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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

Pie JVwfr 33ffki &kixiu&l nilligxicK: ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MAY 25, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE BALLOTING BEGUN ! SURPRISED THE GAMBLERS. t-A .1 I i r 1 1 KM i Riuiu ft- i NEAItU'TWO HUNDKED CONTESTANTS ALKEADY ENXKIIED. Tho "Sunday Herald'" Free European Excursion Tor tho Most Popular School Tcnchor tho T:illc or tho Town A Gold Watch for tho "Winner. The offer made In Tun Hniui,r ot Inst Sun day lo glvo the most popular teacher in Wash ington a trip to Europe this summer created a decided furore in school circles. It has been the topic of tho week among teachers and pupils and their friends. In fact, it has been discussed in every home of Washing ton where the favorite Sunday jour nal of tho Capital City is read, and on all sides expressions of warm commendation for Tim Sunday Hkiut.d's generous enterprise have been heard. It is admitted by every one to ho tho most unique and geuerons undertak ing ever inaugurated by a Washington journal. Not only was Tun Hekaid's offer the talk o...

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

'i 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 25. 1SQO. r AllE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS? uah is and she visits a fobtusk ti;lli:b. TfVJint AVns Found Out About the Future Edwin Booth tolo Father of Thirteen Children The Story or nKlnR'B Future Xouls XIV and HI Fntnl Frosent. Special Correspondence or Sunday Herald. New Youk, May 23, 1800. The desiro Is stromr with tlio avcratco womnu of to-dny to have bcr fortuuc told. One mar bo a grandmother, still the Interest In tho fortune teller never waxes or wanes. Tho "divinity which doth hedgo a king" is as nothing as com pared with that which surrounds tho woman who can look into tho future. I was one of a party last wools who went to Iihtc their for tunes told. I was promised a handsome hus band, coming from over tho soa, with groat TTcaltu, and that 1 would bo tho mother of thir teen sous, each of whom would bo a genius m his way. Tho "in-his-way" struck me as being very funny, lor out of tho thirteen in prospect I thought one might havo a gonlua for p...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 25. 1SQO. 11 NOBLES OF HEART AND HEAD. A new order of honor Is needed, And 'tis timo Hint the old pasted away, For it must nnd It will bo conceded That the gods wo huvo now are nil clay. Then hurrah for tho man with tho hammer 1 Let him smite, in the dust let him tread, Tho builders nnd moldcrs arc busy, Givo us nobles of heart nnd of head ! "His MoJcsta',, words without meaning, For tho monarch possesses it not: "His Highness" tho man has a leaning To tho gutter, in fact, is n sot. "Most Nohlo" Alas ! Ho is fnmous As n sollcr of virtue instead. Ah God, give us soon, glvo us only Tho nobles of heart and of head 1 Is nn ape, although gilded with riches. Worth moro than an imago of Christ? Tnko tho old idols down from tho niches. Too long has their worship sufficed. Let us bow to tho man lie's our hero, Though he tolls like a slave for his bread; Lot us honor tho world's only great ones, Tho nobles of heart nud of head. Hear the prophets with awe, though...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

112 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 125. 1SQO. r A SUPPLEMENTARY SEASON AMU3BM13NTS TAKK A SOTA1U.K Sl'tJUT 1IKVOIIK HOT AVKAT1IKK. Tho Strauss anil Gllmoro Concerts Carle ton Ones mill Helen I,aiuon(. Comes 31 Ins t rolsllcopcnt lie National A Gran tl llcncflt to IklanaRor Kornan. The Carlcton Opera Company gave its Inst scries of performances at Albaugh's last week, ami closed its season amid the regrets of a large number of opera-goers, to whoso cntcrtninment it has so satisfactorily contributed during its engagement here. The Inst week was the best. "The Queen's Lace Handkerchief" was added to some of its previous renditions, aud given with most happy success. The full strength of the company was called upon last week, and each member succeeded in leaving a final impress of merit upon the public. Mr. Murray ns The Premier did his most distinctive as well as most effective work of the season. lie showed dramatic powers of more than ordinary rank, which, together with his vocal ski...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1S90. 13 A FUNNY MAN'S MISSION. COI.. J. ARMOt KNOX COaiKS HERETO MARK SENATOR QUAY LAUGH. After a Series of Innocuous Advontures tlio Humorist Accomplishes Ills Purpose by Tolling "VVhnt tliu Senator Pro nounces the Rest Jolto of tlio Century. Col.. 1. Annoy Knox, the eminent pachyderm ot the humorous press, reached Washington un expectedly by the fnst freight on the Pennsyl vania Railway Inst fourth dny. The train, it grieves mo to state, was soveutcen hemispheri cal knots behind time. Tho conductor had brought tho train to a stop for that period of eternity at Bladensburg, Md., to afford his pa trons a cursory view of a duel that was in pro gress between a clerk in tho War Department and a boardlng-houso keeper of Washington, whoso butter the aforesaid clerk had, in an un guarded hour, impugned. Tho conductor had another and more sinister motive for stopping tlio train at Bladensburg. IIo had mado tho ir ritating discovery that tho locomotive's ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

