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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

rHE SUINIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY. AUGUST 24. 1890. PALACE In addition to our Great Clearing Sale, owing to improvements now going on, we had the misfortune of being flooded by Wednesday night's storm, by which we sustained over 2,000 damage in Dry Goods and Millinery, which we offer at a great sacrifice. In addition to our sale of Wet Goods, we offer the following additional bar gains until our improvements are completed. Don't fail to call to make use of this opportunity. Light Surah Silk reduced India Silk reduced from Ginghams reduced from Satteens reduced from fPEemember, we imposition. THE GL01U0US OLD GUARD. IT HAD A GI.OKIOUS OLD BOSTON. TIMK IN The Old IJoys Feel Very Proud of the Selec tion of Judge Vcazey, an Honorary Mem ber of the Corps, as the Commander-in-Chief Pleasant Incidents In Boston. The Old Guard arrived home last Sunday night with forty-four of the original number of members who attended the twenty-fourth Na tional Encampment of the G. A. R. at Boston. Sixteen of ...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNTDAY, AXJOXJST 24, 1SQO. iUccitlij llaliona1 Snlcltigcnccr. Thf National intelligences ESTABLISHED tSOa THE SUNDAY HERALD TABUHCO 1S4N Centered nt tho 1'ost Ofllco nt "WiiAhlngton, I). C. ns Sccoiid-clnss Mnttor. J . n.SOUtls: I Proprloto. .. T. HKNSKY, J A Etlltorlnl and Vubllontlon Oulcea, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. $30 UBWAUD. "THK SUNDAY IIEKAX.D" is convinced that tlioro Is nn organized gang of paper thieves in this city, who follow its carriers nround and tnlto tho papers from tho door stops. "Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those of our patrons leaving the city for the summer mouths cnii have "The Herald" sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this oilice. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct liy leaving their order at the newst.aml, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers will confer n fav...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUS.T 24, 189G. NEWS OF FIELD AND RIVER. WHAT THE LOGAI. ATIIXKTKS OAKSiUKN AUK DOING. AND The Columbia itnil Potomno Grown Getting Keuriy for Stilton Island General Gos sip ntul Personal Nptos From tho Clubs. With this wock ends tho linttl training that tho ColmnbIn8 and Potomac Athletics havo car ried on now for several months, as on Monday, September 1, the two representative clghUoared crews will meet on tho rapid Kill von Kull at Statcn Island to meet somo of tho best eights of America and settle which Is the better crow. The feeling is high between tho two organiza tions. Tho practice spins of tho crows havo been watched with considerable interest during tho past week and tho improvements in each havo been marked. Tho Columbias aro rowing cleaner and prettier than tho Potoraacs, their blado work bolng exceptionally fine and accurate, while several of the Potomacs have been decid edly ofllsh and jerkj'. Plaistud hopes to correct theso faults by Tues...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

