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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

ratiTQf&iatihm&. -mum (V - ' J X V -l J-Ji ' . J - -v .,,. v . ' ''WiftW'ViiiMiaisl-iljhgfiBJiwgpllJSlwifiii THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER1S, 1891 ku',, ..t!, ..uj,, , fc. ' f 6 M ft 14 Wood's Commercial CollogOj 407 EAST CAF1TOL STREET. This college was established In 1SS5 and has been constantly advancing until at pres ont it is one of the best commercial institu tions in "Washington. Moro than 150 pupils were enrolled last year. Studies: Book-keeping, arithmetic, business writing, spelling, grammar, business practice, correspondence, type-writing and shorthand; also lectures on Civil Government, Commer cial Law, Banking, llistory and Geography. Terms: 1 month, $5; 8 months, $10; 9 months, $25. For cataloguo address COURT F. WOOD, LL. M., aulG-tt PRINCIPAL. MRS. J. T. DYER (Formerly Mrs. Flora C. Dcnnison) Will resume her classes in dancing on Satur day, October 3, at 3:30 p. m. for Misses and Masters, and at 8 p. m. for Ladles and Gentle men. "Will bo pleased to 6eo all form...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER, 18, 1891. 15 Wfci m H' TIM fl. KEKSEY & CO., 3Eeal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 1300 V STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Flno new houso on 5th at no; 9 rooms; bath; nil in i; largo lot. Near East Capitol street. Price, $0,800. Wo can rent several houses In tho north west section to rollnblo tenants at ronts ranging from $30 to $75 per month. TELEPHONE CALL, 1105-2. fool UpIoIq . m ff C .0 d m mmu 610 13th St. N. W. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDBEW J. SCHWARTZ, CLAIMS, REAL ESTATE AGOTT INSURANCE, NO. 005 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. Houses Rented and Rents Collected. Country Property a Specialty THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. i and 6, 934 F STREET, Washington, D. C. , THE EXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP ERTY A SPECIALTY. Money Invested at 10 per cent. Interest. Lots, Lands, Houses, and Farms always on hand. City Property for Country Farms. Exchange of Property a Specialty. FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE: 1,500,000...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 October 1891

r tJP fflfffy jw w TrMwT i r -MLVOTTT--. ,-, . , .. -.... V k n? ,T" VS J4tfr4 M vXtV'" B"l'ifW 11 V C ".rv- gw,t1 v v-y-u .,-,. ft- '-V "r. lb WW,!WtfMK?r JftuSr- 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. OCTOBER IS. 1S91. PUT YOUR MONEY IN REAL ESTATE IN JSJSX -AJR.OTJISTD wa-ssiietg-toin" city-, "WHICH WILL IN A FEW YEARS BE THE SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL, AS WELL AS THE POLITICAL, CENTRE OF THE UNITED STATES. IE YOU , ; ( ,, ARE LOOKING FOR AN , ? ' : ' ' ' I2sT"VSSO?3EllSrT OR .A. BCOlCE SITE, ': v BUY A LOT IN ME YER HEIGHT THE WASHINGTON AND ARLINGTON ELECTRIC ROAD, TO PASS THROUGH THIS SUBDIVISION, IS NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION. CARS WILL BE RUNNING OYER THE ROAD BY THE MIDDLE OF NEXT MONTH. THE BRIDGE ACROSS THE POTOMAC "Will be under construction in less than thirty days, the completion of which will place the residents of Fort Meyer Heights within fifteen minutes' ride of the centre of the city. In the meantime passengers over the electric road will be transferred in carettes over the Aqueduct Brid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

MW&HBIIWltfilMaj "f iVwfc WLklig Eatiwttetl xiMinKx. VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1S91. 16 PAGES NO. 32. MAKE AMENDS OR FIGHT ! That's the Administration's Attitude Toward Chili Just Now. Our Sailors Wore Sober unit Woll Ilolmvecl, una Were Shot unci Rnyo noted BocnuHu of thn Uniform Thoy Wore Minister Kkiiii Instructed to Demand Villi and Immediate Ropara tlon or EIbo All Diplomatic RolatlonH Will llo Rrokon Off. The more that is learned of the attack on American sailors In Valparaiso the more clear it becomes that the incident is not one this Government cau allo7 to pass lightly by. There Is no longer room to doubt the Chilian mob was inspired by sentiments hold by Chilian officials and that the latter have as sumed un attitude in a high degree Insulting to the United States. This Is the view now taken of the matter by the Administration hero, and it looks as if the incident would lead to grave complications unless Chili speedily makes full reparation and amplo a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

