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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

TPIK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1SQO. 13 l CAPITAL NOTES. Bertie, the lamb, says: "Wo fellows at the club, wo pretend wc are devils of fellows, but we ain't." The sobcil3-clad young women wo meet on the (streets dally, the Lenten season showing In all thctr pot-up, the long lashes of their downcast eyes washing their pink checks, their little gloved hands holding beautifully bound prayer books, pretend thoy aro very devout but they "ain't." The fact Is womun are born actresses, and like to try the effect of their different characters on men. During Lent I the temptation to lay aside earthly things and ' observe the effect of spirituality on Alphonso Is ' too Irresistible to bo put away. These demure little creatures are very fascinating, and Cupid has a busy time of it during the forty days' de voted to fasting. This naughty elf hides be tween the covers of hymnals, makes a nest for ' himself in the corners of the very pews, and many a flirtation has been commenced between ( r...

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 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

14: THE SUNDAY HBRA.IvE, SUNDAY, MARCH 23,1S90. i DEVELOPING THE CITY. NEW BLOCKS AND NKW IIOUSKS AND M.ANS FOK NEW RAITAVAYS. Encourngtnc Status of tlioKock Creole Park Project Need, of ii Kpal Kfitnto Ex clinnRo How SmoU an Institution Could Do Established Plans for Now KuUrtliiBs Two amcuiltncuts to the Hock Crook L'ark bill were offered on Tuesday by the committee hav ing the matter In charge. First, that the name bo changed to "Columbus Memorial l'ark;" and second, that ono-hnlf. of the original cost ho put upon the Dlstiict. The latter is of mone tary interest to the tax-payers here, and will meet with a certain amount of disapproval, but I believe that a largo majority will be satisfied with the arrangement. "While at first it will temporarily deplete the District's pockctbook very quickly, the increased value of taxable property will reimburse nil outlay. The bill has been repotted favorably, and it appears that ntlast we will secure our great National l'ark. X HEAL ESTATE E...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

fVvl THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1SQO. 15 r i THIS INN 1811 MFB. W kMw ttwre Is a life within the llfo Of Mti who, torttlng, treads tho conquered WHJJ Hr r rr ctnfe behind the strife That Mk l wwn to wage from Jay to dny. We AmI ourtlvM oontendlng with n world In which awbUkw rulei and prldo holds sway; We drink and rcolT, ltk othora, nro poiscssed With xml to prmp tho baubles as wo may. So we are Judged to bo alike as bsse As h who tell i for pottugo all he hath Who iMs not only love and Joy and truth, Hut yields for this his soul's Immortal worth. He thou nrrae beforo this heartless Judgo, Urnve heart that hath with uniecn valor fought; Strive not to hold against tho world a grudge, And sell the sunshlno of thy llfo for naught. Tho world can never know theo as thou art. Much lets with truth can Jmlgo thee as It ought; Hut If thou hnst with courngo dono thy part, For thco there's nothing further to bo sought. 'TIs well for us to toll and strive to win Alt that our health a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 March 1890

M. 16 THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1S90. IS T T Li L1 MISERABLE ? YOUR IF SO WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING OF. COOK Tlie Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. PR LIFE ? Established in Washington, D. C, 1868. INFLAMMATION, DYSJPEJPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SOME EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRIKEA, ACIDITY OE 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. Prom the use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem it duo its worthy disco vorer and the public to add our earnest commendation of 1U efficacy. D. K. ARTHUR, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. OLIN, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. i DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R.J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. R. J. MEIGS, Jn., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FRE...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

