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

TH. Ji SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1890. SOME SOCIETY STORIES WHICH FLOAT AHOUTNKW YORK AND AUK riCKKl) UP HY "UAH." Women Who Try to Get Into Society "CuttlnR"n "Woman You Do Not. Know Itosos That Ttloom Unseen How She "Wore foaming ."Mrs. Kondnl'A Now Frocks nnd Her l'rctty Daughter. ISpcclnl Corrcspomlcnco of Sunday Hehai.d. New Yokk, October 31. Tho most conspicuous womau In New York at present Is the one who Is determined to get into society. Nino times out of ten, If sho is clever at all, she went abroad live or six years ago, anil now conies back bringing with her a pretty daughter, though whoso aid she expects to enter tho portals sacred to the Four Hun dred. Sometimes sho succeeds, sometimes not. Her mentor tolls her, "You must have some thing special to which you can invite people." An opera box is suggested, and this is smiled at, for, between you and me, invitations to tho German opera go bogging much oftener than is supposed. Then n series of dinner parties is hi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

uaamumHTt,. .ar. j.ua- f r'r v-"1 ffffMu f e- THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 18QO. rr -zjgr.Kj. wwwiLKiiasrMu wi jjgAMWEaaftHi. THE LOCAL THEATRES. Ol'liltA, DllAMA, AND BUKI.ESQUE ON TirE HILLS tfOHTIIIS WEEK. Tho Conrlcd Troupe to Sine Now Oporn nt tho NiUlonal Lewis Morrison In "1111181" nt Albiiucli'H-Tho llooth-llnr-rott Encngoinont In H ultimo re. "Joscphlno Empress of tho French" Is a dolorous but beautiful piny, yet tho fnct Unit tho title rolo suits tho Individuality of Mile. Ktaca better than anything in which she has ap peared In this country Is scarcely a public justi fication for Its too frequent presentation. Tho proof that Mile. Rhea ought to present a reper tory is clear by tho gradually diminishing at tendance from season to season. The produc tion of tho piece at Albaugh's Grand Opera IIouso last week shows some slight modifica tions over provlous years which are calculated to Increase Its action and rcllovo tho monotony of Its extreme pathos, and while, of...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

4 THR SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, N0VEMBER2.1890, A Nil illrfhlij Jlntionfl1 Siilrllifjrnm. Thf. National iNTEnucENcen ESTABUSHfO 1900. THE SUNDAV HERALO ESTADU9HEO B4f. rtntered at tlto Font Ofllco nt Washington, V. C. an Second-class Mnttor. . H.SOUI.K; I Proprietor .. T. HKNSEY, 1 Btlltorln) tin 1 Publication Ofllcos, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. Onr patrons living on the line of the Baltimore ami Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the ncwstnnd, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) vcr year $3.50 Remittances s?iouId lie made by postal note, money order, or chccUs on yew Yorlt or ira7i(ii(7 ion. !F7icn clicchs on banks in other cities are sent the cost of collection will be deducted. Tle Editor of The Sunday Herald cannot undertalrc to prcscrvcor return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, should retain a copy. Contributors arc respectfully requeste...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S9G. THERE'S FOOT-BALL GALORE THE SEASON IN WASHINGTON HAS OPENED "WITH A HUSH. Columbia Defeats St. John's in an Interest ing Game on Aniilostan Inland Vostor tluy Georgetown Downed by the Mid dles Tito Two Games on 1'rldny. Owing to tho indefinite arrangcinonts but low people, witnessed the foot-ball game on Analos tan Island yesterday afternoon between tbe Columbia Athletics and St. John's team, of Anapolls, In which tho former won by a score of 10 to 0. Tho St. John's men arrived in tho morning and were desirous that tho gatno should bo played at 1 o'clock so that they could return last night. This was Impossible, as many of tho Columbia team are In business and cannot get away at that tlmo. Tho Co lumblas finally agreed to pay tho hotel expenses of tho St. John's men If they would stay over, and this arrangement was made Tho St. John's team were confident of success be fore tho match and freely expressed their opin ion that they would def...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1890. THE STKUGGIiE FOR LIFE. 11Y A "SHALLOW OPTIMIST." So tho stniffplo for Hfo Is too keen ? Competition yon say's overdone? But it's pretty much ns It. hns been, Since the dny when the world was begun. Father Adam, who started the fun, (Many thanks to his excellent wife,) I believe had a prornlsingson Who went down In tho Struggle for Life. Take a matdon of sweet seventeen, Who vows that she "won't be a nun," But declines to put up with a dean, If a bishop's at hand to be won; Take a debtor evading a dun, When tho bailiffs and "wrltters" aro rife; Or a student who's bound to be "spun," They aro nil In tho Struggle for Life. Let the Attest survive on the scene Greek, Romau, or Vandal or Hun 1 Why on earth should the gods Intervene To preserve the Incompetent one, Mr. Darwin's conclusions to shun ? Though In Nature there's nothing but strife, And the mnn who's most ablo to run, Wins the race In the Struggle for Life. Though you offer to lend...

