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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

Wm JWfiIfeis. OL Secitt -- ir" L--J a up j MfiK'iHU r x mx rj JSLiSa K. MMl. . &ftws w - :t jTiW lV r1! ?i m T '::!85cIK "ilb ftAVVV FFTO5WVGMTO?rZ': ARMY NOTES. This only event of the week iu Army matters of nuy unusual note lins been the publication of an order that was recently Issued by Gen. Gib bon, conidg. the Dept. Cal., to the effect that "Officers on duty on courts-martial are In structed that nothing but the proTidence of God or an order from a higher authority will cx cuso them for absence." The Army is now try Juir, between Us laughing, to discover what Is the "higher authority." First Lieut, it. E. Thompson, Cth Inf., acting signal officer, has been ordered to report to Maji Clifford Comly, Ord. Dept., member of the board of control and management of the Gov ernment exhibit to represent the War Dept. at the World's Columblau Exposition, for duty as a member of the board of officers appointed Nov. C, 1S90, for tho purpose of preparing esti mates for space-room, plans...

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. — 16 November 1890

THE T!J:tfrXA.'Y MERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S9Q. 11 FOR S An unimproved comer, four squares from U. Government Printing OlDce slto, 109 icet front by 70 ulars apply to X5A.1XNI3S 4& WILLIAM H. HAUNKS, Notary Public. TKLEPnONK, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, (S39 E Stx-eetj "Washington., I- C- Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents for Insuranco Company of North Amoriea. jottJlsi smfr jtegftwxwsmfes RUSSELL'S ? ? i i 1335 E STREET SOUTHWEST. no2-l y 0 NINTH ST1U5ET OAKS. a iAUTTER' LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAFE. A1JSOLUTEI.Y THE BE McCORMICK'S SIDE POCK3 10 SIXTH STKEET. POOL FIFTY CENTS PER HOUR. ocl3-ly 300 Seventh Street oclO-ly Northwest. 66 ?? 030 PENNA. AVENUE. OrJErsT 1A.Y ANTJO NXGXiT. nrvTSTi-n -irrmF.T nillt TlUTTEtt CAKES AND COFFEE-TEN-CENTS. ocl2-ly AMAN oois-iy THEEBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. C. Army and Navy Keadauarters. Eight Iron Fire Escapes. BUJtOH & GIBBS Mnnugors NEW YOBK BUFFET, 40G TENTn STREET N. TV. Finest Wines, Liquors, and Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A SPLENDI...

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

0 JC 1 TrTrliJX'KJT "U H Tir & (. iCvyf . rr. ""-J-- -s."y . iVWj . X J 1 LJLMBWX V 1 1 V J r'S4 SSffSWU1 w ' Wi mh Ull H V?M, Fi'LllD. lyKaJrifTAKPMK ,. & ,.' i.' mWVAMBB ,iIS ' a , teWi , !.-- - .--. -Muunu-i,.! mwh t i J II j b n all .. lllllllir-kl- II I l' lilllllHII IMIIIIIH I U&4M l.T n ITI B VTl IS ill' MM i. irn W 1'BSkfH li t ' THi l.f . '. If Hi Ait II VWflI"W r II V rnilS I J I dT- m a y .VlrfTI , C . 1 S i ' iM 1 VJtttltttW. I There arc no kiugs nnd queens in the world who rule with such absolute sway ami hare such loving subjects ns the little folks of very tender years. So creatly docs Mrs. Harrison miss Baby McKco and his little sister from the Presidential household that she says she will uot be able to stand it much longer without them. Hetwecn now and Christmas she ex pects to go to the old home in Indianapolis for a week, and to return hero with their miniature majesties aud their amiable mamma, who is such a favorite in Washington society. Then when ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1SQO. 13 SOCIETY GHAT. The home wedding of Miss Elizabeth Octavla Crenshaw and Air. Georgo IMchnrd Thompson was an exceedingly pretty affair. Tho largo drawing-rooms of No. 021 Nineteenth street, tho residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P. Crenshaw, wcro charmingly decorated with palms, evergreens, and chrysan themums. Tho cercmouv took place on Wed nesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Alex ander Shiras performed tho marriage cere mony. Tho brido was attired in an elegant trained robe of white faille, trimmed with point lace. It was made with high bodice and angel eleoves. Her tulle veil ,vas fastened to her coiiTttro with silver pins, aud sho wore diamond ornaments. Her bouquet was composed of Pu ritan roses. Tho Lohengrin wedding march was played by a band as tho bride and groom entered tho 100m, followed by tho maid of honor, Miss Fielding Roscllo, and the best man, Mr. Miles Crenshaw. Miss ltoscllo was in a very pret...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 180O. THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN. OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER. Very Best Trimmings. Fino Foreign Goofls. First-class Cutting Talent. largo Selection Styles. The HlKhPflced Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Largo Selection Styles. What's the difference ? in your imagination and the tailor's pocket. HAVE XOU VISITED OUR STORE ? i43 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, I. C Which ie one of Hi) Branch Stoves of the BOSTON Plymouth RockPantsCo.,BE Corporation Capital. SI, OOO.OOO. HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES. 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, .Diamonds, and 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city, and Avill sell yon on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. J. L. SALTZSTE1N, J3R,., JEWELEIfc, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. BUY YOUR TETJNKS AND HARNESS AT IE&L IKT 1E1 ES S S I S9 Buggy or Road Harness. I Carriage or Coupe Harness. $25 redu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

