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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 1, 1891. r If i t TRAMPS GOING SOUTH. XIIE ANKUAL MIGRATION OV THE WORTDLKSS NOMADS HAS HKGUX. A Gooil Many of Them Skulk TliroucH the Suburbs Hutlfow Cnro to Venture In the City Thoy Don't Like Our Folico ItcRulatlons. TLo tramp has begun his southward migra tion. All summer long bo bat beeu luxuria ting In thobnrns and haystacks of tho country and tho bcnchei o the parks In tho North and West. But now the cold nlghtt baTo begun to drive these nomads to more gonial climes. It is no exaggeration to state that tramps mi grato as habitually as birds. Perhaps it would suit them better to hibernate llko bears, but naturo was unkind to them and consequently the warmth and well-known hospitality ol the South affords for this worthless class of hu manity a welcom retreat. This annual southward movement of tho tramp is not ap parent to people in largo cities, but to railroad men and polico officials tho migration is a looked-for occurrence. The men of this class ...

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. — 1 November 1891

A k Hf l.y--irMy,'iv,Ur'.iiIS Tho White House ycfitcrduy morning" echoed childish laughter and shouts of delight at get ting homo again. Mrs.McK.ee and tho chil dren Rrrivud at tho Executive Mansion from New York at about 7:30 o'clock in the morn ing. They wero scarcely over tho confusion incident to tho welcome homo before a van containing a half dozen trunks of ponderous Bize followed and were unloaded at tho north front. At about the same timo a tricycle for little Bonjamiu was delivered by a man from a down-town store. Mrs. McKee has been be sieged by newspaper folk ever since her ar rival from Europe, but she declines to be in terviewed on her experiences. She thinks it quite enough to huve had a royal good time, and to bo and feel better than over before In her life. She will go to Indianapolis early in the week to put her house in order for tho winter. Sho will return here about tho holi day season. In tho meantlmo Mrs. Harrison has resolved to. live a quiet life, at least un...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

ur f THE?" SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 1, 1891. 0e JlimMp ltxath ANti Wccfttg (tyafioncif D'nfcfftgcnccr. the national Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED lift. KntorcU nt tho Post OIUco nt Washington, I). O.i ns Second-class Matter. J. H. SOULE, I. A.T. HENSEV, Proprietors. Editorial and FuhllenMnn Cilices South west Cor. 11th nnil KSts. N. "VV. XOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3. BO Ucmittanccs should be made bu postal note, money order, or checks on Kcw York or Wash ington, inicu checks on banks in other cities are sent the coat of collectionwill be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Hehald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unmed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absoluteness of sufflcien importance to justify publication will be wcl corned from any one, and if valuable will be vaidfor. Contributors arc respectfully requested to re frain fro...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

i:-Rr -( . .. . .7.t . '-?'J Wft . f. -. -Wtur-,jjjrtim(,0,, w .. V w &V wr jw nHr AMKWMttMM ip- THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 1, 1891. 5 i m. VV i fc nk' in !6 SOCIETY NEWS. Tho ladles of the families of members of. tho Press Club were allowed tho prlvileees of tho club house "Wednesday evening and tho occuslon proved a very enjoyablo ono. Tho affair was entirely Informal and this gave tho ladles an opportunity to judge what every day club life was like, which they seemed to appreciate very much. Tho long suite of rooms on the first floor had been decorated with potted plants and cut flowers by Florist Small, and Balads, sandwiches, lees, coflco, nnd punch were served In the dining room. Tho evening was very pleasantly spent and It Is probable similar Informal ladles' nights will bo given frequently In tho future. Miss Nora Noonan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Noonan, of 1G09 Eighth Btreet northwest, and Mr. Will A. Perry woro united In marriage last Thursday evening at tho par...

