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

jiKfiH?4!u'.wm'V '. . JBf ;r a - BSE S Ju-iu'JJ.lWiot.JMwfc-aT " SFW,!$33'jf iir Z2?ase&s.!i f.ir. '?. ,, A 3!Cii: ?.'.'. JK3'3Srr T sRjsoawasiwwttsl!lK (T 6 THB SUKVB'te'RALD, SUNDAYv.MARGH 29. l&yi. aiXiJli rr4- vt u4 U to ' I If ' II. If" h V l ft, - 1. 1 PER STORY. How Mrs. Sykcs Met the Kaiser nt Cowes. The Duke aud Duchess of Bcaumondc were about to receive the German Emperor nt their villa nt Cowcs, ami Mrs. Sykcs hail set her heart upon going. Not only was this to bo the most superb event of the Cowes season, but a period hail now arrived In the career of Mrs. Sykcs at which she felt that In ono form or another it was imperative that she should meet royalty. For two years ever since, in fact, Mr. Sykcs had converted himself, as he tised to express it, from a tradesman to a gcu tlcman, by belling Sykcs's Sonp Substitute to a limited company Mrs. Sykcs had been steadfastly manoeuvring herself into society. By reason of her husband's enormous wealth, and her own not ove...

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

Jmmipm.viKJM. : -WSW1K nr -n - i ,irr-TfTrfniinriiiim 1rg-tirr'r '(' -JK' r - - , THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 29. ISRi. BUSTLING ALEXANDRIA. TUK WAGE-WOniCKUS PKItPKCT THEIR VX.ANS OF DKVKI.01,fllKNT.. 'Tho City Council llolplng Alone tlio Iloom A Proposed Now 1'loltlo l'no tory Increased Kallroad. Facilities Tho Now Steamers Ileal Estuto. Alexandria, Va., March 28. Monday evening the odjonrned mooting of tho wage workers was held and stops taken toward effecting a permanent organization. Tho minimum limit of stockholders was placed at one hundred, and Mr. Gcorgo Evans and John H. Stridor were appointed to solicit sub scribers. Jn a few minutes tho number was mado up. Then tho chairman appointed a committee o! ten to draw.up tho by-lawa and iprocuro a charter. Upon tho suggestion of Mr. Foltz tho chairman decided to appoint ono wage-worker In every shop and factory In tho city to solicit subscribers among his f ollow workmen. Mr. Rlshiell Informed tho mooting that ono party was...

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

"W l4tlto4wM,j HlWMiAinif f I'WaT -""' 3m atesrativfw ' x,? - ;a- aw - ''.w:i,,1-wjMwwiwti-.'awiw ,wt wtfeA tZZ z&Bt&i Vl(f,j! i - fc .j .- - ' II I i-"f 'iit-t r i'i.i-i in (.u, - il. i r, htfMfNWWkl I, V 'fi VSL . if ! t ff', fr. t .1 .' u a i V' 11 r n .l 3 Pi V W m gglJ MMMi s riri SUNDAY-HERALD, SUNDAY, IVIARCFI 29, 1S91. WE jfLJtiJbi 60111 TO :. . avi-. OUR PRESENT QUARTERS, TWELFTH AND P STREET . e. $ 'K 1'. KNOWN AS Hi! ; ""V.. .'; ((1. ,, i , ji" -( P' Just as Soon as Our Immense Stock i .v Ut A ';. i : t v . ;,? "WIS ZMZZE-AJST -; ,- '.."Vi To flood the city of Washington and surrounding country with the GBEATEST BARGAINS that any legitimate concern retiring from business could shower upon you. - , "WIE RBSBE,YB ' Nothing, as we have no future in view only to dispose of our stock. , . .. .i 4 -; .,';. !' AAA1- fr-,,:--j-r?wz r',,, 1.- !',"',, ,? ; f-v,? 'V . .i1 'v . v Is comparatively a new line of goods. Everybody is invited to partake of this Feast of BargaiiiSi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

