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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

1 ' , i i I CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE Senate. Tho bill (S. R. US) to permit Lt. II. C. Corbin, t S. A., to accept a. position In the World's Columbian Exposition was passed. The bill (11. Res. 10S) to permit Cant. G. V. Davis to accept a position In the Nicaragua Canal Construction Uo. has been signed by the President of tbc Senate and by the'Speaker of the House. The Senate has passed a resolution that (the House concurring) Congress desires the removal of Gen. Grant's remains to Arlington Natloual Cemetery. The Senate has passed the joint resolution (II. Res. 144) accepting a statue of Gen. Grant from the National Encampment of the G. A. R., with the amendment that the statue be placed "in the Capitol," instead of specifyinc: its loca tion in Memorial Hall, as in the original resolu tion. The President has sent the following nomi nations to the Senate: Lt. Col. T. M. Vincent, Asst. Adjt. Gen., to be col. and Asst. Adjt. Gen.; Maj. Merritt Barber, Asst. Adjt. Gen., to be lt. col. an...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD,SUNDAY,AUGUST10,1890. THEATRICAL NEW YEAH. IT HAS OPENED IN NEW YORK AND WILIi SOON OPEN HERE. There Will Not lie Mnny High Novelties, l!ut Plenty or flood Attractions Of TIiuho Our Tiocnl Mnnugcrs Ilnvo Se cured tlio Best for the Coming Season. The new thootilcal year hns already opened In New York. It begins unusually early, prob ably because tbe managers wish to make up by Its length what It seems likely that it will lack In novelties. As far as can bo judged from the list of companies, dramatic and musical, that have been orcanlzcd, the coming season will bo as devoid of real novelties as was tho last. It seems p'robablo that tho decline iu melo drama will continue and that fower of this class of plays will bo offered tho public than for many years. There will bo about the same quantity of light opera and opera bouffc, but the outlook in tho hichor classes of opera is rather uncertain. Of comedy and farce-comedy thero will bo no end, and musical burlesque or ga...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

THE; SUNDAY HE'ftALD, SUNDAY, AUGUSTIO, 1S90. WITH BLOODY HISTORIES A GHASTLY COLLECTION OF WEAPONS AT POLICE HUADQUAllTGKS, l'lstols, Knives, Razors, Illmlgcon, HrnsB Knuckles, nnil Other Instruments Thnt Have Rcon Usort In Deeds oflllooaiuul Crlme-WhntShnUho Done With Them? On tho enst wall in the room of the Superin tendent of Police at Fifth anil D streets is fastened a handsome "walnut cabinet. This cabinet contains a unique collection of reTol vers, jimmies, brass knuckles, slung shots, and other weapons, which hare figured as evidence in noted criminal trials in the courts of the city. The collection is tho work of Mr. Richard Syl vester, Chief Clerk of the Metropolitan Police. He has been making it for eight years. At tached to each of the articles in the cabinet Is a small tag, with a number corresponding to notes in a book, where can bo found the more impor tant details In tho history of each. Mr. Sylvester considers the collection com plete with but one notable exception....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

JVtifr 38fffcfcklg Wr'&ti&wxl ntlli$in7exi ESTABLISHED 1SOO. AUGUST lO, 1S90. PA-GrES 9 TO 12 A WORLD-WIDE GRAZE. CABLE ROAD ACCIDENTS. MEN, WOMEN. AND OHILDKEN WHO COILECT POSTAGE STAMPS. THEItE HAVE BEEN EIGHTEEN OF rHKJI SINCE THE CAIir.K STARTUP. fip iU . . . J One Collection in This City Valued nt $15,000 nml Mnny That Arc Worth Thousands Stnmps For Which Bifr Sums Are raid. "Tho craze for collecting postage stamps Is Increasing all tho tlmo," said Mr. C. F. Roth fuchs, a well-known Washington dealer In for eign and domestic stamps. Mr. Rotlif uchs baa a neat little store on the Avenue, a few doors below Four-and-a-half street, and is the only dealer in this class of goods in the city. "Arc there many collectors of stamps in tho city ? "I suppose in all there arc over four hun dred. They range in age from six years old up to over eighty. One of my customers, quite an ardent collector, is a lady who lives on C street, and is eighty-six years old. A number of clerks in th...

