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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 1UJUY t, lyu. JLcJ Through its exceptional railroad facilities, "IVANHOE" Is placed within minimum haul of tho enor mous "Gossan Iron Ore of Carroll County anil the World Famous Llmonlto nnd Mountain Ores of tho Cripple Creek Valley; aud Is also within easy haul of tho celebrated Pocahontas and Flat-Top Coal and Coke Fiolds. IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES Already being operated within tho town. The No. 1 Furnace Of the Now Elver Mineral Company Is already In successful operation, while tho IVANHOE IRON CO., Under tho Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of tho Mott Haven Iron "Works, of Now York, has been organized for tho purpose of erecting another furnace of largo capacity. THE EXTENSIVE MINES Of the New River Mineral Company, adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a large number of men. The a i) "With a Capital of $-500,000, has purchased im mense deposits of valuable Zinc Ores, which they are now developing, and will soon orect soveral largo fu...

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

T TTTA 1-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 6.1S90. o AMONG THE LODGES. VARIOUS ITEMS OF INTEKEST SECKET SOCIETY MEMBERS. TO Imylntr the Corncr-Stonc of tho New Mnson lo Hall lit Anncoslln-Gcn. Albert rilco's Tribute to tho into Gen. Koomo Odd Follows, Mechanics, nnd Rechnhltes. The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Mnsonic Temple 13. B. French No. 15. Monday, 7th; 1'cntAlplia No. 23, Monday, 7th: Federal No. 1, Tuesday, Sth; New Jerusalem No. l), Thursday, 10th: St. John's No. 11, Friday, 11th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 11th. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary. 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 10th. Blue Room: Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, Sth. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 7th; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs day, 10th. Masonic Hall, Unioutown, Anacostia No. 21, Mouday, 7th. Iioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Washington No. 2, Thursday, 10th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, Sth. Commandcries Knig...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAYJULY 6. 1S9Q. 15 IiITTIjE POUSSE-0AF13. What passion-freaks my ruler has, What changing hues or mood ! Sweet ever ns a maid may be, Uut not, at nil times, itood. AVhat Impulse of the moment will This reckless one obey; My wayward girl, my darling jrirl, My little pousse-caf C Jealous the little vixen is The chartreuse green, my pet Now fairly white in pretty rnjro There comes tho anisette 1 So, as with cordials in tho glass, The shifting colors play; My wayward girl, my darling girl, My littlo )oiissc-cfl;. A Hush upon the peachy cheek? Well, curncoa'a red A storm of kisses, fierce and hot, Upon my forehead shed; With all the rest, slnco blood is warm, Thoro is tho brandy's away; My wayward girl, my darling girl, My little pousse-caf t. But ah I the new look in her oyea 1 Tho dearest change is this: Tho bencdlctine softens now, The trust and perfect bliss. This Is the melting mood of love, This Is the ono should stay 1 My wayward girl, my darling girl, My li...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 July 1890

"16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JULY 6, 1S90. IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING LFE c Yft- 1j Y. - Tke Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, B0 C, 1868. T. A. COOK, INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, m m WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA M ORB US, HEADACHE. CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIATiRHGEA, T. A. COOK. ACIDITY OF STOMACH,. CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. hwwwmiiwuiihi ins TT5 v Tl -lOTTIE.ilJ8!? TIODB IHSQJRXjbDEI fSJkTST 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 PKOFESSOIl T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem it due Its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of Its efficacy: D. K. CAUTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. 0. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW "SVYL1E, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

