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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

mmmimmm -"raravLwn .jwm- ; - .- a 5-Th - jE."S3W ,V,r,-J5JJStijp. ,1, -.,. .3B": iimtmimmmmmiMlmm J"i VM"r XS vrJ 'iJiriil1.WMWIIWW.MI. 'Hi ilimi . . . , , -, ,--... V 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, MOVEMBEK 22, 1891. " i )iliii"iii ii liiiii (i y. i I" i n Mm I i. i f- I S n $ fj KEWS OF THE LODGES. ANNUAL VISITS OF THH GKAND CA VITUIjAII MASONIC OVJICEKS. 2Iow They Wr ItocolTed j the Dlf foront I.o(1kc! Vlnltnllons by I. O. O. T. Grnntl Lodgo Onicers Tho Golden Cross unci Independent Order of Mo chnnica Notes and I'ortonal. The following TasonIc bodies meet upon the ovonings of tlie ensuing wcofc: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 1G, Monday, 23d; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 24th; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 20th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 27th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 27th. A. A. S. R. Sauctunry, 1007 G street Ar mlnlus No. 25, Monday, 23d; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 21th. Masonic Hall, Geoigetown George G. "Whiting No. 22, Thurfcd"ay, 20th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood -Stanebury No. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

cr"- ttHT " T'M,E T3NY"H:,E'RA..LIDl..SOVB3SdBER 22, 1891. 11 1 r - ii i IT" aft ii Oil LITTLE SISTER CHILI . , sVrcIjifcjSjcfcjsu SPECIALTIES IN FI1E BUTTER! ESTABLISHED 1874. THE DARLINGTON. THE SHARPLESS. J. GERMUILLERJ THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER. C A.lSrx 8-3?OXJN.t 3SOXJES XMlOJTCEXD FOB BA3IirV5r USE. AECHITECT, npf'fVT"1 lIH1T3- Docsn't want to bo told what to do. Natur ally It makes her mad. Most sisters don't care for advice, but au IDEAL BAMBLER $05 makes them happy every time. Suggested by Gormully&Jeffery Manufacturing Co 1325 Fourteenth Street Northwest. (registered trade mariO OFFICE AND SALES-ROOM, NO. 014 FOURTEENTH 8TREET N. W. HIGH-GRADE Wines of Absolute Purity, Direct from the Vineyard of H. W. CRABB, Oakvillc, Napa County, Cal., to our vaults, TWENTY-SEVENTH AND K STREETS N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. Special Attention given to the supply of Family Tables. Private Collars Furnished. Sweet Wlnea and Brandies Furnished in Wood. Telephone Call, 998-3. de22-ly6 THOMAS S. D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

" -- .v .,-. --rtiVwflH "S ? -KV' . wj4-r ' 9S. K 12 THESUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 23, i8'91. tunawmrn. HEAL ESTATE & BUILDING. A ltUSINKSS VIEW OF Till! QUESTION OF RENTS IN WASHINGTON. If Thoy Arc lllghor Hero Thnn In Other Cities Thero In Good Iteason tar It The Koul Kstato Mnrlcot UnchnnRod Unllilint Operations Ilccln to TTnll Off for tho Wlntor. There was no marked Increased activity In the real estate market last week. Tho sales which wcro made wcro generally small houses or moderately cheap lots upon which the erection of residences were intended. Littlo property was sold for speculative purposes and that which changed hands was of a very safe nature. It would seem tint tho heavy operators had obtained nil tho property they enred to carry, and knowing their Investments to bo paying ones, aio holding their owulngs until tho spring advance in prices. Building operations were correspondingly dull. But sixteen permits were issued and outside of tho northwest the amount to be in ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

Httemmmf- - It. It THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVfeMBER22, 1891. 38 DEBUTS OF MALE BUDS. Some Amusing Gossip as to How It is Done. My Deah Louise: i know It la not tho cus tom to write up tho young men of socloty, but why should not a beginning bo rondo? Masculine youth have to mako a debut just as well as tho girls, and I truly bollovo it Is ac companied by almost as largo an amount of preparation and a much groator degree of trepidation. They have uppish nspirations and just as much snobbishness as womon f oiks. 1 have heard of tho caso of a man, now well on his feet In a social senBo, who mado It worth tho while In past years to an elderly woman, fully established In Vanity Fair, to push "the gates ajar" for him. I have also been told of an Instanco where a young pro fessional mau of an entirely rcspectablo but obscure family mado a bargain to furnish tho impoverished relict of a onco piominontman with a carriage lor tho season provided sho would take him along when making tho rounds and...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

