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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

10 TI-IE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1S91. NORTHWEST ALEXANDRIA! WASHINGTON'S HANDSOMEST SUBURB. " -loo-?,' fcv Wife VKv- ES, E- fr ? ' i y; 15 1 IP I i I Ih it lS. iSA .'. IIs K4 tv ut v Five Miles of Beautiful Streets -.;.'. f "- '.$-'" I m. JjAj A SIXTY DAILY TRAINS ZBIET"W":Ki:E2sr WA .. IX CENTS FARE. TWELVE MINUTES' RIDE. ,'',,:"' ! ', J'' i)-r .3' ' J s -- 'H .V,':1i'-. J? -A- mm dn C TS, NOT FANCIE3S: IT IS A FACT THAT Twenty-five thousand dollars have been spent upon the streets of "Northwest, Alexandria," that they are the handsomest of any suburb around Wash ington. IT IS A FACT THAT sixty daily trains land passengers within nine hundred yards of "Northwest Alexandria ' and that the trip is made to Washington in twelve minutes, with only a., fare of six cents. IT IS A FACT THAT MOUNT VERNON AVENUE, as surveyed under authority of Congress and accepted" by the Secretary of War, runs through "Northwest Alexandria." IT IS A FACT THAT nearly every public building in Washing...

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 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

Jll IIHI'I nil 'lVjt pfHfl - i &,fimww THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAV 31. 1891. 11 I, CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE OIF ZFTUSTIEI SHOES AT 900 SEYENTH STREET, COEMER OF I. Notwithstanding tho Immense amount of shoes sold in the last few weeks, wo havo a groat amount of durablo stock left from which to select, amonc which wo havo tho following: . Ladles' Flno Dongola $4 Ilantlsowcd Button Boots, marked down to only $3.23 pair. Ladies' Flno Dongola $2.50 Oxford Tics, in latest styles, tipped and Common Sense, marked down to $1.50. Men's Flno Calf and Kangaroo $3.50 or $4 Shoes, marked down to $2.50. ' 500 Pairs Men's Flno $3 Calf Shoes, in nil styles, (as marked in our window,) $1.08. Bctwoon 800 and 900 Pairs Misses', Children's, and Boys' Shoes; must bo sold at half price. Wo havo a number of broken sizes in Misses' and Ladies' Shoes; to bo sold at $1.25, just about half price. You may find a pair to lit and secure an unusual bargain. Hundreds of customers who havo attended ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

M" r !! Miii ' .Y i liLAXmMjl. T t T" w "IBI VI -Tli'-r'lT iiwi rtfl' .5 WC i, TliWSJflit w r Bg , . . 'i-'-w.....,.. 4-; ', ! 4 . i mi, 4 J t "" i(. 4 rtifi . .' jft T. vV uT' w S ( )l IP 1 &EyHHHHhMiSIJ 1 1 Tin &BS&axB&2t:-MimV' m wuti ucrss?: ' mtivrrVt&ezzzs&jmmi&2&t iLyss3sr tnmmffssjr 'Xsi1vr:' a KxeuTsaacsaM V V u Mm J, It 8H-, 1 1 n i J i 'W IN ; i i IF i ji . :'"'"ti?!-fl8i .r'.viiiBi' BI,ffI" stfr--" .m"ih -U( ",,mm;H,i The President and Secretary Halford spent J yesterday In Philadelphia, and participated In the Decoration Day exercises there. Their presenco was missed from the balcony of the White House In the evening at the hour of tho Marino Band concert. Tho time of the con cert had been designated as 4 P. M. in order to accommodate the children who have been several times disappointed since Easter Mon day ecK-rolJlnK was deferred on account of weather. But the band did not appear until 0 o'clock, owing to having participated in tho Arl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

