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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 31. 1S90. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. "BAM" TULT.S AUOUT THKFBAOBANOK OF SOUTHKIIN HOSPITALITY. The Southoru Girl's AflToctlonnto future nnd Uor Delightful Courtesies Dnno lnjj Until Uor Sntln Sllppors Aro "Worn Throiulbnre, Yot Xovor Fatigued. Special Correspondence of Sunday Hkkald.1 GnscxniUEit Whitk Sulphur Sprinos, "VV. Va., August 28. "Hut I dou't think our men would like it I" Two 6of t brown eyes tiro look ing up Into yours, nnd theso words nre coming out from two rosy-red lips. It's tbo belle of tho White Sulphur Sprlugs giving you her opinion nsto whnf'our men like." From her youth up brother has becu trained to watt on her, but also Xrora her youth up she has been trained to glvo tho pretty llttlo thank you, tho affectionate llttlo nod, tho caressing word that Is so delightful to tho heart of man, and which makes nil the dif ference between tho woman and tho shirt-tront. It is tho shirt-front thntsho thinks "our men" wouldn't like much. The...

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. — 31 August 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 18QO. 11 A DIALOGUE. MJI. Oh. havo you round tho Fount of youth, Or have you fuccd tho Flro of Ivor ? Or whence tho form, tho eyes, tho mouth, Tho voice, tho grace wo praised or yoro? Ah, lightly must tho years havo sped, Tho long, tho labor-laden years, That enst no snows upon your head, Nor dim your eyes with any toars 1 And gently must tho heart havo beat That, after many days, can send So so It, so kind a blush to greet To trreet tho ndvont of so old a f rlond. KTjTjK. Another talc, doth It repeat, My mirror; and It tolls mo truo I But Time, tho thief of nil things sweet, lias lulled to steal ono grace from you. Ono touch of youth ho cannot steal, Ono trait there Is ho leaves you yet; Tho boyish loyalty, tho leal Absurd, Impossible rogrotl These aro the magic: theso rcstoro A phantom of tho April prime, Show you the faoo you liked of yoro, And givo mo baok tho thefts of Tlmo 1 Andrew Lang in Scrllmcr'g. THE FALL OP A BACHELOR. Being a Tale o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 31 August 1890

1M!S' 1 ' 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1890. S YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO, WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING fHSB CSm j pi 4HSmv SSPIINSL? U If 1 1 Li ikKHi v w If 1 I r BALM The Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. - -'Tic?-"SF ' " T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHOEA, T. A. COOK. 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 the use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem It duo its worthy discoverer and tho public to add our earnest commendation of Its efficacy: D. K. CARTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE. Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate J...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

mi VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S90. 12 PAGES. NO. 25 V 1,SUC.. SOLVING A MYSTERY. A lilTTLE LIGHT ON THE DEATH OF HIK. ANDREWS. Ho Was Scon at An Up-Itlvor Gambling J)lvo About tho Tlmo of His Dlsappear anco, ami Somo Hard Characters Dis appeared Jnst Afterward. Gradually a littlo ligbt is being let in on tho deep mystery which has heretofore enveloped the strange dtsappcarauco and death of Mr. C. C. Androws. The facts so far learned do not make clear the exact circumstances under which ho mot his untimely fate. But there no longer remains any doubt that he was foully murdered and his linked body thrown into the river by the assassins. Whatever facts have been learned as to the crimo were not brought out through the efforts of the police, whoso at tempts at unraveling the ghastly mystery have not been attended with any brilliant success. The intimation in an afternoon paper of yes terday that Mr. Andrews met his death In the city south of the Avenue, and that the body...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1S90. i ii I , ,1 i 'I s ' REBUILDING! GREAT IMPROVEMENT SALE moiw GrO:x:rcrc3r oisr jkjrr EPART MPT We Are Displaying Advance Styles in FALL MILLINERY. JL Jr 812 AND 814 SEVENTH STREET. REBUILDING! VEGETABLE IMMIGRANTS. Some Interesting Points About Agricultu ral Department "Work. "Wo are constantly experimenting with plants which we receive from foreign countries," said Superintendent Saunders, of the Agricultural Department, "and studying their adaptability to our own climate and soil. Not infrequently wo succeed in introducing somo plant which is found to be of considerable value in some sec tions of the country. For instance, the Russian apple was introduced here in 1671, and since then has become a recognized and widely spread va riety. It is found to be suited to many parts of the country for which our ordinary apple is not hardy enough. As soon as we found that further experiments by us were not necessary we de voted that space to some...

