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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

ss JTZ V 'I I Ml . TO " V'.' 111 v XJv -v a V K1 ON ANALOSTAN ISLAND. I ANNUAL 'IKI.I Sl'OBTS OF THE CO LUMBIA CLUB'S ATHLETES. Many Ladles Among tho Crowd IVhtcH AVHneseed tho Woll-Contcnted Evcntn Tho Grounds In Fairly Good Condition Tho Contests and the AVI nners. Despite tho heavy rnln yesterday morning the annual summer field sports of the Columbia Athletic Club took place yesterday afternoon ou Analostan Island. They were witnessed by a largo number of tho friends of the competing ntbletes and a big contingent of tho general public, who took great delight in the games. Many ladies graced the Island with their pres ence, and their pretty costumes, mingling with the loud blazers of tho athletes, made the sight a pretty one up and around the cinder path. The grounds were In fair shape, the heavy rain, of course, rendering the track somewhat out of trim for extra fa6t sprinting, so, every thing considered, the time made was rather remarkable. Track Master O'Neil has certainly made...

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. — 22 June 1890

.?,5i,? . i?i ... iissisiir;p 3&g29mmMmBss - . ,' j.'M ,'i,iW'',ti,i ai32 !S S WIS ss CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for ThiJSunday Heiiai.d 20c. per mouth, dcllveredjatjyour resilience early Sun day morning. HISenatk. Mr. Dawes presented tho petition of W. L. Hodman Tost No. 1, G. A. R., of New Bedford, Mass., praying for the transfer of the revenue cutter service to the Navy Dcpt. The Vice President presented a similar peti tion from Naval Post No. 510, Dept. of N. Y. Mr. Voorhecs presented the petition of the Loval Legion praying for a speedy, complete, and accurate publication or the Oflicial War Uecords of the Rebellion. Mr. Gray presented a number of petitions from G. A. It. posts and commercial bodies praying for the transfer of the revenue cutter service to the Navy Dept. Mr. Aldrieh presented the petition of G. W. "Warren Post, G. A. R., of Newport, lt. 1., pray ing for the transferor the revenue marine to the Navy Dept. Also, a memorial of citizens of Rhode Island...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, 'SUNDAY, JUNK 22, 1SQO. AMONG THE JUNE ROSES. MANY UAPI'V COUIT.KS JOINED IN AVKDI.OOK.'.S TIOI..Y IIONDS. A Stonily 1'oal of Morry Marriage Hells the 1'iiit AVouU-Tlie WllklnhHti-HodR-Ichu WoiliUntj on AYeilnesiluy livening Miss Caldwell Itocoinrs the; Baroness Von Zi'ilwltr. The advent of June brought a perfect storm of nuptlnl events, the culmination of which was reached Inst week by several notable mar riages both here ami abroad. In London, ac cording to the rites of the Cutbolic Church, "Our Mai y" became the wife of JosG de Navano, of New York. Miss Victoria West, so well known in this city, was married to her cousin, the heir of Kuole, where the marriage was cele brated. Miss Dorothy Tennant, the original of Millais's famous picture, "Yes or No," is one of the June brides, and, with her world famous husband, Henry M. Stanley, is a courted guest at great London houses. The love story of Miss Maiy Elizabeth Brcck iuridgo Caldwell and Aloiitz Curt Frcihcrr vo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

n THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JUNK 22, 18QO. FORGET-ME-NOTS. President Harrison is evidently going to run bis predecessor, Mr. Cleveland, pretty close in the matter of vetoing bills. Vp to the present be has vetoed six, ami lie lias approved only about three liuudred. This does not quite come up to Mr. Cleveland's average, but It beats all previous records except Cleveland's, and there Is no telling how President Harrison's average may improve as his hand becomes accustomed to the work. The bills which Mr. Cleveland vetoed were mostly private- pension bills, while those vetoed by Mr. Harrison up to the present arc mostly bills providing for new pub lic buildings and other public works. He has openly declared war on public-building bills, just as Mr. Cleveland openly declared war on private pension bills. The bill just vetoed by Mr. Harrison was a bill enabling the city of Ogden, In Utah Territory, to borrow money in order to make 60tne public Im provements. Then came the vetoes of bi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

