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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

-WU. t.il J 'I J"JW"W IMP 5K.? Tl"SiPr?rjr5f,1 '-T-VrTn ' -"SW g Aff'l"tlMfrMgiifeM IWlIM 'f-1t & ' "" A ". ,. ,- '"" 4 ".fTt'i Hr V'-mrt ,wwrmViwfc uiXkHKiy ' 5HVWfV . fc, . S"-r . 4 , 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 11. 1891. k i Ui i Hl-K ' :j tt I ft NEWS OF THE LODGES. THK TVKEK'J HArPENINGS AMONG THE SKOBET ITRATEttNITIES. Sketch of n Woll-knowrt Ijocnl IMnson Many atnttera of Interest to Odd JTcl Iowr Indopondent Order of Mo chnnlcn. The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing wcoIk Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 12th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 13th; La Fayetto No. 19, Thursday, 15th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 16th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ar minius No. 25, Monday, 12th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 13th. Masonic Hall,Ninoteenth Btreotand Pennsyl Tania avenuo Hiram No. 10, Friday, 16th. Masonic Hall, Third and H 6treeta north cast Myron M. Parker No. 27, Wednes day, 14th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenuo southeast Naval No. ...

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

v'J yr r-f-Jf ' ?&-" n "jwfl"''" ".""'tr'u V " :. , :a"i' w V'uwli- Ax. .,'V u --1 :tv - -h-rf -v . ' t t'HE''SUNlikY' HE'Riife, febTOBEfe 11, 1891. 'I lll I II I ,..l..l.- . f III 1 " " " ' ' 11 $Jwrtfcngt Jjeot;wt$ttjg S&tjccfcufc jajcrttJtersu B wmwh F 1 CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBEK AND O- A. S X I T rJ? 3E DEL -Lead Burning a Specialty. .ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO U1YE SATIS FACTION. No. 8027 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 5 REGISTERED PLUMBER, 'GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Ordero left at 015 Seventh street north--west will receive prompt attention. The Henry 1 c Shane MANUFACTURING CO., C. J. McCIJBBIH, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. FING '417 Eleventh Street IM. W., Plumbing and Gas Pitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing Promptly Attended to. J. R QUINTER, t PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND G- -A. S FITTER, 1414 RH...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

a "r 1? "" .fi ri V"--C3,a, $ tTM-- ' K.TsJf -2 -' -JaPTsv '-ft --"-' -r-iW-WvvV i-rf -Wlf-u fc . . I Vt-'T jf-WV--' THE -StJONHDAY tt-i&ifcA&lD. OCTOBERll. 1S9I. 12 a i i fr. i? & EE1L ESTATE AND BUILDING. The Market Worldng Up to the Normal Fall Activity ? ; - BEISK DEMAND FOE HOUSES FOR THE WINTER. Building Operations Keep Up to and Real Estate The real estate market la now getting Into its accustomed fall shape. There has been In the last few days a steady lncreaso in the in quiries for property, city and suburban, for both, investment and speculative purposes. Persons who have been holding back for set tled weather before making any movement in contemplated purchases of real estate, have been encouraged by the fairly seasonable weather to set about the business in earnest, and as a result tho offices of the dealers along F street and on tho adjacent streets havo taken on a more business-like air. Out-of-town people who will be brought hero by business or pleasure th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

L w-t 1 draW'I'vJ J THE SUNDAY HERAJLJD, OCTOBER 11. 1891. U iii km 81 THK HARVKST MOON. Faded the Inst faint blush or evening's rose, And shadows gather In tho sleeping valo, Where Bllent now, the rlpllnfr etrenmlet llows Brneutli tho mist, that, rising dim and lmle, Hovers above It, like a silver veil, Hiding tho tenia upon the cIoschI-ud flowers, Thnt seem to weep for the day's vanished hours. Acroes the heaven a mellow rndlanqo,ttcal8, The mist Rrown brighter, and tho silver stream Ueilects the tender llifht which half roveals Earth's lovltnees, and, like an Infant's dream, Maker) all things beautiful and holy seem; The harvest moon alonur the autumn sky Holds her fair sway and bids the darkness ily., O'er fallen leaves, o'or hill, uud vale, and plain, O'er ripened fruit and fields ol golden grain; O'er lovers, Mugorinjf In tho mystic lteht. Whispering fond wordB boueath tho silent night; O'er tho great city In Its solomn rest. O'er wealth and poverty, tho worst, the best, Her l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