; .2'J2&4.(! 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.MAY 25.1SQO. NEWS OF THE LODGES. MANY MATTKUS OF IN'TKKEST SKCItET SOCIETY MEMBERS. TO A New MiiRontc Lodgo Instituted With Ap propriate llltcs Bcnutlful Word on Symbolism Happening" Among the Odd 1'ollown, Jtochnbllcg, and Inde pendent Order of Mcclinnlcn. The followlnR Masonic bodies meet upon tlio evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Daw son No. 10, Monday, 25tb; Federal No. 1, Tues day, Cfitli. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Blue Room: Arminlus No. 35, Monday, 20th: Acacia No. 18, Tuesdnv, 27th. Brichtwood Hall, Drlghtwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 2G(h. lioyalArch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mt. Vernon No. 3, Monday, 2Gth. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 27th. lioyal and Seleet Masters. A. A. S. H. Sanc tuary, 1007 G street Washington Council No. 1, Saturday, 31st. Commanderics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple De Molay No. 4, Tuesday, 27th; Wash ington No. 1, Wednesday, 23th. Ancient an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, IVtAY 25. 1S9G. 15 EVILS OF HYPNOTISM. SOME STKASOK STOKIKS TOI.D BY A ST. LOUIS PHYSICIAN. Tho Dilemma, of n Younjr Doctor Who Cured Ueiidnohos for Ladies Sciitidul, a Ruined Homo, and n Divorce Pho nographic Hypnotism. 1'rotn the St. Louis ltcpubllc. Many persons consider hypnotism n sovereign cure for many of the Ills thut flesh Is heir to, and its study has brought to light peculiar phe nomena resultant upon its employment as a curative, especially where 'women are tho sub jects. The remurkablo rapidity with which hypnotism has sprung into favor with many physicians has allowed but little timo for thor ough study of these phenomena, or even for their discovery, so that no attempt has been made to explain them, while but a few havo as yet been brought to light, though it is believed that many now remain unrevealed, which will, perhaps, cause some prejudice to riso against the art) leaving out of consideration tho dan gers that lurk within It when practi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 May 1890

'I "16 THESUNDAYHERALD SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1S90. TO IDLE SUMMER AWAY. VANITY FAinWOXDBRISG W1UTUKK IT SUA LI. AVANDKlt. Those Who NccilThcin MostDon'tGetLoiiR Summer Vacations Tho Dlastpntctl Youths Who Sot tho l'nco lit l'ashion nblo llcsorts llnby In Summer, "Where shall wo go for tho summer f" Is the question now agitating Vanity Fair. The ad vantages of scn-slilo and mountain arc being discussed, and belles arc undecided whether they will appear to more odvantagc on the sands, clad In gay, imported bathing suits, or in severely plain mountain costume, climbing among the rocks. Directly the city will be de serted save by the bread-winners, and these pro saic people, who rarely take the timo for an outing, will smile grimly at the caperlngs of beaux and belles as reported in the papers. The people who go to make up society arc very much like sheep, what one does the rest do, and with us it has becomo tho fashion for all those blessed with leisure aud money to go for a long holiday, to...

