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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

JVtrft 3i0lU;g lixti&n'&l txtllignvx! VOL. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNK 15, 18QO. 16 PAGES. NO. 13 DESOLATION AND RUIN. A MINIATURE JOHNSTOWN DISASTER IN ILLINOIS. Hundreds of l'ooplo l)rlcit l'rum Their llcilti mill Rendered Homeless Roelc forili 111., Vlsltcil by a Disastrous Tlocul Exciting Scenes. RocKroiti), III., Juuo 14. At least half a million dollars' worth of property was destroyed In this city and vicinity last night. Never since 1S57, when the watois rose, and oveiwhclmcd nearly all the city of Rock ford, has such a dis astrous Hood visited this section as that of last evening. For three hours the lain fell in tor leuts, vivid lightning played and following each Hash camepeals of thunder. The stoim com menced at 8 o'clock and in a surpiisingly shoit time every street was a tuibulent liver. The crceeks swelled, and. in a moment devastating iloods were sweeping through the Kent and Keith Creek valleys. Each creek drains an immense area of territory, and from every side...

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. — 15 June 1890

H E 812-384 CSS FIFTY DOZEN BLACK FLATS, sold LADIES' SAILORS OE YACHTS, in BLACK LEGHOBN FLATS at 85c. ONE HUNDRED DOZEN HATS, sold CORSET COVERS. .Extra Quality Lonsdale Cambric Corset Covers, former price 40c; special sale price 2oc. Our 4Sc. Corset Cover, lace trimmed, special sale price 33c. Extra Quality Lonsdale Cambric Corset Covers, lnce trimmed, sold formerly for 50c; special sale price 30c. The Latest Style in a V-shape Square-cut and Low-neck Corset Cover, elaborately trimmed, fcimcr price 69c; special sale price 48c. mrajpa m N. B. There is only one King's Palace, and we have no connection with any other establishment in this city. We are located at 812-814 Seventh street northwest, and our store extends from Seventh to Eighth street. Be sure you come to King's Palace, 812-814 Seventh street. Grand Double Store. FOltGET-ME-NOTS. Jealously is rampant among our public men, , especially among those who aspire to be lead ers. The ambitious members of the House of Repiesonta...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

A wedding which will unite two old Mary land families will occur at St. Aloyslus's Church at 0 o'clock Mouday eveniiur. The bride is Miss Morgnu, daughter of Dr. James E. Morgan, and sister of Dr. E. Carroll Morgan and Dr. Dudley Morgan, of this city. The groom, is Mr. James Mosher, of New lork. Miss Morgan is a direct descendant of the sister of Archbishop Carroll, the eminent prelate and first Arch bishop of the Catholic Church in America, and founder of Georgetown University. Mr. Mosher is a member of the distinguished Brent family, of -Marylandand a grandson of John Brent, the first mayor of Washington. Mr. Mosher was a resident of this city up to ten years ago, when he went to New York to enter business, ile holds a responsible position in that city in the foreign freight department of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The ushers at the church will bo Robert Crain, Conway Robinson, Lee Brent Mosher, a brother of the groom; Carroll Digges, and Dr. Dudley Morgan, a brother of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

4: THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJTJNK lo.lSUO A N U ' JUcchlij llniionn' SitklliijcHCcr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTAOUSH20 oes. Entered, at tho Pont OHlce nt Washington, D. C, nsSocoml-clnsa Ittatter. J. II. SOTJTiK, A. T. HKNSKY, .Proprietors. Edltorlnl nnrt Publication O 111 cos, No. 40D Tenth Street Northwest. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those ol' our patrons leaving the city Tor the summer mouths can have "The Herald" sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this ofllee. Members of the Columbia Athletic Club will hereafter conceal their button when Mr. John Lawrence Sum.ivan heaves iu slerht. The Czar sceins to have run against another nest of Nihilists in his palace of Gatchlna. Ho anil his family left the other day in such a hurry that they didn't even wait to take a chaugo of clothing with them. The Missouri Democrats are preparing for a State and Congressional campaign, conducted almost exclusively on the issue of tariff reform. Meanwhile the H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