-sWSK.fc. .n-.4.lWilCU't """ 14 TJrlK STJKI?A.lf HBRAKDKOYBMBBR 22.f81 $Mxlfr&K& 3$ktJlsJMS $1 TBI CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND 0--S FITTER. Lead Burning a Specialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 3027 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 3MC. EEGISTEItED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTEE Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 015 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AKD STEAM FITTER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SAMTART PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry IcShane MANUFACTURING CO., C. J. McCUBBIN, MANAGER, NO.. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. P. J. FINGLES, 417 Eleventh Street N. W.f Plumbing and Gas Fitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing Promptly Attended to. J. E. QUINTER, PR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

TjEjED SUN 3D A.Y ffeRpJ N OVjZtitM jb . .1891, 1 ' r 15 WM 'i ' TilOS. G. UENSEY & CO., Heal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, lCb( V STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Fine now hou60 onBthBknojO rooms; bath; all m 1; largo lot. Near East Capitol street. Price, $0,800. Wo can rent several houses In the north west section to reliable tenants at rents ranging from $30 to $75 per month. TELEPHONE CALL, 1105-B. BUYS SELLS RENTS 610 13th Si. N. W. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW J. SCHWARTZ, CLAIMS, REAL ESTATE AGENT INSURANCE, NO. 005 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. Houses Rented and Rents Collected. Country Property a Specialty. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. 4 and 0, 934 F STREET, Washington, D. C. THEEXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP ERTY A SPECIALTY. Money Invested at 10 per cent. Interest Lots, Lands, Houses, and Farms alwayu on hand. City Property for Country Farms. Exchango of Property a Specialty, FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE: 1,500,000 acres o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

- 4 -"ir - -$- ( u WV f TWIT . ..rtj,. , 4 j, ., , j ' - ' w, k. n- nyj v 16 THE STJN3D.AY HERALDNOVEMBER 22. 1891. LE HO O JLi Jui JoL JlCpjBl JW O E AMERICAN CUSHIONED KAM- BLER; Standard pattern, used some three or four weeks; tires show no wear; finish in good condition. Reduced from $140 to 125. AMERICAN CUSHIONED RAM BLER; Standard pattern. This has been run four or five hundred miles, but is still in excellent condition every way nothing broken or out of order. Price cut from 140 to 115. A bargain in every way. ENGLISH "REFEREE;5 ' Solid tires; 1890 pattern; high-grade in all respects; ball-bearings to all parts; weight but 37 pounds; all on; fully guaranteed every way, and price cut to 120. (Former price, 140.) "SAMSON" SAFETIES, Both in diamond and double-braced cross frames; solid tires; ball-bearings to cranks, wheels, and pedals; f tire to driver; f tire to steering wheels. We have but a few of these in stock, and rather than carry them over will make prices low. Cut fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

L- ft 1 - Sft 1 i JUtfe 31ffifelg Wltxtivnixl utlliKnKKK VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 37. 1 0W 1M wJ i! A GAIN FOR MILLS. THE FOUR BKOOKLVN COHGUtESS MKN DECIDE TO SUPPORT IIIM. Rut Crisp Sooins Still to Hyo a Good IiCiitl for tho Speakership Unplodjxed Votes Gains for Springer TThr Mc Mlllln's Stroneth ties. A single weok remains of tho contest for tho Speakership. It is n remarkable fact that at this lato stage in tho stiutrglo thero aro at least enough members to compose one-fourth of tho voting strength of tho caucus whoso preferences aro not at this timo known with anything like certainty. This fact will go far to explain the wldo disparity between tho estimates of tho different candidates. There is a natural tendency to count for themselves members who are yet unpledged, and a great many members have been thus counted threo or four times. Mr. Crisp estimates that tho Intentions of at least fifty Democratic members are still unknown, oud Mr. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

