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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

jt Mvmm ft' 1MM'". "iBli li tfll & -.fcwr ttJMrMMr k ., i -Tl'3tifj wtf je" 'ftf" -a THE SUNDAY HERALD, AXJGXJST 23, 1891. 8t1ilH"PWWfliRPIlW''W id r r 'r i THE AllMY AND THE NAVY. AHMY NOTES. Army regulations haVo been amended so n3 to provldcthat tbo commanding general ot each department within which arc "the head quarters of one or moro regiments or ar tlllcry, ivill designate, -with the approval o the Gen eral commanding tho Army, a competent of ficer of artillery to ho attached to the depart ment staff, who shall he designated the de partment inspector of artillery. Ho shall in spect under the direction of the department commander, at such time and in such manner as the latter mav require, the artillery troops of the department with reference to tho methods and progress of all artillery instruc tion and practice, and tho condition of artil lery material, reports thereon to ho rendered to the department commander. During tho continuance of the target-practice season at each ...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

.'. w-.vsstr v THE SCJJNtJDAY HERALD, AUGUST 23, 1891. 3 H' SOCIETY'S WANDERINGS. whkkis WASHINGTON'S SOCIAL LIGHTS AKK SUJIJIKItING ! Mr. Andrew At T.irtucoml) "Wedded to MIsb Iiitmnr llitthorford nt Athens, Gn. Festivities of tlio Suntmor Senson nt Its Holcht nt tho Woll-KnownRoBorts , On Wednesday of last weok, at Athens, Ga., Mr. Audrow A. Lipscomb, of this city, vras Wedded to Miss Lamar Rutherford, of Athens. The wedding, though, quiet and unostenta tious in itself, was a Stato event, 6owol' known wero tho contracting parties. Only a few relatives and immediate friends of the families were present at tho ceremonies. The bride is one of tho best known ladles in Georgia, where sho has been an acknowledged belle both ou account of her extreme beauty and her broad intellectual attainments. Mr. Lipscomb is very well known in this city. Ho graduated from tho Stato College of Georgia in a class that produced many prominent men. IIo is a brilliant young barrister, whoso reputation as ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

Wj 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, ATJQXJSX 23, 1S91. fltV'Vi$gi'VS$f'?i V.'-J AND 'Wccfitg Q)af ionaf Snfcffigenccr. the National intelligencer ESTAOLISHED 1800. The Sunday Herald ESTABLISHED Hit. '" ! . II -I ,. Entered at the Post Ofllco at. Was'hlngton, I. C.i ns Second-class Matter. j. u. sour,: A.T.HE XSEY, i ' Proprietors. Bdltorial and Publication Oillccs South west Cor. lltli nnrt K Sts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. 3ubtcriplion in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should bo made by postal note, mhncu order, or checks on Kcw York or Wash ina'.n. "When checks on bmiks in other cities are sent the cost of collection will he deducted. Washington, Sunday, August 33, 1991. Tdk French licet at Portsmouth is having a Bplendld time, and Infernal weather. ... .. President Hahrison passed his 5Sth birth day last Thursday. Congratulations and many returns. . . Some one has remarked that last week Ver mont -went Stark crazy with enthusiasm, but there was good occasion lor it, and it was in'a . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

l f rW&W THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST S3, 1891. 5 tf EWS OF THE STAGE. her mad, and Lenora dies in his arms. Tho scenes are exciting and realistic. Miss Lewis is said to display great dramatic forco in this emotional character. She possesses a fine physique, and dresses with rare taste. She is supported by a carefully selected company, including Edmund Collier, Arthur Elliot, and Louis Pomoroy. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Next wcok, Senorita El Rio Roy's Specialty Paragons, Spanish Dancers and Mandolinists. STACK NOTKS. i-t I M'M I II I 1 I I I I I ' I ! h1-t I ' n I i I ! M I I I 1 I I I I I I I I l , , it . ri t -! H I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I H I I'l I tM-M I t I I I II M7TTM-t-4-H4-i-ll '.! tt I l I VI NALWEBK OFTHKSUMJUJROPUKA SKASON AT AlillAVGlI'S. s i m , I "I ' T 'I 1 11 1 a j Koliort Downing and IIIh Company Ito henrslng Daily for Their Opening Kext "VVcelCi The Attractions at Kornan'a Ityccutn and Harris' lll.jou. i-l t til ft ' I ? i;l ! f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