XMa aunnAT srrjul,;d, sumday, novbmberi6, isqo. & Mjlafc i THE SORG OF THE SHIRT. Hub I Rub I Rub 1 'Till the nnn3nrc weary and sore; And the more wo rub tho worse they jret Those Shirts from Baltimore. Ripl Rip! ilipl And we get In n tcmblo rngc, For those brand now shirts wo bought Inst month Are nothing but tatters nnd rags. Orlni Grin I Grin 1 Wo have found our haven at Inst, For Miller will mnke you a perfect shirt. With every stitch tied fast. llun 1 Run 1 Run I To him If you would bo wise, . And lay in n stock of his beautiful shirts Six for nlno dollars in any size. Ladies1 nnd Gentlemen's Outfitters, EIGHTEENTH & PENNSYLVANIA AVE. oc26.3m3 The Woman's Gymnasium, CI 4 TWELFTH STREET. REOPENS OCTOBER 1. Professor and Mrs. Hartwig Nissen, INSTRUCTORS. Eoli-Ora TyJEt. EEED & CO., THE AMERICAN OCULISTS' OMCIANS, 1321 F St., N. w.. Four Doors West of Sun Building. 8 2.5 2,5 S as I MS BTn rt El1 O OS' .-.en ?'3 iaSiOSO11 P! -- to S"1 n o t o rt it 5' Co in u 5? , n ?0 ...

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

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1SQO. ""TTCT" "Trnr "p Ten? HRf1 'rpr' tf THT" WP VT iJMm wJMum mHaa ladLa wMllua wJBmh HL uWiMmnB Mill .m ta- OOZR? $l,$2,$4a Month Returns $25, $50, $100 In 3 Months. on. $31.25, $62.50, S125 In 6 Months, S43.75, $87.50, S175 In One Year, THESE ARE ACTUAL FIGURE. FAR BETTER THAN A BUILDING ASSOCIATION, A SAVINGS BANK, OR A LiIPE INSURANCE. ' RFAD THE FOLLOWING NAMES OF MEMBERS, :rs of our Association: members of our Ass No. 1. Owen Y. Daly - " 2. Nkttie A. Cua.10 - " 3. Maiua C. Baden " 4. W. I. .Moody - - " 5. Jr.ANXETTK A. Anr.i.i. " 0. L. F. Bowek, Jit - " 7. F. W. Coali: - - - " S. ClIAltI.ES J. 0'HltIEN " 0. M. V. Boyd - - " 10. W. U. ElGENIIltODT " 11. B. Ashley C.vmt - " 12. F. Mehuyman - - " 13. C. L. llEGESTKlt - " 14. J. A. Baden - - . " 15. F. Henkelman, J n " 1G. Clara (J. Beresteu 1003 Cathcilral Street -(ill N. Carey Street - -2105 N. Calvert Street 10 E. Fratt Street - -2105 N. Calvert Street 102 Bloomlncdale Avenue 1411Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