v WASSV1W61? i.5(f $v- ifcv ( -, - 3r-w uw.a ? Kiiw. -a. - M.aftgaato.o -ajKflWW 4M"refc 4 aca aflM,fc.rv WffsWil t . I THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. 1. n I? r 11, t JFOR KIIiliING OPPIOBB SLACK. The Verdict or tho Corohcr's Jury Charge Mjmi With the Crime. Tho inquest over the body of Pollcemau J. B. Slack, who was stabbed during an alter cation -with Mr. Charles J. Myors on Tues day night, ana who died early on Friday xaornlng, took place yesterday at tho Sixth Precinct. Thojury was composed of Messrs. A. W. Kellogg, John S. Bolt, "Walter J. Brooks, T. A.Terry, L. A. Coombs and John Mayer. Coroner Patterson conducted tho Investigation. Mr. Joseph Shllllngton, who ha8 boon retained by the defense, aud Mr. -Arthur Sellers wero present. Tho evidence of Mrs. Slack was tho 6amc as that already publish. In effect, It was that her Lusband had placed Myers under arrest on tho Btrcct; that Myers stabbed him, and, re treating Into his yard, was followed by her husband, where the fig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

'-s- it . I ,... li . 1 THESUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. & Mrs. John E. Bcall's beautiful pink luncheon at her lovely home, "Montrose," Georgetown Heights, on Wednesday, was about the first formal entertainment of the kind glveu this season. The euest6, twenty in number, were: Mrs. McKee, Madame Romero, Mrs. Georee Bloomor, Mrs. and Miss Miller, wife "and daugh ter of the Attorney General; Mrs. Bea ton Perry, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Somers, Mrs. Ilallday, Mrs. Ross Thompson, Mrs. Outhwaite, Mrs. Johnson, wife of Represen tative Johnson, of Ohio; Mrs. Mattlngly, Mrs. Hutchlngs, Mies Ida Thompson, Mrs. Grover, and Mrs. James Kclley. The Short Story Club has again selected Mrs. Germond Crandell president. Mrs. Emily F. Hort read the story, at the meeting last Wednesday night, which sho named "Tantrums." The musical and literary programme which followed, promised well for a successful year. Next meeting will occur Wednesday evening, Decombet 9. General and Mrs. Joseph C. McKIbben wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

.BSW8MSWPSSii,if-- 4LM v V- 'rfi ..aW-jffafft.M-Ha.tariACfcy- - '' '"" 'TiffMwwrwBnT' Mmu lam THESUNDAYHERALD, NOVEMBER 29,1891. AND Wccfitg (ttatfoncif 3nfcffigcncer. the National Intelligence? ESTABLISHED 1600. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED U9. Entered nttho FostOlllco nt Washington, Dt O.i as Socoml-clns Miittor. J . n. sooiii5, 1 ,, , . ' I'roprlotorfl. l.T. IIKKSKY, A Editorial nml Publication Onices South west Cor. 11th find KSts. N. W. XOTICE TO SUBSOHIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or cliccks on IVeto York or Wasli inglon. fMicn checks on banks in other cities are sent 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 unwed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolutcncxcs of sufflclcn importance to justify ptiblication will be ivcl corned froj?i any one, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

f(, -t- THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. THE WEEK'S WEDDINGS. Last Wednesday, tho 23th Instant, Mr. Theodore Frlobus, jr , tho architect, was united In marriage to Miss Zetta GInesi, daughter of Mrs. Marie GInesi, of Lo Droit Park. Both brldo and groom have- a largo social acquaintance St. Andrew's Church, whoro tho servlco was performed, was filled at an early hour. Rov. Dr. Perry officiated. To tho music of tho "Lohengrin" wedding march tho bridal party advanced to tho altar, tho ushers, Messrs. William Buttcrworth, Samuel Miller, Clarouco McClelland, and Gus tav Frlebus, cousin of tho groom, leading tho way followed by tho two pretty bridesmaids, Mls3 RIna GInesi, sister of tho bride, and Miss Burns, of New York. Next came tho maid of honor, Miss Mario GInesi, tho Httlo Bister of tho bride. Then camo tho brldo, looking beautiful In a dress of whito China crepo, trimmed with point lace, her tulle veil being fastened with sprays of lilies of tho valley. In her hand sho carried...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