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

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST IO. 1890. BAB'S MIDSUMMER OIIAT. WHAT SIIK riN'DS IN' XKW JKKSKY'S SWELL CITY 11Y THK SKA. TlmrrincoofWnlcsniHltlicClinrmltiBl.onB llrnuch Girl Heading Algernon Swin burne tho Great ami Abhorring Scandal Kasy to lie Pious on $10,000 a Year. Special Correspondence of Sunday Hehai.d.1 Wkst End, Lono Huanch, Augusts. She's uere. She's been everywhere. Hut lior latest stntcment consists in telling what tho Prince of Wales said when ho gave her his photo, graph. She is tho most clmrmlng little well, call iftarradlddler" that ever oxisted, and you wonder, with a wonder that never ceases, how a muslin frock and a simple, Innocent-looking hat cau adorn such a dainty villain. Sho sits In ging ham and flirts In muslin; sheputsup a gold lorg nette to "down" people whoso gowns are not just what she approves of, and she tells you quite frankly that as sho cannot have the kind or trap she wants she declines any at all. This is tho summer girl at her best. Sho ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

Tf-m SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1890. 11 r TH1D SWEET Glllli GRADUATE. Sho him wrestled with tho sages of tho dim his toric ages, sho has studied declamation from Demosthenes to IJurkc; She has sounded Schopenhauer and boon under Dante's power, and can giggle in all lan guages from English down to Turk. Sho cau argue in the iBtns, knows tho history or schisms, and will go way back to Adam to elucidate her views; Sho can bring up illustrations she's obtained from diverse nations on tho somewhat strained relations of tho Christians and the Jews- from old Socrates to Sponsor she has read and read, and henco her Intellectual adornments aro a wonder to bo seen; In tho angles she's a terror, and in art sho makes no error, and sho knows tho mental valuo ot the hackneyed Boston bean. Sho can show that old man Pliny was In somo respects a ninny: Bho has sneered at Archi medes and brought Tacitus to task; Sho's revised the laws of Solon, knows the valuo of a colon, and can calculate th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 10 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. AXJOUST 10, 1S90. 12 IF SO, WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING YOUR 4 S, , ri BrS' ntll8Wf2;flEW sa MNrr IfiRyifiHBslK T. A. COOK. Tlie Finest Chemical Pi'eparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1 868. ttetxxxcxx cttirjessss T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, BYSFEJPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHCEA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. unnMiiimi 3e:hsjl:d "vioi.lt ttseem DEsosiijias atst Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Oourt Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From the use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR 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. CAllTTEll, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUH, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW AVYLIE, Associate Justice. . . DAVI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

Wkt Stttlikilf Jnft WLkl H&tixm&l xxklli&nvK VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, AUGUST17.1890.-12 PAGES. NO.22 TOO MUCH FOR MR. HINE. nis uations with cor,, kobert AT LAST BECOME UNBEABABM. The Crisis llcoly to tend to Somo Sort of a ICoform In tho District Commission Candidates Spoken of for tho Vacant Place. On Wednesday evening Commissioner IHno drove to the Executive Mansion and handing a letter to tho clerk In charge requested that tho l'resldont should receive It as soon a's ho re turned from Boston. Tho letter contained Mr. Htnc's resignation, and when tho fact became known It caused a good deal of a sensation. The causes that led to Mr. nine's act were discussed freely around town. They were gen erally understood to be Col. Robert's assump tion "of duties allotted by vote to Commissioner Hlue, an assumption that tho latter Commis sioner disputed from the outset. In tho pre liminary squabbles that took placo Commis sioner DouglaB sided with Commissioner Illne, but In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

