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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

. , T ... ...-- v. ife...j. -v. i I I vti 6 THE SUNDAY HJKlALJD, AUGUST 30. LS91. ia- I ! I AW f ,1 r - IV ? tf m & , A I t GAY ATLANTIC CITY. HOSTS OF WASHINGTONIANS AT THIS rprur.Ait skasidk kksoiit. ThoHornlil'8,,SpocltUCorrcsponclontllo coraoft Eloquent Over tho Beauties nnrt Festivities ortho rinco now tuo roo- plo Enjoy Themselves. Special to The Sunday Hehald. Atlantic Citt,N. J., Aug. 29. Listen, poor, Treary, perspiring pilgrims of tho pavements and try, whilo you Beck rest in tho fltful 6lumber of stuffy hall-rooms, if you can hear tho faraway cry of merry voicc3 from tho rolling ocean, and in imagination bo ouo of us, for that perchance may help soothe your irritated soul. This must, indeed, bo tho stage that Shakespeare speaks of, where all Joyously worship at Neptune's shrine, for there is a universal bow of inward adoration at tho never ceasing play. Tho scene is painted with nature's brush and when tho curtain drops at evo tho shifters then work eo noise lessly th...

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

UMg4tfitf; OSS3SH3ES .f3- - ' A V )-. V i fW: - "wjm iHiwtfrr THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 30, 1891. t'K' :wjurtuu:,uwwt ? x&zmx y i ' 'THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARM.Y NOTES. Tho following changes in the stations of hospital stownrds havo been made: Iloepttul Steward James Fields will bo relieved from -duty at Fort Mclntdsh, Tex., and will proceed to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, to relievo Hospital Steward Frank Wagner, who will proceed to Fort BIIbs, Tex."'; Hospital Stoward William Book will bo relieved from duty at Fort Lldwoll, Cal., and will proceed to Water town Arsenal, AlaSB., for duty; Hospital Steward Alfred Baur, now on furlough, will, upon its expiration, be relieved from duty at Fort Logan, Col., and will proceed from that post to Fort Ringgold, Tex., for duty; Hospital Steward Charles L. Smith, now on furlough, will, upon its oxpliMtlou, be icllcvtd from duty at Fort Sill, Old. Tor., and will proceed from that post to Fort Hancock, Tex., for duty; Hospital Steward Charles O....

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

ftMw J &5T ij1 'i . ... Ji--3 . i j-. "V . c - . -, 8 THE SUNDAY HERALD. AUGUST 3D. l&9l-. t !. 'J' Itt ? Id liA. ffj" ft !? n lc i. TV! iii. 1" V-: ft 't r i.H Vi mt W7 ! I. i--. a F1 ki ? i it . , !$ f P i ONLY TWO INNINGS. KAIN INTJ5UKUPTS WHAT PROMISED TO HE AN INTERESTING GAME. Spectators ond Players DrenchedBut Davis Say Play Bnll The Milwaukeo TcamContnInsMny Familiar Paces Success Prophesied for Thorn. About 6evcn hundred persons went out to the National Turk yesterday to "feco the local team take the second game from ttao new Association team, which hns supplanted Cin cinnati. They were disappolntod, for rain In terrupted tho match at the beginning of the third Inning, and not even tho almighty votco of Umpire Davis could check It. To his credit, however, bo it said, he did the best ho could, and for some minutes after rain had commenced falling so heavily as to pio cludo tho continuance of tho game, ho insisted that it should go on, although players and spectators ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

Aji-i f." -- . -r fa re i'. ( vi'r wntw fmjrt icrJ.N-3?Wll'l W wi .nmhjtnwM '-' !.. VVI lpi . fMntfgglt-' - 'f ' 1 Mft Mwkl . &tivnistl ntlli$inxv tiSTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, AUGUST SO. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. GARBAGE IN POLITICS. THE CONTKOVEKSYRESULTS AD VAN TAGEOIHI.YEOK ITS AGITATOIIS. Was It to Benefit the City or Jlitko Itoom for Odlcc-Seclcors 'Prospects of n TilvolyTlmo In District A mi Irs "Wlion CongrenH Meets. Garbage is not usually considered as a sub stance which should bo aired to any great ex teut in the nostrils of tho public, but Dr. Uammctt appears to have taken it as his text, in the Introduction of his initial sermon to tho peoplo of Washington. In conversation with a well-posted citizen Inst ovening, Tnn Herald representative elicited the following facts, which will bo of interest to our readers: "I suppose," lie said, "from the recent ac tion of the Commissioners that the next ap propriation bill will road 'for tho inspection,' not tho 'collection of garbage.' ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