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

JCJ.. S SJL. 2SXS. tttww yT-r THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 189Q. fiTsntweiffw NEWS OF THE LODGES. ANACOSTIA IOBGENO. 31 TO 1JKDI OATK ITS NKW 1IAI.Ij TUK8DAY. Annual Inspection of Do Molny Com mnndory "Wliut Is OoIbr on Atnonjr Odd Follows, Itocliubltos, nnd tlio Other Secret Fraternities. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho ovenlngs of tho cnsulnc week: Subordinate Lodges. Mnsonlc Temple 1$. B. French No. 15, Monday, 3d; Pont alpha No. 23, Monday, 3d; National No. 12, Tuesday, 4th; Washington Centennial No. 14, AVcdncsday,5th; La Fajctto No. 10, Thursday, (5th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 7th. A. A. S. ft. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Monday, 3d, (special, 7:15 o'clock;) OslrlB No. 20, Wednesday, fitli. Blue-Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 5th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 7th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 3d. Masonic Hall, Unlontown Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 3d; Anacostia No. 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUN DA V. NOVEMBER 2, 1S0O. UUjrUi B jWIUOIftOIRR, f -C -, 'WSMiW :) BAUM'S 7TH rUrULntl i ILrlUEnm DTJIUKG pecial Sale THIS m TAILOR-MADE. CLOTH ort HENRIETTA, XIV MVY BLUE OR BLACK. flMrllPI MHK PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. ATHLETICS AND ROWING. Worlds' Record Beaten. New York, Nov. 1. The first athletic meet ing held in the new Madison Square Garden was that of to-night, when the Manhattan Ath letic Club and the Salford Harriers, of Man cnester, England, gave a joint exhibition. One of the things that the spectators looked for ward to was the sight of Luther H. Cary, of Princeton, to beat records. Ho ran from scratch in the first trial heat of the seventy yards in 7V seconds, thus beating the worlds' record of 9 3-5 seconds. Final heat First mau, W. L. Kichell: second man, L. H. Carey (ran from scratch); 7 3-3 sec onds. The Potomacs now feel happy in their new home. Will the regatta of the National Association be held here next summer? The Turkish bath in the Colu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

r 2 - t Htxft 3EHHi:g H&tixm&l $ttiU0tt,. ESTABLISHED 1800. NOVEMBER 2, 1SQO. PAGES 9 TO 16 A LIVELY WEEK IN STOCKS. STILL MORE CANDIDATES E4UMU1 fttSiMXtA-'X ryaigjoifcr.cuuwLJ3wiiftj. js h.iuc.tofBwg.jMBBtott tim i phf f WITH A CONTINIH5I SHOW OIT WEAIC NKSS IN TIIK 35NTIKK I.IST. Tho Itoarn SHU llotnln Control, Though Sovoral FiitHo Attempts Woro Alado to Dislodge Them A Tight Monoy Market Materially AhsIhIs. Apparently tho process of liquidation Is still going on. anil tho dropping out of various hold ings here and there Is a pretty strong Indication that a good many of the weak ones find It nec essary to lay down their hands and pass out of tho game, acceptlusr their losses with as much philosophy as they can muster. It Is also tol erably apparent that a number of wiser ones who bought In before tho boom of laBt fall com menced are accepting their profits where they exist, and, though of course regretting that they did not sell last spring, are now taking tlmo by tho fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

