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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

THE STJNDAV HERALD.SUNDAY.APRIL 5,1891. mm IN LOCAL STOCKS. I. AST "WKKK'S TRANSACTIONS "VVKRE NOT HEAVY. A Curious l?.ict About Gns Stock no tations SHU tow on Grnpliopliono Largo OuaiiUtics Absorbed Hero oT r.att-. The unfavorable weather anil continued ab Ecucc Df Important members served to limit the number and amount of the transactions on the local stock board last week. It Is worthy of remark and deserving the attention of tho unprofessional dealer In stocks that tho very favorable mention in Tnn IIeiulT) concern ing Wellington Gas stock last week, Instead of advuuciug tbc quotations, as might have been anticipated, bad the contrary effect. After having sold recently to the extent of nearly t wo hundred shares at 451 for this stock the bid fell back on Monday last to 43. Tho explanutlou Is the fact that when a stock has true merit and promises to advance in value tho aim of tho experienced broker is to keep it down while ho is increasing his holdings, that the profit of the a...

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

iJ $i jr?"(r4-' fpf' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. 'wnfflKNBsaBElMaRi ty$MMtmfMM&Tj;a'w$'' '' r ,J , yyvggaTWi y ' "3lSlM.m.i?raraLl WTWwm3TwiwziQe&?''ivi? - ' f1 , t raw wtsvjw " pr1 siw,'" wf'W'W' 7 lv " '. fju-; - " T ' 'B.wrjTi fctr . w i- , ., i ,k " "'w.whli ?, f jf.pt)uT5niiPiSFifSJiafisw t i -u w--om --.- m. i ? . - - -U -' i -'I - t -?- t,i( f i j ' i" t . i k i .s 'j a i 'i . jr - . r " "n. i" to r rn .! ( jr mM' . -i'j s Qr fK ' " vrt '-'"ir w;w m 4 1 lW 'in B ' Si i 1 iSf'fil fm t K AMUSEMENTS IN TOWN. COMKOY, CO.UIO OPEIIA, ANI) CON GKKTS ON TUB ltir.LS. Pniillno II nil lit Albuugh's anil "Kililhii's Murjrlnr" at tho Nulionnt-imiH ut thu Other IIouhch Musical und Smgo Gossip. After nil it Is not the name by which a comic opera company is known thnt makes it a profitablo venture. Earlier in the 6casou the McCaull Opera Company vrns hereout itfailcd to draw the patronngo thnt the company by the same name received at Albaugh's Grand Opeia House last wee...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.APRIL 5,1891. y W i &k mibap 5jj)erai?& -AND- ccato (ftafionaf 3nfefftgcnccv. the National Intelligenceh ESTACILISHtD 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1090. Entered ntthcPoRt Onico lit Washington, TJ. C hi Second-dnss "Matter. J. II. SOUIiE, I. A.T. IIKXSEV, I'" ..Proprietors. Editorial una Publication Olllces South west Cor. 11th and 1". Stu. Sf. W. $30 REWARD. TUH SUNDAY. HERALD" in con vinced Mint there Is on orcjnnlzoa Enn of inpcr thtevca In thin city, who follow its carriers around una tulto tho nnpors from the door-step. "Wo will pny u re ward of $30 for tho arrest mill convic tion ot any one of those ttitovcs. $30 REWARD. notice to subscribers. SulxcrlvlUm in advance) per year $B.GO Remittance should be made by postal note, mmey order, or checks on New York or Wash inob n. IHicn ehcclss on banks in other cities arc smt the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

