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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

JVnfc WLhlig Wl&ki&n&l illi&tncX! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 20.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 BEFORE HIS OWN SHRINE. TOUCHING PICTURE OV AUGUSTIN DALY AT "WORSHIP. Herald Reporter Talccs Advantage of His Semi-Entranced Condition and In terviews Him "With the Aid of a Sllnd Rcadcr Alleged Ideas of the MannRor. August Augustin Daly ! Yes, it was be. That square-crowned, rare old hat, those baggy trousers, those expansive feet above all, that Impressive pose of deep abstraction, that mystic, eerie, awful air of self convicted genius It could be none else. Soli tary as became his lllustriousuess-ness he stood in an attitude of reverential, almost prayerful contemplation, reposing his crooked and emi nent elbows on the breast-high guard-rail which runs round behind the ultimate row of seats on the orchestra floor of the National Theatre. His Jovian jaw was firmly yet softly set; the westerly elevation of his face was eloquent with all the surface symptoms of gentle reverie and two day...

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 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, A1PRIL 20, 1S90. THICKS OP PRETTY WOMAN. BAIl TUI.T,S A STOKY OF TWO HEARTS STRANGER THAN FICTION. A Soclnl Comedy In Four Acts Drawn From Life. "With lloal Characters A Husband Who Was a Pillar of Virtue, Rut His Wlfo Was aTrino Too Cloror for Him. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New Yoiik, April IS, 1890. ETerybody Is in a Btnto unllko Mr. Bellamy's book tbnt 1b, they arc not looking backward, but looking forward. It Eccms to bo taken for granted that all the world and bis wife arc go ing some place this summer, but not, however, until after the races, after the beautiful June days, and af tor the weather has quito decided what it intends to do. The woman who wants to make the most 6how on tho least money goes abroad; she buys no now clothes for this per formance, she gets her winter outfit over there; if she has friends she enjoys herself hugely, and if she hasn't slio knocks about sight-seeing, economizing, and feeling herself altogether th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1890. 11 I M I THE ORIGIN VLi MIND-READER. Mr. J. Knntlnll IJrown Declares that Ho Tnuclitninltop IIlsTrlclcs. "I clnlm to be tho original tnind-rcadeiV said Mr. J. Randnll Brown, who will give an exhibi tion of his powers at the National Theatre to night. "Years beforo the late Washington Irving Bishop was heard of I had given exhibi tions of what has sinco been called mind-reading in Chicago, In Now York, beforo tho faculty of Yalo College, and In connection with tho lato Dr. Gross, of Philadelphia, one of tho most eminent physicians and scientists this country has over produced." "You know Washington Irving Bishop, did you?" "Know him ? It was through mothat ho was made aware of his powers bb a mlnd-rcnder. I showed him how to develop his powers at my rooms in Now York in 1877. Bishop soou went to England, while I went to tho "West and Aus tralia. In England Bishop won great notoriety, and on his return to New York this English voguo at onco w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 30, 1S90. AMONG THE THEATRES. EOW THIS: l'WUitO WTLIj in: a:iusbd THIS 1VEKK. Wilson Rtirrott nt the National anil tdglit Opera at AlbnuKli' A I'ino Rendering of Ruck's "Light of Asln"Vromlcd by tlic Choral Society. The Inst engagement of Mr. Wilson Uarrctt anil bis London company in Washington prior to their departure for England will be played at the New National Theatre this week. There is no question about the heartiness of Wilson Barrett's welcome on his return here. As actor, author, and manager he i6 esteemed and appre ciated in this community, and ho is sure to achieve additional popularity durine his present engagement, lie will present one novelty during the week, in a new and original modern society drama by two voung London journalists, Addi son Bright and Jerome K. Jerome, entitled "What Women Will Do." He will also, by general desire, reproduce that beautiful and picturesque dramatic story of the Isle of Man, "Ben-My-Chree." He will,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