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

ugj lf I, "l -- x jv i LijNU v nil i . wfo.-j v35ffi,vAKra5fc72 ?mr nr-? vmKsmxvriM&mtmzzz' sssssrsssffwscstA ife?48wflsk i -sr -&zs&t--izr- r-.....rfV,,,ni7j& ,l;if..ll.'.rnillK""! mhmmrmMmsmSk uJhMnM3rfMmm$w JWmmmrWrx, ttj-? ni'iuy . i"""74r'iius7r . vw m rnzH 'A 0ma iftvr-ressii&iAs-rfc.AA-jLW HMfl fl lIM.!tfB8&H2 tf-MEMW r I . : "' ! Mrs. Harrison left Crcsson durluE tho week for a brief visit to this city to make cortnln changes and arrangements at tbo White House In view of tbo fact that oxtensivo renovation la about to be made In tbo mansion. Tho Presi dent returned with Mrs. Harrison on Friday afternoon to Cresson, whore bo will make qulto a prolonged stay. Miss Jessio Ingram Billings, daughter of Dr. John Billings, of tbo Army, and Mr. Edwin Bradflcld Hartley wcro married on AVcdnesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, In St. John's P. E. Church, Georgetown, In tbo presence of a largo company of invited guests. Rev. Dr. Register performed tho marrlugo ceremon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1SQO. AND iUcfltltj llntiono1 Siilcllirjciiccr. thf National Intelligencer ESTABLISHES I60a THE SUNDAY HERAUD 6TA6UMED ISM. rtntroct Ht tho Post Office nt Washington, D. 0.. no Socionil-clnBB Matter. J. H. SOUI.E .Proprietor. A. T. HENSKX Editorial unci Publication Officen, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. Senator Edmunds seems to have becomo a disciple of Senator Quay since tho Vermont election returns came In last Tuesday night. lie Isn't saying n word. Tho New York Evening UorWhas perpetrated an outrage on Mrs. Millionaire Mackey beside which Ciiaulottk Smith's attackB pales Into In significance. It prints a picture of the famous lady standing on her head. Does the World mean to intimate that Mrs. Mackey was at one time aclrcu6-rider? One trust which will not provoke popular hos tility is that of the 6hot manufacturers. Tho higher they put prices the better the average citizen will like it. It is to be hoped the pistol makers will now form a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 189G, THE COLUMBIA CHAMPIONS. SPLENDID -VOUK OF THE VICTORIOUS CHEW AT STATEN ISLAND. Now for tho Grnnd Meet of. tho Amateur Athlotto Union Thoro Will Ho 2,000 AtlilctcH Present ProRranimo of tlio Comlnc Columbia Gnmcs General ' Sporting GohM. $Tbe Columblas, by winning the Staten Islnnd $1,000 clinmploti8hIp trophy and defeatiuK tbo Potomacs, have once more advanced to tho front ns tho leading rowing organization of this city. Everything favored the Stnten Island boys for a successful affair, as Monday last was n perfect day for rowlne. Tho water of tho Kill you Kull was as smooth as a mill pond. Thcro was a largo contingent of local enthusiasts pres ent, aud tho victory of tho Columblas caused unbounded jubilation. In fact, the boys bought up Staten Island from Sir. Erastus Wimau, and ran It to suit themselves for a while. The host of Potomac members as well as tho crow who were present joined In tho jollification, aud ad mitted that their o...