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

ww 4 use ,-jpi f MrB"-" .tOtNiyv-wjfttajrByg-jr.- 6 TWB'SO;N2A'vfcr HE'RAEB, NOVBMBR4,-l8il i L It OPERA-COMEDY-FARCE. BIGn.CI.ASS ATTRACTIONS OK XOK HILLS FOIt THIS WEEK. Tho Hank Grand Oporu Troupo to Give "Washington tho First I'rcsontutlon of Cavallcrla Rustionnn" Koturn of tho Kondals Another Iloyt ITarco nt tho Academy. There was a constellation of brillinut ac tors and actresses at the National Theatro last vreck such as are only seen In companies lathered by PItou, tho Frobmans, tho Ly ceum management, nnd one or two others In tho country, and, as a matter of course, good business was the order of tho week. Tho work of this company of Augustus Pltou's is charming and refreshing, and demonstrates thoroughly how much more effective it is to be perfectly natural on the staco than It Is to bo picturesque Mid bombastic. It Is a strange circumstance that professional people gener ally do not seem to appreciate this fact. But how true it is that thoso actors most accu rately embody...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

UbMlCZfXfJiW "' U- Cili-v . . ,-?J -, hl , !1 ;r,tJ,a& wiW2iJisaw.,',j:4tw- O r3 wjyiTfr, - THE: SUNDAY HERALD. NOVEMBER 1, 1891. i , . THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Colonel Lteber, noting Juilgo Advocate General of tho Army, In his annual report, shows that during tlio year ending September 30 there were 1,907 trials by courts-martial, lucluding eight commissioned officers by general courts, showlne nn increase of 125 ca6e8 as compared with last year. Thoro were 13,835 trials by garrison and summary courts, nn increase of 3,305 over last year, and thirteen acquittals. Tho number of enlisted men tried was 8,110, Eomo having boon tried more than once. Colonel Lteber highly ap proves tho now law providing a uniform scale of punishments for military offenses. Tho substitution of tho summary court for tho garrison and regimental court'inartial, ho says, has given general satisfaction, lu ono particular, ho says, tho summary court act seoms to bo generally defective. Under it th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

(KWMWimwjiBjijIfl "" ffTMrwMn- .-.. 't rB SUNDAY HERALD. NOVENDBER 1. 1S91. wiimttmm TO-MORROW '7fy V ty 11, J RSWSfi , . y i. S" fey? Jqg'JgfC mm$ vdya'-5?T """V5- t"8 -S "A "Vifoi A- H M COLUMBIA WINS EASILY. Mcdln Academy Boys Fall Easy Victims to tho Local Champions. Abont one thousand peoplo were at Capitol Park yesterday afternoon to witness the game of football between tho Columbia Athletics and the eleven representing Shortltdee's Mili tary Academy, of Media, Penn. Tbe specta tors saw a rather one-sided game, as tho visi tors did not show up as strong as their reputa tion had led people to expect. When they lined up at 4:15 o'clock, they looked very 6mall in comparison with the local team, and after the first pass of the ball showed timidity In attempting runs around the ends. Tho Co lumbias' improvement over their previous game was marked as they played with more snap and vim, and also displayed better team work, especially Emery, whoso running, guarding, and Interferine we...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

EMfcJfcdS Iv, i.; -Vv iwfr . ffr n i r tvAf t tv K'Htn l.tYH JUrft 9$l&kliQ 5Eaiijcmal StrtUig(fcttCtf y ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. B m Ar r V r m 4 Qr ,i OUST TIHIIE RUSH XjIZLsTZE THIS SEASON'S THREE LEADING LOCAL FOOTBALL TEAMS OF THE DISTRICT. The interest in tbe gatne of football in this city is steadily increasing and until the great game on Thanksgiving Day, when it is ex pected the Columbia Athletics and George town University will battle for the championship of the District and the lioteler trophy, excitement will run high. The gamo will be of as much Import to local enthusiasts as the great Yale-Prlnco-ton gamo at Now York. The three leading clubs of the District the Columblas, the pres ent champions; the Georgetowns, and tho Kendalls havo all made their bow to tho pub lic thtB season, and tho patrons of tho game uro closely watching their work. All ho teams are stronger than laBt year and ara playing a much bette r game. Each team has h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

