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

twmt t lO THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891 ti I NEWS OF THE LODGES. MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST TO JIEM BEES OV TnE ERATEItNlTIES. Soino Notnblo Events In Mnsonio Circles Activity Among tlio Order of Mcchnnicg nnd the Kcchnbitca. The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 23d; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 24th: New Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs day, 26th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 27th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 27th. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 20th. Blue Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 23d; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whit ing No. 22, Thursday, 20th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 23d. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 23d; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 20th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 27th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8, Tuesdny, 24th. Royal and Select Masters, Sanctuar...

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 February 1891

y rfr rg THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S91. 11 CIRCLE MARKET. CALL AND SEE OUR CAPON CHICKENS, SMAXIi YOUNG TURKEYS, PHIL A, DRY-PICKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS, BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE, GOLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MARKET. TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. H. GWYNNE, COR. YERMONT AYE. AND 1 ST. N. W. AiB for aroam That beautiful corner at Seventh and G streets N. E., 72 feet on G street and 116 on Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very easy terms. T R 1 a Han BROOKS, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. 4 Great Slaughter Sale of Harness! HARNESS. to $15 00. $20 Harness Reduced $25 Harness Reduced $30 Harness Reduced $35 Harness Reduced to $18 00. to $22 50. to $25 00. $40 Harness Reduced Harness and A LARGE LINE KNEESSI'S, - to $30 00. GAS BUGGY and ROAD 1 WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATING STOVES: CHEERFUL HEATERS. SUN CHEERFUL. SUNSHINE. TIDAL W AYE. COUPON. CHAMPIO...

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

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

r w,'', 'w ''.. f. tft - s '. THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, FEBRUARY22, 1S91. 13 SOCIETY CHAT. The temperance meetings being held every Friday cvoning by the non-partisan W. C. T. U. at the Soldiers' Homo aro proving a great sne cc68. Tho officers and inmates of tho Homo 'Contribute much to bring about this result. Tho meetings aro held in the largo ball used as a theatre, and music is provided by tho brass baud connected with tho institution. Friday night tho hall was crowded to overflowing, Aire. L. II. (Jbnso presiding and Miss It. 0. Lovy act ing as secretary. A. M. Dowoy, High Chief Kulcr of tho Kechabitcs, made a 6tirrlng address in favor of total abstinence, which was well re ceived by tho audience. Mrs. Calhoun, a sister of tho lamented Custer, was present, and on in vitation gavo two recitations, which wore ap plauded to tho echo. Other entertainment was furnished by tho Rov. E. M. Mott, with road' .ings and recitations; tho Misses Daughtou and Marsden, vocal duet, and selection...

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

S tSHKW rmpmf "?y"ftv ' mwwHmrrws j u VVrt Jt&HNMiU V''i ' y tVbifryisroMiHaifc'ww , ., . Jt jumMrtWW... itJ-S-JMauW. F 1-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRTLLAJRY 22, 1S91. High Art in Shoemaking WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON Fino Shoes for Gentlemen. WILSON Fino Shoes for Ladies. WILSON Flno Shoes tor Doys. WILSON Fine Shoos Tor Girls. WILSON , , . , WILSON Fine Shoos for Children wttIRtj Fino Shoes for Infants. CAim OAHIl CARH CAKIl CAUH CAKK OAItlt CAHK CAUH CAHK CAUH CAUH CAUH WILSON Reception and Evenlmr Wear gAHR WILSON Slippers ana uxrorus. gXlK WILSON Satin Slippers in all shades. CA WILSON Silk Slippers In all shades. CARH WILsSn Swado's Slippers in all shades. gARH WILSON Kid Slippers in shades. cvUtt. WILSON Blaok Kid, Beaded and Bows. 0ARH WILSON ratent lather Shoes and gARR WIlISn SUpP0r8- CARH WILSON Gonts1 Patent Leather Shoes. CARR WILSON Slippers and rumps. CARH WILSON AH5 WILSON 2ASS WILSON GARR AYILSON CARH Wilson & Carr, 02!) F STREETS. W. 432 NINTH ST. N. ...