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

JUtfr WLhlig xiiixxt$Ll nkllinKx! VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNE 1,189016 PAGES. NO. 11 fc ,V t V SPEAKER REED'S SPEECH. "THIS LONG FULL THAT IS THE TKST OP TRUE SAINTHOOD." Ofr.ycnrRopuulicaiis Tho RovuIbIvo Wave That Pollows a Victory Tho Present Congress "VVI11 Carry Out tlio Will of the People. Boston, May 31. The Homo Market Club had for its special guests this evening Hon. Retinoid l'roctor,Sccrotary of "Var;IIou. Thomas 13. Reed, Speaker of the House of Representa tives; Hon." Nelson Dlngley, Congressman from Maine, ami Hon. Frederick T. Grccnbalge, Congressman from Massachusetts, while among the 250 gentlemen present were many who were prominent in national and Stato affairs. Among tho more notable were Senator Hoar, Hon. Nathan Coff, Jr., of West Virginia; Con gressman Stewart, of Vermont; ex-Governor Cheney, of New Hampshire; Collector Beard, Governor Brackctt, Hon. A. E. Pillsbury, Hon. William E. Barrett, Mayor Hart, and Hon. W. A. Russell. As might bo expected, tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JUNK 1, 1S90. 312-814 ifviiniM v m m m wm T ZBssaasBKia Read the following List of Bargains whicK we Offer for th IVULLBgERY. e Coming Week in 100 (loy.cn Colore A Straw Hats in all the latest shapes. This lot comprises Hats that wc sold formerly for 4S-., 02c, 75c, 87c, Si and $1.25. lVe offer you your choice fox 25c Ludies' Sailors or Yacht Shapes in all colors. Sold everywhere for 25c Our price, 10c See our Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c Our price, 12c Trimmed Hats, llonnets, and Toques that sold formerly for 3.50, 4, $4.50, 85, and 80 wc have reduced to 3.85. English liepjhorns, in SJlack and Colors, worth 87c Our price, 38c ILace Straw Elats, the very best Belgrade and Bow and How, sold every- wherelfor 87c Our price, 45c Children's Trimmed and Uiitrimmed Hats that sold formerly for 02c. 75c and 87c. Your clioice at 48c. Black Chip Flats, sold everywhere for 1.25. Our price, 87c Black Xieghorn Hats, sold everywhere for $1.25. Our price, 85c DRY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

( i( : - miwiS, Mj-j i ri y S&S&agcsqgssd ,,.i!tiiiillirjMi 'nawmiS7'n,w,.'.--' SHHHWf ilTa fcg9HV'4NHMidnil 3&HmA niii"iw M u a hiiMjWfflfeflTisy&k xx,W3w'.r'is(t. ;fttifcW$8gia93SKws riWttPV 'NI'Zfll E 14 rill 'ZJrttj--f;i(J7-.-.,1Vv N'JUH l "V li 8 f A II MCV WtWOTal.TOI V3ft5XV rjnCAftC sSJ " viS'V-? WTra-L7,:ffl'.vy,i S'Al'Xr t .Of TI U1YM r-7filr??rJrf3 rf JJWMAI- Yt Jfl it ..iiiii, y.HPSr;ai M .'I "'-111 I I V."I Htti t ,l IfiMKAY h'tWJ"?W7i(o t WiiK2arawUMrasIMt?K ft U-5T. -.sv-i'-i-"''- ' There wns no reception on Saturday at tlio White House, tho President being away, but in his absence the house Is being put into its sum mer dress of matting, and the furniture covered with linen covers. The verandah in front looks invitingly cool in the shade of pay, new awn ines, with bamboo settees and chairs scattered about. It takes flvo hundred yards of matting to cover the lloor of tho East Room alone, and that put down is pure white, fine, aud of the best quality. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