' ,J & ffW Hp r , - , . -,- & -V wr V y- - r v -1 "i ? "i ' ruw .1 1 1 . w, . ih. Y ifl V 1 4 io TEE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVBMBERi; 1891. t 1 T i i It I 'i J 1 it '4 -1 t i ' i n 1 U l 1 i?r 4 f NEWS OF THE LODGES. INTERESTING 1'KOGRA.MKES MASONIC VISITATIONS. FOR Shotcli of Another DUtlnealshoil Mnson Pcraonnl Chat Odd Fellowship Movements Corapotlnjr Vor Goldon Cross l'rlos. Tho following Masonln boillca moet upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodge. Masonic Temple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, 2d; Pcntalpha No. 23, Monday, 2d; Pontalpba (special) No. S3, Tuesday, 3d; National No. 12, Tuesday, 3d; Washington Contonnlal No. 14, "Wednes day, 4th; Lu Fayette No. 19, Thursday, nth; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, Gth. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 4th: Colum bia No. 3, Wednesday, 4th. Masonic Hall,NInctccnth strcetand Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 6th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Anacostia Ana...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

raU& THE SUNDAY FiK,RA.L,p, NOVEMBER 1, 1891. 11 a WINTER OPENING. Mine. T. B. Harrison WILL DISPLAY THE LATJ18T IMPORTATIONS ABOUT BANKS AND BANKING For the Poor Rather Than the Rich. IN HMMM t w ii .' AN EARLY START. i i WE START in early to speak of our Holiday Goods, because the line we carry this year will be the largest and best-selected stock we have ever carried, and will not be excelled by any dealer here. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM For this grand onflow of goods, which has already begun, we have inaugurated a TWO-DAYS' BONA FIDE SACRIFICE SALE, which began Saturday and ends to-morrow, Monday. 1 We ask all the readers of The Sunday Herald to attend this sale, as we feel assured you will find something, the purchase of which will well pay you for any trouble or inconvenience the visit may cost you. v TF 3L -jb i&. & 7TITAND HSTS. N. W., FJEl-AcNIClL. 3E3 Jt CO. JL. W- 9 r PENALTIES m FINE BUTTER! THE DARLINGTON. THE SHARPLESS. THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER. a AND 8-T?OTJTSrjy ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

iyiijiiiii(r'w wijiB';jjigMWiilii)iiiiij'1HW)'' MiiiiTHjj If'T'r-r-riii iiiiiin iw T , - . , , Hmmmimm9mfimvtm -W''Mim v. 4J jr 1 12 THESUNDAY HBRAIJD; NOVEMBERl, 1891. i 4 i 4! fr ; 7 ft , i?. j i v 1 J 1 EEAL ESTATE Prices Are Well Maintained But Transac- aetions Are Few. PEOBABLE CAUSES OF THE PRESENT DULLNESS. Tlio Pleasant Weather Encourages a Continuation of Huilding Operations. Tho real estate market for tlio past week ha& been a dull one. Sales were few, and thoso that were consummated were of a small nature. In fact, It is generally admitted that the fall season has not reached that degree of activity which most dealers prophesied for It. The cause Is dlfllcult to explain, and each agent has his own ideas on the subject. It must be said, however, that values aro In creasing, and that it Is lack of activity and not depreciation in value that causes tho dull ness. By some, tho situation is said to be that those now holding property feel safe and sure in their investments,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

,'U,' IfaiMMNM .- -..u'.nfMWiipnwiiinj w- - 4 t 9. 1 'U THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 1. 1881. 1SL j "'iia-itoiiiWiiMiflMXMnitifiW iivrt iiVfr-rirrr' - --?$ KPTWWTWWi''fi'f tn'iB'.V1'1' iiihW" n4'"f iymww' invwwa;iifyi'iinp imf1 wji''''"''",'i''fJft rg'-Mir''- i w w Ui A GIRLS' GYMNASIUM ONIJ OF TI1E PRESSING NEKUS OF THE HI01I SCHOOL. Professor knno's Finn for Mooting tho Want 1 ho MUltln, Musical, and football Organizations of tho Schools Gossip of tho OUss-rooins. Dr. Lane, ot tbo Central High School, thinks that tho girls stand most in need of facilities for physical culture as they do not enjoy tho privileges of the military drill. Tho room they formerly drilled in, being needed for school purposes, had to be given up. They have no regular callsthenic or gymn.ium oxerclses, which is greatly regretted. Dr. Lane says: "Lectures on physiology and hy giene arc good but insufficient without daily exercise. My ideal is a one-story gymnasium ibuilding In the yhrd adjacent to tho school ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

