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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 March 1887

i u tt m va 14 fc M y 1. MEN'S NECKWEAR, LEADING STYLES. V'ctnll special nttcritldn fo our Neckwear, lm Vdiul illrttt by is. Xifcli enro 1ms bc-en excr- clsil In Hie lelccthrfittt tlio oxteiuU 0 ami nrlcd collectltin of Hid hfl, cinlirnclnsr nil that Is new ninl nu (.1 1 i slitn, cxrrewcd In tlio most ex- yQu!tJto ofior uoinlitnatlons and effects. FiMMn-Iland, Knot, Fngllsh Flat, Windsor, ami DoJolnillo Bcarfs at tlio Popular Prices, Wo., 73o , and (1. FINE SILK UMBRELLAS. New designs In Oold and alher Mount lii(t", and anclcRantllneot NnttirnlStlckJ. OnohrndredSIlk Umbrellas, rood quality Hllk.wlth Btorllnir Slhcr Crooks, at M2J tnclr, north 1.1. DRESS SHIRTS. Tho t n Mnt liuhlun of fllilrts with Linen Cnnls, Tmbroldeml, llxureil and fpol Ilo-onis, nmj tin lind of us, most (lior uuijlib and elegantl) mnde. 1 Inc Plaited and rinln Mnen lliwom Shirts, Opm 11m k and Front. Alo an clcRnnt lino Fancy rerealoSltllts. COLLARS and GUFFS. rullllneslnnll the Laidiug Moke. IIiho reiiieil Two ...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 March 1887

' lltrthli) Jlnlionnl Snltlligtnctr. the National Intcluocncer tmsutHCO 1IA THE SUNDAY HERALD tmoutHto till. Kntcrctl nt Oil. Pout Ofllc at IVa.hlngton, II. C, a. 8rcomlc1ni(i Matter Ectltnrlit nml rnbllrntlnn Offlni, Sn, 409 Tenth Street Xnrthweit. I.N. nt'nilITT.:-...:i.:Eilllor unci rrnprlctiir T. II. K AI.IIFl'S .. : : .: .,....: ;,-,rillill.hcr WASHINGTON... . ::MAI1C1I 13, 1857. XOTICK TO sihischbe.s. SiilWrfH.oiidtKiclmnrrijrrlKrtr."". .. J.!.n (em If toners fhouM H nadt lv iwfnl twff, m"iifi;orilr,nrfhcc)rntt .Yerc For or IttifMiiff 'on. UTifn rhrrfct on hfwkt In othrr titten art wilt tic cnl n crilutton trill f.f dtdwttit. Ilcneral Greel needs dome new brooms ully. On tno mornlnRS last week his "Indies., lions" promised us fair weather We read our answer lu Iho skies when each .) was n long nml sternly downpour of rln It wither Indi cations are lo bo rend liy controrle", better lop IfMiInc them ami save eTitne. coxoiti;sa and its womt. itoeral ol our esteemed contemporaries...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 March 1887

p ) jrv ft Mi tv y i isf 1 19 -j i y MoOLELLAN'S OWN STORY, 1'AHTU. JoltremcintcrwHhrttlA'n'nnnj nft was fold to McClolInn by tho onlcr referred to ntxn c, ww tcnttcrrri. McLans JncVjon, Walker find A. V. Hill were nbout Hnrper'Ferrj,nndLco had In lntnl only 1), II, 11111 nml lxnifstrrct-. Ho know ho could not ciipo with McClellnti until ho culled In 111 force, but by n ftlmplo niK, o old ns ivnr nnd iloiion tlmuwmd tlincAlioforcshornmljtcd his ojip6ncnti nnd held hint thus tnitU MoLnwm JmUvm, nnd A. I Hill hud Joined, nnd when day broke on Wednesday, September 17, thp Con fedcruto buglM ffnjly pounded, nnd from tho tnouutntnt nnd tho hills thohinrtlnl tmiMoocfaoed nnd re-echoed oertho Antktnm ns It went tip pling by, nnd tho rorelllo In e cry nolo frcetned to snj j "Wo wero oil on n Jnunt j epterdny, tint wo nro nil hero to-dny." Tlio jouriff men who fought ntAntletnm.on either side, nro rulddUvnged now If they nro liv ing, nnd thoy tint a lhod loiiff enoiwh ntnUio. eomo Rcnerous e...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 March 1887