WHHMaH 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 30. 1891. SffiSSLlI i J, '? It, B M I IJ8& vr. i W 6 it Pi- I r r l PA i 4'b iU.l Fi iEavf Ft r& ( w ': it ?.i. fl? NEWS OF THE LODGES. CHAPTERS THAT OSl'ENHEW VOK THESUaiMKU RUSUME "WOIUC. Items of Ilvc Interest to 'tho atomliera of XocalSccrol Societies Activity In Odd Follow Circles Golden Cross nml I. O.M. Notes. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings or tlic ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple National No. 12, Tuesday, 1st; Washington Centennial, No. 24, Wednesday, 2d; La Fayette, No. 12, Thursday, 3rd; Lebauou, No. 7, Friday, 4th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral: Osiris. No. 2G, Wednesday, 2nd. Blue-room Columbia, No. 3, Wednesday, 2nd. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth and Pennsylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 4th. Uoyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Xa Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 1st; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday, 2nd. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth and Pennsylvania avenue Mount norcb, No. 7, Thursday , 3rd....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

BTi-.tjprgg -,' J, ,v( V, pjf J- m a m ma m tl'll fill THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 3D, 1891. T 1v P 111 T W Mm JL 1 w P Jii 11 11 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 - r- ?' It is situated in the District of Columbia, on the Bladensburg Turnpike (Maryland avenue extended), on the B. and O. E. E., and adjoins Eieve's Station and the Reform School. It is but twenty minutes' trot from the city -boundary (two miles) and less than city car-fare by railroad. s It.. V f . 1 ( 1 I k Ji'. M The above land is now being surveyed and platted by J. C. Lang, esq., under the management of Thomas A. Mitchell (trustee for THE FOET LINCOLN HEIGHTS IMPEOVEMENT ASSOCIATION). Contracts have been made for the building of Ten Cottages during this season, each 20 feet front, containing seven rooms, h...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

SH -J"- J. ' ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, ATJOXJST 23, 1891. unit J-l HI i f i t li It. V' KrJ V 7; EEAL ESTATE AM) BUILDING. Evidence That the Usual Fall Increase in Business Has Begun. fOLOT BEACH PURCHASED BY A SYNDICATE. ANwubev of Wnlilii:t:oiiliiiis Thcre-Kcal Estate , From too records for tho past week in real estate and building operations, it would ap pear tbntihe summer dullness is about to take wines, nnd that tho activity which for 8evoral years has been remarkable in theso two branches of bueiuess is about to be re sumed. Every year this same dearth of busi ness comes as soon as Washington is visited by its first real hot spoil. It Is but natural that this should be so as the moneyed people, and these are tho ones who deal most largely in realty and building, leave the city for their summer vacation. But this dullness is no indication that tho ridiculous assertion which ha been made that the bottom of real estato values in the District would fall out was about to occur. On the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

vv c "p ryp'i 7,T "- f$rwf V ,w i . f'T'ifaj z i-rqpr- f TT ' f 'wi&v' Vfjff-''' ?f TiW w THE STJNIXA."Y HERALD, A.XJGTJST SO, 1891. 13 ItEAli ESTATE TRANSFERS. (Transfers In wliich the consideration wns nomlnnl are not inclnilcd.l riUDAY, AUOUST 31. Hugh V. Bcatty eb ux. ct al. to James P. D.irtt, lot 108, Perkins et ul.'s sub., Lanier Heights, $3,150. Thompson E. Caldwell etux. to Charles T. Caldwell, lotQ 1 and 3, squaro Oot), also all real estate which first party may acquire as one of the heirs of Thompson B. or Mary A. Caldwell, hIho land in Massachusetts, quit claim, $300. Mary A. Coylo (oxecutrlx of Fritzhugh Coyle) to Mlna StraBburgcr, lot 10, Coylo's (executrix) sub,, squaro 482, 20.45 fedt on cast side of Eighth street, with use ot 8 foot alley, $18,000. Mnrgorot L. Gaddis et" vlr William to Isabella M. Alden, lot 35, Groff's sub., squaro 80-1, subject to trust of $4,000, $7,750. George W. Rogue ct ux. to John W. Cooper part orleinal lot 4, squaro 1010, 15 feet on E s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