THEY GET ANOTHER GAME. THK SEN ATORS HAVE ONE MOKE lllUL tiTANT KUItST OF GOOD IiUCK. Mr. Howett Rows to tho Commissioners, and Will Take Ills Team Across tho I,(nj; Bridge to Play tho First Sunday Oamo General Sportlnjr News. Newauk, N. J., Juno 1-1. Phillips's masterly pitching, coupled with Underwood's timely batting, won to-dny's game for 'Washington. The Washingtons outplayed the Ncwarks in tho game here to-day, and won handily, although the contest was stubborn throughout. Mace pitched tho first two innings and then gave way to Sullivan. The work of the outfield was brilliaut. The game was stopped in the ninth inning by rain, after Washington had scored one run. The score: WaslihiBtons. y 5 a Newark. 5 2 -i " Bndorcf. 1 0 a 0 1 Johnson If.... 0 1 & 1 0 GlcasoiiM 0 0 12 O-Gllbert 31 1115 0 Ulnl 2b 0 12 3 1 B.McDtrmotab 0 0 2 2 0 "Whistler lb 0 113 0 OlFlclcls lb 0 0 111 Jonlnnlf 112 0 0, Dooms rf 1 0 0 0 0 Hill 3b 0 0 13 o'jlansellcr..... 0 1 3 0 0 Nichols c 1110 0 Smith n ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

Hi1, i CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE Subscribe for The Sunday IXeraui-SOc. per month, delivered ntyour residence early Sunday moralutr. Senate. The bill (II. R. 41S5) to increnso the pension of Mrs. Antouin H. Lynch, widow of Uapt. Dominick Lynch, U. S. N., deceased, to $40 a month, was passed. The bill (S. 3S71) grantim: a pension to the widow of Otto Micbaelis, late a maj. in the Ord. Dept., U. S. A., was passed. The bill (II. K. TO'.CJ) increasing the pension of the widow of William "Whelan, late Surg. Gen. of the Navy, to $50 a month, was passed. The bill (S. 721) granting a pension to the widow of Capt. Henry K. Davenport, late of the Mr. Quav presented a petition from Post No. 1, G. A. R. of Philadelphia, urging the passage of the bill transfcring the revenue maiine to the Navy. Mr. lliscock presented the petition of the New i'ork Chamber of Commerce urging the trans fer of the revenue marine to the Navy. Mr. lliscock introduced a bijl (S. -1042) to pension officers of U. S. colore...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1890. il vv . V MORI R1UII -A.T McMEW'S. We have reduced the price of every All-Wool Jersey in stock. We have taken oft" more on some than others according to their worth. There is no more indispensable gar ment than the Jersey, and at the reduced prices they should meet with an instant sale. A small lot of Elegant Silk Evening Shawls, in cream and cardinal, have been reduced from $5 to $4- mJ.Mnew, 'Successor to H. II. Taylor,) ia:$ iJE:rf i-ta.. a. venue. SITMMBIlOPENIN'G-1 WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW AND SE LECT ASSOltTMENT OF HAMBURGEDGINGSandlrfSEUTIONS.iniSH POINT, SWISS, and NAINSOOK EM BROIDEKY, ORIENTAL, TOK CHON. MEDICIS, and other TRIMMING LACES in all the Newest Designs. MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF Ladies' and Children's JIOSIERY, COR- SETS, U.NDEinVKAK, KID, SILK, and TISL,E THKEAD GLOVES and SIITS, in all the Newest Shades and Lowest Prices. FINE SELECTION OF DHESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, RIBBONS, HANDKERCHIEFS, VEILINGS, FANCY NETS, RUCH- 1NGS. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 15 1SOO. orTo-Morrow Morning. K Pi That is the Opening Time of our Great Sale without doubt the GREATEST SUIT SALE we've ever held. IVc give you the unrestricted choice at $Jt- of' 2284 SUITS, cASSiirEHE anb citevcots sacks AND CUTAWAYS that have been selling at 18- JPrices that competition couldn't reach. Ta7cc your choice for VnMnBninHiHHMHHanMHHHHVBinHHMHnMnNMMNMWBaHHNWBn I dV s- You Won't Need the Eye of an Eagle-- Nor the touch of an expert to "sense"' their in comparable qualities. The patterns are the newest to be had and the CHOICEST of the NEWEST CHECKS, 3?jivjl:ds, STKIPES, :iI:x:ttj:ewe:s. All SixesCut in THREE AN J) FOUll-BUTTON SACKS ONE THREE-AND E O UR -BUTTON C UTA Wu i Y ER O CKS. As sure to fit you EERFECTL Y as you are sure of getting a bargain if you buy one of these suits at 0 i 4 --- TOWN TALK. Poor old Henry Powell, colored, who was employed in Lynch's Foundry at Terra Cottn, started on Saturday night last to visit his "ole 'oni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

