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

;1T lO THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22. 1S91. NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT IS GOING ON IN SECRKT SO CIETY cmcuvs. Catardi Cure ONE CENT! Qj Gossip nml Personal A1)ut Masons nml Masonic Movements Work Among tho Itcchabitcs Tho Independent Or der of Mechanics ami tho Golden Cross The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodncs. Masonic. Templo Daw6on No. 10, Monday, 23d; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, Situ; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 2Gth; St. John's No. 11 Friday, 27th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 27th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 2Gth. Blue- . Room: Anninius No. 25, Monday, 23d; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Gcorgo C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 20th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 25, Monday, 23d. lioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 23d; Washing ton No. 2, Thursday, 20th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 27th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8, Tue...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 March 1891

, T i " " tv -rr-fH0,,TTf 4r TPIE SUNDAY HERALD.'SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1S91. 11 H H s CIRCLE MARKET. GALL AND SEE OUR d&FON CHICKENS, SMALL YOUNG- TTJBKEYS, PHILA. BY-PICKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE OUCUMBBES, BOSTON HEABEX LETTUCE, GOLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MARKET. TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, i ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LA&GE MUTTON CHOPS. OXJIl OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. s H GW YNNE, COU. VERMONT AYE. AND L ST. N. W. i&torTHnnw AMn nr u&fciAbnrnt Ynn caviV vJ'i.Sri siKi. H , . N'' o4n& iuftt IT! That trunk became from KNEKSisSsiKIi (bat .Slaughter Me of- Harness! RUflGY and ROAD HARNESS. $20 Harness Itecluccd to $15 00 $25 JIffr.uess Reduced to $1S 00 $30 Harness Reduced to $22 ISO $35 Harness Reduced, to $25 00 .$40 Harness Reduced to $30 00 Carriage and Coupe Harness. $35 Harness Reduced to $25 00 $4.0 Harness Reduced to $30 00 $45 Harness Reduced to $35 00 $50 Harness Reduced to $40 00 $65 Harness Reduced to $50 00 KInriiexs amd. Trnnks ...

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

1 l? , " -f 5ffc--Vvr .ulilW', Friday afternoon furnished about as bad a specimen of weather as even -volatile March ever produces, but no weather is over bad enough to keep a clever society woman at homo if there is an interesting bvent on the tapis to call her out. It was quite a good sized audience that greeted Mrs. John Sher wood at Belcourt, the beautiful residence of Dr. and Mrs. William A. Hammond, to listen to a well-digested, thought-out, and wrought out paper on "The Possibilities of the Ameri can Salon." The audience was highly ap preciative, not only of the lecture, but the beautiful interior "court" in which it was de livered. Dr. and Mrs. Hammond recolved the company, and quite a little preliminary social took place in advance of the lecture. Miss Amy Hare opened the exercises with two or three choice piano recitals from the Nor wegian Wedding Sone, while Miss Harlan rendered a couple of vocal solos most ac ceptably in her rich contralto voice. Mrs. Sherwood was the mo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 March 1891

TTHK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1891. 13 w H i SOCIETY CHAT. The residence of Mr John McLean Dodson wbb the scene of a very pretty home-wedding Inst Wednesday evening, the occasion being the marriage of his niece, Miss Henrietta Dod6on, and Mr. Cecil Morgan, of Macon, Ga., who Is a son of the late Dr. James Mor gan, and a brother of Dr. Carroll Morgan, of this city. ltov. Father John A. Chcstor of ficiated, and his remarks were very happy aud appropriate to tho occasion. Only the Im mediate members of tho two families wit nessed tho marriago ceremony, during which tho young couplo stood In tho bay window, which was decorated with lilies and palms. Tho brldo carried n bbquct of lilies ot tho valley, and woro a dress of white faillo Bilk, ornamented with laco and orango blossoms, tho bridal veil of whlto tullo being fastened buck by tho same flowers. Her only attendant was a beautiful Httlo maid of "honor, just seven years old, Miss Ruth Potts, a daughter of Ltout. Stacy Potts, ...