AliMY NOTES. In his annual roport to tho War Dept. Urlg. lieu. Kugcr, comilg. the Dopt. of Dnk., says that no events hnvo occurred calling for actual campaign operations, although the services on several occasions have been required of qulto strone detachments from a number of posts to support the authority of Indian agents on tho reservations and to protect scttlersiu the vicin ity of tho Sioux reservation who had become apprehensive of trouble. Gen. Kuger says that there is no reason In general to apprehend mo lestation of settlers upon the ceded lands evsn by the most disaffected Indlaus if the latter are kept under military observation for a time at a few points. Inspecting the threatened trouble at Flathead Lake, Mont., Gen. Kugor says there is little probability of serious trouble, and that enforcement of the statute prohibiting the sale of liquor to Indians and half-breeds is tho principal necessity of tho case. There has been at some posts a decided decrease In the por cent,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

-iaftu tftari -4j -i ": dL . TFIB 3T!iJMIjMr HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1890. 11 !i I ! !!' 1 1 1 BARM S ZRZE-AJLi ESTATE BROKERS, 621) If Street N. W. FOK SALE To Investors Three Now Bricks ; hall, dx rooms and bath, hot and cold water, latrobes, gna and ovcry modern lmprovmont, each rented to first-class tenant at $.10.50 per month. Theso houses very cheap for 10 days at $2,000, with easy mouthly payments. FOH SALE Beautiful Homo on Wostmbilstor atroot, botwtoo Ninth and Tnth nortliwt. Can bo sold very cheap. For permit apply to ofllca. FOH SALE No. 13G E strcot northeast; six rooms, oonoreto collar undor whola house; orwy now convenience. This Is a now bay-window, pnws-brlck. Lot 17x70 to tea-toot allay, and ie very cheap at $1,500, with easy terms. IIouso opn for InspwUou. BAR1TBS &o WEAVER, No. OO U1 Stx-eot. AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. FOH SALE Ono of thoso Elocant Now Bricks on south aide of T sfcroot, botweon Ninth and Tenth northwest. Groat barcaln...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

VT CJ I T 'lUfe 4Bp,w"Sv jF" x&J?z m s flf 4 j?P1K IvV 1 T u h i 1 f 'IfP y( "Hp1 V i -dv- 1 r. wt. -fr-tfu j '& f?- -sssiwBrwwif5rriili',H,vSt1B- .'nii: A. -' "l J l,lVV'tV'i'' 1,1 , iiirAB-f"::.7r; -" ... Mil t Hira 4ffii JU , , . . LmfmSS WkmmmM mPiMsS ..- i iiii i: i iimiil i . ill 3 r niinn'riai'iui ii uirii. jink ifrv rr v-vi w n nf -t i- - i l i . ill -.. mn rj ri i w mn .ru rv jr-i ( j -i " iuii. mr wp-- ai .."' muiiir.T - - i i m - vf rr . . . .-hhmwk -tauin&gaagpB -- Mrs. Dimintek is Mr?. Harrison's only com panion at the White House just now. Mrs. McKco is not expected to return here before December. She will probably come back with Mrs. Harrison, who isuowmaklnc; preparations to pay a visit to her old home In Indianapolis. Miss Marion Carpenter Hall, daughter of Major and Mis. II. A. Hall, of 1420 Fifteenth street, and Mr. John T. D. Blackburn, of Al bany, N. Y., were manied on Wednesday evening, at So'clock, in Hamliue M. E. Church. The church was prettily d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

aKftnnj' 'W ""' H 1M" THK SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1SQO, 13 SOCIETY (MAT. One of tho beautiful weddings for which Virginia Ib famous occurcd at "Oakwood," tho country residence of Mr. W. II. Harris, situated in picturesque Albemarle Count)', Va., on Wednesday evening last, tho contracting parties being Miss Bcllo Montgomery Harris, ono of Virginia's fairest daughters, and Dr. William F. Morscll, tho latter of this city. Tho ceremony took placo at 7:80 P. M. and was Im pressively performed by Rov. Daniel Jliaino, tho bride and groom standing beneath an arch way of evergreens, from tho crown of which depended an exquisite mariiago bell of whito chrysanthemums. Tho interior of tho hand some residenco Was beautifully decorated with autumn leaves and chrysanthemums. Tho bride was given away by her father, and looked radiantly beautiful in her rich bridal robo of faille francaisc, en trainc, exquisitely orna mented with orange blossoms. Sho was at tended by four maids. Miss Laur...