i s tir,''kNvw(- wvV t lV ifrllfuWmiflfl'Vm'fc tflhlk .m- V"J Jm A.'!" THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. MAY 31, 1S91. 18 GOSSIP OF THE IfeTRLS. Alico Confides io Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. My Deau Louise : Social events here Lave reached the fow-aud-far-betwecn period. What is left of society is giving itself to bc novolont work in the shape of strawberry festivals, pound parties, etc., for tho benefit of tho young of tho human raco left to tho proverbially "cold charity" of tho world. The only excitement wo cau anticipate Is the Juno wedding season, when several ceremonious ceremonies are on, tho cards. As the most im portant preparation for tho summer flitting', tho girls aro getting up stunning wardrobes, groat In variety as well as number. Tho lat ter point is essential, for many fresh changes in summer gowns aro dc rigucur. In tho way of f rcshnesB, Is there anything moro difficult to keep presentable than tho pretty suedo shoes now so fashionable? But 1 can impart to y...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

rifrljlfrft, WHttrtfeiMMB J4 mpSU1HWwMEEBWR. r-frJ . Ill WHMMIJHWIMPM'HI)I r?ssm& Vfc-k,-4t (4. K MKW --iwf rrr.ttfm-?r? rfr rr "tsrtit-. t .1st,-S,1'fe Mv ..,! lttit. t lk t ct itt .- 1kA W . t ii'-1ti - .- 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MCA.Y 31, 1891. s sura , i. ? "t . , r W I DS COM k..' ' . ii i 1 1 ODEL, 9 v 1 :fl -rW- I' f ! i Seventh Street N. W. . ii We can't afford to have our business controlled by the weather. Business must go on, regardless of the elements. Time is fleeting and soon the season will end. We have applied the lever to start the stuff and our Mammoth Spring Stock will have to move. Prices now below par, and if you miss the opportunity to get an outfit now you'll have only yourself to blame. Below we mention a few only of the many good things we have in store for you. MEN'S FORM-PITTING- PANTS. Those now marked $5.00, reduced to $3-62. Those now marked $3.50, reduced to $2.60. Pants that are marked $2.50 will go at S1.S7. And one lot of Pants, about 110 p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

f wW'm'iw - frw-jMwarwtffp ',.., .,,v,,,s s. THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, TvtAY 31. 1891. 15 , "T-r-Iti I --II ' I"" - '" ''""V M1" ') I MM Hi i mWlIU.m,jJ,.1UMlJm)jlllt I I NEWS OF' THE LODGES. MANY MATTJIKR OP INTEREST TO MENDERS Or THE FRATERNITIES. IjChIeo HnppenlnRH and Personal Mention Among Masonic Circles Notes of thu RochabltcR Tho Golden Cross nnd In dependent Mechanics. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15. Monday, 1st: Pontalpha No. 33, Monday, 1st; National No. 12,Tucsday, 2d; "Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 8d; La Fayette No. 10, Thurs day, 4th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 5th. A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Catho dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, Bd; Blue room: Columbia No. 0, Wednesday, 3d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 5th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. fi, Monday, 1st. Masonic Hall, Unloutown Anacostla No. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

' M I 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1S91. TO THE GREAT LAKE PORT t - j: V$1 RST SALE LIMITED TO ! LOT an Your Only Chance to Secure a Safe and Profitable Trade Centr nt in the Creates orthwe IRZELAJDJ IRIEJLIiQ.! 4 f g ',5. SUPERIOR is located at tlie HEADWATERS-of the GREAT LAKES: SUPERIOR is the GREATEST SHIP PING PORT ON LAKE SUPERIOR. SUPERIOR has the LARGEST DOCKS IN THE WORLD, 3,000,000 tons capacity. SUPERIOR has the GREATEST ELE- 1 "VATORS in America, 23,000,000 bushels capacity. SUPERIOR has TWELVE RAILROADS, -with 16,000 miles of trackage. SUPERIOR received and shipped 2,250,000 TONS of COAL in 1890. ' SUPERIOR received and shipped 20,000, ' 000 BUSHELS of GRAIN in 1890. '- ' ' CittiiV W'l ZEIE-A-ID I -, ',.-, O S.C ' SUPERIOR -LUMBER MILLS have an nual capacity of 200,000,000 feet. SUPERIOR has the LARGEST STEEL and IRON WORKS in the WEST. SUPERIOR has the Largest Shipbuilding Plant West of Philadelphia. SUPERIOR has 35 Important Diversified Manufacturing Industri...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

