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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

' """ . ARMY NOTES. Secretary Proctor loft Tuesday for a week's visit to his homo at Proctor, Vt. The leave of absence granted Capt. K. L. Hoxle, Corps of Fugs., Sept. 10, has been ex tended 1 month. Col. E. S. Otis, 20th Inf., sunt, recruiting service, has been ordered to visit Joflcrson Bar racks, Mo.; Columbus Barracks, Ohio, nnd Davids Island, N. Y. II., every "3 months, and make an inspection of the recruiting depots. Capt. F. K. Upham, 1st Caw, has been re lieved from recruiting Ecrvice, and granted leave of absence for 4 months on account of disa bility. First Lieut. C. P. Elliott, 4th Cav., has been relieved from further duty at Fort Myer, Va., and will report to comdg. officer Fort Sherman, Idaho, for duty with Troop G, 4th Cav. The followine transfers in tho 10th Cav. have been ordered: 2d Lt. J. B. Huches, from Troop B to Troop L; 2d Lt. M. W. Rowell, from Troop L to Troop B; 21 Lt. K. G. Paxton, from Troop D to Troop M; 2d Lt. L. J. Fleming, from Troop M to Troop D. Lts....

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. — 12 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER12, 189Q. 11 BARNES $c WEAVER, IRyZE-A-Xj ESTATE BROKERS, 629 T Street N. W. FOH SALE Ono o those Elcnant Now Bricks on south sido of T street, between Ninth nnd Tenth northwest. Great bargain for ten days. For permit apply to office. FOR SALE Beautiful Homo on Westminister street, between Ninth and Tenth northwest. Can be sold very cheap. For permit apply to office. FOll SALE No. 130 E street northeast; six rooms, concreto cellar under whole house; every now convenience. This Is a new bay-window, prcsB-brlck. Lot 17x70 to ten-foot alley, and is very cheap at $4,500, with oasy terms. House open for Inspection. ZB-A-ZEZLSTIES &c No. 639 AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN McCORMICK'S SIDE POCKET, 310 SIXTH STREET. POOL FIFTY CENTS PER HOUK. Ocl2-ly BOB HOLTZMAN, CHOICE Wine AND 1412 New York Ave. N. AV. ocl2-ly 66 ?? rIISriTSTGJ- ROOMS 030 PENNA. AVENUE. OIJE!iV 30-A.Y AND NIGHT. DON'T F0KGT3T OUR BUTTEU CAKES AND COFFEE-TEN CENTS. ool2-ly ocl2-ly Tm' Pool...

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

ft d&Tsw eseo .---..-cttrtwVW . . .. "L.ir..f"i! .iilUMIHUM" "HUP-" - , fwft Mpiiiii?s!W ,ww Hh5gMs0-iL Asg3iefflsr vws-r. : x1 gr--r bi i'uwji . i i'Am&TA .ym n7W7iflMisA w&io?w b, Ar.2s?fc$i 'yrS3iiJHMiwA.sVA. .mia.i , ah ,i s''kzss25s a s: jisrnT"zzr: 1 wti ff fi wiH,imdfflfiKaTffi to& ;rtv.m&tMWM& vtt vm wMmK'mjx:-- '''"illwl lif em1 HIP Mrs. Harrison Is having quite a spell of rest during this period "between the seasons." On Friday evening she received the delegates to the Oman's Foreign Missionary Association. The 200 ladies composing the delegation were presented to Mrs. Harrison by Mrs. Isabel Hart, corresponding secretary of the Baltimore branch. The reception took place in the East Boom, which was handsomely adorned with flowers and plants. The latest fad among the fortunate ones who are spending these glorious fall days at country cottages is to give "autumn leaf luncheons." It goes without saying that these are "dovo parties," which is the new na...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

nayfflggflgsaaa m rpiwswiHwrtwni) I THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1S90. 13 THE CAttlD OF A AVATOII. Soino ShiMilo niul Sensible Directions on nn Itnitortiutt Subject. From the Ladies' Homo Journal. Tlicre Is no other pcrsonnl belonging to which good enro Is moro essential tlinn n watch, nml hnrrtly nny other t lint is moro recklessly ill-used. The hnby plnys with it, thchousowifo lnys sticky fingers upon it, it, is left open nt night for con venience, or subjected to altcrnntlons of hent and cold by being hung ngalnst tho chimney Hue. There is tho highest nuthority for saying that the best plnco for a watch is its owner's pocket. The pocket should be a clean one, and tho watch bo further protected by a chamois bag. It should bo wound up with cvon, 6teady motion, not too fast or too slow, and as nenr as possiblo nt the same hour of the day. Morning is tho best time for it, nnd if it is done whil the watch has still nn hour or two to run thcro will bo much less wear nnd tear ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

