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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

BHPMBHlPW'',"', " i-w."? iKiw wrqp - yi -r- """dn$'Si!V1r j r -" . J1 J I e THK SUNDAYHERALD, KOVBkKftBBR S189:L V- 1 flf i f I' ,J? J "' ' IN THE PLAY HOUSES. WHAT IS ON THE HXX.Z.S FOR THE COMING THEATItlCAI. WEEK. Wnshincton to Hnvo Its First Chnnco to Enjoy Ailnm Itr.ol' Xovr Oporn, "Tho Tur nncl tho Tftrtnr" 'CnvnllorlaKuB tlctnti1' In EnRlisli untl n Ileturu of "Slionnndonh." At Albaugh's Grand Opera llouso last week thcro was a repertory of Italian grand opera that will nhvnj-6 appeal to tho musical taste of Washington, and especially when given as In this case by a company headed by so thorough an atttste as Mlnnio Hauk. Tho programme of the week comprised tho operas Carmen," UI1 Trovatore," "Cavallerla Rusti cann," ''Lohengrin," and "Faust," and Bhowedlho full strength of the compony under tha most favorably circumstances. Tho chief Interest, of courso,ws centered In Miss Hauk, herself, who still sings with that ajrtomb that only experienced and first-class artists can atta...

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. — 8 November 1891

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

mmwu mmmi s w4fcR! $ rZ: 5 i 8 THE SUNDAYHERALD. NOVEMBER S. 1S91, 'J.n I r - A S' J f -- 0t "W MfrKdA ,,.,wim' r iv.ij' . ; GEORGETOWN WISS. r IVaslilncton and tee's Football T?aui De feated by a Scorn of 30 to 0. Special to The Sunday Heiiald. Lexingtox, Va., Nov. 7. The Georgetown 'Varsity team of footbalHsts arrived bero early this morning to piny a match came with the Washington arid Lee University, a team that recently defeated the University of Virginia and which is regarded as the best in the State. The Georgetowns did not I ring their be6t players along, ntc eever.il 'of their men could, not leave their studies",' while othere were in the infirmary at home. They met -with a cordial reception from the students and when the two teams lined up on the grounds there were fully 1.500 people present, representing the pick of that section of the State in a. "social way. There was a large number of private carriages on the grounds and a number of the fair occupants wore the clue and...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

m JHX , . 'It II 't Ti3Bf!pi?iw.-s: ; J nA ;; . -- lu3.wv aat ' - -j-jg. && 3ffij&)&ltl Eatiwwal ItttfclUgimjcfctf, BSTAJBIvIStSKID 1SOO. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8( IS91. PAGES 9 TO 16. I . i; i D' ! I a HW MOURNING FOR MOULTON. SHERMANS WIIiD NEPHEW LEAVES EVERYBODY IN XnE LUKCH. ,IXo Boomed a Nico Younjr Man, But Ho Borrowed All tlio Money Ho Could, Passed Worthlos Oliooks, and Then . Dovcrtcd Bis Wlfo and Baby. Young J. Sherman Moulton, who desorted his wife and child iu this city last Monday night, has not yet been heard from, and his acquaintances no longer try to defend his ac tions'. Since his departure the full rascality of his dealings have becomo known, and tho wonder is that ho concealed for ao long tho double life ho was loading. Behind him ho has left a broken-hearted wife, a 20-month-old girl baby, and many unpaid bills and worth less checks. Ills career in this city has been a gay and disgraceful one. Not quite a year ago Moulton, who Is tho son of Colonel C....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 8. 1891. t i ' i 1 w fc!"' I Hi-' li S V ft! j I 4. 17 I W Yn m I If- ,.-m Kj m va Ki 5 i a m vm fl. ill (fin m & b r- NEWS OF THE LODGES. "WHAT IS GOING ON AMONG THE SECRET FRATERNITIES. A Magnificent Mnsonlo Rnnquot Two Woll-Knovrn MMom-Odd Fellow ship's Lose In the Dcnth of OIItoz Dafonr Note of Other Orgnulr.ntlona. Tho following Masonic bodies mectupontbo evenings ot tho ensuing week: Masonic Hall. Grand Lodge of tho District of Columbia, semi-annual communication, "Wednesday, 11th, at 6 o'clock p. m. Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tomplo Daweon No. 1G, Monday, 9th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 10th; New JoruBalem No. 9, Thurs day, 12th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 13th; Dope No. 20, Friday, 13th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G atrcot Ar mlnius No. 25, Monday, 0th; Acacia No. lb, Tuoeday, 10th; Harmony No. 17 Thursday, 12th. Masonic Hall, Geoigetown Goorgo C. WhltIng No. 23, Thursday, 12th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Skansbury No. , 34, Monday, 0th. Jloya...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

