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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

14 THE SXJN1DA.Y HERALD. NOVEMBER 29. 1891 SBuU&jfcTjSU - " i1 ii KJktU&jstrss ill CHARLES LQCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND O- 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. 3027 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 1ML, COLE, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 420 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. All Orders left at 015 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITT ER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SANITARY PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry IcShane MANUFACTURING CO., G. J. McCUBBIK, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. a P. J. FiNGLES, 417 Eleventh Street N. W., Plumbing and Gas Fitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing Promptly Attended to. J. E. QUINTER, PRACTICAL...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

THE sfe'isfiDAY HERALD, NOViBIVIBRIR 29, 1891. 15 ?&jCSll W&t&trt BUtadxtrss $X&1 W&& M&&X&K& iteort W&k&kjz bcurteKSi. TOOS. G. UENSEY & CO., Real Estate, Iioans, and Insurance. 1 300 F STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Flno now house on 5th Bt no; 9 rooms; bath; all m i; largo lot. Near East Capitol street. Price, $0,800. Wo can rent several houses In the i north west section to reliable tenants at rents ranging from $30 to $75 per month. TELEPHONE CALL, 1105-2. BUYS SELLS S INSURES oio mil st. n. w. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW J. SCHWARTZ, OL-AJMS., REAL ESTATE AOEBT 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 0. 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 alway...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 November 1891

t v fa . t - ?,. V 16 TJWB SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 29. 1891. GOOD-KY. T Si E F A I TOYS T .. v ' m sister emu V-' . - . There's n Itlnd of chilly fcelln' In tho ulowln' of tho brcozo, An' ii sense of sadness fltonlln' through tho tresses of the trees; An it's not tho sad September that's slowly drnwln1 nlRh, But jes1 Hint I renmraber 1 hnvo como to say "Good-by 1" "Good-by" the wind ii wftllltiB1; "Good-by" tho trees complain As they bend low down to whisper with their green leaves, white with rain ; "Good-by" tho rosea murmur, nnd tho bondln' lilies sigh As If thev all felt sorry 1 hnvo como to say "Good-by 1" 1 reckon nil have said II, sonic time or othor soft An' ensy like with eyes cast down that duro not look nloft, s f H Xfr tS- tT- f w &n urjj Wri. F j -e A v . I Tor tho tears that trembled in thorn, for tho lips that choked the sigh When it kind o' took holt o' tho henrt, an1 made It beat "Good-by 1" I didn't thluk 'twas hard to say, but 6tandin' here alone With tho plea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

f jiV 1 'Jf - u w -Jir-vs.rirfp - is K-ftr E57rr" wl -. a r - i& Sfe " J, - . .? fVrSat4w ' fcpWNnuawirfw ir - f i , JUtfr Wklig 3$&ttfn&l Stfiiigtt& VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1S91.16 PAGES, NO. 38, lm X JfC w TUB SPEAKERSHIP FIGHT. UNSUCCESSFUL CONTEST IN THE DI8MOOBATI0 CAUCUS. A Truoo Arranged Until 10 O'Olock To Morrow Morning, Whoa the Battle Will Bo Beiumed-Details of tlio Pro codllngs Yesterday. Before 11 o'clock yesterday tbero wore slcne at the Capitol of tbo approaching con flict over the Speakership. LleutonautB of the various candidates were on hand and picked out available rooms for tho headquar ters of their principals adjacent to tho hall of tho House. Mr. Mills was assigned tho ro6m of tho Committee on Ways and Means, Mr. Crisp tho room of tho Appropilations Com mittee, Mr. McMillan tho adjoining 6ub com mittee room, Mr. Springer tho River and Harbor Committee room, and Mr. Hatch tho Naval Commltteo room. At least an hour before tho c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6,1891, CAPTAIN IUSK'S REPORT. "What tho "Water nnil Scwor Dopnrtmcnts llftvc Done tlio Pnst Year. Captnln James L. Lusk submitted to tho Commissioners of tho District yesterday his annual report. Tho report stated that tho officer in charge of tho Washington Aqueduct laid during the year one 24-inch water on Eleventh, hetween K and L streets northwest; one similar main nnd ono 30-Inch main on New Jersey avenue, between L and B streets; also one 24-inch main on K street, between Now Jersey avenue and Eleventh street cast. During tho year tho snmc ofllcer transferred to thoCommi68ioncrs tho control of 131 valves on tho outlets of tho largo supplying mains. Tho principal extension of tho District's water service was tho laying of a 12-Inch main from tho staud-plpo on Meridian 11111 to Fourteenth 6treet extended and Park 6treet, Mount Pleasant. The total length of mains laid by tho distribution branch of tho Water Department during tho fiscal year of 1891 wa...