-il iai iniirnnmifcrlfl nn rift (..' .i. " KV JUttfr 3BHttl:g Slatitttml' lttiUxx$m. 1 ( vol. xxv. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1S90. 16 PAGES. NO. IT - . JU. lie V f? SHAME, UNOLE SAMUEL ! mSGKAOEFOL ADMISSIONS BV THE TREASURY DEPARTJIEST. Iiargo Sums Duo to Soldiers, Sailors, mid Other Claimants WJto Aro Ignorant of tho Fact Knowledge of Thoir Rights Deliberately "Withhold From Tlicin. Secretary Winilom yesterday sent to the Sen ate a communication In response to a resolution directing him to Inform the Senate whether there bo Hue claims ami accounts in his poses sion in favor of soldiers and sailors and others of the United States, of which thero is reason to beliovo them to bo in ignorance, and whether knowledge of such claims Is withheld from them by the Department. In answer to this resolution Secretary Wiudom cucloses com munications from the Second Auditor and the Comptrollers on tho subject. Tho Second Audi tor, iu his communication, says that he has no desire to conceal an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

jrTrtPjf,-?"- tr?p'fim?iWY8$Wfl!$W!l$' rHE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JULY 13, 1SQO. ALA ORY JJ OOOTTHXTT " m i tmmt OUF I The contract has been this city. given ou To avoid t, and the builder will begin on the 5th of August to tear down the front of our Mammoth Establishment in the dust and dirt from this improvement, we have determined to close out our entire stock AND Read t h YOUR GAIN! e Following List of Clearing Sale Prices MILLINEM. Ladies' and Misses' Sailor Hats or Yachts, sold every wlicro for 2oc; clearing snlo price, 9c. . . , Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for tlOc; clearing sale price, 15c. English Leghorn Hats, In all colors, sold formerly for 87c; clearing sale price, oc. 100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 48c, 59c, 03c, 73c. and 87c; clearing salo price, 25c. Whlto Leghorn Plats, sold formerly for $1.19; clcarlntr sale price. fiOc. Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, S:i, and 33.50; clearing sale price, S1.74. All Trimmed Hats...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

-t c O OP I PT'Hftft Mn ifH ht . . &'. ,& ......VvfW ...iM.liilliriHi aiiwi ... ;j 3-r&&..?A j ;s3atf&r-;ia $r -m - - rr y.ij vP3;rw 11 t -.:-v -v .cra.' t -r-ov fsJK&wurirKzsr&r,oy4imFbAsssirJsrJ&fi FgJEJscTas, jJrag.-vvsra'g.Nx-vg !- fsg'.ytw ywr-H g n j fsj' . r -Trr-"" -" - .- B z . iLiWfBM FilSEBSffiEHHHH yife- .iirai! BMr-iiniia - w TXiynmrarMzrtNim &s$0 mwa. y,AW,t.rMM -95ifiiig1&r. irr-r ""'" t litfmiiM.tilffis lACSx: A correspondent writes: "It Is alwaj-s the season nt Old Point Comfort. Other resorts have their time fade and die, but hero the sea son, like the brook, 'goes on forever.' A bril liant gorman was the winding-up delight of the Fourth of July festivities. It was Riven by the girls of the garrison and hotel, and was chaperoned by Mrs. James B. Pace, of Richmond; Mrs. Duncanson, of Washington, and Mrs. Warner Moore, of Richmond. Mr. Jackson, of Atlanta, led, dancing with Miss Bcttio Pace. Capt. Eaton. Mrs. Lieut. Wil liams, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

4: Tt-IK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 13. 180O. m.. :ir . Sbrfc SlTlTOC&n ftyCK&TWK iUrrhlq llrttionn1 Onirlligenw THr NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER MTABUSHfO 13C. THE SUNDAY HEflALO ESTASUSlCO UfM. any move, boyond commenting languidly when a week goes by without one. And no wonder. There have been five hangings In Birmingham sluco January. AFTER DINNER. (Snleiod at tho Tost Odlco at Washington, . C nsSocond-clnss Mutter. J. H. SOULB, A. T. HKNSKY, Proprietors The Czar of Russia cschows salt-water lug. Ills fear of tho serf Is hereditary. bath- Editorial ami Publication OJllcos, No. Tenth Street Northwest. 109 $30 ltEWAUl). "THE SUNDAY IIEUA!..!)" Is convinced that there Is an organized gang of paper thieves in this city, who follow its carriers around and take tho papers from the door stops. "Wo will pny a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of tlteso thieves. $30 REWARD. SPECIAL. NOTICE. Those of our patrons leaving the city Tor the summer months can have "The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