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

itrt-ft? A - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. 15 ON THE ROAD TO SUCCESS. A. RALPH JOHNSON, Meal Estate, Loans AND Insurance, 1SOC IT S,a?K,E!3EJrX,. 303 Seventh street southwest. 510j Four-nnd-a-Half street southwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEUEN, REAL ESTATE AM LOAN BROKER, OFnott, 1420 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rented and Rents Collected Fire Insurnnco Placed in Rcllnblo Companies. fcJ-lmU w vckvv- -v-cYV, WJL SLo'tc ( J"- 1415 P Street, Member of Washington Stock Ex change. All local stocks and securi ties bought and sold. de8-lt if1 o :R sale. On Vermont avenue, between K street and Iowa Circle, three fine residences. Prico from S25.000 to $35,000. On Twelfth street, between It and S, 10-room brick; all modern improvements. S7,500. On Mstroot.between Ninth and Twelfth streets northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve ments. 813,000. On Q stree...

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

ly-tMyiurr Oiwoimaywwiyimitiy '" WMMjWratf '",. - oi njiifnttM 'T-jmTC-,TT"'"'i"T,n-"""nfnivrnTii ri"i i viKarJriwrwriffci'r,rf---a-ll1"l' "i"' l iH ff "r-"wfW V"! fift'i' wyV .. inu M ti- -jr V . VSfatjCftW' imw 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1891. 5 . S?" For gentlemen only. We have often heard of the value of of The Herald as an advertising medium, and will make it an object for you to help us put it to. the test. We sell Insurance against Loss of Time, Limbs, or Life on the same principle you insure Property against Loss or Damage from Fire. Send us your address and we will furnish full information as to our Plan, Policy, and Price. If after investigating the unparalleled record of our Company you should take out a policy we will redeem this advertisement at our office at $2. Cut it out now; it will not appear again. cxw&Wtt f??0& 637 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C," Resident Managers -for the New York Accident Insurance Company of New York. KEN SING TON This bea...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

P JH 4lkV J J s&f - - - m JlVttfr 3WiU:g IJ&timt&l ltftUx0xmtf. SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, IS 91. m & :.' fci JOHN W. ROSS, CoinmisBioncr of thu District of Columbia. Like Commissioner Douglass, Commissioner Ross had administered the duties of an impor tant Federal ofllco at tbo Capital previous to bis appointment to bis present office. lie was postmnster of the city of Washington from 1888 until be qualified as Commissioner, October, 1890. He was also president of tbo school board for three terms. Commissioner Ross was born at Lowistown, 111., In 1841. He was educated at Illinois Col lego and at Harvard Law School, from which he was graduated in 1805. He was admitted to the bar by the Supremo Court of Illinois at Springfield In February, 18CG, and at once be gan the practice of bis profession at bis native place. From 1809 to 1873, when he came to this city, bo was a member of the Illinois Legis lature. Since coming to Washington ho has been actively e...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

":(SS;g5Bv 4Sl. Hrvj:iJtM(J'WJCTi3(51,'''tfW 18 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. K ! U J. .'. n , ' &' 3 5.l a: ' It- WASHINGTON BENEFICIAL ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION RUILDING. Washington Bnnellcinl Endowment Association. There are two kinds of insurance insurance that insures and insurance that does not. There are two kinds of corporations that insure those that pay high salaries and low losses and those that pay moderate salaries aud the full amount of their losses. The former exists for the benefit of the stockholder as against the policy-holder, the latter for the benefit of the certificate-holder, who is his own stockholder. The latter Is not necessarily more anxious for his family to realize on his certificate, but there is substantial satis faction in knowing that high-salaried officers are not earning their money by obstructing the prompt settlement of claims in such an event. Assessment insurance honestly and conserva tively managed presents the maximum of se cu...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

(sJJUt , AT'- i THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1891. 1 DO YOU WANT THE EARTH? You Can Buy It as Cheap as Dirt THE FIRST ON RECORD TO GIVE SMALL INVESTORS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY WITH LARGER ONES Haying purchased a cotton factory in the South, which requires all my capital, I propose to dispose of my ENTIRE SQUARE, NO. 1092, BEING ALL THE GROUND BETWEEN 16TH AND 17TH AND G AND H STREETS S. E., and bordering on Kentucky ave., ONE BLOCK NORTH OF PA. AVE,, together with the undivided portion of Congress Heights, at a price for both properties that insures to investors the Surest, Safest, and Best Investment ever offered at the National Capital. The American Security and Trust Co., Well-known Organization in Washington, with a Capital of 0000, V. S L Have agreed to hold these properties in trust for the purchasers, and to issue to them certificates of ownership showing their respective interests therein. Large and small investors are therefore equally and thoroughly pro tected upon an...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