m ttwwuwcUU , -W wrWt p(J)4" w 'li".' J r. -pmm i w THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 8,1891. 11 1 I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Transfers In which the conaldornUon wm nonilnal are not Included. 1 rntDAT, ooTonnnSO. Charles M. Blackford ct ux. ot al. to Lin coln A. Smith, sub-lot G7, squaro 211, $8,585. Eugenia Brittlngham ot vlr Frank "W. to Lucy B. Gibson, lot 83, Dunn's sub., Lanlor Holghts; also lot 12, block 11, Brookland, $12,410. Ira J. Baker ot ux. to Luthor M. Chilton, lot 2, block 23, Langdou Park, $2,700. William C. Barrett et ux. to John D. Sulli van, lot 70, Holmcad's sub. of Georgetown, $3,200. Henry C. Coburn et ux. to James B. Lamblo, part original lot 2, Bquaro 79, $912. Columbia Real Estato Company to Isabolla H. Spalding, lot 118, Cochrano'a sub., 6quaro 274, $2,550. Amanda M. Dean to Charles A. Mason, lot 29, south grounds of Columbia University, -$8,000. Michael Droncy to John J. Barrett, east 9 foot of lot 93 and west 0 foot of lot 99, Ca bot's 6Ub. square 677, $525. Thom...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

fJ"","'"T ' ftM"F'V,,B l"" 12 THESUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBERS, 1891. ' (-""-. J-r5v u It .r, a t 'i. I- :& : I, ., HEAL ESTATE & BUILDING. 0 OnANGK IN TnK CONDI riON OF THE REALTY MARKET. Marked Activity Not Expected Rororo Spring Rnlldlnjr Operation AboTO thoAvornco for This Sanson HnUUng Inspector Kntrrlnlo's Report West Ecltincton. The real-estate market for tho past week has been one of medium activity. Though eomo agents made several good transactions, tho majority consummated but fow sales. Theso were generally in tho nature of small dwell ings. There was little or no Investments for speculative purposes and the sales outside of the resident and businoss sections wero not numerous. The same conditions which pre vailed the week proTious to influenco tho market, a statement of which appeared in tho last issue of tho Herald, still hTo control, and it is believed that owing to tho lateness of tho season, there will bo no marked activity until the spring boom sots in about the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

jKHfecmrr'imsKiJ-E 1 V -'''I ?"i-v' ' - --- v - - . 1 X"l " '- , -"( -!) J i , h UP w Ih !fl ii KM. THE SUNDAY, HERALD, NOVEMBER 8, 1S91. - "' ! " . . - I . , I " " " : - --71 -- , , , ' l ' ''I i.nT Wff-Tini.i I, . . in I ' trr -"X . t4-J-a3---J--- W, j , YT : -J I M H ; , f - - :. (( X ) Noilh CapitoliStreet ' j rVy JsJ' r Nj ! A- rn I MM C -Tl r? I LI " m c ; f NV7 M"' s a - a ' e s cj a t j & m t gyCi ""& a's- - i - t e . g t . 5. ? mi. & ar - " w S aw w y t ?; : it . A -r! !l ' 5 i t s rT-i , , -, i w ' , J R loo mud Jt e i- . W wj , A p-,, . ! g c ao Jw $ 8 K .aw , t J j i . -. a$ K-yN ;::p:i; ; ; - f ? ' : t- p f a : r- i - - - g " " rw c r t- V ? ? t 2 3aa 24sp ft le i--(! - ---------------------- - .,- . &-L ol " " -j ? LL-fzzii3 -- ft z; p 8 w - yS - " .' pr c - B i - . t , ,w ' . I A V. "Mi? S rl 5 o Amu & t . . " I J -------. rj- yy NifS: ? : - a ' " s 1 - .- & v -. . I " " . ky 4iv--a-. ? w " fe j H - - - s 3 - - a r - . : -: fPCsc, W.T ij j --2 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