rwwuaiiiWWW tP,,TCf7 ", MTm1,wVli TynrH'Va Hit , I ill. -,1lf llfrfiHmr..iiiin,.nn.w mi.-....,. ..,, . ,n-r-l.' -- 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 30. 1891. &VKliSKk& L. W. SPEAR. '5EORGE C. VIDETTO. EHH5s ! i r ' 1JP 4 i) If !i ?n 8,& Kill i" !! 4 'I i1 J r WASHINGTON ART TILE CO., JOHN F. IVIcVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Firoplacos, Siate 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, OENAMBNTAL HOUSE PAINTING ;':-. . ' ''' ANDk' DECORATING. 720 SEVENTEENTH STREET. WM. MEBCEB, Practical Painter and Decorator, 1404 Fourteenth St. N.W., Washington, D. 0. All Orders Will Be Promptly Attended To. THOMAS S. BENHAM, House, Sign, and Decorative PAI3STTBR, 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings Kalsoniined. Sign Writing, Gilding, and Graining. Special Composition for Damp Walls AGENT FOR Ceesar Patent White Enameled Letters and Numbers. a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

Vf THE SUNDAY HERAID,- AXJGrXJST 3CX 1891. 15 i-j .. , T 5&X&1 Biteit: JHjWJUiKSU . fEWl 23Jtt: !$iiZ:&t7ZX& Witt W&t&te ?3:i?SV; Ps ARMESLEIGH PARK. MR. GEO. A. ARMES, oar i-aoo it s-x'itjaiijx, lias Qtily a fow of thoso beautiful lots loft In Armoslelgh Park" at 25 and 50 conts a foot, and will soon double bis priced if ho concludes to sell them, it having beou established tboy aro in ono of the best locations for suburban residences around tho city, on account of tho conveuiencca of electric railroads, beautiful scenery, and a select neighborhood. No lots will be Eold only to parties well known. GEO. U. 1'LA.HT, JR. WM. B. TU11PIN. PLAIT & TURPIN, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, National Safe Deposit Building, FIFTEENTH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE., Washington, D. C. E. Q. GUNBON. Ii. 0. JUSTICE. GUNSOH & JUSTICE, Heal Estate Brokers, GOG IP STREET IS". W. MONEY TO LOAN. Sioo to Si.ooo, S1,000 to SIO.OOO, $10,000 to $100,000, AT 5 PER CENT. PER ANNUM. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 August 1891

j""" "' "'HK.. HlwtBiWrtwMry . v. Wl's' gt r v-fi- ,. isff v 1 ' (PJW V -.-rtfrV f , f . , , - v.. v , . If y, J. ,JI 'Sl.,J 16 THE SXJKIDA.Y HERALD, AUGUST 30. 1S91. .-. is l& V. l 11' ; S ! f I I FOR THE RICH AND XOBIiE. British PnporsPnylitttlo or no Attention to the Poor unci Miserable. St. Louis Republic London Letter. English thought is not so bold, keen, dar ing as American, if we nro to judge- thought by the newspapers of the day. Nothing so coon and so forcibly strikes an American as the strong contrast between British and Amer ican newspapers, the push, progrcsslvencss, the wide outlook overall creation, the variety, the vivacity of Amorlcnn papers nro not seen in British. The greatest of the London papers, Times, Telegraph, Standard and others, have no Sun day edition. I was told while in Scotland that in nil Scotland not a uowspaperis pub lished on Sunday; but drunken men stagger the streets and ragged, barefooted women with babies in their arms stroll them. British ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

" '35 11- s.r 7ttsrm i -ft . . ? , t ' ' ' V JUtfr JIBSklr Hlatxxrnl iftttieUttJc:g,. VOL. X WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1891.-16 PAGES. NO. 25, PfS,? 1? W lKf WW 'jjf 1 gft 11 it ii it mw WWII ii PAPAL TEMPORAL POWER QUESTION OF ITS RESTORATION TO HE CONSIDERED. Unexpected Importance of tho Catholic Congress Just Closed in Berlin Ar ranqomonts to Convoke a Groat Inter national Congross of Catholics. Copyrighted liy Associated Tress. Berlin, Sept. 5. The Catholic coneress which opened on Sunday and hold Its closing sessions yesterday assumed unexpected im portance. Ovor a thousand delegates were in attendance. Tho leaders of tho Centrist party present included Hcrr Schorlemer-Also, presi- - dent ot the congress; Prince Lowenstein, Count Ballestrom, Baion Heoremann, Prince Salmsalin, and Baron Keteler. A resolution was adopted declaring that tho time had come to convoke a groat international Catholic congress for tho consideration of the question dt the restoration of temporal p...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