13 RLTON iKjri 1 Lots in Grove of Stalely Old $5 and $5 Per Month. AVENUES GRADED, PLANK WALKS LAID GUT, AND LOT! NICELY CLEARED UP, FREE OF COST TO PURCHASERS. UIVO $5 and $5 Per Mouth. nnrinyvirr atj nnrn Lots in the Health-Giving THE?SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1S90. up tmr ALL m th I u nmu $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month, HAIL COLUMBIA! THE STOCK OF THE BANK IX STRONG DEMAND. -Columbia Kailroiul Also "Wanted Amori can Security Active Grapliophono Droops Electric Ught Shows Weak ness Telephono Improves Bonds Flat. The strong tone on Columbia Bank and the unusually large sales have been the special fea ture of the business during the past week, and the amount of stock marketed and the will ingnessnay, even eagerness to buy more with the strong advance in price shows not only the satisfaction with which the buying public have received the news of tho settlement of the question as to Mr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

L4: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20,1890. NEWS OF T?HE LODGES. KNIGHTS TKMFXiAR PKKI'AKING FOU THE PILGRIMAGE TO BAMIMOBK. Several nunctred of Them "Will Go An other Honor for Brother Roomo 2few of the Roohnbltes, the Order of Amerl enn MeclinnlcH, unit the Odd Fellow. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Lodges. Masonic Templo Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 21st; Fentnlpha Lodge No. 23, Monday, 2l6t: Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 22d; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thursday, 24th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 25th; Hope No. 20, Fri day, 25th. A. A. S. B. Sanctuary- -Cathedral: Harmony Blue Room: Acacia No. 17, Thursday, 24th. No. 18, Tuesday, 22d. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. C, Monday, 21st; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs day, 24th. Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 21st. Koyal Arch Chapters. Masoulc Temple Washington No. 2, Thursday. 24th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 25th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3, Tuesday, 25th. Comman...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

15 LOOK I LOOK! LOOK. F" O R, THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1SQO. JRL TE5T1 JEZLi Lar e, Beautiful Lots at HALPINE, It 1 o ;m ii n l)j j. Two miles this side of Rockville. Station on the Place. Fourteen Trains to and from Washington Daily. On two county roads and line of Proposed Electric Road to Rockville, Near Churches, Schools, and Post Office. treet aded, with Ten Feet Five hundred ace for Sidewalks. hade Trees in Fine Growing Condition, Six to Each Corner Lot and Two to Each of the Other Lots. Remember, these are Not Small, Narrow City Lots, hut Fine, Large Garden Plots. The Land is Rich, High and Dry, with Fine Views of the Surrounding Country. Each Lot is in Full View of the Railroad Station. Lots 60x160, and Some Still Larger. Tliere stxe Totxt 140 Lots Ixi -A.11. V I '. r o 10 TP IrLT. $150 FOR INSIDE AND $200 FOR CORNER LOTS! These are Worth from $300 to $400 Each. Tlie Owner Wishing to Dispose of them at Once, Mas Placed Them in Our Hands for Quick Sales. TERMS: $1...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL SO, 1S0O YOUR LIF IF SO WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING miatKABLbr m. The Finest Chemical Preparation in the 'World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. (I KS :i.J$odl inflamma tion, dyspepsia, indigestion, catarrh, WEAK AND SORE BYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA 3IORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRIKEA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH,. CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From tbe use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOlt T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem i due Its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of Its efficacy. D. K. ARTHUR, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R. J. MEIG S, Clerk of the Court. R. J. MEIGS, Jr., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FREDERICK DOUGLA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