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

'J""5"l T , ,w - - k M. a 4 5 ? 2 ! fe Pi to, IH l 0 A o If j ." ' j .)' PETTICOATS IN CLUBS. "JSA1J" GIVES HEU EXPERIENCE AS A MEMBEH OF A WOMAN'S cr.uu. What Slio Thought Sho Would Find anil What Sho X'ound IIoiv Women Kim ix. Cluh What Thoy Do IScfore You and Iichind Your Uaclc Tho Women Yoxi Meet A Warning About Wo man's Cluhs A Venus-lilte Petticoat A Hint of Some Spring Styles A J.ovo of a liomiot The Latest Color,-, and Who Should Wear Tliem A Few Lenten Renunciation. Special Correspondence of Sunday Heuaw. Nr.w Yokk, March 20. Are you a believer iu woman's clubs ? I am not. Woman is not a parliamentary creature. She bees no reason Trhy the should not ".ass back" and grow per fconal any time the wants, and she has no hesi tation whatever in tolling of her committee work, of whispering around of who has and who has not been blackballed, and of showing that hhc herself is a very leaky vessel. I was talking with a woman the other day and she said this: "A year ago I was tempted ...

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

WrTf' 'f"'VTTt) TI w """" f I I XMK SUNEIA.Y HSJRALD. SUNDAY. MARCH" 22, 1S91. 15 I rJ SPRING THE MODEL 908 SEVENTH STREET NOETHWEST, HATS and PANTS We invite inspection of our large and elegant selection of SPRING PANTALOONS for Gentlemen. Special attention is directed to THE MODEL $$ PANTALOONS. The combined experience and skill of Cloth-buyer, Cutter, and Maker have produced a garment equal in every detail to Pants costing from 7.50 to $S when measured in a tailor shop. Take the following for a guide. We guarantee to sell you Pants fr $3' 5 that are of as good material, as well made and trimmed as any $5 Pants in the city. Don't let this slip your memory. We sell' Sweet, Orr & Co.'s Pants and Overalls for workiugmen. They are uuequaled for durability and comfort and are warranted not to rip. The custom of giving Easter presents is yearly growing in popu larity. We have made ample provisions in our Furnishing Department, and are now showing a beautiful line of Scarfs, Handkerc...

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

q ) lit. ?TWfiW Wf pBPffwvfl(J MiJiKtv. mr$ir-t ,4, 11 ft "V 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1891. 1 M M iv & j'. (1 ,1 9! w g C SPJi ssj bU Ut; 4 ' Ifr W. A. PIERCE & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO E. G. DAVIS,) A PROCLAMATION EXTRAORDINARY TO THE VEOl'LE, ANNOUNCING OUR GRAND EASTER CARNXVAXi OPENING, Commencing MONDAY, MARCH 23, and continuing throughout the entire week. Wo sin cerely trust that you will all attend this, our first spring opening, as wo extend to every one a cordial invitation. Our STORE will be in CARNIVAL DRESS with bright Colored Ribbons, Dainty and Filmy Laces, tastefully arranged aud draped together, garnished by Richly Jowolcd Passementeries and Dress Trimmings of various kinds, forming a most brilliant and attractive array of Spring Novelties and Styles. Enough of beauty represented hero to satisfy the most fastidious. We have spared no pains to make the decorations of our store as attractive as pos sible, and we feel quite sure that you will be amply ...

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

Vjaj yi r r V tftWftW W J f -f -1 V" fjpr ti nf r,,Wf if VisH ..?ri?i-.SAJlrf 'WWW- i Jittfr 3&K$ttig U&titfnad utlli$tttxi SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1S91. PAGES 17 TO 24: SSrffW A MODEL INSTITUTION. WnAX THJ3 EQUITAUIiK C. B. ASSO CIATION HAS DONE. Its Remarkable Growth and Present Vcll-I)cBorvcl Prosperity How It Operates nntl the Inducements It Of fers to Investors nncl Those Who Want to liny llomcs. It Is now nearly eleven years since the Equi table Cooperative Buildiu'e; Association was incorporated in this city. During that period the organization has rapidly and steadily de veloped until now it is one of the most sub stantial and flourishing companies of the char acter in the country. Iu order to more fully illustrate the enormous and well-deserved growth of the Equitable, it may not be amiss to herein quo.te from the com pany's published lists of assets the past ten years: First year, November, 1880, $63, 754.79; second year, November, 1881, $121, 073.20; third year, Novembe...

