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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

MJMVmMf7l v- 30 TPIK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1S91 sisted by a corps of efficient, courteous, find in telligent 8nlesmon, anil tiro gaining an cnvlablo reputation, not only for honorable dealing, but as leaders In styles and novelties In this critical market. Their spring and summer lino, already complete, includes everything tho most fastidi ous taste could demand. ',.-. w rAzszrrt- m-txi. sjr'.SJair. -i.' ."- . &S- 3 jjitSil'MfSSiSwSl Eustou & Hupp. A leading house engaged In tho stationery In dustry In Washington, D. C, Is that of the above-named firm. These gentlemen first es tablished their business on tho corner of Thir teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue north west In 1S82, but owing to tho increase of pa tronage they were compelled to renfbve to their present eligible position, 421 Eleventh street uorthwest. Tho premises occupied Is a four story building, which they have had remodeled to suit their business, and consists of n spacious and commodious stor...

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

THE; SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. 31 GIBSON DUOS.' BUILDING SEE PAGE 29. RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO. HowXoungMonKiiy Succeed In Business The History of the "Wonderful Growth of a Bright Auction X'Irin. ' About ono year ago the now acknowledged Qeading firm of auctioneers, Messrs. Ratcliffe, Darr & Co., the subjects of this sketch, made their d6but In the commercial circles of the Capital City. Young, vigorous, enterprising, and bound to succeed, they placed themselves before the people in their now aud elegant quarters at 920 1'ennsylvania avenue northwest, which in so short a time has come to bo re garded as the head and front of the auction business in this city. Whilo the firm is young, as wo have said, they can yet boast of their ago in the point of experience. Young, be cause aB a firm they are but a little over a year established, anu old in experi ence because the active branch brought with them to the new firm a knowledge of the business and acquaintance with ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

JUJili iWmumjmZ5mmmu.&M.iiwBy&M ' nummmmiwuHJmi -,- s-BsatasnwCT 32 , THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. --Jsa.' .sm; ";.V?'-S -,,' I'ililtli'iryiJittijJH.iiiiliij.frhHiNU'i'U'MtMt'M .ii.tf jiill i i : t i 3J 1 1 M Jk 1 1 i i i t t j H 1 lf i Hi f i H I 1 1 i H t i f Itt i-MilMMtl M t i I rtS I i I ffl ! H i Mt t M Mt 1 1 j B 4 H g H tl B U kKt t H t Ma- lii FH HI i t lU. 1 1" I mi 1 1 iBJ i 1 1 K t i BE H i i tB I ) 1 Ff B i 1 1 m I T fr M5 it j fc t H I ffe 1 1 L i B L 1 M it i H IK t i 1 fffc t 1 tW iJti.8Jil Kl i H i 1AI 1 1 1 i H I M i m tfa HI 4 H I j tH MltWiiPi m HtBI'HlfllHil HI HI ilj 1 i F Pi 1 1 IFK 1 1 1 JB tit Bl i 1 H !i an "in' ' i '.iiliiilBPi : 'iiWIfliwmrmTTillMM jjjj ijiiiini,,,,,,,,,,. pllii'iiiiiiiiiiNiiiliiliiiiiiilffiiiTTTn!Tmiliilliiliiliiii3v ' wjjiiiiinj i ii ii i ' yiiiAy nun 1 1 Mil 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hit ro "MvgTTi nm 1 H i j TiT tttv 'Tfi:'Mois?rTr(-A" SAKS & COMPANY'S BUILDING. A SUCCESSFUL HUSTLE. STANDING on the natural bus...

