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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

'A-. - vrit. t. B-mwimnt... ,Hifeim(fe4w -SffwtSP ? - flrrwMMl ujru.. , . r -T UfcAA . fo yx- y 7 1ir','','T-'-l $ THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12. 1891. . h 4. 3&&&1 &&& $aU;iejr, totil&jttrss, ntUfrjfcttsi i ij fii 41 Hi 4 n 11 -M 1 ti a . II i Aa r'.l .1 4 5' ,4 1 ' 9h 1 i jfO V ; I 1 - ! 1 IS ANOTHER SaSTAP. $100 cash and $25 per month will huy si now 7-roora brick house, nil m 1, beautifully lo cated; lot 25x145. Trice, $3,000. Only a few of these houses left on these terms. 11. DORSEY TllUNDI.K, ENOS C. KEYS. Attornoy-at-Law. KEYS & TRUNDLE, "Real Estate and Insurance Brokers. Loans Placed. .. Rents Collected. No. 1003 G St. n:w. 0 ra and bath, 2-story bk, on 1st bt K andL uw $3,000 8 rs and bath, all m 1, on 5th bt P and Q nw, fruit and grapes 4,500 G-r bk on oth nw bt Sand T 3,000 8-r 2-story and cellar bk, all m i, on Gth bt Q and R, lot 17x105 6,000 12-r bk, corner property on Grant Tlacc 20,000 6-r bk on Q nw, 2-story and cellar 5,000 S...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1891. 1S Spirit SsSfcSlfc 3:ttJUlS A. ML GORMAN, 9$Jbesl$ (8jcm;:xtcfc$cm. $lMmJbrmflr C5t 3fits P fliwmkrJng, (Ems $ttttt StOfcrjS WiJZll&i;si4. REAL ESTATE BROKER, 608 Thirteenth Street Northwest. Houses for Sale JT.W. T et near Tenth, In Snyder's now block, fine 8-story and cellar house, eldo and rear alloy, 0 rooms and bath; rented at $50 per month; lot 20x05; will be sold on easy torms $8,500 Corner on R et, 8-room brick dwelling and store in best condition; can be bought for $300 cash; balance on easy tormB $0,800 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES. JONAS, G-IBBS & CO., HJ3AJL. ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS, Building Investments a Speotalty. A-IfcOIIITEOTTJIME Our Architectural Department is In charge of ono of tho leading architects and most artistic designers in Washington, ond we are prepared to furnish plans and estimates for buildings of every description, and to.guar anteo satisfaction. We also estimate on "plans o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

t!r " VW-W v ,li 'i'l '"""'"1 -inimji , ff JfKrT'5-'''' 4 'YrtfWliafcA t' 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1891. I. I! it ,i if i" , Rl i i ii i' ii i i"W i !, h IIBATj 13STATE TRANSFERS. SATUHDAY, AMUI.4. E. J. Hnrnum toD.Birtwcll, subs. oTnudoS, squaro OSS. $ . J. A. Seller to G. E. Stnhl, lot 3, square SOS), $000. A. J I. Sommes to Etlmoiiin Scmmes, subs. 1 to 35, sub. of 100 mul 171, Long Meadows, $ Edmoiiln Seiuiucs to A. II. Scmmes, same propel ty, S . P. T. Browning to Asa Whitehead ct al., iois io to hi, square mi, $y,5i7.m. E. P. Shorb to R. R. Heath, sub. SO, square MS--;, :-. "MONDAY, Al'ltlL 0. Robert M. Bell to Victor Anderson, lots 10 to 2U. inclusive, square 1034, $ . Wil liam L. BramhalPs sub. of original lots land 1. Dauiel Butwcll ct ux. "to Edward J. Hannan, lots 18 and 10, Pleasant Plains, Stewart J. Gass' sub. of lot 2, George Taylor's sub., $ . Daniel Butwcll ct ux. and Jessie L. Pearcc to Edward J. Hannan, original lotsS, U, and 10, square OSu, $ . Lori...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

IHBEHIHlHHlH V THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 12, 1891. SI j. ia w. r4J 1 1 ., .'" . - . K BUILDING NOTES. Architect T. 2. Schneider is nbout to begin the erection of a block of twenty dwellings on A, between Seventeenth find Eighteenth streets northwest, nt a cost of $150,000. They will be three stories nnrt basement. The fronts will be of pressed brick, with Indinnn limestone and Hunnnelstown brownstone. N. T. Hallcr, tho well-known nrchitcct, is making plans for a residence to bo built for Mr. Thomas Chandler, on Thirteenth, between II and I streets northeast. It will bo three etorics and basement, and will have a front of pressed brick and Hummclstown brownstone. The cost will bo about 5,000. Widdccombo's stables, on II, between Thir teenth and Fourteenth streets northwest, arc to be improved by tho erection of n now two story pressed-brick front, together with nu merous interior alterations. The plans have been made by Architect J. G. Hill. Architect A. P. Clark, Jr., has .ab...