ffirr&M'WfflWM m&wMmwfxMmA ir vy-rffirr . wmm mwk v 3s5l - mmyAWts?" ;w? jpa$M'. e vjw smmMAwmm$z2Sj,mm?Nk .Mik. ;i' , -v sr :"W. . m "-".. i f IT WAS A CAPITAL GAME. THE WASHINGTONS DOWN TIIK NEAV. ARKS IN IlEAI.r.Y FINK STYIiK. Tho Attomlnnco, Howovor, Wns Siniill Good Prospects of a Potomac Nuvy Courtney Conchlng tho Columbian General Sporting: Noivs of tho "Wcolc. About threo hundred peoplo sat on tho 'benches at Capitol Park yesterday afternoon and watched a rather Interesting and enjoyable , game of ball, which resulted In a creditable victory for tho homo team through their excel lent base-running, timely hitting, and above all their judicious sacrificing when men were on tho bases. There were 6cven of these hits mado yesterday and all of them helped materially to make tho seven runs that tho Washingtons .secured. It was unquestionably tho best exhi bition of all-around playing tho team has given this year. Tho game was long drawn out and at times dragged. The Washing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

V CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for Tnn Sunday IIehald 20c. per mouth, delivered at your residence early Suu day moraine. Senate. The bill for tbc relief of Henry W. Freedley, late capt. 3d Inf. nud A. Q. M., has been repotted adversely. The joint resolution declaring tbc retirement of Capt. Charles B. Stivers valid, thus entitling bim to his pay as a retired ofllcer, has been reported without amendmeut, and a report submitted thereon. The Senate lias confirmed the nomination of Cicu. Batchcldcr to be Q. M. Gen. of the Army. An ndverse report has been submitted to the Senate on tbc joint resolution directing that names of sharpshooters aud mil. service insti tution medalists shall be inscribed in the Artnv Register. House The bill to remuster Capt. Frank Gray has been referred to the Com. on Mil. Affairs. Mr. Broslus presented a petition against in reasing the JS'nvy signed by numerous citizens crei of Pennsylvania. The bill for the relief of Capt. I. B. Webster has been repor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1S9D. LOOKING BACKWARD FOLK SOMKTIIING AHOUT "WHAT TUEY AKE DOING IN WASHINGTON. There Are Four ClulH II ore ami They Havo ii Good Many Members Tallcs "Willi Trailers Showing Whnt They Hope to Do. Ever since the novel presentation of old ideas by Bellamy, in "Looking Backward," like old wlno in a new bottle, there has been a cer tain electrical condition of the social atmos phere, which has been uuiversally felt and heard of, If not seen, hero as elsewhere, and which has resulted in the formation of several Nation alist clubs. No. 1 was organized about eighteen months ago, and has steadily grown in numbers and interest. ' Thero are three other clubs now In the field, each varying from the other in its degree of strength and activity. Tho larger proportion of their membership consists of Department employCs, although our pro fessional men are quite extensively repre sented. Of tho four clubs In tho District but ono should bo designated by number, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1S90. OFFICER DEAN ACQUITTED. J ml ec Sillier Puts Asldo ns "Worthless Most of the Krlilcnco Against II I m. The trlnl of Officer Kiohard Dean, of the police force, 'which occupied the attention of Judge Miller during almost tho wholo of last week, was finished yesterday. The testimony for the prosecution was very conflicting, the witnesses contradicting one another on the mo6t important points at issue. The case was one brought about by agitation among the col ored people over an alleged brutal assault by Officer Dean on a prisoner named Samuel Hut chinson, whom he arrested for disorderly con duct. Hutchinson resisted arrest, broke away from the officer, and ran. When recaptured he attempted to assault the officer. The leading testimony was nlven bv Bishop Johnson, the Rev. Dr. Gaines, Treacher Loaues, and a number of other colored residents of tho neighborhood where the affair occurred. Many of these witnesses did not seem to understand that the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