4 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNK 1. lSfcK) xmtitt i ; ) c r a I -as - Orrhlt) Unlionn' CiwlflHgnifc:. vm national intelligence ESTA8JSHCC UilO. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTAOUSHEO (Cf. fin tor oil nt the rosl Ofllco at Wnshlnpton, Dt C. lis Socotut-clnasM utter. extraordinary exertions with the ofllcial axe drained the blood from tho cerebral arteries in order to develop the muscles of his good right arm to such an extent that his brain no longer receives its due amount of nourishment? J. II. SOULK, A. T. 1IKNSKY, .Proprietors. Editorial ami Publication Offlees, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those of our patrons lonvinfj the city for the summer months can have 'The Herald" pent to their addresses by leaving their names at this olilee. There was n time not so many years ago when "Washington shoppers could in some degree jus tify their custom of going to Baltimore, Phila delphia, or New York to make purchases. The lack of llrst-clnss shops in any line of business in this city...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

i O 3 'I Q 73 rG O .53 w o !-; Q c o o 4 CO w S E bo jj-a i) c 13 co i - 2 'u 'a E M J -5 O U (J dj D fi 5 j H u c r- 4-i o o M s a u G O CO u 4-J 4-1 (U -fi TOWN TALK. Alex. Gibbs lteep3 a rcstauraut on Twelfth street, near Ohio avenue, tbut is frequented by sportive darkies of both sexes. On Friday night the place was thronged by the usual motley srntkcrinif, amen? whom were Henry Jones and Jalco Townshend. employes of tho Botanical Garden. Whilo standing- at tho bar driulcinsra dollar bill mysteriously disappeared, and tho proprietor accused Jones of takinir It. This ho denied and his friend Townshend emphasized his denial in insulting lnnRuajre. Hot words ensued, a knife was produced, and carvinir was about to commence, when Gibbs produced a pistol and commenced to lire. One of the balls lodged m Townshend's leg aud he was cared for at tlio Emergency. Glbbswas arrested and in the Police Court yesterday his case was con tinued on 32,000 bonds, owing to absence of the injured man....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

. . -vrBh s? ... ... Ti4P4ae KiTwiTup mrr PgjjT If i i i mi i i ' """""" '",' """"" 1 1 mi " ' CONGRESS AND THE SEUVICE. SENATE. the G. A. -Mr. lugalls presented n petition of U. l'ost 154, of Uuiontown, Knn., asking that the remainder of tho Fort Dodtre mil. reservation be donated lor use as a soluleis' Lome. Mr. Cameron jircscnted a petition from G. A. K. Post No. 2, Dept. of Pa., praying that the Rebellion Records be speedily published. Mr. Harris introduced a bill (S. 3954) to pro vide for the purchase of a site for a mil. post near Franklin, Tenn., and for the construction f suitable buildings thcieon. Mr. Faulkner introduced a bill (S. 395.1) to authorize the Sec. of War to cause to be investi gated and to provide for the payment of all claims for the use and occupation of church, collece, and school buildings for Government purposes by the U. S. mil. authorities during the late war, and the value of any such buildings destroyed during such occupation by the U. $., and all cla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1S9Q. 7 CHANGES IN SOCIAL WAYS. MRS. LOGAN DISCUSSES SO. UK INTER ESTING TOPICS. Tho Stinplo Kiitertnliunenti of Twenty Years Ago Contrnstctl with the LuvNh ne.HH of To-t)ny l'rcsont Visiting Hours Too Late Tilrsf Logan's Ambition. Mrs. John A. Lognu anil Mrs. J. L. Tullock, wife of tho late Postmaster Tullock, were tak ing a quiet tetc-a-tutc lunch in Memorial Hall at Calumet, discussing tho results of the recent fete for tho benefit of Garfield Hospital, when a HkuaIjI) reporter was announced. The conver sation that followed gradually drifted about to the contrast between the present ways of Washington society and those of fifteen or twenty years ago. Mrs. Logan said: "There have been almost incredible changes, and tho old ways iu tho light of the present were char acterized by great simplicity. One never heard of a 'republican court' in thoso days so soon nftor the war. There aro several persons of distinction and wealth hero now, as thcro were ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNK 1. 1SQO. How You'll Find'Em Bo off wear custom-made clothes? Why? Because you're particular and think yonarehard to fit? You pay big prices for them, too don't you? Docs it always buy you the complete satisfaction ? Tf you don'tlike thepattern after it's made" up and it often happens so you've got to talce it. Tf it doesn't fit an even chance that it won't it'll be hacked and doctored until you're sick of it. ire want to say something to you "hard-to-fit" gentlemen. Yes, we're blowing our own horn but it's at an honest pitch. What fault have you got to find with our $15 suits ? If any you're in the darJ; judging them by other peoples' standard. That's not fair. If'e are entitled to a criticism as you find US. instead of maybe a dozen patterns in the piece we've a BIG variety made up. You can get into them see Iiow you like the looks of yourself and if it's not satisfactory try again. You can keep that up a couple of hundred times. EVERY ONE you jmt on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

