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

irT ITIIr i - -jiTgy, i ( Micyjjig a. ARMY NOTES. Upon return of tbc 1st Inf. to Sun Francisco the cos. of tlio reet. will tnke statlous as fol lows: Cos. C and D, at Bcmlcla Barracks, Cal.; Cos. A, B. E, G, and II, at Angel Island, Cal.; Co. F, at Fort Gaston, Cal. First Lieut. M. P. .Maus, 1st Inf., lias oeen appointed aide-de-camp to Maj. Gen. X. A. Miles. Brig. Gen. Jobu Gibbon has assumed com mand of Div. Pacific, vice Mnj. Gen. Miles. Brig. Gen. Jobn Gibbon, Col. Basil Norris, surg.; Lt. Col. J. P. Hawkins, asst. com. gen. of sub.; Lt. Col. Anson Mills, 4th Cav., and Maj. J. II. Janeway, surg., have been appointed an Army retiring board, to meet at the call of Gen. Gibbon at San Francisco, for the examination of such officers as may be ordered before it. The retiring board convened at San Fran cisco Oct. 27, 1SSS, has been dissolved. First Lieut. Alfred Reynolds, 20th Inf., has been relieved at his own request from duty at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, by the supt. of the recruitin...

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. — 14 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1S9Q. 7 1 ' '" i m THE- FOOTLIGHTS' GLARE. WHAT IS GftlNG ON' IN Tin: THEAT RICAL. TOORXD. iJano Coombs'fl Kngnjicmpnt nt-Albnugh'fl Tho Hills for tho Present Vcok-A Talk Willi Gcorso Tlintchor Francis "Wil son's "Gloating Party." Tlio cpmlng of Miss Jane Coombs, who ap peared Inst week at Albaugh's, was heralded by notices of the most brilliant type, and yet for some reason she failed to excite any degree of enthusiasm among tho few who turned out to witness her, performances. Was It duo to any deficiency on her part or to tho general con servatism of tho Washington thcatrc-golng pub lic ? Perhaps In part to both. Tho production of her plnys aio hardly on terms with their highly emotional demands, and while- it can bo seen that her conception of tho character she assumes is approachably correct, hor declama tion is so much at fault that tho niceties of the climaxes so fatally important in tho drama arc lost in monotonously studied effects. I...

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. — 14 September 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1-4, 1890, FORGET-ME-NOTS. TOWN TALK. GREATLY ADMIRED. i&mwsjfcmjfcrrfcsu Something ought to he done with the police. Tho newspaper reports of tho outrageous arrests made during the past few weeks go far to prove that If tho pollco force of Washington arc not as n whole n gang of ruftlans there aro somo unmiti gated ruffians amoug them. The nrrcst of Mr. John II. Smith, ox-United States Minister to Haytl, by Officer Trnmmell was a ruffianly pro ceeding and the action of Officer Loftus In col laring Mr. Charles E. Leonard In front of tho Census Office, where ho was attending to legltl matcpublicbusinoss, anl in driving him through the streets In tho pollco wagon to the pollco sta tion, was even worse. There was no justification for the arrest In either case. Mr. Smith's of fense consisted In cautioning a number of negro boys against gathering around the officer, who had an old negro in custody, and Mr. Leonard was subjected to tho outrageous...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