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

- 3$$S&Ji$ rt w.-mw . tpM--vMiwpww - W --UA,H-vsjnG3 --rv-aftr .- sw Ti - rnt.y-SKTmxmic,'t$Mls a 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12. 1891. 'jli T $te&l fZ&texte jewixtKSi l$tt$tt0r ecjcrnfctf m3t5nic(t 3:ttcfcn)g &vjdrfcxjt; --"--"- -"--- jrni M'Miini.li.r 'tit ti . 1 $3! ;i 1 !K tif. if , ij- '1 V. 'I I.' It MERRILL, TERRY & WHITE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE, 1 1 14 F STREET NORTHWEST. FOR SALE HOUSES. 14th st, near I nw, 3 6torcs and residence, renting from 170 per month; lot 50x80; property rapidly enhancing In value, electric lights, cable cars, and other improvements soon. E Bt nw, near 3d, a substantial 3-story brick, 10 rooms and bath, Southern exposure, large lot, wide paved alley in rear. Price, $8,500, on easy terms. East Cap st, near new Library Building; lot 35x97, improved by 2 brick houses, rented for 537 per month. If you are looking for a bar gain, here it is. E st nc, bet 3d and 4th stB, 7 rooms, bath, and cellar; lot 19x100 to large ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1891. .1 23 '. :',..! Ivlr.V 8$ sjjii" ' ' 1 m.' . . ST.ii- , ".! , 6,v Iff;- ' ;.; E Yir' ,i sW REAIi ESTATE NOTES. A. Froy has bought for $8,000 or Jesse 1). GIbbs lot 20, block 17, Meridian Hill. G. L. Sheriff has bought for $1.B00 of J. D. Milnns sub. 50, block 3, Lo Droit Park. .T. II. Ley has boucbt for $1,000 of P. C. Thompson 0.0 acres adjoining Chichester. C. W. Handy has purchased for $0,000 of E. C. Galthor 6Ub. 60, squaro 300, 18x105, Ninth, between O and 1' streets northwest. Mary A. Marr has bought of John T. Armcs and sold to W. C. Cooper ot al. for $7,500 lots 1 and 2, block 10, Lo Droit Park. A. Britton has bought for $6,700 of Alice L. Riggs sub. 70, squaro 178, 22x100 feet on Six teenth, between" 11 and S streets northwest. Eugene C. Gaither has bought of C. W. Handy for $13,000 part 10, squaro 311, 20x50 feet on the northeast corner of P and Twolfth etreot.fi. Gcorgo Emmerich has purchased for $4,500 of Susan N. Carter sub. E,...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

WfBWBslWl Si: l1 J.- t P JUnfr WlwUI iK&iixm&l lattlUnjc: ,V) VOL. XXVI, WASHINGTON, STJMEA.Y, APRIL 19,1891.-24: PAGES. NO. 5 W t, .- lf ;STATE TROOPS CALLED OUT FUBTOUS FIGHTING IN THE COKE REGION. r.Shotn Exchanged by Strikers and Guards Rioting Continues and tho Sheriff, ITtmblo to Maintain Order, Urges Gov vtior Vuttlhon to Send Troopt. Scottdale, Pa., April 18. The coke region ds agaiu tho scene of lawlessness and exalte- ment is at fever beat. Last night a band of about -one hundred strikers assaulted tbe Lcisinriug No. 3 plant of tho Frick Coke Company. Shots were exchanged and for a time the fight waged furiously. Tho guards held their ground and finally compelled the mob to beat -a retieat,bnt not until one of the deputies was dangeiously injured and, it is thought, can not rooover. Shei Iff McCormack, up to this time, has been trying to deal patiently with this lawless clement, and to avoid, if possible, being i charged with using undue authority. But to . day bo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