2 THE SUNDAY HERALD. OCTOBER 25, 1891. READY FOR THE START. ffK WlLt HAVE GBKAT KAOINQ XV THK WEATHER IS GOOD. Thwo Arc Xnw JMfty Good HorscR nt Itcnntng nnd n Hundred More Will Arrive To-Day I?iinoii Stiiblcs Kopro scntcd aiomtiy's rrogrnininc. 1 Pleasant weath cr is nil that will be needed to make tbo fall meeting of the Washington Jockey Club, which opons to-morrow, ono of the most successful ever bold In this city. Theclass of horses tbnt will participate is of the best, and from all indications the entries for the races will bo largo, thus cusuiiug ex citing finishes. Ahcndy about fifty horses aro at the track and by the time night falls to day there will be over a hundred more. The club has done everything possible to make this meeting a memoraulo one, and horsemen who have "watched their efforts say that they expect tbe best meeting ever wituessed within the District lines. "The track itself has been carefully worked until it is in tlio pink of condition. The steeplechase cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

"ViWfWf1-? T '- " "i $f97ntnrWF?' rt'-if ', " ' t r -,- (b; vp?; "s?w ij-sfsf 'jflfr' "VjW fcj71" " ""r Y! '""' " t- ',"IV'- "l?w - ' r ",r 'Y',J rf Igqpw THESUNDAY HERALD; OCTOBER 25. 1891. ,M -I'-Tt'nl m Tl J i II ii I lrfl.it TClHiBBIMiiifrfiliifflMnffiOiliV- "i ' f. v, ' w1 -'f b& r ) S& S? J wnm$'W&; iW 9 u "C W N- Tho President ami Mrs. Harrison attended thoopera Monday night. Wednesday evening thov entertained a party at dinner. A flno musical programme seloctcd by Mrs. Harrison was rendered before dinner. Madame Laura Schinner-Mapleson was tho only prima donua. Colonel and Mrs. Mapleson were also guests at tho dinner. Vice President Morton has returned to tho city to make arrangements at His houso for tho return of Mrs. and tho Misses Morton, who will probably come about tho middle of Oc tober. Secretary Halford is greatly Improved In health. With his daughter, Mlso Joaunettu, ho Is now settled in apartments at the Shore ham. Professor Sheldon's juvenile eolreo o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

-- -i? -" .. (.-. T . .. ! , , 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25, 1891. mv Kil it t h AND WeciHfi (ttatfonaf UnfcfTigcncer, the National Intelligencep ESTABLISHED 1800. TKE SUNDAY HERALD utasushcd ima. Entered nt tho X'ostOflloo ot Washington, T. C.i ns Secoml-cliiBs iUattor. .H.SOUMS. ! Proprietors. ..T.nENSET, i Editorial mid Publication OIIIcob South west Cor. 11th niul ESts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $8.50 li-itnittanecs should he made by postal note, money order, or chcclts on iVcir ITorft or Wash (ngton. IHien checfo vn hante in other cities arc stent the cost of coUcctionwill he deducted. The Editor of The Sunday HkkaijD can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communic itinns. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unwed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absoluteness of sujjlclcn importance to justify publication icifl be wcl corned from any one, and if valuable iclll be paid for. Contributors arc respectfull...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