JSUrfe yStSLttklig $l,txxn&l ntlliKnwi$r VOL. iXXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1890.16 PAGES, N.36 I, t i 1 i A WOMAN'S AWFUL LEAP. JfltlGIITFUL SUICIDE OE A 1UIOOKI.YX LADV. Throw Herself From u Six-Story Window Dnhcd to Deutli on thol'nvomont She Wan llio Dnughlcr-ln-l.nw of a Congressman-Elect. Ni:w YoitK, Nov. 22. A frightful suicide oc curred at the Flerrepont House, the swellest hotel on tho Heights, Brooklyn's most aristo cratic neighborhood, shortly after 1 o'clock this afternoon. A handsome, richly-dressed woman leaped from a window on the sixth lloor of tho hotel and was dashed to death on tho pave ment, about one hundred feet below. She was Mrs. Charles A. Coombs, of 8 South Elliott Place, another one of Brooklyn's swell neigh borhoods. She was tho wife of tho sou of lion. William J. Coombs, tho newly-elected Democratic Congressman of tho Third Dis trict. She said to the hotel clerk: "1 would like to secure the highest room in the hotel. I am troubled with palpi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1S90. PRETTY "BAB'S" SERMON. SHU TAKKS THE TKW AS A TKXT AXD TALKS "WISKtiY AND WELT. The .low on Our Modern Stage Is It "Tho Despised Jew" Any Longer '. A Ques tion of. Original Sin Is AVrong Alwnys Wrong ? Two 1'ntlts In Life The Pure Lily and the Crushed Hose. New Youk, November 21, 1S00. What is absolutely most Interesting In this world? Tho men and women who mako it. Books, pictures, wonderful houses, magnificent scenery, great discoveries in mechanics or chem istry, or the power to kill or the power to cure, nil become as nothing before the story of hu man life, full of sin and virtue, joy aud sorrow, renunciation and love. For this reason the play called "Men and Women" attracts by its very name; and, curi ously enough, it shows something that is grad ually making itself felt on the American stage, and that is that an audience may become inter ested, thoroughly interested, in the right or wrong of some thing or somebody's life with out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1S90 3 ON THE LOCAL STAGE. ANOTHER OPERATIC (NOVELTY TO HE 1'KKSKNTBll THIS WEEK. Olovor Mnrlo TcmpcHt In ''The Rod Hus snr" lit AHjiuibIi'h Herrmann, GrotiioRt of MnglciniiH, at. tho National Lust AVcok'H Performances Gonornl Stnco JioWC. A delightful week of English grand opera litis just closed nt the National Theatre. Grnml opera is so rarely heaid In Washington that n season holdlntr as its special attraction n much lesser light than Miss Emma Juch would call forth the liberal patronage of the music-loving pooplo of tho city. A varied repertory was pre sented, comprising "Tho Huguenots," "Rigo lotto," "Lohengiln," "William Tell," "Tho Flying Dutchman," "Fau&t," and "Tho Bohe mian Girl." It would not bo true to say that in all of these dlfllcult operas tho company was faultless, but tho imperfections of the moro minor parts and tho occasional uncertain efforts of the chorus were amply redeemed by tho splendid work of tho principals. Of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THE SXJNIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1S90. AND illcfiilij ilnlionn' Sniflligciiccr. Tkf National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 180O. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABU&HEO IBM. Entered nt tlio Post Ofllce at Washington, D. C. h Second-clan Mnttor. J. II. SOULK, A. T. HKNS15Y, .Proprietor!. Editorial nnd Pnbllcntlon Oiucos, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwoat. "THE SUNDAY HCIULD'1 Is convinced that Micro Is nn organized gang of paper thieves In thin city, who follow Its curriers n round nml tnlto the papers from tlio door Bteps. Wo will pny n reward or $30 for the nrrost nnd conviction of any one of theso thieves. $80 T8 13 WARD. Our pn.t rons living on the lino or the Baltimore nml Ohio Rnilrontl can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstaud, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $8.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on A'cto York or irnsliiiin lon. IHich checks on banks in other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 189G. A NKW SUBURBAN CITY. Tim ltciuitlful Suburb of Kensington For mnlly Medicated. A largo nml tnciry party oi! well-known citi zens left the 11. it 0. Station by the Motropoll Inn Branch on Tuesday afternoon to witness a notable anil Interesting ceremony. Their desti nation was Kensington, formerly Knowlcs, one of the most beautiful suburbnu towns In the whole clrelo that surrounds the Nntionnl Capi tal. The occasion was the formal baptism of Kensington by Its now name, and when the train arrived a Hag-raising took place. This was followed bv an address by Mr. Charles Hancock, who wns Introduced by Mr. Kastcr day, of the firm of Eastcrday &, Ilaldcman. Mr. Hnncock said: "The beautiful and stately banner which this afternoon has been unfurled and now lloats aloft, kissed by the virgin mountain airs fan ning the romantic and beautiful Kensington, proclaims to us that this charming villngo has, by n wise and phllunthrophic gentleman, been ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