) i fliM i 2, THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19; 1891. i w . ;s if WjK. i & B if B THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. The extension of leave granted Col. Jnrocs W. Forsyth, Seventh Cavalry, hns been further ex tended twenty days. The extension of leave of absence granted Cr.pt. FolUot A. Whitney, Klghth Infantry, hns been further extended one month. Cnpt. Catley, who was court-martialed on the charge of cowardice nt Pine Khlgo and ac quitted, has made application to the Secretary of War for retirement. Leave of absence for six months, on account of sicknoss, to take effect on being relieved from duty at Louisville, Ky., is granted to Capt. Edward Mnguirc, Corps of Engineers. Tho following appointments of cadets at West Point have been made: Edward F. New baker, of Danville, Pa.: Dc La G. Rombach, (alternate,) Seventeenth District Pennsyl vania. Twelve colored infantry recruits will be as signed to the Twenty-fifth Infantry and for warded to such point or points in the Depart m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

t B- -?,' 7i ' R' RaiPss P' VAlOTSTKaV1' 'Ym tr" J i' (,KV 'Ml'" T , s THK SCKDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1891. . Wii n,tl- vmrntinKmW . .. ,ini, ,, iwiiMM'MiiiiiirMiiMTirfiniiwiiiMirfl ininiMiniiTiTiMirtlifli Jr ,..r ' yf fjffjifnyi WyitMMgrjBfltJlgaHB4R?TOgraByMB K T 'ItH. ' 1 . j ' 1 "k t ri y '" i - . r :a AT THE THEATRES. UlGH-OTuVSS I1KAMA, MI NSTKKI.S Y, AND VAWKTY ON THE ltIXiI.:. Pulmur'o IM no Company at the Nntlminl ami George Wilson at Albaugh's A Kow Words About Pnly's Woll Or tiled Furco.CoinntUn.ns. Jt Isn't merely for dramatic leasons that Au gustin Daly's company of farce comedians arc worthy of cnroful study. There aro social -considerations aB well which make them inter esting;. The position which they hold as art ists in the esteem of certain cliques of Kow York'n ground-swell society is a remarkable il lustration of what sclf-polted and Indurated -asiuinnco illuminated by a smattering of knowledge can accomplish in the doughy fields of plethorlc-purecd snobber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

k r i Mi . Wll V I isJ.. lW THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL19, 1891. :f d ' Iflt. a 'j k i TOccfltg Qtatfonaf Snfcfftgcnccr. The National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1S86. Entered nt tho Tost Ofllce at-Washlngton, D. C. as Sccond-clais flatter. J. H. SOULK K, I SEY, J .Proprietors. A.T. HENSKY Editorial and Publication nfflccB Sotith tvost Cur. 11th and K Sts. N. TV. $30 REWARD. THE SUNDAY HERALD" is con vinced that there is an organized sane of paper thlovcH In this city, who follow Its carriers around and take tho papers from the door-stops. "Wo will pay a re ward of $30 for tho arrest and convic tion of any one of these thieves. $30 REWARD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $B.50 Remittances 8?iouId be made by postal note, money order, or clucks on Kew Tbrfc or Wash ington. IVlicn checks on banks in other cities arc sent the cost of collection will he deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

"WBIJBIWWW gfi A f" . TFIE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1891. ART AND OTHER CRAZES. KOBOS'H OF SWUNG LIFK IN GAY AND 1HISY NJ3W YORK. Tho l'asliloimblo Girl In u Studio Tho l-KJ'ptlun Crnzo In Art DcnH In a French Art Corner Tlio Wise Womiin in IiovoIIow Society Women Keep "Well Thoy Understand tho Art of Tutting On.ro of TheniRelvcH A Unique Faster I.cbboii. Correspondence of Thk Sunday Heiiai.u. Nnw Yonic, April 17. The usual spring de sire for visiting studios and dining in bachelor apartments lins taken Arm hold on the fashion able girl. The possession of a studio does not necessitate that the host should he very much of an artist. Indeed, he usually simply dab bles at painting, buys other men's pictures, makes his apartments a veritable house beau tiful, and he is always pretty certain of having the girls ho knows drop in to visit him. They come in twos, in threes, and in greater num bers. They discourse learnedly about harmo nics, symphonies, and drink his tea, or choke ov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