.. ' , ' ' I I I I I ' f CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. House. The bill (S. 2044) for the recoanitlon of F. A. Patterson ns a capt. of the 3d V. Va. Cav. has passed both Houses, nnd was later ap proved by tlic l'rcsiucnt. Mr. Featherston introduced a bill 117S3) for tbc relief of the heirs ot M. B ,-..,1 -MVc Alton T 1?,icli Afro Sun T. (H. R. . Wood- Lenox, JKIUi .Hli Jlittu . A....J.,, .kj. .ww -. and Joseph N. Woodyard, heirs of Col phrey M. "Woodyard. llum- .Mr. Wallace introauceu a om 11. k llSOl) for the relief of Mary B. Cole, widow of Brevet Maj. Gen. G. W. Cole. The House has passed the bill for the relief of Caroline Baker Stevens, relict of the late Col. R. J. Stevens and daughter of the late Col. E. D. Baker. The bill (S. 2971) granting a pension of $50 per month to Caroline Huddell White, widow of G. B. White, late capt. U. S. N., and Chief of Bureau of Yards and Docks, was passed. The bill ( H. R. 7463 nlacinc the name of L. M. Clafllin, lato 3d asst. eng. on the Republic, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1890, UP GOES THE OttfltfAIHT TUB NEW TII10ATKIOA.il S15ASON UK GINS TO-MOBROW jilCtHT. Opening of the National nml tho TUlJpu IVhtit tho Attractions Vlfl Ko-I-ocnl Gossip nnd GqnornlNowflotf tlio Thctitlrl cnl nml Musical Worlil. Tho National Thentro, nil spick and span ami freshened up after tho lode summer vacation,, will bo reopened to-morrow nlqlit for a now season, which, It Is bcllcvod, will be even taoro prosperous than tho la6t. That such will provo to bo tho caso can hardly bo doubted) for Wash ington Is steadily growing moro and moro fond of good theatricals, and glrcs flrst-class com panies Increasingly generous support "each sea son. Manager Jlaploy has provided for hla patronB tho comlne; season as good a list of entertainments as could bo got, and Is confident that amonc them will bo found nono unworthy of tho attention of Intelligent audiences. Tho entertainment with which tho houso will bo re opened on Monday evening has pldued ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24:, 1890. ON NORFOLK & WESTERN. THE GREAT BOOM! IN THE RICH RE GION WHICH IT PENETRATES. Towns Springing Up ns lly Single. With Mncnlflccnt Opportunities for Making Fortunes in Ronl Estate, Manufactur ing, nnd Mining The New Hlg llonnnzni The advantages of the South ns ft field for manufactures and other commercial enterprises are even yet not fully understood. Every day they are being demonstrated more clearly by the wonderful success of those who havo in vested their capital In that section since the In auguration of the recent boom, and It cannot be long before the great tide of emigration from the North and East, which has been running "Westward for years, will be fully turned toward the fertile valleys and mineral-laden hills of the South. ChaunccyM. Depewin addressing the Alumni Association of Yale College a few mouths ago, summed up the result of his observations on his trip through the South In these words: "The net result of this vis...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

&ht JVttfr 39ff&kl:g l&iimmt ltti&iJU0mC ESTABLISHED 1SOO. AUGUST 24.JW90. PAGES 9 TO 12 ALONG THE BOARD WALK. THIS ODD AND INTEBEST1NG MEDI.ET OF HUMANITY TO BE MET THERE. Guy mid Curious SiulitH at Atlantic City "Spoon"An Immense Crowd of Buth ors Pretty Washington GlrlB niul Lots of Other "Washington People, ICorrcsDondonco or The Sunday HnnAiiD. Atlantic City, August 23. Atlantic City is probably tbo most cosmopolitan sea-sido resort in America. Hero on tbo four-milo board walk one may meet in tho medley of promeunders representatives of every rank in society, every condition in life, from tho lowest to tbo bighest, from tbo poorest to tbo ricbest. A result of this throwing together of all sorts and condi tions of men and women, lads and lasses, is a great deal of liveliness, flirtation, and uncon ventional carrying on that astonishes tho new comers. If all tho escapades of Atlantic City in which well-known people have figured could bo written up, I am suro they ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 24. 1SQO. A1UST0011ATI0 NEWPORT. THIS FASCINATIONS AND SVIiKNWOItS THAT CtUSTKIl AltOUND IT. Surf-llnthliiK Not Considered Fnshlonnblo Simplicity of Morntnc Uiirmonts Gone rally Ouiorrcd Lovers Fnml of Morning Drives James Gordon llcnnctt'ft Mnn slon and tho Mf Owls at Its Kntrnnco. Special Correspondence of Sunday Hkhai.d. N'ewtoht, It. I., August 23. Hnvlng been on tho wing nt most ot tho watering-places for tho last eight weeks 1 havo como to the conclusion that if Hind a daughter mid wanted her to marry well I would tnko her to Newport, Inanity is more readily swallowed ns good form, and extreme fastness is ns high spirits or athletics than any place else. I have seen nieo trig llttlo English girls, I havo seen French ones who were not visible to the general public at nil, but to mens a special private of mammas, who came from tho country where tho Indians lived, but I reel like saying as does that beautiful groccryman In "Llttlo Lord Fauntlc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

