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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

Hmtttei 3Knix Whli WL&ti&nixl utlli&mcie VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JVTA.Y 11,1890.-16 PAGES. NO. 8 A TWIRLING TORNADO ACCOMPANIED BY ATEKKIFIC CLOUD mJKST, Struck tho Town of Akron, Ohio, and AlmostDovnstnted tho Place Many Per sons Wore Injured, and Great Damage to Property Is Reported. Cleveland, May 10. A Leader special frojn Akron, Ohio says: At 3:30 this evening, in tho midst of a most terrific cloudburst, this city was struck by the worst tornado, beyond compari son, which has ever been known hereabouts, and excepting perhaps the Sharon cyclone of just a month ago. Tho storm struck the southern part of the city and toro through tho Filth, Fourth, and Second wards, doiug damage which cannot be estimated at this writing, but fully onn hundred buildings are completely demolished. Hundreds more are badly damaged. Tho house of Dominick G. Reads, at Cross and Washington btreets, was unroofed, and Mrs. Reades was slightly injured. Alone Brown, Kline and Wheeler street...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

rHE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1S90. AT XXI PALAC X S-e X 4 SEVBMTII S5KiH3E4LJbLSJtiJl"Xa, 13 ouDle tore CjtUT OLiIOl OL MILLINERY. BLACK and WHITE LEG-HORN FLATS, worth 31.50; bargain price, 3e- ENG-LISH LEGHORNS IN BLAOK J.i. 69 cents. Lace Straw Plats, open work, worth $1; bargain price, 45c. Black Plats, large size, worth 49c; bargain price, 19c. Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c; bargain price, 12c Chip Plats, in all the latest colors, worth $1.62; icargain price, $1,19. Trimmed Hats, exclusive styles, worth $5; bargain price, $3.50. LADIES' FURNISHINGS. A drive in Swiss Hibbed Vests, only 10c. Better quality Swiss lltbbed Vesta, at 12c. Elegnnt quality Balbrlggnu, high neck, ribbed Bloovo, worth 39c; our price, 2oc. Silk Vesta, flne qualities, in all colors, worth SI; our price, 75c. A full line of Cotton Underwear at King's Palace popular lew prices. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Our "King's Palace"' Celebrated TJnlaundered Shirts, doublo reinforced, 2100 tinen, guaranteed, Wa...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. MA.Y 11, IS9Q iUrcitlij Hntioiw1 Onlclligcnccr. THP NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18.10. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTAOUSMEO ism. entered nt the Post Offlco at Washington, TO. C ns Socoml-clHRB Matter. J. . II. SOUIK, I Proprietors. . 'X. HENSKY, i A Bdltorlnl anil 1'nbllcntlon OfllcoB, No. 400 Tenth Stroot Northwest. $0 K13AVAKI). "TH1" SUNDAY UEUALD" Is convinced that thoro U an organized Banff of paper thieves in this city, who follow Its carriers around and taho the papers from the door Stops. AVo will pay a reward of $30 for the arrest and conviction of any ono of these thieves. $0 ItKAVAKD. Subscribers will confer a favor by notify ing this onlco when they fall to receive their paper, In order that tho matter may bo properly investigated. NOTICE TO SUnSCllTDEItS. Subscription in nrtwmcc) j)cr year $2. GO Contributors arc respectfully requested to rc f rain from sendtnn to'Xnv. Sunday Hkhai.d news items which have already appeared in other jour nals, as...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

Tt-IR SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY11, 1S90. m THE WORLD OF SPORTS. MANAGER SULI.IVAN THINKING OF GIVING US SUNDAY 1SASK BALL. ASttnilny Game Gets the AVnaltlnBtons Into Trouble Yestcrdny's Gnmo Prevented by llnin "What Our Athletes Are Doing It is probable that tbo Washingtons will at tempt to play Sunday base ball iu tbls vicinity. Manager Ted Sullivan Is now trying to 11 nil out bow the patrons of Atlantic Park feel on tbo subject. Ho Las bis eyo on a new flcltl near tho Virginia cud of tbo Long Bridge, easy of access by botb rail and steamboats, and if proper arrangements can bo made It is probable that ball playing on Sunday will becomo a fea ture hereabout. Manager Ted thinks Sunday games would not affect tbo cvery-day atten dance at tho games. Tho Athletics, of Phila delphia, were warned If thoy played Sunday ball it would destroy their patronage. They played ou Sunday, nevertheless, and the at tendance week days has been larger than ever. The question will be decided this week....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