W-f mmiimipw j'yiif iT-Ttr-wK -ffjj i- r wj r nfwF f &- i y ' Iftjqipi. TIE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5.1891. v )' THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. NAVY AND MARINE COUPS. Lieut. T. Dix Holies ban been detached from duty nt tbo Smithsonian Institution, nnd ordered to assume charge of tbo Brunch Ilydrogrnphic Office, Sim Francisco, April 25. Lieut. John II. C. Coffin has been detached from the recclvlnc-shlp Vermont and gianted six mouths' 6ick leave. The tug Nina, which was wrecked on Qoy Head ami floated subsequently, hn3 reached Now York and been docked. Roar Admiral Brown has transferred his (lag from the Charleston at San Francisco to the now cruiBer San Francisco. Ensign Isaac K. Seymour has been de tached from the receiving-ship Dale, and or dered to duty in the Bureau of Ordnance. The Chicago and Dolphin, of tho Whito Squadron, nrrived at Havana yesterday. Tho Dolphin will sail immediately for Norfolk. Civil Engineer C. C. Wolcott has been de tached from tho Navy Yard, "Washingto...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5. L891. J f I t Written for The Herald. AN EASTER EPISODE Showing the Danger of Being Sus picions. I. Morning. The service is over. The Inst solemn notes of. the innss echo from organ and orches tra throughout flio vaulted edifice. As the priests and acolytes slowly file from the altar into the sacristy the horns and reeds, to gether with the stringed instruments, burst into an inspiriting march, and the congregation pour out of the many exits, and, dividing into groups and couples, slowly wend their way homeward, some gossiping, others silent, all rejoicing in the beauty of the glorious Easter Day. The writer had been to church and was deeply Imprcsscl with the magnificence of the service. His scat being near the door, he was among the first to descend the granite steps and mingle with the long line of masculine iu quisitivtness which is prone lo gather in criti cal array on every occasion when an audience or congregation is about to leave a place ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

jo-pnl w?t H"7.tj -yr v , ,? T & "M 'VfcamUft- r -'s?' THE SUNDAY HERALaSUNDAY, APRIL 5. lS&l. 'It T 1 I . .. .M.f - -in n miiiMriBMM--T I I i 1 IT M Baa rTtTariBMMMMBBMfcMWMMMMWMnMMMllMBnrwBTPrTr T " - . ii it i 1 1 i iiiitinwiiiBiiiiniTr f ititt-r rn i iriii r Trriiirm p i irnirrt'ii lyniiTiiiiniiiini itijmi iifiiiMWuMniiiiii iinwni m i ii n i wn n i u n hi mi mm iww i n iniii iniim miiwwiiii i mi ibimiii wmi ! imimh i . ' !iPlr1i irF?Tr!!w!liB3flBS I f IH How Things HaVe Changed SHKaivivwaa.xi. uTrarres53aa:aisjiiauBiiu.q A XD for the better. It, hasn't been so vert lonff ago that most, ladles had their outside wrap made on special order. Now NOBODY DOES. How often you have wished you could "coat" and "salt" yourselves as speedily and with as little annoyance as the men-folks. That day has dawned. Your selections need but the backing of your judgment and good taste tj ivhi unalloyed satisfaction. t W E'VE brought these facts into stronger light than they've ever been befo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

ri-IJ SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.APRIL 5,1891. fr J V J' (' J i i il GROUNDS DEEP IN MUD. 11A1N HAH PLAYED THE MISCHIKI' AT THE KAIiT, 1'AHK. Doubtful i r the Grounds "Will Do In Shape Next Wcok OponliiR Championship Games The Spring Doom In Ath lctics. The horrible weather of the past week pre cluded any games or practice- of tUo home team on their new grounds, Seventh and Boundary streets, and if any more rain should come it will be doubtful it the opening cham pionship game of one week from to-morrow can be played. The grounds are in a wretched 6hnpe, as previous to thnt la6t rain and snow storm of March 28 and 20 the entire field was ploughed up preparatory to leveling oft and grading. That storm made the place a mud bed, and the other extra-heavy downpours of the past week have added to the mire. The grand standB. etc., are all right and ready for chair-warmers, but, as 6aid above, it is doubt ful if the grounds can bo fixed up In shape for the opening game if any more ruin should co...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