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

HMMnwnmprm BSSJIwW'fJ z j. ' V'4 THESUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6, 1891. & rBW ap.fa-: t- fell !$& '. v-, v m. -,. & S8e5 m& & isrtSi , .w to '.' ff Tho following programme of receptions and dinners to be given by the President and Mrs. Harrison in January and February, 1892: Fri day, January 1,11a.m. to 2 p. m., Presi dent's reception; Saturday, January 9, 3 p. m. to 5 p. m., Mrs. Harrison's reception; Tues day, January 12, 9 p. m. to 11 p. m., Diplo matic reception; Tuesday, January 19, Cabinet dinner; Saturday, January 23, 3 p. m. to 5 p. m., Mrs. Harrison's reception; Tuesday, January 26, 9 p. m. to 11 p. m., Congressional and Judicial reception; Tuesday, February 2, Diplomatic dinner; Saturday, February 0, 3 p. m. to b p. m., Mrs. Harrison's reception; Tuesday, February 9, 9 p. m. to 11 p. m., Army, Navy, and Marino Corps reception; Tuesday, February 10, Supremo Court dinner; Saturday, February 20, 3 p. m. to 5 p. m., Mrs. Harrison's reception; Tuesday, February...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD. DECEMBER 6, 1S91. i?i is .1, i I 5 jr I IV 1, h: R a. & AND Ttfccfttg Q)afwna Snteffigcnccv. the National Intelligence!? ESTABLISHED 1800. the Sunday Herald E6TABU8HC0 IMS. Entered fit tlio Tost Ofllco at Washington, I). C.i as Second-class Itfattcr. J . H. SOUI.13, 1 Proprietors. . ..T.HEXSET, J A Editorial and Puhlicntlnii oniccs South west Cor. 11th and KSts. N. W. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscript! on (in advance) per year $s.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or cliccks on HTcio York or Wath inalon. fVhcn checks on banks in other cities are sent the cost of cdllccttonwlll be deducted. The Editor of Tiie Sunday Hibald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons who desire to possess their communications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absoluteness of sufflcien importance to justify publication will be wel corned from any one, and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors are rcsjicctf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

fx ' 4. , rfABfrl. - - Wrv jHrtitf'. t .KUMtttAA&k...J -t TF-R SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6, 1S91. u? 1 - ' ' ' ' ' - r M m WHAT SHALL WE GIVE? ALICE OFFERS S0A1IJ SUGGESTIONS IN HUK LETTER TO LOUISE. My Deah Louise: With big stride Christ mas is coming upon us, and tho perplexing question, "What shall I givo for a Christmas gift?" is uppermost in women's minds. Tho saving custom of sending souvenir cards at Chrlstmas-tldo has nlmost died out. It was a blessed fashion, for the outlay represented by theso pretty littlo trifles was frequently about all tho sender could afford. So greatly has tho demand for Christmas cards declined that tho English manufacturers are thinking of abandoning tho making of them altogether, tho business being so uuremuneratlvo. Tho passing of tho Christmas card fad makes tho festlvo period, with its obligations of "giving and taking," somewhat of a hardship to many. For tho slender purses, tho art and fancy stores are havens of safety, compara tively. Tho ...