tefalft JVttfc 3HUkJl:g $&tima:l 3,ttiUi0jmtf VOL. !XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1S90 16 PAGES. NO. 6 BIG SENSATION IN GOTHAM. TAMMANY LEADE11S SCOUCHKD UN MEKCIFULLY. 'I'olltlcnl Circles Agitated to an Unusual . Extent by Unninglng Testimony, Show Iiik Bribery or tlio Grossest Sort A $180,000 Corruption Fund. New Yoisk, April 20. Tlio Senate Committee on Cities, or the Fnssett Investigating Commit tee, held a sensational session In tho Court House to-day. Tammany leaders were scorched unmercifully, and Richard Croker, Mayor Grant, and other leaders of tho Tammany or ganization were handled without gloves by Lawyer Ivlns, counsel to the committee, and Chairman Fassett. All tho local political cel ebrities were present except the personages who were under investigation. Patrick H. McCann, whoso sister is Richard Croker's wife, was tho first witness, and his testimony afforded the sensation of the day. In substance, he testified that, at tho suggestion of Richard Croker, he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 27. 1S90. BARGAINS AT KING'S PALACE Grrand IDoixTblo Store MILLINERY. BLAOK and WHITE LEGHORN PLATS, worth 31.50; bargain price, Q5c- ENGLISH LEGHORNS IN BLAOK .Afc 69 cents. Lace Straw Plats, open work, worth SI ; -bargain price, 45c. Black Plats, large size, worth 49c; bargain price, 19c. Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c; bargain price, 12c Ohip Plats, in all the latest colors, worth SI. 62; bargain price, SI. 19. Trimmed Hats, exclusive styles, worth S5; bargain price, $3.50. LADIES' FURNISHINGS. A drive In Swiss Ribbed Veste, only 10c. Better quality Swiss Ribbed Vests, at 12c. Elegant quality Balbriggan, high neck, ribbed sleeve, worth 39c; our price, 25c. Silk Vests, fine qualities, in all colors, worth 1; our price. 75c. A full line ot Cotton Underwear at King's Palace popular low prices. G-ENTS' FURNISHINGS. Our "King's Palace"' Celebrated Unlaundered Shirts, double reinforced, 2100 linen, guaranteed, Wamsutta cotton, band-made buttonhol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

