono first and two seconds; Brooklyn .Heights Athlotic Club, ono first; Arlington "Wheelmen, one second. The annual fall games of tho Columbia Athletic Club took place yeste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

',f (-( Tf ..- t, , .J-, k wticr j v-7Vi'",tp - i- fj,'t,mwn r v , iM-Vf'WW'' ..... . M . Mo -. -i --!. ii JUpjS&c sffijeuisr 3lptixci 3tttiu$gttg,. Rl ? ). .pTBLISI-iKD 1800. 4, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. B: S .i.jirmiTiiwann ' WjUHMftanaa Stanton Pf wlk W Jl JUi GREAT STORMS COMING. thi: skjsk ojrsT. jo prkdiots wiivd WEATHER FOR OUTOBEB, Heavy IfroHH Will Follow the Storms nnil the Wlntor Will Uo n Sovero Ono Tlio Theory On Which Proresor Foster Bftsus HI-, Predictions. Special to The Sunday Ueualu. St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 26. A remarkable period of great storms will occur during the first half of October that will bo surpassed only by those that will occur in March, 1S02. There will bo three storm waves during this storm period, which will cross the Continent from west to east along tho usual storm cen tre routes. Tho first of these storm waves will be most severe fn thB Mississippi Valley, and the last one on the Atlantic Coast. The first of these storm waves...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

tnTJVTfnZ 10 THE SUNDAY HiKR-AlD, SEPTEMBER 27. 1891. X k ii & 5 I'l I? NEWS OF THE LODGES. THK MASONIC KEIAKF ASSOCIATION COMPIiICTKS ITS WOKK. Brother Itooino's Northern Trip Kntor tnining tho Visiting NwKnglnnd Odd Fellows Kcchnhltci, Golden Cross, nnd Independent Mechanic)!. The following Masonic bodies meet upon th evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodget. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 2Sth; La Fayetto No. 10, Thursday, October 1; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, October 2. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ar minius No. 25, Monday, 2Sth. MaBonie Hall, Nineteenth and Pennsylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, October 2. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 2Sth. lioyalArch Chapters Masonic Hall, Nine teenth and Pennsylvania avenue Mount Horeb No. 7, Thursday, October 1. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 28th. Commanderles Knights Templar. Masonic Temple Columbia No. 2, Friday, October 2. Tilt Masonic Kcllof Association. At 9 o'clock Wednesday ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

-wnpr - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27, 1S91. 11 FOR FIRST COMERS. l $5 a Month, Without interest, Only $5n orner Lots and Inside Lots Same Price. Immediately in Front of Railroad KtS&l i?Vatff JBf BETTER THAN SAVINGS BANK OR BUILDING ASSOCIATION. RESOLVE TO SAVE SOME MONEY. West End Park combines country advantages unrivaled within twenty miles of Washington, with city con veniences of a county seat of 1,500 inhabitants. MONDAY COME FIEST AND N. B. Orders by mail HOUSES FOR SALE. 1730 Tthstmv, business property. 455 H et dw, business property 454 H st uw 85 P st mv , 319 to 327, inclusive, F st ne, easy pay ments 132G-1328 B st no, both 821 9th st ne, easy payments 817 7th 6t siv, business property 427 4J st sw, 710 G st sw 610 7th st sw 62 N st se 714 L st se 700-702 1 6t so and 700 7th st 6e, 2 lota adjoinlnt? 1357-1S59-1361 Kstse, all 729 6th st so 707 7th st be 906 A st se, 18x88 to 4 ft alley 1211-1213 G at so, both UNIMPROVED PROPERTY. $5,000 4,150 5,150 3,000 4,000 3,00...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

(C is THE STJNDA.Y HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27 1891. r t l! k ." . 0 M H-! i r . ' ) f !1 t SEAL ESTATE The Fall Boom Still Suffering From the Wai;ni Weather. A COLD WAVE WILL It lias Not JJocn Such , XtLll Summer .A-l'tci .All lucixilrles DFor XIotisch The continued hot weather ha6 had a de moralizing effect on the real estate market, and until a change comes dealers have almost despaired of accomplishing much business. "Weather Bueh as wo havo had all last week," said one agent, "is as damaging to us as a thunder shower to a lawn party." The first part ot this month opened in a most encouragine way, and every one looked for a prosperous fall season. Inquiries for both improved and unimproved property were nu merous. But the heat returned like a wet blanket and dampened every one's ardor. An indication of the increasing size of Washington's population Is the demand made upon dealers this fall for houses. Agents say that not for many years have they had so many inquiries from persons desir...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

