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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

FIRST. Is it wiser to buy where the land is 30 to 60 feet above tide level, or, on the other hand, where the land is 300 to 400 feet above Washington ? SECOND.- Is it wiser to buy where malaria and mosquitoes abound, or, on the other hand, where the elevation is beyond malaria and mosquitoes"? THIRD. Is it wiser to buy where only six to nine trains stop daily, or, on the other hand, where twenty-one trains stop daily ? FOURTH. Is it wiser to buy where dirt roads of meagre width, muddy in wet weather and dusty in dry weather, are found, or, on the other hand, where wide macadamized avenues, dry at all seasons and made without cost to purchasers, are already prepared? FIFTH. Is it wiser to buy lots in a newly-plowed field, with vague promises of extensive improvements, or, on the other hand, near a store, post office, :and many beautiful residences, with valuable improvements already made ? SIXTH. Is it wiser to spend the summer nights in the sweltering heat of a low valley or upon th...

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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

c r iMMSSte K f m - irjr m I -- 7 ij3S-ffiga-r is& . W " -C UMlffi V :' -"- o .. Vr. . xr 7S 5 SsZ-' ,.. II I !! Ill I ..,.- I,. I.,. ... ,M .HI - . .1. , - .. : " " " III ,., . , CONGRESS AND TUB SERVICE. Senate. Mr. Teller bv request Introduced n bill (37S1) for the relief of Commo. Joseph B. Hall. Mr. Mnndcrson adversely reported the bill (109G) to fix the status of aetlug nsst. surgs. who served during the Into war, and the bill (1292) to fix the status of acting asst. surgs. and contract surgs., U. S. A. Mr. Blackburn introduced (by request) a bill (3S03) relative to the Insp. Gen.'s Dent., U. S. A. Mr. Cameron reported with amendment the bill (2701) concerning the rank and pay of cer tain naval officers having served a full term as chief of a bureau. Mr. Chandler reported the bill (II. lt. G940) providing for the sale of the Navy Ynrd and Naval Hospital lands in Brooklyn, N. Y. IMr. Davis reported the bill (1037) to place the name of James M. Williams upon the Army re tire...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY IS, 1S9Q, 1uJ5rXxi;3 O&cilumm JERSEYS AND SHAWLS AT Almost every lady weai-3 n Jersey In the sum mer. Why? Ueenuso there Hn sort ol a llnlslica dressy nlr about them that does not entail tho necessity of drawing on a trlmming-burdcned waist. And the absence of all such embellish ments means comfort in warm weather. Now you want a GOOD Jersey. "Wo did not say an expensive one, necessarily. But it must bo a reliable quality, or some accident will befall It. Wo are going to run through our price list with you, from ourSl.50 grade to our SlO one just a lino about each but you want to imagino the word KELIABLE written in great big letters across them all. S1.G0. All wool, imported, plain front and plaited back. . ,., . , . ,, $2. All wool, imported, with vest front, with a better quality, same style, at $2.50. S2.75. Silk-tuclsed front, high shoulders, cults with silk braid. , , S3. Smocked and tucked front, black, Navy 1)1 uo mid jrrccn. S3.50. A la Mil...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY IS, 1SQO. s COTJ. OANADAY RESIGNS. The Senate "Wilt Select iiN'cwScrccaiit-nt' Arms To-Morrow. Uol. W. r. Canaday, Scrgcant-nt-Arms of the Senate, lins decided to resign that position, and it is said that the resignation will be com municated to the Senate to-morrow. Sev eral months ago there was considerable gossip respecting a change in Col. Canaday's office, nud several different dates were Used for the change to take place, but the announce ments always proved to be mistakes. There has been no talk of a change now for some time, and the statement of Col. Can aday's intention yesterday proved quite a surprise. He will remain in Washing ton to represent the interests of several corporations at the National Capital. He has been Serjeant-at-Arms of the Senate since 1SS1, aud has been an efficient and popular ofticinl. There arc two prominent candidates for the position ex-Reprcscntatlvo Valentine, of Ne braska, and ex-Sucrlff Leeds, of Phila delphia. T...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