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

Pmmiai I I Jin ft WLklig 31&txmad liiUgtt. VOL. iXIKV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1891. 16 PAGES. N0.50 8 ! m ! lv THE CONTEST IS OVER AND MISS SEUITITEKI.E IS VOTED TUB MOST POPULAR. With Miss Etlltli Hough a Good Second Miss SouITorlo AwniMotl tho; llonutiful Pony Outlit Over 50,000 Votes Cast Ity "Uoralrt" Koiulora. Miss Helen Seufferle 1ms been voted tho most popular young lady hi tlio District of Columbia by tho readers of The Sunday IIkuald. She received tbo haudsomo total of 38,701 votes in tho contest inaugurated somo weeks ago, and accordingly has been awarded tho beautiful pair of ponies and tho stylish surry offered by Tin: Herald to tho winner. Sho will also receive a handsome gift from Mr. Harry King, Jr., in the shape of a costly seal plush coat. Miss Seufferle, tho winner of tho contest is tho daughter of Mi William F. Seufferle, apopular and well-known young businessman, a member of the firm of Jackson tfc Co., grocers. Mies Edith V. Hough received next to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1891. sfcsnBEoras essssmsssxssEssasmsBsssssBBssESBaa KiL.iaimia:i.utiii'',wii.w11l1l,;fMj1aB t3R23&ZZEaZ5B3Cn3S3Z&SSSE!5SEa5SEHS53a5SJ tsssascxBzm JESZBSSBX nssssu7j;zuuwUa!Ju.w;:uixKS7-c RNI 9s The Finest That Creates parkling Table Water and Ginger Champa AM ABSOLUTELY NATURAL MIMSBAL WATES amm H . r ro ,r H & ra &n UM I Digestion, System Oeneraliv. ist. The developed springs of Manitou consist of the following group : NAVAJO, MANITOU, and SHOSHONE, all controlled by the M ANITOU MINERAL WATER COMPANY. 2d. The purity and virtue of these remarkable springs have long been known, but it is only within the last three years that efforts have been made to supply the waters to the people in a commercial way, and the success of the business since then has been truly wonderful, the demand having grown to such proportions as to require the constant employment of a large force of men to bottle. and ship the goods. 3d. These waters are bottl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY; MARCH 1. 1S91. a. m 1 I INMM' HV1 UH I ! f it , St I Iv 1 HIE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. The President yesterday issued a general or der to tho Army fixing a maximum limit for the punishmont of enlisted menintimo of pence for all crimes and offenses within tho jurisdic tion of courts-mnrtial. Tho regulations con template a uniform degree of punishment throuuhout the service and tho inhibition of cxccsslvo sentences by courts-martial. Tho severest penalty prescribed is ton years' im prisonment, nnd this can bo imposed only in cases of manslaughter and assault with intent to kill. Tho greatest punishment for desertion is imprisonment for five years, which, however, may bo imposed only for desertion in tho pres ence of an Indian outbreak or other trouble, or when tho act is joined in by two or more soldiers in tho execution of a con spiracy. Tho maximum punishment for ordi nary cases of desertion is two and a half years' imprisonment, with ouo year added ...

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

I h THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 1. 1891 li ly,' is & .1 fUuhlij Jlruionn1 S'ntdliipccT. TKF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED HOC. THE SUNDAY HERALD eerAQUfiHco was. Kntorcd at tlm Vost OOluo at "VnshIngtont I). 0.. b Second-class RInttor. s. n.sour.K u- .Vroprlotors. A. T. HBNSEY WtMtortrU unci lubticntIon Offices, No; 409 Toutli Street Northwost. $30 REWARD. "THIS SUNDAT,nKRAIDiHconvlnnoa Mint Micro Is an organized ennj; of pnpor thieves in this city, who follow its carriers nrouncl and talco the papers from tho door itcps. "Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest nnd conviction of any one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. X0TI0E TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances tftould be made by postal note, money order, or checks on JS'cw York or iras7iinp ttm. Wlicn checks on banks in other cities arc tent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of Tnn Sondat Herald cannot undertake to preserve or return rejected communi cations. Persons...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

, .rV" iRi&-wg4agyy-'Pwv'Ti'V''c,wpwaKM''w - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SXJ1SIDA.Y. MARCH 1. 1891. KM m MS I i 3n M I i i, Iff ' SPORTINGNBWSANDGOSSn1 THE POTOMAC ATHTjISTIOS HAND. ROME1A' ENTKUTAINTJIKIK FKIKNWS. A Flrst-llnto 1 lis leal and Athletic I'ro ginmmo Given X.iiHt Night now tho Now Hall Park Is GettlngOn Kcnowori Activity Among (ho Athletes General Notes. Tbo elegant quaitcrs of the Potomac Athletic Club were thrown open to their friends Inst evening, The building was crowded by as dis tinguished a gathering as bus assembled at any emeu nITair this season They provided an ex cellent programme last evening, and thoaiious eventu were appreciated by tho audience. Tho lnincipnl affair was Lieut. Worth G. Hoss's ex hibition of pesidlgitation. Tho audience gnvo close atteution and tho cleverness of tho accom plished officer was goncrously applauded. The singine, club swinging, and sparring were ex cellent, and the men wcro praised for their work. One featuro of tho evening was tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