w- .? jUtrfr WOLft&hligf W,&tixn&l $tttU0m 1 i ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 5, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 FOR THE BLUE-BLOODED. THE WEATHER TO BLAME . I , (jSStogfW II i THE STORY RETOLD OV THE LOUISE HOMK FOR REDUCED LADIES. Kb Foundation My the late Mr. Corco ranIts Forty InmatoK ami Tbclr Way of Iitvlnc Some Romances of the War-John C. Calhoun's Sweet heart A Former aiistrcBH of ttio Whito Houko, or I'ronident Tylor'H DauRhtor A Talk With a Curious Old Lady On the Ilaco QucHtion A Union Lady Amone the Southerner's How the Home Tk iIuuaped and Other flatter About One of the CoKt Kc markahlo Institutions In the World. Iu the centre of fashionable Washington within a BtotuVs throw of the big house of Vice President Morton, surrounded by the mansions of statesmen, generals, and judges, stands the most aristocratic charitable institution in the world. There is nothing else like it in the world, and there will be nothing ever founded which will compare with it in exclusiveness and resp...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

"$ f tf 4"f 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5. 3:L NEWS OF THE LODGES. li I? I WHAT HAS IIKEX GOIXG ON THE PAST WEEK. An InUsrosllnjr Ittkluh of Mnsonia Kotos ami rorsonnls News I'rom Golden Crots, Kcchuhllc, nntt Mechanics' IOiIrch. The fol'owlug Mnsoulc bodies incet upon tho evcuiugt. of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Teinplo Benjamin 15. French No. 15, Monday, Oth; Pentalpha No. 23, Monday, Oth; National No. 12, Tuesday, 7th; New Jerusalem No. J), Thurs day, flth; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 10th; Hope No. 20, Fridav, 10th. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007G street Cathe dral: Uiirmany No. 17, Thursday, 9tn. Masonli Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, Oth; George G. Whitiug No. 22, Thursday, Oth. Masonic Hall, Unlontown Anncostta No. 21, Moiidy, Gth. Koyal Arch Chanters. Masonic Temple XaFayeittj No. 5, Tuesday, 7th: Washington No. 2, Thursday, 9th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 10th. Comm I'irfcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Templo- Washington No. 1, Wednesday, Sth. Ancie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

....' - i KRPP $ 4, fW&'wy. .? T! 'A -) 5rt . J- THE SUNDAY HEKALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 18M1. 11 KB II m h? ri I JjT i (.vy jf i m L-v'5AV.' hukt ir! That trunk camc rom IfNEEsaVWg Great Slaughter BUY and KOAI) HARSES8. $20 Harness lleduced to $15 00 $25 irnriiess Reduced to$lfi 00 $30 lltirnrsi induced to $22 50 $35 Hurt, ess llnduced fo $25 00 $40 Hurness Rett need fo $30 00 tSiiruesM and Trunks Bepaircri at Short Notice. A LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS AT KNBESSI'S, " 425 Seventh Street Northwest. j GALLERIES 1217 F STREET. 0 d MoELROY'S ART STORE, 1003 PEMA. AVENUE. ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS. WATER COLORS, PHOTO GRAPHS; and PHOTOGRAVURES. -SL3F8.T INT O -W JES Xj F I E3 JS. PICTURE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory, and in all kinds of Hard Wood. REG1LDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS CLEANED. RESTORED, AND VARNISHED. PICTURES HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHORT NOTICE. EN, Merchant Tailor, ,Cor. N. Y. Ave. and Tenth St. oc2C-9ra MOTH-PROOF RUGS, ROBES, AND S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

