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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

I io CONGRESSIONAD COLD TEA'.: HOW IT IS SKKVEO AT T'YlK CAPITOI. NOWADAYS. Spender Jtccil's Prohibition Orilor i lMck wlcklan Affair "Whisky In n Cup With Soltxcron thoSlilc-Thc Kvlctlon of tho Apple Women nnil tho Curiosity Von dor of tho Gnpltol and How Thoy Aro Stuped. In the record ot tho present session 01 Confrrcss the removal from tho Capitol or tho plo woman, the curiosity woman, tho apple and clear stands, tho news stands, and tho huckstrlos generally must tnkc a prominent place. Nothing In the wayotashop'keepInK buBlnes now remains In the Capitol building but the two restaurants, one in tho Houso and tho other In tho Senate wing of the building. Theapploaud pie stand Is no more. Clara Morris's collection ot photographs and cu riosities no longer stands In tho nlcho where for years and years the tourist has been able to pur chase Tor a few cents some curious and Instruc tive souvenir ot tho Capitol. Thowholo brood of squatters has boon evicted by order or Speaker lteed. Tb...

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 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

:n;?yw?;Ttf$IIFw-' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. TULY'27, 1SOG.- 11 ff . V, Through its exceptional railroad facilities, "IVMHOE" Ib plncetl within minimum haul dr tho enor mous "Gossnu Iron Ore of Carroll County anil tho World Famous Llmonlto and Mountain Ores of tho Cripplo Crc6k Valley', and is also within easy haul ot tho celebrated Pocahontas and Flat-Top Coal and CoUo Fields. IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES Already being operated within the town. The No. 1 Furnace Of the New River 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 New York, has been organized for tho purpose of erecting another furnace of large capacity. THE EXTENSIVE MINES Of tho New River Mineral Company, adjoining the town, aro already giving employment to a largo number of men. Tho "Ivanhoc Zinc Co.," With a Capital of $500,000, has purchased im mense deposits of valuable Zinc Ores, which they arc now developi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

i . is THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1890. IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO. WHY HOT BE HAPPY BY USING v N1 xlT. I .TcSK r j&mi&m MUSS. ft V 1 ,ilL i irrn tvMgaK BALM J Tlie Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. iT..7" T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. IN FLAM MA TION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CAT A RliH. Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA M ORB US, JIB AD AC HE. CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIA URHCEA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAJ BOWELS. dwiim.iwwnMwiwjwjnwAuifljBWijafiaiiJBUju;ii wmimiww imam tm mjLwiLuwtiiMimiufviT"iww JFOSIjID WHAT HIi3E3I3B PEOPLE &AT5T From the use and well sustained reputation ot PROFESSOR 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. CAUTTEU, Chief Justice. A...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

pie Jtarfr WLwklig &tiizwl lttillgmctf VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON. STJN!DA.Y, A.UGUST 3, 1S90. 12 PAGES. NO. SO PROTESTS OF THE PEOPLE. THIS FEDERAL ELECTION IIIIjIi KOUNDLY DENOUNCKI). Ex-Prosldont Cleveland, Ex-Sonator Thur niun, Sonntor-Klcct llrlce, nml Other StateHiiicn Express Tholr Aversion for This "Villainous Moafmro." CoLUMUUri, Onio, Aug. 2. A meeting of the 'Thurman Club, to protest against the Federal Elections bill, was heldat'tho cast front of the Capitol this evening. Thero were about 1,500 people present. It was expected that Judge Thurman would prcsido and mako a brief speech, but when the committee called to escort him to the meeting ho presented them with a letter to bo rend which contained his regrets and the information that sickness alone prevented him from fulfilling his promise. Ho wrote briefly denunciatory of the bill and its provisions, and hoped to be able to say -sotnethlmr more at length at another time, though he expressed the opinion that the meas ure ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

KING'S PALACE, 812-814 COMPULSORY CLEARING REBUILDING The contract has been given out, and the builder will begin it with one of the Handsomest Fronts in this city. To avoid AT AN MILLINEEY. Ladles' nod Misses' Sailor Hats or Yachts, sold everywhere for 2oc; clearing sale price, 0c. Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for 30c; clearing sale price, 15c. English Leghorn Hats, In all colors, sold formerly for 87c; clearing sale price, 25c. 100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 48c, 59c, Ec, 75c, and 87c; clearing sale price, 25c. White Leghorn Flats, sold formerly for $1.10: clearing sale price. C9c Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, S3, and S3.50; clearing sale price, S1.74. All Trimmed Hate at half their value. UMBREIiL AS and PARASOLS. King's Falaco guarantees all Umbrellas not to SPLIT or FADE for one year. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 24 and 20 Inches, at CSc. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 6 inches, mourning handles, at $1.24. A very line Silk Umbrella, asso...