w HWTTWCTW -, w,j vr-v,,-i ?;' WWWV.?7K 3W,G(, 4h)4v3 kr - tU ... 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OdTOBBR 11. 1891 9ftfcittCm&L IVY CITY BRICK CO. 3vul;bei;su 3$fcrU$ue?g. 2Uttl?fc:fc5i l! ft i te M ! t ' t 1 If NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW 3CH00L. FACULTY OF LAW. HON. ARTHUR McARTHUR, LL, D., (l.ATE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OT TUB 8CFRBKS COURT 01' THE DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA.) PRESIDENT. HON. WILLIAM B. WEBB, LL. D.. Lecturer on tbo Jurisdiction of tho Federal Courts. JAMES SCHOULER. LL, D., Lecturer on tbu Law of Bailments and Do mestic Isolations. HON. H. 0. CLAUGHTON, LL. D., Frofcssor of Plcndiuir, Evidence, Equity, Ju risprudence, Constitutional and Commer cial Law and Law of Torts. EUGENE CARUSI, LL. D., Professor of tbo Law of Ileal and Personal Property, Contracts, Negotiable Instru ments and Corporations. WALTER F. ROGERS, LL. M., Lecturer on Patent Law and Practice HON. SAMUEL F. PHILLIPS (LATE SOLICITOR OBXUIU.L OF THE TTXITOD STATES), Lecturer on tbc Law of Partnership and Cor porations. H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

UL ' . -vn. f V "p'itiii 1 - . .".? ' i (..' THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER Jl, 1891. 15 r.'.ViVXi-Vv.;.-,'' -''t'- 9&&fti $ ?3ttlxia. THOS. G. HENSEY & CO., Heal Estate, Xioans, and Insurance 1300 1? STltEET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Fine now houso on 5th at no; 0 rooms; bath; all m 1; largo lot. Near East Cnpitol street. Prlco, $0,800. Wo can rent several houses In the north west section to rcltablo tenants at rents ranging from $30 to $75 por month. TELEPHONE CALL, 1165-2. M. REAL ESTATE 608 Thirteenth Street Northwest. Houses for Sale ISf.W. T st near Tenth, In Snydor'.s now block, flno 8-story and cellar house, side and rear alloy, 9 rooms and bath; rented at $50 per month; lot 20x95; will bo sola on easy terms $8,500 Corner ou R st, 8-room brick dwelling and store in best condition; can bo bought for $800 ca6h; balance on easy terms $0,800 BPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO'THE RENTING OF HOUSES. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW ,1. SCHWARTZ, EEAL ESTATE AGEHT INSURANCE, NO. 005...

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

.Wi-n iit...fi ,ipxyYrefrTp':Tii ffi'riTTflfflor5BnMitir Ik' 8'!p?(lWi ' 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. OCTOBER 11. 1S91. HE GAVE IT UP. A REl'ORTUll'S llKlKli" HUT I'lCTUK ESQUJ2 33XPEKIBKOK IX 11US1MESS. Ho Started in to Soo What Ho Could Do in Iilvc-Stock Inswrnnco, ltuk Soon Got Tired. Tho Things that Made II Im Tired. It struck a HcnxLD reporter a few days ago that tho business of insuring horecs' lives must be a curious ono, and ho concluded his experience would bo Inconiploto without a trial at it. So he answered an advertisement for canvassers of ono of theso companies. Proceeding to tho number and street named in the "ad," tho reporter outored a long hall way at tho end of which ho found a snug little ofllce in which was installed a neatly dressed and businoss-llko young man. Mak ing his business known, tho reporter was in terrogated as to his knowledgo of the equine family in general. Ho replied that ho was and had long been on terms of intimacy with every branch of the family from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