to - -.--, -... in p i pi ii audi ..4 iiium nyiHimpLJiw lUiiAVWU'TOmPIV 4awyiilpiiipijiwiu.iiitt h.iihm"h "-! yviji'i"';"ii","'g"'' PV"trj''i'j"'i'yiM'1'1" ,..,i.,..i-iii .iWirlHlvliU)'i,tJifrSli?iMlii i.r3,mri$Hiiff'rmt'ntttiL! i,t,lwmWWtl1t'lr1i?Fe't -r-ia!-"!- (tVMlpWfBP CjSrlr W Jiti& 3HSkl:g Slstiiatt&i liiU$gtttt ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MARCH 29,1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE MAN TJIEY WANT. WASHINGTON GIllX' TJGLIi WHAT A nUSIIAXD OUGHT TO UK ANB DO. ScnrcstaryRusU'i Daughter on tho Sou or tho EiVoto East As to tlcptrtmeut CIork-Chlor Justice Fuller's Daugh ter TollK of Her Ideal-Miss Minnie Wanauialcor Gives u Practical Talk as to Moa and Mar lago-Tho Uarpot Knicrhtsof Washington and tlio Ideal Man Miss Marjjarot Kontin on Her Father The .Spicy Vowh or Miss tTcaiinic Winn tern. The man wo want 1 This is the subjectthat fills the souls of the girls of to-day. Wo nil uxpect to uinrry at some time. .Wo all have our man pictured out, and though we may not have sseu him yet in ilesli ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

j"--W"JM33nUMXSygeiiiJiwMljuiftw( 1ww)iMilu8M,iitjiif5EBfes! it .. . . . , ran., zona.. .; ...- . -.-. - t - ?- a .y ,-; -.-. rx- ra-JWAiaw.'WiBirairjiasa!w-j. i .-w t3'-'j1. JSf -, "orMur "1"IWW(mMii ". W HP.WW V3J 'MW''MS'WtfllNil(iBiilla,...wtfTiiMfnitfVUaywy ft i 'HI m .." V K 'I 14. 13 O A PRETTY WOMAN WITH AN 35ASTER 3JONXET AND MAN OFWHOMSHEIS FOND A Is "Bab's" Iiloa of as Happy a Creature as Lives Different Ideas of a Good Time The Easter Gown and Bonnet Some New York Men "Who Ought to Ba Framed How Master Brides Will XooU. Special Correspondence of The Hehald. New Yokk, March 27. There is sunshine somewhere and music and ilowers for to-day, and. as a natural sequence, there is the Easter bonnet. I think a woman with a becoming Easter bonnet on, walking with a man of whom she is fond, is about as happy a creature as there is in this world; and for that reason one of the few rlirhts that I claim for woman kind is the Easter bonnet. Give it to her, fath ers and husbands, even ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

nr j.., ..-I TTAHfllWM!!,!!! ,WWHHI H ,! l ,!. IH t HWUft' XMJE SUNDAY HERALD, SUN:D'AY,.MARCH 29. 1SW1. f7wljwiti Mural & Brn NO. 24S P. B. DliAB CORSETS FOR$1.9S. A special closine out of No. P. D. Drab Cor sets. Tbo price all over for this rollnblc cor set $2.50. Our price for closing out the few wo have will bo $1.03. Is your size In this lot ? 30 altogether. In sizes as follows: 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 23 29 80 "352348 15031 Remember in Drab only. The Whlto rcmnins tbo Rceular Price, $2.50. A few C. P. slightly soiled Corsets to bo sacrified. Tbo "Venus," tbo regular $3.23 make, tbo few tbnt are soiled will uo sold for $2.50. Sizes asfollowB, 21 In nil: 13 10 20 21 24 25 20 27 23 i 12 3 122532 Tbls is an decant opportunity to buy a C. P. Corset bolow tbo price. In Medium-priced Dress Goods wo present to your notlco tbrco special Interesting Fabrics of Domestic Manufacture. Gilbert's All-wool Suitlns in Blue, Gray, Brown, and Green, 30 Inches wide, at 29c. A new lino of, clo...