" .... ,iijj.hi.l JMJ.Shfo$ilAI?fi .-MPlf CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senate. Mr. Allison reported the bill (II. R. 7019) making appropriation for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year June 30, 1S91. Also, n bill (17M)) for the relief of Mai. Joseph W. "Wham, paymr. House. Mr. Snider favorably reported the oill (-ISO) providing for the payment of a bounty of $100 to soldiers who enlisted in the military service under act of July 22, 1801, aud who were discharged on surg.'s certificate or pro moted before the expiration of 2 years. Mr. Smith introduced a bill (1017) granting ricbtof way for .water ditch, etc., across the Q7M. depot reservation in Yuma Co., Ariz. Mr. Honk introduced a bill (1033) granting a pension to Capt. Isaac Risedcn, of Tenn. Mr. Simouds reported with amendment the bill (4047) for the relief of the oflicersand crews of the U. S. gunboats Klues and Chocusa. Mr. Sauford introduced a bill (100S7) to es tablish the Grant Memorial Home at Mount McGrego...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

TPIE SUNDAY HERALD,SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1S90. Are You Going POR YOUR COMFORT AT PERRY'S. a 1 ! A l?au can bo a fashionnblo Fan, und n service able, sensible one at the samo time, but there Is not much breeze to be i;ottcn out of sonio of tbo fan lancies. Is It sensible to carry one of that .sort? Now, wo ailralro elegant things no one more so and original ones particularly, but if a Fan is to stir up a miniature, personal cyclone, to what use can you put many of tho styles you see? For genuine big sweeps of wind, nothing can beat tho old-fashioned, time-honored palm leaf but that is out of tho question, of course Portable breeze something to open and shut, is essential. Wo have a complcto assortment of Black Feather Fans. They aro good to sttr up tho lazy zephyrs first rate. 76c. to $10. Something exquisite is Black Feathers mounted on Tortoise-Shell sticks. 310. Wlitto Feather Fans, 35.50 and 8". You would be surprised how much comfort one of these gauze fans is capable of producing. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

8 Cheviots, Tweeds, Cassitneres, Diagonals, IN PLAIN AND FANCY WEAVES. LAWN TENNIS. I'rospects of n Very Intcrcstlnc Senson in "Wnsliincton. The tennis play is fairly "on," and hence forth until fall the season will be an active one. Never before in our tennis circles has the inter est in the game been so intense, and uappilv we are now on the up-grade, for the game has made a remarkable advance in Washington. To recite the history of tennis in Washington is beyond the scope of this article, but it is pleas ing to note that The Herald has had a share in widening the interest in the game locally. It was one of the ilrst oapers to encourage this popular sport here. Two important events in the Southern tennis world are shortly to occur the District tournament, .May 21, and the tour nament of the Southern Lawn Tennis Associ ation, in Baltimore, June 3. The former is, of course, the regular annual tournament and ex cites great interest among the local players. For the first time since th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

we iVn& WLi&klig Mtxti&n&l ntllit$&mc&x! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MAY 11, 1S90. PAGES 9 T0 D6 DTFFEH IN THEIR VIEWS.' A DULL WEEK IN STOCKS. fl AI.Ii WOMEN ABE NOT IN l"AVOIl OF JEM;AI.E SUFFKAGE. Mrs. Owen, of Indiana, Ono of Thono Who Do Not Think It a Good Thine Hor Konsontt Mrs. Delegate Gnrcy's IMcturo of What Suffrage 1 Doing in Wyoming. The vlows of women on what Is termed the woman question are as diverse as their style of beauty and womanhood. There arc women of culture and high intelligence, for instance, who do not believe in woman suffrage. One of these is Mrs. William I). Owen, wife of Representa tive Owen, from Logausport, Ind. Mrs. Owen is a gentle little woman of the thoroughly femi nine type, apparently engrossed with society af fairs, but by no means so In reality. "I am not in favor of suffrage for women," Mrs. Owen said. "I think it would have a ten dency to cheapen her in the estimation of man kind. But I do believe In women understanding busine...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