rh,'li. ' 4rim.,'fi4v ' v r XjJU- Ift-T -r-i -Wnr ' .1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 8, 1S91J - - i ' i ....... 14 sijca-Mt WiizztljZK&i $&Ut&VJ2l. ?JMifccJWC?5. gUxi?ifcjSfcs:. --wffc.v 4 l!l I ! m - ' ip&mJbdnr (Ems 3tffc$g.. CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND Q-.A.S FITTER. Load Burning a Specialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 8027 it STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. a REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH-BTREET SOOTHE AST. All Orders left at 615 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. Gr. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SAMTART FLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. Tie Henry IcShane MANUFACTURING Cfc, G.. J. McCUBBIIff, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C, P. J. F1NGLES, 417 Eleventh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

sabmsasiffi&iMMls ...?7Wswrwli"- -.'--.. W1 til -j- - - 9C7W-- "T-- t"-sB3&'1' 5WWr iawUwHWf-tWlWWiAfcM 1 v W - -i.ii,. - -iiyt 'if .-- --j THB SUMDAT SJBRALU, NOVEMBER S. 181. 16 3E &rl $: BUwtJUsr!u m&xtl W&kvft sSbrnJU;! M&&1 VEsftafce M&&1&V& $teX fW5tfcs fflL&&inx& i- ,.H. a I I) m i THOS. G. MSEY & CO., Heal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, , 1300 F STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Flno now houso on 5th st ne; 9 rooms; bath; nil m i; large lot. Nenr 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. IMS SELLS RENTS 610 13tliSt.N. W. Conveyancing. Titles Exahiinod. ARDKEW J. SCHWARTZ, CLAIMS, REAL ESTATE AGENT INSURANCE, NO. 005 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. Houses Rented and Rents Collected. Country Property a Specialty. THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, a ROOMS Nos. 4 and 0, 934 F STREET, Wash...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

tW-HnLt . .wAH 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER8, 1891. s t U It v IKt VK r ft 8f s i EDDOATINa THR MUSCLES. AW IMPOBTANTPAHTOF THE rUBLIC SCUOOI, GURKIGBI.TJAI. Developing tlio Body ns Well ns tho Mind The System in Ubo in tho Schools Hero Tho Totnl Enrollmont of Fttplls in tho District. It Js three years 6lnco physical culture bo camo a part of tho public school courso in this city. Miss Stonerona, who has chargo.of this department, is a delicately built and refined looking young -woman. While uot robust she enjoys perfect health, an'l owes it largely, sho eays, "to practiclnc what I preach and try to teach." Sho Is a craduato pupil of Duddloy Sargent of Harvard Collogo, and an en thusiast in her profession. To a Heiiald representative, a few days ago, sho en deavored to givo an idea of tho health exer cise system as practiced and which sho has largely helped to develop. Mias Stoncroad said: k(It is not so easy to devise exercises that childron can practico successfully between rows...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

ESHliffiaiiSSSSaiaSteiiS: -, ,,A ' ; !" &w& 3BKfel EaJtxonai 3UttUsttJC& PAGES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1891. 17 TO 20, hmmmmh ityag iT-Wml Sfchftr " lr-Ji U-, ?,ilMMiLUiXLXL. LJUL, JL'.- Wl -.! lOILU'J.W.!,.1. .' -i ySMs wJULvi Alj;jJ.Oii!!&"!ftillP!WiilHS,!W'i MW!WW... . .- xrrxsr: --:.'; : . . . x t-- .--r, ... Pf WASHINGTON MUSICAL CLUB, SKETCHES OF THE ARTISTS WHO COMPOSE IT AND ITS PLANS FOR THE SEASON. Slnco its organization tbo Washington Mu sical Club has steadily grown in popularity. The members are talented and able perform ers and have earned enviable reputations both at homo and abroad. In their ensemble play ing the result of close study and musical in tuition is at once apparent. Mr. Henry Xander has been under the im mediate instruction of the greatest masters achievements. His exquisite enidation of tone coloring, pianissimos, and exact phas ing is seldom equaled. Mr. HerndonMorscll, after studying In Italy with Lamport! and Vaunucini, sanginLondon for six...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