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

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

jAua. H'-vi& r "" fM - U (-" H twMMM- THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 29. 1891. 13 ittU nttfc ift? x-.. . .U-l.tM K r SOCIETY GHAT. TUo marriage of Mr. Richard A. Whitting ' ham and Miss Bessie Rutherford is to tako place in Epiphany Church on Thursday nt noon. Tho bride's dress is of ivory-white eatlu, with trimmings of mousseliuo do . solo and lilies of tho valley. Shi' will cany u prayer-book, the bridal gift of the Rev. Richard Wbittingbam.. of Baltimore, who is tho father of tho groom, and who will perform the ceremony. Tho maid of honor, Miss Bessio Young, or Troy, N. Y., and the four bridesmaids will wear demi-traincd dresses of faille, with tulle overskirts and brocaded jackets and largo hats. Miss Young will woar whitf, Miss Fannie Rice, lavender; Miss Laura Rice, graj; Miss May Brenner mnn, yellow, and Miss Louiso Whittinghani, Nile green. Tho dressed arc all made alike, tho only difference bclug in th6 (Solor. Tho bride's bouquet will bo of lilies of tho valley, and t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

nifiWMititffcWllNKMi.HWWitf H&Qtf WMt & &f '',,'2""T!E -iKfcr.r.w,4vi-il,!KVw .-.. K, ..at. jr . t rita SWA - " ' - -- k '" :TT -.iW3i :--Wsfcls,?v m -'' -vtflWJWii'iH- HMWW "i TME SUNDAY HERALt), SUNDAY, MARCH 29. 1S91. uwawtwat1 r t, , Catarrh Cured, ONE CENT! mymmmotymmmnuu iiiiimi mm. ! I-S.' 1 V I 1 1 1. i I ft f', 5? hi 7 LP' li ' Infl r? NEWS OF THE LOD&ES. MANY MATT15RS OF INTEKKSX TO MKMliEKS OF THK FRATEKNITIKS. Fnst Master Hall's Thirty-third Masonic llirtluliiy Extinguishing and Itcllght Ing the lights Notes of the Golden Cro-ss, Itcclmliitcs anil Independent Mcchanicsi The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple AVashlucton Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 1st; La Fayette - 10i Thursday, 2d; Leba non No. 7, Friday, 3d. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary. Cathedral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 1st. Blue-Room: Colum bia No. 3, Wednesday, 1st. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

-.. 4 . 4 A-4.twitWt--JHfK,itifytfVt- , - --f HIMll I) I nt t "uvw gl'P!l''","''"'iyit'Vi')wai.WTl?'"""' ? f "' 'nn.'in.rn.' m'UM .'"j,i'" jftf- -- i "rH'wwi --i - - f- TrtE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAR&H 29. 1.S.S1. THE MAN THEY WANT. riiv .- -V Ihughter BUGGY and ROAD HARNESS. ,$20 Harness Reduced to $15 00 $25 Harness Reduced to $1S 00 $30 Harness Reduced to $22 50 $35 Harness Reduced to $25 00 $40 Harness Reduced to $30 00 fireat Harness and Trunks Repaired at Short Notice. ' A LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS AT KNEESSI'S, GALLEEIES 1217 F STREET. McELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 PENff A. AVENUE. ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES. jksvrs? :ij c tt :es iii a x is s. PICTUItB FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory, and in all Muds of Hard Wood. REG1LDING iG OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS CLEANED, RESTORED, AND SHED. PICTURES HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHORT NOTICE. VARNISHED OWEN Merchant Tailor, dor. N. Y. Ave. and Tenth St. oc3(5-9...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