r J V - a irt JIUi& 39Hkigr sgl&tiicm&l inifciBgamcfc? ihe VOL.. XXVI. GEN. LEE LAID TO REST. FUNEltAL SERVICES AT HIS LATE HOME AT RAVENS WORTH. A Largo Number of Friends Present to Pay Last Honors to the Dead Tho Neglect to Appoint n Congressional Committoo to Attend tho Funeral. The funeral services over the remains of General William Fltzhugh Lee were held from bis late residence at Ravenswortb, Fair fax County, Ya., yesterday. There was a large attendance of friends from Alexandria, Washington, and Baltimore and from the sur rounding country. Tho Leo Camp of Con federate Veterans from Alexandria, number ing about thirty men, with V. A. Smoot, com manding; about twenty members of the Sons of Confederate T eterans of the same city, S. G. Bront, commandlne, and the ex-Con federate Association of Washington in a body attended the funeial. The body of the dead General wts encased In a black cloth-covered casket with oxidized trimmiugs. On a silver plate were inscribed th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

zmswmm nlPVvrcJT Vr e , V A-r v I 11- a&f j THE SUNDAY'EERALD, OCTOBBR4S, 1691, MZ&m&AJM Ll AMONG THE THEATRES. I.AST WEEK'S BILLS AND THOSE FOK THE PRESENT WEEK. Tim Murphy's Bin Success In "A Texan Steer" Agnes Huntlncton to Mo Soon nt Allinnch's In n Now Opera by Xlnn qnctto Gossip of the Stage. A variety of attractions entertained the theatre-goers of Washington last week at the leading places of amusement. There was novelty, drama, and comedy, but the greatest of these was comedy. At Albaugh's the nov elty held forth in the way of a rare collection of midgets in a production equally as rare of "Gulliver's Travels." Of course, the drift and purpose of Swift's satirical work was somewhat, if not entirely, lost in the produc tion, but that did not deprive it of its interest to tho auditors. Handsome costumes and beautiful scenery combined with tho sprightly little people to make a lively and attractive show, which amused the old as well as tho young. The military drama...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

" f if 1 .f(viMii .. 'iFirft, iVF. .;T .! -. t A. . . . t THESUNDAY HERALb, OCTOBER 18, 18&1. cJ fJmffr " P ll JUL IWf OIH vSI )) Miss Helen Cbnuocey Tiffan-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Tiffany, and Captain Herbert Vaughn Kent, of the Royal Engineers, were united In marriage on Thursday, at high noon, In St. John's Church, Rev. Dr. McKim perforruing.the ceremony. The church was crowded to Its utmost capacity with a fashion able and distinguished audience. It was a "Cosmos flower wedding." Great bunches of these autumn flowers adorned the chancel, their delicate pink and white color showing to great advantage against the rich foliage of tropicel plants which were also used lu beautifying trie church. Tho silver vases upon the altar "were filled with Cosmos flowers. The.Lohengrin wedding march was played as the bridal procession moved up the left hand aisle, led by the four ushers, Messrs. Arthur Floyd-Jones and Valentine Hall, of New York; Mr. William McKenna and Mr. Frederic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

"Tt HaAiwMJiiuwiAVt'iMUAiJt.w"fjMiiivLiMMfc. iJiwxmhamzFj aey KSSztMt ..vfA.-r-'fr' t-"ip'j.'' ti vjfts, vtw r & jjwmmpumm'M'wp'i jfJAH2 &ZWtV) "V'Jfr Hit. ,- ' i t j a. . Jfc Ill, P v --..,.-". t - THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER IS, 1891. MHi K i. i j i j 4 i.t AND Wccflts (ttafi'onaf 3nfcfftgcnccr. the National Intelligencer CSTABUSHtO 1800. The Sunday Herald MTAMJIHID ItM. Kntered nt tlo Tost Ofllco at Washington, D. C.i as Second-class Matter. J. II. SOULE .Proprietors. A.T.HENSEY 3Y, J Editorial nnd Publication OIUcob South west Cor. 11th and ESta.vN. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Bubteription (in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Wash Inaton. ir7icu c7ieefc on bankt in other ctUcs are pent the cost of coHeeKonurtU be deducted. The Editor of The Sukday Herald can not undertake to prcrcrvc or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 18, 1891. SOCIETY PERSONALS. Mrs. Govgrnor Fletcher is located for the wiutor nt 1827 N street. MIsa Stephaulo Whitney, of California, will spend tho gay season In Washington as tho guest of Justtco and Mrs. Field. Mrs. E. J. Pullman Is back from a two weeks' visit to New England. Mr. and Mrs. Joslnh Plerco aro with Mrs. Dahlcrcn at her Massachusetts avenue home. Justice and Mrs. Gray aro at Woodlawn Park Hotel, Auburndalc. Mass., for n stay of several Weeks. Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Mattle Mttcholl have apartments at tho Hotel do Hollando, Paris. Thoy will remain abroad all winter. Mr. W. T. Crump aud family havo moved from 1825 8 street to 828 Seventh street north west. Mrs. GUfry and daughters aro again at their home on Capitol Hill after a delightful sum mer in tho mountains. Lieutenant J. M. Itoblnsonhas been ordorod to the Hydrographic Ofllco 1st December next. Surgeon A. F. Magrudcr has beon ordered to tho Boston. Passed Assistant Surgeon E. H. Marste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