6 THI SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1S90. NEWS OF THE LODGES. tMANY ITEMS OV INTKKKST TO SKCKKT SOC1KTY M12X. il'nst Oriinil Mint or Pnrkcr' Interesting Account of Ills Kcccnl Kurojpcnii Trip AJlllt Is Going on Among Oilil Fellows, Itoclmbltcs, Mochnntr.s, IMc. The followinc Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing weelc : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 24th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 23th; New Jerusalem No. 0, Thursday, 37th: St. John's No. 11, Friday, SSth; Hope No. 20, Friday, SSth. A. A. S. 15. Sauctuary, 1007 G street Blue Room: Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 23th; Ar mlnius No. 23, Monday, 24th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Georgo C. Whit ing No. 22, Thuisdav,27th. Masonic Hall, Briglttwood Stanshury No. 24. Monday, 23th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Moudav, 23th: Washing ton No. 2, Thursday, 27th; Eureka No. 4, Fri day, 2Sth. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 23th. Commandcries Knights Templar. Masonic ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1890. r CHRYSANTHEMUM. Tears on my luititl 1 dost, thou remember, dear, The parting sad of Unit November dny ? 'Twas on n hill-top that o'crlooUed tho baj', Ami wo were qulto alone, but stmidiiifr nenr. Thou from n grassy mound tho llowcr of cheer l'luckt, nnd with ribbon on my shoulder gay Tinned In ti lovo-lsnot, didst thou truly say, "Wear this for mo In battle without foar 1" Long days went by, and through the horrid slants Of war, in army hospital and tent, 1 saw thee mo vo among tho wounded UnlghtB. Thy form at lost o'er my polo form was bont; Tho tears wero falling whoro I saw thuo stand Tho white chrysanthemum In hla open hand I November 4. 1800. .1. S. gossip of ""She girls. Alice Confides to Dear Louise tho Goings-On in Washington. Duak Louisu: Our wedding list continues heavy. These iuteresttiiK events arc of all sorts quiet house ceremonies, and what may bo most truly called "spectacular weddings." And what crowds of people Hock to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1890. IT WAS A WATTLING GAME. AXV TUKU13 1V12KK SOUIK T,IVKT,Y SCRIMMAGES. Tho Columbia Looked Zilku "Winners nnd licgnu Well, but the J-nfnyctlo Uoj-b Downcu Them by a Score of 18 to 4 Gonornl Sporttnjr News. What proved to bo the most interesting game of foot-ball played licro this season took place yesterday at Capitol Park, the opposing teams being the Columbia Athletics and Lafayette College, of Eastou, l'n. It was interesting from the fact that every yard of vantage ground was stubbornly contested by the twenty-two men, and consequently it was a match that kept the , spectators lively throughout the game. The garao started auspiciously for the Columblas. In tho first four minutes they secured a touch down by some excellent sprinting of Butter worth, but afterward they failed to add n point to their score, try hard as they might. They were somewhat handicapped by the absence of two of their best players, llarbau and Veasey, though tho pres...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