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

14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S90. THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN. OUR $35 SUIT GUT TO ORDER. Ycry Hcst Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. The Hlgli-Priced Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Host Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Largo Selection Styles. Large Selection Styles. What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket. HAVE YOU VISITED OUR STORE ? !)4. Ionnnylvinin Avenue, Washington, 1). C Wliich i orw of 89 Branch Stores of tho BOSTON Plymouth Rock Pants Co., BE HEADQTJAETERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES. 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, .Diamonds, and 14-Ctirnt Gold Chains in this city, and iv ill soil yon on credit at cash prices. Cull and ex amine my special line of American Watches. .A.. L. SALTZSTE1N, -Tit., JE'WELEIftj, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. THE CITY OP BUTTONS. " .:edkiXSSSsf- "JLT"', v"" " i "jJ ' BUY YOUR TRUNKS AND HARNESS AT JZ&. 3XT E3 E3 SS S I 9 Sg9 Buggy or Road Harness...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

r yrmm luwiimuiii ' 'xmuusw 'jncn t (H4rBlkA',R!cnaMK1,H,""w, vMear i"i mii m y y Mwi(iwrii hht riw TIME) STUECDkAY MEERLAJUD, SUHDAY, NOVEMBER2, 1S90. 15 MS.1 '-' -?, n Oil '-nm - JL LJ IJnJLJLJL qJb jLJJJL i . iMmrfl k&Jr J. f& J S25 $50 S100 p tf" inn "i n uu i y u u x y b S250 $500 TOWN LOTS AKE NOW SELLING at $26, $60, and $100 in tho new and beautiful town, PASADENA, sit uated right on tho lino of of tho Baltimore and Annapolis Short-Lino Kail rood, In tho prattisst, healthiest, and most productivo part of Maryland, ivilhin about 15 minulet of Baltimore from Camden Station. THIS IS THE BEST and cheapest opportunity for profitable investment otct offered in tho State of Maryland. PASADENA is only a few minutes' walk from tho EXCURSION GROUNDS, about 10 minutes' ride from Bathing Grounds and IKON 8PRINGS, while the SULPHUR DEPOSITS and GLASS-SAND BANKS can be reached in the same time. GKOVELAND HEIGHTS, on Lookout Mountain, are within 15 minutes' ride of Pasadena. PASADE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S90. THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer. IMPORTANT SALE OF Household Effects and Fine Wines, Belonging to His Excollencr, SoDor Don Ktnollo do Murnaga, Minister from Spain, At his residence, 1730 Massachusetts arenuo northwest. On THURSDAY, November 0. 1890. commenc ing nt 10:30 o'clock, comprising in part three handsome French Plato Mantel Mirrors, Turkish Carpets nnd Window Drapery, two maEnlflcent Japanese Embroideries, framed, Japanese and other ornaments. Oil Paintings and Pine Steel Engravings, Finely Embroidered Cushions, very handsome Parlor Furnituro in clour. Couches, and Faucv Chairs, Lace and Sntln Window Hangings, Plush Parlor Suite, Card Table. Candelabra, Easv Chairs, Reccp tlon Chairs. Breakfast Table, Walnut Pillar Ex tension Table, vory haudsomo Walnut M. T. Sideboard, Fino China and Glasi Ware, Elegant Chinese Punch Bowl, Fine Silver-plated Table Decorations, Handsomo Walnut Dining Chairs. Hnndsome Chamber Furniture in Walnut and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

: -n.-i-flrf fr Utrfr OTrbl H&tijcm&l lxtiig;mtf VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9,189016 PAGES. MO. 34 CREDIT TO MR. CLEVELAND. TO HIS COUKAGE THE DEMOCRATS OWE TII13IH GREAT VICTORY. "Ho Rattled for tho Right mill Dared to Xidiul "When Scuroly Any Dared to Fol low," so Says Allen W. Thur man. Colu.mhus, Ohio, Nov. 8. Allen Thur man, son of Judge Thurman, lu whoso honor a banquet Is to be given November 13, addressed a jollification meeting at Hamilton, Butler County, tho home of Governor Campbell, this evening and gave the credit ot tho recent vic tory to ox-President Cleveland, and nt tho samo time paid him tho following haudsomo tribute: "Yet this was tho issue, plain and simple, brought about by tho McKinley bill, and to the man, Grover Cleveland, who three years ago boldly and fearlessly attacked this whole system, more than to any other, do we owo this victor. Never for one moment, amidst all the abuse that was heaped upon him, did he falter or his courage fail....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