8Jr "o ' FimaltomMmnmBtit(mM)fQI1lHir i? ftW TJUL j TOwn THESUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER IS. 1891. i f h t ! Ul ir THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tbo following transfers in tho Third Artillery have been made: First Lieutenant Charles A. Bennett from Battery L to Battery D; First Lieutenant Christopher W. Unrrold from Battery D to Battery L, Second Lieu tenant John K. Cree from Battery I to Bat tery A, Second Lieutenant John P. llains from Battery A to Battery 1. Tho following transfers in tho Fourth Artillery have been made: First Lloutcnant Samuel D. Sturgis from Battery A to Battery L, First Lieutenant llarry L. Hawthorne from Battery L to Battery A. First Lieutenant John T. French, jr., Fourth Artillery, has been assigned to duty In this city until further orders. A gcucral court martial will meet at Jeffer son Barracks, Mo., October 10, composed of Major Daniel G. Caldwell, surgeon; Captain William C. Forbush, Fifth Cavalry; Captain William W. Robinson, jr., assistant quarter mast...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

r ,..;r j-'img w"r FEATHERS , AND FURS And Other Novel Features of the Fall Fashions. - Mv Dbau Louise: Tho chief points of Interest at this soasbn are tho Inrgo dry goods houses and tho milliner's establish ments. Preparations for tho winter cam paign ongngo tho attention of maid and ma tron. Tho touruuro Is completely gone not a vestige of bumptiousness romalns on tho fashlouably gotton-up woman. In tho matter ot skirts, tho train Is crowing longer. Tho umbrclla-shnped and tho bell-shaped skirts have almost exactly tho same look, though, In reality, one Is much wider than tho other and 16 differently put together. In both, however, the lino of beauty Is an obllquo one nt the back, broadening out from tho waist to tho edgo of the train In fau plaits. Louis Court coats aro very fashlonablo. Tho waistcoat In this handBomo carment gives opportunity for i Ich garniture, whllotno cravat or jabot ex hibits real laces to great advautage. There Is going to be a raco for popularity between ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER IS. 1S91. I. ft i It. I .-A " 'i v.TJ,V7" 1 .-r a FIRST GAM13 OF THE SEASON. The Columbia Football Team Defeats tho Kendalls 31 to 0. The first game of football of tho season took place yesterday afternoon betweou the teams of the Columbia Athletics and the Kendall Institution. About GOO people were present at Capital Park. The grounds were in excel lent condition. The court reserved for the players was roped off, and spectators were kept from encroaching by policemen. Mr. Shaw, of the C. A. C, as marshal, made exeel ent arrangements. The C. A. C. team were so late In arriving that the last half was run into darkness. The game opened with the Kendalls in possession of the ball. They made an ineffectual attempt to force Columbia's centie. On the third down they lost the ball. Columbia was forced to kick. The Kendalls could not advance, and Columbia again had the ball. Wells, of the C. A. C, then made the first gain by a rush through the line for ten yards. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

mf l V r cffKwi ? t ' -iJ ffft x w. '""" ""9f""" " ir.ii...ip , , , . . ji -i k , V ' $ti JUifr Mblr 3lat)0tnl lttiiUjm, ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, OCTOBER. 18. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. f ' 4 w i Hmtiiiai Y A BSOLUTELY PURE! Unimpeachable Evidence. Chemical Laboratory, Museum of Hygiene,' 1707 New York Aye., Washington, D. C, Sept. 29, 1891. Mr. Frank Schwarz, Manager Ankeuscr-Busch Brewing Ass'n, Wash ington, D. D.: Dear Sir : The Faust Beer recently secured from the establish ment of the Auheuser-Eusch Brewing Association in this city has been -most carefully analyzed, and has in 100 parts the following components: Total solid extract 5.045 " alcohol by weight 2.959 " phosphoric acid .080 " carbonic acid .253 " water 91.663 100 A thorough and systematic search has failed to show any adulterant whatever, and the composition of the Anheuser-Busch Faust Beer is equal at least to that of the best beers of Germany and Austria. Very respectfully, yours, WM. BROMWEL,L, Chemist. The following ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