BMMBBWHBnBBBWliiwiljBaBKigwwgaPwK yur'rjsgwtwf vp " , "W " -isr THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25, 1891, I 'i R ; ! SOCIETY PERSONALS. Cards have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rock, of Brooklyn, for tho marriage of ' their daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. George F. Brackott, of this city, at Trinity Church on Wednesday next at SiSO o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. ltock and Miss Rock will bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs, F. M. Dranoy, 442 M street, until after the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Brackott will leave immediately aftor the ceremony for Florida. They will, on their re turn, bo at homo to their friends at 010 R street. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton (tho latter formerly MIs3 Dallas) havo taken for tho winter the t residence of Commodore Rogers on I street, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. The encaccment is announced of Mrs. Isabel McBrldo Palmer, daughtor of JudEO John McBrlde, of Spokane Falls, and Mr. Marshall Cushlng, private secrotary to Post master General Wanamaker. Miss Nellie Evans, of En...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

WlieVWtfiv-tw-j.(l,-et V,,T .-j ' . . il P t K -y THESUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBEDRvSS, LS9K j. ' i ': i ? ?' f r-rf s; I BILLS TO SUIT BYERY ONE A VARIED MST OF ATTRACTIONS AT TnE THEATRES THI8 WEEK. Companies of Merit In Comedy nnd Dramn-A 'Word Alio tit Int Week's Performances Tho Ilnuk Troupe to SlnB"CftvnllorlnKnstlcnnn,,XoxtWoek ) The average theatre-goer ought to have been pleased last week with tho choice laid out for him in the shape of attractions at the leading places of amusements. At the Na tional Theatre he could have sen ono of the funniest musical farce comedies that have been here. Under the name of "Boys aud Girls," tho author of "A Straight Tip" has thrown together an original assortment of comicalities in tho way of dialoguo nnd situa tions that oucht to have drawn big houses. It would have played to largo audiences, too, if its name were more slgnillcant of its char acter. Tho cast includes a number of really excellent people, among them Mr. George F. Marlon, Mr. Iguat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

' JEr."7Hs4r','",',' --'--'siiS! w" ' V -i THE SUNDAY'HER'ALD, OCTOBER 25," 1891. I. ' THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY -NOTES. Tho following assignments to regiments o officers recently promoted in tbo infantry nrm have beeu ordered: Colouol Edward P. Pear son (promoted fiom lioutcnant colonel, Twenty-fourth Infantry), to tho Tenth In fantry, to dato from October 14, 1891, vice Ofllcy, deceased. Lieutenant Colonel David Vnnvalzah (promoted from major, Twentieth Infantry), to tho Twenty-fourth Infantry, to date from October 14, 1891, vice Pearson pro moted. Captain Henry A. Grcciio (promoted from first lieutenant, Twentieth Infantry), to tho Twentieth Infantry, Compnny 0, to dato from October 14, 1S91, vice Wheaton, pro moted. First Lieutenant Raymond R. Stovena (promoted from second lieutenant, Twenty third Infantry), to tho Twentieth Infantry, Company I, to dato from October 14, 1801, vice Greene, promoted. Ho will remain on duty with tho Twenth-third Infantry until further orders. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

Tyr rHESUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25. 1S91. it v i k : i i i t i ii IT U A Vi v '".'"i .,..,vj: 17 : r. . m 3i3lg$ mm- JTrenlnncn and Sophmorcs nl Tiny. On "Wednesday afternoon the freshmen and sophmore teamg, ot Georgetown University, lined up on the 'Varsity field for battle. Two one-half hour halves were agreed upon. After a well-played game the freshmen camo out victorious to the tuno of 6 to 4. The teams lined up for play as follows: Frosbmen Positions Sophmore Manley Left-end Sprouls Schmidt Left-tackle Stephens Joyce Left-guard F. Smith O'Lean Centre Collier Seep Right-guard Nast Finning Right-tacklo GaTan Murphy Right and Ilagan V. Smith Quarter-back...Seger, capt., Gately Right-half O'Neil Woodward Left-half W. O'Donnell Dougall, capt.,...Full-back Haydou The soph's won the toss, taking the ball. With a wedge they gained five yards, and ou a beautiful run of O'Nell's around the left end for thirty yards placed the ball danger ously near the freshmen goal. Here they lost tho bal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