THE: SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, AUGUST 17. 1S90. ALA lbn 020" ACCOUNT CXE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE DISPOSED OF Read th MILLINERY. 0ST e FoJIowin g List of Clearing Sale P GAIN! rices BEY GOODS. Ladles' aud Misses' Sailor Hats or Yachts, sold everywhere for JJoc; clcarinir sale price, Dc. Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for 30c; clearing sale price, 13c. English Leghorn Hats, in all colors, sold formerly for 87c.; clearing salo price, Soc. 100 dozen flats that sold formerly for 37c, 48c, 59c, C'-'c, 75c. aud 87c; clearing sulo price, 25c. White Lejrhorn Flats, sold formerly for S1.19: cleariujr sale price. C9c Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for 32.23, $2.50, S2.73, S'J, and SX50; clearing sale price, S1.74. All Trimmed Hats at half their value. UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS. Kinu's Palace guarantees all Umbrellas not to SPLIT or FADE for one year. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 24 and 20 inches, at 9Sc Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 20 inches, mourning handles, at $1.24. A very fine Silk Umbrella, ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

to- .. i- -?fr 1 V .llir...Wnllirw,,,Ji Ml mmtem jFmmmgMEm la i aa'zmmMEmmm )KJXmmm?: mmwzszm iwiAmr.e&w:i-x wiWMMmmfmrmmmmmmiMmiT ..,sn,"rtiififlif mwwmmw a wrtiffl &immm6&imm'sz3 l' riJLW-flMjMtt.WU'ZW J-O. Mti'H.'I'UrxYiYlfSf'. M n KfAUmW M4'U4ttlTCroftff,l VMHtin1 XSHtSS-HJ&S'M''J,SWACiil--' (A IW W fAf " -J"T(T Yw: I WJ ' rrfc .-- ( li.. I f3 ii. Mrs. Harrison Is very enthusiastic In liar ml miration for Allda Vnroim's volco. Slio rocontly gavo a inuslcolo at licr Cono May Point cottage for tho purpose of having her family and friends enjoy Ynrcna's delightful singing. This young lady is tlio daughter of Mrs. .J. A. Myers, of tho Brcxton Villa, Capo May, and formerly of tho Braxton, Baltimore, licr stago name, Allda A'arcna, was suggested by Marchcsl. under whom Miss Ida Myers (Allda arena) studied for eight years. Having completed her musical educa tion, she returned to this country with high hopes of making her mark as a prima donna. Unfortunately she lucks th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 17. 18QO. lUcchhj ilntionn SmklUQcnccr the National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1600. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED I3CS Entered nt the Tost Offlco nt Washington, D. O.. as Socoud-cl ass Matter . J. H. SOUIii: .Proprietors. A. T. HKNSEY Editorial imhI Publication Ofllcos, No. 409 Tonth Street Northwest. $30 IIEAVA11D. THK SUNDAY HEnALD" Is convinced that there Is an organized gang of paper thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers around and tafco the papers from the door stops. "Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of these thieves. $30 REWARD. SPEOIAIj NOTICE. Those or our pntrons leaving tho city for the summer months can hnvc 'The Herald." sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this ofllce. Our patrons living on the line ol the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers will confer a favor by notify...