jgjgjgjjrtertBlitt .Jtgz,r. 1 y WMrtMm5iBKiJKiWa'!rt' ' . ft r v . -.- . wIsvm4 f-A ,... - -- - ...--w--"--i;y'i"v'""'t;1 y;," '" ' "' "). 16 THE SUNDAY EERALD,,SUNDAY, IVLARCKC 29, IS 91. I A' II IV' 1 i f t . I ki VJ LOCAL STOCK MARKET. T1IK HUSIXKSS OJ? TUG WEEK TTAS FAIRLY GOOD. Xnrgo Dealings In Gns Stock A Kleins Inrliet in Grnphophone Good Show ing for Lincoln Hank Metropolitan Rnilrontl and Columbia ltnnk Stock Advancing. Although the business of the local stock board was Interrupted by the omission of the usual "call" on Good Friday, theshoAvlug for the week Is a very fair one. The transactions iu Washington Gas stock were unusually large. The sales aggregated G23 6hares. One block of 500 was taken at 44 by a buyer thoroughly acquainted with tho present and future value of this property. It may be safely remarked that never before has tho stability of this stock been so thoroughly established. About thirty-seven scparato attempts to obtain n charter for an opposition compan...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

VtSSI'"- ... .W.--... .. ir. wtfilii.li-fclttirt--' - , .i,M.ii.i',L.i,i. jwwwyi'li'gnmBftW''l-' w'"''"W"W " " ""yA'iww'ww';p,', - . V . y.wJ JUsfr 3Ufcl:g Hatinal lttiU0fcafc. I ' . SUNDAY, MARCH 29,1891. PAGES 17 TO 24 A NOTABLE SUCCESS. HISTORY OF THE WASHINGTON BEN 13FI0I At ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION What Careful lint KntorprlBlng JUanago lnont Has Dodo for a Local Assessment Insurance Comimny-Tlio Growth of the Institution. It is now thirteen yeavs since the Washing ton Beueficial Endowment Association, of No. 410 Tenth street northwest, was organized. As the years have passed the association has grown until it is to-day one of the most pros perous assessment companies in existence. The first plans, on which the association was built, wore prepared in 1S75, but not until 1877 were they placed in operation. In that year a charter was secured and the association was organized with the following officers and di rectors: Dr. K. B. Donaldson, President; ltobert Ball, Vice President; Nob...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

,4JJWMiJMWMQIliPfcftM' " ' (&!-, 3Ii.v mi1 7 - -j. t. "?" i-. v V -5 - - -v- v' V.-- 'TiW i-f t- -MT'T'- 'MMI." frtfEWUl lU-gT'HI"1 &pyiajfffiitfrti'iirMiiinn'iOTiTiirlrwMB k THE SUNDAY 'HEfeALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1891. is 'HJi fll iilliTI&mfiHMi I i iv- L M I! i t METZEROTT HALL. THE HANDSOME STRUCTURE TO BE ERECTED ON TWELFTH STREET. Wnshhicton to Have Whnt It 11ns Long Needed, a Truo Music niul Convention HallThe IMans Prepared by Tnvn, NacfTit Co., tho Architects. The want of n hall for large musical enter tainments is felt more anil more in "Washington as the city increases in population and devel ops artistically. A want -which is still more Icccnly felt is that of a hall for conventions and large meetings of any kind. "Washington is rapidly becoming a convention centre, and lor years it has been evident that a largo con vention hall was a necessity. The enterprising firm of "W. G. Metzerott & Co. now proposes to meet the demand for such a hall. The plans of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