1A THE SUNDAY HKRAJUD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1890. i t rj i c 1 T a s c I F t r s u & t il p Si 11 C T a n El al is t( tl a ii bi ni fa 01 te tr v w be w bj se CI bi vl tr dt or Pi fo ca m ac M Gl Pr vi CO tli Pr 1V( Se Ci Hr. Mi Sc Pa d'1 d'J tei to Ki lac tli) p.r tlo Fc a t Ai an wi wa an 3 a- foi thi lyi r Fo W St. I the tee frc I wil CU wl ( tui tap ree 3 tat tie Oc 1 av tin EtS 3 to COi I'll ( is E01 Jo: Ne Tli mo aft W 1 tl On hit W THE! OUR $35 SUIT GUT TO ORDER. Very Host Trimmings. Finn Foreign Qootls. First-class Cutting Talent. Largo Selection Styles. ARALL COLUMN. The Hlgh-Prlced Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent, large Selection Styles. Ply What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket. HAVE YOU VISITED OUR STOKE ? I) -Hi Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, JL. C Which is one of 5Ji Branch Stoves of the BOSTON ; Mass. mou tli Rock Pants Co. HEADQUARTERS FOll AMERICAN WATCHES. 1 carry the largest ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

m THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER12, 1890. 15 1 L fclCORHS' KENISON & SONS, Chiropodists and Manicures, 418 Twelfth St. N. W., Washington, D. 0., Boston, Now Bedford. Providence, Newport, New York, Chicago, J31. Louis. ool2-ly Gcnls' Suits Scoured and Pressed, SI. lv. JL. XIA.IIN, 703 Ninth street uorthwest, 125 North Kutaw Bt., Baltimore. COATS, r.0c. PANTS. 25o. VESTS. 25e. ALTERING AND REPAIRING DONE IN THE UEST MANNER. Goods culled for and delivered. Telephone Call, 143-2, Washington. oclg-ly DR. J. R. BERRY, D. D. S., ASSISTANT DEMONSTRATOR OP THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, HAS TAKEN PARLORS AT 1010 FIFTEENTH STltEET NOltTHWEST, And solicits patronage. Gas, Nitrous Oxide, nnd all Anesthetics atinunistorcu. ocm-umu THOMAS W. IMNEW WHOLESALE DEALEU IN HAY AMD STRAW 1113, 1115 O STREET Northwest, uiy7-ly0 HEHMAN J. MARTIN, 004 G Street N. "W. EXPERIENCE. UNIQUE. ItELIABILITY. ORIGINAL. SATISFACTION. ARTISTIC. Good work. Fair dealing. Low price. oc5-lyro S1IEETZ & CO., Manu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER12, 1SQO. 53 7 IS .A-IRIECIEiT SPAOE, BETWBBIsr SEYE3STTH JJSTJD BIG-HTH STREETS. A. "We do not profess to be the protectors of anybody, do not sell our goods on the PROTECTIVE, but on the REFORM SYSTEM, which every one knows is the lowest. A word about the TARIFF LAW, which is being used so much nowadays as a "BLUFF" (excuse expression) by a great many merchants, saying it does not affect THEIR prices, as goods were bought before that law passed. Now, is there any merchant who DIDN'T buy his stock before the 6th of October, the day this law went into effect? We can assure you that not a dollar's worth of goods has arrived in this city yet that the new advance has had any effect on. We are among the rest. Have laid in a larger stock of Cloaks and Millinery than ever. Bought same as cheap as any one. Isn't one person's dollar as good as another's in this country? We are not going to be left at the post, and will start among the leaders if anything...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

J JUtix 39K&klg txiirxn&l ltttU$u. VOL. XXIV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 189016 PAGES. NO. 31 ASSASSINATION LEAGUES. KEIGN OFTEUUOK IN SEW OltLEANS OirriOIAI,S THREATENED. Tho Chief of 1'ollco Murdorod for Doing: His Duty Torrlblo Secret Ordors Ex tat Damaging Evidence Developed Hunting tho "Vondotta Heavy Howards. New Oiilkans, Oct. 18. Joseph Macheca and the other leading Italians against whom affidavits wero mado yesterday after tho partial confession of Scoffldl were arrested this morn ing, charged with being accessories to tho mur der of Hennessey. At a special mooting of tho council at noon Mayor Shakespeare's message was read, denouncing tho murder of Hennessey by Sicilians through hired assassins, declaring that tcrrlblo secret orders exist In New Orleans, and that in this lnstanco tho chief of police was assassinated for doing his duty In enforcing American law; that any citizen performing his duty or under any circumstances creating en mity of theso is liable t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