T 'r-K-r-rt' .& i s - t is nr fl""fLt VIM . r-tr-tffo' -Fz.'Mmris r. i& in iir n l' 'Sf".' Vr U-BPrr ?WSSMAIRflr.STCJJSB-39 lSi X t II I " jKa-iU 5' J5 StTSs if -AVC? f5',5S2isWXJIJvNiiI . YM Ml '?k ti n n II a u ' r i& . -iv- 11& . -xw-rcir-it-x?WT mi 'rt w .x is. jk q h - I m ir . 0! fl''J8i8ayBWfll H JLJr $ Hi l :t v. !L 1- ji 3 . .y s; ii -.at ' " ju ssr .u&54R;'-s-.,5itf- ii xiiioo-o-c-pcs f-ajy ml vvw-ei w v n n r u .i i-.ftRfiiftiSBfssBa Mrti-Afnvrvi? - , rrr-.- " 7 "" wt&wiiMt WM&flffi&fflTzwX "- II f r Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Harrison arrived at tbc Whitu House from New York on Friday evening. Mrs. Russell Harrison will go to visit her parents before entering upon her Europcm trip. St. John's Church was in gala trim on Mon day eveninc for tbc wedding of Miss Grace Weston Fuller, eldest daughter of Chief Jus tice Fuller, and Mr. Archibald LaphamBrown, of Chicago. St. Joseph lilies and palniB decorated the chancel, where the groom, with his best m...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

m ii t.i i. i ' i-yg'ThjfcljjtyifaiKMikjfipSfcM ie THE SUNDAY H ERALD, SUN DAY, APRIL 5. 1891. 13 v ' i 11 1 !i SOCIETY CHAT. A.uotablo Easter wedding was that or Miss rutin lo Held Riley, eldest daughter of Mi. and Mrs. William R. Riley, and Dr. Chatles Read Collins. Tlio ccicmony took place on Tues day, at high noon, In Ascension Chinch, Rev. Dr. Elliott officiating. The chancel was nitlstlcally set with "spreading paltns and Easter lilies. The ushers wore Messrs. Robln son Rllcy, S. B. Munn, Roy Stenisen, Dr. Mel ville, Dr. Duncan Mcltim, ntid Dr. Dealc; beat man, Mr. Chailes V. Field, of Balti morc. The maid of honor, Mlfs Ellen Riley, was attired In Nile-green silk, with Leghorn 'hat trimmed in color to match her town. Her bouquet was of La Franco roses. The brides maids were Miss Nina Gaines, of Warrcnton; Miss Fauntleroy and Miss Porter, of Balti jnorc, and Miss Cabell, Miss DarnciUc, and Miss Stansberry, of this city. They wore gowns of white silk, with garnlturo of silver l...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

"( smmmssmm l-" TiW 'Y?? - .f4-itfvJsiwfc . WV, -,;. -i wisrmmm r M 1 1 s IV r v, y r$ I? .' N lb;. Ik i' i&. E u Uii r fe j m 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 5. 1891. 13 O Y O XT "VST ANT A 1ST i lw Ww r HM Hi 9HHH HI , ;f-t-.- fU. jf ' & V. 'V '' "' '- 'f "'''-, J'1'''-- The JBHHVf UhImHB XioiriKr JBh iff Jm B IB HWSLa IJLJL JLOLJL aJLc m Corner SJlUfU i ana MHSt. - VU rsA :k ON A SPRING SPREE. BAB GOES TO THE CIRCUS AND TO A FORTUXE-TBLLEK. New York's 1'opulation nfc Barnuin's "Where Every One leele Young: and Eats Apples and Peanuts Delights of Childhood's Greatest Toy The Sprlne-Timo Fortune-Tellcr. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New York, April 3. The circus has como to town, and every man, woman, and ghost feels at least twenty years younger, while every small hoy is at least assured that there is some happiness to be gotten out of life. The elephant is as stolid and as funny-looking as ever civilization has not added to the length of bis tail or suited ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 6. 1891. IS I Lisirp & Bro WHITE GOOXS Aro Already Showing Thotr Demands. Each and every day brings ue some new ideas. Beautiful Mulls and Organdies. New Checks and Stripes In Nainsooks. Beautiful Apron CheckB In Nainsook at 8c. per yard. Beautiful Apron Check in Nainsook at 10c. ' per yard. Beautiful Apron Checks In "Nainsook at 12Jc. per yard. Apronetto Materials for Aprons, 12Jc. per yard. Cheese Cloths, In White and Colors, for-Cc. a yard. Fine Swiss, in Plain, Striped, Dotted, and Figured. y Our White Goods counter is located con- -venlcntly on our first floor. Send mail orders for any of tho above. SATTEENS. We aie already sliowiiig tho largest assort ment and the greatest variety of exquisite pat terns to bo found in tho city, and what you find at our establishment in Fine Imported Novelties will not be seen anywhrro 0I60 in tho city, as this goods is confined to us exclu sively. FIno Domestic Satteens at 15c, worth 25c. Now styles and col...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