m IKl 3Ui& W-whlig Wr&bi&n&l ntelli&nxX! VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JVEAJRCH 30,189016 PAGES. NO. 2 GUILTY OF WIFE MURDER. SKKTJSNCK 01" DKATH HANGS OVKll AVII.T..IAM DOUGI.ASS. 3InjoBy or tho law Vindicated Deiul Still ness or tho Court Itrolton by the Gronns of tho Convicted Man Incident of tho Trlul. The Criminal Court, Chlct Justice Bingham, was occupied yesterday with the case ot Wil liam Douglass Cross, indicted for the murder of his wife, llattic Cross, In October last. Tho principal witness of tho day was the prisoner, who went over the various phases of his life, and coming down to tho time of his maniago related manylnstanccs ot jealousies on me part of his wife. Sho had often threatened to take the life of any one she caught with him. On tho night of tho tragedy, Cross said, his wife followed him out, as she said she believed ho was going to meet another woman. Wit ness went down Eighth to D street and to Vir ginia avenue, and stepped out in the str...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

ml WWMWjWWWw-wr.. I THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY. MARCH 30, 1890. THE KING -OF KING'S PALACE REIGNS SUPREME! . HOT1MW WjmWXllWMIICjfWW'iaUl WlilUmjiJWiWUBWKWW 812-814 SEVENTH STREET, p I lfl jHi if 81 1-813-815 EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST, Enlarged to Four Times its Original Size, Occupying Over Twenty Thousand (20,000) Square Feet on the Ground Floor. MMHM UBfcifcliMliM riiniii rine? and Easter wXJLXJLl. oi jvr HSBREh T, 1 m I3XT B ajxtid vv llMllll.l iu AT3 mMbmi MnHni nnlni Embrac the Lalesl Parisian Pattern Hats and Bonnets Novelties in the Millinery Line, st 1 STiES IBEES jL23X3BX3 T-OOB HH cXji3ijiC3"vrzrrc3r K Which We Wilt inaugurat id We day Ap m ? J k IN" 33 MEW sasSse T5? G SPECIAL NOTICE.---Our Dry Goods Department will be in Charge of R. SOL RICE, formerly of Lansburgh $c Bro. TO 3VE"3r 'JPJkJT'FLOlSrz I take this occasion to thank my patrons for their patronage and generous support extended to me during the past twelve years, which has enabled me to extend my business from yea...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

BWMBBWMBBMMMBMB1IJMBB "m' '3J vf '9 Mrs. Ilnnison, Mrs. Wanatnakcr, Miss Waua maker. Miss Bertha Robinson, (Miss Waua makcr's guest,) Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harrison, anil Mrs. V. P. Wilson, ot Philadelphia, re turned from their Southern trip on Thursday evening. Secretary and Mrs. Noble entertained the President and Mrs. Harrison at a sumptuous dinner Thursday evening. The tabic was tilmmcd with roses of thoCatheriuoMcrnict and La France varieties. The- dorsagc bouquets for the ladles were composed of long-stemmed roses, tied with ribbons. Mrs. Noble wore a lovely Paris gown of silvery pink, draped with mousseline de sole, embroidered In gold and silk in a ilowcr pattern. The corsage and long train were made of striped brocaded satin. A sash of pale-pink crfipc completed this exqui site toilet. The guests were the President and Mrs. Harrison, the Vice President and Mrs. Morton, Speaker and Mrs. Reed, Secretary and Mrs. Windom, Secretary Proctor, the Post master General and Mrs. Wanam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