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

'Br TTf 1$ J 5Pjt i w-f'Wtf K,'! ff'WfwWff.BTty'"lVira p -w" !- n ;!"" ip)y 8 IS THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22,1891. rTTTTT. ! 3 'i ;. 5 i J '4 - i m t& m '& u rt Kf A M TOWN AND COUNTRY. TUE 1'I.KASURKS AND DRAWBACKS OtT SUBURBAN I.TV13. Thoy Aic Volntcil Out in nn Kntortnining Jlnnnor by atr. Bcnjnmln How Washington Tooplo Scatter In Sum mer. Tho rcnl estate market Is opening onco more to some Bort of activity. Tho past few months havo experienced something of a lull In tho traffic of real property, hut to find tho causo ono must look beyond tho question of supply and demand. It must be considered that December, Januaryand February aro alwayB the dullest months for Washington real ostato for which tho reasons aro both natural and established. December follows tho semi-annual tax period and is tho great holiday month of tho year, when tho attention of busi ness men is given up to tho traffic of tho mer cantile world to the exclusion of everything else. They have not t...

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

s -iWswuewwwe"- & 'wwfyfPf"1 nwinmHn1i4Hi1.nr)iiWIMijyi'"'t'-nMy''y? THE) STJN3DA.Y HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 22,1891. 19 -&&--. i THE SPRING IS NEAR. AND THE IUJAt. E TA113 MARKET Tho UhuuI "Wlntr Dullness Giving "Way t Ronowotl Activity Good I'rospecls of u Busy Sonson Features of tho Market. There nro many popular notions and falla cies about, suburban life which result In more or less disappointment or misunderstanding on the part of those who have just entered upon that kind of life or who contcmplnto doing so. That life in tho suburbs of a great city has many phases peculiar to it goes without say ing. That the blessings aio mixed with evils is also true. In making a change from city to Btiburban life one should bo able to sec both sides of the picturo painted In such glowing colors by tho suburban real estate agent. In its favor should bo mentioned the pure air aud water that one usually fails to find in a large city, aud which certainly arc found in most of tho many b...

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

5i5aWiaiti;BJ"ife',jig ar'WH"iiiWjBniiu,wjwwnmn.n ttr?,!,!, ,, wummwmjii iimiip jjV i 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1S91. ffgMlrtftj Wt' I ! 1 1 "Ufff jmj I) I, ivy A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL. Till: KIGGS LIUllARY OF GF.OKGK TOAVN COliljJ'OK. The L,arco library Hall rittcd Up nnd Decorated In the Most Artistic man ner A Description ot the Unmlsomo Uall. The numerous nnd valuablo collection of books belonging to Georgetown College is about to bo removed to tho library just pro pared for their reception in tho now building This library is tho gift of Mr. E. Francis Riggs, nnd is a memorial -of his father and brother, Georgo W. Riggs and T. Laurason Riggs. The history of this library will bear telline, as the story has never appeared in print. It was during tho period that Father Ilealy was president of the colli'go that tho magnificent building that now eladdens tho oyo was planned and erected. Father Ilealy selected the largo room 1n tho southeast corner of tho bulldiug, occu pyin...

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

u --trrXT sS: -vnwfpistwws, vwo-mwif '! -. -.-. , r THR SUNDAY' HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1891. 21 WwUtaUM SI vl i "i m ' i1 ",( i I HINTS TO RENT-PAYERS. A lTow Facts That "Will 1 urnlsli FoimI for Thought. People generally aro beginning to realize how easy it is in these days to secure a home. Con ditlons have changed greatly in the past ten years, and it is no longer tho rich man only who can feel a'6enso of security under his own roof. Men and women of every station are figuring on this question, and arc invariably counting as lost the 6iims upon sums which, small In themselves, have followed each other in almost countless numbers into tho pockets of the land lord, enough to buy a homo several times over. Thanks to the building associations, tho trust companies, the builders, aud the reputable real -estate dealers, tho time is when any man of modcrateincomc may turn his rent in tho direc tion where it will eventually make him tholord of his domicile. "Why more of tho rent-payers...

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

iio.liiihiliiiii'll'utfiiiiii''li'i''''' ''!' IWm M.-iWwWtwiKgj'nixialiirtiiJ'l-1"' VCJtF.h - n v - - f ne .?"'?'. i:i Tsr-t . t ist" TlffjrV H3ST - Et t.' 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22. 1S91. SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT :JPtaht$ttgt $atjocvitfcnjg. Jixnfcngt sttvittSng SU-jCljritjStffo ENCOURAGING SIGNS OP THE USUAL SPRING ACTIVITX. A. M. GORMAN, VulW moatert. &cnHei'H' o" i? & i is.- V " Hi An Interesting Talk on the Subject "With Mr. A. HI. Gorman The Growth or Tnkoma Pnrk Activity In Other Sub trbnn Towns mill Subdivisions A cordial greeting was extended Tub IIeiiaid's representative ns lie entered tbo real estate ofllec of Mr. A. M. Gorman, COS Thirteenth street, northwest, in search of news in real estate circles. "Yes," replied Mr. Gorman, in response to the reporter's iuquiry, "my time is well occupied, shaping my busi ness preparatory for the Increased activity which the spring brings about, as well ns with the normal demand at this time of the year, but I can alw...