".I! fctff"rnWWcTBWrWVIKlP w arssrETSu.-rasfrar,. k, t , ,H IJHnmiW"MgW i .""f)Jii1tgy..,,t.M,t., , tyy. .,. -t-.i, WJI, nifcuqi , j.,., , nIWknmijJilHl'HW'l ' ' " ' ' "w""' "" "' WH-fef" O 1 16 THE SUNDAY .HERAID, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. f?S mmfmmmmmimmmmmmm V E I? -i I i i A I .-4 ' H . ' - ?! ii t ONE WEEK Has elapsed and thousands of people have purchased our vacating bargains. Such a jam of buyers was something to behold. There was not a single department in the entire building but what was patronized. The COMMUNITY Appreciate effort when .they know it is honest. Humbuggery and farce they will not tolerate. We have made great inrpads into our stock, but many, many thousands are yet to be disposed of. AS LONG As you are with us we will take good care that every purchase you make is a We are confident that the second week of our Great Clearing Sale will equal the first, if it does not surpass it. Do not fail to call. Tell your friends, in fact tell everybody, that THE COMBINATION,...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

"5 wwi'fm pmHjH!ii i.-w; ---- -- ?; ifci MMMIMMMfliffi J ' " 'siPP$iPPJ .jf -(A v i JUtfr HffijeUl Jl&titftt&l lutUjgfm. SUKDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. PAGES 17- TO 24 Pf IP H? fUJUU A FLOATING PALACE. THE MAGNIFICENT NEW RIVER STEAMER WASHINGTON. A Description of the First of the Nor folk and WaHhington's Sploniltd Fleet A VcbboI With All Modern Conven ience Itcuutlfully DccorntotJ and Fitted Out. and With All Appliances to Insttro Safety and Comfort. Moored to her wharf nt the foot of Seventh street, and slowly rising and falling with the geutle swell of the broad Potomac, lay one of the most beautiful steamers afloat on this sheet of dull-grey water the steamer Washington belonging to the Norfolk aud Washington Steamboat Company. About her upon the wharves and issuing from her sides were scores of begrimed and oddly-assorted roustabouts and deck hands, who bustled here and there with heavily-freighted, rumbling trucks, clattering across gangways and the barely completed wharf of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

lW'ii'j't'WtSwwrly twtUMMtaShltti HtnmmiiMMtMi i.. ihui. i IS TI-IK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5. 1891. 1K1 fetatfcfc $taiteu 9ferU&jetg ffi&V&JZK&. w ?,. i '' F r J. Is fl I' THE QUESTION OF RENTS. Till! KKNTKETUKN ON INVESTMENTS NOT AS LARGE AS FORMERLY. Medium-Sized Houses Still In Grontost DcinnnaThoararkot Not Overstocked Willi Them Inquiries for Residences jn the Nortlionstorn Section. Tho question of rent Is ono that is jU6t now agitating tbc minds of a largo number of Wntulnnton people. The IIeuald has mado inquiries of a number of prominent real estate dealers anil agents on tho subject and tboso interviews will bo found interesting. Mr. Georce W. F. Swartzoll, of tho firm of B. H. Warner it Co., was Been first. "Does property bring tho same rato of in terest as it did flvo years aco !" asked Tuc Heiuld man. 'No,-' roplicd Mr. Swartzell; "It yields a less rate of iutercst, and it is hard, to glvo a reason for it." "Does it go to show," a6ked the reportor, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

