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Description: February 27, 1892 Local News Page 16Date: February 27 1892
Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.
The Evening Star February 27, 1892 Local News Page 16
The Forestville (Md.) schools chaperoned by teachers, Miss B. A. DAVIS and Miss E. G. RUDE, is doing Washington today.
The Rev. J. M. KOEHLER, a deaf mute clergyman, will interpret the confirmation service to deaf mutes at the Church of the Ascension tomorrow wvwning at 7:30.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. PERRINE, formerly of this city, will regret to learn of the death of their only daughter, Francesca WENDALL, in her seventeebth year, at Minneapolis, Minn., February 11, 1892, where she had been a student of great promise in the art department, State University.
A colored man, Samuel HARVEY, indicted for the larceny of satchel and clothing from Peter MAYHEW on December 14, in the Criminal Court yesterday plead not guilty.
James THOMAS, charged with housebreaking, was released, the grand jury having ignored the charge.
Rev. S. G. LAMKINS has written a letter to rev. R. A. ARMSTEAD, acting pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, declining to have his name need as a candidate for re-election as pastor of that church, in which capacity he has served for six years.