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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

f? -- . - i ' $ v- . j . i - ' . - ,v.mw , -.. 4 ,. . . rj t ji,gi, ! tt hi n .tW. M 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 20, 1891. J c h HOLIDAY THEATRICALS. WHAT THn MANAGERS HAVE TO OF.FKK FOR CHRISTMAS WI3EK. Bills to Suit tho Morry Monti wT tho Senson To.Nlght'fl Concert at Al-banch's-Somo Romnrk on X.nt Week's Attractions. The touch nnd finish or a truonitlst aro found Jn every bit of Mr. Richard Mansfield's 6tago work. Thoro 1b no slighting of any part and the beauty of It all lies in tho fact that tliis delicate observation of details is attended with appnrcntly nomoro effort than would bo exerted in cvory-day lif o. In other words, tho acting of his every rolo is characterized by a naturalness that is born only of versatility of the broadest kind. Ho presented last week at Albaugh's a repertory of fivo plays, Includ ing "Beau Brummell," "Prince Karl," "A Parisian Romance," "Don Juan," and "Dr. Jekyli and Mr. Hyde," In all of which his ex cellent company gave charming support. Miss...

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. — 20 December 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 20, 1891. ; i 7 I 'f! 'THE ARMY AttD THE NAVY: ARMY NOTI3& Tho Major General commanding the Array has Issued a genernl order giving tho names -of officers and enlisted men who distinguished themselves by "specially meritorious 'conduct In service" during tho year 1890, nnd In tho recent campaign In South Dakota. Tho list includes the followiug names: First Lieuten ant II. T. Allen, Second Cavalry; Captain H. P. Birmingham, assistant surgeon; Captain William L. Kneedlcr. n6slstant surgeon; First Lieutenants .Tamos Watson, Tenth Cav alry, and 1. II. Clarke, Ninth Cavalry; Cap tain E. P. Ewers, Fifth Infantry; First Liout onaut II. C. Hale, Twentieth Infantry; Cap tain .1. II. Hurst, Twelfth Infantry: Captain P. S. Botnus, Second Lieutenant P. E. Traub, and Second Lieutenant Samuel BurUhart. jr., Twenty-fifth Infantry; First Lieutenant J. G. Ballanco, Twonty-second Infantry; First Lieutenant T. W. Moore, Ninth Infantry; Lieutenant Colonel Dallas Bacho, s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

MKSXJNJDAY HERALD, DECEMBER20.1891, XMAS GIFTS FOR THIN POCKETBOOKS. :J Only Four Shopping Days Bo fore Christmas. DO YOU realize It? ARE YOU going to give any presents this yearf WILL YOU let us help you do your shopping? CAN YOU afford to buy before looking at our wonderful stock T OUGHT YOU not try to mako a dollar go just as far. If not farther, at this eoason than any other? MAY YOU not regret 6omo purchases else where when your friends tell you what thpy paid for presents iu our store? MIGHT YOU not miss tho opportunity to do more good and croato more happiness If you did not thoroughly cxamtno our stock ? HENCE OUR LEAN POCKETBOOK PRICES. Children's Fur Sets, Muffs and Collars. WHITE ANGORA. $2.50; actual value, $4. WHITE THIBET, $J.S0; actual value, $4. TIGER CAT, ?3; actual value, $5. ?UJFL0N nl1 colors), $5; actual value, $7. WHITE CONEY, 09c; worth, $1.50. Fur Capos. SEAL, OTTER. MINK, KRIMMER, MONKEY, BLACK MARTEN, WHITE THIBET, MOUFFLON (Blue and Salmon), ASTRACHAN, PER...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

-.. j-wiMi '5 Uttfr SUWfclg E&tltftt&l $TUgm,. f 1 ;R ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 ,AS TO GOOD BEER. DISTRICT POLITICIANS. iim-m i inmnwwuMjywwuiium,, tiW,, U i 'Virtues of Barley Malt as Against Corn Boor. .Aug, Busehj Tico Presidont of tho Anheusor-Busch Browing' Association Interviewed. 'Effort to Manufacture Cheap Beer and Its Results. -BBEU CONSUMERS AND SHBIR 1UGHT3. From St. Louis Sunday Mirror, Dec. 0.1 An editorial in the Sunday Mirror of last week ou tbo BUbject ot "Beer Culture" nt- traded a great deal of attention by reason of the statement made therolu that there aro su perior and inferior articles of beer selling to consumers at the same price perglass. There was no intontion in tho artlclo to do an in jury to any browerylnterest, but toiu form the reader that ho should insist on having tho best beer for his money and not accept the In ferior. Superior beer is made of barley malt. Barley malt is expensive and the beer made from it ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