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1890. OUT-DOOR SPOUTS. THE INCREASING INTEREST IN Sl'OHTS ON THE RIVER. No Jloro Hope or iv I'otomne Regatta Ap pnrontly Tho Tnlk About a RrooUlyn Huso Bull Tenm Coming JJoro General Sportlnir Mutters. Tho renewed popularity of rowing was shown Friday afternoon, when tho second regatta of tho Potomac Club took place In front of tholr pretty club-house. From tho latter up to tho bridgo every availablo spot was filled with spectators, whllo tho brldgo was crowded. If such a number turns out for a club regatta alone, what would tho peoplo do In caso of a joint affair? It was tho best argument in favor of a regatta seen hero this season. Tho various races were well rowed and tho rivalry was spirited, and among tbo club members thoro were many small bets made. Fischer beat Smlthson and Sawyer In senior singles; Sawyer, Smlthson, Norton and Fischer boat tho old champion "Big Four," Dyer, Reynolds, Robin son, and Elmore, in senior fours, while an eight...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE . Senate. The bill (11. H. 11 3S0) providing ad ditional clerical force for the Pension Ofllcc was amended before passing the Senate so as to pro vide that hereafter "no officer of the Army Navy, or Marine Corps on the retired list shnlj receive any pension under any law." This amendment was proposed by Mr. Cockrlll. Mr. Hoar introduced n resolution that the Secretary of the Navy bo directed to Investigate the alleged false or counterfeit stamping of test pieces of steel plates made for the if. S. naval vessels by the Linden Steel Works, of Pitts burg, and report the facts to the Senate. The Senate has confirmed the following nomi nations for promotions in the Adjt. "Geu.'s Dept.: Lt. Col. T. M. Vincent, asst. adjt. gen., with the rank of col.; Maj. M. Barber, "asst. adjt. gen., with the rank of lt. col.: 2d Lt.- E. II. Browne, 4th Inf., 1st It.; 2d Lt. L. P. Daw sou, 11th Inf., 1st It.; Additional 2d Lt. G. L. Irwin, 3d Art., 2d lt, Mr. Featherston introduc...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1890, WITH A LITTLE MINSTRELSY ATKMPOltAin UllKAK IN TIIK THE ATRIC A.T.. i)vri.Mcss. Tlio Kcguluk- Season Open Auspiciously lit Kornmi's Local Gossip of the Weolc Oonornl News of tho Stnco Worlil. As n sort, of preliminary season Washington the past week has been enjoying minstrel per formances, divided up between Albaugh's and Lincoln Ilnll. Qcorso Wilson's troupe, which occupied Albaugli's tho first part of the week, gave a cood entertainment 3 modern minstrels go. Tho most remnrkablo thing about all these minstrel performaces year after year is their wonderful success In avoiding tho introduction of now ideas. They follow tho time-honored traditions of tho craft with a fidelity that would bo touchluc if It wero not so chestuutty. If they would spend half tho money they squander on barbarous costuming in buying now jokes and new Ideas generally they would find It a profitable change in their method of management. But then there is no use gett...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