pf- If" fv ( r w i-' " THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 23. 1891 I r ! i I AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST PEST. How Itnbbtts nrc Killed by tho Thousands In a Simple Manner. Snn rrnncico Examiner. Australians are rejoicing now because a now and most successful method of hunting rab bits Is fn6t running out the troublesome little animals that infest tho colonies. "The Victorian Government," says Mr. John Murray, of Melbourne, "was so much con cerned about tho plftRue of rabbits that an In spector was appointed under an act callodfthe vermin destruction act, and great efforts vere made by him to find somo method of extermin ation. "Much pains were taken to advertise the matter, and, as a result, suggestions were re ceived from all over the vr orld. Tho particu lar one -which has proved such a godsend to tho country came from Bengal, If my recollection serves me right. It was tried first by the in spector, and the information was thon sent out in pamphlets, and now all over Australia the rabbits are bei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

"1 -I""K' tJqt.r, . vf ' '(Mtt'P f i , (trtl,W ,1" "r- ' T "iM X(j I u -t( v ' , - 'V ' y. THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST S3, 1891. u 1,7 - ' I! THROWING OOL.D AVATEIl. Tiiut Cheerful Individual Who Mnlcos Vjvorj'one Feel Anxious. Botno peoplo aro always throwing cold Wifcr on everything, remarks Kato Thorn iu the New York Weekly, Ouo of thorn will effectually extinguish the most sanguine man in the world. They go about on purpose to dampen everybody's enjoyment. .Their chief happiness consists in making somebody elso anxious and foreboding. Thoy nro birds of evil omen, always expecting that something dreadful is coming. Thoy look for tho cholera next year. Tho grip will surely bo hero, moro deadly than over, next fall and winter. Everybody, almost, Is liable to paralysis. They like to read aloud tho statistics of death and disease. They likoto attend funerals. Thoy frequent cemeteries. Thoy are fond of talking over signs of death and ill-luck. Tho crops are sure to fall this year, thoy ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

-' . " ' TJt 1 ,.!( 9 j ,- , 4 , ,J1 T , j , . H . y ItJX-u WXJ'-T , riE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 23, 1891. s y-1 A M I r r 5. i i 1 I fc u m - i ' i I f h i. IN SEVENTH PLACE AGAIN. TI113 NATIONALS WIN TUUKE SRAIGnT GAMES IN BALTIMORE. Louisville 1h Once More Rolountod to tho Tall End A Very Smnll Attendance "Witnesses tho Finest Exhibition of Ball PlaylnK Ever Soon In llnltlmoro. Special to The Hekaud. Baltimohe, Aug. 22. With one man out In tho eleventh limine, a red-legged Wash ingtonlan went over the rubber with tho win ning run, much to tho disgust of tho 048 spec tators who witnessed to-day's game. Tho contest was ono ol the best played hero this season. Elteljorg pitched superbly, only five hits being made oft his dollvery, although he was wild at times and 6enteven men to bases on balls. But ho kept tho hits well-scattered and wa6 admirably supported. ' McMahou, who has hitherto proved an enigma to the National batsmen, was batted hard, and two of the three runs to their credi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

1UM; -BW---- km n-r ? -,.,-r.-fJti;. .-- .'?.-r--tt f r .3 , l . F,tyui ftttt, . - ,, J r UtlJr1!' tT A K,MWlj( ' .'.' i k , at r tit -V . j&nfr WLklig &tiixn&l ItttHUgm ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, AUGUST S3. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 Pie JimtiJiai HAVOC AND DEVASTATION. HUNDREDS OK PEOPI.E PERISH THOUSANDS BADIV HURT. Horrors of the Hurricane "Were Added to by a Terrible Earthquake Further I'artlouliirH of the Frightful Calamity on the Island of Martinique. St. Finnan, Maiitinique, Aug. 22. The full extent of Tuesday's calamity cannot bo determined. From many parts of the island only vaguo and indefinite reports have 60 far heen received. The mountain roads were in many instances obstructed by fallen timbers and other debris, thus rendering many vil lages extremely difficult of access. Every fresh report brings new details of the uni versal havoc find devastation wrought by the fury of the elements. The hurricane etiuck the island about 7 o'clock Tuesday night. It continued to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