t u. -lM'"-ti?W', "M1" a -. TPIB SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 29,1891. 19 THE FALSE AND ABSURD. A Lecture on the Vices of Modern Archi tecture. Tho following aro 6omo extracts taken from a lecture delhcrcd by Mr. Walter Dickeon before tho Department of Architecture In Brooklyn recently, and printed In tho Archi tecture and Builder, of Now York: Whether the study of architecture makes men good men, or good 'ntdn'iliettoriinen, wo aro not here to say. We do know, howovor, that the works of ancient mastors abound with dissertations on truthfulness. It is tholr favorite theme, tho beginning and ending of all thoir treatises. As truth underlies uprightness and honesty wo look for it in all things which aro beauti ful and which aro to stand tho test of time. It is an inviolable principle pervading tho universe Itself, and wo expect in tho compo sitiou of a perfect building that symmotry in appearance and solid integrity which wo look for in our beau-ideal of an elegant and majestic man or...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

T1 KyiJS,H5wwwii " ;iw!yatei5iMm ' Jur., fe-0.aot2CssiSs';lS?'.v iJ-A?.:i'.aBittj--.,ai''s,a!W-iii''a si- '''' i '-- y jl s a .c;-'"- .r:s CUT .! "TKJ-ClWtelSS!Y.JaBlai r n TPiK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY..MARCH 29, 1891. o f THE BUILDERS' EXCHANGE $tel SStltfrC: ilixtUljtVSi Pteitl ?&Sittife $H:SXjfcX?S;- M&&1 l&st&tfe fflL&ixt&x:si v ITS KAriD GROWTH AI) AKKA.T USKFUI.XKSS TO MKMDKRS. Its Now Home on Thirteenth Street to Mo Occupied In .Tuno A Permanent Kx lilbltlonofltullillnB Materials Al'ro poscd Inrtustrinl School for Hoys. The history of the Builders' Exchange. of Washington, though hricf, is iuterestlng. Its nrowth 1ms been phenomenal. On the 13th of July, 1S89, about eighteen months ngo, the exchange was incorporated with a membership of less than twenty-five. Since then the mem bership has increased so.rapidly that now there arc no less than two hundred ami fifty full members, and applications arc almost daily filed. 'When we leased the building on G...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

'$? tlff. -qr Tr;J .- u VK.,P4 ..,. --r-f-r'''..,e.j ryrwiwn ' THK SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1S91. 21 REAIj ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds in fee have been filled as follows dur ing the week: J. H. Marr to I). A, Snow, undivided hnlf lot 7 and part 8, square TIM). . Waller E. Wright to J. M. While, sub. 183, square 444, .$ . Washington Heal Estnto Company to Ellza beth L. Duillcj', lots (58 and 70, square 0S0, $2,458. Ktuio C. Vidul, tniBtcc, to Sarah Ann Diggs, parts 23 and 24, square 518, $ . J. L. Inglb to K. II. Ingle, lot 7, square 835, Mary E. Vrccmnn to W. H. Woodward ct al., lots 14 to 10, $ . B. L. Walker to 11. M. Bell, lots 10 to 29, square 1034, $ . Annie II. i'nngborn to S. II. Bacon, lot 1)4, C. B.'ft sub. of Mount Pleasant, .3.7G2. Joseph Paul ct nl. to F. II. Muckcy, lots 3 and 4, block 10, Lo Droit Park, $ . W. T. Dolllson to II. L. Irvine, sub. lot 2fl, block 5, same property, $ . J. T, Mcintosh to O. M. Bryant, part 2, square 410,$. James Bennett to 1. V. Hough, pa...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