jfaiitaii jnfr Wlxxklis &ti&wxl nillijgMCv ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JUNK X, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 VOTES COME POURING IN. SKCONI) WEEK OP THE TEACHERS' EUKOl'EAN TKI1' CONTEST. Tlio Interest Stomllly Inorcnslnir How the Different Contestants Stimil In the Bnl lotlne EloctloncoriiiK Among tlio Pu pils of tlio Schools. Tho balloting for tho teacher who shall en joy Tun Sunday Hkuald's free vacation tour through Europo this summer has cone on stead ily tho past week, despite the distractions of the holiday. Tho votes came pouring in regularly day by day and the showing in tho week is something handsome. Several new candidates have been added to the list and start off with a comfortable batch of votes. In the schools there has been a great increase in the interest in the contest and tho bright boys and girls have been industriously electioneering for their favorite candidates. In many cases they have adopted the scheme of holding back tho votes for their favorite, so as to send them all i...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 1, 1S90. lO PRETTY WOMAN'S TRICKS. "MAM" ON AVOMEN'S STMATKGIKS ANI MOW THKY AUK KMl'I.OYKD. Woman Who Weep on Kdltors Shoulders nntl Gnln Their Ends by Deccptlvo Tricks I'rnnk Stockton Tells n Story Aro Men's Logins Their Mights ? SpccialCorrespondcncoof Sunday IIeuam). New Yohk, Mny 30, 1800. Don't you thiuk there 1b n little bit too much of lovely woman nowadays ? She seems to have her linger In every pie, from tho editorial to the political. She Is ambitious at onco about brains and bonnets, and she is perfectly willing to wrestle with uny question in public, no matter how abstruse or how diabolical It may be. Sho has the cool and calm Impudence peculiar to children ami fools, and If sho does "get there," aa tho slangy boy would say, It is oftcner be causo of this than for any other reason. Sho is a diplomat to the end of her linger tips, and the masculine being who thinks he understands her Is tho very one who is ucmg ucne 10 suit uui will. It's ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1S90. 11 'i..iiiRihawiiiJU-ii.ujMuiisJr'wiifiwi!Mi.fc.LJLTTWgi L H A K JL 1 UN Dl i $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. $5 and $5 Per Month. COXUMBUS BOYS WILL STILL BE BOYS. KVEN IP THEY ARE TKAINING TO BUN UNCLE SAM'S IJIG WAR SHIPS. How tho AimnpoliH Nuvnl Cadets Mnnuso to Snatch a Little Dangerous Fun De spite Rigiil Rules and Exhaustive Studies Life at tho Academy. Annapolis, May 10. The life led by the I naval cadets at Annapolis is a hard one, but it j is not all study, drill, and discipline. The j cadets are boys stroug, healthy, high-spirited boys anil consequently they are bound to have a littlo fun and frolic, at no matter what ex pense. The embryo cadet must be a man cor rect in every physical requirement before he can even take tho examination, which, if passed, will allow him to enter within tho charmed walls. In addition, he ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 1. 1SQO. AMONG THE PLAY-HOUSES. "WAIIM "WELCOME OK Till. LA MONT OPEKA COMl'AXY. "J-Jrinlnlo" to lo Kept on for Another Vcek N'uil.ly" to Follow It General Notes About Thcntriciil People. The Lninont Opera Company had a most au spicious opening last week of their summer en gagement at Albaugh's Opera House. The bright ami ever popular "Erminie" was given vrllh a spirit and energy which seemed to indi cate that the performers were as pleased to ap pear again in Washington as the audience was to welcome them. The company and the chorus largely comprise the same members as when here last year, with the addition of some excel lent new talent. The new faces in the cast arc those of Mr. It. E. Graham and Miss Emma Hanley both most valuable acquisitions. Mr. Graham in the role of limcnnex is only ex celled by its creator, Dabol, and Miss Hanley's vivacity as Javotte at once won the favor of the audience. It is not too early to predict that before the seas...

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