Wh t &iVW3S rfK'SP2S" t-i i"WBWWBtBWIi(NI!!MrftoltNi5J feW'fcwftW!! irtASxir- laaii 14 I .'" fc- iiAiiiiw ainwJii 1 up ,w $JJUmfcun0r G5si 3tfig ISttJI&jwcjs. !JfcrU2x IXrjClfxfcjfcctss.. 9. V $ 1 L- fi i h ? I & EJ t 1 -; 1' N ..' M H, 1 M i u CHARLES LOCKHEAD. PRACTICAL PLUMBEK AND Q-.A.S FITTER. Lead Burning a Spooialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 8037 M STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. C. m r REGISTERED PLUMBER, GASANDSTEAMFITTEE Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 615 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, V REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SANITARY PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBIKG ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry IcSMne MANUFACTURING CO., O. J. McCUBBIN, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. a P. J. FINGLES, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

W& - " .Ur "f""' Ifrn -rna tmi&g. foai)fratwHitfM , f,law ,4j.-,-y.,TJt. ;'. " '1'' V "TT'..t '.v .. 'ii f . V1 A- m" A . ' - - -.-. t . rt i .- ..f , ,--, .; -,- t-" KVi M -i - -v. I' 'ttV -- . ( - Wfciftrtfci ?-. Hn -I1r J -f Sto'-'W-' rf -Vwsi, j-. Jf , 4, A !. 4 -""TT - THE SUNDAY MKRAJUD, NOVEMBER 1. 1891. w 15 T w T W&&1 SEstfsaJbs W&rzbzv& Wt&til 9&gfce XxtulttzL, V&K&l l&SSfcatS: Mtol&K& '! 3Es.it? M&tbh:2i 'I TflOS. G. UMSEY &.C0., 3eal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 1300 E STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE FIno now houso oil Btli at no; 9 rooms; bath; all m 1; largo lot. Near East Capitol street. Price, SO.SOO. ' Wo can ' rent several bouses In tho north west section to reliable tenants at rents ranging from $30 to $75 per montbi TELEPHONE CALL, 1165-2. ill lil. Uulliiliiil BUYS JLO W o ift 610 13th St. N.W. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. .ANDREW 3. SCHWARTZ, "REAL ESTATE AGEHT INSURANCE, NO. 005 SIXTH STKEET NORTHWEST. ''...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 November 1891

!siwjW'wBlMSI 'i!g' i'J w - rj- - - .--w . .a --w -- . f i. - j- f .i . -4v-4V u A I -. vJKCKyStJ-aY H&A3UD. NOVBlASB!EJR l.iiB'91. 16 iiuuiim "! 3!- rsitiiftkpum'Kes! ? 1'? IS. f P"J 3 i' ' ft IS j I , I H n x r ..&-y i lagM '; iWV IK. . ,,; PURITY OF liAGER BEER. Ohristlnn Houtlch's KfTorta Crowned With Deserved Sucoos. Indorud by the Government Malt Liquor Made in Washington Outclasses All Its Comjiclitors Analyses Conducted by the Agricultural Department and the Rcstdts. Modern times have witnessed great improve ments in the manufacture of malt liquors, and It is not necessary to co beyond the confines of the National Capital for a practical demon stration of this statement. Probably there is not a person of mature years residing In Wash ington who does not Know of tho famous land mark situated at 1223 to 1235 Twentieth street northwest, and called Heurich's brew ery. Ample space has been secured for tho purposes of tho Christian Hcurich Brewing Company, the capacity of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

.i .. ... ! 5T 5. . 1S,.iT '.. -. ,. f .m il, 0 ""3. . u. -5. -T 1 V 4 .- H1-"- ' .,. ). " 'if)f " N-''"" 'Tic- f f-1"-'P-w,i'.-iiM"j' iMjimirt'Mj . i'''jMi.taiiiitr'iji.jliqpWJii ii4NMMMlbflllMM'01rA lllti''n ", fltl 'y"lWffrfr' ",- y !,Y.ip j ' i ' i A JUxir Hfflgftklg H&txxm&l tti&Uig&ttg VOL. XXVI. g; WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER S. 1891. 20 PAGES. NO. 34. d?4 ' ' II '1 ill 1 LATEST NEAVS FROM OHILT. STAWTjPTY 01? THK CONSTITUTIONAL GOVEKJJMENT ASSURKI). Mtnlntor Montt ntul His Wife nntl Wow Members of tho Iteration Arrived In Washington Lively Work on Our War Ships. Seuor Pedro Montt, tho Chlliau Minister, returned to Washington yesterday fiom New Orlenns, nccompanlcd by his wife and tho fol lowing members of tho Legation, who havo just arrived from Chili: Anibal Cruz, Gull lermo Amunategul, anil Valentin del Campo. Minister Montt received a cable message from Santiago last night saying that tho new Chilian Congress is composed as follows: Liberals Senators, 21,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