6 TH SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 1, LS&l. P I i. f& I'ftS ; I. r IN THE STAGE WORLD. MGHT OPKRA, MELOHUAUtA, AND VA KIKTV ON TDK HILLS. Tito Carleton Cotnpnny nt AlbnugH'fl nnd IJoso Coghlnn nt tho Nntinnnl Thin Week Tjj-dli Thompson Soon to l'ny Us n VlslU-Notcs of tho Singe. ' vv 'Si Y The Onrlcton Company nt Albaiiffli's That ttacro Is nn uncommon Interest in tho en gagement of Carleton's Opora Company nt Albaugh's Opera Houso this week is con clusively shown by tho salo of scats. Mr. Carleton, it is reported, Is in better voice than ho has been in for several years post, nnil has in tho tbreo operas ho will glvo hero his three favorite i flics in comic anil romantic opera. Ho has sung tho rfllo of Marquis tVAubiquc, which he created nt the oiiginal production of the opera at tho Now York Casino seven years ago, over three thousand times. The members of his company were especially engaged for their respective roles in these three operas. Tho opening opera will bo "Claude...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

Eg-A-wWqWfWWllPWt!lW immimmmm'''.'m THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. MARCH 1. 18$1. i tf V m 1 I I I ! -a i THE WOMEN'S "WEEK. XDE jNKKIXHG of tiik n ationai. COUNCIL. A 11XVPY SUCCKS.S. A (StMioi'al Kcvlotv of "What Was Accom plished Some of tho Notablo Women W)h Took 1'art llrlfihl "Women Jour nalists In Attendance. i The Woman's National Triennial Council for 1S9L has opened ami closed a most interesting scries of sessions during the past week sessions representing tho organized work of woman in every direction. Looking hack over it as n whole ono is cnablod to summarizo it. Tho council brought together a most notable gath ering of leading women, and expressed its best thought through tho various speeches and papers read. It was impossible not to be im pressed by this united strength, rllgnity, and worthiness of honorablo mention. Tho gain to womanhood during the past thirty years is im mense in tho way of outward and inward de velopment. Tho fraternal delegates were moved by this gran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

vjrrj u i kiv THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. MARCH 1. 1S91. POPULAR ) 8 A GREAT SALE Few and Far Between ""- - r STMT i KJ JL JL JLA U JL 6 BAMS A . MM h I. X K& lef-K K-"l i -?$r OJT Wonderful Values We have put the "STAKS" on Newly Arrived SPRING GOODS, so as to quickly introduce them and insure their early sale. These bargains vou don't often have the good fortune to come across. lVlllJllN JJX I Lace Curtains, Portieres, and j Draperies. 85c. Lace Curtains 50c. pair SL and $1.23 Laco Curtains S9c. pair $2.50 and S3 Lace Curtains, with pole and brass trimmings, curtain chains and hooks $1.98 50 and SO Fine Lace Curtains S2.38 pair S7 and S8 Real Lace Curtains S4.69 pair $2.50 New Effects in Madras Curtains. . .S4.41 pair S3 New Effects in Madras Curtains $4.78 pair $7 and S8 All-Chenille Portieres S4.38 pair $12 and S15 All-Chenillo Portiere's, fringed SG.9S pair :8c. Entirely New Nubia Drapery 21c. yard 10c. Silkoline in new effects, 10c. yard 93c.New China Silks 69c. yard 20c.St...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

Bflnunjuimuifmi Uttfr 3Httilg 3Iit$ai&l ttUgtttt a I. ESTABLISHED 1800. MARCH 1, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE BASTEH FASHIONS. "BAB" SEES BERNHARDT WHAT SOCIETY L.VDIKS SAY AS TO TUK DKKSSKS OP Til K COMING SUMSIKlt.! AND SKETCHES HEIt AS ACTKESS AN1) AS WOMAN. mmmmmmmmmmmmmfirmm ill F M I If Plp H ,HWW JJ '! 1 1 PHI i W'k I'M Mrs. Splnolu Predicts 11 lloopslclrt Kovlval P"' Senator Sawyer's Dauglitor ThlnltH U10 tTonnoRS Miller UrtiHK "Will Como JIu Tlio Views or the Mnrquico 1)1 I.11.17.11 Mrs. Owon AilvocntuH Ll;ht-wblRlit, Iro.SBCrt nntl Objects to the Exaggerated Vronoh'StylcH Mrs. Flower on tlio Im modest 'PulI-bacK Mrs. Senator Davis on Light Shoes anil Hluh HcelH. WaBhlngtou Is fast becoming one of the drcs slest cities in tho country. You could carpet Pennsylvania avenue from one end to tho other with tbo costly satins and silks worn here ot a winter, and there is enough velvet and plush at every White House reception to drape the Capitol from one end of it to the other and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