I ! 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, IVIAY 11. 1S90. A STORY OF TWO WIVES. 11A11" TKLLS A SXBANGK KOMANCK IN KEAIjIIKK. How n Now York Sinn JUnnitgcrt n Doublo Miirrlnge Denth Kcvcnls the Secret Two Kinds of "Women Clubo Worklnc Girls Versus Literary Women. Special Correspondences of Sunday Hehald. New Youk. May 9, 16V0. All New York Ib out wnlklner nowadnys, and the sunshine brings out tho good and tho bad, Just as It does tho weeds and tho flowers. Not long nsro, -walking up tho ATcnue, thoro was n charmlnjr looking woman dressed In deep mourning, accompanied by thrco handsomo boy children, sombrely clad in black, and a maid, also in mourning. Everybody who looked altor said: "Poor Mrs. Dnh, It was such a happy marriage, and it sccmB so snd for him to die I" Now, that woman is tho daughter of ono of tho richest and best-known men In Now York. Sho was married to a rich man and had a fashion able wedding, a description of which wa3 written up in all the papers, tho brido'a beauty com m...

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

B CTERYBODY U ENJOYED THE T IR, I IF . 8iwii i m ASK YOUR FRIENDS WHAT THEY THINK OP i &Jtf'3-'WHttilHtfa!gaavf jjwii-Fi iwjjwwa-ywife-f.. PRONOUNCED OHANO RiversaalG 1FI THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY MAY It, 1S90. - ii .,-.,, -. ... . i w ' -SSSftl " liBl;B Pnnrnliinoiifnmr' "WHI ilf EMilliii, iff &R A. 1ST X UCCESS AT THE DEPOT. IP,,! F-? 25 una aBi Til E ""Mr"" ""gP"1 111 iWn iindfea IIS THE XIXTIIBSIT, AL W H H AV N Sonic Lots Still for Sale. Fair Prices. Ten Dollars Cash. Five Dollars Per THE R -- - . ' ' - , . jm mn,twmmmmmmemitmm&tm ''' '"" ' ' ' MW Y" - , ' ' " 1 T . i. . ARRIVAL AT THE PARK. at&Km Ai I B BsnpH RBEMnnmn EBHPJkaaaauiaVJI Tl msHKszti I Tr ggjpra SAFE INVESTMENT. -SS 1 BUYING LOTS. LOTS DFOJEfc SALE EXCLUS1TELY BY HANDSOMEST SITES NEAR THE CIT READY FOR mmedieleBuildin 1115 IF1 STREET OZETIBI'W'IEST - .rtMwW fcgrpWWWifci WiitrtmglwgW!" 1 11 iwaHV

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

112 TI-IK SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JVIA"Y 11. 1SQO. i AMONG THE PLAY-HOUSES. WHAT GOKTH ON 11KF01U3 AND UK HIND Tin: FOOTLIGHTS. Tho Itovivnl or "The aHltntlo" A 'ow l'lny Well rrcsontctl by Locnl Actors The mils for this Week Oeiiornl News of the Theatrical World. A fair, all-around performance of "The MIkndo" was given by the Carlcton Opera Company last week at Albnugh's. Miss Lane as Yum-Yum, Miss Carlo ns XanU-roo, Mr. Murray as Pooh-Bah, anil Mr. Bigclow as K'o-Ko, iOgellicr with the good work of the chorus, really carried the opera to the success attained during the week. Miss Lane acted her pait most acceptably, but she. has evidently not re covered sufficiently from the effects of her re cent illness to give much strength to the music of her role. Miss Carle was probably the central , attraction of the rendition. Her personation was characterized by an observance of detail which necessarily lent especial interest to the pait, and made it paiticularly prominent among theothcisof...