. Ill IIMWHHWIPilWl !, -. ( ' ''!' BtrtlUl-' - JHMMTiAMA Wt l . - iyi, (''--n, , W" " ferWWlt -fi 'I'tWIftliBii. ..i . - f - I 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 20. 1S91. NEWS OF THE LODGES. WIIAT IS GOING OX AMONG THE BU CKET FKATKKNIXIES. The Komnrkablo Ilocortl of Columbia Commnntlory Moro Mnsonlc Elec tions Activity Among the Odd Fol lows Notes From Golden Cross and Independent Mechanics. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin 13. French No. 15, Monday, 21st; Pentalphn No. 23,Mondny, 21st; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 22d; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 24th$ St. John's No. 11, Friday, 25th; Grand Lodge, Saturday, 26th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G 6treot Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 22d. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 21st. Masonic Hall, Anacostia Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 21st. Jloyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Washington No. 2, Thursday, 24th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 25th. Masonic Hall, Georg...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

I I G M i It ii,' m i l' TMESXJKJDA.Y HERALD, DECEMBER 20, 1891 11 Buy Something Good or Don't Buy. 1 T,if ' i . THE AMEEICAN IDEAL KAMBLER is something distinctly good. x It is not the cheapest in price, but the cheapest in the end. It sells for $65 and is worth every cent of it. It is made of the Best Imported Weldless Steel Tubing, is fitted with ball bearings and has the Rambler spring frame; it is adjustable in every part, is suitable for either boy or girl, or for lady of light weight and small stature, and every wheel is backed by a reputable guarantee. It makes a SUBSTANTIAL HOLIDAY GIFT, one which will last for years after most of the cheap cast-iron crocks, called "children's bicycles," have gone to smash. Steel will tell. " '. . K SAMPLES CAN BE SEEN AND TRIED AT '."ii 1325 FOTJI?;TEE3S"TH STREET ,OBTH;W'ES 1 ' GORMULLY & JEFFERY A DAILY POSTAL CARD. HOW AN OLD SOLDIER MAKES HI8 WANTS KNOWN TO THE PRESIDENT. The very latest eccentric contribution to the President's ma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

"WiKBPflBBIIi . Mt wiMWwiwi"Mlian i'inn) fl(lH 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER SO, 1S91. '.tTT-Vf j-Tpr-' REAL ESTATE & BUILDING. THIS liKSIUAlHIjITY OF SatAIb DWKIXIXGS AS INVESTMENTS. Plans for Devcloplnc tho Northenst Stc tlon X.oolt!nK for a Brisker Mnrliot Cold Weather and tlio Holidays Ar rest Building Oporatloim. No appreciable change In tho local real estate market was noticed during the paBt week, th6 buying of Christmas uoods and tho retention of funds for settling yearly accounts being tho apparent cause. A few quite important Bales were made, however. It can bo safely said that a most prosperous atid busy season is indicated. The dealers are making exten sive preparations in anticipation of such a season during tho coming yoar. Not a few dealers will next season engage quite largely in the buying .of city lots, which can be had at low figures, and tho erecting thereou of Tiouses desirable In 6izo and prlco for those buyers who desire to invest In homes for their own o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

'.uW . .! HS ?-, THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER20.1891. 13 I. V I 1 1 It I I u . I S'l . vt WANTED HIM DRIED OFF. WOULDN'T HAVE HER NEW CARPET SPOILED BY A DRIPPING CORPSE. Written for Tnn Heiiald. Tbcro was no denying tho fact that eho was mad, and any ono could sco that eho didn't p.arowho know It as eho burst Into Police Hcadquaitcrs. Showas a little woman, but sbo was buslncBs from tho fall of tho flat; to tho finish. "This Is Pollco Headquarters, I believe?'1 eho 6atd. It was, she was Informed. "Well, tho Lord knows you keep It hot enough and cIobo enough," sh'o snapped out, fanning herself with her open hand. uWhy don't you open some of. them winders t" "Against tho law, iuadam," politely ex plained Inspector Swindells. "Well, to Jericho with 6eck law, I say," Bhe went on. "But that ain't neither hero nor there What I want to know is whether any of you havo seen my husband lately." That would bo impossible to say, it was ox plained to her, until after she had more fully described...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