ysas: ag.W-iHit -. ..- u & & R-Sfc iMkKSS 'j1 iK ..3"s?, virsssiWTTT'A .rKsjirri'-J-r'x. zz&m- eshests aL S)T .f v - Ktisi 10 TM SUNDAY KRiJ:D, OCTOBER IS. 1891. , t' -15 h iic fe' t hi N IN 'J i F ; w ) NEWS OF THE LODGES. VISITATION CEREMONIES AT AR MINIUS LODGE. Programme of Mnsonlc Visitation Worslilplul Master Tasker A KotnMo Odd Fellowship Evont Golden Cross, Itcchnbite, and I. O. M. Items. The following MnsonUi bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodge. Masonic Temple D. B. French No. is', Monday, lOUx; PenUlpha No. 23, Monday, 10th; National No. 12, Tues day, 20th; "Washington Centennial No. 14, "Wednesday, 2l6t; Now Jerusalem No. 9,Thurs day, 22d; St. John's No. 11 Friday,23d; Hopo No. 20, Friday, 23d. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G etreot Ca thedral Osiris No. 33, Wednesday, 21t; Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 23d. Blne room Columbia No. 3, Wodnosday, 21st. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 19h;.Georgo C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

;V" i . '. THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 18, 1891. 11 i fl tfi CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GJ-A.S FITTEB. Lead Burning a Spooialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 8027 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 3VE COLES, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 420 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 015 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. The Henry M c Shane MOTAOTDMNG CO., C. J. McOUBBIN, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. P. J. F 4 1 7 Eleventh Street N. W.f Pliimlmig and Gas Fitting, House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing . Promptly Attended to. J. R QUINTEE, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GhA. s fitteb, 1414 RHODE ISLAND AVENUE. WASHINGTON Electric Construction Co., 609 Twelfth Street N.W. Wo are In our Now Store. Como and eeo us. ELECTRICAL SPECIALTIES AND NOVEL TIES IN STOCK. ANY AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC LIGHT MATERI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

adflHMii !-- JtV tt? rjFnB" , 12 THESO-WY HOE&EfcAlD. OCTOBER18, .1881. f 3E v EEAL ESTATE The Inquiries for Investment Property Con tinue Very Numerous. ACTUAL TRANSACTIONS No Falling Off in tlio Activity Permits for New The last three days of the past week have been active ones in real estate circles. Though but few sales were made, many oper ations looking to that end were begun. Bealers say that they have never had so many inquiries for real estate, both unimproved and improved. This, together with the fact that there seems to be plenty of money, is the basis for the belief that great activity must come. There is a complaint amoncc some, however, that those who desire to Invest evi dently want too much for their money, and consequently negotiations are close and long delayed. The record of deeds shows that there is considerable business being done, but much of this is trading. The demand for houses to rent still continues, and agents have their hands full trying to obtain dw...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

BiWJ.ffjm w"J." r '-rf'ri .! ,.&JP TJHLE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER IS. 1891. IS v X T THE NIGHT SCHOOLS; A TAIiK WITH SUPEItlNTENDKNT POWELL AliOUT IHKM. Uo Favors EntnbllBhlnc Regular rhroo Yonr Courses of Study In Thorn A Well-Known nigh School Instrnotrc8 Notcn From the CIiim Rooms. Referring to tho night Esbools of tho Die trict Superintendent Powell paid to a Heuai-d reporter: "I regard the opening of these schools qs one of the most important events o tho school year. I have been surprised at the numbers of bright young men and women who attend the night schools. Tho fact that aftor a day's toll in some humble occupation they aro willing to devote their nights to study is decidedly in their favor. "Tho young persons who composo our evening classes aro generally earnest, indus trious, and anxious to improve every oppor tunity. Last year I was greatly surprised at tho numbers and Intelligent appearance of those applying for admission to tho High School. I believe tho board of t...

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