. w--- THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27. 1891. 13 JIHHMBN" S( BN, FOE, S4-LB. YALUABLE COUNTRY PROPERTY NY DUCKETT & FOBD, No. 617 F STREET N. V. One of tho finest old estates In Prince George's County, 404 ceres, very conven iently located, one mllo from Mullekin Station, sixteen miles from Washington. Improvements aro a fine brick mansion of nincteon rooms, situated on n commanding site and surrounded by a beautiful grovo of venerable forest trees. The outbuildings are numerous and well arranged. Tho soil is magnificent forest land, tho finest in tho country, and section in which it is located is one of tho thriftiest in tho State. Tho improvements alono cost probably as much as is now asked for tho entire property. Thcro is a fine applo orchard and other fruit. This is ono of tho finest estates in tho State, and of a. kind rarely offered for sale. Price, $10,000, on easy terms. A fine farm of 100 acres in Prince George's County, six miles from Navy Yard Bridge, with a new sove...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27. 1891. 14: WjeJjtJtefc l. w. SPEAR. 3E0RGE 0. VIDETTO. aintxngt teocxcufcrnig SPEAR & , VIDETTO ESTABLISHED 1874. K ! h N '?. h WASHIfiflTOBARTTIlBCO., JOHN F. McVEY, Managor. 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 druby, ORNAMENTAL tiOUSE PAINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM.MEECEE, Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. All Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. DENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative IF .A. I 2ST T IE IE& , 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign Writing. Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Crosar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. WASHINGTON Electric Construction Co.., 609 Twelfth Street N.W. We are in our New Store. Come and see us. ELE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

THE'SUNDAY HKRAJUD, SEPTEMBER 27,1891. 15 teitl SEstfjsjte MizviteKsi ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, OX?1 14(G IT S'JCICEJaiV Has only a few of those beautiful lots left In "Armosleigh Park" at 23 and 50 cents a foot, , and will soon double his prices if he concludes to sell them, It having been established thoy are In ono of the best locations for suburban ' residences around the city, on account of tho conveniences of electric railroads, beautiful scenery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will be sold only to parties well known. GEO. n. PLANT, Jit. WM. B. TUKPIN. 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 6, 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. Lots, Lands, Houses, and Farms always on hand. City Prop...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 September 1891

. - I J MOvT , tfJ .. '-- :jt tv 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 27. ISOl. Prices A $130 w4 $135, $140 We-S yWfeJbam- ffftrMpr ill1 S- ' 77JuLV-s HRI W 7 a vOsiv Srl t&. x si I .y tw t& J 4fl0r'' zpjJ!JLI AJjcjyi. p fJpTTiiiiiiiiilniwi1 WE had THtt pleasure last week of thoroughly testing one of Gormully & Jeffery's new diamond frajne Ramblers. It was fitted with a cushion tire, and its ease of riding was most luxurious, vibration being reduced to a minimum, while over cobbles the Jasy swing of the spring frame was remarkable The -wheel handles beautifully, not the least of its merits being the light steering, which is so steady as to be al most automatic. The veriest tyro need have no diffi culty in riding it hands off. Down hill the famous bear ings assert themselves in coasting, and it is a good climber on the up grades. Altogether the wheel was a delightful surprise, and we should fancy that once a prospective buyer tested it he would be satisfied with nothing less. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

. s'T''3T i iT ? 'JW ' mvv'trzi'c r s Jin ft 38J&kl:g H&iiffwsti $ttiUxgttft i W VOL,, XXVI. MORE BLOODSHED FEARED YOUNG HAINES HAUNTING THE FATHER OF THE BOY HK KILXED. Ho Scorns to Tnlto Delight In Pnitsinc Hannognn's Homo-Tho Latter Ter ribly Affected by tho Sight or HIb Son'B Slayer A Scone on Friday Night. Peoplo who reside in tho neighborhood of Connecticut avenuo autl L Btrcet arc fearful tliat tho end of tho Hains-Hanncgan tragedy has not yet been reached. Tor some days tho residents of tho region montioncd have been in constant fear of witnessing a collision be tween the father of tho young man who waB killed at Fort Monroe and young Thornton Halus, who fired the fatal bullet. Tho hitter lives in the northwestern section, and ficquently passes tho house in which Mr. Ilanneean resides, No. 1140 Connecticut ave nue. According to the reports of the neigh bors young llalns sooms to take pains to pass that way frequently and does not at all avoid being seen by tho man wh...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

o THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4, 1891. "THE PEOPLE'S OHUllOH." A NEW KKLIGIOUS 3IOYJBMENT STAUTED IN WASHINGTON. Tho First Scrvico to JJo Hold In tho Academy of Music To-day "Whnt Its rounder, Kov. Aloxnntlor Kent, Says of tho Movement. uTho People Church," a non-sectarian and independent organization, will have Its first service this morning at 11 o'clock iu tho Acad emy of Music. Thoao scrrices will bo the out come of an effort made in this city to organize a church which will appeal to tho great masses who, during recent years, havo drifted away from tho established churclios from ono cause or another. Tho leader of this move ment is Rev. Alexander Kent, who for many years was tho pastor of Ihe Universaiist Church, corner of Thirteenth and L streets. He voluntarily resigned from that church on account of his liberal views and engaged in business. Ho found that tho com petition was such a8 to bo incompatible with bis Christian belief, and ho has gono back to the ministry. A Hekald ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

1 V FS.J-3LM1 " I IT"' THE SUJSEID.AY HERALD. OCTOBER 4, 1891. s wm!9r.$LLrF i JM? ligsp H JUL PvJIIvw. Dr. Joseph Stcdman, of Boston, Mass., Tvho camo to WasliiDgon to attend tho American Medical Congress, has been so closely associa ted with former events iu tho capital of tho nation that n brief sketch of this distinguished surgeon may bo of interest. Ho entered tho Army at tho beginning of tho war and served until its close. Ho was a member of tho fa mous old Sixth MssachuBett8, which passed throueh Baltimore In April, 1801. In 1862, ho was in command and Lieutennut Colonel of tho Forty-second Massachusetts Volunteers, and served in tho Department of tho Gulf, commanding tho regiment. During that timo his Colonel was taken prisoner. In the sum mer of 18(54, when Washington was threatened by General Early, Colonel Stedmau reorgan ized the Forty-second MassachusettsKeglmeut, and a second timo marched to tho defense of tho national capital. Distinguished as a soldier ho Las now an ...

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

QfltyVfft'lff?qS!Sw' if ? -j''yjf vr5V THE STJKIDAY HERALD, OCTOBER -4, 1891. S AND ccfrlg (ttftfionaf 3nfcffigcnccr. thj: national Intelligencer CCMFAIOHED 1800. "HE SUNDAY HERALD 1STABUSHED XtU. fn ..,.. , Kntorcil nt the PoslOMco nt Washington, D. O.i ns Second-class Matter. J. H. SOUtE, I A.T. HENSBY, .Proprietor. Editorial nnd Publication Ofllees South west Cor, 11th and KSts. N. IV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. $uhtcriton (in advance) per year $3. no fiemiftaJicf should be nnde oj iiogtat" note, miKW y order, or checks on New York or Wah Ino'.on. When checks on banhs in other cities are ttnt the cost of cdUccUontcQl be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday IlEHAtD can. not uwlrrtahc to preserve or return rejected communications. Persona utfio desire to pofscus their cor, -nunfcatfonF, if unused, should retain a copy. Washington, Sunday, October 4, 1S91. It is a relief to know that tho garbage is be ing collected with more satisfaction to house holders, and to noto that less about it Is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

"-V TMK SUNDAY HERALD( OCTOBER 4. 1891. 5 Jrvy-i" n SOCIETY PERSONALS, Miss Susie n. Griffin and Mr. Beverly T. Scner were married on Tuesday afternoon by "Rov. Dr. C. A. Sttikoly at the parsonago, 1740 N Btrcet. Tho ceremony was witnessed by the relatives nud a fowlntlmato friends. Upon tho return of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sonor from their bridal trip Soutli tboy will rcsldo at No. 1C83 Tlerco Placo northwest, whore, after October 20, they will bo at homo to their frionds. Tho engagement is announced of Miss Ger trude Kirk, daughter of James A. Kirk, of Chicago, to Dr. F. n. Mctzorott. Dr. Motzo rott Is now at Bcllevuo devoting himself to special study before going abroad. Mr. and Mro. Bonjamln liellcn and children are at their homo In the city. They spent tho summer In Maryland with Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Thorn. Mies Nell O'Brien and her niece, Miss Flor ence O'Brion, who have passed tho summer in Montgomery County, Md., have returned to the city. Miss Clara Martin, of 102 Massachusetts a...

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