- WBM(i,lBf y,.; ., ,ms ,j, A, v4vw, y r; .. ....- wniaiSllmBVm;m.l&li&&as&Ub8tl -L - RnV mmini ilium mi wmjsyf "IfTr yw..- r',- THE feUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29. IS91. it i BILLS OF THE PLAY. WHAT TII12AT1U5 rATROXS CAN SELECT FROM THIS WEI3K. IklnRgio Mitchell nt AlbatiRh's Grand Opera nt tho Academy ami Ifnrco Comcd.T nt tho National A Vow Words About Last Wok'fl Perform ances. Do "Wolf lloppcr anil his funny legs carried tho now comtc opera, "Wang," through a suc cessful week at tho National Theatre. There is really nothing extremely original about tho opera either in the dramatic or musical way, but Mr. Hopper has staged It In such brilliant stylo that where It misses his presenco on tho stage it must succeed as a spectacle Asido from his own comical individuality ho has surrounded himself w ith a largo and elo gantly-costumed chorus and a company of average merit, and these make tho opera "go" to tho extent of its possibilities. Little Miss Delia Fox as Mataya, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

"? lri . ti . -,--.-, -""V. iWt - I 'ik il THE SXJNODA.Y HERALD, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. sV.tajdtxjcm fSteljfcsi "N ARMY NOTES. The following transfers of company officers of Infantry Las boon ordered: In tho Sovontk Infantry First Lieutenant Daniel A. Fro crick, from company F to company Q: First Lieutenant Daniel L. Ilowoll, from company Q to company F; First, Lieutenant James A. Gooilln, from company K to company C; Lieutenant Frederick will join tho company to which ho Is transferred. In the Tenth In fantry Captain Gregory Barrett, from com pany 1 to company D; Captain Waltor T. Dug ganj from company D to company IC; Cap tain Clayton S. Burbank, from company K to L; Captains Barrett and Burbank will, on tho expiration of their leaves of absenco, pro ceed to join the companies to which they are respectively transferred. In tho Twenty-third Infantry Captain Greenleaf A. Goodalo, from company K to company A; Captain Edwin B. Bolton, from company A to company K. By...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

TIK SUNDAY EiEiRAJMD. NOVEMBER 29. 1S91. AN UNPARALLELED OFF FOR CHRISTMAS BUYER LONDON BAZAR 5 & s, - h ', . VIS We are chock full with Bargains t-u.y for csxsli and. sell for casli only, therefore can stocked with great bargains : Millinery Goods, Oloaks, Furs, Ribbons, Silks, Dolls, Toys, Metal Toilet and Shaving Above are our separate Departments complete in every detail. CIL.0-A.3vS- 7 Black Cheviot Cloaks, imitation of Blue Fox, shawl rolling collar, to cloBe, S6.09. 24 Black-Striped Cheveron Reefers trimmed with real Astrachan, Shawl Collar, to close, S8.90. S Bedford Cord Reefers, satin-lined, trimmed In gray krimtner, sizes 34 and 86, to close, S20. 9 Tan Cheveron Reefers, silk loops, 86.99. BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR TO CHILDREN FREE DURING- HOLIDAY "WEEK. COME EAELY ANBHAVE US LAY ASIDE THE BEAUTIFUL DOLL OR TOY YOU WISH TO BUY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. It Was tho Most Interesting Ever Wit nessed in "Washington. The football championship of tho DIstrl ct has been decided, and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

., - ! ? ts ., r -s v kirk Yl Jtatfc 39$kt:g 3Jiijcma:l Ittij&Uxgjmi? . i . , ,j' H-, , . ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. Unnditii THE WAR ON POLICY. TOUGH STRUGGLE OP TIIE POLICE TO SUPPRESS THE GAMRX.ERS. much Has noon Bono Hut Still tho Writ ers Ply Thoir Xrnilo Umlor Cover Shnrp TrlclcB to Docolvo tho Oflloors How They aio Wntohod. Policy playing In this city, though still prac ticed to a considerable extent, is not carried on so generally as It was several years ago. Tho laws regulating It have been so amended that any one even "aiding, abetting, or encourag ing" policy is liable to imprisonment and no appeal from the Police Court jury can be made. This enables ofllcers to send policy writers to jail besides lining them. The result has been that this method of gambling is carried on now strictly sub rosa. Policy shops have been raided 60 continuously within the past year that the business is now carried on almost exclusively on the streets. The p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