Ty v OifJWIX'ili inn Ih n,m m m.mji;i!i' ii''jpiirnyik" n'.i1 mf,,mtv !,!,, !:pvtV, i i..Hjiiiiiji JWWTP j&& 3fflia:g Hetiijcmad lttiUigjm:& i' SUNDAY, IVT A.Y 31, 1S91. PAGES 17 TO 24 twjsi it v-i-y r-qrac7ryr?f yy, 553ji!f Plf jntntaii IN PRIVATE HOUSES. THE USE OF THE ELECTKIC MGIIT GRADUALLY INCREASING. The Now Method of Measuring tlio Amount of Electricity Consumed Tho Electric Mat Lean Eear of Elec tricity Than Formerly. The loud and continuous ringing of a bell rather startled a Herald reporter as lie en tered the new store of the "Washington Elec tric Construction Company, and ho paused on tho threshold. Tho ringing continued until Mr. Charles S. Pardoe, one of the members of tho firm, said: "Would you be kind enough to step from that mat?" The reporter was standing just insido tho door on a mat, which ho learned later concealed an electrical appli ance which rang a bell. "We feel perfectly secure," said Mr. Pardoe, "in leaving our front room without any one In i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

( A V -...,-.mn ,wiiiMmw mi niwnii'"S'"iDi''iMimi' ii !. , S..M -- f i '$ S& TPIK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JVTA.Y 31. 1891. -j a iS8fci If SS ?tf PJ iiJU) II? s-tC . It- it! I1.. 'lli N ! I 51 te w r Jul ?.' IJ' I tfl. ft'?- 2 Sin 3: . & y: IM?; I" I I Si 8? Bf iW V ,' 4 BUITjDING notes. Tbo thr.ee old brick houses on Twolfth street, noxt to tbo Palais Royal, will bo ro modeled by tbo owner, Mr. A. II. Sonford, ami converted into modem store and office build ings. Another story will bo added, making four, and now fronts of Hummclstown brown stono and pressed brick. Tbo improvements will cost $430,000. Architect C. A. Diddcu is preparing plans for n three-story and cellar store nud dwelling .to be erected by Mr. Charles E. Escherlsh at 1743 1 street northwest. It will be 21x72 fact in size and have plato glass show-windows that will be continued as bay windows, with slated tower tops. Cabinet mantels, electric bells, speaking tubes, and Introbe stoves will be used for the inter...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

W?n" jvj t r f-fk -t V 1 KT-i rfw'ii,""!rfj,?7 SSPf v-t , z tmnmmim-irm9t' . , .. .. 4 T 7 lfc - - "tJfC THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 31. 1S91. 1 TIIR FUTURE OF WASHINGTON. What ft Southorn Correppniulont Has to Siiy About tho Nnf lonnl Capital. Cor New Orlcnnn Plcnyuno. Enthusiastic Wasulugtonlans nro indulging in propbccics and visions of the future extent and magnificence of the National Capital, which aro as fascinating as the structures pf the imaginative artist who builds castles in Spain. This city, thoy say, is to outstrip tho capitals of tho old world in beauty, and to rival in population Paris, Borlin, or Vienna. Tho prophecy of beauty may bo said to have been fulfilled, for there can scarcely bo found in tho world a lovelior city than Washington, especially when adorned with tho rich Juxu rianco of spring. Thero aro grander and more Imposing cities, but none moro beautiful. Such is tho verdict of all who behold Wash ington at this season. With the advent of spring, tho ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