r 8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1SQO. FORGET-ME-NOTS. Mrs. Harrison Is sbockcil. Her nephew has gone into the tbcntricnl business, and sbo hns consequently closed the door against nil that branch of the family anil stopped nil communi cation therewith. This goes to show thnt in Mrs. Hnrrlson'6 order of respectabilities jour nalism 6tand6 uwny above play noting. Hobnrt Brooks, who is married to Mrs. Harrison's niece, is a well-known Washington newspaper correspondent. Until recently both ho and Mrs. Brooks were not only welcome visitors at the White House, but were favorites with Mrs. Harrison, who used to drlvo around and call on them quite frequently, sometimes taking Mrs. Brooks out to drive with her. Now, however, all is changed. Mrs. Harrison learned some time ago that Mr. Brooks had purchased an in terest in a new farce-comedy, entitled "The U. S. Mnil," and was actively engaged in pre paring it for the stage. Mrs. Brooks, when questioned about it, did not deny that h...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

Jnuttait JUtir WLhlig fy&tixtn&l lttiUi0jmtf ESTABLISHED 1SOO. AUTLJ.ST 17, XS90. PAGES 9 TO 12 A TALE OF TWO REPUBLICS. IN WILD WESTERN STYLE. NATIONS AND DIPLOMATS MIXED IN THE KOOIION FAMin'QUARKEL. INVENTOR UULX.IS KIDNAPED A UTAH DEPUTY HAIISHAL. BY It toil to tlio Dismissal of Mrs. Cleve land's Hair Dresser and Shown it French Marquis In an Anomalous Unlit A Trttu CaiiBO Colobre. A lawsuit which has been pending some time In tho courts at Lyons, and which has already become a cause eclibre In France, has been transferred for the time being to the courts In Washington, and promises before It Is over to create widespread interest in this country. It Is a characteristic French affair. It involves a wife deserted in Lyons, France, by her husband, who was well to do in business, but who ran off with his servant girl, a young woman of German origin, who was expelled from France during the Franco-German war ou suspicion of being a German spy. It involves charges of infidelity...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 17 August 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 17. 1890. JOHN AND JONATHAN. THE GHEAT INTKItNATIONAI. STItUO GI.E l'OK SEALSKINS. A Frtlco Impression Corrected Undo Snm Novor Claimed to Own llohrliiRScn, Hut Simply to Own tho Scnls Vncts About the Seal Hhnclf A New Solution of the Difficulty Proposctl. "Whence did the ships of Canada derive the rleht to do In 1SS0 that which they hud refrained - .11.,.. mr mnrn Minn nlnntv vonrs? Upon what grounds did Her Majesty's government de fend In tho year 1SS0 i course of conduct In the Bearing Sen which she hud carefully avoided ever since tho discovery of that sea? Hy what reasoning did Her Majesty's government con elude that an act mar be committed with jmpu nltv against tho rights Ot the United States which had never been attempted against tho same rights when held by tho Russian Empire?" Secretary Maine to British Minister. Such is the last word In the Bohring Sea cor respondence so far as Congress or the public has been taken Into the confidence ...

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. — 17 August 1890

THB SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 17. 1890. II Vmrrr.N for tiii: Sunday Heimi-u. MY LIPID'S JOURNEY. I linvu met with u meat ninny pcoplo In passing through life's varied ways; I have met with tho smart nnd thu simple, The ornbbed, tho grave, nnd tho gray. 1 hnvo traveled with beauty nnd virtue; I have met with tho ugly and bad; I have laughed with those who were merry, I have went with those who were sad. One thlnir 1 have lenrned on life's Journey: Never Judire one by wlint ho nppenrs; The eyes that seem sparkling with pleasure Often bnttlo to kcop bnok the tenrE; Sober, lomr, sanctimonious faces Very often hldo souls that arc vile, Whili tho heart that Is merry and cheerful Is nlwuys tho freest from guile. I have lenrned not to look for perfection In any of frnll human kind: In henrts tho most gcntlo and loving Somo blemish or fault I can find. And yet I havo not found tho person So low, so depraved, or so meun Hut tluit some (food Impulse or virtue Among his bud trnlts might be ...

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. — 17 August 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1S90. IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING COOK'S BALM LIFE iflHMLt8iSffll,$v81tlKlBB " V T -" ' ' T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. C, and Elsewhere. From the uso and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, wo deem it duo its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy: D. K. CARTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A.-B. OL1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. It. J. MEIGS, Clerk of tho Court. It. J. MEIGS, Jh., Deputy Clerk of the Court. TREDERICK DOUGLASS, Marshal for District of Columbia. L. P. "WILLIAMS, Deputy Marshal for District of Columbia. ALEXANDER SHARP, Ex-Marshal for District of Columbia. G. W. PHILIPS, Ex-Deputy Marshal for District of Col...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

"? nix 39Ukl:gr ll&iixm&t lttiUx$smtf. T-H.T": VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1S90 12 PAGES. MO. 23 -tv , pftf Hmtitet HAVE MADE NO BARGAIN. DEJIOCUATIC SENATORS HAVE NOT AOK1SKD TO STOP TARIPF TALK. Tlio Republicans Can Got Out of the Hole Tlioy Aro In as Best Thoy Bliiy Sena tor McPherson Docs Not Kxpcct Ad journment llcforo October. Between tho two contending wings of the Republican party tho Democratic Senators aro still maintaining an attitudoof strict neutrality. Tho Quay or Anti-Forco bill faction of tho Republican Senators have been making over tures to the leading Democratic Senators, but tbolattorhavonotundcrtaken to take part In any bargain or compromise. As belonging to tho minority party in tho Senate, the party which cannot beheld responsible for tho con duct of the public business, they hold them selves strictly aloof from all squabbles as to modes of procedure and tho formation of a limited-session programme, merely re serving to themselves the right...

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