i"" " - i -1. ;. " i " - -.- fw-. , , a -! j.- n J t , ,, - vl- Ji J. f !, frJ-.JlS -J ,'J--. I JUtfr MUlg 2ltnal ItttfcUig, ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. TEACHING HOW TO COOK. A VERY USEFUL BR INCH OF THE PUBLIC S OIIO OL SYSTE3I. How tho Toudb Stndonts Aro Initlntod Into tlio Mysteries of a. Groat Art 'Sow tho Washington Mothotl of Teaching Differs from That of Othor Cities. Cooking as taught in tho public schools of tho'Dlstrlct forms ono of the moat interesting branches of manual training. Miss E. S. Jacobs Is general directress, and it Is under her efficient management that tho system In vogue has chiefly been evolved. Tho Wash ington method of teaching cooking has many original points about It. Miss Jacobs is a "Washingtonian and a public school girl going from tho primary school up through the different grades, through tho High and Normal schools. She Is eood looking and carries herself with the dignity of manner as tho directress of so important ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

il" 1 , v I1" J y- 1- v-p t-i ft fVTVWh- X"rrh J f 4 t , - i ! 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25. 1891. If M r NEWS OF THE LODGES. TUBBABK CEBJBMOKYOF A MASONIC BAPTISM PEnFOBJtED. A Complete Description of tho Interest-, lng Event Worshipfnl Master Gold smith Tho Tnlk of I. O.O. F. Circles Wlint Other Prntornltles Are Dolnrr. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, Sflth; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 37th; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs day, 29th (special); Ilopo No. 20, Friday, 30th (special). A. A. S. B. Sanctuary, 1007 G etreet Ar minius No. 25, Monday, 26th; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 27th. Masonic Hall, Third and II street north eastMyron M. Parker No. 27, Wednes day, 2Sth. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 26th. Roycd Arch Chapters Masonic Tomple Mount Vernon No. 8, Monday, 28th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 27th. Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple Do M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

iiHWW?.? r t.r h!r'7wmw'r'y''r, Vl .. 1.. lW1& 'yvrf,4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25. 1891. 11 yr w war' SOONEIl THAN EXPECTED. Cubic Curs tlltoly to Bo Running On tho Avonno Next Month. Every ono Is interested In tho now cable lino on tho Avenue, and every ono will bo glad to know the prospects now are tho cable cars will be running on tho lino much sooner than has been generally oxpected. Tho ex pectation has been that tho cablo cars on the Avcnuo would not begin to run until Into next fall aftor tho completion of tho power house. But unless unforeseen obstacles are mot, tho latter part of next March will soo the entire system in operation. Tho brick work on tho power house, tho contract for which was recently let, has been begun, and tho foundation, a small portion of which is still incomplete, will be finished next week. Only a portion of tho forco of men who will work on tho construction aro now employed, as the iron work has not yet arrived. It la oxpoctod in two weeks. Wo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

12 TfiKSXJNlD-A.YH:KRA.LD. OCTOBER25, 1891. t 3 1 g "3 KEAL ESTATE Wet Weather Has a Demoralizing Effect on Eealty Transactions. LARGE FALLISG OFF IN What Mr. John G. Slater Thinks Ahont Ileal Estate Matters On Capitol Hill. The real estate market has been u flat one. Little or no business was consummated dur ing the weok owing In large prt to the wot weather. Although inquiries for propeityarc still brisk there appears to be a desire among invealors to got moro for their money than owners are willing to give, and consequently .low of the doals which have been pending were any further advanced. The majority of those seeking property are desirous of obtaining homes, and few seem to wish to purchase for speculative purposes. "Tho sales, which were many, were mostly small houses, ranging in value from $4,000 to $S,000. The demand for houses of this char acter cannot be met. In renting houses there is a great deal of complaint that rents in this city are too high. Persons coming from Ph...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

y "'?,! v.'?-- .Ti5Srthp?s5iv'' THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25, 1891. 13 '; POETRY IN THE PARKS. HOW TO BRING ON POETIC MOODS AT A SMAIili ODTIiAY. The Kncoiirnclnc Experiment of Ono Vcralfltr I'ooplo Who Haunt tUo Parki IiOVorH In the Gloninlnff A Sad Sivmplo of Vnric Pootry. If ono Is determined to fool poetic and to oxpcrloneo eonsatlons in tho city parks, there nro plenty of sights and sounds to holp along bis Illusions. Tho next time you feci particu larly yearning tako a Httlo walk Into tho nearest park and sit down on tho grass undor tho largest tree, and if you try real hard you will after a whllo Imagine that you aro really In your native wild. Get a position whero tho great staring brick buildings around aro not visible, and if possible don't look at any of tho benches. Tho benches, simply to look at, aro not poetic. There aro (or woro oarllor in tho season) tho mowors and tho rakers of hay, and tho boys throwing stones at tho birds, tne lovers sauntering down shady lanes, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