fe-:. ? 1 ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SEND IN YOUR VOTES ! 'THE HKltALD'S" EUKOPEAN TKIP CONTEST DRAWING TO A CF.OSE. Rut Two Woolcs Now Roinnin lloforc tho Covotod 1'rIzcH Arc Awnrdcd Miss McCiuiloy Still Ahead, With Professor Freeman Second anil Miss Scott Thirl. Hut two weeks now remain before Tun Sun day Hiskai.d's free Europcau trip will be awarded to the Washington school teacher who obtains the greatest number of votes In the pub lic contest. Tho friends of each contestant have no time to lose If they wish their candi date to secure the handsome prize. No more healthful, pleasant, and Instructive way of spending tho summer vacation can be Imagined than by taklug a tour among th e historic scenes of the Old World. For a teacher such a tour Is especially desirable, and The Sunday Hiihald's contest offers au attractively easy way for the friends of some deserving teacher to secure for him or her the delightful treat. Pupils can in no other way show their gratitude and affection for their ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUN 2. 1S90. 's BAB'S- CENSUS MAN. SHK UKTS ALONG MOST rAMOl'SLY 1VITH HIM, Ami Thoy Kxclinnco Most Intcrofltlnc Views Umnom of the Ccnmn Girls Who Wear Shirts Woman's Things Which Como IIIrIi Special Corrcsnondeuco of Sunday Hehami. New Yok, June 20, 1SJK). Why don't you mako out your own list for tbe census man ? You can tell him how many times a week you go to the theatre, whether you prefer blondes or brunettes, whnt your favorite tipple Is, what books you think are immoral, what Is your favorite color, if not yourself who would you rather be, and who is your f avorlto hero in history. In this way you will give the Government a good idea of your intellectual statue, and there is no telling what effect this may have on future generations. UAH'S AMIAULn CKXSt'S MAN. I have studied the questions closely, and 1 re gret that 1 am not the widow of a soldier, for then 1 might be getting a pensiou. The man who took mine (census, not photograph) thought It w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

( - J tit v THE?StJNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1S90. 11 -v ! K, in ft- FAMOUS DIAMONDS. A TANGLKI) TALK SOMKWIIAT STKAIGIITENKD OUT. Tho Kcn.1 (Joins "f tho World Pointed Out According to Merit iunl the Imaginary, I)oultful, and Fictitious Ones Duly Labeled. TART 1. An interesting subject is the Diamond. It is a subject about which thero is more misinfor mation to the square inch than any other upon which ill-informed writers undertake to en lighten tho reading world. Having been ut tcily confused and confounded by the contra dictions, impossibilities, and absuidltics of a number of newspaper and magazine articles which I had read concerning diamonds, and es pecially the great diamonds of the world, I de termined to mako something of a systematic search through what maybe called the standaid literature on the subject, and I think I will de serve the thanks of newspaper readers generally if I put together a brief summary of the facts in tho case that seem to bo established by tho b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

) O THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. TUNE 2. 1S90. 1 . 1 i -I t , $ ! i &? h? A &:, ' ' - &v i. i IKK: Hi THE THEATRES IX SUMMER. SOME I.OCAI.NKWS ANI OOSSI1' ABOUT 1'KOFKSSrONAT.S. Tho Scnson at Albnufjli's Still Humiing on X'rospcrously A Talk With Mutineer AlbnuRh HlsXow House in llnltlmorc Thcntrlcnl Small Talk. "The Ulnek Hussar" was civen last week nt Albaugh's by the Lmnont Opera Company. Taking it as a whole it was a very fair rendition. Comparing it with the company originally pre senting the opera here, it would fall somewhat short of a standard production. Tho music of "The Black Hussar." like all Milloccker's works, is of a most tuneful and inspiring order, and for this reason has been made so familiar to the public through every musical medium as to magnify any defects which might occur in an operatic rendition. Miss Lament, who did the rule of Jlinna, showed to less advantage than in any of the company's productions, and the same may be said of Miss llanlcy as li...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

13 w THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY.JUNE 22, 1890. A BOOMING WEEK. THE LOCAL. STOCK MAltKKT SHO"VS DECIDED ACTIVITY. llnllronri Stocks in I.srgo Dcinnnil-Columbia Title Insuraiico Krcnly Oft'orcd and Taken Grapliopliono Advancing Klcc tric Iilcht Cloves Upward American Security a 1'nvorltc. The past week has been tho banner one of the year in the local stock market, as the amount of business done was largely in excess of any other thus far. In addition to the sales made on the Exchange qulto a number are known to have been made privately, involving large amounts of money and embracing transactions in largo blocks of stock. Railroad stocks have been in great demand, and Columbia Title In surance received an unusual amount of atten tion. Graphophono continues its upward course, and Klectric Light is gradually reaching up to 150. The American Security receives special favor, while Second National Hank touched high-water mark. Altogether tho month of June has thus far been a good one, and th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