io THE SUNDAY HERALDi NOVBMBfiR 29. ISfel. S'V .4: -Ss-j NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT IB nOIKO ON IX TEH 8ECUET FRATERNITIES. Worshipfnl minster Barnlmrd of Iiiilmnon Lodge Ko. 7- 8nd Death of Dr. Kootno Happonines Among tho Odd Follows The Golden Crois and Mechanics, The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho ovenings of tho"cnsuinr week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple National No. 12, Tuesday, 1st; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 2d; La Fayoitc No. 10, Thursday, 3d; Lebanon No. 7, 1 1 id ay, 4th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 Q street Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 2d; Colum bia No. 3, Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall,Ninctccuth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 4th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 1st; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue Mount Horcb No. 7, Thursday, 3d. Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple Columbia No. 1, Friday, 4th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

VTTjJvtf t V THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29, 1891 11 THE BROTHER IN BLACK. Tho Touching Story of ColeRtln Beaulieu, Born a Slave in Maryland. New Orleans Picayune. "Celestin Bcaulicu, colored, an ex-Con-federato soldier, one ot tho best-loved ncgroc in tho South, is dead. II o waB a faithful man and a bravo one," said a well-known gentle man to a Picayune reportor. "In war and in peace ho bore a reputation which any man might have envied. When tho nowa of his death was brought to mo I was moved almost as deeply as if oho of my own kin had gone to 'that undiscovered bourne.' " The death of this excellent old man ro calls many curious incidents of his career. Celcstln Beaulieu was born In Maryland, in August, 1830. His blrthplaco was In a tiny cabin on a plantation belonging to a Dr. Pierre Prusnn, to whoso oldest son, Henry, ho was given at tho ago of 10. When klB master came to New Orleans, ho accompanied him as body servant and confidant generally. Tho good qualities of head and he...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

12 TMKSUNDA.Y HERALD, NOVEMBER29, 1891. REAL ESTATE & BUILDING. THE RKALTY MABKRT VI KM RUT NOT VERY AOTIVK. Little Chango Kxpoctod Boforo tlio First of tho Now Year Rulldlnjr Opera tions Still Continue to Ho Luro An other Handsomo Church to Ho Com lnonccil Thin Week. Tho causes which havo Influenced tho real CBtato market for tho past fow weeks nro not jaslly explained. But fow dealers will deny that there has not been tho activity during this tlmo that there was last year, but at the Bamo tlmo It Is n fact that tho valuo of prop erty as shown by the nles that are inado Is still on tho Increase. Prices aro moro than maintained. The reasons for tills inactivity, aa given by various real estate dealers, have been recited in this column from time to time. At present tho nearness of tho holidays is probably the most accurate reason for tho dullness. Business men aro placing their money in stock, the return from which will not be felt in the real estate market until tho beginning of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

r- -? '.-- - - -i -i t -7 y y . ?r THE SUNDAY HRRASvPi NOVBMBER29, 1891. 18 HNPP(H9VIMIIIM!HVIIMIIHHVVI1IIQ!MIIMHM9PPP1H FREE BOOKS FOR PUPILS. SOME INTEKKSTING VIGUttES ABOUT T1IB COST OK TU13 SYSTKM. lixporicnco of Othor Oltlon "With tlio Svntcm Dock it. Incroiiflo tlio Attend ance ? Tlio Teaching or Kngllnh tiiinguitgo and T,Hornturo in Ui Schools. Although tlio frto text-book system for the public ecbools in tlio District litis only been In operation for a llttlo over two months, iti adoption has becu considered such a bucccss that the board of trustees have iucludod In their estimates for tlio next fiscal year an np prlatlon of $85,000, with which to Introduco tho system into all tho grades of tho public schools, lncludlug tho High Schools. Last year Congress was asked for $51,000, with which to supply tho pupils of tho first six grades with free text books. Congress ap propriated only $25,000, however, aud with this it was found Impossible to furnish tho first six grades, and ...

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