'm '" ''H!4 ' ft' rft' ff - I ' ; 4 r -. .. .' " '-.... ,, .: ,. -VI ,. " v r ? f-0w -T ' t I " - "" It) rHE SUNDAY HERAI.D,, AUGUST 23. 1891. -a Ui j. i wW NEWS OF THE LODGES. MATTKRS OF INTJ3RKST TO MKMHERS OF TUB FRATERNITIES. A Growing Sentiment Against Iilfo Ton Tiro or Ofllco In Masonic Circles Sir Unrrlson miiRiniui's Coinpllhiontnry Dinner Golilcn Cross Items Rcchn blto .McotlnRs The I. O. M, Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson, No. 1G, Monday, 24th; Federal, No. 1, Tuesdny 25th; Now Jemsalem,No. 0, Thursday, 27th; St. Johns, No. 11, Friday, SStta; Hope, No. 20, Friday, 28th. A. A. S. 11. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Harmony, No. 17, Thursday, 27th. Blue-room Armlnlus, No. 25, Monday, 24th; Acncla, No. IS, Tuesday, 25th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whiting, No. 22, Thursday, 27th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood. Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 24th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mouut Ver...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

.IwwSjrfW V" p;--' THE SUNDAY HERALD, .AJUGTJST 23, 1891. 11 PISiTr1! a i 4: hi 'ti .5i,:r, i.f, iv.'.i a FORT LINCOLN ttjf Trlr1 ill CI f XX mlBi A !? i HIH H HI The Above Tract of Sixty Acres of Land Embraces Parts of Barbadoes and Scotland, and the Earthworks of Old Fort Lincoln Still Adorn its Summit, which Affords as Grand a View of the Surrounding Country as can be Found in the District of Columbia. .-". r .' y tJ'i: It is situated in the District of. Columbia, on the Bladensburg Turnpike (Maryland avenue extended), on the B. and O. K. E.? arid adjoins Riere's Station and the Beform School. It is but twenty minutes' trot from the city boundary (two miles) and less than city car-fare by railroad. :' , The above land is now being surveyed and platted by J. C Lang, esq., under the management of Thomas A. Mitchell (trustee for THE FOBT LINCOLN HEIGHTS IMPBOVEMENT ASSOCIATION). Contracts have been made for the building of Ten Cottages during this season, each 20 feet front, contain...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

it X2 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2" 1891. ""WVy"" K1r in 1$ k B 1 1. it ft & 0 , I s is EEAL ESTATE The Question of a New District Building Again Agitated. THE NECESSITY FOE IT IS Tiie Initial S5tei!- Tlcexi Toward rx'ootii'liipr One-lloma of lixtex'ceil" to 13nlllex's unci Keul JSylu-fce DcmIcm. The uc.t session of Congress will probably be called upon to supply the District with that which no othor oi its size In the United States is without u municipal building. For somo time this need has been apparent, but no defi nite steps have been taken to secure from Con gress an appropriation for the construction of 3 building to be devoted exclusively to the offices of the District government. To obtain such a structuro is the pot scheme of Commis sioner Douglass. He has been carefully study ing tho matter for somo time, and, though as jet uo fixed plan has been decided upon, he Is gradually looking over the field and collecting such statistics and data as will enable him to put the c...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

- T j k'.i . HlTmE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 23, 1891. 13 MI REAIi ESTATE TRANSFERS. (Transfers Imvhlch the consideration was nominal -arc not Included. 1 VltlDAY, AUGUST 14. American Security find Trust Company to Orccno D. "Williams, lots 101 and 105, Manogue ct al.'s aub. of lots In block 27, Long Meadows, $491.80. American Security nud Tru3t Company to John A. Slmnw, lots 151, 152. 154, 155, 150, Mauoguo ot al.'s sub. of lots In block 27, Long Meadows, 1,181.80. American Security and Trust Company to James R. Wilder, lots 100 and 107, Manoguo ct al.'s sub. ot lots In block 27, Long Meadows, $4'J1.30. John S, Foster et ux. to Joseph M. Morti mer, lot 78. Olagett's sub. of lots In block 28, Long Meadows, 1,300. Joscpbluo 13. Hicks to The Washington City Orphan Asylum, lots 21 to 24, Inclusive, 'Hicks' sub., snuaro south of 1019, with use of alley, $0,400. Anna S. Krauso et al. to E. W. Byrn, part lot 8, square 925, 14 feet on Eighth street, $2, 300. James li. Spalding etux. to Robert ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