SZMfFSSZgFMUl 'Ul! W1PMH m9nRWJ!IUIU!RRitiLMV- so THE SCJJStDAV HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1S91. NEWPORT NEWS, HAMPTON, m . j$l.tstt3 OLD POINT. m ., w""1 ' NEWPORT NEWS has au IMMENSE DRY-DOCK and improved machinery for boat-bullulng, equal to any plant on the Clyde, aiidfwlll soon have 5,000 men at work building ships. NEWPORT NEWS has two new COTTON FACTORIES, two new Hues of steamers, models of speed and elegance. NEWPORT NEWS has NO EMPTY HOUSES. Contractors arc mshed almost to death finishing up buildings. NEWPORT NEWS has railroads, and will have electric Hues and magnificent boulevards along the cntiio coast. NEWPORT NEWS has the finest tiact of land ever seen, and at prices that will maho money for every shareholder. NEWPORT NEWS is now negotiating with the White StarLluo for a direct lino of steamers to Liverpool, so as to make a dhect outlet at NEWPORT NEWS for all grain, brcadstufTs, etc., of the West and of the whole South. NEWPORT NEWS is bound to bo the great SEAPOR...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

..iW WV-fV 'v 5--HJT- -?'----' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. 21 i fcy iju.j The Academy of the Holy Cross. An institution of learning of practical methods and increasing diligence is the well-known Academy of the Holy Cross, situated at No. 1312 Massachusetts avenue northwest. This acad emy is in charge of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, and has a daily attendance of one hun drod and fifty pupils. The academy is devoted to the instruction of children and young ladies, and a course of studies embracing all the English branches, the languages, painting, and music is given with all the attention to detail for which this institution is so justly noted. In this Institution not less than twenty-five Sisters of the Order of the Holy Cross make their home. Fifteen of their number devote them selves to the Instruction of tbe pupils attending the academy, while the remaining ten teach at St. Matthew's School, K street, between Four teenth and Fifteenth; St. Paul's, Fifteenth an...

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

HggyMTM HJMHrjj.sgga 2 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1891. BXEfi albeuxey D.viiiiES depot. Sec tivcnty-jirst jmgc GEORGE M. BARKER, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc. For twenty-five years this house has been familiar to the builders of the District of Co lumbia, and the progress it has made has been proportionate with the growth of the city and its suburbs. The wood-work of countless buildings in this region,' among them the Atlan tic building and that of W. B. Moses it Sons, has been supplied by Mr. Barker. The history of the establishment has been an epitome of the history of building in the Dis trict from the first dawn of the new Washing ton under the administrttion of President Grant to the present day. It has kept puce with the rapid progress in architectural devel opment and business enterprise. The sources of supply for stock have never failed, and no reasonable demand for material has gone un satisfied. The cut which we present above gives an...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

w ---.--rs,.v;.il. THE SUNDAY HKRALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1891. 23 A MODEL JEWELRY STORE. Beautifully artistic In Its decorations, band some In all Its appointments, and stocked with the richest and costliest goods, the now store of It. Harris & Co., jewelers and Importers of diamonds, situated corner Seventh and D streets northwest, has furnished to Washington Its handsomest storo up to date. A corner store, with a floor space of 3,000 square feet, the dls play made Is something uncqualed In any store of Its kind. The storo is furnished In real mahogany throughout. Shelf, upon shelf of silverware of latest designs Is displayed In a massive- mahogany wall case 65 feet long, stretching alongside tho northern hall, whllo opposite aro three wall cases, each 15 feet long and fitted with enormous plate-glass doors 7 feet wldo, tho largest over built. Theso aro filled with brac-a-brac, French clocks, bronzes, otc. There arc eleven counter show-cases of rosowood, each one with plate g...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

" ".it S v"IL(u- i&& SESS5fi6KS(lklBlKa8 Mi&g&frateaggjhuaM& J&G -- O THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, LS&l. THE ACADEMY Or THE VISITATION, GEOKOETOWN. R. M. BROWN, Dealer in ArtWts' Material, Pnlnt, 121 c At the corner of Seventh and N streets stands a building which, while imposing in its appear ance, yet gives little indication of the exteusive business carried on withiu its walls. It is the establishment fiom which R. M. Brown, whose portrait accompanies this article, supplies a large proportion of the community with the paints, brushes, ami other necessaiies for the internal and external adornment of the hones of the District of Columbia. Mr. Brown has built up beie a business which Is second to none in his line, and carries a stock which includes everything from the most delicate camel's-bair pencil to a twelve-inch "fitcb," and from the most expeusive lube colors to the ordinary mixed paints for outside work. The public have learned to expec...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