k 6 THE SUNDAY H ERALD, SXJNJ3A.Y. AJPRIL19. 1891. LOCAL STOCK MARKETS. . 1 ill i HI ii 'M'f ) Ik I .! M KB 'ft-.- rw BVTji JKTt - i K" l$. I.i I Si' H BELLVUE DAIRY FARM ! Hot Weather Has Arrived and the question now agitating the minds of Washlugtou people Is, where can wo buy PURE, GLEAN, AND FRESH MILK iree from garlic, and that has been property handled and Btored In dry REFRIGERATOR, "NOT FOUL WATER," and that wo can havo a GUARANTEE THAT SUCII MILK WILL BE DELIVERED TO US? THE BELLVUE DAiRY FARM extends a cordial invitation to you to visit tho farm and KNOW BY SEEING, that if you order milk from them you will get what you buy, AS LONG AS YOU BUY J.We GUARANTEE our milk as represented. Call at tho DD-XEfcYj 14-3 X 3P ST. IV- W., and get a sample fresh from our elegant now refrigerator, built expressly for the purpose. F. L. TERRY, Supt. VISITOKS "WlSIiCOMlj: .AJ? T-XTJE 3?aVItlVJ.. LiarluS MduIuL 1 Importer. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TN IK AID 737 SEVENTH ST. N.W., WASHINGTO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

TrH& SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 19, 1891. . ",X r, j in .M' vi-jSHOCHDALE CO-OPERATIVE S0 Vr3b5clety. Members aro informed that the now trade cards nud hooks, running to April, 1892, are now ready for issue. Please write your present address across the face of the old pink cards expiring April, 1891, and return them without delay to any of the following-named members and obtain the now onos. Merchants will not recognize tho old cards after April 80. 1891: A. T. LONGLEY, 812 A Btreet northeast, Ag ricultural Department. T. P. KEENE, 1004 O street, Second Auditor's Ofilco. J. W. HARSHA, 905 11 street, Cash Room, Treasury Department, and at 705 Fifteenth streot, from 12 to 12:30 noon and at 4 1. M. L. VANDERllOEF, 931 French street, Bu reau of Statistics. E. O. FAWCETT, 003 Massachusetts avenuo northeast, Fourth Auditor's Office. J. E. McOABE, 22 Third street northeast, Post Office Department. II. W. SMITH, 710 B street southwest, Quar termaster General's Office. L. F. HUNT, 1310...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

tWWi" eS rHR SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 19, 1891. A CREDITABLE VICTORY. TJIU NATIONALS DOWN THE 11A1TI MOKKS AT THKIR 1'IKST SlKUTlNG. A Largo Crowd Present, Including Many UuUiinorenns Activity In Ainulour Vlasclmll Circles General Sporting Xcws. The Nationals met the Baltimores yesterday in tbeir first gamo for the American Associa tion pennaut. The twonty-fivc hundred aud more enthusiasts present saw the homo tenm win a well-earned victory. They outplayed the OrioleB at every point. There Is a strong rivalry between tho two cities, and a special train brought down a large crowd of Balti morcans, who desired to whoop things up for their pets. They had plenty of chances to do so, as tho gamo was exciting from start to iinisb. Tho batting was clean and hard, and, above all, opportune, while tho Holding was sharp and brought applause from both sides. In the sixth inning, for instance, a star play was made by Hincs, and tho applause was so loud and prolonged that tho player, who Is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

1 1 n i si - v fumj.iyjljimiw"limi)(miiji rTff'"m'"'"'1 vyr't HflW.WT U(JWIlHiBtlMlllHI.Uffl1l,it.WrigrtMMXM! jMMmrw -Vr t. t''W i" 'tBWWw'' PJ-v fn" !k pte jph wjppin JUtfr 333;ehl 5la;jti)0twal iSttifcUtgimjCfci? ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 19, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 CUPID AT THE CAPITAL. gUEKKr.OVKAlWAIKSOFOimilll'LO MATtf.HTATESMKN AND OKN'ERALS. Tho inutile Story of tho Hon. Jofoph Chunihorluln's Courtship of IMlss Knit 1 uott Ills Honoymnnn at Oliovy Chuso How Archibald ITorbes, tho Noted Wnr Correspondent, Married IVIlBfl Xiiilu MoIrn The Komnntlc .Tiscnpado of u KiiHHtnu DIjlomutIn Lafayette I'urlc Ono of President Buclinnnn's IjOVos Tho llomnntlo Affairs of. IJnvons llodlstio and Gntocazy. Lovers arc thicker In Washington tban blackbonles in August and the story of the Capital Is a chain of romances. Down on the banks of the Potomac, in the shadow of the Washington Monument, Btill stands tho moss-covered cottage where Marcin Hums, entertained Tom Moore, the poet, and where Clay. B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