TI-iE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH SO.. 1890. iy $xxixKri 1i)jcjctU&c iUrtStlij ilaiionn1 $niciHgcnccr. Vkf National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 13G0. THS SUNDAY HERALD CSTAOUSKEO I3CA. Kntorcd m tho lont OlUro tit Washington, D. C. as Second-class Mntter. 1KRSONAIjS. a. ii. souii:, a. t. iikxsky, . .. Proprietors. Sd Mortal and rnbllcnlion Ottlces, Xo. 400 Tnnth Stroot Northwest. $!i0 U1DAVAU1). TVII2 SUNDAY HKKALD" is convinced that there is an organized gang of paper thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers nrntiml and tuho tho papers from the door steps. AVc will pay a reward or' $110 for the arrest and conviction of any one of theso thieves. $80 HBAVARD. Subscriber!, will confer a favor by notify ing this olllct when they fall to receive their paper, in order that tho matter may bo properly investigated. XOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (f u ml wince) per year $ 2. fiO Remittances should be made bi postal note, money order, or checks on Kcio Tork or Washing ton. Wlicn ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, jVIA.RCI-1 30. 1S90. t.. SOCIETY NEWS AND CHAT. Continued from tercnth paac The Ibsen readings were concluded on Sntur dny afternoon ly Mrs. WInslow 'a reading of "tho Doll's House," In the ulcgaut parlors of Mrs. Justice Fuller. A fine nudlcnco was In attendance to enjoy Mrs. Wlnslow's reading of this oomparativcly unknown author, who lifts tho veil from the Inner life, and exposes Its limitations in a way that is almost appalling. As the name of the play Indicates, tho "Doll's House" is founded upon the unstable founda tion of marriage as we sec it in the world to day. Mrs. Wlnslow, while reading, stood be fore a screen across the bay window. She wore a white gown with black lace. She has made a very deep impression upon the Wash ington audiences before which she has ap peared. Among those' present wore Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Hildrup, Mrs. Nordhofi, Miss AVllson, Mrs. Jeremiah Wilson, Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. William Henry, Mrs. S. 1 Browne, Mrs. Lan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

it-'TV i .'( . 'Z , ivijxji. mwi itilkM mmmmmMW, - - '".JS 'i VI B.VWAAV .iappjippsja ?r" r liJO " .T&sJ5m .'mS25rsmv,t-,L. m xy&Kwu .,f. . cs:3fc 1 f?j?i US' ID uc"3ks, fffiw A 5 tOAAwfflr - wmaas iffiiaiiiiKiHii: CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Sunati:. Mr. PluinVhitroduccd n bill (3240) to reduce the pny proper of the minors enlisted in the Array. .,.,,, TT Mr. Turple adversely reported the bill II. 54SS) to Incrcaso the pension of Mary M. Gib son, widow of Comdr. Wilson Gibson. Mr. Sawyer reported the bill (1540) granting nu increase of pension to Mrs. bailie M. Mich ler, widow of the late Brig. Gen. Nathaniel Michler, U. S. A. Mr. Farwell introduced a bill granting a pen iou of $2,000 a year to Mary, widow of the late Maj. Gen. George Crook. Mr. Gorman introduced a joint resolution au thorizing Comdr. Dennis AV. Mullau to accept a medal'Chili presented to him as a memento of his presence at the hcadqrs. of the Chilian army at the battles of Chorillos and Mirallorcs, in Peru. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1S9Q. J a? SOCIETY NEWS AND Oil AT. Continued from third page. The reception at Willard'a llotol Wednesday evening: to the Pan-Am ci lean delegates was not only largely attended, but proved to ho one of the most enjoyable and successful of the series given to that illustrious body of men during their sojourn in the Capital, and it eocs without saying there have been mauy brilliant ones tendered them. The ladles of the press, assisted by Col. Staples, had made every con ceivable arrangement for tbo entertainment of the guests by preparing an intellectual bill of fare as well as a material feast. That distin guished citizen, Mr. M. M. Parker, introduced the delegates to Mrs. M. D. Lincoln, the presi dent of the association, and each lady in lino was in turn introduced. The following ladies were the receiving paity: First, the officers of the "Ladies' Press Association," Mrs. M. D. Lincoln, president, in crimson velvet, and all her medals of honor s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH SO, 1SQO. SI MIS All To put the rough, rollick ing hoys into refined garb ta7ccs STOUT clothes. They won't take care of them. Don't expect it. Now, a week from, to-day they'll want something that's dressy. They have their little parts to taJce in the services and obser vances of Easter and you. want your scion as well dressed as your neighbors. We'll 'lend to that if you will let us. If its short pants they're wearing give'em a vest with -'cm. That's new style. JIa7:es them feel more dignity. If you say not, though, we have the two-piece suits in Just as pretty effects. Long pant suits no differ ent from men's except the pat terns are more juvenile woven for the uscthcy're put to. Not pirated out of men's fabrics. As dressy you want them. SacJi's, Cutaways, and Prince Alberts. The Kilts are a perfect picture gallery of artistic disjday. Good as they look. More of them than you'll find anywhere else. Reefers, Jersey Suits, Velvet j Suits,Light-weigJ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