-H'WI i L ' V Hitfiiii. il T JUtfr SUffs&kig Ustliou&t lntUgmtv SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT-SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. , ,. J-Jnv --S-" J9UILJUflLIJ PBfj VJW M i It -i Burgess accepted the presidency of this enter prising Investment company. To those seeking secure nnd profitable Invest ments, largo or small, on cash or monthly pav ments, this company oilers undeniable proof of its financial solid basis and liberal profits. Shares $10 each, payable in ten equal pay ments. Those contemplating and desiring safe and profitable Investments should call on or ad dress tho secretary for Information at tho com pany's main ofllcc, No. 010 F street northwest. The other officers of tho company are young business men, successful In their private voca tions, enterprising in their efforts to make tho Northwestern Investment Company a com pany of tho highest standard, make it the most profitable! to the stockholders, and govern with conservative judgment. JUDGE TIIOMAS 1 MILLER. Judge Thomas F. Mi...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

wnm wMmitwi!wmiiiMut'iim-nim)i ''w- u'Wt" WMHWWigJimi 26 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1891. Efiemnjse T. TV. Grimes. Among the several businesses followed in tbls city that of Indies' tailoring may justly bo regarded as of tbe greatest importance t& tho community in furnishing those evidences of tasto and refinement in dress -which arc repre sented in fashlonablo and well-fitting garments. Mr. Grimes, with nu experience of ten years, had erected under his owu plans and personal ' supervision, about two years ago, his present place of business, No. 1737 Do Sales street. It is four stories in height, and consists of work rooms, show-rooms, etc., wherein can be found a fine assortment of French trimmings and 6uitings of his own importation, and other stock pertaining to a first-class establishment of this kind. Ho makes a specialty of making riding habits, and his skill and artistic make-up and prompt delivery of goods at the time promised has become 60 well known among ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1891. O onAitr.Es baum's building. CHARLES BAUM, Fancy Dry Goods, Clonics, Etc., Seventh Street. Although the appended illustration of the front of the building known as Baum's Popular Shopping Place is a good representation of the outside of the building, it is no criterion of the interior. An almost endless floor space Is found upon entering, every foot of which is utilized to the best advantage and the convenience of both customers and clerks. The front building contains four stories and the rear building three stories. From the entrance the first iloor ex tends back a block, as it touches Eighth street, while half way down the store, forming a com plete right angle, an additional floor extends to D street, and measures about one hundred and seventy-five feet in depth. This dry goods store on Seventh street is much appreciated by the feminine portion of Wash ington and surrounding territory, as it is con sidered a headquarters for ladies an...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

J4 r THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1891. .. i v"f ,.. 5- v.'" TO THE A TF On Bfe hUI 9 ALLOWING THREE WEEKS IN CALIFORNIA. The brilliant success of these incomparable Pleasure Trips lias been abundantly proven by the cordial patron age extended to the first tour of February 7, as well as by the bright prospects of the remaining tours of the series. The reasons for this are : THE MAGNIFICENT THROUGH TRAINS, Provided for the conveyance of the parties. These trains, as completely equipped as modern science can make them, surpass in luxury and comfort any other trains that cross the Continent. They present every convenience that one could command in home, hotel, or club. The Low Rate and Liberal Limit of Tickets Are popular features, as the trains fill in just such a period as the average busy American may devote to pleasure and recreation. Three more tours remain for the following dates : March 3, March 26, April 14, 1891. No mistake can be made in selecting any one of these ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

THE SUJSLDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22.1891. 29 y. - I .! 'uiiiajimLunmim I'uimn mmmmn F'V U"""LL1 Medical Department of Georgetown University. Four doctors Young, Howard, Llobormauu, ind Elliot all now dead, onco well-known physicians, mot at Dr. Young's office in the year 1849 for tho purpose of establishing another medical college in the District of "Columbia. Thoy communicated with the president of Georgetown Collcgo In roferenco to working uudcr the chartor of that institution! On No vember 5 of that year they received notice of their appointment as professors of the now de partment, all the details having been arranged. The first course of lectures cominenccd.!n April, 1851, in a commodious building erected for tho purpose on tho corner of Twelfth and F streots northwest. Tho first officers of tho institution elected were Dr. Young as president and Dr. Howard as register, which title was chanced afterward to that of dean, with a faculty as follows: Noblo Young, M. D., Profe...

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