",'iai "" - f" 'wn-m"mwr' V'r jwwips1 2 THE) SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1890. T TALK ON MANY TOPICS. A YOUNO "WOMAN'S CIEYKIISKXTCIIES OF NKW YORK T.IFK. Tlio Now Color nml tlio Story of n KnsHlon nl)lo Hello Which It Kovnmps Tho Tulo of n tonic A Now Uso for l'oroim Plns tors Powder nml SnucorRougo Corsets nml Tight Lacing. From our Regular Correspondent. New Yoiik, October 17. Tho town is given over to one color 1 do not xncan red, though considerable of that prevails but'I do mean mauve. Of this dainty and dcll cato color there are said to be seventy-two dif ferent shades, and to start a man out to match a piece of ribbon means cither that he is a devoted slave or that ho will return in fifteen minutes and make the air blue with his favorite language. Young women who ought not to wear mauve look like lemons in it, and those who can smile at them and wonder why people who do not know anything about art assume mauve shades. THE STOltY Or A NEW YOHK HELI.E. An old story has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

M"T TST " T-rF 3JSlW'7,?H!j THE SUNDAY HERALaSUNDAY, OCTOBER19, 1890. " Wf J . 1 WM W, I'M I' I' ! IN LOCAL PLAY-HOUSES. ATTRACTIONS THAT HAVK GONE AND THOSE THAT AUK COMING. Tho Oporn Engagements of the I'nst AVoolc ."Minstrels, Molodrnmn, nnd Variety Mnho Up tho mils for Tltla Weolt-Notos of tho Stage. Thero is a word which Is frequently, albeit more or less inelegantly, used iu connection with stago productions. It is a little word, hut very expressive. That word is "rot," and it has scarcely been moro appropriately applied than it might ho to tho efforts of tho McCaull Opera Company in its production at Albaugh's Grand Opera Houso last week of what it designates as an adaptation of Milluclccr's "Seven Suablans." Poor Millocker I Surely ho is not responsible for more than tho music of tho monstrosity which ho is made to futher by this company. If so, alas 1 ho should rest upon tho glories achieved by his first-born "Tho Beggar Student" and "Tho Black Hussar." Outside of tho choru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, vSUNDAY, OCTOBER19, 1890. u SS-Jyc HT? S.- lV-Ffttf! 5,-nia 0vAvvAtiw iUrfhh) llatiano1 Sntriliscuccr, X'Hr NATIONAL iNTEUUGENCEf" a4TADU9t0 KM. THE SUNDAY HSHAifc Entured At. tho Post Otlice ut Washington, I). C. its Second-class flatter. J. A U. SOUiK, T. UKNSGVi ..Proprietors. Editorial and Publication Olflces, No. 40B Tonth Street Northwest. Otir patrons living on the lino of the Baltimore ami Oh.io Railroad can have "The Sumlny Herald" sent direct ly leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. i-530 REWARD. mi3 SUNDAY HKUALI)" Is convinced that tli or o Is nn organized gang of paper thieves in this city, who follow its carriers around and tnlto tho papers from tho door steps. "Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho nrreBt and conviction of any one of these thlovcs. $30 REWARD. Subscrihors will confer a favor by notify ing this olllco when they fall to receive their paper, in ordor that tho matter may bo properly investigated. XOTICE TO SUBSCRI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