IS THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOV KMBKK. 8, 1891. Sliortcm Shy nnd Herbert. Sponccr. Shortcm Sliy nlnys 'round my knoe While 1 rend Herbert Spencer. Hut still the more I rend nnd rend My lgnornnce grows denser; For Sliortcm Shy decries my taste And tells mo every minute, Say, papa, I don't like tlint book. There ain't no lions In It." Now Herbert Spencer is n great, A world-compelling thinker; No heavy plummet lino, or truth Goes deeper than Ins sinker. But one man rends his work way through Tor thousands that begin it, They leave one-half the leaves uncut " There ain't no lions In It." The age-old errors In their den Does HerbertSpcncer throttle, And ranks with Newton, liiicon, Kant, And ancient Aristotle. Th mlithty homage of the few 1 tese towering giants win it, Th millions shun their hunting ground. ' 1 icre ain't no lions In it." 1 lc ive this metnphyslc swamp, Tulck grown with sturdy scions, And ronm the Meadows of Komaucc, With Shortem and his lions. He brinirs his gaudy Noah's Ark ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

W ' V . i -wr 5 tci wa: : vr TH K SUNDAY HERALD. NOVEMBER S. 1891. asjsri..t. r-TriB T,i-aTfr, :.: 19 N M h SUING FOll MITjTjIONS. The IJff Mono Cliilm AgiihiHt HioUniloil StlltOK. A case of more tlinn ordinary interest which has been pending befiro tlio Couit of Ulnlms for ninny years, will soon coino up for argu ment. It Is particularly Interesting here owing to tho fact that the clulmnnt, during tho wnr, lived In Washington. Tho imiso is that of George W. Morse against the United States for 84,500,000 on account of the use by the Fideral Government of a patent breecli londlng rlllu of which Morse was tho inventor. Tho interests of the Government in tho case will bo represented by .Indue Cheney of tho Department of Justice, and his office has for some time had tho appearance of an embryo gun factory. Moiso oilginally came from Baton Rouge, Lu., but during tho war lived in this city. Ho hid a mm factory at Harper's Feiry, which was an important manufacturing point at tho time of th...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 November 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD. NOVEMBER S. 1891. 20 COSTUMES AND BONNETS. THE LATEST IDEAS OF THE NEW YORK FASHION AUTHORITIES. Special Correspondence or Thh.Huhai.i). Nkw Yohk, Nov. 0. As this is the season for wedding cown, it will he interesting to noto a bridal costume lately sent from Lon don, which had a "bell" skirt of Irish point over white satin, with bod co and piincoss train of white beimalitie. The bodice front, of lace was cnugut together with sprays of myrtle and orunce blossoms. The sleeves were of bengallne. The train was lined with satin and trimmed down one side with bows of satin ribbon holding blossoms and sprays of myrtle. A tulle veil and a half wreath of the blossoms ami myrtle completed the cos tume. The Eimllsh fashion of cloth dresses for brtdcsmnids will be seen here in midwinter, When white broadcloth and delicate pink or yellow will be worn as a dip skirt and coat $c-::- basque, having a vest of silk, silver or cloth-of-gold brocade. The gloves and shoes of white su...