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

i : i ' Tho President and bis family nre passlnc tho days In quiet enjoyment at Capo May Point. Tho Waunmnkers aro at their cottage at Capo May, where they will probably remain during the stay of tho President's family. Secretary Blaine, accompanied by Mr. Emmons Blaine, reached Cape May Friday, and will spend some days at Congress Hall. Secretary wlndom is at Newport, where he went to attend tho re gatta. Mrs. Wlndom remains at her Massa- chusetts-avenuo residence. These are gala days at Bar Ilarbor, inaugu rated by tbo receut arrival of tho war ships Bal timore, Dolphin, Kcarsarge, and Petrel. Last week Mrs. Barney, of K street, gave at her lovely Bar Harbor villa, Ban-y-Byrn, one of the most beautiful entertainments imaginable. The 6cene in the "house beautiful" waslltcrally one of "couleur de rose," masses of wild roses adorned the rooms, and tho numberless tapers were capped with rose-colored shades. In this softly glowing light tho very finest and most delicate effect was give...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

TH'E SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 3. 1S9Q. -:. .Tii i ti AND illcfltlij Jlttiiono' SiiiciHgcnccc. THF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1600. THE SUNDAY HERALD EfiTAOUSMED 1865. Entered at the Post Olllce at Washington, I). On nn Sooonil-class Matter. J. H. SOTJLK Proprietors. A. T. HENSEY Rdltorlnl and Publication Offlcos, No. 409 Ton tli Street North-west. $30 ItEAVARD. 'THE SUNDAY HEKALD" Is convinced that thoro Is an organized enneof paper tlilevcs In this city, who follow Its carriers around and talto the papers from tho door steps. Wo will pay n reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of these thieves. $30 REWARD. SPEOIAIj NOTICE. Those of our pntrons leaving the city for the summer months can have "The Herald." sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this olllce. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct uy leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1890. A VICTORY AND A DEFEAT. KKSUL.TOK YESTERDAY'S TWO OAMKS WITH TIIK L.EISANONS. Ted Sullivan Will Try to Keep the Clul Together to the End of tho Sonson Wluit the Oarsmen and the Athletes Are UoIiik. Tho WnoliltiKtonp. under tho temporary man agement or Ted Sullivan, nluyed two games yos terdny nftornoon nt Cnpltol Park, wlnnlnir one und loslnit one. The Lebanon Club was their opponent, und Manager Hundnll. of Unit club, generously agreed to accept only ono imaranteo Tor both contcste, in order to help tho players of the homo tenm out In their llnanclnl distress. There woro about 700 pcoplo present at tho con tests, and they saw two well-plnyed gnmoe, tho Washlngtons winning the first In creditable stylo. Tho visitors showed up well and gnvo abundant evidence that they aro a likely set of ball players, and ns soon us they settle down and learn tho company thoy aro In they will gtvo n good account of themselves. In tho ilrst inning Phillips on...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senate. Tho following pension bills liavo been passed: II. It. 1200, iucreasiiitr the pension of Mrs. Henrietta O. Whiltnkcr, widow of Gen. AV. C. Wliitakcr, to $100 a month; is. 3003, in- sion of Cornelia 15. Chandler, widow of the lato Hear Adm. Ralph Chaudler, from $30 to $50 per month: S. 31S3, increasing the pension of Amanda M. Smyth, widow of the late Brig. Gen. T. A. Smyth, from $30 to $50: S. 3257, granting a pension of $2,000 a year to Mrs. Mary Crook, widow of lato Maj. Gen. Crook; S. 4233, grant ing a pension of $2,000 per vear to Mrs. Jessie Ucnton Fremont, widow of late Maj. Gen. J. C. Fremont: S. 3711, granting a pension of $2,000 per year to Ellen M. McClellan, widow of late Maj. Gen. G. C. McClellan; S. 3S1G, granting a pension of $o0 per mouth to Margaret D. Mar chand, widow of late Comnio. J. li. Marchand. The President has uomiuated Lt. 13. T. Wall ing to be a lt. iu the Navy, dating from March 5, 1S90. Mr. Hawley introduced a joint reso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1890. GOOD-BYE TO MISS LAMONT. A MKMOIIAUTjK MENMKIT PJKIIFOHM ANOE AT AMlAUGrrS. OormIp nf tho Woolt In Aiiiiiacincnt Cir cles A Shabby Trick on tlio Mnrlno liiiml and It Louder Tlio Forthcom ing SciiHiin lit Kerimn'. MIbs Lnmont had good reason to lie proud last Monday evening on tlio occuslon of tlio benefit tendered her at Albuugh's Grand Opera House. Such u crowd 1 Tlio capacity of tho biff houso had never before been so fully tested, and the enle of standing room was stopped only when the limit of safety permitted by the building In spector had been reached, and ovon then many were left clamoring outsldo for admission. Tlio nudlcnco was a truly representative one, and filled the orchestra and peanut nailery alike. Tlio sight of so largo n number oC ladles in the upper gallery reminded ono or tho attendance on grand opera. Thoso who wcro fortunate enough to get In atoll woro glad to secure seats any where, und everybody seemed happy, llchlnd...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. AUGUST 3, 1SQO. ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM CUNNING WAYS IN "WHICH ARTICI.KS OF KOOH AltK COUNTBRFJSITEIJ. ChotnlHt Crampton Discover n Coflco llerry Thnt Is IMndo of Paste Cinnn jiioii That Was Manufactured by Grind ing Up Old Clgnr Hoxcr. The matter of food adulteration h.wlng been Brought to the attention of Congress, the extent of the practice is being evinced by the largo number of petitions for legislation to suppress it which have been presented to that body. In the Dlstrictcomplalnts of food adulteration arc occasionally heard, but owing to a defect in the phraseolocy of the bill prohibiting such adulteration prosecutions arc seldom under taken, and theu only upon the clearest evidence that tho adulteration was made in tho District, with the knowledges and criminal intention of the seller, and that tho 6alo was effected within the District. Without these assurances tho District Attorney refuses to take up such cases, and in consequence there arc few c...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