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

e THE SUNDAY JHCERALID, DECEMBER 6. 1891. IN THE STAGE WORLD. VARIED ATTRACTIONS AT T1IK DIF K.KKENT THEATKES THIS WEEK. Stuart Itobson at Albaugh's, '"A Parlor Match" nt tho National, nnd "Power of tho Press" at tho Acnilcmy- Last Week's Bills Stage Gossip. To sco Mies Magglo Mitchell has become a custom which many pcoplo would sorely re .grot to bo forced to forego. It little matters what tho piny may bo In which she appears before tho public, she still remains tho Mag gie Mitchell of old with a warm place in tho .hearts of two generations. Last week Miss Mitchell presented a now play at Albaugh's Grand Opera House. "Tho Little Maverick" is a good play, but Miss Magglo did not suc ceed in sinking her individuality In the role of May Percy. Had 6he done 60 her admirers "would have called the piece a failure. As It was they turned out in numbers and greeted her with 6mlles and tears the usual compli mentary accompaniments. Her company is si very good one, and "Tho Little Maverick" w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

w a - H A 'ft I THESUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6,1891. ggjSiS raw TUB ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tho following changes In tlio station of ofll ccrs of tho medical department have boon or dered: Fhst Lieutenant Paul Shlllock, asslst nnt surgeon, Is roHovcd from duty at Fort Yates, N. D., and will report In person to tho commanding ofllcer at Fort Orant, A. T., for duty at that post. First Llcutonant William N. Sutor, assistant 6urgcon, Is relieved from further duty at Fort Grant, A. T., and as signed to duty at FortBowIo, A. T. First Lioutenant George P. Ahem, Twonty flfth Infantry, has beon detailed as professor of military science and tactics at tho Cdllego of Montana, Deer Lodge, Mont. First Lieutenant Oharlcs P. Elliott, Fourth Cavalry, has beon crautod four months' Blck lcavo, with permission to go beyond 6ca. The Army Orduanco and Fortification Board haB mado tho following allotments: Five thou sand dollars for Improving tho proving grounds at Sandy Hook, N. J.; $5,000 for mach...

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

-"iwpi rtwtnHfrJn m m TMR SUNDAY HERA.LD, DECEMBER 6. 1S91. av ':r-"-'iwG.r:r u sr . rp WMmM wisps. PRINCETON AND COIUMBIA.. The Local Team MaKos u Good Stand Against "tho Tigers." The Princeton team, with few exceptions the same that lined up against Tale on Thank giving Day, on Tuesday played the champion Columbia Athletics. Fully 2,000 people as sembled at Capitol Park to see tho "Tigers" at play. The crowd resembled that of Thanks giving Day, for behind the lines were a largo turnout of the coaching parties, several tally hos, and busses. Washington is a haven of Princetonians, and on this occasion the black and orange of. that college were as conspicu ous as tne red and blue of the local team. Though the Princetons did not have all of their regular msh line, they had in their places men who are almost as good and who next season will occupy the positions. The spectators saw football that was football, when team work combined with strategtlc moves accomplishes more than the brut...

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

in mrf,r '" . ., , -m.CSwjU,, 4 UJ, iwTKttanl, 4-iw- ,v '.' 3ku& Mkl M&ti&n&l ntUi$nvi .t m ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. B t i I ill i IM". I!! ill II j (18 m IS VV. 1 J m WOMEN WHO PAINT. "MUY MAKE A GOOD SHOWING IN THE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION "Twenty-six Whosoi.XMotnroR Woro Ac copted, and Will Bo on View To Morrow Many Good Pictures hy tho Best Known Artists of tho City. Tho general public bears little of tho Wash ington women artists, of -whom there are soveral whoso talent Is undoubted. Thero aro slx young women connected with the Art Students' League, bestdo Mrs. E. M. Gal laudot, second vice-president, and Mrs. Her bert R. llessaler, secrotary. Theso ore Miss A. E. Solomous. Miss Margaret Tomes, Miss Bertha E. Pcrrlo, Miss Mathilda Meudon, Miss Elizabeth Wlushlp, and Miss Anna M. Sands. All of these ladles do good work, and dovoto themselves, at much sacrifice of personal ease, and without hope of further reward than the -success of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