wki J,trr 3&Ifelg 3Sati0ttal ntllitiK:i$x! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MAY 1S,1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 DRAPED IN SOMBRE BLACK. "THK ODD KUT 1'UETTY 1IED IN WHICH A SENATOK'S WIFE REPOSES. Bizarre Robes DoNuit to Match tho Mlnok Silk of tlio Shoots How a Bright ami Original Society Woman Keeps Hor Health anil Iteuuty. "Don't think that I always got up as lato as this,1' said Mrs. Senator Davis, as sho camo down in a soft morning gown of black damassu to greet a HkiiazjD writer a few mornings ago. It was about 11 o'clock, and tho caller had been kept waiting a few minutes, as the maid explained, because mndamo had but just risen, and had not nnished dressing when tho card was taken up to her. "When I hnvo been out or up lato tho night berore," Mrs. Davis continued, smilingly, "I tako my beauty sleep in the morning. Usually I rise at an hour most people would consider unearthly. I act up at 5, breakfast at 0, and when tho morn ings arc line I nm ott for a canter in tho BUburbs with a couple of ge...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

io THE SUNDAY-HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY IS. 1SQO. TWO SOCIETY FREAKS. MAB 1'ICTTJBKS THE SERPKNT-1YOMAN AND THE HOY-GIKI.,. How Lovely Woman Dresses for a Conch-InB-Klilo How n Serpent .Woman Diesscs How the Boy-Girl Tnlks, Acts, nnil Drosses. Special Correspondence of Sunday Heuat.d. Nnvr Yoiik. May 10, 1800. Next to the owner of n yncht, the one man In Now York who Is courted, caressed, and fCted nil the yenr round. Is tho one who possesses a conch. Every woman hopes not only to get ait Invitation, but the lnvltntlon, thnt Is to sny, a sent by the driver, the one placo where shcenn see and bo seen (tho hitter most Important) best of all. A fashionable four-in-hnnd now looks like a movable llowcr-jrarden, for every host of n coach tries to get tho prettiest women on top and those who best understand the art of dress. Sensibly enough, most of them are adopting tho English fashion of wearing cotton gowns, but as these cotton gowns are made with great care, of pretty colors, and have a Fren...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

ts THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY MAY IS, 1S90. 11 m The Summit Crest of Highland, ituate within 100 feet of Highland Station. Washington Branch Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Only 4 Miles from the Capitol and a Quarter of a Mile from the District Line. 2 Miles Nearer City than Hyattsville and 21 Miles Nearer City than Riversdale Park. Iheice Lots in this Beautiful Subdivision Were Placed on Sale Monday, May 12, u AY E, LY LOT HAV EEN SOLD AND AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES, VIZ: CORNER LOTS, $300 EACH INSIDE LOTS, $250 EACH; ONLY $5.00 CASH AND $5.00 PER MONTH. 1 count er ue nt W ow Purcha sers 2 A N DAI ON H H DOUBLE TRACK B AND Only ten minutes' ride from the city. Commutation tickets 4i cents a trip, (less than street-car fare.) Columbia Railroad 'Bus pass the Heights, and connect with all points in the city. Situation high and rolling. Pure air, healthy climate, and good water. Yiew embracing many square miles of beautiful country, and directly overlooking Highland County Club Park, Hyat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY IS. 1S9G. AMONG THE PLAY-HOUSES. PROMISED ATTRACTIONS FOR THE WANING SEASON. Tlio Cnrloton Company's Closing Week Helen I.iunont nnd .Tlminy Power Com inn Also tho I'iumous Strauss Orchestra General Notes of tho Stage. By no means the least successful of the Carle ton Opera Compauy's efforts during its present engagement was tho proilucton of "Mynheer Jan" at Albaugh's la6t week. Indeed lu some respects tho capabilities of the company were shown to better advantage than In anything so far attempted. Musically tho main strength of the opera lies In the choruses, and therein is the company likewise fortunate, for, barring numer ical strength, it would bo dlillcult to substitute a more thoroughly off ectlvc chorus than the ono which has been doing such good work for Mr. Carleton's productions in this city. They are excellently drilled, but aside from the mechani cal results of their drilling there appears a con scientious and intclligcntlhdirldual effo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

