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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

ilmtttai j$itxix WLwklig 3$fcim&l EttilJU0mctf ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JUNE 29.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 NOW FOR SURPRISES! A DULL MARKET. " flIISS KATE U. BEVAUD TAKES THE IISA D IN TIIK CONTEST. "Her VupilB Hnvo Ueen Kcsorvlnc Thoir UallotH nml Give Her Nearly 1,200 to Start "With 3Ioro Siirprics Expected This Week Other Loading Candidates. The contest for Tin: Herald's freo European trip for tlio most popular school teacher developed some surprises last week. Miss Kato II. Bevard, of the Conduit Road School, at a single bound his gone to the head of the list and this morning is credited with the haudsome total of 1,1S5 votes. Mis3 Bevard is very popu lar with her pupils, and the latter have been quietly gathering votes for her for weeks. Hav ing not enough to give her the lead in the con test, they have turned them in in a lump. The IIkuald has information that similar tactics have been adopted by the friends of other popular teachers, and it is likely that other big surprises are iu res...

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. — 29 June 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE 29. 1SQO. GOTHAM IN THE DOG DAYS. NEW YORK IS GAY DESPITE THE SUM MKB HEAT. Summer l.lfo In New York How Enjoy ment Is llnil Hcsnlto the Ucnt-A Favor ite Quiet Kcsort Tho New aindlson Sciunro Garden ami Its Itnllet Where Love Ilcnts to Waltz Music. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. Xnw Yohk, June 27, 1S00. There is no doubt about New York bcins a good summer plncc. It bns always been one of ray pet theories that all people went away for was to have change of surroundings and food, that when it was hot it was hot every place, and that when you frizzled in New York you might be equally certain that all the rest of mankind was frizzling some place else. SUMMBIl LIVE IN NEW YOKK. Here there are always cool nights, and people who know how to live, to dress, and to cat soon learn how to be comfortable, not necessarily en a shilling a day, but in the largest city in the United States. In the first place you do not have to sit on a piazza staring an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THESSUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE' 29, 1S90. 11 JV FAMOUS DIAMONDS. TAWni.KJ) TALK SOMEWHAT STItAIOIITKNED OUT. 'The Ileal -Ou his nMlie World DlstliiRitlFlieil ( According to Merit, tin it the Imncinnra't I I)onltfitl, nml Fictitious Ones Duly Tjtiliclcri PART II. I Continued from Juno 22.1 TUB MATAN. The rejection of the llrairnimi would lenvc nt "the head of tho list of the great diarnouds of tho world tho Mntan, which weighs 307 -carats. It was found In llornco In 1787, and has always belonged to tho Sultan of Uornco. How ever, It ts still in the rough and should not be compared with diamonds that arc cut. It has u blue, metallic lustre, Is about tho size of a wal uut, and is valued at two million dollars. The Nizam diamond, which stands next, Is at present in the possession or the Nizam of Hyderabad, the descendant or tho Kings of Golconda. It weighs in the rough MO carats and is valued at a million dollars. It was found In tho Golconda mines. Had it not been broken by accident d...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, IUNE 29. 1890. 12 TT? SUMMER AMUSEMENTS. SUMMER OPERA STIfcl. BKAWISO WEIil. AT AI-nAUGII'S. Mr. nnl Mrs. Kobcrt Uownlne to IMny "In Boinar" in nn Out-Door Theatre atTheir Country Plnce Amusement Plans for Next Season Taklne Shape. Lnrgo audiences attended Albaugh's laet week to hear the Lamont Opera Company in Czibulka's comic opera, "Amorita." Nobody thought of tho extreme high temperature of the atmosphere amid such airy music and rollick ing fun. Every member of the caEt entered heartily into the spirit of the opera, and gave as a result one of the most complete and har monious renditions yet presented. Mis6 Ilanley disclosed her versatility by way of n dignified per sonation of tho role of Augele, ItBcems almost nn anachronism to associate this clever little actress with anything but a vivacious, kicking idle, and yet her work during tho past week stamps her a6 of broader range than she might generally be given credit for. Miss Lamont in the title role...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JUNK 29. 1890. 13 -3v ?- (REGISTERED TRADE-MARK.) Important to All People Leaving the City for the Summer. JLLJmftSWnW'mWWI C4HH U K-l 13 I H II Kkl K tStJsJ:JsiJ!AJS '! 1 WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY BKAUTIFUL 1IAIK MADE MOKE IJEAU TIFUIi IJY AUTISTIC DRESSING. Coilt'ures as Varied as the Types of Ueauty They Arc Intended to Adorn Dlonde Hair Still in Groat Favor The "Coiffure Artistic." Special Correspondence of Sunday Hehai.d. New Yohk, June 27, 1890. A few years ago so little Interest was mani fested by ladies in the arrangement of their hair that the hairdressers feared their occupation well-nigh gone, and the art itself seemed booked for a place on the shelves of the past. But just here Dame Fashion happily came to the rescue, and in her usual peremptory way instituted a new Older of coiffure, the outcome of which is that we now see glossy plaits, graceful coils and twists, and the Huffiest and most coquetish of bangs taking the place of the careless backn...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 29.1890. NEWS OF THE LODGES. KVI3XT8 OF TIIK WK131C AMONG SKCIIKT KKATEKNIT1KS. Sli rinors lMi'Hsniitlj- Kntcrlnliioil In VMtts-Imivb-WIicii Mnsonry Win Introduced Into tlio DUVorcnt S'iutca An Intcrest inir Hatch or Odd Fellowship Jicns Othcr Matters. The following Mnsoutc bodies meet upon the oVcnings of the ensuing week : Lodge. Masonic Temple National No. 1", Tuesday, 1st: Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 'id; La Fayette No. 19, Thursday, 3d: Lebanon No. 7. Friday. 4th. A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 2d; Ditto' ltootn: Columbia No. 51. Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania nvenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 4th. Koyal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple Ln Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 1st; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall. Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Mount Horeb No. 7,Thursday,'Jd. Hoyal and Select Matters. A. A. S. 15. Sanc tuary, 1007 G street Washington ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