lie jltttttoi JVnJr WLklig xkitxn&l nt&lliQyznKKK ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JUNK 15, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE TRIP TO EUROPE. A BUSY SOUTHERN LADY. 1 it, w HOW "THE HKKAIiD'S" CONTK3T HAS GONE ON THE CAST WEEK. Miss J. 1. McCauloy In llio Lead, With 1'rofesHor J. T. Freeman Second nnrt Miss E. K. Scott Till ril A Suburban Lot Added to tlio Prison. There bus been a slight lull the past week in the voting on TnK Sunday Huiumj's free Eu ropean trip contest for the most popular school teacher. This has not heen duo to any falling oft In interest, for the rivalry between the ten leading candidates has grown keener every day. In fact, it is a result of this rivalry, for the campaign managers of the different con testants arc holding back, waiting to guage the strength of their competitors before showing their own. Miss J. T. McCaulcy is in the lead this week with 740 votes to her credit. Miss McCauley's friends are nctive and energetic, and they are determined that she shall win the prize....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

io THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, IUNE15. 1SQO. WOMEN WHO ARE GIDDY. BAN CIIATTEKS F1UVOI.OUSI.T ABOUT THEM, AndrolntBOufWliHtUseThoyArcitndMny Bo llcnlly l'rlrolouR Women Have Their Vnlno Womnn's Lnvo I'or Pock ets "Whnt She Soinctlmcn Uses Her Cor sets for. Specinl Correspondence of Sunday Hr.itAi.D. New Youk, Jmio 13, ISM. The magpie is bere. As fnr ns chattering and otber petty 6lns are concerned nobody has ever missed her, but tbis time clothed in her richt garb 6bo is most conspicuous on the street. The costume that she affects Is a full skirt of black cloth, a shirt of white ptqu6, a jacket of black cloth, and about her waist a sash of white silk that, knotted on one side, falls hi long wide ends, making a conspicuous spot of white jgainst the black. The hat Is all black, but Delow the collar a black tie is arranged. In Ire land it is considered very bad luck to kill a magpie, and small boys, with the usual procliv ity to kill anything, have known what it was to find standlnc up m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1SQO. 11 r Kr A v r o P IrH HIr vH P IVirH Vh H " 7, w J; w .: rQ - CO 13 " 5 E OJ - x .t: w S Vm C w CO bo -CQ w o (-; ft s y y in s .Ph g Q C3 y o : 0) . c a o u cn bJD rQ 3 o ,0 r H -i tn t-i fn i ?- a oj r (U c i 4- c u a; rt in s .a o is & c C ,-5 -M RECOIjLiBOTIOXS OF GKX. LiEK. A Woman'8 Touclilnc Anecdotes of llio FJglil About l'oterslmrs:. Mrs. Itoeer A. Pryor iu Onco a Week. His absolule freedom from all rancor raised iblm above tbo prejudices uatural to a van- quished party. He refused to accept anger or hatred as guests into his bosom. A widowed mother once brought him her sou as a student in the college of which he was pres ident, and bitterly expressed her indignation .against the Government. "Madam," said Gen. Lee, earnestly, "do not bring up your children in hostility to the Government. We are now one nation. Make your sous Americans." A friend remembers a pleasant little incident which occurred shortly before his death. Per- c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. TXTNH 15. 1SQO. AFFAIRS OF THE THEATRES. UMJIKK OVER A STILt. DOING WKU AT AX,11AtTGIlS. "Tlio Black Hussnr" Will Succeed "Niuljy" This "Week Something Aliouttho letter rcrforinnnce Preparation Aiionj tlio St n bo Folks for Next Season. Th. Lnmont Opera Company spread Itself In "N'ndjy" last week at Albaugh's Grand Opera IlouEe, not by confining Itself 6trictly to the libretto of the opcrti, however, but by drawing extensively upon tlio originality of its comedi ans anil throwing an unusual amouut of spirit Into the rendition. The honors of the week were shared about equally by Miss Hanlcy Iti the title rOle, Mr. Dc Lance as Faranas, and Mr. Graham as The argravc. These three disported themselves in a manner without coun terpart and lent especial inspiration to the re mainder of the cast. For the reason that the music of "Nndjy"' scarcely possesses the catch ing quality of "Erminie" or "The Black Hus sar," the monkey business and local gagging generally...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY.JUNE 15. 