J .1 ' ' IS p: 7 v 1 ii i c? lfj SnmSutjjr H)cjwl5t JUtthlij Rational Snltlligtiutr. the National Intcluqcnccr tlTAtllSMtD IMO. THE SUNDAY. HEHALD UUDUIPID 111. I. n". lUniillX!: '..'! Kditnr ami Proprietor T. 11. KAI.llIl's . ::! ,. ..-.....-rnMMier M'rntlipr Itrport. Tor District of Columbia, Vlrnlnln. North Cut" nllno, unit Couth Carolina, fair irrnthtt, warmer, northerly lnd, uecnmlni arlablo. LOCAL MENTION. It i n loinmon Mont bat there Is&hpffli 3p v x-nc In buying nt uiMo n stores lntoiul of trt ntftn the markets nti'lnthcr pli-icc for r-piinrnt Html) .V Co., or tho I.fltnjrtto Mnrket amlOro. ir , Ntnrtccnth street timl I'tmiMirnnlA ft, inno noitlnvopt, nk only n tilnl or tliolr koo-Ih nntl itIoo, it ti 1ojI whether, eountlns time, inr lure, ntinmnniT, nnl expouro to the rtonthfr, tluro 1 not ixwllUr rcimomy In lmrlnfr from them. Thov have nil thenrtkhof nnrt-tlnft mnrkit nn.l n tlrt-cln9 Bnwcrj un-lt r one roof, wheits n lot t Ion inn lomntle nt plt-ntum. Orilero enn boe...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 March 1887

m 4 l-"W 5P','''ffe,MW, v ir li 17 1 Paris Kid Gloves AT Surprisingly Low Prices! The snlq of tlico booiIs Is unprccctlcnteil, ixth In nctunl worth nnil arldy. Tho lot Includes CO dozen Mouiquctiitro nwl Ilutlun Kid and Sucdts Olorcs, In t, S, mil fl-Uulton length, In n Rood assort ment ot Tnn, Modes, nnd Dark Colors, nt tho romnrknule prlco of to cents for .11 lcnsth'inctiml worth,!! 3.1 ntul S1,V) per pnlr. Now and Choice GloveB, In nil tho Niw Colorings for BpilnKWenr, tn Kid, TnlTctn. Silk nnd Mela Thrend, nil I-cimth". Htjlc, mid Qunlltlcs, from Hie (hrfleUithelietthitlimniiiifnctureii. Oui Initio ol jxrutw 1 nnuimeil In nilrt, I'uliirlnj, ami t'rlees Special Attention is Galled to Our Loaders In WALKING JACKETS, SHORT JET WRAPS, NEWMARKETS, AND JERSEYS. Jackets, with Hood, nt $4 50, actuiith iMitthffl rteivmnrkct, Pntln-Miic! Hood, at 7 23, aetunll) worth 810 .let W rn ut D VI nml S1U W nro so n tonishlnHb low pilrpil thnt n p run linrtllj meet thedi niiind, Spcolstl Importanc...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 March 1887