1 T - - 10 THE SXJNlDAY HBRALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1891. 22E jj i , t 14 li I I ItJ NEWS OF TUB LODGES. MANY MATTERS OF IKTRREST TO SE CRET SOOIKTY JIKMBERS. Aiinunl limuiuct of the Masonic Veterans Masonic Kotos and i'ernonRls What tlio Ilccliabltcs ami Order of Mechanics Aro Doing Golden Grog Kotos. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the eveniugs of the ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tcmplo Benjamin B. French sTo. 15, Monday, 2d; Pen talpha No. 23, Monday, 2d; National No. 12, Tuesday, 3d; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, -Itu; La Fayette No. 19, Thurs day, 5th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 6th. A. A. S. 11. Sanctuary. 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 26, Wednesday, 4th. Bluo Rooni: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 4th. Masonic Hall. Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 0th. Masonic Hall, Georectovrn Potomac No. 5, Monday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Uniontowu Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 2d. lioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Tcmplo La Javctto No. 5, Tuesd...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

i mil i imiBBng5iiiftii iimimimmrwtmitmpitHimmiHt ! THE SWDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1S91. 11 i c 3 GIRCLE MARKET. THE EASTER FASHIONS. ASCOT I SCARFS IB V M p lv l $, Ii fil f ! it OALL AND CAPON CHICKENS, SMALL YOUNG- TURKEYS, PHILA, DRY-PIOKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS, BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE, GOLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MARKET. TRY OUR JR.OAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. H COR. VERMONT AYE. CHAS. T. CAKT33B. OHAS. T- CA-ZRTIEIR 5c CO, BUILDERS',. CABINET, and GENERAL Z3I -A. IR, ID "W-A IR, El - AGENTS FOR THE BUFFALO STANDARD SCALE CO. BAY STATE LAWN MOWER. 606 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. and 607 B ST. N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. TEIiEPHON33 CALL, 04L. Great Slaughter Sale of Harness! BUGGY and IIOAD HARNESS. $20 Harness Reduced to $15 00. $25 Harness Reduced to $18 00. $30 Harness Reduced to $22 50. $35 Harness Reduced to $25 00. $40 Harness Reduced to $30 00. Iffai'iicss and Trunks Repaired at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

-; i -;k W Hi i w . 'j IT'S - l -! . " V--- 81 ?r$& 4MWmih .r-S?, ntilHv" '' Mrs. Harrison was the guest ol honor at the elegant luncheon given by the Countess Ester fcazy on Thursday. One of the most agreeable events of the "Woman's Natioual Council vrns the reception clven them by Mrs. Harrisou on Thursday. The guests, numbering about three hundred, were presented byMi6s "Wlllard to Mrs. Harrison and to the other ladies of the "White House, Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Russell Harrison, and Mrs. DJmmick. Baby McKee and. hi6 lovely little sister were also brought in by their nmse and added greatly to the pleasure of the visitors. The White Hou6e presented a most attractive appearance, all the State Tooms and con servatories being thrown open, and lighted and bright fires blazing on the hearths in manv of the rooms. Among those present "were Miss "Wlllard, Miss Anthony, Mrs. Sewnll, Mrs. Thorpe, of Cambridge; Mrs. Ole Bull, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Clymer, Miss Jennie Croly, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

lf," JSUPJiSSSS-JPf ' "W " THE SUK13JVY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1891. I5?' 13 1 I! V L. i SOCIETY CHAT. Commissioner Douglass gave n lmndsoino re ception on Tuesday evening at which the mem bers of tho District Committee of Congress were the gue6ts of honor. There was a largo attendanco of prominent public men and repre sentative citizens of tho District. The guests were received by Commissioner Douglass in tho east drawing-room. In tho library thoro was served a handsome collation of substantial and delicacies. Music from a string band stationed in tho upper corridor added to tho plcasuro of this elegant reception. A mong the man y eucsts wcro tk-nators .Harbour, Faulkner, Dolph, Stewart, Representatives Grout, Moore, Post, Atkinson, Burton, McComas, Mudd, Coggs wcll, Campbell, and Coleman, Mr. JustlcoGray, Judges Bradley nnd Bingham, lion. M.G.Emery, Samuel Norninut, Commissioner of Customs Ilolllday, Dr. lloyburn, II. L. West, Dr. Frank T. Howe, Henry Wise Garnett, A. A. Thomns,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

