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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

1 84 -J' -". A B"' -;; 'f'Hr' xf "The BEST OFFIC 4 Jr k-uanJki' iiOTMr lM'' jw. THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 19, 1891. tp' ,H5n j ; ,, 41" 1 ' . MV'? ' .'f'liJ'fe' j " - -' -- v T V.-'''lV;H ','' M. ;. Y O XJ "Vv ""v S,v. ' ' '': ' ''34.4-j t &&$ u IJLJLjLL&v if JLJLwJL CLJL 39 IB ll! !St fillill 1111 ROOMS jTfe.i .. fjiMEfflPr : i !', -- s'i . ' tArfw"'; a-; ..j .-? it VsK rkA ,. mAWz.&" -A-wMi nmmmM-;- f, iJ'A'fii';;'f&1'ifif-J &$$' ClMfc 8." 'tL-XJ-'' . r-1 k , '. - i ',.. -t j J ,w J ?WT"; A 3XT T .A. 3J uilclin j u 1 IN THE CITY -'ijrfr ' to', i S4",KStJ.BS-,a

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

w" "iLw.'mfwM...izr-.- ; ;y T77,g (i-oWTi.'WBiKW w ' WRy3 f t J && rt J v- -- V --f v f -.-(- y ,. - w- - - . - , - v - . . T jrt, - tr- -i -7.1 f , - $ It.- THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL l6, 1891. )6 ,y TPt((PflKl'v M" "TOUui I FACTS ABOUT THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OIF1 SHOES PURCHASED FROM THE ASSIGNEE OF MESSRS. HOWELL & MURRAY. Fact 1. Wo havo bought this stock at n prico which enables us to soil the goods fully 25 per cent, less than the first cost or production. Fact 2. The stock consists of only tho Jlncst and best grades of goods made. Every pair of shoes in tho etoro guaranteed to bo strictly solid leather outer and inner soles, and first-class in every way. Fact !3. Wo arc compelled to close out this stock in a short time, and must sell, no matter how great tho sacrifice. Parents in need of shoes for their children will find this a golden opportunity. Children's Shoes from 25c. a pair up. Ladies' Custom-made Shoes at less than half actual value. Men's Shoes of...

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

WM'' "immimiWHm1 16 THE SUNDAY HEKALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1S&1. THE FOLLOWING IS ONE OF THE MANY TESTI MONIALS ON THE MERITS OF GOSSIP OF 'THE GIRLS. Alice Confides to Doar Louise the Goings On in Washington. ii I i tAt f i i 1 If . :.l r. 1 , -5 h l 14 i I GUSHBIY HEALTH 9o Madison Avenue, New York, March 12, iSpi. Messrs. Robert Reis & Co.: Bear Sirs: Youi Glastcnburg Woolen Health Undciwcar has been duly tested by me. I find it, I am free to say, superior to anything of the Hud ever made, as I have tested them all. Its pure animal texture rsmicrs it non-conducting and soothing to delicate and irritable skin. Ft ic tains for the body its natural warmth, without irritation; its zecigit (an impoitant feature in woolen undciwcar) is not burdensome and no perceptible perspiration results from its use. While in doors, or in a passive state, it is, indeed, perfectly adapted to our exceedingly changeful climate, and I feel assured that as a hy gienic garment it will soon be genera...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

ami HLWUBjiiwjm "- -ft! t iH IHA ,t tmwt- Z2k -tv : .y-KrKV JB.- -fl -j rwiflr 1 fl &n& 3Eski:g 3taitttti IttifcUig,. SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1891. PAGES 17 TO 24 rr it' I B QUEER ELECTRIC' .DEVICES AIAKDIY A DAY PASSES THAT A NKW iONB as NOT INVENTED. Some Washington IIouhch Tlitit Arc Sup plied "With Wonderful Kloctrlcnl Ap pliancesNow Methods of Routine liar Monns-of Electricity. "Hardly a flay pusses," 6aid Mr. Pardoe, of J the Washington Electrical Construction Com ..panjV'that something in the way of an electrical novelty Is not invented or put into use. One iof the most popular is an electric lock, which is placed on doors and can only be opened from tho insklo hy pushing a small button. ' This is designed for club-houses, public balls, . and theatres. In theatres it Is especially itse lf ul. When nt the' end of- an act the curtain is , -rung down the curtain-raiser by simply press ing tho button may cause every exit to be thrown open. Then there are tho electric i mats for...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