THK SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 24. 1S90. 11 RONDEAU OP THE BLOUSE. Stanloy Waterloo In Amorlca. Thnt silken blouso my lady wears! I noto tlic jnuntlncss sho dares; 1 note ber llssomcncss of way, And to myself I softly sny: " Leopnrds should ever bo la pairs." 'Tls little thnt my lady cares: 1 sow the whent; sho sows tho tares; Vet f nr from mo would hardly stray That silken blouse. Why Is It such a potonco bears The flexllo flguro as it fares Forth to Its fortune any day? What natural lnw do I oboy ? Why is It but a thing of snares, That silken blouso? m THE HAUNTED HOUSE. A Story of Two Ghosts and How They "Wore Laid. From tho Chicago News. In tho fall of J860 1 was living in Philadelphia, occupying bachelor's quarters, but contrratula ttng myself upon tho foot that my boarding bouso existence would soon bo changed into liv ing in a home. The partner of my Joys, who was to occupy that homo with me, was a young lady born in tho city of Ponn, whom it is not necessary to describe, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 24 August 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, A.TJGTJST 24. 1S90. IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE 2 IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING The Finest Olxeinieal Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1 868. T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SOKE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA 31 ORB US, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIAURHWA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. C, and Elsewhere. From the use 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. CAKTTEK, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MACARTHUH, Associate Justice. A. B. OL1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk of tho Court R. J. MEIGS, Jr., Deputy Clerk of the Court. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

pfjf JUtfr WLklig &titxn&l Sttillxx$m VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1S90.12 PAGES. NO. 24 GEN. BARRUNDIA'S MURDER HI! SOUGHT KEFUGE I1ENEAT1I OUR FLAG IN VAIN. liy Minister Mlv.nor's Ordor Cunt. Pitts Was Forced to Surrender tho Hunted Alan to Ills Executioners A Dlsgraco to the Stars anil Stripes. Tho United States Government is now deeply involved in tbe war between San Salvador and Guatemala. Gen. JosG Maria Uarrundla, a political refugee from Guatemala, while trav eling as a passenger on board the 1'aclflc Mail steamship Acapulca, Hying the American Hag, has been attacked by the Guatemalan authori ties and killed, aud according to the best in formation available the bloodshed is due to tho interference of Mr. Mizner, tho United States Minister to tho Central American republics. Gen. Uarrundla was a citizen of Guatemala, but not being in accord with the present gov ernment of that republic ho was a revolution ist and an exile. lie was in Acapulca, Mexico, when ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1890. Illf - FLOOD Jr A jL Al Jc rw -rai AIM In addition to our Great Clearing Sale, owing to improvements now going on, wc had the misfortune of being flooded by Wednesday week's storm, by which we sustained over 20,000 damage in Dry Goods and Millinery, which we offer at a great sacrifice. In addition to our sale of Wet Goods, we offer the following additional bar gains until our improvements are completed. Don't fail to call to make use of this opportunity. Light Surah Silk reduced from 75c. to 40c. India Silk reduced from 65c. to 45c. Ginghams reduced from 12c. to 9c. Satteens reduced from 15 c. to 8c. -Eemember, we imposition. TOWN TALK. The Federation of Labor has unanimously adopted n resolution thanking Gen. Thomas L. Casey. Chief of Engineers, for promptly complying- with the request of the Federation for semi monthly payments on the Congressional Library Building. Robert Oliver, a carpenter, sixty years old, lost his balance while work...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