JLlc&olj XAc&JLXf"i ,w -- ! 7 ' i '! CAPITAL NOTES. Washtngtonians are proud of their home. They firmly believe that some day the Capital will be quoted as tho most beautiful city iu the world. But before then we must educate Con gress in an artistic way and make them realize that there is a limit to our appreciation of me diocre equestrian statues, and that a modern red j brick and gothic structure make uncongenial companions. But we go too far when we claim that Washington is tho cleanest city in the world. There arc mauy, many cities its supe riors in this respect. Because our main streets are kept in reasonably good order we do not ap preciate that back yards and alleys may not be in like condition. But whoever is to blame, whether Congress or the city government, there is room for improvement in the care of alloys. The windows of many dliilne-rooras look into neighboring back yards or out on alleys. Surely tho local government ought to look to it that the alleys and yar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 18,1890. NEWS OF TUB LODGES. WJIATTHKllKKTIIKKNOFTIIKSECKKT FltATKKNITlKS AUK DOING. Sir Knight Attend Ascunolon liny Serv ice? Arranging- for a Lodge of Sorrow IlnpiionliiRH Among tlio Odd Follows Notes About tlio Itcclinhltcs and Ameri can Mechanics. Tlio following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tlio ensuing week : Lodnrs. Mnsonic Temple Benjamin 1). French No. 15, Monday, 10th; Fentalpha No. 23. Monday. 10th; National No. 12. Tuesday, -20th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 21st: Nuw Jerusalem, No. !), Thursday, 22d; Hope No. 20, Friday, 23d; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 23d. A. A. S. 11. Sanctuary, 1007 It street Cathe dral: Haimony No. 17, Thursday, 22d. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. f, Mondav, 10th; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs day. 22d. Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Anacostla No. 21, Monday, 10th. . Royal Arch Chapters. Masoulc Temple La Favette No. 5, Tuesday, 20th; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday, 21st; Washington No. 2, Thurs...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

3 THE SUNDAY'HERAtD.SUNQAY, MAY 1S1S90. IS M I r WHERE GOOD BEER IS MADE. A VUlt ti Portlier' Big Browing Estab lishment in Alexandria. The tiny was worm, and many Invitations were beliiy; exchanged among perspiring citizens to "come nnil have a beer." A Sunday Ubiiai.d reporter accepted one of these Invitations, theu another, and found the amber lluld so cooling and refreshing to his parched palate that ho asked who made the delicious beverage. "The Robert Portlier Brewing Company, Alexandria," said the white-aproned man behind the ban "What 1" said the enthusiastic reporter; "they make such delicious beer as this so near Wash ington 1 How do they do It J" "Go down to Alexandria and sec," said the barkeeper. The reporter decided on the spot to do it, and to give the benefit of his experiences to the read ing public. Accordingly passage for one was contracted for on a fleet steamer plying between the city and Alexandria, and the curious one 60011 stood without the portals of the mag...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 May 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY IS, 1890. OUK NEIGHBORS THE THRUSHES. Trials ami Tribulations of u IMrtl Family in KstnbllfOiinj: a Home. Were you -ever wakened by the sweetest of sounds at 5 o'clock of an April morning the llrst song of the ilrst t brush of the season ? No 1 Ah, then you do not know what the coming of spring really is ! What tells these tiny creatures that apple-blossoms arc In bloom two weeks earlier this season than usunl? Have they a keenness of scent that detects this most delicious of odors from afar ? 'Tis no use trying to guess these natural conundrums. But on such a morn ing in April, when Aurora pccpcilovcrthc glow ing eastern horizon, all draped in garments of rosy purples, woven from floating cloud or mist, my old friend announced his presence by such a rollicking song that I sprang from my bed to sec if my senses did not deceive me. Sure euough, there ho was, my slender-bodied little brownie, bobbing and dancing with delight in his old place on the lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