2 ME SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1S90. BLONDES AND BRUNETTES. "IIAI!" TKI.LS WHAT IS Till: DIFFint KNCi: IN THKIK NATURE. Mlruticttcs Who Lovo Not Widely Hut Too Well A Monde's Little Speech Xover Write or Destroy n Letter Tho Author of "Three Men In n mint" A Doc' Dumb Sympathy. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. Xew Youk, November 7. There is always a question rampant in New York among the women. I say "rampant" ad visedly, for they get so very much interested in it that they can't even meet each other in the street-cars without bringing it to the fore. They discuss it at luncheons, and at after-dinner talks in the drawing-room, aud after it has been talked about aud talked about until it is thread bare then a new one is brought to the suiface. Just now it is blondes aud brunettes. Every place you go they ask you what you think nbout them, aud she is lost forever, from the culture standpoint, who believes that she must reply as to which type of beauty she prefers, or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER O. 1890. & NEWS OP T1IE THEATRES. INTJEKKSTINO MISCIXr,ANY A1IOUT Tin: staoi: Aiitiouncomonln llolutlvo to Muslcnl anil Driunntlc Attractions nt Homo nnd Alironil liOtla lit tlio Kntlonnl Mrs. Frank LeslIoV T,ccturo. Tbo 6tory of "Faust" lias never been told licrc in opera with half the clearness presented last week by Mr. Lewis Morrison's dramatic production at Albaugh's Grund Opera House. Tho reasons are obvious. In the opera tlio dramatis pcrsonx arc naturally selected mainly for their vocal excellence and the acting ability of a member of tlio cast Is an Incidental consld" oration. As a result Mcphhlo and Faust and Marguerite, especially the former, liavo followed so faithfully along the conventional lines of Interpretation as to establish a standard of judgment entirely separated from histrionic qualifications and based upon comparative quality of voice and skill in the handling of the music. Mr. Morrison's Mcphisto is a departure from tli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBERO.ISQO. AMI illrrhlri ilniiouo' Snirllirjcuccr. TH NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTA6USHCO 1B00. THE SUNDAY HERALD C8TAU4SHEO wos. Ciiteril nt the Post Oitlcn nl WasliliiRton, I. 0.. i Socond-class Matter. .Proprietors, A. T. UKNSKV, i KdltoriHl unci Publication Otllce, No. 400 Tenth Stroot Northwest. Our pntroiis livlnjj on the lino of the Baltimore ntul Ohio Kallroad can have "The Sunday lloralil" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstaml, Baltimore and Oliio Depot. Speaker Reed is not saying much these days about setting parliamentary precedents for the coming century. Quay thinks that the best thing for him now to do is to saw wood. That business, it may bo observed, is perfectly compatible with a policy of silence. The political cyclone is now about to turn its force upon the United States Senate, and Messrs. Eyaiits, Blair, Farweli., Si-ooner, and In galls already fancy they feel tko first waftlngs of its ley breath. The claim that the peop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 189G. LiATE AltMY AND NAVY NEWS. Col. John M. Wilson, Superintendent of the West Point Military Academy, has submitted to the War Department his annual rcpoit. Ho says that there were 20-1 cadots nt the Academy September 1, 18S9. Slnco that date the loss has been eight by requisition, twenty-two by dis charge, two by death, and fifty-four by gradua tion. The gain has been eighty-one, admitted as now cadets, making a total of 2S9, four of whom were admitted September 1,1800. The number Includes one cadet from Switzerland and one from Central America. Col. Wilson makes a point of (ho disadvantage under which tho candidates who enter In September arc placed from tho lack of drill and instiuction which their tnoro fortunate classmates hnvc acquired duriug tho summer encampment. Ho enrnestly urges that except under extraordinary circumstances no further September appointments bo mado and that the Juno candidates bo notified a sufficient time in adva...

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