tstnrrilnv .ti....liiHiiM Milt . .Ml m, SiiJLssdiuWn iHlr?SSWnA UfdTuiH owKhalEni micSly n5ifinfi Mnfli A54h?A3,rxs-i- J(H Tulll IICl- II llllltl wm UJi'lHT -T . V M II tf-T7Ml',ir'77i'y'.VIVl. 'SWi.nMiytW.YtfKS.X.t I VL'j7XfA BST -iSS-TrSTSSir ' .JUiMJHll H-UI irSaTS Hi. IV 1 I lir .A III I Vv imMtt3Sy'arViT?9f.o :..i--' -!- , ; """"' W 4 iil5UfiM The past was one of tbo cayest weeks over known in tbo Whlto House. On Tuesday the Army and Navy reception came oil, on Wed nesday night Mrs. McKeo's dancing party, and on Friday tbo surprise party to tho guests to bear tbo London bell-ringers. Tho daneo in the East Room Wednesday evening was tbo event of the social season, now so fast waning. Tho creat room never looked more beautiful. Tho lings nnd banners used for the reception tho night previous were still in place. The mantels were f rc6hly banked with lilacs and roses. Tho other rooms of tho sulto were profusely adorned with foliage plants nnd (lowers, and tho deli clous music of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1890 iUfcitlij Jtntionn1 SnlclliQcnccr. Thf. National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD EfiTADUSHEO 1866. Bnterod nt tho Post Ofllco nt Washington, D. C, nsSocond-olnssMntter. J. H. SOUX.K 3' .Proprlotorsi A. T. HENSEY Edltorlnl and Publication Office, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. Suicide is already painfully common In Wash ington, and when the tarifl debate opens in a few days it i6 to be feared it may develop into a regular epidemic. If a commission is appointed to codify the laws of the District of Columbia the scope of its work should be extended so as to include also a codification of the schemes now before the pub lic in one way or another forsettling the railroad problem. Theso schemes have multiplied so rap idly of late that they aro already quite bewilder ing. The worst of it is, they seem no more likely to speedily settle tho question than the tangled skein of colonial, Maryland, and District laws on our statute-bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 27. 1S90. WHERE IT IS. GARRETT PARK is situ ated in Montgomery County, Maryland, on the Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, twelve miles northwest of Washington City, extending on both sides -of the railroad for more than a mile. This high, healthy and beau tiful tract of land is from 300 to 400 feet above the level of the National Capital. It is the natural terminus of a boulevard from the proposed National Park. Large Lots. The residence lots in Garrett Park average 10,000 square feet. Bear in mind that the so called cheap lots in some other recent subdivisions do not av erage more than one-half of this area, and therefore two or more of them actually cost more than one good-sized lot in Gar rett Park. A lot of the meagre dimen sions described affords no gar den spots or foreground or pleasant surroundings, and persons of taste and good judg ment will-not purchase them. A BRHjIjIANT AFFAIR. The Reception and Ball of X.ogan Cum),...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for Tin: Sunday Herald 20c. per month, delivered at your residence early Sun day morning. Sknate. Mr. Evnrts introduced a bill (HC01) for arrears of pension to Mrs. Mnry E. Murray, wife of Col. Edward Murray, Into col. fith Kcgt. N. Y. Heavy Art. Mr. Reagan introduced n bill (3002) to repeal all the laws of the U. S. providing for the retire ment of olllcers of the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps from active service with pay. Mr. Hoar introduced a bill (3C08) granting a pension to Mary C. Winslow, only daughter of John A. Winslow, who commanded the Kear snreo in the light with tho Alabama. Mr. Sherman introduced a bill (3013) for the erection of additional quarters at Columbus Bairack6, Ohio. Mr. Blodgctt introduced a bill (3(514) to in crease the efficiency of the Insp. Gcn.'s Office. Mr. Hearst introduced a bill (3028) to provide for a subsistence detachment, in the Army. Mr. Allen introduced a bill (302.l) granting to the State of Wash, a section o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 27, 1890. WM II. McKS KW. (SucccsHor to K. II. Taylor.) ln. Ave, X. W. Let us impress this upon your mind: We are the only exclu sive Ladies' Furnishings House in the city. We secure the newest and choicest "Novel ties" in Wraps, Cloaks, Suits, Blouses, Jerseys, Gloves, Ho siery, Underwear, and Chil dren's Goods as quickly as they appear. We have received the last few days the handsomest line of Ladies' Suits, Wool and Silk Blouses, Blazers, and' Ladies' Shirts and Shirtfronts yet brought to this city. Particular attention is called to the Ladies' elegant "Nov elty" Suits, which are made with straight draperies, finished with a silk sash. A loose front Jacket takes the place of a basque. These suits are worn with the Ladies' Shirts, now the rage. Beautiful line of Fancy Wash Silk Blouses, in attractive fancy stripes. Also, Surah Silk Blouses, in plain shades, viz.: Black, Cream, Navy, Cardinal, and Nile-green. Excellent line of Outing Cloth and Fancy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 27. 1S90. AN "IIP ME Fifteen Dollars is a popular price but that isn't the reason OUll SUITS and OVBli COATS in that grade arc such pleascrs. Blindfold yourselves to the price and you'd buy them for more on their merit. Let us tell yon so7iiclhin(when WE go to work to make up our line for the season wc don't try to see how LITTLE yoodness wc can yet into than for the money. HUT HOW MUCH. Every year our facilities have bettered and we've improved. Wc haven't seen any thiny offered at $20 by other peo ple that compare with our $15 tirade as it is now. You know what pleases you. Look inone of our middle Seventh street windows and see if it isn't there. Not ONE but several. And that isn't half the variety, eitJtei The rest of them arc un stairs in stoclt. The Suits are cut on the fasJrion ionablc patterns SacJcs Sinyle and Double Breasted and Cuta way Frocks in plain weaves and fancy. Plain Black Cheviots yood as $30 will build at any tailor's. The Overc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