lie Hmtutai Jl,$r& WH&hlig ikti&ti&l ttlliwcx! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. AUGUST 3, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12 AN EXTLE FROM COREA. IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS. THl! KOMANTIO AND ADVENTUKOU8 CAREER Ol rOM KWANO SAM. LIEUT. LONG ENTHUSIASTIC OVER THE RESULTS OF THE ENCAMPMENT. ..At Twcntv-tlirco Ho RoRnn the Work of Reforming and Civilizing Hi Country, Rut Was Quickly Driven Into "Kxllo An Interesting Talk About a Strati Re Ianl. Mr. Pom Kwang Sah is a martyr to tho cause o civilization. He has been an cxllo from his native land for over six years, but In a neatly furnlslieil room on Eleventh street, surrounded by many little luxuries, and with a wardrobe of rsorno extent and considerable elegance, he seems to bo malting the best of his martyrdom. Mr. Sah Is a Corean, scion of a noble family In that kingdom, and has enjoyed the trials and triumphs generally furnished by even a brief residence on this mundane sphere, whoro he has been for thirty years. Ho has been In America tho last six y...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

io THEiSUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1890. OUR MERCHANT MARINE. THE GREAT VR01II.KAC OF RESTORING ITS OI.D.TIME ritOSPERITY. Abolishment of Consular Jb'cc nml Moro Rntinnnt Navigation Lawn W1U Io Moro Thnn Subsidies Tho Fnlluro of Subsidies in (ho Pnt. Senate bill 373S to place the American mer chant marine engaged In the foreign trade upon an equality with that of other nations has passed the Ssnnte and will soon come up In the House. Notwithstanding the able efforts of statesmen the great problem of a revival of our commerce has not yet found legislative solution. The problem is a most difficult one, and involves the restoration and maintenance of a commer cial marine adequate to the shipping Interests of this country. At present our malls, our freights, and our passengers cross the ocean under foreign Hags at an annual cost of moro than two hundred millions of dollars that goes to enrich our rivals; whereas this country has a vital interest In the carrying trade, and every dol...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

r -r mfwtm w r3 srfwr M.wwuuwiwwWwlWWHIift " THESUNDAY HERALD. SUISIDA.Y. AUGUST 3,1890. 11 SAILING HOME AGAIN. "UAH" FLITS lmOM 8 HO UK TO SHOHI2 AND 1'KATTtiKS ON THE WAY. Fun on Shlpbonril Wlton Lovely Woman 1'rovurlcnten At nn Oconn Concert A I'uturo Prima Donna llrlnijlng Homo 1'rcHontH Wlint to Take Abroad If You Oo. Special Correspondence of Sunday IlEitAi.o. On Uoaui) Ship. Wo havo Just been saying good-bye, wo being Chum und mo, (Is that ituod grammar?) to tho shores wo bo gladly welcomed about Ave weeks auo. Isnld It with tears, lie said It with u short, snappy bark, that suggested a curtgood-byo to the lutid whero they know how to roast us well ns to broil, and whero milk docs havo cream on it. I bedowed Chum with my tears, ho being tho only masculine person on whom I had a right to weep, and I hnvo nlwnys claimed that whenever you want to relievo yourseir by a good cry you do not wish to reposo upon anything feminine. Chum has looked at my briny teurs and felt sorry for ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AXJGTJSl" 3, 1890. 12 IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE? IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING PROF. COOK ALM OF L1F E The Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, B. C, 1868. T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION. DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CAT J JZllJI, WE Alt AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKTN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIAURJICEA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From tbo use anil wull sustained reputation of PltOFESSOR 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. CARTTElt, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE. Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk of tho Court. R. J. MEIGS,...