-, ji jr' rcr X ss V. A. THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUNK 2S, 1S90. 14: $ V to,i F" is,. I NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT GOKTH ON AMONG KUKTHRKN OF TIIK SKORKT FKATHUNITIKS. rrcpnrntlons for ColcbrnMnR St. Joint' Day A Notnblo Kvont In Almns Tcin- plo A HIk Rntch oritema lows Iln iH'onttiKS AmoiiK lilt os and Mcclinnlcs. for Oilil Fol tlic Rcclm- Tho following Mnsonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodqcs. Mnsonlc Temple Daw son No. 10, Monday, 23d: Federal No. 1, Tues day, 24tli; New Jerusalem No. I), Thursday. 20th; St. John's No. 11, 1'riday, 27th; Hope No. 20, Fridnv, 27th. A. A. S. H. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 2(Uh. Blue Iloom: Arminlus No. 25, Monday, 23d: Acicia No. IS, Tuesday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whit ing No. 22, Thursday", 20th; Stanslmry No. 21, Monday. 23d. UoyalArch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mt. Vernon No. 3. Monday, 23d; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 20th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 27th. , .uns...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 June 1890

w-JWt Mlf V :- ? h 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, JUNEK 1S90, Li lT,i IVIlXrKAKl r r . IIIIwL.llriLJL.I-. i ?is v jlH? mm K vf igiisEcissbicKyyy vxiiSrfsifsv IF SO, WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING Tlie Finest Chemical Preparation, in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. T. A. COOK. INJPLA MMATION, 1YS1EJPSIA, INJ1IGESTION, CATARRH. WEAK AND SORE EYES, SOJIE TJLJiOAT, CJIOJERA MORBUS, JIEADACIJE, CJIOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIA ItJUIGEA , T. A. COOK. ACIDIT Y OF STOMACH,. CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAB BOWELS. JFLIES-AJD J7"JE3LAJF "THE PISOPIjE fSjTST Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From the use and well sustained reputation of PK0FESS0K T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, ive deem It due its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its efllcacr: D. K. CAltTTEK, Chief Justice. ARTHUR M.vcARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. 11. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

JiVttft Wklig H&tixm&i ntlli&nxK VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNK 29, 1890. 16 PAGES. NO. 15 s HARRISON WITH REED. UK WANTS THE FEDKRAI. EIKCTION LAW FASSHD ANDFASSK1) QUICKLY. Its Discussion in the Cnmpnlgn Will Make Talk orSouthern Outrages Very Apropos Mr. Kwnrt, Speaking Tor Southern Re publicans, Denounces the Rill. President Harrison bas heretofore been given the credit ot at least deprecating, it not of ac tually opposing, the passage of the dangerous Federal election bill now under discussion In the House. It has been believed that he was statesman enough to discern the evil tenden cies of the scheme and sufliclently patriotic to frown upon the centralizing and un-American clique which has forced most of the Republicans in the House Into accepting the bill. But yesterday the President took occasion to declare himself under the domination of the Heed wing of the party and in favor of the bill. He thinks there is still saving power for his party in the "bloody sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

ri-m SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUNK SO. 1SQO. BiKiSKH35JSn P We shall in a few weeks take out the entire front of both stores, 812 and 814 of KING'S PALACE, to be replaced by one of the handsomest fronts in Washington City. We are consequently compelled to close out our entire stock of Millinery, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing- Goods. Now is your chance. Embrace it Prices no object. The entire stock must go before making our improvements. We have only a few weeks to do it in. Our Great Clearing Sale begins on MONDAY, JUNE the 30th. Don't neglect to call. Hats and Bonnets by the thousands. Flowers, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Ladies' Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, and Gents' Furnishing Goods, the finest and largest assortment ever offered. Remember KING'S PALACE is located at 812 and 814 Seventh Street. Stores extend from Seventh to Eighth. We have no branch store, nor connection with any other establishment. Beware of misrepresentation and imposition by unprincipled parties. TOWN TALK....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