nf Tp wri'imai i ill 'Jtfr- ffl"KV Vfcv,,'' " 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1S91. I l I ! sj fcfl ! W J M , IN m lT1 m High Art in Shoemakin "7ILSON riLSON VILSON WILSON V7LSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON CARK CARR CARR CAHK CARR CAUH OARH CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAHU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU OARU CAUU CAUU CAUU OARU CAUU CAUU CAUU CAUU Pino Shoes for Gcutlomcn. Fino Shoes for Ladles. Fine Shoes for Boys. Fine Shoos for Girls. Fino Shoos for Chlldron Flno Shoos for Infanta. Recoptf on nnd Evening Wear Slippers and Oxfords. Satin Slippers in nil shades. Silk Slippers In all shades. Shade's Slippers In all shades. Kid Slippers in shades. Black Kid, Beaded and Bows. Patent Leather Shoes and Sllppors. Gouts' Patent Lcathtr Shoes. Slippers nnd Pumps. Wilson & Carr, 9...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

wwwws jifcfiH-r'iWT''1'' i&i tyyww&wwQV&w&f$4't THE SUNDAY HBRALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1. IS 91. 16 mmrnmHmmmmmm I m Wt&'&l W&k&trz for argam 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. BROOKS, 616 REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. A. RALPH JOHNSOH, ' !Real Estate, AND Insurance, 1306 3J1 .STfeEET. ' 303 Soveuth street southwest. CIO Four-and-n-Half street southwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEXJEN, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN MOKEIi, OFFICE, 1420 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Housoa Rented and Rents Collected -Fire Insurance Placed In Reliable Companies. fe3-lm0 j?L-JC 'AXaX 1415 P Streel, Member of Washington Stoclc Ex change. All local stoclcs and securi ties bought and sold. de8-lt IFOIR, S-A-XjIEJI The following nieces of IMPROVED COUN TRY PROPERTY, situated ab...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 March 1891

..- -- , -- j 5ja- i6 THE SUNDAY HKRA.ID. SUNDAY, MAKCH 1. 1S91. .J II "BAB" SEES BERNHARDT. . f II !' kj si ill ? I w o a o o-. n. tn CD CD 8 o O RBI M DAfflY FARM! Points of the Bcllvuc System: Each bottle contains its true portion of cream. Milk stored in dry refrigerator; not in tanks or foul water. ..Conveys the milk with least possible exposure to dairy room. Milk, when so desired, delivered same morning it is milked. No milk sold except what is produced at the Bellvue Dairy Farm. By means of aeration, all gases and odors are immediately removed. Milk at once cooled, bottled, and sealed; no one can skim the milk but the customer. Milk all bottled at the farm; no churning during transporta tion; no delivery from open cans. We ask all who are interested in obtaining fresh, clean, un adulterated milk to call at the X.AXR,Y, 1431 DP STREET TN". "W., for sample of milk and one of our elegant illustrated circulars. Visitors welcome at the farm. F .L.T ERRY, Superintendent. Importer....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

tP-yri i T r Hi r f r t i Jircft WLklig ll&iimmi iniUis? VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH S. 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 51 JTOuiBimB i j iiw . mil. ' 1 1' ri t-riTrnrTWrTTirnT,1r"a" ' ' ' """ ""' --- "-y -- &ht ttniai , M ONLY A TEMPORARY CHECK. TJNHESTBICTED ItECII'KOClTY Oil A CHANGE OF FLAG. Diverse Views of the EH'cut of the Itcccnt Cnuadlun Election Tho Govoriunont 1VI11 llavo a Good Working1 Majority Tin; Lut eat Hot urns. TonoNTO, March 7. Commenting on tho re sult o tho elections tho Empire, Conservative, Bays: "It is now possible, with somo approach to accuracy, though many returns arc still in definite and incomplete, to gauge tho extent of the great victory won by tho Conservative party on Thursday. It will bo found, boyond doubt, when the final results aro counted up, that tho ministry, in having a majority of about forty, is sustained by tho general voice of tho country and looks to no particular section for exclusive support. Tho opposition causo is lost, its force...

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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