THK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1S9G. ! TOWN TALK. To prevent loss by crediting nnd collect debts duo you join tho Merchants' Mutual l'ro tcctlvo Union, vvhlcli is nn organization of tho wholcsalo nnd retail merchants of tho District of Columbia for mutual protection (against persons who do not pay their debts.) Tho plan or opera tion is as lollows: Members aro divided in two classes participating and nonpartlcipating. Tho participating members pay two dollars (S2) annual dues and fifty conts (50c.) lor monthly nnd special reports, but nothing for collections. Tho nonpartlcipating mombcrs pay percentage on collections, get no report, and aro not pro tected by tho association. All members aro fur nished with n form of circular letters, which calls tho debtor's attention to his obligation (to tho creditor) and tho necessity of his making Eomo arrangement for settlement of samo within a specified time. Should tho debtor fall to re spond to first letter (which is known ns tho cre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1S90. LOOKING BACK. Gcoflroy Dane is sitting at his writing-table, alone in bis spacious study; bis bead rests upon bis bands, and an expression of deepest melan choly darkens his handsome, caroworn face. In turning over a desk full of old, yellow letters he has como upon a half-forgotten relic of happier days a little bunch of lilies of tho valley, tied with a scrap of white ribbon. Tho lilies arc lying on tho desk beforo him, and his eyes grow strangely dim as bo looks at them, while memories of tho past como pouring faster and ever faster Into his troubled mind. How well ho remembers tho day when tho lilies bloomed fresh and fair and fragrant, em bedded in their cool, green leaves; tho day when ho plucked them and carried them home for his wife his little Doris 1 How pleased 6ho was at the small attention 1 Even now he smiles as bo recalls her pleasure. Tho pretty pink color flushed into her cheeks, and her blue oyes shono like stars, as s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

V, 7Wpri5 vvww-FP'' THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1S9Q. it f NEWS OF THE LODGES. VERY IMPORTANT EVENT IN SCOTTISH 111X13 MASONRY. Tho Suproino Council of tho Southern iTurls dlctloii to Moot lloro To-morrow Visi tation Among tho Odd Fellows' Eodcos Ooldon Cross, Rochabllc, and Indopon ' dent Mechanics' Notes. Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tcmplo B. 13. French No. 15t Monday. 20th; Pent alpha No. 23, Monday, 20th; National No. 12, Tuesday, 21st; Now Jerusalem No. D.Thursday, 23d; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 24tb;IIopoNo.2Q, Friday, 24th. A. A. S. H. Sanctuary, 1007 G Btreot--Catho-dral: Harmony No. IT, Thursday, 23d. Masonic Hall; Georgetown Potomac No. G, Monday, 20th; Georgo C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs day, 23d. Masonic Hall, Virginia avcuuo southeast, (meeting temporarily at this hall.) Auacostia No. 21, "Monday, 20th. Jioyal Arcii Ulutptcrs. auasonic xcmpie Lafayette No. 5, Tuesday, 21st: Washington No. 2, Thursday, 23d; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 21th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenuo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, 0CT0BER19.1890. NEXT YEAR'S BIG REGATTA. AUM'S POPULAR SHOPPING TH ST. WASHINGTON CAN HAVE IT IV IT WANTS IT. AndofCouro Wo Want It With n BIrW Sports nt Goorcctown Ycstordny'fl Foot-Bull Game in Philadelphia Gen eral Sjiortlnc News of tho Wcolc. Every Day Some Big Bargains. SOME CHANCE BARGAINS II THE UPHOLSTERY DEPT. F'OJR, TO-MOBROW. 8 The Sundat IIeuald has steadily urged tho local athletic clubs to make an effort to bring berc the National regatta for 1S91, and from tho despatches printed below it looks as if the idea bad taken firm hold. It is the proper course to pursue, and will bring back prestige to the city, credit to our clubs, and produco harmony. Now, Analostnns, Columbias, and Potoiuacs, go to work and make it a great affair. (Special to The Sunday Herald. New Youk, Oct. IS. Tho executive com mittee this evening at the request of Mr. Gibson voted that Washington bo given the preference on tho question as to a location of the regatta of '01. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

JUtfr 3afflU:g &kitxn ntKlliQUK:v ESTABLISHED 1SOO. OCTOBER 19, IS90. PAGES 9 TO 16 A FAIRLY ACTIVE MARKET. YOUNG PEOPLE INTERESTED THOUGn AT A GENERALLY lOIVEB RANGE OP PRICES. LIKEWISE THEIR SISTERS AND THEIR COUSINS AND THEIR AUNTS. iw Columbln nntl Klggs Flro IiiRurnncc, Real Estnto Title, and Washington Loan nnil Trust tho I'rlnclnnl Features No Sales of Grnphophotio. There Is but little of om encouraging nature in tho local 6tock market at tho closo of another week. Prices generally show a lower range, tho only exceptions being in Klggs and Lincoln Flro Insurance, which show a small advance over last recorded sales. Columbia Flro on freo of ferings lost a half point from last week's sales. Columbia Title was weak at Gg. Telephone on one sale dropped to 70. "Bolt" Railroad would not command more than CO. Georgetown and Tonnallytown lost 2J points. Washington and Georgetown on two sales of but flvo shares each tumbled to 2G0. Washington Loan and Trust dragged In the early pa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