C r l Ulttlilij Jtnlioiml Snltlliijtiucr. THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER tiTMUIMO 1130. THE SUNDAY HERALD csrnutvts it nntnrid nl Hie Vnst omor nt M'flKltlnRton I). , n.cieennd'rlass Matter. JMIlnrl.il nnd rntilleatlmt nnlecs. No. 4011 Tcnlliilrret Mirthwest. LITERARY NOTES, tec S. Miepard hate Issued In (til! rP coiori. Inclosed In envelop" for mall, nnd de. t limed i specially for lic a I'aMcr toVon", "Hock ot Aires," "M.V rattli 1iol.s up to Thee," "Afoara, My Ood, to Thee," nml "Abide Vrrth Mo." All iro handsomely llhitrntoil with nu. inerous enirrat Inc. The aamo publlshrrluo n fprelnl r.ntcr edition of "OladnoM ot UnMer," "Tho Mosairecf tho lilueblrd," Illustrated ty Irene i-.Tcrome'. "Arl9 My Soul," nml Charle. Klngslcy'a "?ee tho I unci Her Faster Kceplnr.' Tlicso lm o flexible eovers. nrr mat 1m, nnd oroall beautifully RANDOM NOTES. dlodlnths senlcenibte!iraajprr.t the l'lrst LETTER PROM NEW YORK with old ma-ten allesi ratea than ho named jmnuuiuiwiuu, Infantry In 1KB Vllhirrt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 March 1887

- WHO KNOWS? I prant licr fair nj o, palnft fair, As loi cly ns a InuMIng rose! Hut I, Itif 10 koiiI liclilml Hint face, A bendy 'neath that outnnrdKince? Who knbrcs who knowsf t)oe light t loi o lie un from thow cj M J Tim lovo Hint 111 hi-r loom slows ? Or In tho Unlit Unit Ilium Ihcio l)clnlc llioimhltdhliiMsofalr? Who knoira-wlio knows? Dors that Inlrfoim n tulrcr chimn, A ten Icr, lo lint heart Inclosor A heart whoo tcmlrlls, like tho Inc. AVould round tho licntt Hint loi oil It tivlne? Who knows who knows? And should llto's sky ho oi erca.t. Ami KnlhctltiK clouds mound thCDCIose, Should forluno frown ami fnlo frlonds floe. Would Hint hontt still ollnit cloo to Ihoo ? Who knows who knows? Or Is she, run sho oi or lie. As flcklo ns Hio vrlnd Hint hlons And i ccrs, n. ir It were nt piny, Ti llllnir with nil who own her swny ? Who knows who knows? lint why 11 in ey to iloulil 1 rinnln? Why hnlt 'Iwlxt hopo nnd rcnr?-propo.c. Pho mny lie wnltlwr till you ilnro To crown with lovo Hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 March 1887

. h Jju Siw5wit ?t)fcttt JUtrltlij Jlnlionnl JSJnltlliQtnccr. the National intelligencer tmiusHto u. THE SUNDAY HERALD UUDl'litD HH. J.N. mJltlUTT. T. 11.KAI.I11TS WASHINGTON I.itltor mill 1'mprlctor '. :.::,". :.: : ruMl.lier .,I-:::::MARC1I SO, 1S37. Wrnlhcr lienor!. 1 or tho UlMrlctet Columbia nnd Vlrfflnii lair, uarmtrvcutbcr.northorly wind. .,....' t .at mrriTVninx L.UCi.L. IViiHN 1 ICON. Till. combination Market and Oroecrj Store of Charlc ll.llaub V to, tit the northeast corner ot Mneteentb street an 1 rcn!nlrnnlnemie. pro ldMlho Yt l.n 1 with an emporium nt supplies for the larder equal lf not superior to thai en Jojcilbynnj laim In tho ill). The labor of 1io plnff nndmiirketlnir Isieduced toumlnlmum for the cni-clul houeke,ipei , when by a Hit or n telepbono t all to onlj ono place, irrotei Iw, meals, flh, xeKCtnbles, irnme lu seaon. nines nmi liquors, nnd cory arlltle ffnunl Inn llrstK-lass markit or Krocerj storocau liooblalnedot pi Ices nslowns nn5 wl.eie. , ... "7,r" , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