4fc arf t . THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1891. 1 THE CHARGES DISPROVED. Indisputable Testimony Clours Mr. I'red UrncUott. Some one with n fancied grievance, anil as suming to speak for the Grand Army of the Republic, but nevertheless apparently actu ated by malice, some days since filed n letter with the Secretary of the Treasury alleging that Fred Brackott, late Chief Clerk, during his whole term of office objected to the ap pointment of old ex-Union soldiers, and fav ored the appointment of ex-rebel soldiers and and their offspring. Any one who knows Fred Brackett knows that such a charge is false and malevolent. The journal of the twenty-second annual encampment of the De partment of Potomac, G. A. R., shows the following resolution, which passed unani mously: Resolved, That this encampment expresses its confidence in Comrade Fred Brackett as a friend of the Union veterans, and feels under great obligations to him for his many acts of kindness toward our comrades In his positi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

n THE SUJSLXDAr? tJERALD. SEPTEMBER 6. 1S91. 3 m WK n 10 iU I SUMMER AT AN END. Tins ciTV nAriwiiY i-'ii-MNb ui with itKxtmxixo pisoii.e. Wasltlticton'B Sootnl Throng Ijoavo tho Mountnlns, tho Valley, hml the Sea shore for tho Comforts of Homo Tho Somon Horo "Will Soon Begin. Tho most important event at the Presiden tial cottago during the week was the arrival or Mrs. MaKto and Mrs. Russell Harrison from their European trip, of the delights of Which they ai o exceedingly enthusiastic. Mrs. Russoll Ilnrrlson. will eo Westward almost Immediately. Notwithstanding tho fact that Mr. and Mrs. Morton have boon announced as tho guests during August of Mr. Bliss, at Saratoga, Mrs. Morton only arrived from Europe during the past Weok. Hor daughter, Miss Edith, came with her. Secretary Blaluo and Miss Hattie Blaine attended tho reception given recently by Ad miral Walker, on board tho Chicago, at Bar Harbor. Mrs. Wniauiakcr and the Misses Wana maker are expected homo in Octooer. A very pretty ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

W-ftt!- ' n. M "Jy .' ""-,Tt 'ffli- THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1S91. s I b fr it i- I- I r AND Y?, ccfUg QJafionaf 3nfcfftgcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED UOD. THE SUNDAY HERALD ttTABLISHED U!t. -t- Enterctl nttho FostOfucc nt Washington, I). C.t ns Second-class Matter. J H.SOUM3, j. Proprietors. A Editorial nml Publication Offices South west Cor. 11th and KSts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on JKIew Ibrfc or Wash inoUn. IVhcn checks on banks in ether cities arc ttnt the cost of collcctionwill be deducted. The Editor of TnE Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possets their communication, if unwed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient importance to Justify publication will be wel comed from any one. and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors are respectfully requ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1891. 5 NEWS OF THfi' STAGE. I I H I It I I 1 ) ) IHW.I I I 1 IMMMHHI II II II 1HM1 II tl II IIH II ll-MMMI .TTTmSm .1 Ti . iTmm I... rrMTtTHTTw??? i JANAUS0II13IC OPENS THE IiKGlTI MATK SKASON AT AUt'A UGlt'S. Primrose ami "West Minstrels Will Af ford A Weeks' Amusement' at the Na tional Will Durton In "Torn Sawyer" Kcrimn's lycoiim AUi'A'ctldns. . t I I I II III BIN I I IIIW1 MW Ifl ( M I:Vj I1' .) To-morrow evening will inaugurate the .reg ular season at Albaugu's Grand Opera House, and Janauschek and her company imJames M. Martin's beautiful romantic drama, "The Harvest Moon" will bo the attraction. This Is a new departure for the peerless Janauschek, who is familiar to our play-goers in 6uch plays as "Macbeth," uMeg Merriles," "Mother & Son," etc. "The Harvest Moon" will bo the only play in Janauschek'6 reper toire this season. While it is 'new to Wash ington it has been successfully produced in other cities, und the management is saugulne th...