ftr - --- -xt -. -"; TWiS 7 "?3 --.- fc 1 V - . w " -r I4 fl,)tM , , 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1891. fmmtm-r- WfWflp Ti. . . -Vk li-. REAli ESTATE TRANSFERS. miUAT, MAY 23. Frances A. Buckingham ct vlr Frank M. to Sarah C. Wright, lot 171, square SOI, Walker's sub., $2,800. Commissioners of tho District of Columbia to John C. Law;, original lot 9, square U28, tax deed, $18.73. Same to same, original lot 10, 6quare i)2S, tax deed, $25.37. Same to same, part original lot 11, 6quaro 928, 21 feet on west 8idoof Ninth street, tax deed, $ . Thomas l)e Loach to Gowcu W. Brooks, lot 10, square 801, Acker's sub., subject to debt or $350, $1,4SS. George J. Eastenlny et ux. tt al. to Charles 1'. Mallery, part lot 11, square 10S4, $ . Henry U. Fowler et nl. to Walter S. Fowler, oricinal lots 10 and 11, squaro 799, $ . Chailcs Ge6sford ct ux. to Edmund D. Overland ct ux. Emma JM lot S3, squaro 917, Slater's sub., subject to trust of $3,000, $5,500. 13. F. Gilbert ct ux. to tho Tacoma...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

v. . ,-,- v ,- t - "fc V ,.-,"' vir . - i i ....... . - iiuikxi. i 4 - 4. KM." ' J; ' v ',, THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 31.1891. 21 1 ' " '' !; " ' H RUSHING IMPROVEMENTS. 'Two Hundred Men and Teams nl "Work In Northwest Alexandria. It is astonishing how quickly tho almighty dollar will transform woodland and field, hill, and dale into a picturesque village complete with ovcry convenience. The celerity of such a change is forcibly Illustrated by the rapid yet thorough manner in which Messrs. Vadon -& Co. have pushed the improvements lu Northwest Alexandria. On tho 10th of May Tub Hkka.iu gave a full description of this aicw subdivision, upon which work had just begun, but one would never recognize the property as it then stood as being the hand- '6omo suburb of to-day, so great a change has been effected. Northwest Alexandria is probably unsur passed in street improvements. Twenty-five thousand dollars have been expended thero in this direction alone. There are probably few W...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

WKHifir-"?; ' &--, Vi. w JS,fcr . fcmj, fewa,. 4J t vtif t m I 4 . IS . ld . , k u 4r tftl i 4M .-V- kv4 4.Min. 41fl. x 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1891. 1A ,"1 'i 1 'I it ! i " i M i i rti' i ,M s I 1 I I REAL ESTATE NOTES. G. F. Williams tans sold to C. W. Handy for $S,2S0, lot 7, Washington Heights. J. A. Settle has purchased of T. Doylo for $5,480 lot 18, block 14, Meridian Hill. A. L. Derby has bought of A. A. Lipscomb etal. for $5,750.10, lot 0, block 42, llolmcad Manor. W. P. Kelloejr has sold to W. W. Johnson for 50,000 sub. 100, square 134, 20rl00 foot on Eighteenth, between Sherman and R streets northwest. 11. P. Marshall has purchased for $9,124.S4 of J. Julie Camp lots 18 and 10, block 7, Kaloratna Heights. A. A. Lipscomb has sold to C. E. Foster for $13,207.50 lot 29, block 44, and lots 21, 22, and 23, block 47, Holmoad Manor. The District of Columbia has purchrscd of A. M. Ely and Jcoso C. Weir for $4,500 each lots 23 and 24, block 10, Meridian Hill. The-...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