June of Ibis year has been emphatically a wedding month. Among the many already chronicled not one was celebrated under hap pier auspices than that of Miss Carrie Ileywood liacou, daughter of Mr. S. 11. Bacon, of this city, and Mr. James Sidney Skinner, of Tex., Wednesday evening. The ceremony took place in SU Andrew's Church, Rev. Dr. Perry ofllciat ing. The pretty little church was fdled with invited guests, and almost as mauy were out side looking through the open wiudows. The roomy chancel was decked with evergreens at either end, and the columns wreathed with ropes of sintlax. Promptly at 8 o'clock the or ganist played the opening chords of Mendels sohn's Wedding March, and the bridal party moved up the aisle, while the rector, the groom, and his best man, Mr. Boyer Gonzales, of Texas, entered the chancel. There were six ushers, six bridesmaids, and a maid of honor. The procession was led by the ushers walking two aud two, followed by the bridesmaids; next came the maid of hono...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1S9Q J. A. iUtriilij itnlicno1 Onlfllitjcnccr. im National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ETADU&tlD WW. Entered nt the l'ost Offlco at Washington, D. 0. ns Soooml-clnM Matter. SOVX.K1 nKMSlSY, .Proprietors. Edltorlnl nnd Publication Omcofl, No. 400 TontH Street Northwest. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those of our patrons leaving the city for the summer months can have "The Herald" sent to their addresses bv 1 cavin jr their names at this ollice. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Oil io Depot. $.10 REWARD. "THK SUNDAY HERALD'1 Is convinced thnt Micro Is nn organized Banc; of paper thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers around and take the papers from the door steps. Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1890. WYWILLE The County Seat of Wythe County, which was awarded the diploma, with $500 premium, at Virginia Exposition, at Rich mond, in 1888, in Minerals and Woods. OF THI-IE THE "MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY I THE UNITED STATES" ki ni: BOOMING. The Wytheville Development Company, the pioneer company, alone appropriates the large sum of $180,000 to new enter prises. Other companies to assist lib erally. Sites donated to manu facturers. MUNICIPAL DEBT, $02,000. Appropriated by the city to public improvements in 1889, $45,000. The county has no debt. County levy in 1890, 20 cents on $100 of value. Values double in ninety days. Three water systems. One never-failing fountain of min eral water in the centre of the town. HEE, WATER SUPPLY, HER RAILROADS, HER MINERALS. Tacts, Figures, Resources. -GRAND OPEflWG SALE OF LOTS BY THIS COM PANY, BEGINNING JULY 8, 1890, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. The Trinkle tract of 306 acres of land, the most beauti ful in Wytheville, ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senati:. The bill (II. K. t71 rtuthoti.lnc the i erection of a hotel on the Government reserva tion nt Fortress Monroe has passed the Senate. Mr. l'lntt Introduced a bill (S. 4141) referring to the Couit of Claims the claim of William E. AVoodbiidiio for compensation for the use by the U. S. of his invention relating to projectiles, for which letters patent were ordered to issue to him March 25, 1S.V2. The President has made the followlnc nomi nations for promotion in the Auny: 2d Cav. 1st Lt. Charles B. Scholleld, to be capt., Jur.e lt, lSUO, vice MncAdams, deceased; 2d Lt. Her bert II. Sargent, to be 1st It., Juno li. 1S00, vice Schoiicld, promoted. ISth Iut. 1st Lt. John John Anderson, lt. Q. M., to be capt.. June 21. 1S90, vice Romford, retired from active service; 2d Lt. David C. Shanks, to be 1st It., June 22. 1SP0, vice Wood, appointed lt. Q. M. The following have been confirmed by the Senate: 14th Inf. 1st Lt. James A. Buchanan, to be capt.; 2d Lt. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THEC SUNDAY HERALD,SUNDAY,JUNE2911890. It STENOGRAPHY FOR WOMEN IT IHKAXS II AKI -VOHK, FlKM.tfKSS, AND CI.OSK APPLICATION. att.t.s AVliilo Tolls of Her Trials in Making Her "Way to an Assured Position An ISxuurlcncu With Gen. Knsecrnns anil Henvy Ordnance. Miss White, whoso picture adorns this page, when asked to give her experience in making her way, said: "Well, 1 suppose to he consistent 1 ought to he willing to tell how I climbed, for I know from experience how much such uatratives have stimulated me in the past. There is no easy road to success, and no such word as 'genius' to apply to a stenographer. The brightest man or woman who essays to ac quire the art must resolve to go through a rigid and painstaking drill. First the signs must be all learned, and then through laborious practice speed acquired, but not until one has learned to think stenographically just as one never mas ters a new language until one's thoughts and expressions ilow naturally in that language can one cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 1S90. THE UMPIRE DID IT. A DECISION 11Y KEI-.W WHICH GATE A GAME TO NEW HAVEN. The Intorcstinc Toints of tho ContesU Whattho Clinnce Hack to Capitol Vnrlt Will Prove A Gnme To-ilny Across the Hrltlo Notes. There wns quite n good crowd at Capitol l'nrk yesterday to see the second game of the scries between the New Havens ami Washingtons. Though the Wnshlngtons lost the spectators saw It was through a bad decision of Umpire Kelly In the seventh Inning In calling Cahlll safe at second, when he should have been de clared out. The team work of the Wnshlngtons was excellent nml showed decided improve ment over exhibitions given previously. The pitching department, which was in charge of Mr. Daniels, deserves unstinted praise. Daniels caught a runner oft" the base, and by a quick movement ran him oft first-base, chased him down the line, and caught him before reaching second. Again, a sharp hit was struck toward histler at first which that usually reli...

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