7 P i r " '" r wtJ . ; '&t inix WK-zklig Wr&ti&n&l ntll$KnKv VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, IS 9 O. 16 PAGES. NO.l jtaittan Pf WHY BISMARCK RESIGNED. HE IS NKITHEK. SULKING NOK Al' l'AKENTIA' ANGKY. Hut Sullen, Smoldering Aticor Kxlsts In the lMsmarclclan Circle Onuses Whicli Icl to the Iron Chancellor's Hctlre mont Ho Named His Own Successor. LCopyrlghtcd lEOOby N. Y. Associated Prcss.l Beulin, March 22. Tho North German Ga zelle to-night supplied some much-desired light on tho causes leading to Prince Bismarck's resignation, seizing tho occasion to contradict tho statement of tho Hamburg correspondent that before the lato crisis reached its climax tho Chancellor had already made application for leave to resign, and had withdrawn it and endeavored to reconcile himself to the situa tion, but without success. The North German Gazelle says that this, like the reports regarding the Princess's opposition to the labor programme, is entirely erroneous. What has ha...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

s KING'S PALACE. 814 MILLINERY AND WRAP K!U ON APRIL 1 Drj Ms, OUK F011GET-ME-N0TS. BisLarck was bom on All-Fools' Day, In tlie year hi the battle o Waterloo, yet, notwith standing the inauspicious date, be has 6ecmed to gtt along very well in the world. There are people who think that the acceptance of Bis mol ciji'g resignation as Chancellor of the Ger man lEmpire by the young Emperor William aura for propriety's sake to have been post- Annn Hll tlin first nf Anrll. Hut T ilnn'tknnw. As Lord Beaconsfleld used to say, what's the good of a fellow unless he's a devil of a fellow ? And what's the good of an emperor unless he's a holy terror ? I believe in turning the rascals out, aud Bismarck has had his bhare of office-' holding and of gout. It's time for him to fol- , low McGinty. Give the boys a chance, I say 1. Germany and the world can get along without Bismarck. No man is indispensable. In this ago of general enlightencment it is'not necessary to idolize any man. Hero-worship I ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

1 ,. ..- ...feAKSBW -7.r.- ii Mini "jr. iiitir-TTri .ol....lHlft,'Hlw1,ilil .r .u,,,.?"".!!!!1 &soTLi?sraraw mSHsmTMSBBs TrFftxvsftz&nr: iiiiiiri i mil ii.t -svciFii inn ii- m finiiiiii i iCMMr.iri w iriiw wAur.?rx.4?.ih!txit.''?'Kvrii'Mirs7 at-r " ; r- "ozcr Mr iMiim uiiirf--. rrr s s. r j fiiuii i i v - invvtu. i-r tjli tri"Ww- i i r m M a bmi Hill HH . ,S 1 IKW MM BMHiHtBBaBHH , :. wmMamamfam-sSg- mw 'i tiAwiTtiMruiii tmp -- n n-cu lirf .. m HikvwniatsixaxRi!mft3vitXJZKf a si!ie5!3MMw''uvf,xtei4j aw mi wj wf :'-' rf.vjfrtrxf!!.! c.i r - --i' 1 ' "' "'ISSl Monday cvcnins: was a gala nlgbt for tho Travel Club. Its usual " rendcz-vous" is tho dining lmll of tho Strathmoro Arms, aud on Monday evening oxtra chairs had to bo provided to accommodate tho very largo assemblage, diawn out to welcome the latest returned trav eler, Mrs. M. A. Lockwood, who was to tell the story o her leisurely wanderings through tho South to Florida and tho neighboring Isle of Cuba. Judge Haydcn, tho...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

A THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1S90. A N D iUcriilij ilntioiift1 Sntcllirjcnccr. thf. National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTADUHD 1864. Entered at the Post OJllce nt Washington, ! C. ns Soconil-olnsfi Mat tor. J. H. SOUI.E, A. T. HKSSET, .Proprietors. BurrAi.o Bill's American friends will be slow to believe the story which comes from Home that he refused to pay up when Italian peasants performed n feat in horsemanship for which he offered a prize. The Italinus seem to believe it, however, and at Florence the Wild West show was rigidly boycotted. The death of Gen. Cnooic has removed one of the sturdiest and most striking figures in our Inter military history, lie was a thorough soldier and a man who in every relation of life reflected credit on his country and on the military ser vice of the nation. No better epitaph can he found for his tomb than (ten. Siikiimax's say ing, "He was a man you could always depend on." People who bolicvc in placing tho ci...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