fl 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6.' 1S91. ;ix.,Vr NEWS OF THE LODGES. RESULTS OF THE MASONIC EJEC TIONS THE FAST WEEK. Sketch and Portrait of Past HIrU Frlost FugUt What In Going n Amonjr tlio Odd Follows. Indspondcnt Mechanics, and in the Goldon Cross. SCOTTISH ItlTE MITHRAS LODGE of Perfcctibn In accordance with the invita tion of the master of Stansbury Lodge No. 24, F. and A. M., the members of Mithras Lodge of Perfection arc requested to meet at the e-athe-tiral of the rite on SUXDA Y. 6th December, at 12:15 p. 7ii., to attend the funeral of our late brother, Henry Frederick Breuningcr, 18. Members mil appear in the uniform of their rank. By order of WM. OSCAR ROOMS, 33. ALEXH. HOLT, 82, Venerable Matter. do6-9 Secretary. Tho following Masonic bodies will meet npon the evenings ol the ensuing wcelt: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 7th; Pentalpha No. 23, Monday, 7th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, Sth; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs day, 10th; St. Jo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

- . .,,im " """"" - - . 4 T" . - " - m&z.t ,sGSMjW ' if ft t .c i I .- -hK , ,m -, THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECBMBER'B, 1891 11 j - -WITT T T- ' "" - .. -r TH IF "1 t m:t ijy-gonks m: hy-honks. Written for TnE Sunday Hehald. Lot Ur-jroncs bo by-irouct. If by-goua wero clouded, By tiURlit that occuslonod n pang of regret, ' O, lot thorn in darkest oblivion bo shroudod; 'Tls wisest uud Hi? kind to forglvo and forget Lot by-gones bo by-gonos, nnd good bo ox trncted .From nil over which it is folly to fret; Thowlscst of mortals havo foolishly noted- The kindest aro those who forglvo and for got. Lot by.gonea bo bygones. O, cherish no longer 'JMio thought that the sun of nffeoiion has lot; Eclipsed for n moment Its raya will bo stronger ir you, like a Christian, forglvo nnd forgot. Let by.gones bo by-ironcs. Your heart will bo lighter ' - When kindncBS of yours wlth'reception has mot; " Tho llame of your love will bo purer and brighter If, God-like, you strive to forglvo and forget Lot by-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6, 1S.91. REAL ESTATE & BUILDING. LOOKING FOIIWAKD TO A B1USK aiAKKKT AFTER TIIE HOLIDAYS. A Nwrnlior of I, urge Project Alrondy Under Discussion Prices Well Sus tained A Slight Increase In llulldliiK Permits. The burden of tbo talk in real estate circles the past week was that of many important and largo operations which are said to ho in the course of making. On the principle, "in time of peaco prepare for war," 60 iu the period of tho customary dullness now prevail ing, the time nud thought of real CBtato deal ers are now being devoted to tho inception and preparation of plans for the coming sea son. And one should not concludo that these contemplated operations will be confined to any one or oven two sections, for every sec tion of the city and county are included. It is needless to state that just precisely what these proposed operations arc, tholr extent and exact location, is kept a matter of secrecy. With the attention of everybody concentr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

. jj.ii. Wi a .-- icow9nEt" LTL ,- ...-WiW n'fm7Tfmm?ei ll&K "(IS1 r .ii i5i, - . - 1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 6. 1891. 1W - -4- -r -j' AT A BIG SOUTHERN FAIR. WHAT A WASHINGTON MANSAW'AT THE AUGUSTA EXPOSITION. Tho Stitro ami Stripes Kvcrywlioro 1)1b pliiyod by the Loyal nnil KntorprlflliiB CltlzouH A Gront Clianco to Study Southern Characteristics. "I havo just returned," ho remarked by way of introduction, "from tho land over which cotton still wields tho sceptre From a town where cotton bales can bo countod by tho thousands, a town In which tho predomi nating vehicle is a long, low, two-whcol dray, drawn iuvarlably by a mulo, and driven, of course, by tho ever-prosont darky. I havo rofereuco to that bustling and thriving llttlo ' town of Augusta, Ga. "Three years ago tno good people thero determined that an exposition should behold by them, and in November of that year ono was held. Last month they hold a Bccond ono. Tho first ono was a groat success, not only as a means ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