r"V'7 Tpy rrwmi jjfjflflppffflfppffipj' ffgj'y """TTimr . ....!. .. iV , ,k,-.- , k. 4. -.i)j.)ia, ,. .grt.a'w'tt'iiIMjiir 3 IS THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19. 1891. T;1 j- i x tJjuu.-i' rW &1 ft W ! .3 ..I HEAL. ESTATE NOTES. B. W. Holjnnn hns bought for $11,4G9.G0 of Mary J. Williams subs. 33 and 34, block 4, Meridian Hill. P. E. Clark lias bought of S. Truesilcll for $7,311.12 lots 17 and 25, squaro 23, and lot 2, square 20, Eckington. Ella S. Morgan has bought for $0,500 of J. A. Prescott sub. 49, 6quaro SOS, 15.8x04 feet, corner of II and Fifth streets northeast. A. W. Newell, of Bradford, Pa., has bought of W. 0. Denison et. al. blocks S and 9, Brookland, all south of Cincinnati street, for $11,643. Thomas E. Young has sold for $4,500 to P. 31. Christian, 6Ub. 44, square 449, fronting 12J feet on Sixth street, between L and M streets northwest. Carl Young has bought for $4,070 of Mary D. Biddle, sub. 92, square 192, 22x921 feet on 8, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth st...

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

B'MljfejtMlWWlWIWf !UJU'UllilW'tlMal)H'iWT'W''l'W'lJ'lVW'wiW!lllJiWWilllLIM " ..' ?. : k. , I- THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1S91. 19 ' k piwmtoiitg, (SajS 3Ftfwg, f lmfa, (Sua fitting. iUftmfcrttfr Qitsi fitting S&tOXirj$: gljcadt;; V i P. J. FINGLE8, A. ML GORMAN, REAL ESTATE BROKER, 608 Thirteenth Street Northwest. Houses for Sale N.W. T Bt near Tenth, In Snyder's now block. Ado 8-story and cellar house, stdo anil rear alloy, 9 rooms and bath; ronted at $50 per month; lot 20x95; trill bo sold on easy tormB .$8,500 Corner on R st, 8-room brick dwelling and storo. in best condition; can bo bought ior $300 cash; balance on easy terms - .-..$6,600 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE 'RENTING OF HOUSE8. ' JONAS, G-IBBS & CO., XVJ2AJJL. 338TATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS, Building Investments a Speoialty. Our Architectural Department Is in charge, of ono of the leading architects and; most' artistic designers in Washington, and we are I ireparcu to iurnisn pians ana estimates tor ....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

v.-. """H"""' - i.flUA J. SO THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1891. i i STEAM AND HOT-AVATHR HEAT. The Prejudice Against Jhc former Is impftlly Dying Out Ventilation. "The prejudice against steam heating," remarked Mr. Zcllcrs of the firm of Zcllers it Co., of 1459 Fourteenth street, "while never great, is rapidly growing less and less every day. There never was any ground for it, and the perfection to which the Bystcm of steam heating has been brought has made it the most dcsirablo system for large buildings in the East, North, and West, where the temperature is excessively low in winter. Hot-water heating is also growing in popular favor, and the orders for this kiud of apparatus arc constantly increasing. It is a splendid system for private residences 01 small buildings, hut unquestion ably 6team is the better for thclargcr ones, al hough in many of the latter hot water is used, and gives entire satisfaction. Many boilers are now constructed so as to supply either steam or hot...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

HMtaMfcidBttHhJIHaiMflftflHtiL.. ., -" W'"- "l"l PW"l wimHU JU J-IHlllJ;)immini "WMMMlMUOHIMMIWMiiNMI ' w! iim&tm1' if "-- - 7 - ' .. '"AV.-tat jj, .J..J-. "TT S1 'Km THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19. 1891, 21 m i'H BUITjDING notes. C. A. Schneider's Sons have tlic contract Jind are furnishing the iron work for the new huilding being erected by Mr. Strong at the corner of Eleventh and F streets northwest. Tug cost of the Iron work will be about $10,000. C. A. Hnrkncss, the architect, has prepared plans for three three-story and basement dwellings for Mr. A. A. Wilson. They will bo located on Twentieth street, between (J and II streets northwest, and will have a ba60 of rock-faco Humtnclstown brownstone, with the upper front of the same material and pressed brick. Charles S. Denhain has the contract for tho building, and the cost will bc$lG,000. Architect Joseph C. Johnson has plans for n two-story and basement dwelling, 32x53 feet, that Mr. C. T. Bride will have built on JJ s...