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

t 'V- CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Sr.NA-rn. Tho bill (3. 2071) grouting a pen sion to Caroline lluddell White Las been 6igncd by the President. The bill (S. 3037) granting a pension to Maria E. Baker has been signed by tho President. The bill (S. 721) granting a pension to Jeanio Urcnt Davenport has passeu both Houses. The Senate has confirmed the nominations of Cadets Edgar Judwin, Charles Keller, Herbert Deakync, and C. S. Brotnwell to bo additional 2d Its. in tho Corps of Engs. On motion of Mr. McPlierson it was ordered that tho papers hi the claim of E. M. Hart, late 1. A. paymr. in the Navy, adversely reported in the 45th Congress, 1S79, bo taken from tho flics of the Senate and referred to Com. on Naval Affairs. The President has sent tho following nomina tions to tho Scnato: A. C. Hensley, of Ky., to be chaplain in the Navy; 1st Lt. W. II. Miller, 1st Cav., to bo A. Q. M. with rank of capt., Sept. 4, vice Mlltimore, dismissed. Tho follow-Iowlug-named cadets to bo 21 Us.: K. B. ...

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

THE SUNDAY KDKPiALD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 18QO. i I;- , i.. fi It1 I THE AMUSEMENT WOULD. WHAT nAS IlKKN AND WUATIS GOING TO UK. Kny Tomploton nnil "Ho ml rile Hudson" Tlio Hills for the Coming Week nt the Ijocixl TlrontroN-Mlnstrolfly nnd Kmo 1 1 on ill Driitmi Notes. Last week nt Albaugh's Grand Opera House Miss Fny Tcrapleton nnd her gny satellites played lively havoc with the revered name of "Hendrlk Hudson." The startling revelations which they inado ns tp tho personal character of thnt ccntlemnn caused even the oldest Inhabi tants, who largely occupied tho front rows, to regard tho early discoverer In an entirely differ ent light from that furnished by tho historians. It has been several years since tho festive Fay has been seen in this country, and, notwith standing tho fact that her notorious array of diamonds, now lendiug lustro to the dark re cesses of the custom-houso in New York, could hot make a joint appearanco with her, largo numbcrs.turncd out to sco how tho pugilist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

8 THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S90. TOWN TALK. -Crcoloan charmers, IfcyiHtgtt mchwiHreswi, nnd emancipated eunuchs, nt KertHtN, nr swrc to open American eyi'S. Do not fnll to read the ndrrrltfemwK of ctirslon to California on nuothcr rir. The Knights of SU AuguMlne OomHMMtors No. 2. colored, nt n meeting btwwk iMMMHeO resolutions of regret nt tho death ot .InttH fiojr" O'Bellly, ttio joot and Journalist. Splendid new brick dwolllng, No. 1H New Ilnmpshlro nvenuo, near Washington Circle will bo sold nt public miction, by M war. Dun ennson Bros.. Sept 11, IfW. at & o'clock. lbr tur thcr pnrtlculnrs eco miction sale. At n meeting Tucsdny evening the Veteran olnnteer Fireman's Association eomplctd ar rangements for their contemplated trip to Ches ter, Fa., on tbe 18th Instant, to attend the Penn sylvania Stnto Firemen's Convention. New two-story, seven-room brick houso. No. 2320 M street north west, will bo sold nt miction on Tuesday afternoon, September 0, at 5 o'clock, b...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

m JUrfr Wklig &tixin&l txt&lli$nKie ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SEPTEMBER 7, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12 HARD ON LETTER CARRIERS. THEIR WORK GREATLY INCREASED BY CONFUSION IN STREET NAMES. A Surprising Number of StrootR nnd Alloys In tho City that Hear tlio SamoNamo Soma of tlio Qucor Ones A Proposad Romody. , Ono of tho severest trials of tbo City Post Ofllco officials Is tho carelessness of peoplo In addressing tholr letters. This confusion ex ists to a great extent In ovory city, but In Washington there seems to bo a combine against tho letter-carrier by tho peoplo who send letters here and by thoso who named tho various llttlo alloys, courts, and places which Intersect tho principal streets In all sorts of odd and puz zling ways. If tho post ofllco had tho naming of all these alloys a great share of tho letter carrier's woes would bo dissipated. On the contrary, tho names have been given by tho residents, frequently tho negro population, and they will not adopt any moro harmonious cog...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1890. Wmttf.x tor Tnn Scniut Herald. Anions: the Scarlet Runners. 11Y J. F. KING. Dulco stood on tho -west porch wntoblnij two figures como up tho dusty road. Sho was aswcot looklutr morsel, standing there with her whlto dress fitting perfectly tho rounded lines of her plump little figure, and tho rings ot her shining blnck hair blowing almost into her blacker eyes. Although tho day was sultry, a slight brcezo rus tled through tho old npplc-trecs beside tho porch, and tho vines of scarlet beans with their bright green leaves and vivid blossoms waved lovingly against her curly head. Sho raised herself on tiptoo as tho figures camo nearer tho gate, and hastily breaking off a bit of tho gorgoous color ing pushed it qulokly into her belt as sho ran down to wolcomo her visitors. Tho newcomers were strong contrasts to her, tho girl, Gcrtrudo Kent, slight, graceful, and wil lowy, with deep, dusky eyes, and a proud, petu lant expression on her oval...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