BC 1 THE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 23. 1891. 14 , i t KxiY&ngr cjcctKfcttJnQ. WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. MoVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Fireplaces, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc, CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE "WORK. G. LEE DRURY, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE PRINTING AND DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MERCERV Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., "Washington, D. C. All Orders Will Bo Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. TJENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative IF .A. I 3ST T IE IR; , 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. "Walls and Ceilings Kalsomined. Sign "Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Speoial Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Caesar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. aiming ! ecorating ! u PAINTING IN ALL ITS BKANCHEB, IN TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. Decorating, Gilding, and Bronzing. Esti mates furnished for work in city and country, First-class material and workm...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

Vr - V-I iS ulM MW SfUft f f it fiftn -nSpTV y.. ' ..vr ' j ', J" , f 4. I . THE' SUNDAY HERALD, AXJGrTJST 23, 1891. 15 lostl 55attxfc 2jttJlfei;Si M&&1 lEstfujte jaacJtetfsu fRjfc&l 9E!3JfclJt ffliA:&l,K:K&. g: y," uflr N I ARMESLEIGH PARK. .MR... GEO. A. ARMES, OS1 X105 3T STBI3ET, Has "only a fow of thoso beautiful lots left in "Armesleigh Park" at 35 and 50 cents a foot, and will soon double bis prices if ho concludes to sell them, It having been established thoy are in one of tho best locations for suburban residences Mound the city, on account of tho conveniences of olectric railroads, beautiful -scenery , and a select neighborhood. No lots -will bo sold only to parties well known. GEO. H. PLANT, JM. WM. D. TUIU'IN. PIAHT & TUEPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, 'FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Wushin'cton, D. C. e. q. GUHSOX. I,, c. JUSTICE. GUNSON & JUSTICE, Heal Estate Brokers, OOG 3T STREET IN". W. MONEY TO L...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 August 1891

1 'wjwaWtf .itj.'y wt1,y 'ifmyi r- "- -i v. I nwt("' lJWi !- T k. t v i f f v V TO-? MWftt?W-'i' "J?V 16 THE SXJNB-A.Y HERALD, AUGUST 23; 1S91. ' ? I ' I)- I l& If I c fffc $Uum&tagr ( 3?fcfc0. j G. H. MAISAK, REGISTERED PLUMBER AND G-AS FITTER, Shop and Kcsiacnce 717 Thirteenth 6t. N.E. REMODELING DEFECTIVE PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. EXPERIENCED WORKMEN EMPLOYED. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J. R. QUINTER, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND 1414 RHODE ISLAND AVENUE. CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND G-.A.S FITTED. Lead Burning a Specialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 3027 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 9 REGISTERED PLUMBER, &AS AND STEAM FITTER Jeb Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 015 Seventh street north west Trill receive prompt attention. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW J. SCHWARTZ, ol-ajomcs., EEAL ESTATE AGENT INSURANCE, NO. C05 SIXTH STKEET NORTHW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

V Ati i f j 4- . -y -tt t - t yJ'. . r j ' v . . , ,, , T - t A ..., r' -At o fu , . - . i.Hrir Mt JVwfr 395felf llftiiansti SntiUgttr vol. xxvi. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, AXJGUST 30, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 24. TRAGEDY IN HIGH LIFE. A atOTHKH'S STORY VINDICATING HER DAUGHTER'S MKAIOIVr. A Hitherto SupproKRod l'amphlct Tells the Truth or tlio Tragic Death of UaronosH Mario Vetzera i and Her I.ovor, tlio Crown Prlnco ot Austria. New York, Aug. 2. The World will pub lish to-morrow exclusively In America, but in conjunction witb the London Times, whlcb holds the original manuscript of the hitherto suppressed pamphlet prepared by the family of the lato Baroness Mario Vetzera, who was found shot to death, together with her lover, ltudolpli, Crown Prince of Austria, at Mayer ling, on tho HOth of January, 1SS9. The pamphlet was to have been published to the extent of fifty copies, to bo circulated among a few fi lends in order to vindicate the memory of tbo unfortu nate young lady. But the Austrian ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