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

- -N ftw- wi44 TH''W . w. -,. -JJft -. .e 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19. 1S91. Y MERRILL, TERRY & WHITE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE, Jitfnjgr E&je&v&tSttg 3ptmfclmjr Hljejecwwfcsnjgi $S.VClfxtfSGt&. ' il h m m it I SI ff!,. m til I i M i ft ! ?! v 1 1 14 F STREET FOB SILiIESIEaiOTTSIES. J 1 avo n ear loth st, 3-story brick, 14 rooni9 and bath; heated by furnaco; southern exposure; lot 20 feet front $21,000 6th st near I nw, 2-story framo; 7 rooms and bath; in good condition; lot 25 feet front 0,000 Lc Droit Park, a new -l-story brick, 9 rooms and bath; eastern exposure; concrete street; rented $555 per month 4,700 E st nw near 17th, 2 2-story bricks, 0 rooms each; rented for $32.00 per month 4,500 IFOIR, SALE-LOTS. Por Foot. North sido Wash Circle, 20x100 $1 05 G st no bet 3d and 4th, 20x75 "85 COlLfU'JbOBILA. Por Foot. RooEokc st bet 13th and 14th Yale st near 14th 75 Princeton st, n side, bet 13th and 14th.. 85 14th st near Kenyon 75 If you have...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

3W3ftwifetffcMitoBMg8fiMiiiwiMw wwnjjp,,., ,, j ""(a - ! TTHK SUNDAY MKRAJUD, SUMJDAY, APRIL 19, 1891. 33 LLEGE PAI Destined to Be One of the Most Beautiful Suburbs of Washington. Only thirteen minutes' rltlo by express train from 13. fc O. Depot, and only eight miles distant. Commutation tickets, six cents a trip. Has the advantages of a WELL-EQUIPPED COLLEGE AND MILITARY ACADEMY, Jargcly endowed by the United States Gov ernment and also by the State of Maryland. All students in "West Point uniform. School, Sunday-School, and Church. Good store, public hall, post office, tele graph station, and express office, Good avenues, shade trees, and large park. Will sell on monthly installment plan, or allow liberal discount for cubIi. Large rebate to builders. Lots 60x200 feet. Only $300 and $400. Will exchange a few lots for city property in good location. JOHN O. JOHNSON, MANAGER, Residence, College Park; Office, 12th and G. npl9-4t5 WM. A. KIMMEL, BUILDING CONTRACTOR. Office and Shop, 1...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 April 1891

" jiR7 ", . t... 24 THE SXJM3DAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1S91. iiwitiiiiaiiiir win'r-i.Miinii i hi. . m If fi. ;tf 51 IUSALi 13STAT13 TRANSFERS. SATUUDAY, Al'Mt. 11. George A. Armes et ux. to John L. Cannon, lot 10, block 14, Armcslclgli Park, Armcs's sub., $2,250. Job Barnard, trustee, to William L. Barring ton, sale under equity No. 11123, lot 58, Georgetown, $3,000. Campbell Carrington ct ux. to Sampson Q. Mingle, lot 177 anil part lot 17G, square 155, Schenidcr's sub., 20.33 feet on Seventeenth street, with use of alley, $22,000. Commissioners of tbo District of Columbia to George W. Talbort, part lot 3, square south Of 1)75, tax deed, $ . Same to same, part lot 4, square south of 975, tax deed, $ . Same to same, cast half of lot G, squaro south of 975, $390. James E. Leo et ux. to John Miller, part original lot 11, squaro 494, $1,500. Commissioners of the District of Columbia to Haunah D. Langham, part lot 11, square 1007, ;? . Henry llcil ct ux. to Emma Jones, lot 33, squaro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

laBitf1rawwt wiiwif iwwwwuwwwHitanwi'iiuwwm'' nmmWWWHBi Ww' W'twratfjfa'"jia "" 'nnfr,'"g fW : .BTIIf w' i. sfMrtflt iflMW, ss, , V H JUrft 39K&ttigr U&titfustl ttiii$gtt:gft VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 26. 1891. 24 PAGES, NO. 6 l i If-ffiMlftj HtmtiMI P0 Im i, BEHRING SEA ARGUMENTS. SYNOPSIS OV THE SALIENT POINTS ON BOTH 8IDKS. Tho Attitude of Both Governments an Presented in Their liriefs The Hear ing in tho Supremo Court Postponed Until October 10 Next. Justice Bradley is still confined to bis house, and It is not expected that bo will be present in tho Supremo Court when it' meets to-morrow. Tho argument In tho Bebrlng Sea case will be postponed until October 10 next. Counsel for both sides expressed themselves as rendy to proceed to-morrow, but tho post ponement is made by the court for the reason that it desired that the case Bhould be heard by a full bench, which tho illness of Justice Bradley renders impossible. Tho briefs have been made public. They are vol...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

m THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 2'6, 1891, j&ib :afc. I ti u ft . it ITS, I'l I W i m'A H m t m I w- ft i A WOMAN'S REASONING ABOUT SOStE OF THE THINGS SU15 SEES IN NEW YORK. Modern Lifo in lionrdlng-Itousei The "Woman 'Who 1 l'opnliir A Hint for Thcntricnl Mnnngor.i A Theatre's Worst Boomerang Tho Business Wo- manN Vroolc Business Women Who Arc Tiresome Tho Small Hoy ns a Critic. Correspondence or Tub Sunday IlKtiAi.n. Nnw Yoiik, April 24. I don't bcliovo that the men of this world arc credited -with being half as good as they arc. Thcnatural instinct of man is to have a homo and a companion. Nino times out of ten, instead of this, ho has a hall-room in a honrdiug-housc, and ho has to take whatever company he can. Very often he knocks round, here, there, and ovenvherc, for a while, then some day he meets a woman who is more or less pleasant and who has the art of making him feel contented, ami ho de votes most of his time after that to her. Everybody holds up their hands in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

MWMf miMmmmmmmmlHgpWn MftfrtraMB,.'tM?-.aB.'r f.-WSMlfrit ,V WfHRh -Ir,,. , '1 V THId: SGNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, i'Sil. 3 immniimiiiiH ninin imujmmt'mmmmmi!'' AMONG THE THEATRES. OPENING OX' THK SUMMER OWiUA SEASON AT AI.ll lUGITS. "Tlio Still Alarm" nt tho National "Struck Gas" nt Hnrrln'8 and Vnrloty nt Kornnn's iTIusicnl Gossip nnd Stage Notes. T Inauguration orAlbuugh's Suinmcr Opera Season. Tho season of summer opera begins to morrow at Albaugh's, when tho Carleton Company will sing Strauss's opera, The Merry War," one of his best works. To se cure finished performances during this sum mer Mr. Carleton wisely reengaged all of tho members of tho winter company, thus saving a great deal of trouble to himself and also giving tho public tho advantage of having artists who havo becu for several seasons to gether and know each other's habits, which gives a chanco for a much smoother perform ance than when strange artists are only called together for a short period. Summer pric...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

i,r W"i! "M9MPani apj- --wHA4.bt . UK s Tl-iR SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1S91 11 lib u V l !i f V) 4i Jr .'r ! 181 1 OBccfiig (ttatfonaf 3nfcfKgcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1S3S. - i - i - .- --- ,., .-.-i- -i..iLrijrin i Entered ut tlio Post Ofllce at Washington, T). G.i as Sceoml-class Matter. J. H. SOUIil5, A. T. IIKNSKY, ' .Proprietors. Editorinl and Publication OHlccn South west Cor. lltlinml KSta.JS. W. $30 BBAVARD. "XHi: SUNDAY HERALD" Is con vinced thntfbero Is an organized cane; of pnper thieves in this city, who follow Its carriers around and tako tho pnpora from tlio door-(tops. Wo will pay n re ward of $30 for tlio arrest and convic tion of any ono of thoso thlovos. $30 REWARD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or TTasli ingbjii. IVhcn checks on banks in other cities -arc sent the cost of collcctionwlll be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

i&Mm&W-m,l-rMrman,.i,M. . v --fcr ( 7 r THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1891, VICTORY TO THE VISITORS. ANOTHKIi GAME GIVEN AWAY IJY THE HOME TEAM. 'Tho Nationals Reorganized for Hotter Work Trott as Manngor of tho Team Othor ProfcsRiouul Games Played Yesterday Armitmir llaso Hall. Tho Nationals lost yesterday's game through the bad nnifl of Davis in tho ninth Inning, and tho uupardonable and churlish baso-run-nlng of Beccher and Ilatflold in the fifth and sixth innings. It was anothv presentation to tho visiting club of a victory, tho fourth ono the Nationals have Generously, out of tha goodness of their hearts, given away this season. There was tho Bamo lack of team work, and tho coaching of mon on tho bases was execrable and mcritod tho disgust of nearly three thousand spectators, who twice saw the game apparently won. and then as many times thrown away. Tho story of tho miserable work of tho team, of its want of concert, is best shown In tho table bolow, whoro it Is ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