V , irf v . yr H rfk "V- ?" " J 1 H 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25. 1S91 $&xxl&&v& HJtorJl&n35. zbrvclfxte&k&i III '! I' v J J V i h, V 5 ,V r? lc k-fc - T i V i i ft IV f i CHARLES LOCKHEftD. PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND Q-.A.S FITTER. 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. REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 615 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS ASD STEAM FITTER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SAMTART PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry IcShane MKUFACTURMG CO., C. J. IcCUBBIN, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. FSNGLES. 417 Eleventh Street N. W., Plumbing and Gas Fitting. House Dra...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

S WPWt'W-ljT?- ppr Sri -fy p'lnr'VFr&TjQHr THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25, 1891. 15 $X&&1 9Essi $bztxb&:& J&JfcWJl 3E2itSjU: MjS$1TC5S. THOS. 0. HENSEY & CO., Heal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 1 3 00 F STUB ET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Fiuo now house on Cth at no; 9 rooms; bath; all m i; largo lot. Near East Capitol street. Price, $0,800. "Wo can rent several houses In the north west section to rellablo tenants at rents ranging from $30 to $75 per month. TELEPHONE CALL, 1105-2. BUYS SELLS GIO latliSt.N. w. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW J. SCHWARTZ, REAL ESTATE AGENT INSURANCE, NO. 605 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. Houses Rented and Rents Collected. Country Property a Specialty. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS Nos. 4 and G, 934 F STREET, " Washington, D. C. THE EXCHANGE OF ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP ERTY A SPECIALTY. Money Invested at 10 per cent. Interest Lots, Lands, Houses, and Farms alwayo on hand. City Property for ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 October 1891

i;?, pwrfii ?r,'r3 " 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 25. 1391. ,wlf!l3f W i' i I ' f . Vi IN MUSICAL CIRCLES. Tho past week may bo considered as ushor iDg in what promises to bo tho most interest ing musical season over known iu Washing ton. The presentation of a new opera by tho Agnes lluntington Opera Company was a noteworthy event, and wo are promised a suc cession of such cxcellout musical talent thnt lovers of harmony can have no cause for com plaint of n lack of first-class entertainment. Indeed, 60 many concert and opera companies are booked at the theatres and concert halls that it may perhaps bo questioned it it bo pos sible for even a majority of them to draw pay ing audiences. Three or four years ago there would have been no doubt as to tho result, bnt It is gratifying to noto that tho develop ment of musical taste in this city has been 60 great during tho past few yoarsthat managers of tho larger and better companies no ldnger hesitate to include Washington in their routes...

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

??." ff '(';,. wm$ wis&Fm J.iJ.iitmik:JH.-S?- iX. -5ff mvrite&&m'tej'9 M jw?-iw,fe!imUM&''ilijiteifc(M' gntfj-fcta.rjar.ijfeMi' A &ar, i. "..'iMi 5iSi SfS -JCA. 'JjSS1!. ., , ." . JUtfr 3BPltt:g WL&ii&n&l ntlliKnKv VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 33. 1 fiv I HV A MINISTER EGAN'S RECALL. A REPORT IN CIRCULATION THAT CHILI HAS DEMANDED IT. Tho Now Policy of the Administration is to Go Slow Have linportnnt DIa-, patches JUoon Suppressed? More His tory Due Up for English Critics. TLo Chilian war talk wbich was so loud about the up-town Deportments on Friday died away to a mere whisper yesterday. Tho general Impression seemed to be on thinking It all over that there was nothing in it, and that the matter would bo straightened out In duo time. It was admitted that the resources of diplomacy had not been anything like ex hausted. Among ofllcials who would talk there was manifested a sudden disposition in favor of going slow, an...

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