4iJ&t r,sJ-tt -tf vTrllltfA '''.fea'eif .(tl-.,lllllM,.NIl!"i',lj yitt0 ' ijiwi. i'?i mi rja mimvttmwArt.JwiiTN9Zmwmmwswji l-uvvSiesss wr . .jtmsa a--n .h'iai r f-rcivry-xtAik's. .. jr hu z W A MiM lf 1 AJiW7HMNJaJIfMs(''" J'-Ml i WVkrrfAilA . flil imttlft WWWexiKTiiHlMiSi .. ,. C-'irf'.3ttVr,Cfr'?yT VM A' .1 WIJ -ffV.JSfflJ rf JJlI;rfJ7 vLf (t-7, a vi.jflC. nniniii. iin.f..ij h&n4stmh'muNixwr j. mMj3.aOTBttjramniivttw;iMra . ieriii5a)f;..:ftiaA'ftwr?v5J5rM. jha? . v vrw r . tYi MuMiVrWin ( en n e"inn ''"fw m toil i 3 If SlMmMB 14 A &&&mw!r'' r- . , Tho President's family left Capo May l'olnt Thursday for Cressou, whero they are de lightfully settled In tlic l'tuito cottage. "This pretty villa wob thoroughly over hauled and put in such order as to bring it up to tbe mark of Mrs. Harrison's approval. The President's cottago 1b tho finest of tbo handsome cottages which ilnuk the big hotel. It is surrounded by a grovo of magni .ficcnt trees, and tbe broad, sloping l...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

THE StftfcD'AY ti'XLD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 31. 1S9Q. i", -if i -S3SL iUcchlij llnticmrrl Snicllirtnucr. thf national Intelligencer E6TABUSHE0 1BO0. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTAOUtHCO 1865. ttntoroil nt the Font Ofllco nt Washington, D. C. as Socond-clnss Matter. J. H. SOT7I.B Proprietors A. T. HBNSKT r, J Edttorln) anil Publication Office. No. 409 Tenth Street KorthweBt. . St. Louis feels very 6mall nowadays beside Its former rival, Chicago. But St. Louis at least has tbo consolation of knowing that it is bigger than Boston, tho town which owns Chicago. Representative Quinn, of Now York, on Monday last Introduced In the House a resolu tion of Inquiry regarding tho Pinkeiiton de tective abuse. Mr. Quinn should not let the matter rest there. The Tost Office Department has not yet an nounced the closing of the malls to the edition of the Congressional Record of last Thursday, which contained Mr. Cannon's shocking re mark about Mr. McAdoo. But then it was an expurgated and deodorized version of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 189G. OFF FOR STATEN ISLAND. DEPARTURE OF THE COLUMBIA OUEW LAST NIGHT. Good Amntour Ilnso Hull Games Which Arc Not Well l'ntroni 7.ctl Gonornl Sporting Sown nnd Gossip A Gront Ruclnc Event. Tho enameled button of the Columbia Ath letic Club was conspicuous in the crowd at tho SIxtb-strcet station last night. A number of the boating enthusiasts of tho club had gath ered at the station, some f them to accompany tho eight-oared crow which will participate In tho Staten Island regatta on Monday, and oth ers to see tho boys off. Tho members of tho expedition were very enthusiastic, feeling qulto confident that their crow would make a good record, If it did not boar tho Columbia colors to victory In tho big Labor Day regatta. Trainer Courtnoy, who took an early train In company with tho eight-oared shell, was very quiet, but thero was a gleam In his eyes which indicated that ho believed ho had brought his crew up to a point of proficiency which made ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