ft , , - ni - &Tit?wni& JUrir 3Uff&l:g IJ&tixm&t Itti&lligi? VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, jVIAY 25,1890.-16 PAGES. NO. lO OUR NAVY WINS A VICTORY YAHDS TO UK KESEWED AND RE PLENISHED. Tho Possibilities of u "Vnr with Foreign Nations Discussed in tho Senate Our Weakness on tho Sea Tho Govern ment's Policy Denned. Tbo Navy won a decisive victory in the U. S. Senate yesterday. As tbe Naval Appropriation bill passed tbe House it contained provision for $50,000 for Improvement of tbe plant at Ports mouth, (N. II., ) Navy Yard, which tho Senate Committee on Appropriations moved to strike out, mainly on tbe ground that, as argued by Mr. Gorman, it meant a reopening of tbe Ports mouth Yardandarcorganutiou of the entire sys tem of tbe construction of the Navy. He thought the Senator from New York (Mr. llis cock) was right in saying that it was purely and deliberately a movement to go back to the old system. Mr. Blair, in opposing tbe committee's amend ment to strike ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

' n-Ib. SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, rvIA.V 125. 1S0O. X3-OX4 E3"VS3rB3?SC STiJJM8!? Goranxl "-ni "-a gr"""- CJULOAO jM Hk H h ' H HRm 109 ib JpH 13 tore SdSJ M1LLINE BLAOK and WHITE LEGHORN FLATS, worth 81.50; bargain price, 5c- ENG-LISH LEGHORNS IN BLAOK .A.1 Cd eervtss- Lace Straw Plats, open work, worth $1; bargain price, 45c. Black Plats, large size, worth 49c; bargain price, 19c. Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c; bargain price, 12c Chip Plats, in all the latest colors, worth SI. 62; toargain price, $1.19. Trimmed Hats, exclusive styles, worth S5; bargain price, $3.50. LABIES' FURNISHINGS. A drive In Swiss Ribbed Vests, only 10c. Better quality Swiss lllbbed Vests, at 12Jc. lUegant quality Balbrisjmn, high neck, ribbed alcove, worth 39c; our price, 3oc. Silk Vests, line qualities, in all colors, -worth SI; our price, 100. A full line of Cotton Underwear at King's Palace popular law prices. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Our "King's Palace"' Celebrated Unlaundered Shirts, double reinforced, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

' THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.MAY 25. 1S90 iUtehlij ilatiottii nirlligcnccr. thf National intelligencer ESTABUSHEO 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD CSTAOUSHEO I34U Entered at tho Post Offlco at Washington, D. O.i ns Sooonil-olasB Matter. nuc. Moreover, it Is believed the site can 1o secured for less than any other of the available sites which have been considered. It is sin cerely to be hoped that no objections to the final Bclection for this latest proposed site for a City Post Office will develop and that the nec essary action for securing it and for beginning the creation of the building will speedily be taken by Congress. SOCIETY NEWS AND 01TAT. Continued from third pane. J. A. II. SOUIE, T. 1IENSKY, Proprietors. Editorial and Publication Olllces, No. 400 Tontlt Street Northwest. $30 REWARD. "THE SUNDAY HKUAIjD" is convinced thnt there Is an organized Kane of paper thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers around nnil tako tho papers from tho door stops. "Wo will pay a rowaril of $ao fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MA.Y 25. 1890. i r ', ?. . 1i UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS. HARRY BARTON and W. HENRY WALKER, Trustees. ADDITION TO BROOKLAND. Situated immediately north of and adjoining the rapidly improv ing village of Brookland, and near terminus of the ElectricCars and University Station. The most beautiful and most accessible to the centre of the city of any subdivision in the District. The cheapest lots, considering the character of the property, yet offered. Eor plats and terms call at the office of KEDFOKD W. WALKEE, 1006 E street northwest. s iHj j H Hl ONE MORE DEFEAT. THE WASHINGTON TEAM LOSES THE GAME AT JERSEY CITY. It iviiH n Close Contest How tho Teams Now Stand An Interesting Local Game General Sporting; ami Atlilotic News of tho Week. JiuisEY City, N. J., May 24. Tho Jersey City team played in excellent form at Oakland Park to-day, and defeated the Washington nine by the following score: Washingtons. ss i3 ? a.' Jei-oy City. c j llrulercr 0 1 Gk'nsoiiBS 0 1 1111(1 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

'J I , 1 I CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senatb. Mr. Ingnlls introduced (by request) a bill (3S01) granting service pension to ofliccrs, soldiers, snflors, and marines in the U. S. Army and Navy of the late war, their widows and orphans, nnd providing that no distinction be made between ofllcers and privates. Mr. Iiigalls presented a petition of ex-soldiers of Miami County, Kan., praying for the passage of the service pension law. By Mr. Farwell, a memorial of citizens of 111. and Ind., remonstrating against appropria tions of money for coast defenses and the crea tion of a navy, etc. 13y Mr. Evarts, a petition of more thnu 200 members of the Grand Army of the Republic, praying for the passage of Senate bill 3140, giv ing preference to honorably discharged veterans iu"appointment to positions under the Govern ment and retention therein. Also, a petition of the N. Y. Chamber of Commerce, urging the passage ol the bill to transfer the revenue ma rine. Mr. Hawley reported, with an amendmen...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

THE; SXJM3DA.Y HERALD, SUlvllDA.Y. MAY 25, 1S90. 1 4 ?wfcrtejK (crtumm FABRICS AT If you hnvc followed us ever since tlic warm weather set In you will remember we have been pretty well through the list of light midsummer materials Clmllles, Flannels, Ginghams, etc. -Ginghams and they arc trotting prettier every season aro supplanting tho Challies rapidly. That is simply a whim of fashion but there Is one thing your mothers wore nnd their mothers before them that Is as staplo as truth. ;No amount of designing and picturing will ever work them oil tho track of public favor and that Is the coterie of Whito Goods. White is a warm-weather color and their weight insures tho very acmfi of comfort. They change- a little, of course-as you in talking alter your form of speech; so they year after year .change their expression. It is prices that interests something tangible for you to pin your calculations to and wo namo tsomo telling prices. Have conlldenco enough In our judgment to bellovo wo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

' THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY 25. 1SQO. A VISIBLE WEAKNESS HEVJJLOrS IN HOTII TELEPHOSE ANI) OKAl'HOPnoSE STOCKS. Itnnk Stocks In Doinnml Georgetown nnl Tcnnnllytown Ilnllrontl Advances Gun Cnrrlnjro Active Ulcctric Light Jumps Lonn mill Trust Conies to the Front. Grapbophonc and Telephone. How rhythmi cal they sound. How delightfully they jingle. But how unfortunate that both show the same element of weakness at this time. Can it bo that "one touch of nature which makes the whole world kin" affects them equally because of that harmony of sound f The one Is a dividend-payer. Not, It Is true, quite so large as in days gone by; but still a pood return on the money Invested. The other is full of a glorious promise for the future In fact, it has been all promise. But then it is the anticipations of life rather than its realizations which go to make up the 6um of human happiness. And the "expectations" based on Graphophonohavo been rich in their plenitude and magnificence. The reality...

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