Trfff-tKy ,rNlNit Jtarir 3$lklig aiitfrntl ntlli$mzx! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JULY 13.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 A !f!i MISS JANIE P. M'CAULEY. THE WINNER. OUR MOST POPULAR TEACHER. "Herald" Headers Tote the European Trip to Miss Janie P. McCauley. She Receives a Total of 8,110 Totes in the Grand Contest. ME. JOHN T. FREEMAN A YERY CLOSE SECOND. His Popularity Shown by a Handsome Total of 7,753 Votes. A GRAND TOTAL OF 27,000 BALLOTS CAST. If "The Herald" Were Issued Daily the Total Vote Would Have Been 296,746. AS SHOWN BY ACTUAL COUNT AND NO GUESSWORK. The Winner Also Gets a Fine Gold Watch and a Suburban Lot. A. SPL.JSND1I) SHOWING JTOTt THE CONTESTANTS AND "TI-IJH STJNJOA.Y JIDETtAJLD." Mies Janie P. McCauley, of the Greeuleaf School, Fourth Division, in the southwest sec tion of the city, has heen voted the most popu lar teacher in the District of Columbia by the readers of Tub Sunday Heuald. Out of a total of neatly 27,000 votes cast during the eight weeks' polling, Miss McCauley reached th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY13, 1S90. i& i- HU i T fmry Through its exceptional railroad facilities, A $35,000 Hotel Will Be Erected at Once. YANH OE" Is placed within minimum haul of the enor mous "Gossan Iron Ore ot Carroll County ami the World Famous Liraonitc and Mountain Ores of the Cripplo Creek Valley; and is also within easy haul of the celebrated Pocahontas and Tlat-Top Coal and Coke Fields. IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES Already being operated within the town. The No. i Furnace Of the New River Mineral Company is already in successful operation, while the IVANHOE IRON CO., Under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of the Mott Haven Iron Works, of New York, has been organized for the purpose of erecting another furnace of large capacity. THE EXTENSIVE MINES Of the Now River Mineral Company, adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a large number of men. The "Ivanhoe Zinc Co.," With a Capital of $500,000, has purchased im mense deposits of valuable Zinc O...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

ahUr THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, TULY 13, 1890. 11 1 -t taf 'm&TTiDuttt t ""Jt y maMB&xrifir&j'&'K9'M vm IIOP1D FOR THE BALD. Trcntmont of a Gornuin Fliyslclnn who linn Roiniirknblo Success. From the N. Y. Medical Journal. Tho treatment recommended by Lassnr, of Berlin, for nlopecia pltyrodcs and alopecia areata lias been attended with some brilliant re sults. According to Dr. Graetzcr's article in the Thcmpcutischc Momttschrift, but few cases resist the treatment, and after a few applica tions tho downy sprouts may bo seen. Tho fol lowing procedure is to be repeated daily: 1. Tho scalp should bo lathered well with a strong tar soap for ten minutes. 2. This lather is to bo removed with luke warm water, followed by colder water in abund ance; then tho scalp is to bo dried. 3. A solution of bichloride of mercury, 1 to 000, tho menstruum being equal parts of water, glycerine, and cologne or alcohol, is to be rubbed on. 4. Tho scalp is then rubbed dry with n solu tion con...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, TULY 13. 1S90. 12 OUR SCARCE AMUSEMENTS. Tfli: IlliVIVAIi OF GILUKUT AND SUr JilVAN'S AVOIIKS AT ALAUGH'S. "l'nUciico" Is tho Next on the Tist for This Wcok Tlio Audiences Continue Largo Yhnt tho Thentrlcnl rcoplc arc Doing and Plnnnlng for Next Season. "Pinafore" appealed last week for n remnant of its old-time popularity at Albaugh's. Many people turned out to extend a cordial greeting to their resurrected friend, butnlnsl the Lamont Opera Company, through whose instrumentality the rejuvenation was to have occurred, mado sad havoc with its respected memory, and last night laid away the mutilated fragments or the week's work with what must have been a nang of remorse at so wanton a desecration. Alter the success which has attended most of the com pany's productions here this summer it was nat ural to expect that the familiar music and lines of "Pinafore" would bo Riven with something reminiscent of the best presentations during its popular run some years ...