sf nji wrmtma Jr SiSEHiSlHSL-- I Carriages furnished without extra charge in twelve Western cities. - KV V'.. ' LEAVE WASHINGTON SEPT. 25. U.-fci. 71. - '- VI,-,H .-if:. .. -'..1 ,. M V"" U ffc-Vi-: 5 V. ja ''.,' :';iV".-; : . v v . t j-,- ji . t-A'.'A' ."'-'v. The Grandest Tour of the Season. "BAB" AT NARRAGANSBTT. X'AIUSOJOCBNERSATNEWENGIAD'S POPnLAB BETEEAT. The Narrncnnsott Girl and ECor "Best Boy" She Sleopg Two Hours Out of the Twonty-four Atlilotlc to tho Core of Bier Heart. From our Regular Correspondent. NAitRAtjANSETT Pxeh. Sept. 0. "Water, water ovorywhere, and not a drop to drink," is tho cry of tho younpr woman who Is In tho swim hero. Before sho goes in sho has a champasrno cocktail to buoy her up, and just after sho comes out hor best boy (that's what sho calls him 'nowadays) has a milk punch strong with brandy and daintily covered with nutmeR to fetch her up. Tho Narrat? ansctt girl Booms to bo in continual need of a stimulant, which, whon you remember that sho gets ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 September 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1890. IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING PROF. COOK ALM OF LIFE? . .M Tke Finest Chemical Preparation in tne "World. Established in Washington, B. C, 18 68. T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SHIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHCEA, ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMJPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. , 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 PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem it due its worthy discoverer aud the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy: D. K. CARTTER, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHTJR, Associate Justice. A. J3. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW "SVYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. R. J. MEIGS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

ill ? ,i 'i JVnfr 33U&fcl:g 3Eafcxtt&l ,lrilimc VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S90 12 PAGES. NO. 26 V TRYING TO AVERT A PANIC. POSITIVE ACTION TO HE TAKEN MY THE GOVERNMENT. Whnt 1b Said by tho President, Ohnlrmnn McKinley, Socrotiiry AVlniloin, nml Other Authorities Tho Hondcd Period to lio Extondod. There was a lone consultation yesterday, by wire, between tho President at Crcsson and Acting Secretary Batcbeller and Assistant Sec retary Nettlcton at tho Treasury Department, concerning tho stringency In tho inonoy market, during which tho whole situation was thor oughly gono over. Tho President, It Is under stood, stated that it is his desire to avert a panic in tho money market, and that none shall bo permitted to occur if tho Treasury Depart ment can prevont it. Tho views of the President wcro telegraphed to Secretary Wlndom at New York, who at noon scut tho following message to the Presi dent: "Ilavo had conference with leading financiers. Thero appears to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

rHE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S90. UILDI H Hi isro'TtfU' C3r0i3xrc3r on at i P We Are Displaying Advance Styles in FALL MILLINERY, i 812 A ND 814 SEVENTH STREET, E REBTTILDI ,i, "ml JT J - 1 mil,, THE IDEAJj GENTLEMAN. Cardinal Sowmaii'it Kcinurkublo Definition and Description. This is Cardinal Newman's definition of a gentleman. The remarkable passage occurs in his "IX Discourses Addressed to tho Catholics in Dublin:" "It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say that he is one who never inflicts pain. This description is both refined, and, so far as it goes, accurate. He is runinly occupied in merely re moving the obstacles which hinder the free'and unembarrassed action of those about him, and he concurs in their movements ratherthan takes the initiative himself. His benefits may be con sidered as parallel to what are called comforts or conveniences in arrangements of a personal nature, like an easy chair or a good fire, which do their part in dispelling cold and fat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