THE SUISTDAV HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNK 29. 1S9Q. 15 S YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO, WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING jLjOfii? '- Til Psv TJtJ x x, 7 " '-TsrZ' - T. A. COOK. i in? la m ma tion, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, . . . , t. j. x nl...-u; Cixomo I (Statements oy tne uiswtictj ui uiuinuia, wuouiw Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. C, and Elsewhere. From the use and well sustained reputation ol I'ltOFESSOU T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem it duo Its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy: D. K. CAKTTEU, Chief Justice. A IITHUH MacAHTHUR, Associate Justice. A. II. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. U. J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. H. J. MEIGS, Jh., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FREDERICK DOUGLASS, Marshal for District of Columbia. L. P. "WILLIAMS, Deputy Marshal for District of Columbia. ALEXANDER SHARP, E.v-Marshal for District of Columbia. G. W. PHILIPS, Ex-D...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 29 June 1890

16 THESUNDAYHERALD SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 1890. Tin mr 1 tt LW MOM'S POPULAR IMG PLACE, mm The Day Before the IS THE ESITCTIDI Fourth of July BAUM'S SECOND GRAND STAR SALE! Our First Grand Star Sale was a ratifiiny success, and we hare done all in our power to UPHOLD THE STANDARD OF THAT SALE and TO SURPASS IT IF POSSIBLE! It is coniinu close to Stock Takintj Time, and the BOTTOM IS DROPPING CLEAN OUT OF PRICES. We are not look inr for proits this time of the year. BUT TO REDUCE STOCK, and if the Jifures at which we are foinr to sell foods durina this safe don't PUT A BIG HOLE IN OUR STOCK we're freatli mistaken. All Star Bargains marked with RED. WHITE, and BLUE TICKETS, and on whatever tou see the (" Star" examine closet ii It will be a baraain at which ijou don't often ret a chance. SALE CONTTNUES ' '' ' TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THU w IIIMI1W" " J JUNE 30. JULY 1, JULY 2. RSDAY. J Men's Goods Star Sale Prices. Wraps and Suits Star Sale Prices. Mc. Fancy Trimmed Xipht Shirt, 37ic. 73c. Plain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