) 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1891. 1 P ?2 f! t V fe: 1$) I i& it i '' P r A STILL SMALL VOICE THAT BROKE THE SH.ENCK OF THE NIGIITINTHEBOAKDING-HOUSE And Involved the Htnn "Who Answered It In Grave Physical nnd Conjupnl Trlliulntlons A Tale of An. Innocent Maiden. She enmo to us in nil the freshness o her verdant Indiana innocence, her mission to punch holes on a census indexing machine. Even the hearts of the old bachelor hoarders palpitated a little faster that morning when she sailed into the dining-room with the independence of the hustling West. In spito of the few incongruities in her dress, which failed to reach tho Worth standard of taste, and an awkward consciousness that her cutr6 had attracted general attention from the oat meal and hutter-cakes, there was no denying the fact that she was very pretty, with a fine figure developed and the hearing of a queen. As the landlndy gave tho usual introduction the hlondc-haircd representative of tho Treas ury Departm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

l&0RBM.Tm.-J1 w j rry - hA..HIWH -wh'i ' ifh ,i.ii.Hjlti Br.. jg.j.frito.,jBf . urn: tdKmtsfc&w THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. APRIL 26. 1891. THE LOCAL STOCK MARKET A RKVIKW OP LAST WEEK'S TRANS ACTIONS. Good Di'umndfor "Washington Gas Stock Advancing Tendency In Coluinliln In Htirnnco Indication of Hotter Prices at the Close of the Wook A Good Do in and for "Washington Loan and Trust Htock. Wbllo thoie was a fair amount of business transacted last week on tho local Stock Ex 'Cliatigo, there is little that can he said that is now respecting any of the eaouritles which changed hands. There were no sales of Washington Gas stock until Saturday, 20 shares going for 44J. On Wednosday tho lowest offering was at 40, tho best bid 44. Tho closing bid was tho best of tho week, 44J, with small offerings at 45. A high authority on this stock, such as is en titled to credence, says that tho books cf tho company 6how that tho stock is Intrinsically worth 50 perBharo. Tho dealings last week i...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

- ,. -i y THE.. SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 26, 1S81. i HA XT" TT" jfiL V lb Y IT STTI T7I "Vr Xii JHj 1M m am. WKKWKMWM XI akk i Anli '! trm&mm it BH j At ir ?'' w i I! fi li i i i I' i u The Only Suburban Subdivision Out of Washington that has Macadamized Avenues Bordered with Stone-Paved Gutterways and Wide Parking. More Handsome Residences Have Been Erected There During the Past Year than at Any Other Subdivision on the Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. THE REASONS FOR THIS GRATIFYING SUCCESS ARE NUMEROUS : Its avenues are as dry and smooth for travel at all seasons as the streets of Washington. Its altitude of from 300 to 400 feet above Washington insures freedom from malaria, mosquitoes, and oppressive heat in summer. Its numerous springs and abundant supply of pure sparkling cold water, acces sible to every lot owner. Its picturesque views from the high plateau on which the $250 lots are located, and from the high grounds, the Washington Monument an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

r !!Sli!5E 7 - ,". 'i sf f -jw .- - ,l. -y-TGMSI f"1D.'.!i'- -uteHlWittaUO Jfc Tf jS-r" - , .Y-. w-?rPS'nfflf' 4 .. '-, --rr'4si?asiT-' '''flW'W' JiUrft 39H&fe.l4 H&ti&ttP&l ltttUlgtTW -ESTABLISHED 1800. APRIL 26, I391.( PAGES 9 TO 16 A PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER. A CHAT WITH A FORMER MISTRESS or the white house. Onco tlio First Lady of tho Land Now An Inmato of tho Louise Home Her Memories of "Webster, Clay, and Cal houn Daniel WoliBtor'RSunrlse Dolly Mndinon nntl Her Turbans "White Houso Iilfo of tlio 1'nst and Present Stories of Alirnlmni Iitncoln and tho Wnr-How Young Phillip Spencer "Was Hung Hoav Stonownll Jackson Got Into Went Point. Nellie Arthur, Fannie Hayes, Mollie Garfield-Brown, aud Nellie Grant-Sartoris are the four daughters of Presidents with whom the public Is familiar and whose histories He en tirely within the last generation. Frequent newspaper mention of these young matrons and maidens serves as it were to keep their lives in touch with tho world and t...

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