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

- Hn& Iffisski ltinal !ttiUigm VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY.NOVEMBERIS, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 35, IH IU IMY. ft,l I !,i 1 M '! I I I 1 1 NO LONGER "EN OFFICE." THE L1TEKAKV CENSORS DECIDE THAT NOVELIST BOGY MUST UO. Gonurul Hnuni AVrltcs a Scathing Bo view of Bogy's Boole to Secretary Noble, mid tho Latter I)l8mlnnes ho Author I'rom the I'onclon Oitloo. Tho uppoarauce In this clt.v n lew weeks ago of a novel entitled "In Oflleo" created con siderable of u stir. The book dealt with do pjrtmental lite, and Its characters, many of whom were painted lu rather unsavory colors, were so thinly disguised as to bo easily recog nizable by most well posted persons. Tho author of this book Is Louis Vital Bogy, until yesterday a clerk in the Pension Office, lio Is a grandson of the lal.o Senator Bogy, of Missouri. Up to a year ago ho was connected with a local paper and was considered a bright young journalist, lie found a Govern ment position to be more lucrative and ob tained employment in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD. NOVEMBER 15, 1891. IN MUSICAL CIRCLES. It is many a year since there has been a topic for discussion among the musicians o greater importance to the profession in all its branohes than the adoption or a now standard pitch by tho Piano Manufacturers' Associa tion of New York and vicinity, at Its meeting on tho Oth instant. Tho now pitch, to be known 6 the "International," is that A, which gives 435 double vibrations In ono sec ond of time, at OS0 Fahrenheit, or, for the benefit of those not so technically posted, it Is very nearly that which is known as tho "French pitch." Organ makers havo for some time been gradually lowering tho pitch of their in struments, but piano makers havo been loth to sacrifico the brilliant effect obtained by the use of the concert pitch, and the majority of pianos of the better makes havo been tuned to tho high standard. Now, after tho 1st of July next, every piano aud organ sent from tuo lactones ol the larger manuiacturers will bo tun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

- TTZ"&:ir X"' 'T'l 1 gW' ' ' ' ? W '"" V JH iS q JN'E)yr KR ALIO . NOVEMBERIS, 1891. 3 A if I Kfl ! II u flh w W.'i v It I1 N U' i aj-ff :yi y ttvwHW-'dMMw. v-fc. IWrvssliiasis Mrs. Colonel Gilman, of Fifteenth street, gave an elegant tea on Thursday to a few of her lady friends. Miss Katie Giltnau, who has but receutly returned from Europe, assisted her mother In receiving with her native grace and ease, aud delighted tho guests by her charming music. Some of tho ladles presont were Mrs. Filling, Mrs. General Rochester, Mrs. Horatio King, Mrs. W. Ross Browne, Mrs. lluxford, aud others, besides several of Washington's belles. It seems to be the grow ing feeling that 'tis more agrecablo to hostess and guests that one should dlvido one's list of friends in eiving entertainments and thus avoid oowdluir one's home, which, from a too generous hospitality, has become so common in Washington. Mrs. Gilman Is one of tho first to malic so desirable a change. Mr. aud Mrs. Charles W. Sauss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

4 THESUNBAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 15, 1891. Cije imbap JjJeratfc -AND- "SeciUg (ftattenaf 3fdTtgcucci;, the National Intelligence? ESTABU8HC0 180C. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED U. 'Entered nl the TostOlllco nt Washington, I). C.i ns Sccoiul-clnss Mutter. J, .U.SOUUr;, I Proprietor.. ..T. IIUXSI2Y, I A Editorial and Publication OttlcoB South west Cor. 11th mul KSt.o. 2T. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Qubecrlption (in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made bu postal note, money outer, or checks on Kcw York or IT'osh lugton. Illicit checks on banks in other cities arc sent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to posses their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absoluteness of sujjlctcn importance to justify publication will be wcl corned from any one, ajid if valuable will be paid for. Contributors arc respectfully requested to re tr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

"1&C&' ST - THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER, 1S91. M I i K mi w ? r-i WEDDING MARCH MUSIC. TII1S AIK IS VVTjT. OF IT TIIKSK TUMN BAYS. AU- Alany I'rotty Itfurrliigo Ceronionlos tho Past Wcolt, and More lo Ooino Itenu tlful Costumes anil Lavish Floral Decorations. One of tho most charming of tho Autumnal weddings took place in NoW York-avonuo Church on Wednesday, at 12:30, whon Miss Fannlo Ktco and Mr. Charles 0. Baesott wore married. Tho brido is ttio daughtei; of ox Sonator lUco, of Arkatisas.and is Weill known In WaBhinctou society. The groom is con nected with tho Geolouical Survey, and has hosts of friends in this city. Tho chancol was decorated with pots of palms and tho pulpit with garlands of smilax and white satin ribbon tied in tbrco true-lover's knots. Upon the reading desk stood a largo basket of American beauty roses. Tho ushers wcro Mr. James Longstreet. jr.: Mr. James McElhono, Mr. IMill Brown, Mr. Hubert Breckinridge, jr., and Mr. II. D. Cummin. Each of theso gen ...

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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