M&iMiM li-nSiw COXGU13SS AN1 THE SI311VIGE. Sknatb Mr. Davis, from Com. on Pensions, reported favorably the bill (II. K. 7423) granting a pension to Mrs. Kate Laue Towncs, widow of Col. R. R. Towncs. The following executive nominations havo been confirmed by the Senate: Capt. J. C. Gllmorc, 24th Inf., to be asst. adjt. ecu.; 1st Lt. George Hutilen. 17th Inf., to he A. Q. M.; IstLt. O. M. Smith, 22d Inf., to be C. S.; Col. J. II. Baxter, chief medical purveyor, to be Sure Gen., with rank of brig. gen. House. The bill (S. 721) cranting n pension of 50 per mouth to Jcannie Breut Davenport, widow of Capt. II. K. Davenport, of the Navy, was passed. ARMY NOTES. Second Lieut. II. E. Wilklns, 2d Inf., lately undergoing instruction in torpedo service at Willet's Point, N. Y., has been relieved from duty at that post and will join his co. Capt. S. R. Stafford, loth Inf., and Capt. W. II. Clapp have been ordered before the Army retiring board on Governor's lslaud, N. Y., for examination fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1890. AMUSEMENTS IN PLENTY. FAVTKin'IiUION OI'KNS TIII3 SEASON AT ALUAUGU'S TO-MOKIIOW. A Now Farce-Comedy With Gun Wllllamx lnltnt tlio Nutloniil Tlio AilinlnlHtrn tloti nntl "Tho U. S. Mull" A Talk With Senorltn Tojoro. All tlio theatres In town will bo In full blast to-morrow night, when Albnugh's opens Its doors for tho regular fall and winter 6caBon. Fay Templcton In tlio now operatic burlesque, "Hcndrlk Hudson," Is tho bill, and those who have seen tho entertainment In New York say it is a good one. Tho burlesque is not of Shakespearean substauec, nor is it a finished product of the highest dramatic art. It is, as it was intended to be, an airy, frivolous melange of amusing nonsense, in part set to music and put on tho Etago with tho aim of pleasing tho oyo by brilliance of costumes and scenic .Bcttinc, as well as tickling tho risibili ties by its fun and fiolic. Fay Templetou, who is a lmndsomo woman trained in tho aits of opera bouffo an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

8 E SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AXJGrTJST 31, 1SQO. FORGET-ME-NOTS. Ono of tho most savage attacks I' havo over known a nowspapcr to mako on a public man wa3 made by tho New York Sun last Fri day on l?epre6entatIvo Cannon, of Illinois. Here Is tbc opening senteuco of an editorial by tho Sun on tbo remark which Mr. Cannon made In debate on Wednesday, and which was called In question as unparliamentary: "Tho un6peakablo loafer who represents tho Fif teenth District of Illinois In the Houso of Rep resentatives of tho Fifty-first Congress ought to bo sent homo to his constituents saturated Tvith carbolic acid or some other powerful dis infectant. His continued prcsunco In Congress is an insult to common decency and to tho nation's 6clf-rcspcct." Hero's how tho article closes: "Ccnsuro at tho bar of tho IIouso will not answer. What tho Houso needs is disinfection. Send back to private life tho author of tho speech that will never bo reported in any typo just as it was de livered. Send back to...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

Hmtttet Q O " it.-., o HiNGluN, D. C. ESTABLISHED 1SOO. AUGUST 31, XS90. PAGES 9 TO 12 ATLANTIC CITY G-AYETY. OUR CITY'S DRUG STORES. &sss&2.- wt THE WASHINGTON COLONY BY THE SEA STII.Ii ENJOYING ITSEI.F. THKRK IS ONE TO ABOUT EVERY l.BOO INHABITANTS. tproc A 1 w2 -v (CN .. L" , , ZzS S&.' f A X. w" W!A I 1U1 A Mn JW ,Tho Sonson Wnnlnjr, llut the lionrd Wnllc Continues Crowded nnd tho IIops Aro Well Attondod Tho "Newport Slmko' Notes About Wnfihlngton 1'ooplo. Atlantic Citv, N. J., Aug. 29. la spite of the waning of tho season Atlnntlc City still re mains gay. Tho board-walk is crowded ap parently as much as over with Its composito gathering of peoplo from all sections of tho country, tho verandahs are thronged with ma trons and their charges, while tho various hops aro attended with as many pretty girls as they wore earlier in tho season. Seldom has Atlantic City seemed prettier, tho ocean more exhilarat ing, or tho girls more fascinating than thoy do just at this time....

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