p JPr JHIi II 1 JVttfc 3Khlf WL&ti&vi&l !tttllgttjc VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1S90 16 PAGES. NO. 16 MR. LISNBH IN A HURRY. I'nOTOOKAPHER KICE ATTEMPTS TO CHASTISE HIM ON THE AVENUE. Tho Cuuso of tho Trotiblo mi Aliened Insult Oirorotl to air. Itico'n Daughter by Mr. TdHiior In tho Pnlals Itoval Mr. Issuer's Clerics to the IlcHcue. A number of pedestrians, boot-blacks, hack drlvers, ami others who may not have enjoyed the Fourth to the full extent of their capacities, turned In pleasant anticipation to witness what promised to be an interesting personal en counter in front of the Palais Royal early yes terday afternoon. The parties to the affair were Mr. Rice, the well-known photographer, and Mr. A. Lisner, proprietor of the Palais Royal, Mr. Lisner evidently had business of Im portance In another quarter of the city, judg ing from the haste with which he strove to reach his carriage at the curb. Mr. Rice, how ever, was in hot pursuit, and got close enough to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE: SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1S90. IftBtBRHfcALViffU, .itiMUaUUiliiUAiaiUKISSSM We sliall in a few weeks take out the entire front of both stores, 812 and 814 of KING'S PALACE, to he 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 u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

WMtAtMjWuUu V (( ))l P JwiwffllNJ-Jl pi "VK .-.--t!iffi ...llmilllllW'" m' Mun aiojiiraffii piiMjMaMiM'-Es '""WfAWtill .?" ipiiw 1 w,KlppE H !'.! I, Tbo Administration left town on Thursday. The President went to Capo May for the Fourth of July, Mrs. Wlndom accompanying him. Secretaries Wlndom and Rusk went cruising on Cheseapcako Hay. Postmaster General "Wana maker spent the national anniversary at Cape May Point. Secretary Maine Is at Car Harbor. Secretary Proctor Is at his homo In Vermont, and Secretary Tracy arrived in New London, Conn., Thursday. The concert at the White House grounds last evening was unusually well attended, and aside from the absence of the President's fam ily from the balcony, the scene was exception ally brilliant and beautiful. The many light anil gay summer tallcts of the ladles contrasted well against the green grass and foliage, while the lawn in front of the Mansion was all in shade, and the white shaft of tho Monument was golden In tbo light of the ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 6. 1S90. 4. iUrthli ilaiiouo1 3ulf!ligcncer. t'H NATIONAL INTEIXIGENCER ESTABUSH60 tSOO. THE SUNDAY HERALD STA6UHCD 1365. Entered it tlio l'ost Ofuco at Washington, I). C as Socoml-clasfl Jttnttor. a. n. souiis. A. T. HKNS15Y, .Proprietors. BCriltorla) and Publication Olllcea, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. " SPKOIAIj NOTIC13. Those of our pntrons leaving the city for the summer months can have "The Herald" sent to their addresses toy leaving their names at this dlliee. Our patrons living on the line or the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct hy leaving their order at the ncwstnnd, Bnltlmore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers -will confer a favor by notify ing this office when they fall to receive their paper, in orilor that the matter may bo properly Investigated. XOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advance) per year $2.50 The Editor of The Sunday Hint.u.n cannot undertake to prcservcor return rejected communi cations. P...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