i;JArWw, 1JW-..5K- i5"1? nrt!fHW !' - U-fr.-.-'- -W" '1"' T " -, -- teX - fi3Tmr& -JfVJ? fc-Jt J tt - - " " " - .-. 3 ' 4W- THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 8, 1S91. I- ""manMnUHMiMMMiiWMMMiHMnMHMinMWMaMMi i I 'V J s r ,i t J fc , l.P -' rv H P A '& 'it THE IiOOAIi STOCK MARKET. StroncorUusinesa nntl Bottor rrlcoslmst Week. Thoro was a decided improvement In the volume ol the transactions last week on the local Stock Exchange and a gratifying ad vance ol several of the leading securities. Tor Washington and Georgetown Railroad convertible bonds 135 vras paid for $3,500 and 137 for $3,000; in the absence of sellers the bid -was merely nominal at 1291 at the close. Washington Gas convertible for 320 brought 133J. lor 500 l S. Electric Lighting con vertible 5's, ex-coupon. 10S vras paid. There was a much larger business done in bank stocks last week "than usual. For 10 shares of the Metropolitan Bank 270 was paid, an advanco of $3 per share on a previous sale. This stock at anything...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

St 4 ,J A. jzt . - -.- r r---;r ?- ii. 7' 1M!NIH: iWwiyaifcgWy''Wffrr,w n T?-l -fc.iK.tf--tf5.'. . - r J f TKEUJNmAYHERALI). NOVEMBER 8. 1891. 3 ,r i'ibi "r MflUWlrtl' fr-ft... ,i. ,k . ' V. . l,' II m..i vs I V f ft Sm1 l '.( K l U ifl Miasr- v. .t- s y. &&$ v fc 11 ",, S . Ae SKfi 3& ay fev K III piP !ie! W t , x w- W f Ono of the most fashionablo wedding events of tlio season was tlio murrlapo of Mies Clara Meigs Moado and Mr. Georgo Breed, of Brook lyn, which took place on Tuesday at noon, In St. John's Church. The altar and chancel were effectively decorated with palms and roses. Mr. Richard W. Meade, jr., Mr. Francis X. Barr, of Pittsburg; Ensign F. W. Meade, and Mr. 0. C. Billings were the ushers. The bride was on the arm of her father, Cap tain Richard W. Meade. She wore a hand some gown of white bengallne, made princess stylo. Her tulle veil was surrounded by a wreath of orauge blossoms. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. The maid of honor, Miss Annie Pauld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

-Xfeawiaia . afc ,. - n f ... I -sAtopyUviAjOij J,. . -'r-frrf "rr "'rnwinnt ttn,, ni.hi i THE "SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER S, 189a. 5 V68JT H 1 y TWO TALES OF BLOOD And One of the Evil Influ ence of Opals. Two correspondents sat together at the Press Club tho other night comparing opals. Each man possessed a gem which ho Tallied highly, and each had a story to relate touching tho superstition attaching to tho opal and' h6w tho truth of It had boon proved In his Indi vidual case. Thd conversation soon extendod to others, and for an hour or moro Ihbro'wns a porf ect fusillade of tho mysterious and tho uncanny poured forth In tho nnturo of per gonal experience. A mild-mannered man, with a low, sjmpathetlc voice, told tho follow ing: " friend of mlno moved to an old town In ono of tho Middle States, nnd bought a very pretty homo for his young wire. She was a gentle, home-loving Uttlo woman, and In a short time had mado tho placo a sort of paradise. Sunh flowors grow In no other gar den In ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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