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

m",,i!ftrfffcv THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 3VIARCI-I 22, 1S91. wttiww 111 llllllJIIUIIWIWWI11WtWi. y BU1IjINO notes. iteti fejt&frs HsJtev nxixwtmz& 3!Jsicxstirjc::i INSUBE I XNSUKE itt 1 l A. Uehrcucl hna buon given a permit to erect si 35,000 business building nt S21 Seventh street northwest. The plans were mnrtc by Architect Genmtillcr. Architect Frederick B. Pylo has made plans for a stone dwelling for William E. DoWitt at Glen Echo Heights; it will bo two stories, cel lar, and attic, 32x45; cost, $5,000. Edwin Baltzloy will have a 6tono residence built nt Glen Echo Heights from plans by Ar chitect Victor MindelofC; it will bo two stories and cellar, 40x50; cost, $7,000. A uew set of working plans for the proposed Emergency Hospital is being prepared in tho ofllec of tho District Inspector of Buildings. Proposals for the construction of tho hospital will be opened about March 1. Architects Hornblowcr and Marshall have plans for a residence for Mr. Charles J. Bell which bu...

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

yMWW-- """"""'" ' '"'""" imnwii &,?&& tn'nvi.tiaKw.mm!mr " ""if- Jtll T i-Mt "M :rJ -- ' -- 4i t--4--rilf4j.,5Sii5af., tW " ir r f - ' v""$m'tfmtmm-' nn lilt v 2-4 THK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1S91. f'-l fc I 5 n Real lSstato Transfers. Deeds in fee havo been filed ns follows dur ing tbc pasi week : J. F. Wnggamnn to J. M. llendcrsou, lotsl to 8, block 38, Wesley Heights, $1,350. M. I. Wellcr to P. P. WUkorson, part 5, square 840, $2,150. P. P. WllkersontoW.il. McFnddln, half In terest In above, $1,075. Commissioners District of Columbia to F. J. Shadd, lot 0, section 7, Barry Farm, $ . Mattlo Polk to G. F. Pyles, part 3S, section 4, do., $150. Commissioners District of Columbia to Ed win Q. Lang, sub 40, squaro 010, $ . Ira J. Baker to L. M. Chilton, lot 2, block 23, Langdon Park, $ . Joseph Scott to Story B. Ladd, part bquaro 553,$. T. Taylor to A. B. Williams, part 23, Reser vation C, $3,000. Part do., $3,000. A. B. Williams to Harriet Collins, part do., $1,50...

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

SYIL JVitfr 3$&&klig ffitxtixxm&l ntjtlljQnKic VOL.. XXVI. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, MARCH: 29, 1891. 24: PAGES'. NO. 1 'I it 'I ffl MR. TAULBEE'S THREATS. WII.Ii THMY ME ADMITTED IN EVI DENCE IN KINCAID'S TKIAT ? V Tho Court Taken This Highly Important Question Under Consideration Far mer Stlllmnn Given Some Strong Tcb tlinony Tor tho Defense. The sixth day of tbo Klncaid trial was marked by the largest attendance since the trial opened, many ladies being present. The day was marked by two interesting features, the introduction of a new witness for tho defense, a farmer from Alleghauy Couuty, N. Y., whose version of the shooting was entirely different in mnuy points from that of other eye-wltuesses; and tho raising ot an interesting question of law, the admissibility of threats, implied or written by Taulbeo against Kln caid. Tho latter question was not settled, as the court adjourned without giving a decision. The first witness whr Mr. V. H. Stlllman, of Alleghany CountyN. Y....