A ORTIMG NEWr S .c M IL -F n '-.StlPLWfc KHrHy 7fl ISW V ". . -7' '!(( y' V ( V J j) w ' - 'A 8 I h fc I',H ' 4j ft THE WILMINGTONS DOWNED KBBOKS WHICH niSIil'ED THE WASH INGTONS TO A VIOTOKY. -General Sporting Kows of the WcolcTho Movement for h 1'otoinno Itlvor Navy Good Work hy Columbia Atlilotlo Mon 4it Philadelphia and Hampton. Wilmington, Del., July 5. Tho Wilming ton Club lost a game to Washington to-day. Lynch's error in overthrowing to Keay in the 6lxtli Inning, In trying to catch a venturesomo basc-stealer who should have-been put out with out trouble, aided In the defeat. Up to the sixth inning Wilmington had the game well in band. Attendance, 1,200. Score: Wilmingtons 0 1110 0 0 0 0-3 WushlUKtous 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 x-4 Baso hits Wilmingtons. 4; Wnshlugtons, 0. Errors AVilmlngtons, 3; Wushingtons, 0. Hat terica Anderson and Corcoran; Daniels and Nicholas. Stolen bases WllmiiiKtons, 4; Wash Ingtons. 3. Struck out IJy Anderson, G: by Don iols, 3. First on balls AVllmlnRtons, 2...

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

e JTt in, mMMPW - m,T fj"j I 1 .jJkixiMM, ifc-fi:ky - - ba. b-"- i m - r i. ii ii ii i i mm iiiiii jiii i i -.r.i .. rr v . ! wt i .tt ru" p.m i i jvv-t. . v j . -uj. t i zzx jt.i m ii ! . r i .i i i " i . -wnHM CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for The Sunday Heuald 20c. per mouth, delivered nt your residence early Sun day morning. Senate. The Senate has passed the joint resolution (S. 11. CO) authorizing Comdr. Dennis V Mullan, U. S. N., to accept a medal from the Chilian government. The Senate has passed the bill (S. 1037) au thorizing the President to place the name of James M. 'Williams, late a col. and brevet brig, gen. of U. S. Vols, and capt. of cav. and brevet maj. in the Kegular Army, upon the retired list of the Arrnv, with the rank of capt. of cav. Senate bill 3S20, proposing to pay Charles AV. Cronk, late an acting 1st asst. eng. in the U. S. Navy, the sum of 264.4G, the amount of 3 mouths' pay as a volunteer ofllccr, which he failed to receive at the date of his disc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJULYG.ISQO. FOR GALLANT DEEDS. VKTKKANS WHO WON THE MKDAL OF HOXOtt ON THIS HATTI-FIKIiI). SoiiH! of Those Ucslrtont lnWnshtiiBton Who Hear tho Token of Conspicuous Gal lantry mill tho Incidents Which Earned ft for Tliein Tho Modal of Honor Ijo fIon. The Medal of Honor Legion Is an association of old Boldlers of which the country has not "heard a great deal. Yet tho members of it nro all heroes, and can only bocomo members be causo of conspicuous nets of heroism and self sacrifice in the service of their country on tho battle-field. Those only nro eligible who hnvo received tho bronze medals granted by net of Congress, passed in 1802, to "such ofllccrs, non commissioned ofllccrs, nnd privates ns shall most distinguish themselves by their gallnutry in action nnd other soldier-like qunllties." Nat urally these medals nro highly valued by old soldiers, nnd yet, notwithstanding tho hundreds of thousands who fought on tho Union side in the late war, only about a t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDA.Y. JULY 6, 1SQO. IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. TH13 .WOSDEKFni. DKVELOPiMKXT GO ING ON IX THAT KEGION. The New City of Ivnuhoc Jn Cripple Creole Vnlloy A Town of Splendid l'romlic, With Immense Mineral "WetiltH anil VnluiUitc Forests Around It. l Special Correspondence of Sunday Hv.ualil Iyamiqj:, Wratn Co., Va., July 3. The representative of Tnn Hkuami who has been knocking about In the southwestern section of Virginia for some days taking notes of the won derful development which Is going on here has almost settled down to the conviction that he is not in staid Old Virginia at all, but In one of the new booming, hustling States of the far West, where cities spring up in a night and the population doubles at least twice a year. The air in this region is full of the ozone of enter prise and progress. Every one tells of the good times coming, of tho new cities that are being built up rapidly, but on a substantial basis that has none of the elements of the West ern "...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