--.?.'. w wmsmXBWH'wwwwf7WiW ' ' r-T-rw. "'-' . - --:''""' -.. - .?' - - - ,-,--,h?.wi . .$ 'i ,i ' ' ' 'S ' ' ' THE SUNDAY HERALD,SUNDAY, APRIL 5,1891. 19 If a 1 '!! 'd M A. ML GORMAN, REAL ESTATE BROKEB, 608 Thirteenth Street Northwost. Houses for Sale N.W. T 6t near Tontli, in Snyder's now block, fino 3-story and cellar house, side ana rear alloy, 0 rooms and bath; rented at 50 per month; lot 20x95; will bo 60ld on easy torms $8,500 Corner on R st, 8-rooin brick dwelling and Btoro in best condition; can bo bought for $300 cash; balance on easy terms $0,800 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES. JONAS, GIBBS & CO., ItHSAJLi DESTA.T0E3, INSURANCE AND LOANS, Building Investments a Specialty. Our Architectural Department is In charge of one of the leading architects and most artistic designers in Washington, and we nro Erepared to furnish plans and estimates for uildings of every description, and to guar antee satisfaction. Wo also estimate on plans of other architects...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

'IWMM.iwVwilil'lt'iW"''iyiiKA'Htlt'.t'''" 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1S91. X&ttl fl&tkik& jnattljtcss fRfcitl SEjSfcSXtX: jJ$ttrttf. Wtiti $-3fcti: $ljSttel3i SftesU l&Sfcfctfcfc $1 title Vjg b- . ) Mt MBEEILL, TERRY & WHITE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE, I I 14 F STREET HOUSES FOR SALE. OstnearDcl uto ne, one of those beautiful 2-story and basement bricks? S rooms; bath and every modern convenience. Price, fG.oOO. P st nw near 10th, 3-story and basement brick; 9 rooms and bath. Price, $7,500. 35th st nw near T, 3-story brick; 9 rooms; bath and cellar; furnace heat; largo lot. Price, $S,500. 12th stno near Ilj 3 pretty new 2-story bricks; EG rooms and bath. Choice Lots on Columbia Heights at Reasonable Figures. The attention of propcrty-oivn-ers is called to the fact that our facilities for securing prompt paying tenants are unsurpassed and our charges most reasonable. C. T. HAVENNER, EEilL ESTATE AND STOCK BRSKElt, Rooms 9 and 11, Atlantic Build...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

Mid ,. KOTBW I5fi ' rtwtfws " vfi' 5:nwf W V ttt . & w THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. 21 Ml RE All ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds In fee have been fllcil as follows dur ing tlio week: W. C. llaldcman to U J. Ea&tcrilny et al., imrt 1, equaro 1051, $ . Snmo to C. P. Mallcry, part 1, square 10S4, $-. T. M. Wntrgener to AY. E. Wasrtrcnor, part Prospect Hilf, $850. S. 13. Ladd to Mary Scott, part 1, square 533.$. It. L. Itust to Edgar S. Kennedy, subs. 128 to 130, square 017, $3,500. Elias Oliver to E. Natick, sub. 32, squar 441. $ . E. Nauck to Anna It. Oliver, sub. 32, equnrc M.'Mortonctal., to W. T. Birch, part t2, Beall'H addition to Georgetown, $1,300. J. A. ltcpettl to C. P. Lincoln, lot 0, square 1040, $ . C. V. Williams to G. M. Fagan, lot 1, block 10, Meridian Hill, $ . P. D. Brady to A. E. Phillip?, sub. 24, square 1021, $ . F. Ilufty, triiBtcc, to "VV. I'. Metcalf, part 10, block 17, T. and B.'s sub. Mt. Pleasant, -JioOO. C. J. Bell to Sarah Jcwctt, part 2, square...

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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