bi 4 js TK'r" ?&$ e.ouat-. ,af 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD. DECEMBER 20. 1891 - -tr -x --- - I,,, , " -' . w ), J A CHRISTMAS STORY "With fcligUty Ijittlo Sentiment No Tears in It. and A strong odor o stale beer and tobacco pre ceded him, and a neglect to avail himself of the elevator had rather winded him. Ho braced up in a momcut, however, and as ho seated himself bcsldo our desk ho was quite himself again. Ho must have divined our thoughts, for ho quickly said: "You wore about to do mo an injustice, un intentionally, of course, but au injustico, nevertheless. N05 I am not in need of a blto, nor docs a debased appetite cravo a drink." Onco more ho must havo dovlned our thoughts. "You are at a loss to know, then, what I do want. I will inform you," ho continued, settling himself back more comfortably in tho chair, and drawing from an lnaido pocket a Eollcd and worn bundle of manuscript. 'At this season of tho year, when all hearts aro presumed to bo overflowing with peaco and good wil...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

W &" must" A JtT 1 ' rr . ., V 4 4 VI -! THE SUNDAY HERALDDECEMBER 20,1891. 15 4 ir ;J: i, fTTPW " r A a ' SEND pm pon CATALOGUE, Football Suits, Rugby Balls, Boxing Gloves, Sleds, Toboggans, Skates, Health Machines, A Fine Display of Steam Machinery will be afforded the Boys next week in our Show Window. Parker, Lefever, and Colt's Hammeiiess Breech-Loaders, All Kinds of Guns, POIiYANDROUS WOMEN. Conditions Under Which Two Mon Have tho Sumo "Wife. Goldthwaito'a Mognstno. In a recent letter from a member of tho expedition that ie surveying tho boundary line between Alaska and Canada the writer Bays ho has met tribes on the upper Yukon River whore It Is not uncommon for the wo men to have two or more husbands. Ho speaks of tho people aa miserably poor, nnd It Is an Interesting fact that this Is the condition of the people In all parts of tho world among whom tho practlco of polyandry prevails. Mr. Rockhlll found an opportunity three years ago to observe this custom, which exists ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

iV J, f , M IB THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER SO. 1S91. OW-ZLsTIIDsra- EZTEN"SIYE GTTA.:R,:R,X:E oif CO., rf y PINK M ARBLE, BLACK MARBLE, BUILDING STONE, LI THOGRAPHIC STONE, BRICK CLAY, MOULDING SAND, OCHRE, SLATE : N V SOAPSTONE, A HAS BEEN CHARTERED UNDER THE LAWS OP THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, WITH ALL THE PRIVILEGES OF MINING, QUARRYING, AND BUILDING. THE PROPERTY is situated within a mile of the thriving cities of Waynesboro and Basic City, Augusta County,-Va., four hours by cars to Washington HAILROADS. The Norfolk and Western Railroad passes through the property, and is within one hundred yards of the quarries, whilst the Chesapeake and Ohio is within one mile. The transportation facilities are unsurpassed. A very vital consideration. WATER POWER. South River flows through the property immediately in front of the quarries, and will supply abundant water-power for the running of all machinery. A point of great importance. OU ARRIVES. The property is rich with various stones of the h...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

if V(ft"- jV,rir-"W'y"'' ." t " .7;AtK;.v fcXfj-U'usw'Aisri'rs; ' -. ifTrt-r ltHpr wf , s II Jirrft Mltl H&tiatt&i Stti&U$gtttf. si 3U Il.'l Ik; X Stanton ': M I rff 12 f) 1 (. 1 ' I II if K PAGES CORNERING CRIMINALS. TVHAT FRENCH INGENUITY HAS DONE TO AID THE POLICE. Ihu Bertillon System of Idontlflcntion and How It WorftH Individual Pccu lttirltleB Noted nnd Recorded In u Wny That Loaves Iilttlo Chnn6o of Mistake. At ParlB in 1882 there was Inaugurated by tho Prefecture of Police a system of identifi cation of criminals which in its mimito com pleteness was without precedent oven in that home of perhaps the shrowdost police depart ment in the world. Until that time tbo police of the French capital employed for the identi fication of criminals a system which time and -experience had demonstrated to bo not only faulty, but al60 inadequate. Under the old French 6ystem the color of the hair, for in stance, was described as being one of four shades, brown, blonde, black, or...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