JVafr 38II&kl:g H&ixmml ltrill0n H ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JULY 6.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 I I' !l Cxl ,' V- e hJ -a-! kr) ONLY THREE DAYS MORE. THE EUUOFEAN TKIP CONTEST TO CLOSE ON TUESDAY EVENING. How tho Votes "Will Ijo Counted and tho Announcement of tho Uosult Made Miss Uovard Still at tho Head of tho Toll Tho Other Lending Candidates. Tho "tncrry war" which has been rasing for several weeks between tho friends of a number of popular Washington school teachers for Tim Sunday Kkiiald's freo vacation tour of Eu rope is drawing to a close. Tho last vote will bo received at 5 o'clock on Tuesday evening, and as soon as the polls close a committee of well-known gentlemen will proceed to count tho ballots. Tho teacher who is found to have the highest number of votes will be declared the winner. Tho successful competitor will at once bo notified as to the result, so that ample time will bo afforded to prepare for tho trip to Europe. The other leading candidates will also be informed with...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. ULY6, 1SQO. A Free Tour of Europe ! Popular se"V"E3stth: stkbbt. UP BARGAINS. JfcS.Ji-j U JLjL 5555 Shopping Place, KEEPNG WHICH ASSURES US A CONTINUAL KEEPING UP OE TllABE. T?OK AN INSTANCE NOTE CAREFULLY WHAT WE ARE OFFERING FOR THE WEEK IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Not an item which is not in demand now, hut still the prico reductions go on thorn, can hardly Mnako them move faster than they do now. The difference in price coos to you. Wo get the benefit of your favorable comment. All of KOECIILIN'S BEST FRENCH SAT1NES, including Black and Whites and plain -colors, (except plain Black and Cream,) 121c. a yard. 25c. BEST SCOTCH GINGHAMS, 10c. a yard. A world of patterns of which we cannot give you an idoa here, so wc plainly state the RE DUCTION FACT in one line; it expresses considerable. 121c. and 15c. DOMESTIC SATINES, 10c. a yard. A small lot of plain Domestic Satines in Tans and Light Browns; were 12ic, for 5c. a yard. 10c. STRIPED WHITE LAWNS, 01...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

323 JBM&&3T-SZ, THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1S90. 11 c i- K ' v v '' &Pl V' m, m REPORTING CONGRESS. HOW IT IS DOKM IN EOLASD AND A3CKUI0A. Tho United States Aliciul of the "World Undo Sum Does II is Own llcnortlnc. "Vhllo John Bull Depends Upon Con tractors Ofllclal Koportors and Nows papor Koportors Knjjlnnil's llansaril nnil Our "ConRressiotuil Kecorcl.' Tho death of John J. McElhonc,' for many years tho chief ofllclal stenosrnphcr of the House of Representatives, brings up the subject of Congressional reporting an Interesting and Im portant subject. Tho art of shorthand writing is not a new one, but Its present perfection Is an achievement of the present generation. As long ago as 1GSS three centuries ago, that is to say there was in use in England a system of arbi trary characters to represent words. It was Invented by a man named Bright. It wasn't much or a system of shorthand, but It Is tho first recorded invention having fast-writing for its object. A shor...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, TULY 6. 1SQO. CURRENT AMUSEMENTS. thk ni'.vivAii or i,inafom AIjIIAUGH'S THIS YVKKK. AT Xnst "Week's Performance of "TholJat" Tragedian Downing Gives an Out-Door 1'roclucUoit of " Ingoinar " at Ills Coun try I'lnce Notes of Theatrical Affairs. Tho Lnmont Opera Company mnilc a bold en deavor to present Johnnn Strnuss's comic opera, "The Bat," nt Albaugh's last week anil drew good houses, if not high encomiums. Tlio at tempt was not a complete success, although there were members of the cast who would have made It so with propor support. In tho dis tinction generally recognized regarding such productions, "The Bat" might be considered more in tho nature of a musical comedy than a comic opera, and as such it demands more real histrionic ability than is ordinarily discovered In a company confining itself to the usual line of light opera. Inequalities of merit are made all the more prominent under such conditions when lack of familiarity with the linos adds disc...

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