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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

i THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JVTA.Y 11, 1S90. 13 IVI I Smooth, Compact, and Dry for Travel in all Seasons. Stone-paved Gutterways and Wide Parkings, now bordered with desirable Shade Trees. The only village near Washington that presents these advantages is HI Which, in addition, offers all the inducements held out to homeseekers and investors by the other subdivisions on the Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad, the only desirable suburban outlet from the National Capital. -A-drstxitebfgfes of -A.ltitui.dLe- Its altitude of 300 to 400 feet above Washington insures freedom from malaria, mosquitoes, and oppressive heat in summer. Almost constant cool breezes lip Eock Creek Valley afford comfortable rest during the hottest summer nights. "W"stte:r and Slxetcie- Numerous springs of clear, pure water abound in the Park. Considerable portions of the 500 acres are well wooded with natural forest growth. IBogLXi-tifU-l "V'wsl From the high plateau on which the $200 lots ar...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

I 1 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. jVIAY 11.1S90. NEWS OF THE LODGES. A BIO HATCH OK imiGUT gossip AHOUT THE FKATKHNITIKS. IZclntion of tho Mystic Shrlno to Mnsonry Bnd "Wcnthor Spoils tho Hnltlmora Colo briillon Items for Kcchnbitcs, Odil Fol lows, Amorlcrm Mechanics nnd Brothers of tho Golden Cross. The following Masonic bodies meet upon tbo evenings of the ensuing week: Grand I.odqc, F. A. A. .1., of the District of Columbia. Mnsonlc Temple, corner Ninth nnd F streets "Wednesday, the 14th, at 0 P. M. Subordinate Lodaes. Masonic Temple Daw son No. 10, Monday, 12th; Federal No. 1, Tues day, 13th; La Fayette No. 10, Thursday, 15th; Lebanon No. 7, Irldny, 10th. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Blue Room: Arminlus No. 25, Monday, 12th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 13th. Masonic Hall. Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, lGth. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 15th. Brightwood Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 12th. lioyal...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

m SPECIAL. Hr RHb HJHB HHBr 1 flH tHl HHHH 0H AXACOSTIA'S ANATHEMA. It Falls on Those "Who Are Mlxlns Her Up With Hillsdale. Ta the Editor of The Sunday Herald: Sin: Anacostla desires to unlock tho sluice gates of its wrath and Hood your space with tho following- complaint: An evening paper, whoso brightness extends no further than its name, is wont to print the law-breakages and head-smash-ages of Hillsdale under the caption of "Anacostla Notes." This tends to impugn the moral status of our community, whereas so near perfection are we that we have only four preachers in tho whole town. Hillsdale is a different dot on tho District map, and it is cruelty to language to stretch a single name so far. True, Anacostla sitteth neither upon the curbstone of Connecti cut avenue nor tho lap of Favor, butsho holdeth in her bosom many dames who giveth fashion nble luncheons. These luncheons are as frequent as the victuals are not. They are appetizers to that degree that in eating thom digestio...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 May 1890

16 0' dl8 1 C IX FLAM MA TION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From the use and well sustained reputation oC PROFESSOR T.A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem It due its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy. D. K. CARTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. R. OLIN, Associate Justice. ANDREW W YLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R. J. MEIG S, Clerk of the Court. R. J. MEIGS, Jn., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FREDERICK DOUGLASS, Marshal for District of Columbia. L. P. WILLIAMS, Deputy Marshal for District of Columbia. ALEXANDER SHARP, Ex-Marshal for District of Columbia. G. W. PHILIPS, Ex-Deputy Marshal for District of Columbia. A. WEBSTER, Register of Wills for District1 of Columbia. STEPHEN J. W. TABOR, Fourth Auditor U. S. Treasury Department. For Dyspepsia and All Stomach ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

Unft 33Hkl:g &&nvil utllCinKv VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, IVIA.Y IS, 1S90 16 PAGES. NO. 9 UPROAR IN THE HOUSE. Mr. Bynum Placed Under Arrest and Censured; WHILE TUBOTHER DEJIOCKATS DE KISIVEIiY DEFY THE SPEAKER. Tho Trouble Caused By Mr. Bynum De nouncing James Campboll, of Pittsburg-, as a Liar and JPerJxtrcr and Intlmatinc That Mr, Bayne "Was Not Much Hotter The Most ExcitiiiRSceno of tho Session. Not since the exciting times incident to the electoral count of lS70-'77 have there been 6uch scenes of chaotic disturbance in the House of Representatives as those of yesterday after noon and last evening. The hurried proceed ings upon tho Tariff hill seem to have unstrung the nerves of the statesmen at tho southerly end of the Capitol, and there have been numer ous exchanges of hot personalities, but tho cli max was reached yesterday afternoon when Mr. Bayne, of Pennsylvania, had read a letter from James Campbell, of Pittsburg, denying in vigorous, denunciatory language the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