1 THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, MARCH S3. 1S90. SOCIETY lsTEWS AND OIIAT. Conttnucdfrom seventh vaoc. There has been no end of speculation anil gossip In society circles the past week over tho report that Dr. Ruth, of the Navy, had at last succumbed to Cupid's wiles and engaged him self to the eldest daughter of PoBtmastcr Gon cncral Wanamaker. In the absence of deflnito Information on this intensoly Interesting rumor, all tho circumstantial ovidenco tending to es tablish Its truth was eagerly caught up and can vassed by the acquaintances of tho gallant Doctor. As Dr. Ruth is probably tho best known man in Washington society, it will he readily understood that tbero has been an ap palling amount of talk about him and his af fairs of the heart in tho last few days. Mauy o thoso who knew him best were very much Inclined to doubt the truth of tho rumor, as his reputation as an absolutely arrow-proof bachelor has been thought to bo established for years. A piece of circumstantial evidence,...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

sUffitftM' MMfe-- , hMW itsgfflUwajteHKa mm hv k r vm: rac &6L&Mf mcasff Mj&2jmiff,. t;..,3.ttt&l. zxla q wk. vr-sr -- v. i CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senate. Mr. Hawley introduced a bill pro viding that hereafter promotion to every grade In the Army below the rank of brig. gen. shall be made according to seniority from the next lower grade. Should tho senior ofllcor fail to pass the ofllccr next below him in rank shall re ceive the appointment. All the ofllcers who served in the late war in case of failure on such examination shall be placed on the retired list. Mr. Chandler reported with amendment the bill (303) relating to the pay and retirement of the mates in the' Navy. Mr. Hale introduced a bill (3147) providing for an Asst. Sec. of the Navv. The salary is fixed at $4,500. Mr. Ingalls introduced n bill providing that a soldier who has lost both eyes or one arm and one leg, who may get married to some one to take care of him, at his death tho widow shall receive ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

m Hh ACME PHONOGRAPHY 1 11 Sixteen Easy Lessons So simple that Children of seven years of age are other systems are mastered, and so legible that the : So position. No light and heavy strokes to distinguish one consonant from another, and very few word- introduced in their proper places as they occur in a word without lifting the pen. Absolutely no failures. TYPEWRITING TAUGHT Sessions day and evening. CALL FOR PAMPHLET. Students helped to positions. If you are desirous of learn ing PHONOGRAPHY in the shortest possible time you will take a course of instruction at BAD ;SOOIETY NEWS AND CHAT. Continued from third page. Madauie Mendonca, wife of the Brazilian Special Envoy, held her weekly reception, as sisted by her charming daughters, Friday. Madame Mendonca wore an elegant gown of embroidered crfpe and silk, with a bouquet of mayllowers on her corsage. Miss Mendonca wore blue silk with scarf drapery of mousscline de sole. Miss Helena Mendonca was in butter cup silk, with white carn...

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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

xprl- . 8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1S90. f THE WORLD OF SPORTS. THE ICAGUE DKOl'S -WASHINGTON OUT AlTKIt A Mi. But AVo "Will Have An Atlantic Aisocln tion Club Here-Tito Caralne llljr Ath letic Mcotlnu Gonoral News afllowtnc nnil Athletics. Dcspito the emphatic statement of President Young that the Washlugtons were in the League to stay, despite the avowed determina tion of President Hewitt to remain in that organization, reports to the contrary notwith standing, the League yesterday dropped the Washington Club as a member of the National League. It is with somo regret that The HciiALti chroulclcs this fact. This paper has relied on the statements of tho two authorities named that nothing could cot tho League fran chise away from this city. But, judging from appearances, it 8eemsthe League magnates used Washington as a convenience, casting it aside when they saw fit. Mr. Hewitt was sincere lu his desire to remain In the League, as ho Is sagacious enough to recognize that...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