tv 1 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19. 1S91. NEWS Off THE LODGES. WHAT IS GOING OX AMONG THE SECRET FRATERNITIES. The Succcssorship to tho Lute Albert IMkc Anniversary of l'otomnc Lotlgc Golden Crosi, Ruclinhito nnil Order of Mechanics' News. ONE h Cured, CENT! f The following Masonic bodies meet upon, tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tcmplo Benjamin B. Trench No. 15, Monday, 20th; Pentalpha No. 23, Monday, 20th; Xatloual No. 12, "Tuesday, 21st; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 23d; St. John's No 11, Friday, 24th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 24th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 23d. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 20th; Georgo C. Whiting No. 22, Thursday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Unioutown Anacostta No. 21, Monday, 20th. Royal Arch Chajrtcrs. Masonic Temple La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 21st; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 23d; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 0, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

jy-- v5evt-'t M-t- . :-$ 1 StC sf -w - V lli 'Hl Ii4iy M THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 18Q1. ii wi 'i JWKWWMB&lMWUlJUitwWriptl)lillttjijti,) l,ir-.mtejfgrg!r-i. ! 3 PLEASE Bear in mind Tho fact that '(he First of Mav will s Hero anil that gentlemen will investigate Their wardrobes. We would respectfully suggest that We cannot k excelled in the beauty of our Spring Styles, The fit and Workmanship of our garments, and The moderation of our prices. BMDSTREET & CO., 1417 Penna. Ave. Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Catarrh, and all nervous ailments. A powerful ner vine without opium. 50 cents a bottle. All druggists. Grandfather's Remedies Company, Wash ington, D. C. , ' SUtCftiiotTftl PROFESSOR SIIELDON, 1004 F STREET northwest the only strictly first-class Dancing Academy in "Washington. A full corps of efficient assistants. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Siiturdiiys. Send for circulars. a: CADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS, 1312 - Jl4.tlij 3, t, UllUi ll lUi abUO U1U1UULU JL 1 f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

1t M vw.- h. n -.. r pilm mIiViivui' .VllfifciVbfl, iw- nn.BI.4l i -wii.-HJ mis MIHKHHr n WlWSBWiBffiE r Mrs. E. H. Halford, wife of Secretary Hal ford, died on Tuesday, after n long and pain ful illness, at the Elsmere. Sho bad only recently returaed from Florida. Mrs. Halford was a lovely and highly accomplished woman, well fitted to adorn the society which only chronic illness prevented her from enjoying. For many years during her residence in In dlauapolis she was considered one of the best vocalists In 'tho city. Her acquaintance hero was limited, owing to her ill-health, but those privileged to know her regarded her with warmest aff&tion. Many friends sympathize deeply with the afflicted Secretary and his only daughter, Miss Janette Halford. Funeral services wore held on Thursday afternoon, at 2 P. M., in the Foundry Methodist Church, by the pastor, Rev. Georco Elliott. The Presdentlal family, now making the tour of the South aud West sent despatches of con dolence the Sec...

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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

Sflw.lHPiLWII.W'W.pM.II.UMMW'm.W 'We'" na. &jn wwr5i, ""l -'f mmummmmrt riftetfwwfc - p. -- i , -- vnnp-t y r t JIM'll MjMH n 4 N I ? M rf, THE SUNDAY HI-CRALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 19. 1S91. 13 MMjJm I 1 1 1 1 SOCIETY CHAT. Tlio marriage of Ml6s Mamie Draney, dougb tcr of Mr. mid Mrs. James G. Draney, of Put erson, N. J., aud Mr. B. W. Gheen was sol emnized last Tuesday night at Trinity Church. Rev. Dr. Addison performed Ihe ceremony. The bride woro a bandsomo gown of white faille, with pearl and feather trimmings. Mr. F. M. Draney, the bride's uncle, gave her away at the altar. Miss Hannah Draney, of Patcrson, acted as bridesmaid. She was at tired in a dross of white cn'pc, trimmed with chiffon. Mr. E. S. MacDonahl was best ntan, with Messrs. Sevmour 1$. Wright, Goldsbor ough Goddard, Harry V. Dowllug, and G. P. Hrackett as ushers. At the conclusion of the ceremony tho bride and groom, with a num ber of Invited guests, repaired to their new residence, corner Ninth and L streets, wher...

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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