JUrft 3BKkl U&ixjcm&i ttiJU0ttJC ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 27,1890. PAGES 9 TO IB LIGHT EXERCISE THE THING THE rilYSICAE CULTUUE Will CDC GIVES THE EHST KESUETS. SystomntloUso of Neglected Muscles, With out Appnratus, "Which Would Prevent Jinny Painful Ailments An Interesting Article oh n Timely Topic. Tho subject of physical culture, long con signed to neglect, is bcginnlug at last to obtain a sbarc of that attention which its importance demands. Never have men worked harder, physically and mentally, than now; never has there bceu such minute division of labor and concentration of tho faculties within narrow limits, and never, therefore, has there been so much occasion to provide a system of education calculated to restore that fair proportion be tween tho different parts of the body so essen tial to health and happiness. Yet in our days the gymnasiums arc resorted to by comparatively few. To the many tho term "physical culture" is identical with exer cise, and exercise is a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

'V io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY APRIL 27. 1S90. BAB GROWS SEVERE. SHK T13r,LS WHAT WOMUN 1HJT W1TII FUOM DUESSiUAKKHS. VV Ami Tolls a Tnlo "Which "Will l'lnil an Kcho In tho Hearts or Many "Women "Why Should Womon Stand What Men Wouldn't Tolerate V ISpeclnl Correspondence of Sunday Hkuald. New Yohk, April 23, 1800. If you are a woman, there arc times In your life when you like to get a good, strong, henlthy mau whose vocabulary In tho direction of pro fanity Is equal to his slzo and have hlra swear at other women. Thero aro nlco women In the world, there aro women who are good business women, but thero aro some who ought to havo a string put around tholr nocks and bo lowered to tho bottom of tho sea. Every now and then somebody gets up a cry of "Lo, tho poor dress maker 1" but tho average wall and tho honest onols, "Lo, tho poor woman who depends on her!" If tailors treated men tho way dress makers treat women men would tako to making their own clothes lu self-defonso, but thoy neve...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1890. 11 NOT STUCK ON THE WEST. SOME THINGS "WHICH MAKE AN EAST ERN MAN HOMESICK. Experiences of n Young Engineer! n Hnlf " Suvago Frontier Town In Wycnn I n e The AViUl Cowboy, the Tin-Horn Gam bler, ami the ClRnr-SmoMtig X'omnlo. "Yes, go West, young mau, go "West," re peated a recently returned Washington mining engineer, sarcastically, almost bitterly, when Horace Greeley's advice was given by a by stander to n reporter of The Sckday IIeiuld. "Go West, and see some of the experiences that I have seen, and If you don't ootne back willing to live forever on $3 a. week In Washington rather than be a mtllloualro on the frontier there Is more of the savage In you than appears on the surface. I give you my word," tho young engineer continued, "I would rather have a $l,000-a-yoar job in Washington than an Income of $20,000 If I had to spend my life in one of those wild border towns or settlements. The man who goes to the far Wcet must make up his mi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 April 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL, 27. 1SQO. AMOjStG the play-houses. UIT,I,S THAT AKU OKl'KKKl) l'OH Till: coming ivnnu. "Natural Ons" nt tho National anil Contin uation of tltcldght Opera Season at Al bungli's Concerts and Other nntortain tnonts Mr. Kcrnnn'uNcw Kntorprlse. Tbc Appearance last week of Miss Alice Carle, who came to the rescue of Mr. Murray ami the remarkably good chorus, went far toward re deeming the Carleton Opera Company from the strong impression of mediocrity made by its rendition of "Nnnon" the week before. "The Brigands1' was rendered, and the Opera House was well tilled throughout the week in attesta tion of the popularity of Miss Carle In this city as well as a special friendship for the catching music of the now familiar opera. It is no especial compliment to say that the work of Miss Carle as Fiorclla eclipsed the central figure of the opera, for Mr. Carleton is conspicuously open to criticism as an actor. His love scenes arc farcical, and his other sce...

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