14: TEiB SXJN-DA.Y HERALD, DECEMBER 6. XS91 IBuitsv li)aUst:g! TTTSid 8 "WT '$31urofrrtr sis itUwjg CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND gas nrrrEjaa. 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. Hkm COLiE, REGISTERED PLUMBER, (JAS AND STEAM PITTEE Job Work a Specialty. 42G EIGHTH STREET SODTHEA8T. All Orders left at 615 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS ANDgTEAM FITTER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SANITARY PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE PLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry McShane MANUFACTURING CO., C. J. McCUBBIN, l MANAGER, NO. 433 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. FINGLES, 417 Eleventh Street N. W., Plumbing and te Fitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing Promptly Attended to. J. R QUINTER, PRACTICAL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

jj. - .-r ,, Tjj f. " l S is THE SUNDAY "HERALD, DECEMBER 6. 1891. 15 tifll-.nlnY '1JJ.-j..igr-?: $tSd W&ttttoS $HfcJU(?Si W&nl ffl&tkxt& M & tJU sj flW wn ft i TMOS. G. MUSKY & CO., Heal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 1300 E STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE Fino now houso on 5th Bt no; 0 rooms; bath; nil m 1; largo lot. Near East Capitol strcot. l'rlco, $0,800. Wo can rent eevoral houses In tho north west section to reliable tenants at rente ranging from $30 to $75 per month. TELEPHONE GALL, 1103-2. A. M. GORMAN BUYS SELLS 111 610 13th St. N. W. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW J. SCHWARTZ, CLAIMS, REAL ESTATE MINT INSURANCE, NO. 605 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. Houses Rented and Rents Collected. Country Property a Specialty. "r - THOMAS A. MITCHELL. Mitchell's Bureau of Exchange, ROOMS NOS. 4 and 6, 934 F STREET, Washineton, 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, House...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 December 1891

if I.W'lwu-.iww r it - Ji 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER6, 1891. IN MUSICAL CIRCLES. The musical circles of Washington lament tbc loss of one of their own number, otio who vras devoted to his art and who had done much much to advance Its domain In this his adopted home Professor Robert C. Beruays. l'rofcssur Bornays began his resldenco hero twolvo years ago, coming here from St. Louis. Ho wa6 the Georgetown Amateur Orchestra's first conductor, and much of lis succssa Is duo to his initiatory work In It. Ho was also a charter member of the Choral and Wncnor So cieties. On the opening of AlbaugU'i Opera IIouso Professor Bornays became the director of its orchestra, which position' ho retained to bis death. His death is a severe loss to local musical circles, and his widow (a sister ot John Philip Sousa) and child havo the sym pathy of every one. At the last rehearsal of the Georgetown Orchestra suitable action was taken on the death of Professor Bernays, and resolutions were' passed r...

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

y v--vI'Ar,,!," 1S?rt,'7 . . rJJfiw SJiTy.,:.Ml..,r..Mii..i.i. wijj,i.fiMWiiiiyy .... -' - j 1 .Ww"-,iit - i"T 'a " i-iH -- - "" "w rr" tfr u V Uttir HUjefcklg 3latjOrttal it?ilig?tc&& ' VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 39. Stanton 1 Ufa In 8 OPPOSED TO SEPARATION. BUT THE FUENCH (ILEItOl- MOST 'i'AKE WARNING. Amhl much ISxoitomont, Altor Heated Debute, tlio French Chnmbcr of Doii utloK Rejected ik Motion Demanding tho Soptiriitlon of Church untl Stntc. Paris, Dec. 12. In tliu Chamber of Dcpu tics'to-day the debate on M. Hubbard's mo lion of yesterday, condemning tho hostile ntti tudo ot the clergy and demanding that Bteps bo taken for the separation of tho church and state was very boated. M. Turrel demanded that fresh laws ngalnst tho clergy be enacted. M. de la Fosse, speaking for tho members of tho Right, adjured tho Government not to -disturb tho present relations ot church and state. Premier do Freycinet said that ho would - never allow t...

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