JNUitan JVnir 3BlJU:g .ti&tt&l uillimcK ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MARCH 23,1890. PAGES 9 TO 16- THE WEEK IN STOCKS. THE STRONG DOWNWARD JIOVEHENT IN GKAPHOrnONE CONTINUED. Eckington Slumps Another Boom on licit Railroad Columbia Unnk Shows Re newed Strength nnd Vigor Trust Stocks About Hold Tholr Own. To the holders o Graphophone 6tock the record of tho past week Is not calculated to bring unbounded joy, or give them any feeling of strong confidence in the prosperity of their holdings, as they see the price gradually drop lower and lower, and a willingness to sell whenever a reasonably good chance is offered. The cause thereof is hard to divine, and vari ous reasons are assigned, some asserting that it is simply an attempt on the part of certain brokers to "bear" the stock to enable them to cover their "short" interest, while others again assert that ull is not harmonious between the company and the lessee, Mr. Ltppiucott. What ever may be the cause, the cold fact remains that the s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

iCSSawmw i.-- i ! 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1S90. FEMININE FRIPPERIES. IiITTIVE HAimiYESS FADS OF PKBTTY NEW YORK YroaiEi. The Younj; Woman of Figure How n TOorann Acts In Knee-breeches A Now Fuel for FuropoanTourlnU ANovr York Girl's Ulr.arro Styles. Special Correspondence of Sundat Herald. Nbw Yohk, March 21, 1S90. This is the time of year when the clubman looks out the window, watches the girls coming from afternoon church, and says that they "go on their shape." Ho criticises them exactly as ho would a thoroughbred horse, and he approves or disapproves, aBfarascowns aro concerned, but continually returns to the question of "the shape." run youxo woman of figuke. The young woman whe is going out "In her figure," as the Frenchwomen says, usually docs it at the risk of having pneumonia, or what is much less poetic, a cold in her head. But, nevertheless, she feels as if she has not put her money in the full coffers of her tailor for noth ing. She is gowned in mauve, do...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

Km THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1SQO. 11 NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT IS DOING AMONG THE SECBKT SOCIKT1K8. Mnsonio Calendar for tho Coming Week A History of tlio Into Trlonnlnl Con clave Conferring of Dcgrccn Itccltn nlto nml I. O. M. Notes. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tlio evenings of the ensuing week : Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 34th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 25th; Now Jerusalem No. i), Thursday, 37tli; Saint John's No. 11, Friday, 28th; Hope No. 20, Fri day, 23th. A. A. S. 1?. Sanctuary Cathedral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 27th. Uluo Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday! 2-lth; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 25th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. "Whit ing No. 22, Thursday, 27th. Bright-wood Hall, Brightwood Stnnsbury No. 40, ioiumyt w-itu. w . m aci Hoyal Arch uiajncrs. .Masonic lcmpie .u, Vernon No. H. Monday, 24th; Washington No, O Tl...o.l.,,t ortl,. Wni.nl.-n Krv J TTrlllnv. 2St.ll. Masonic nail, Georgetown l'otomac No. 8, 25th. Commandcrics Knights Temp...

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 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

N 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, jVEA.RCI-1 23. 1S90 k 3&EWS OF THE THEATRES. GOOD mi.t.S ATAU THE HOUSES FOK THE COMING WEEK. Jdnst "Woolt's Kiralfy Spcctaclo lit Al linugh's Another Wookof Casino Opera nt that House "Little Lord Fnantlo roy's" First Visit. The Ktrnlfy spectacle Is on th o decline nt least the Bolossy ciul of it seems to be. In those days, when scenic oftccts anil brilliant stage pictures are important constituents of opsra anil drama alike, it will not do for the Klralfys merely to keep up with tho times. Thoy arc regarded to a greater or lesser extent as the progenitors of the gorgeous in all that pertains to the ballet and accompaniments, and it is necessary, therefore, that to be truly suc cessful they shall reach beyond what is now so general as to bo almost commonplnco to the critical public. "The "Water Queen," which was presented at Albaugh's last week, was de cidedly a disappointment. Of course, there is nothing approaching an argument in auy of these pr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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