1S90. ltt SCIENCE AND CHIME. WHAT SAVANTS KNOW OF TUB NAT UltAT. UISTOUY OK CRIMINALS. CitrimiH ami Striking l'nctft on An Impor tant Subject How Kleptotnnnlncs Aro Developed few Itcil-IIcmletl Criminals, Hiul None Who Aro llctMitiful. Students oC human nature will find full of In terest u book just Issued by Scrlbner fc Wcl ford, of New York. It Is tin American reprint of Hnvclock Kllls's "The Criminal," and be longs to tbo "Contemporary Science" series. It deals with a subject whose literature in the English language is small. It examines crimi nals scientifically, and Its three hundred and odd pages are full of matter of unusual interest. As the preface states, It is an attempt to pre sent a critical summary of the results of the science now commonly called criminal anthro pology, and this it docs clearly, forcibly, and succinctly. It gives a mass of significant facts, drawn from a great variety of sources, of the physical, mental, and moral pecu...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 15. 1890. COMPENSATION, Timo halh sweet compensations, and the years Brine love a new ami unsuspected strength; Ago halts ashamed and hides his ready tears, For life's completeness growcth with its strength. iFor while the once too eelr-rollant youth, Who faced the world with something Ukoa sneer, Hold with a very valiant love of truth, Now walks In manhood girt with many a fear. "Yet Is there truer courago In his soul, Because ho hnth ocoulred a faith from thee, :Strong as the ice that guards tho secret pole, Deep as the silence 'ncath the shaken sea. .Ah 1 love, as every year goes spinning past, I lean upon thy nature more and more; And it upholds mo In tho wintry blast Or keen adversity or sorrow sore. -A. tender vino to cherish well I thought That thou wouldat bo, around my manhood curled; But time a richer tint than this has brought: Thy breast doth buttress me against the world. W. J. Jlcmlcrton. A SHYLOCK'S VICTIM. 'A. Queer Story Front Lond...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALDi'SUNDAY.JUNElS, 189G. 15 NEWS OF THE LODGES. INTKItKSTINO MATTERS GATHEIIED VKOItl MANY SOURCES. A TUystcrloun .Masonic Missive Which I'".- I zleil runt Oitlco I'ooplo News for Odd j Fellow, lloohiibltee, ami Independent Mechanics. I The following Miisonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Lodge. Mnsonlc Temple Henjniniu 1). French No. 15, Monday, Kith; Pcntnlpun No. 23, Momlny, ICth; National No. 12. Tuesday, 17th; Washington Centennial No. 14. Wednesday, 18th; La Fayette No. 10, Thursday, Ultli; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 20th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuarv, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 18th; Hluo Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 18th. Masonic Hull, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 20th. Musouic Hall, Virginia avenue Naval No. 4, Thursday, 10th. ,. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. J, Mondav, 10th. Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Auacostia No. 21, Monday, 10th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple La Fayette...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 June 1890

" ' "" - - - " "" - . - - iF tt-Ti 1 "T "iiji ii i H li'i rnr jwin TiiTii ." -!z"'TTT-!T!TB THE SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1S9Q. 16 M THE RIFLES ANNIVERSARY. A lMensiu.t Colobrntlon at Marshall Hall. One of the plcnsnntcst events in the recent history of the Nntionnl Rillcs was tlic excursion ami banquet nt Marshall llnll on Monday even ing last. The affair was intended as a com memoration of the tenth anniversary of the reor ganization of the company, ami the Rillcs took with them as their guests a large party of the leading business men of the city, honorary members of the company, ami also a mimbsr of the veterans of 1S50-'04. The excursionists wont down the river ami returned on the Mac alester. At Marshall Hall a handsomely spread table awaited the part j, and after only a short delay the attack was made on the tempting viands. After the niGnu had been discussed Lieut. George AV. Evans entertained the com pany with an interesting and cleverly written history of the organiza...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