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

f I THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUkY 13, 1890. 13 THE OFFICIAL COUNT. liKSULT IX DETAIL OV THE CONTEST Ji"OK THE EUUOPEAN TOUK. A Complete List of tho Tonchors "Who Wore Voted For anil tlio Votes Which They Hud Kucclvccl When tlio Polls Closod on Tuostlny. Following will bo found a complete list of those who were voted for In Tin: Heiuld's contest for a free vacation tour of Europe for the teacher in tho Washington pchools who re ceived the greatest number of ballots, with the vote which they had received at tho time' at which the polls closed, 5 P. M., Tuesday, July 8. Tho ballots cast for each candidate wero carefully counted and verified by a commlttco of six well-known gentlemen, who afterward certified to the correctness of tho count, as will be seen below: Allen, Miss Belle.......... j) Anderson, Miss Marlon W o Austiu.Miss M.J 4 Aukward, Miss Mary 150 Armstrong, Miss B.J o Allen, MiBsC.V..... 1 Bevard. Miss Knte H 2,141 Burgess, Miss M.E... 1 Beckham, Miss Blancho Bradloy.Miss...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JULY 13, 1890. NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT GOETII ON AMONG THE 13IIETH KEN OF THE SECRET SOCIETIES. Scottish into Masons rrormrlnR for tho Coming Sssslon of tho Supremo Council Odd Follow, ltcchnblte, Golilon Cross. nnd Independent Mochnnlcs Items. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 14th; National No. 12, Tuesday, 15th; Washineton Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 10th; La Fayette No. 19, Tliursday, 17th: Lebanon No. 7, Friday, ISth. A. A. S. . Sauctuarv, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 10th; Blue Room: Armlnius No. 25, Monday, 14th; Colum bia No. 3. Wednesday, lGth. Masonic Hall. Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, ISth. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 17th. Brightwood Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 14th. fioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 14th; Columbia N...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAYJULY13, 189Q. 15 THAT WALK THROUGH THE WHEAT. From Good Words. Together wo walked In tlio evening time, Above us the sky spread poldcu clear, And ho bent his head nud looked In my eyes, As If he held mo or all most dear, Ob, it was sweet In tho evening time 1 And our pathway went through fields of wheat; Narrow that path and rough tho way, nut ho wa3 near, and the birds sang true, And the stars came out In the twilight gray. Oh, It wa3 sweet in tho evening time! Soltly he spoko of tho days long past, Soltly of blessed days to be; Closo lo his arms, and closer I pressed, Tho corn-field path was Kdcn to me. Oh, it was sweet in the evening time 1 Grayer the twilight grew, and grayer still, Tho rooks Hltted home through tho purple shade, The nightingales sang where the thorns stood high, As I walked with him In the woodland glade. Oh, It was sweet in tho evening tlmo 1 And tho latest gleams of daylight died; My hand In his enroldcd lay; Wo swept the dew from the...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 July 1890

TI-JK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY IS, 1S90, 16 The Finest Cliemieal Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. 0., 1S6S. 3' SSrtJf Jt IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. X F LA JUI A T WX. DYSPEPSIA, IXDIGESTIOX, CAT A HK11. WEAK AXD SOEE EYES, SOKE TUB OAT. CI10 L EBA JZ OBB US . HEADACHE. C1I0LEBA IXEAXTUJI. GOVT. SKIX DISEASES, CITBOXIC EI A UBIICEA . ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CEAJIJPS, BILIOUS COLIC. BAD BOWELS. -JELEiJJD 7VrKCLT TiOIiE! IPEOILiE SAYs Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. Vrom the use nml well sustained reputation ot PKOFESSOU T. A. COOK'S HALM OF LIVE, we deem it due lis worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its elllcacy: D. K. CAltTTKH, Chief Justice. AUTltUH MacAKTHUK, Associate Justice. A. H. 0L1X. Associate Justice. ANDREW WYL1E, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. E. J. MEIGS, Clerk of the C...

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