? JV.ft fr 3H&hliQ 3fttitttt&i ntlligwcx! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. IVIA.RCH 30,1890. PAGES 9 TO 16 SQUIRMS FOR A LIVING. .A FA MI lit AH TALK WITH THE MAN SKItPKNT. IIo Tolls How Ho Cnine to Got Into H1a Peculiar Xilno of HuBlnoss Iilfo on tho Variety Stago Is Not ns IMennnnt a It Might He. A semi-twilight filled tho stage and audlto riutn of the big variety theatre. How after row -of vacant scats stared loncsoincly ut the reporter as he stood upon tho stago gazing curiously about bim. There were several groups of per formers engaged in rehearsing various "special ties,"' as they term theiracts, onthestago beside him. A banjoist sat strumming upon his in strument near the footlights, accompanied by the crashing orchestra; a song-and-dance man here and there went through the intricacies of his double-shufllc or breakdown; "knockabout" comedians, with solemn, uninterested counte nances, were repeating their gags and jokes; sentimental song-warblers under cover of the orchestra hummed...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

&T T"w m 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 30. 1890. Pr BAB GOSSIPS OF CLOTHING. PKETXY WOMAN'S GOWNS, UEtt COR SETS AN1 HER UNDERWEAR. What tho Comtnn Woman Will Wonr Tlio Vrcsont Woman In SonMbly I)reiscd Dress Keformors Scored YVlint 1m Good Socloty ? Special Correspondence ot Sunday Herald. New York, March 2?, 1890. Among tho various notices about reform in olothlng it is rather startling to rend an opinion headed: "Skins will not be worn I" Person ally I was sufficiently ignorant to wonder if the next generation of women were going to be sufficiently healthy to sit in their bones and do without any exterior covering. It was an inter esting thing lo think out, but, at the samo time, it seemed a little odd, so I concluded to read tho rest of tho paragraph, and I discovered it was the usual announcement that the frocks of the coming woman would bo modeled on hy gienic principles; that the present woman was carrying about a superfluous weight of clothing; that the coming woma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 30. 1S90. 11 4 SECRET SOCIETY AFFAIRS. MATTERS OF INTKKKST IN MASONIC ANI OTIIKlt OIIlCIiKS. "Shrine, Work !" A Gom of Mnnonlc Klo- quenco- Mnsonlo Cnlenilar for Tills Wook-llroozo Among the Itochabltes What the Mechanics arc Doing. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings ot the ensuing week: Lodges. Masonic Temple National No. 12, Tuesday, let; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 2d; La Fayette No. 19, Thursday, Od; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 4th. A. A. S. H. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris, U. D., Wednesday, 2d. Blue lloom: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue lllrnm No. 10, Friday, 4th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 1st; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday, 2d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Mount Horeb No. 7, Thursday, Od. Royal and Select Masters. 1007 G street Washington Council No. 1, Monday, 31st. Commandcrles Kniqhts T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

SVfSf' 12 THE SUNDAY'HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 3Q. 18901 NEWS OF TUB THEATRES. EVENTS OV TIIK 1'AST AND OFTItK COMING WEEK. Another Successful I.lcht Opera Imgacc niont Ilcuvf Tragedy nml Hoyt Com edy on This Week' IHlls General Notrn oT the Theatrical World. Whatever Rudolph Aronson puts on the stage in the way of light opera is a success not so imicli because ot anj towering excellence on the part of the principals of the company, although lie has many who arc eminently capable, but be cause he so thoroughly manipulates his material si6 to secure from it the best possible results in every respect. His productions at Albaugh's last week were characterized by the same dash and spirit which marked the rendition of "The Brigands" earlier in the season by the other contingent of his operatic force. "The Drum Major," or, as it has been known here before, "The Drum Major's Daughter," occupied the boards durinc: the earlier part of the week, and was followedby "Nadjy" and "Ermlnlc," both disti...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

m THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 189D. 13 SOME NOTABLE PICTURES. THIS FINK COMjKOTTON OF A SOUTH AMKlilOAN Dll'LOMAT. Kxiuni1(!H of tlio Olil Musters In Senltor Mcuiinncu'ri aullory Koiunrkiililo His tory of u THIiiti Something About the Kic)(;rIunvoH of iiu Art KnlhusIiiRt. Scfior do Mcndoncn, special Brnzlllnn envoy to this country, is an enthusiast on art. He lins only been a resilient of Washlimton for a few months, but already hh beautiful home on New Hampshire avenue is celebrated for its free and hearty hospitality, ami it. con tains one of the mo6t notnblo collections of pictures In tho city. Mr. do Mcndonca is a very approachable and agreeable gentleman. His enthusiasm for and appreciation of art became quickly apparent. Ho is of medium height and a fastidious dresser. His complexion is a clear olive and his hair coal black and straight. Ho is of the Brazilian type and of Portugues'c descent, like most of his countrymen. Ills picture gallery begins at tho spacious en ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

Wf 11 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 30.1S90. H I ! i 11EALTY AND BUILDING. rin:ssiNO FoinvAiin xhk duvkioi'- MENT OF THK CITY More Now Kiillroiul Projects Plnns for 1'xtcmlliiR tlio Streets Dcslrnlilllty and Dcnmntl for Suburban Houses Kent Es tato Transfers anil Hulldinp: Permits. HTBUA.TURB AS A BUSINESS. Marlboro, Mil., comes to the front, nml will make application to Incorporate tlic Washing ton and Marlboro Electric Railroad, to run from that village to Washington, entering our city by way of the new I'cnnsylvania-avcnuo bridge. Senator Iugalls has Introduced a bill to ex tend the line of the Columbia Hallway Com pany. The bill provides for a double track from its present termination, the Treasury De partment, along Pennsylvania avenuo to Sov cnteeuth street, to K street, a single track along G street to Twenty-second street, a double track from Twenty-second street along G street to New Hampshire avenue. The track then follows New Hampshire avenuo south to the Potomac liv...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

11 XHE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 30 . 1890. 15 BY PROXY. Some fellows think It joy ecstatic To wait 'round sttiKO doors In tho rain For lively danipels operatio Who havo a jienciajil for champagne. Well, let them quaff tho wine that fizzes With pocket-books, llko owners, lint; With demoiselles In paint and frizzes; I know a trick worth two of that. 1 too adoro a burlesque fairy; But with her waste no tlmo nor chaff. I sit In my apartments airy And contomplnto her lithograph. That lithograph Is quite as pretty As she who gavo this heart a pane It's much more modest, qtilto ns witty; It does not kIkitIc nor ubo slang. It sings ns well as sho preclsoly. "lis ne'er provoked without Just cauie. It does not "make up;" drosses nicely, And has regard for grammar's laws. It does not lllrt with other follows, Preferring their small talk to mine; Nor docs Its dress to reds and yellows With llarlug constancy Incline. It is no turbulont young,gypsy That co3t8 a lot for gems and How'rs, Is fon...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 March 1890

-vs.rf. , 16 TC?3 USitjrSrtj biWHSI flfcdfc. EBRHIBH BCn SJBBBRH Tlie Finest Clieniioail Preparation in the IN FLAM MA T ION, DYSPEPSIA, IX DIGESTION. CATAUPU. 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 nnd the public to add our earnest commendation of it3 efllcacy. D. K. ARTHUR, Chief Justice. AUTHUtt MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. R. OLIN, Associato Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associato Justice. R..T. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. H. J. MEIGS, Jn., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FREDERICK DOUGLASS, Marshal for District ot Columbia. L. P. WILLIAMS. Deputy Marshal for District ot Columbia. ALEXANDER SHARP, Ex-Marshal for District of Columbia. G. W. PHILIPS, Ex-Deputy Marshal for District of Columbia. A. WEDSTER, Register of Wills for District of Columbia....

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