H . T-.-Vvft1 ?jm ....In Id.,! O WftfUN . iiJfflf A uii..WinVTWWtf 5. Mltfl W'A'BW'M ' ' VttW'jKTW.fit.'jSSSS'Wi' W-iJBi tf?.l:SSSlJI ya !.' J&vJy.UHOrV rW'HWM Mil IjrVSR -2r--W WiWGnrrCCA H&mreVjr2PrirxZr-?rr-----ral If Tlio first of a series of fall daucing parties was Inaugurated by tlio Potomac Athletic Club Fri day "evening at their pretty and commodious boat-house in West Washington. It is thu In tention of tlio club to give these dances fort nightly until the winter season sets In. Thcouo Friday evening was well attended in spite of the storm. The danclug-room was prettily deco rated and tho arrangements, In charge of Messrs. Henry Scldcn and Waldo Hlbbs, wero perfect. Professor Schrocder's orchestra furnished tho music. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Tames G. Traylor, Miss AVilllams. daughter of Representative Williams, of Ohio; Miss Mc Grath, of Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. J. Iladlcy Doyle, Mrs. Foster, Miss Ethel Young, Misses Carrie, Flo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1S90. AND iUrrhlij iintiono'' SnicIUgcnccr. tf national intelligences ESTAOUSHtD WC VKF. SUNDAY HERALD rtntorort nt tin- t'ost Ollltiti ut WnshlnRton, D. Oi. h Sncoitri-olHHfl Mnttor. j. u. souli:, A. T. IIENSKY, .I'roprlotorB. K.iltorlnl ami Publication Oillces, No. 409 Tonth Street Northwest. livery one will fervently hope that the nornls ho have been attempting to wreck trains on tbe New York Central llallroad may be cap tured ami speedily punished to the extreme limit of tho law. No fate is too bad for the mnu who deliberately exposes travelers to the indescribable horrors of a railroad wreck. The reckless destruction of American forests has attracted the attention of tho Germans, and at a recent meeting of the Geographical Society at Berlin Chief Forest Master Kessi.eu stated thnt the United States had but 11 per cent, of its area wooded, while 2G per cent, of the Ger man empire was covered with forests. This as tonishing fact ought to h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

t, THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SKPXBIVI53KR 14, 1S9G. EW NATIONAL A riTi"i3 fp X3L X XvJQia O.IB, K BEGINNING SVIONDAY, SEPTESVI THE LONDON AND N Jefferson stud H. SS, MATINEES j WEDNESDAY AND SATXJBDAY. W YORK SUCCESS, yss Q-rreeft Aqusktic Spectacle . Ts'ylonr A THRILLING TALE OF THE THAMES TALLEY, BY JAMES WILLING AND JOHN DOUGLAS. ITS MARVELOUS AQUATIC SCENES. The Old Church at Henley u.TSX E With Real Rowboats, Canoes, Racing Shells, and Steam Launches, For which f ,250 square feet of the stage will be flooded from 2 to 8 feet deep with upwards of 10 FEET OF WAT - - .13E 'TQjTItlJBBliJ IJM Surpassing in Realistic Effect Anything Ever Presented on the Dramatic Stage. THE MENSE Start!ed5S Electrified. urprised, With the Beautiful Scenery, Startling Situations, and Exciting Episodes of the Latest and Greatest of Melo- dramatiG Productions Pre- sented upon the English or American INTRODUCING THE POPULAR OARSMAN, Stage GEORGE HOS T.El:E3 IDA-ISTS" MER T H E AMERICA'S FAMOUS ACROBATS,...

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