" w l inrawiminripi'm' pm . j "? uiaMa MliWUlti hilWtWIll'il ' Vi,i.iX- S - t-.4" f-- - " " $ fW4 ?-i:'3ftli)ttiniriiiiwiiwMiMiiilriniTaWtCteiMWteg , ,, tK r v dfi'Bf3pLlfc 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 29. 1891. EfiL22 t r ? . j b: REALi ESTATE NOTES. 0. P. Stono lins purchased for $4,500 of II, Lloyd Irvine sub. iJO, block 5, Lc Droit Pnrk. Byron Christmon lins bought for $S,500 of M. Locb parts F anil Q, square 373, 30 feet 2 inches on I, between Ninth and Tenth streets. G. F. Scott has bought for $0,000 of J. 0. Johnson part 51), sout If grounds Columbia Uni versity, fronting 30 feet on Stoughtou street. V. N. Stiles has bought for $7,500 of E. G. Schafcr sub. 35, square SO, 16 by G2.17 feet on Twenty-first, between F ami G streets north west. P. L. Brooke has bought of W. P. Hickman for $0,500 part 12, square 101, fronting 24 feet on Twenty-first, between II and I streets north-west. Robert Proctor has bought for $10,200 of J. lartin Proctor part 34, squaro 375, 24x25 fee...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 March 1891

THE SU,NDM';HfeRALD,SUNDAY( MARCH 29, 1891. S3 FLOURISHING SUBURBAN TOWN &rtsftxvsmj& 3$&rXimr "VVIlon IIolghtB, Kensington, nnrt Others On the Lino of tho 11. mid O. Messrs. En6terdny it Ilaulctnnn, of 008 F si reel, lmvo plnns completed for three benuti ful cottnges to be erected at "Wilon Heights," Highland Station, Bnltimore ami Ohio Rnil road. They will have six rooms with largo halls and spacious porches, the whole to bo llnishcd in an artistic manner. These cottages arc only a few of tho number that this enter prising real estate firm will erect in this de lightful and rapidly-improving subdivision tlifs season. Tills is the property Messrs. Eastcrday & Ilaldcman took charge of and managed in June of last year, and though a year has not yet passed the lots have all been sold, and this season will bo devoted to the erection of many lovely cottages. Tho same ilrm are also general managers of Kensington Park, and by their good work have managed to inako the name ...

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

.-efclttt0-1",l,i," WWERWSHgSSSCy w-i-Mitit' t.iv- Vrifci. "i 'V -wU!Ofct'W 'HHWtMft $e ! td "w'f "any I t A, ft 2- THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1891. hv- m 1 f w & i THE MARKET IS HEALTHY. rUltCUASKKS "WI'.liE J1ADK TllkUl) MY Till! FlNANClAli'DKl'KHSSlOX. Uut Tlint Has lmctl Away "Without Squeezing Any One-A Talk "With Mr. AVino "What Otlior Dealers Say On the. General Situation. Mr. L. D. Wine, of the firm of B. II. War ner & Co., snys the real estate business is healthy. A great many sales arc being mtule at prices largely above those paid one year ago. "Purchasers," said he, "have until recently been just a little timid, on account of the financial depression through which wo have just passed. But as nobody seems to have been squeezed, (as many investors were look ing for and expecting,) and as the bull-dogs which for a time were placed at the entrance of our banks have all been muzzled or re moved, capital is again circulating freely and seeking investment in r...

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

- "" " '.. - s "" I V- t' ' I ibi ifc. Jtaxfr 3ffi)efel Sl&iixxn&i ltrttl$;et)Ci ,' VOL.XXV1. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 5,1891.-24: PAGES. NO. 3 (i 4! Hi f W THREE SICK JURORS. AN EMRARRA8BING DELAY IN TI1E KING All) Till At. Juror Mlddleton Is In a Rad Wiiy with Pneumonia and May Re Unable to Do Duty on Monday Jurors Hoover aud Durcy Quite 111. A curious 6tato of affairs exists In the Kln cald trial on account of the illness of tbrcc of the jurymen, Messrs. Mlddleton, Darcy, and Hoover. Unless there 1b decided Improvement In their condition by Monday the situation will become very porplexlng. On Thursday Juror Middloton, who Is a colored mau, com plained of being 111, and during the proceed ings of tbo day bad medicine administered to him several times. This was kept up on Fri day and it was then seen that bo was an extremely sick man, and fears were entertained that be would not last the day out. Dr. Town6bend, the Health 0 nicer, was called in to attend blm, and he has be...

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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