LJL-y ','M'jf ' . 'V st-s w '. ' -! '.'! "VS. ' f, ?r tfKKl JttKKdflHa: 9HffifflSiaY&SSM;MSXK fcfF? WTvAX. :&3vC.e . hv- Aajrw "I a - ST "" III - " - . ARMY NOTES. Col. Herbert A. Ilascall, retired, died in Chi cago Tuesday, after along illness, aged fit ty-slx. Col. Hascall earned a reputation as a fearless officer In Florida during tho Seminole outbreak, was in Utah during the Mormon troubles, and saw much activo service In tho Civil War. IIo was at ono time professor of mathematics at West Point. First Lieut. E. I. Grumley, 17th Inf., now un der instruction at the U. S. Inf. and Cav. School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., has been re lieved from further duty at the school, and will join his co. Tho leave Granted 2d Lt. J. T. Nance. 2d Cav.. Sept. 30, lS'JO, Dept. Ariz., has been extended 1 month. Capt. Charles Hay, Commissary Subsistence, has been ordered to proceed from Denver, Col., to Greeley and La Porte, Col., on nubile busi ness. The retirement from active service on Oct. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

THE STJN3DA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1890. 11 BARNES fc WEAVER, ZRZE-A-Xj ESTATE IBIROIECIEIES., 629 F Street N. W. FOlt SALE One of thoao Elegant Now Bricks on south sldo of T street, botween NIntb and Tenth northwest. Groat bargain for ton days. For permit apply to office; FOR SALE Beautiful Ilomo on Westminister street, between Ninth and Tenth northwest. Can bo 6old Tory cheap. For permit apply to office. FOR SALE No. 130 E street northeast; six rooms, concroto cellar undor wholo house; oycry now convenience. This 1b a now bay-window, press-brick. Lot 17x70 to ton-foot alloy, and Is vory cheap at $4,500, with eaBy terms. IIouso open for Inspection. B-AJEIETIES &c "WIE.A.'VIEIZR, ISo. 452& E Sti-eot-AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Mi k Mill, Heal Estate Brokers, 810 F STREET NORTHWEST, (GROUND FLOOR.) FOR SALE A boautlful corner houso on Fif teenth street northwest, handsome flnisli. lariro parking. Your own terms. A bargain at 312,000. FOR SALE Hand...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

5S4 "rx i ir n"yKSi5ii.ni x tt fj a m x v a '-:SSyiite; 4,tlf.imiinMi" """"" - Mia a UuiiJM"lini V J 1 JUtlJmSISaSSmSMi 11 v . . . -. . q. - .Aj;mmmsmmmr f, r- -' 3&ka&rtg&3i iM"ct m a mwmmM&h'&xsiii T'r-M'iummissmMmsmjA'XsimKitmm.wViymsmn BRMsjWTss5!r-s5-- &iIirili iWl'lMiaW rw;.vH', , v u n w mmm mamrnmwmmEmMM rr jmmmmrjfzxm'ML mnmi .- Mrs. Harrison continues to leail a very quiet, life In the White House. The most important event during the week was lier acceptance of the presidency of the Daughters of the devolu tion. The Cabinet families are fast returning to their winter homes in this city. The lllaines and Nobles have been hero for a couple- of weeks. The Secretary of the Navy and his daughter, Mrs. "Wilmcrdinc, arc in their new homo on K street, and the Rusks arc at their pleasant residence on Massachusetts avenue. Secretary Proctor returned to the city Friday evening. Mrs. l'roctor expects to do the honors of her house this season. The- seventieth bi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1890. 13 i A SOCIETY OIIAT. On Friday evening tho members o tho W. N. r. A, were tho miests of Mrs. II. N. Ralston, nt her charming home, Wing Host, Ilyattsvillc. About nfty members left tho R. S 0. depot at G:20 and found Mrs. Ralston in waiting to wcl como them to her delightful cottage, which was brilliantly illuminated with Chinese- lan terns outside and within adorned with graceful vines and fragraut flowers. Mr. J. II. Ralston, the well-known nttoruoy, and his charming wife assisted in entertaining tho guests. Sup per was served at an early hour, and tho pres ident of the W. N. P. A. called tho meeting to order, but too much business demanding atten tion the association adjourned for ono Week, nnd tho evening was given up to pleasure. E. V. Hort and Mrs. Lcggett gavo rondings. Cof fee was scived later, and after a vote of thanks to tho hostess for her generous hospitality tho guests returned to tho city on tho 10 o'clock train. Among tho ...

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