SpWiif1 rptrenipqh- -t &- - Tf -y ft, yfW T. . f i TflifTJTJ f THE; SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1891. 23 BUILT OYER GOLD VEINS. WHAT AN OliD FJtOSL'ECI OR SAYS OF Till: NATIONAL CAl'ITAI. fSomo Startling Theories Advanced Apro pos oTtlio Discovery or Gold-lloarlng: Quartz in the Koclc Creak l'arlc Grounds Undermining; the Capitol and Monument. Mr. 11. Ross Terry, member anil legal ad4 vlser of the Rock Creek Park Commission, was asked by a Herald reporter it it was true that ho had assented to the order presented by Mr. Coleman, attorney for Mrs. Truesdell, -one of tho owners of the land embraced within tho park, granting permission for the contin uance of tho steps taken to develop tho gold quartz veins lately found on her farm. Said Mr. Perry: ' 'There has been no such assent by mo and no such order as has been represented. I was informed that a vein of gold-bearing quartz had been discovered on the laud of Mrs. Truesdell by two mining ex perts who had been heretofore emplo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 May 1891

X 24 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 31. 191. TO EXTINGUISH FIRES. r (i i .1 i k Tho Ingenious Automatic System 1'lnccd in the Jackson Mills E. E. Jackson fc Co., dealers in lumber and building materials, have furnished their ofll ce6, mills, and lumber yards with au auto matic flro extinguisher, which is attracting considerable attention from business mon in this city who have large establishments. Tho device is that known as tho "Grinnell," of Providence, R. I., and from an inspection of it by a Hekald reporter last week it appeared to be most effective in its character. Though simple in details it is an extensive apparatus, which it has taken 6omo timo to put in. Any one entering tho premises of tho firm cannot but notico tho iron pipes an inch or inch and a half in diameter, which run through every part of them. In the office, near the celling, through tho mills, and oven through tho largo sheds in tho yard, in fact, everywhere that pipes can bo run, they have been placed. Along ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

; tWWUMfc. 9WH .vAfc'r"t.' VPt !! - )! . j VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNE 7.1S91. 24 PAGES. NO. 12 phe Hmttfiati nm 'THE DOCTORS HAVE LEFT. .AND THEHtnONDSMANIS WOKKIED ABOUT THEM. They I'nid Tholr Landlady Deforo They Went, But They Loft at Niffht Without Saying Good Kyo Will Thoy Keturn A Kill n ? "Drs." Goorgo F. Whitney and Dudloy N. Dlekcrfion, tho two "Governmental doctors," whose doings and arrest were glvui in a previous isauo of The IlnnALD, have dlsap poaied and tho police have no official infor imation as to their whereabouts. The de tectives 6ay that their bondsman, Mr. M. Mc Cormick, has been running around head quarters, requesting them to look the doctors tup, but as thoy have no reason to do so until the case comes up before the grand jury the detectives havo made no move in tho matter. At the boarding-house of Mrs. Crist. 41(3 Sixth street northwest, where the "Govern -mental doctors" held forth, it was learned from the. proprietress that the physicians and the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

Wfy THE SUNDAY HERA.LD, SUNDAY. IUNE 7. 1S91. FIVE CENT SAVINGS f Union Savings Bank, Second .National 3Ba.nl iOxxild-ing";, 500 Seventh Street Nitli-vcst9 'Washington, X. O- BANK HOUKS, 8:30 A. M. TO 3 P. M. SATUEDAY EVENING, 6 TO 8 P. M. BANK Am MM 11 GUARANTEE FUND P. H. SMITH I. G. KIMBALL A. M. LOTHROP JOHN TWEEDALE T. A. LAMBERT -. Muj. F. 0. AINSW0RTH, In charge ol the Record and Pension Division, War Department. LEWIS BEHRENS, Baker." GEORGE W. CISSELL, Proprietor Arlington Mills. C. C. COLE, U. S. District Attorney. CHARLES AV. DARR, Ratcliffe, Darr & Co., Auctioneers. W. C DUVALL, Real Estate Broker. N. P. GAGE, Supervising Principal Public School. , C. B. GOLD, Gold, Barbour k Corning, Bankers and Brokers, New York. H. A. GRISWOLD, President Anacostia Railroad Company. The Union Savings Bank will open its doors for the transaction of business with the pub lie on Wednesday, the 10th of June, in the Second National" Bank building, 509 Seventh street northwest. Of beneQt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