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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

tr-f -nr-c-"V ;'" fPHHH Pv iV B' & HHmg feismstl IttiUgttJC. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, A.TJGTJST lO, 18QO.-12 PAGES. NO.21 ALL ABOARD FOR BOSTON. TWO TKAIN LOADS OK VKTEUANS IiKFT HKKE LAST NIGHT. T!io President Sets Snil From Now York on tho White Cruiser Itultlmorc More Vet erans to Leave Washington for ISoston Tills Morning. Tho vicinity of the Baltimore and Potomac Depot was tho scene of many lively Incidents last night about tho hour of doparturo of tho first detachment of G. A. H. men for tho great encampment at Boston this week. Everything was bustle, and tho long lino of sleeping coaches wcro brilliantly illuminated by the members of tho Woman's Relief Corps, who on this trip will form one of tho most Important features of tho encampment. " About 11 o'clock John A. Rawlings Post No. 1, under command of Post Commander II. G. Taber, and Kit Car sou Post No. 2, under command of Senior Commander A. Hart, headed by tho full drum and fife corps of the National Guard Band, m...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

rHE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY. AUGUST 10, 1S90. 14 7th W9KBIS nlwDI BttBWnCTmMWI IMBDi BBBBHBV VB HKWflHBSHM OKT OOOTTiTSTT o St. R T h 1 ill 1 I B I 1 m. Ti B Isesnni VrmssP sb w Iwiiiihi mumW H H 11 H ENTIRE ST MILLINERY. Ladles' and Misses' Sailor Hats or Yachts, sold everywhere for 25c.; clearing sale price, Oc. Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for 30c; clearing sale price, 15c. English Leghorn Hats, in all colors, sold formerly for8c.; 'clearing sale price, 25c. 100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 48c, 59c, (i'.'c, 75c. and S7c; clearing salo price, 25c. White Leghorn Flats, sold formerly for $1.19; clearing sale price. G9c. Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for 32.25, 82.50, $2.75, S3, and $3.50; clearing salo price, S1.7L All Trimmed Hats at half their value. UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS. King's Palace guarantees all Umbrellas not to SPLIT or FADE for one year. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 24 and 2ti inches, at 08c. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 20 inches, mourning handles, at S1.24...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

THE; STJNIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 10. 1SQO. iWfchlq ilniionn' Sirielliscnccr. thf National intelligencer ESTAEUSHM ISOCk THE SUNDAY HERALD filtered ftt. tln Post Ofllcn nt Washington, 1. O.. s Soooml-clnM Htnttor. Jf. A, II. SOUIiK, T. M1SNSKY. .Vroprlotors. Kdltorlnl nnd Pnbllcntlon Office, No. 400 Tonth Street JJorthwent. $!10 HE"VAltl. THK SUNDAY UERAID" Li convinced thnt thoro is an organized Kunuof paper thlovcs In this city, -who follow Its carriers around nnd tnleo tlio pnpers from tho door steps. "Wo will pay a roward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of thoso thieves. $S0 REWARD. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those of our patrons leaving the city i'or the summer months can have "The Herald" sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this oilicc. 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 newstiuul, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers will confor a favor by notify ing t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1SQO. FOR GLEASON'S BENEFIT. COLUMBIA HOYS PLAY A LIVELY GAMF. WITH TIIK WASHINGTONS. Gonoral Now or tho Week Amonp Iooal Athletes anil Oarsmen Tho Growlnjr KnRofnr IJoutliiK mutated Very l'opti Inr With tho Fotoinno JJoys Tho llnso Itnll Crista. A very interesting gamo of ball was played yesterday between tho Columbia Athletic Club and tho professional Washington team of tho Atlantic League for tho benefit ot "Urudder Bill" Gleason. Quito a neat sum was realized, as tho gamo was well nttonded, and Mr. Gleason can well feel proud of. tho finttcring at tention bestowed upon hltn In recognition of bis good work on tho lately defunct Washing ton team. The gamo abounded in brilliant plays, and was hotly contested from start to llnlsh. It was anybody's gamo until tho last man was out. Tho gamo resulted in a victory for tho Columbia Athletic Club by a scoro of 8 to 7. Tho pitching of Keyworth and tho timely hitting of tho Columbia Club, aided by their...

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