JVnfr WLklig ixti&n&l lttttUxjmc. ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SEPTEMBER 14, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12 M THE POETESS AND PENCIL. TUEY MAK1S A PIZ.OBIMAOK TO SKIS WIlfTTIKK AND UOIulIES. And Arc ClinriniiiRly Kocolvcd by tho Ycnornblo l'oots Tho Ethoronl Appenr nnco of tho Good Old Quultor Dr. Holmes Still Spry unci Merry. My compagnon da voyage, tho Poetess, shared iti my cntlmslnsms and admiration for old Salem and Its environs, and gladly accepted my Invi tation that wo should "do" Its historic and tra ditional sights together. Tho charming recep tion given" to the W. N. P. A. by tho New Eng land Woman's Press Club had given us a tasto of the beauties pf tho ocean sido and tho north shoro as wo shared In their hospitalities at tho Willows the Saturday before, Had we not on that mcraorablo occasion gono to sea In a bowl 1 mean a launch, The Three Brothers as far as the rocky ribs of Marblehead ? And had not every one of us thought of "Old Floyd Ireson, with his hard heart, who was tarred an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1-4. 1S90. WE CONSUME MANY HORSES BUT NOT IN T1IK WAY TIIKY DO IN FKANCK. How Ilorscs Are Ucd by tlio Hard Work antl Hard Pnvomcnts of a City Llvory Horses Iiiist About a Year Hip I'rlces for 1'lno Turnouts. The statement that Washington is a great con sumer o horseflesh would not strike the over fastidious "Washluctonian as a very welcome piece of intelligence. But in "Washington the consumption is not carried on as it is In France, and the reader need not become alarmed at tho suggestion. The fact remains, however, that every year hundreds of horses arc brought to this city, used a 6hort time, and despatched no one knows exactly whither. There are seventy-five or eighty livery stables in the Capital City. They are of all sizes and conditions, but as a general rule it may bo said that the horses hired here arc of good quality. A reporter of Tun Hbiuld had an interesting talk with Mr. J. "W. La Tourette, tho well-known horse-dealer, of Tenth s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

.3graimaaggauroa&.-cia "Wimaff.'St. Carriages furnished without extra charge in twelve Western cities. -s LEAVE WASHINGTON ftllil 1 . aw The Grandest Tour of the Season. DAYS AT BAR HARBOR. THE MAINE RESOKT IS ALMOST AN ADAMIESS EDEN. Flonty of Girls Hut no Blon Tho Men Aro Wary, for Scheming Mammas Abound Young Men "Who Wear Sashes A Bar Harbor Dudo Women Who Carry "Re freshers" A Woman's Idea of Tolstoi. Special Correspondence of Sunday Heuald.1 Bah Haiuiok, Sept. 9. Civilization has been tho damnation of this place. The days when the girls sat on tho clerk's desk, dressed in llannels, and with their legs dangling over tho edge, show ing shoes thnt were meant to walk in, hailing each arrival in bifurcated garments as a won drous something, were days ol joy. Tho days when the buckboard jolted all indigestion out of tho "rnealcrs," ond tho day when irults and rnnntn from tho citv were not to be gotten, and peoplo eagerly ato bread and butter and huckle berries, and grew fat and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 September 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1890. IS YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING PROF. P I 1 L L maMKSMi LI I L i Prli- Tlie Finest Chemical Preparation in tlie World. Established in Washington, Do C., 1 868. T. A. COOK. T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTU3I, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHCEA, 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 the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy: D. K. CARTTEK, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. OL1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS. Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. K....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

MjJUIllll !! I f 9 , '; ' : JUxfr WUlig Wb&ki&n&l ntKliinttx 'V.'H- VOL. XXV. - WASHINGTON, SUNDA"?; SEPTEMBER 21, 1S90. 12 PAGES.' NO. 27 W A 11 ON THE M'KINLEY BILL , CONOKKTI2I) EUROPEAN ACTION ' AGAINST IT PROPOSED. A League "Whoso Object Will Do to TnKo Commercial Kypilniils Against America Austria TiiI'.um the Initiative in a Tariff War. Copyright by New York Associutcd 1'ross. Beulin, Sept. 20. Semi-official information Las been obtained to the oilect that Austria has taken the initiative in proposing, concerted European action against tbo McKfnley Tariff bill. The reports in the Paris newspapers that Franco had been invited to join the Drelbund do not mean the political league, but a league whose object will be to take commercial re prisals against America. The reports, however, were entirely premature. Chancellor Von Cap rlvl, evidently feeling himself lncnp.ible of de ciding the complicated questions involved in a tariff war, declined to commit Germany to any a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