Mffala iimuiij ,i JUtfc ;Qfelg 2letfcm&t itttUjgtTJCtf. vol. :kxv. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNK 22, 1890 16 PAGES. NO. 14: DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. A SCOItE OF FEOri.E KIMiED BY A CYCLONE IN ILLINOIS. A Village Almost "Wholly Destroyed A School-House Demolished ami tho Teacher and Klcht Scholnrs Killed Outright Details of tho Disaster. Amiiov, III., J.Tune 21. A severe cyclone pussed over the southern and central portions of Lee County yesterday afternoon, leaving de struction aud death in its wake . It is difllcult to obtain complete reports. As near as can bo mow learned the storm mado its first appear ance at. a point some fifteen miles west of the vlllego of Sublette, and what is known as the Blackburn herd, where a number of cattle were killed. From there it pursued an easterly di rection in a zigzag course with a track twenty to forty rods wide, leveling everything before it. Among the buildiugs destroyed are those of William Shaw, Daniel Haley, William Reeves, William 11. Long,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1S90. f 0 P 812-814 SEVENTH STREET. 812-814 SEVENTH STREET Bar grains ! Bargains f Bargain L sf MILLINERY. 20 dozen White Flats, worth ''5c; clearing sole price 15c. 50 dozen Black Flats, sold everywhere for 85c; our price lfic. Ladies' Sailors or Yachts, in nil colors, sold everywhere elso for 25c; special sale price 10c. Black Leghorn Flats at 85c. White Leghorn Flnts at 85c. 100 dozen Hats, sold formerly for Mc, 50c, 62c, 75c., 87c, and SI; special salo price 25c. Trimmed Hate thnt were S4, $5, S6. and S7 are now $3.24. HOSIERY. Children's 13lack Derby Ribbed Hose, double knee, worth 15c; our price 10c. Children's Black Kibbed Hose, extra long-, double knee, worth 21c: our price 15c. Infants' Pln-striped Hose, good quality, ISc. Children's Fast Black, double knee, heel, and toe, warranted fast black or money refunded, 25c Ladies' Fancy Cotton Hose, 2G gauge, best make, boot pattern, worth 39c; our price 25c. AnelegantFast Black Plain Ladies's H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

...,-4Sf .......lllltlftl m .SI "MllUi iiiilHx'liira fcggsKr ,,!IWA iWlIPs """"iiliililii WmKm , I WIH Mrs. Stnator Davis sravc tbo Fenclbles a very pleasant reception on" Tuesday evening at her residence on Massachusetts avenue. Mrs. Davis wore a very becoming figured white china silk. She was assisted uy"Miss Bertha Lincoln, in a black net sown; Mrs. Ehccm, in a white silk dress, and Miss Jennie O'Ncil Totter, of Minne apolis, in a corn-colored gown of India silk. Miss Potter is an elocutionist, and during the evening she gave several recitations. MiClIub Smith, who was present, was quite the lion of the occasion. Mrs. Davis had with her several Suests from Minuesota, Miss Agncw, her cousin; Irs. Nichols, Miss Susie Bracket, Mrs. Bush uell, Mrs. Cushing, Mr. Adair, and Mrs. Coch rane. Among those present were the guests of honor, Capt. Domer, First Lieut. L. B. Mosher, Second Lieut. W. W. Mortimer, Mr. L. J. Bctz, Mr. Brackctt, Jr., Mr. R. D. Crowell, Mr. J. P. Crowcll, Mr. J. O. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

1 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 22. 1S9Q AND iUcrhls Jlntionn1 5nIcUifjcnccr. thf. National intelligencer established uoo. THE SUNDAY HERALD established tees. iCntoroil nt tho PoBt Office t Wfinhlngton, D. On nsSocond-clnsB Ulntter. J. H. SOUr.15, A. T. IIENSKY, .Proprietors. Editorial anil Publication Unices. No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. SPECIAL. NOTICID. Those ol our patrons leaving the city for the summer months can have "The Herald" sent to their addresses hy leaving their names at this olllce. Our patrons living on the line ol the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald'' sent direct by leaving their order at the newstaud, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. $30 REWARD. TH12 SUNDAY HEKAI.r" is convinced t!i nt there 1r an orcanizeu cane of paper thieves In this city, -who follow Its carriers around and tnko the papers from the door steps. Wo will pas a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of these thieves. $0 REWARD. Subscribers will confer n favor ...

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