ir jjws. sw &' . -" ' WTf-tKjKfrF ;TTW(WWr'Wi(KlKWVWI I3W rtrrIV,FWfti'..-v t-tfifcfc VV-I , wnf J Vs" cv-M''-ii-.. n-'t-f"". i JZ- "ft .,r- i T - i w CTEC I- l , (. " ' ' ' .!. ..1 !. 1, j . I Wi ' f ' a)---- JStnLJhfrf.. .. rffM i XMKSOiSCJDAY HERALD, S tJ NT DA V, JUNE 7. 1S91. 3 tflfl r, i HI SUMMER OPERA PROSPERS AN HXCF.IiliTiKT WEK3 BUSINESS AT BOTH BOUSIS. Old Jfavorltos or Which tho 1'cople Never Scorn to Xlrc AttractiT Bills for tho Coming Week. There Is nothing like tho good old operas with their melodies that never tire to fill tho theatres. No two operas sung with much frequency nowadays have heen before tho public longer than "Fra Dlavolo" and "Tho Bohemian Girl." Tho former was given during tho early part of tho week at Albaugh's to crowded houses, while tho latter at tho National all tho week was listened to and applauded with enthusiasm by fine audiences. "Tho familiar lyrics of each were well rendered and received encores as tumultuous as if in their fir6t seas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

"ffi""V p-tti aj 4 TMK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. P i HI' 0e knbap erafb nccftifi Qtafionaf Unfcfftgcncer. The National Intelligencer tSTABUSHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED !f. Entered nt the Tost Olllce nt Washington, J). C.i ns Second-class flatter. J . n. soui.15, 1 ..T.HKNSKY, j' .L'roprlctors. A Editorial and Publication OfttccB South west Cor. 11th and K Sts. N. "W. The population of Irclaud shows a falling off of nearly half a million since the last cen sus. This is the severest commentary possi ble on England's management of Irish affairs. The Germau socialists are protesting against the present high tariff on corn in that country. ' It is now in order for American protectionists to call the tariff reformers socialists. It has long been complained that the Ameri cau Navy was made up of foreigners, but it was not generally thought our Army was consti tuted in the same way. The developments in the case of Albert Blackman, charged in San Fran cisco with the mu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 June 1891

-s -" -w w,r.,;np)H.,'l pfuwy. Ijrgg'. jpsp - -f ''laiBM) fiiwgWplPWiiilWliii ttiiiWwtwi MMinfeffP)" iWMiiiit'fy ilgi'liwii) MrtrtWW' uiL-ii.fjj.irai n THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 7, 1891. rv -.t; ' i - " - ' i' wmmmm BN i tf: tl ' SI RAIN PREVENTED PLAY. TBK NATIONALS AVILLHISK AKllKST BY M.AYING TO-DAY. Baltimore "Wins at Louisville and St. Louis Defeats UoHton General Iliise liall u u (1 Athletic News of the Weolc. Cincinnati, June 0. The Nationals did not play here to-day owing to rain which pre vailed. It 13 given out that they will attempt to play on Sunday, which, If so, will lead to the arrests of the clubfe at tho conclusion of the contest. Manager Snydnr Ir negotiating with two pitchers of tho Western Associa tion. GAMES YESTERDAY. Louisviin:, Ky., JuucO. Rain interfered to-day and Bcveral times tho game was -called because of showers. Tho grounds were in bad condition but tho name was close and interesting. Hits when hits were needed won tho gamo for Baltimore. Attend...

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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