rHESiCJ?iBALEIi-X). SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 18QO. AMldaMMlMWi til I ...ft. Ifi ' ' '.".IT v. ..j.v.i'J:'1 REBUILDING! GREAT IMPROVEMENT SALE KING nil A hm Nl c PALACE f S IN EV EPARTMENT We Are Displaying Advance Styles in FALL MILLINERY. H itT' r ' tMIl I PAL 812 AND 814 SEVENTH STREET XXjDI jXT Gr ! Jf. MONTANA'S CHIEF CITY. THE WHIPPING POST. Opportunities It Offers for Business Men and TVorlimen In Senrcli of Xcw Homes. ICorrespondence of The Sunday Hehald.1 Helena, Mont., Sept. 0. I -want to call the attention of the young men, of Washington who are looking for an opening In the West to the magnificent opportunities offered by this reeion. Although endless columns have been written about the West and the Northwest, still there are comparatively few Eastern people who have a correct idea of the real facts. They do not seem to grasp the limitless possibilities held out by the great mineral and agricultural wealth of this region. They do not realize that here are towns and cities do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

) ' I II I I I I I ' " I i i Mrs. Harrison is so pleased with Cresson that -It is not unlikely eho may send for tho Whito House chef to keep tho "pot hailing'" hrtor tho 20 tli instant, on -which date tho Mountain House closes.lts doors for the season. All vrho remain at Cresson nfter that time havo to do their own housekeepinc. Miss Jcannette llalford has been one of the most popular girls at Cresson this season. Secretary Halford has analn takon apartments at the Elscmere for the winter, and tho family is soon expected back. Mrs. Morton and daughters returned last week to their coun try 6eat, Ellerslie. from Bar Harbor. Tho Vice President came back to Washington early In tho week, and is stopping at tho Shoreham. Mrs. Wilmerdlue and Miss Alice "Wilmerdlnjr wero the guests of Mrs. Morton last week. Mrs. Proctor is now at her Vermont home. Her health is greatly improved, and it Is hoped that she will be able to tako part in tho winter eaiety. Mrs. Carey, who did tho honors of Secret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

THE StJlSHDAY HERALD.-SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1S9Q. miMiflrtiian t iUcritdj Jlnlioitfl1 3iiirlnccr. thf National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1M0. THE SUNDAY HERAtD ESTABLISHED IRS&. , - i , - . tfntorcd nt tho I?ost Office lit 'WnnhlnBton, D. 0.. as Sbcond-clnRfl Mutter. J. U. SOCIiK, A. T. HENSEV, .Vroprlotorn. Editorial nml Pttbllcntlon Offices, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. ANNOUNCEMENT ! Attention, Young People! The Sunday Hkh.vm) Is eoIur to giro a mag nificent present to tho most popular boy or girl in Washington. It will be somethinc every boy and girl would like to have, as well for Us utility and beauty as for Its Intrinsic value. The present will consist of an elegant 6itrry and a handsomo span of ponies, with silver" mounted harness, robes, and everything com-' plete, tho whole beautiful equipage costlnc upward of $750. Full particulars of the manner in which the present will be bestowed will appear In next Sunday's Herald. Get it, and prepare to answer the question, "V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNXA.Y, SEPTEMBER 21. 1S9G. ATHIjETIOS and rowing. Preparing for tlio Grout Itfcot. Tho combined oiTorts of tlid Columbia Ath letic Club, collectively nnd Individually, nrc being put, forth to make tho fall championship games ot tho Amateur Athletic Union, that takes placo hero October 11, tho greatest gath ering of athletes ever seen. Tho lowest esti mate placed on tho attoudanco ot nthletcs Is 2,000, and milled to this will be tho usual num ber of frlonds and admirers who will accom pany tho members. This Is oxpected to swell the number up to something llko 3,500, so It will bo seen that tho city will be In possession of the men of brawn and muscle about that time. The New York Athletic and tho Man hattan Athletics, of Now York, among which the greatest rivalry exists, havo chartered spe cial Pullman trains, and will como about threo bundled Btrong each, and they will whoop things up in a lively manner. A representative of Tim llr.KAM) visited Analostun Island ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