' .... I I THE SUISIDA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 30, 1891, ..mt-,tf-i- f E. i , I: $ '. b lf' ? i I c If ' & H ?j I!1 r SENSATIONAL TRIAL. AN RXlMiCTKD KXI'OSK Ol? AI.I.EGMD STAN'DAHD Oil. MANIPULATIONS. I'rlVAto Suit for Dmnnuos for Breach of Fnith-A Now York Broltcr, "Who Claimed to Have Insldo Tips on Oil Fluctuations, the Defendant. New Yonif, Aug. 29 Special. A sensa tional trial iu which it Is expected that the methods alleged to bo used by the Standard Oil'Compnnylu manipulating the petroleum market will be tried in the September circuit of the Supremo Court of the Eighth Judicial District of this State. There aro two suits in which duinagcs amounting to $3S,100 aro claimed for1 breach of faith on the part of Joseph D. Gill, a New York broker, who claimed to receive "tips" from a relative, who is a member of the executive board of the Standard Oil Trust and the facts as set forth In the legal papers in the ca60 would tend to show thiit Gill cither received such advance information...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

TC'"'p THli SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 30. 1891. 3 AVOIDING THE HEAT. WASHINGTON SOCIKTYFL.il S IIITH int AND TIIITIIKlt. JIIho KustlB'AVctltllnj; Tho Koi-oitn Lorr llonOlvomi "At Homo" in Honor of tlio lllrtlulny ofThoIr KImk I'orsonnl Itomn. The marriago of Miss Louisa Matio Eustls, of this city, to Mr. Thomas Httchcoclc, jr., of Now York, was celebrated on Thursday room ing, nt the brldo's summor rcsldenco nt Mancbcsler-hy-tho-Sca. Only a small com pany wob Invited to witness the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Father Ryan, of St. Margaret's Chapel. Tho suite of rooms In which tho ceremony took place was handsomely decorated with flowers, an arch of hydrangeas being the chief ornament. Miss Eustls, daughter of ox-Senator Eustls and cousin of tho bride, played the wedding march as Miss Lulu Eustls entered tho room on tho arm of her brother, Mr. William Corcoran Eustls. A handsome wedding breakfast was served after tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock will spend a part of tho hone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

'lVt? 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 30, 1891. tm rniiwi 11.1 i ' I ., i i i 1 r . r I l" I, F AND TOccfcte Qtftftonftf 3nfcffigcncer. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED I COO. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED USI. Entcrort itt tho I'ost Olllco at-Wnihington, I). C.t as Second-class BInttor. US. II. SOUM I 3T, i .I'roprlotors. A.T.IIKNSET, Kdttorlal ami Publication Oillcoa South vcst Cor. lltli nnd 15 Sts. N. W. yoTICB TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (In advance) per year $2. BO Remittances should ho made by postal note, vumcy order, or checks an New York or Wash' H0t h. U7ien checks on hanks in other cities arc suit the cost of collection icfll he deducted. Washington, Sunday,, August 80, 1991. A nccENT storm at 13oulogno loft tho bathers on tho beach nothing but their native modesty. The harmony which presoges victory hns not yet perched on tho banners of tho Farmer' Alliance. Matiamh Taulioni, the lamous and un rivaled danseuse, whom our fathers knew and revered, is dead. The recent c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD; -AUGUST 30, 1891. 6 iX , " NEWS OF THE STAGE. ROHEKT DOWNING Ol'KNS THE SEA SONA.TTOE NATIONAL. tiiirleton'n Opera Company leave Tor At lantic Oily to Itolioarso "Indigo" Pro fessor Brlstol'H Horses nt Allmugh's IlarrlH Mljoti and Kornnn'a liyeoum. The Cnrlotou Opera Company closed tbeir faeasou of Bummer opera last night at Al baugh's with "Gondoliers." Mr. Carlcton will tako lils company to Atlantic City this afternoon for tho purpose of rehearslug jStrauss' early composition, "Jnd'iro." Wash ington 1b loath to release its hold upon tho company, as was attested by tho reception ac corded tho different members last night. As a matter of fact whero a company of players, or staffers, hold n thcatro for nine weeks, as Carleton's company has done, thoy exercise a friendly inlluonco over tho public. This is shown in tho ease of., Murray, BIgelow, Fltz rerald, Mls3 Laue, Miss Vincent, and, In fact, all the prlucl pals. Mr. Garleton has not been 6lnglug much this season...

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