mtafgmw r x lfc " -W jaywffS fittffqi,. K, -h" -sVm - IS TTK SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER SO, 1891. itt'v&324iimymtmc ft m 'ft it f. r ITALIAN MARRIAGES. THE TIME WI1EN PRIEST3 RAN MATRI MONIAL AGENCIES. National Review. In the fifteenth century, as soon ns an Italian girl had attained her twelfth year she was considered locally marriageable. Tho sumptuary laws of Genoa and Venice per mitted her to wear gold and sliver brocade, rich velvets and sllk6, and to cover her person with jewels, tho better to attract the attention of such young gentlemen ns wore admitted to her society. On her twelfth birthday being magnificently arrayed, she was led to tho parish church on foot under a canopy of white and crimson Bilk by her parents who, as may well bo imagined, woro on so solemn an occasion their richest attires. A band of music marched In front, playing a lively tunc, and all tho neighborhood turned out to 600 the sposlna, who, after mass, on her return to her family palace held a recepti...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

V tf"!-- 'lu:iiiWV4ij T.-fctfrykj2r-r; -r- THE SUNDAY HEARLD, DKGBMBElJR 0, lSM. in I IS IT A DEAD FACULTY ? THE POWER OF ONE MIND COMMUNI CATING WITH ANOTHER. l'rolcssor Lodjro in the London Times. Tho ordinary processes of observation anil oxperlmcnt are establishing tbo truth of eomo phenomena that aro at present contemplated by science, and to which tho orthodox man shuts his cars. For instance, thoro is tho question whether it has or has not been established by direct experiment that a method of communication exists botweon mind and mind Irrespective of tho ordinary channels of consciousness and tbo known organs of sense, and, If so, what is tho process ? It can hardly bo through some unknown Benso organ, but It may bo by somo direct physical influence on tho other, or it may bo in somo still more subtle manner. For brevity, it may bo styled "thought transference," though the. name may turn out to be an unsuitable ono after further investi gation. Further investigation is 1uet ...

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

20 THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER SO, 1891. T UP PIKE'S PEAK ON THE BACK OF A TRUSTY PONY THE SUMMIT HOUSE. Where the foothills of the eaBtorn slopo of tho Rocky Mountains sink away to the oast ward Into tho vast, bleak prairie of north central Colorado lies the beautiful city of Denver, the largest of tho majjic-born cities of tho now world. It had its birth scarcely a quarter of a century ago, says a writer in tho Indianapolis Journal. No romances Iibb woven Its web about this city nor can legend find a a placo in the yarn of tho pioneer. Whoro the dull, bare expanse gave to tho beasts of tho fiold a romping ground and where tho weary caravan kindled a camp-firo by which to pass a night in solitude and sllonce, now stands imperial Denver. I walked about her busy streets, thrilltd with its pulsing stream of constant llow lng animation, wondering how such things could be, and had reached tho outskirts of tho city before I knew it. Standing on this suburban plain my first impulse was to...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

JgSn !-. JTWr s? . THE SUNDAY HKRALE), DECEMBER 20. 1891. 21 lil is! h A WINTER WOOING. Guess I reokonctl that I'd never Pop that question t' Mirandy. First I tried to was ono summer, Bottin' on hor dad's vorandy. Tbon ono August, too, I thought I'd Ask hor, in too clover meddor; Had n sot speech; but somehow sho Looked too cold to tako tho hoatlor. Next titno wuz th' slldin' party Out at Crawford's, an1 Mirandy 8ald sho'd slido if I could find a Extra-sized toboggan handy. That jest sot mo tlnglin', sol Asked hor if sho'd go a joggln' With my arms around hor, slldin' Right alone on life's toboggan. Then Mirandy smiled her sly way, With tho color alia buddln' In hor chocks; an1 said as how tho Question took hor kind o' suddon Ltko, an' loft hor without breath t' Say a word; but guessed tho ily In' Downth' hill, with winter blowln' In your fuco, wuz rathor tryln.' But sho whispered if I'd steer hor, Jost us straight nn' jest as clover, Down life's groovo as that toboggan, Sho would s...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