.,ivj MjjMMiwire5rauuuMHWiw-iatTH ...iN,3ri"ir rr tv jt-iil"--1- waw-HCJ virru -- A'Ak S2sM3WK - " ! k .1 W .W I M M t tVlllllllllT ril. J 1 lllllll.1l'' W la I r li f Tl I If 41 iPIikllll'll I lirT' T ivrk m klllla m SSSS JV.WKAIU Tit ITT IB U .tt.HfcL") M I' . "I. II. ! - J M kl 111 " CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. House. Mr. Bowden introduced a bill (II. R. 12045) fortho relief of Civil Eng. U. S. G. White, U S ' Mr. Oatos presented tbo bill (H. K. 120?3) granting n pension to the widow of the Into J. W. Rhodes, who was n It. in the rovonuc marino service of theU. S. The resolution (S. 51) appointing R. II. Jack son, a hero of the Saiuoan disaster, nn ensign in the Navy has been ndopted by the House. The bill (S. 134) ordering that Rear Adm. S. P. Carter, U. S. N., be paid tho amount due him as rear adm. on the retired list, less tho amount already received by him as comino.. was passed. The bill (II. R. 5323) restoring Tenodor Ten Eyke. late capt. in the ISth Inf., to his former rank...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1890, r r ' ti' ', '"-!-! - - ' A 'I fai.'inB'iitJi OFFICE OF D. J. GOLDENBERG, THE MONUMENTAL P 937 and 939 F ST. N.W. Our first announcement through The Sunday Herald we think should be a little description of our department what they contain and what inducements they offer. We have been visited by thousands of ladies last week, and we are sure that all of them found that we were very modest in speaking of ourselves in the Opening Announcements in the daily papers. Our house is one of old standing in Baltimore, and we found ourselves better known here than we anticipated A great many patrons of our Baltimore house-paid us a visit last week and were more than pleased to find us located here. Now, in speaking of the stock, beginning with MILLINERY, we claim that no house in Washington has ever shown such a superb variety of styles of TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS, and at such low figures. We need not make comparisons with prices charged by other h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. SKl'TBMBKR 21, 1S90. mMM.MawTBZi3rmuijrMat&3MJ3mtJ&z&mMumixaijKTB WHERE EVERYTHING IS. We wu nt everybody to attend our Fall Opening. You'll Jind every JLciartment stocked to iln full measure with the choicest, most sensible ojferings of the Foreign and Domestic markets. The reconstruc tion is complete. We are equipped with every facility that will contribute to your comfort and convenience FIKST FLOCK. Gents' riivnlshings. Glen's and Hoys' Shoes. Ztlen's lints. Uoy's mul Children's lints. Trunin, Traveling lings, lite. Vnv Kobe. SECOND FLOOB. Imdieh' and Misses' Shoes. Boys' and Children's Clothing. Boys' and Childron's Furnishings. Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, mid Kobesi do Ghnmber. L THIHB PLOOH. Men's Clothing. Ijivorie-.. FOURTH FLOOH. Ladies', blisses', and Children's Clonics, 8 Suits, and I?urs. Tailoring. General and Private Olllces. FIFTH FliOOH. KescrvoStoclf. Work Booms. KISZBZZZZZX&Ei S22U5E32 f J.ini'ijiTJii.'Ju-rr f This is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

Jtaxft 391&&til:g ixi&n&l InilJUxjimjCtftf ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SEPTEMBER 21, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12 WANTED : A BUSINESS MAN. OFF TO SCHOOL AGAIN. WHY EIGHTH DISTKICT DKMOCKATS OPPOSE GEN. W. II. F. TiEIS. AN AlOIY OP HOYS AND GIKI.S KB SUH1C TUEIU STUDIES TO-MOHROW. Mm i' Not So JVluch a Political as a Practical Husl ucss Question Thoy Want u Koprcsen tatl vo Who is Not Only n Democrat, Hut an Enorgotlc Man Who Will Ho Allvo to the material Interests of His Constitu ents Hnmo Contrasted "With Leo. From the Fairfax Herald. The announcement of the Hon. Frank Huinc as an Independent Democratic candidate for Congress brings the people of the Eighth Dis trict face to face with the question whether Hume or Lee shall represent them in the Con gress of the United States. It is a question of more than ordinary importance, and should bo considered seriously and dispassionately, and with a duo regard for the best interests of the district. Wo know that intolerance is a relic of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1SQO. io FAR FROM MADDING CROWD BAB" IN A MOUNTAIN 1VAHTY IN THE ADIRONDACKS. "Whoro T.lfo is Very Itonl, rconlonro Natu ral, nml Good Health 1r Rampant Llfo In a Fashionable Mountain Cnmp Sky larking ami Fun Singing Rounil a Cninn-flrc anl Dancing In a lint. Special Correspondence of Sunday Heiiai.p. 1j- The AntnoNDACics. September 15. Not nt any of the fashionable hotels, not whero sad-faced invalids go up and dreadful looking coffins corao down, but In the vety heart of tho Adlrondacks, whero ono Is healthfully tired at 0 o'clock nnd ready for the fray nt 7, do I abide. Tho bouso Is highly prized, though it cannot be called palatial. It consists of one largo room, built of ood sturdy logs, having an enormous fireplace, and tho beds built Into the wall HUo so many shelves. When tho owner goes up ho takes tho mattresses and blankets aud all the belongings necessary for a mountain out ing, and when ho comes away ho can turu tho key on tho hou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