THE; SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY18.1890. AT H Ml i 3 1 Q-8 1 4 SJiES VEHXTTIEa: JSlT,l.E3E:llT,. Gric&Lia.a Dbiiole Store. MILLINER 1 1 BLACK and WHITE LEGHORN PLATS, worth SI. 50; bargain price, c- ENG-LISH LEGHORNS IN BLAOK .A.1 69 cents. Lace Straw Flats, open work, worth SI; bargain price, 45c. Black Flats, large size, worth 49c; bargain price, 19c. Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c; bargain price, 12c. Chip Flats, in all the latest colors, worth SI. 62; oargain price, SI. 19. Trimmed Hats, exclusive styles, worth S5; bargain price, $3.50. LADIES' FURNISHINGS. A drive iu Swiss Ribbed Vests, only 10c. Elegant quality Balbriggau, high neck, ribbed sleeve, worth 39c; our price, 2 Silk Vests, line qualities, in all colors, worth SI; our price, 7oc. - 1UH HUG OL UULIUU OUULTWUtir ui aiuij ommi.i;iwiuuH T i'-"- GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Our "King's Palace" Celebrated Unlaundered Shirts, double reinforced, 2100 linen, guaranteed, Wamsutta cotton, hand-made buttonholes. Patent Stays, wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

-''cTSJrf! ir'iwo-- 'i a. j,iAXix.'('7f ojvt,'.7 i - r.T'M.. i JiMiwi.ii.i ijii"-jnuiTJ' i Hivifj - jfinL.i .wm-ymsrx-9'ifxTCX',jri'j6.,i v j "cios?csc araw a iwxti .er?i 7i77Jmir 1 -. r . -JrJs'rs'scr.4rsv v w . .. -? z 1 1 q 1 wfimimmmmjmimwMsmmumwm: 'WOMMaKMMjM The President aud Mrs. Harrison entertained Gen. Sherman at a handsomely appointed din ner on Wednesday night. The table was set in the family dining-room. There were covers for twenty-four. The floral decorations were a centre picco and end pieces of roses and ferns. The shades of the handsome candelabra were of white. For the ladies there were loose bunches of long-stemmed roses, held together by satin ribbons. Besides Gen. Sherman and Miss Rachel Sherman the suests were Secretary Proctor, Senator and Mrs. Stanford, Senator and Mrs. Manderson, Representative and Mrs. Butterworth, Representative and Mrs. Cosgs well, Representative and Mrs. Cutchcon, Rep resentative and Mrs. Dalzell, Mr. Steele, Dr. Gallinger, and Represen...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY IS, 1S9C) iOcclihj llntiono1 Sntclliflciwcr. thf. National intelligencer ESTAOUSHED 1E0O. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABUSHEO lata. Whit-tun ronTiti: Sunday itcitAMi. MAY TO At. V. A. M. S0 CAI.I.WI) FROM "M.UA," Till! MOST ItKAUTI FUt, OF Till". IT.HAItJKS.l F011GEME-N0TS. UY MAKAH. 19 glVCIl number Entered nt the Post Ofllce at "Washington, D. O.i as Soconil-olass Matter. was to J. H. SOULK, A. T. HENSEY, Proprietors. Editorial and Publication Offices, 'o. 40D Tentli Street JJortHwest. To Europe at "The Herald V1 Expense. Tun Sunday Hkiialv lias determined to give n free vacation excursion to Europe to one of the school teachers of "Washington. "Who the fortunate teacher shall bo the readers of Tub Hi:kai.i, young and old, will be left to decide. They must make their choice known by ballot, and the polls will be open from this on to the Sth day of July next. The competition is open to all teachers, male or female, of schools within the District of Columbia....

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