r iV-tip 22 THE SUNDAY ERALJD. DECEMBER 20, 1891, THE WONDERS OF ALASKA. A MILD CLIMATE AND ABUNDANCE OF VEGETATION AND GAME. Pittsburg Dispatch. Mr. J. EL. Ferguson 1ms returned niter au ab6onco of eight months spent In the north westorn portion of Alaska, nntl whllo tho United States Government does not appear to know how to utilize its extensive purchaso of 577,000 square miles, or something more than twolvo times tho size of Pennsylvania, it is creditable to this city that a few men havo had tho courage to invest $50,000 in survey ing and prospecting in tho "laud of tho mid night sun.M Regarding tho trip, Mr. Ferguson, who was In charge of tho expedition, said: "The object of tho oxpedltlon wns tho exploration of that point of Northwestern Alaska bounded on tho north by Kotzebuo Sound, south by Norton Sound, and west by Bering's Sea. Wo char tered a steam vessel in San Francisco with a full complement of mochanics and stores for a year's absence. Tho cabin passongers in cluded M...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

mvuuumvmmn THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 20, 1891, 28 WHY SUFFER WITH THE GRIP? iV ffft - OF LIFE ! I .vjBMwmSi 'UrtMWLH1 SSiKS3Si-!k yrc "i'WSS ,1Ski JKi-O.fSSSSKMW-5. HH PROF K'O 0 BALM jBBBai!5jflBH '1 t V, T. .A.. OOOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, Tlie Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. "WIEiiaiEa: OTTIREiS: WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHCEA, T. .A.. OOOZ. ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. ZEIE-A-ID WZEaZ-A-T THE PEOPLE SAY Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. C, and Elsewhere. From tho use ana well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem it duo its worthy discoverer and tho pub lic to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy: D. K. CARTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARIHUR, Associato Justice. A. B. OLIN, Associato ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 December 1891

r li4Uto.ffM)flTOmnvr "i -ygmyar,niV3 ft.',,Trirwici p ' f - nw-w. wpAf, mm-r ..rm - .. 4: THE SUNDAY HERALD, DECEMBER 20. 1891. r f ij? i A TIOMANOB IN REAL LiIFB. Strnnso Clrcumntnucca Under Which a Brother Courted u Sister. St. Louis Globe-Democrat- Tho State prison In Jnckson, Mich., has just yielded another story which Is stranger than Action. Within tho wnlls has been confined for thirty-five years a. French Canadian named Joseph Duquottc, who is now Gl years old and a harmless man. About 1856 he married in a distant Canadian town a woman who had two illegitimate children a boy and infant girl. They Vrore very poor aud cladly gavo tho baby to a family In very comfortablo circumstances, who promised to treat It as a daughter. Duquette brought his wife and tho boy to tho Saginaw Valley, in Michigan, and was ono of the first to arrive in that section. lie was not a bad man, but Tcry passionate, and in a moment of anger no killed his llttlo stepson. He received a llto sentence. So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 December 1891

tt6SEv : fyiW'P SJL - . Jtnfr 3fflJiigr IJ&iixm&l ItttjelUgtx VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. -41 jWV JKfm vHy CB'V nKriHj i0 JlKk J j&HbL flk IS IT WAR OR PEACE? CONFLICTING VIEWS AS TO 1HK CHILIAN AFFAIR. Facts "Which Show ho Government is Preparing for War 1'acillo Assurances From Ofllclals The Remarkable Dinner Party at Smior Montt's Last Night. "Is It war or peace?" was still the qucstiou around town yesterday among people who take an Interest in the Chilian affair, notwith standing the positive declarations of Assistant Secretary Soley ami others that there was no thought of war in naval circles. With those who have been following closely the courau of events in the Chilian matter, little rcliaueo was placed In the pacific assurances of the As sistant Secretary of the Navy. Any number of facts are known that point unmistakably to the conclusion that the Gevernmcnt is preparing for war, and has been straining every nerve for days to p...

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