THE; SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1S90. 11 1 - AMONG THE PLAY HOUSES. liAST "WEEK'S BILLS AND THOSE OF THE COMING WEEK. much lntorest In ho Production or "'Tho Sea Klnc" Another Hlgh-dnss Vaude ville Show Coming to tho Nntlonnl Meloilrnmn nt tho Illjnu NnteH. "Around Ihe World In Eighty Days," whoso whiskers had become hoary a year ago, appeared at Albaugh's Grand Opera House last week and by tho dazzle of Hntand tinsel succeeded in hid ing its venerable age before tho largo audiences which turned out to viow its features. This Is tho fifth season tho spectacle has been upon tho road, but the fact that tho Kiralty .brothers arc united again in a managerial capacity after sev eral years' separation lent additional interest to thq production. Tho "incidentals" to the piece, which really constitute its attractions now that tho story has become familiar, aro now und bril liant and the costumes gorgeous and costly. It is difficult to specify among tho kaleidoscopic figures in col...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 September 1890

IS THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SI, 1S90. WAT NE WEEK. BEGINNING MONDAY. "VT-EHDisrEiBiDJk.'y jrr 2. nyE-A.THsTElES SJT tTiRXXAX- JLT 2. 9 SEPT. 22 isr t$ "igr cs rfWwThi towtlfta mHm VEt. S.J&. .V A "HM - Tfc Wf Mr MBEE THE BISECTION OF T. D. MARKS AWB P. B. 3HAFFNEB. A Congress of Celebrated Artists Culled From the Principal European Theatres. The Largest, the Best, the Most Novel, the EVlost Refined siEsoxiiLa8!?" coiMPA.ir"r loxr tioie AVIEZGIC BEGINNING 3OINruVY. SSEXTJEXJBJ3K 20. THE NEWS OP THE LODGES. HAITESIXGS OF THE WEEK AMONG THE FRATERNITIES. The Lute Warden Croclior Buried "With Im poslng Masonic Coreinonlea Conferring Degrees Notes for Rcclinbltes, Odd Fol lows, nnd Independent Itfeclinnics. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Subordinate Lodaes. Masonic Temple Daw son No. 1G, Monday, 22d; Federal No. 1, Tues day, 23d; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday, 25th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 20tb; Hope No. 20, Friday, 26th. A. 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. — 28 September 1890

Pnnte W 3KniK 33lfelf Uettixm&l Inttlistnc VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S90. 16 PAGES. NO. 28 THE CAREER OF MRS. FISH. TIIK ROMANTIC STORY OFTHEWOMAN IN TnE GUY CASK. Some or tho Unpublished Testimony Taken by Col. Robert and Sent to tho Senate Lieut, Gny'B Relations With tho Woman Ilor Former Marriage ntul Snd Expe riences With Professor Fish. Among tho papers sent to tho Senate by tho District Commissioners In tho case of Lieut. Our, called for by a resolution of the Senate, i thcro is much testimony taken by Engineer Commissioner Robert that throws some Interest ing light upon tho relations which existed be tween Lieut. Guy and Mrs. Fish. It appears from statements taken by Commissioner Robort that Mrs. Fish has had a romantic career and that she has encountered, possibly to a greater extent than would be her'just proportion, the vicissitudes of life. Bom In England , of prepossessing appear ance, highly educated, uud of refined family, it was her father's desi...

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