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

3Bf JlSSIMI--tf-," )!l4' mn.vm)'"tji'i-w'"i" Ljn,iiiiiVWliniiiftftW ' " ""i"1 " 4, , MJ a - -.. t! ,.-- --' T n ' . -.. .ww.,..' , jjJMJj 8WI!iyi,U.''ilWifiBftif)pimiiiiiiiiii ioihwwi'wimwiii " niw "Mixm . ... i! ta WwmwwKifKii ii"i i ' " " "- l'H'irfilTT f fl'T - -n - 8 1 a i t 2 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1S91. t v t 8 V fc fc 'at te-v i-i BADWBATHER FOR BALL. TUB WRKK'S 1'IASS DISARRANGED 11 Y TIIK STOKMS. Sensible Talk from Manngor Trott About tbo Now National Club Gen eral llasc-bitll and Atltlotic News of the Week. Tho 6tormy weather of tho past week has disturbed tho plans of tho National Boso.Ball Club considerably, and It is not llkoly thoy will play a itamo hero tho present week, though 80Tcral nrc scheduled. Tho game set for noxt Tuesday with tho Boston American team has been declared off for tho present, as Manager Trott Is convinced that it would bo imposslblo to get the grounds In shape. Tho club has played one game so far, last Thursday In Bal timore, when t...

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

THE SajJDV'MKRAJlLlDSUKlDAV.lAReH 29.189a. "ty- r IN CONCERT AND DRAMA. NOTKI) riiAYKltS, S1NGKHS, ANII IN STItUMKNTAMSTS TO Al'l'EAIt. The KcihIuIh at llio National, McCuull Opera Cotnruiny at Albuughs, and L.ovy anil Hcluirwcnka at tlio Academy of Music Municnt and Stage Goxftlp.JI Tho tnembers of the original ra6t of "The Old Homestead" must look to their laurels, for tho road company which did the piece nt Albaugu'B Grand Opera House last week gave a performance that would be quite difllcult to excel In general merit. Tho "Old Home stead" Is one of those charming pictures of New England rustic life drawn as true to na ture as It 1b possible on the stage. Even those of tho audience who have never actually minded in the simplicity of life portrayed in this play seem to know by some sort of intui tion that Joshua Whilcomb, Aunt Matilda, Scth Perkins, Cy Prime, and Eh Gauzy are living characters prototyped for the stage with few exaggerated frills or follleB, and herein lies the gre...

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

tTty T TTiiTitiiiiiiiiiiriiaiiifaiiiitiiri'irriiiiiiii iii vi "n " -n...?.! ,-m. ,. . , - jt wwww .-uva . . .w -,Tiuviuw.iilniWiirranr ,r'BB5WWtrtK(jrW,tJF w Fw -tj 'Anifi- -i j-j $ THE SUNDAY. HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 29, IS 91 flJ ( " ii u Ul . AS i ' N a & j M W I M i ii 1 n i,- i r i"s--i F AND OBcciHg Qtaftonaf 3nfcfftgcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHES 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1SS6. 3Entorcl at (ho Tost Ofllco nt Washington, X. C as Second-class flatter. a, . n. soirr,:, ) ..Vroprlctors. a Editorial anil Publication Oniccn South west Cor. lltli amlSt. X. W. This Is the ilny on which the sun indulges In its spring ghost-dance. There seems to bo a good clmnco that the Northwestern Indians will follow suit shortly. The letter-carriers of the country are here after to bit arrayed in suits of a more pro nounced shado of blue than those they now -wear. The new shade is no doubt adopted to lndtc.it o ivxternally the feelings of the carriers over the way their c...

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

t,-.,.,!.--. , . .rl THE SUNDAY HKRAJvD, SUNDAY. MARCH S9.1S91. TOWN TALK. In This Issue nppeurs tho advertisement of Mr. John S. Cissel, -who hns purohnscri tho old and well-kuown grocery establishment or Mr. 'W. II.H. Cissel. 1014 Seventh street northwest. Mr. J. S. Cissel hnvlnu hnd from ten to twolvo years' experience in the bUBlncss under the di rect supervision of hl8father,Mr.W.H.H.CIssol, makes him thoroughly competent to carry on the business with the promptness nnd regu larity tlint was tho secret ot his lather's suc--ces3. Tho strict business Integrity of tho fathor has been Inherited by tho son, und we do not hesitate in sayintr that tho same success in business attained by tho father will also follow the son. He is ambitious, (so was Ciusur.) but how different their positions and avocations. Grcely said, "Go West, young man, but our young friend. John S., wild, "No, I will mako a Buccess of It hero in Washington," and with tho determination ol young America has made the...

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