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

frhi INr - If?-. 1-... -f" -y - . . w a ; 13 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6. LS&l. '.? 'y jj)ffiy ' ' HfRr1? y.(M,f uii!! ic It:' A j N h S k). 143 n l4i IXfl l&i tf) I", He r n i h1 IF? THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Ybo following assignments to regiments of officers recently promoted In .the artillery arm have been onlered: Mnjor Frank G. Smith, promoted from cap tain, Fourth Artillery, to the Second -Artillery, vice Campbell, deceased. Ho -will bo assigned ton station by tho commanding gchoral, De partment of tho East. Captain TetcrLeary, jr., promoted from first lieutenant, Fourth Artillery, to tho Fourth Artillery, Battery D, vice Smith, pro motcd. First Lieutenant Harry L. Hawthorne, pro moted from second lieutenant, Second Artil lery, to tho Fourth Artillery, Battery L, vice Lcary, promoted. Additional Second Lieutenant Thomas M. Lamorcaux, Fourth Artillery, assigned to a Tacancy of second lieutenant In tho Second Artillery, Battery B, vice Hawthorne, pr motcd. Ho...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

mWgSP ., - , rtf TFJE SUNDAY -HERALD, SEPTEMBER 6, 1&91. Svk I 'WJflWWWflWW jlIS'jEwTO Mi'tiW!"(lirMf n HOME AGAIN. Alice Writes of the Ohnrm of Getting Uncle to Onc'rt ItclongingH. My Deau Louise: Tbo first fall arrivals catno with tbo advent ot September and in a week or so wo shall once moro have settled down to tbo enjoyments of autumn in town, witb Its mild riccompanimentg'.'bf Rosstp, in formal dinners and such. The ultra-fashlon-nblo sot, however, do not showup'untinatc In November. Londsdnd Tuxedo have Un failing charms for the autumn, and this year tbo Newport season will bo unusually pro longed. The marriage of the noted beauty, Miss Sallio llargons, to Mr. Elliott, will bo celebrated in All Saint's Chapel, Newport, on the IStb of September. Mrs. Whitney has out invitations for a series of dinners in September and other gayetles are on tbo. cards. To the greater number of people tbo return to sbops and brick pavements is delightful. However pleasant tho summer outing m...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

!i -.H-Z , ( v fl- fJiw .j-V!- V a vW"f)l'VgWijp'- AM, 'w'AiWf' .fwww(-in7WT r Tr -r sj--r-wrt j . k-ft-rfc-'r- vt . -.a''v" t !"-.''. j -' --..pM? ft' IF! s rHE SUNDAY HERALD. SEPTEMBER 6. 1891. - . .,- - W( ., " -"- -P .-- t. if ".-; r: " h I fei 1 it r Itt ita I i . if M 1 HONORS WERE EVEN. THJ: HOMK TKAM. WINS ONE GAMK AND T.OSK THK OTHER. Tu Spirited Contests Witnessed ly a flood Crowd Outfielders IMny in Mud Ankle Deep Umpire Kerins Affords . Amnsemontfor the Bleachers. Tbo Nationals and Columbus played two interesting contest yesterday afternoon, and despite tbe unfavorable condition ot tno weather something like 2,500 pooplo wcro within the enclosuro and witnessed thogamos. The trounds wero soft and slippery from the heavy rains of Friday night. The out-ficldors in places wero nearly ankle deep In tho soft, cllngey yellow mud that Is plentiful on tho lot. It -was marvellous how well tho men played under tho circumstances. During tho last gamo there were several interesting a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 September 1891

(J"-, I s. ,.jto.n- jr ., !4 f. mK V pPWpfl? sKti -ft 'vw '"WfiwflW vf' "wwwv'sd"'!'''"''' yn,i hi nmnyiiimw &ntx Mzkl aticce:l inielUsetittetf established isoo. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. .1." S-fM( i I INDIANA FOR BLAINE. I'OLITICIANS AND TH14 PRESS SAID TO DM AGAINST HARRISON. His Xolclo Course Has Alienated Many of H1b Itornior Staunch ITrionrts llovoy Is Oholco for Vice President McKJnloy in tho Rnce.' " Mr Charles 13. Marvin, of Indiana, has just returned t,o this city from a viilt to his native State, chuck full of political information. He Is well poatod on tho situation there and is qualified to speak authoritatively. In conver sation with a III3KA.TD representative ho said: "Can Harrison carry the Indiana delegation? No, sir, cor can ho hopo to eet more than a small portion of it at best. Tour years ago the opposition to him was of no consequence, the great bulk of tho party being for Harrison with no second choice, but Tiy his icicle coursche hu3 aliena...

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