Wkt I 3hnix Wthli& Wltxkixiwxl uktlinKx! ESTABLISHED 1800. NOVEMBER23, 1S9Q. PAGES 9 TO IS THANKSGIVING DINNERS. THM "WIVES or NOTED MEN I'UKNISU US TIIKIIt PAVOKIXIS RECIPES. Mrs. Logan Tolls How to IMulco Mlnco-Mont mill Salad airs. Gon. Drum Prescribes a a Lobster Soup anil Mrs. Senator Uolph Gives tlio Directions for Malting Delicious Cake and Pudding Blrsi Gen. Sheridan Tolls How to Kroil Lobsters Mrs. Carlisle Furnishes ti Mayonnaise anil a Rlaclc Calco An Original Thanks giving Menu by Catherine Owens, mill Other Famous) Recipes Prepared Spe cially for "The Sunday Herald" by Noted Women. Thanksgiving comes next Thursday find great preparations are going ou at the homes of our statesmen in Washington. It used to bo that most of tho prominent men nto their Thanksgiv ing dinners in their own States. This was when It was not tho fashion to bring their families to tho Capital. Now tho most of our great men are rich mon. They own homes at Washington as well aB elsewhere, and ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

n ITT. TMijW . Tk. T - y t " j ft 1 1 1L: Fr mm rvMwwBiwnuc- navy IV "S2-'S. '' "WZlSSJItrs Xtk " Xnw.',"L tSJtrsana 7JU JJi, )l VII ( ' Ji - Zi zssL'-'r &. Ajrjf-n vw - "( v: .. y wc5 iii - . i ' ' t " SS- r AJ-. fcW V nMSfi2 MiSiilJlOWlWMWs . , . ARMY NOTES. Capt. J. L. Phillips, nsst. sure;., has been re lieved from further duty at Fort Crawford, Col., to take effect on his relinquishing the unex pired portion of his present leave of absence, and will report to the comdg. ofllcer at Camp Guthrie, 0. T., for duty. Second Lieut, L. G. Berry, 4th Art., will re port to the board of ord. ofllcers appointed to meet at the Army Building, New Yoik City, ou Tuesday, Dec. U, 1S00, for examination with view to selection for transfer to the Ord. Dept. Leave of abseuco for G months ou surg.'s cer tificate oi disability, with permission to go be yond sea, has becn'grauted Capt. II. G. Burton, asst. surg. Twenty recruits have been ordered to be as signed to the 1st Cav. nnd forwarded to suc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1890. 11 FOR An unimproved corner, four squares from U. S. Cupltol UulldlnK, and two squares from now Government Prlntinir Oflloo site, 109 teet front by 70 l'eet deep to alloy. On easy terms. For partic ulars apply to isaN33S fc AVJBVJSTt. OSO J St. 3. "W. WILLIAM II. IJAItNES, Notary Public. TKLKPnONE, 713-3. :b.a.:r,:lt:e!s &c "wbayeb, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 3JO J? Stieet9 Washington, X. O. Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents for Insurance Company of North America. totals. wrfcr Sfcesttamrmtitai RUSSELL'S 1335 9 ? i 6 E STREET NORTHWEST. noS-lxO NINTH STBEET OAKS. 7:77 LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAFE. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST. McCORMICK'S SIDE POCKET, 310 SIXTH STREET. POOL FIFT1" CENTS PER nOUlt. oc!2-ly 300 Scvcnt.li Street, Northwest. -iy 99 DUSTING- BOOMS 930 PENNA. AVENUE. OPEN XA.Y AJNJ NIGUT. DON'T EOUGET OUR BUTTER CAKES AND uuiN x xu c0FPEe-TEN CENTS. ool2-ly ocl2-l THEEBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. C. Army and Navy Headquarters. Eight Iron ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 23 November 1890

nW .t SjwSKSsSKiBit . . j--a? -r- i, fi 't'SIKfe. TTv .A'Jv.r'STya?y7 WW4cv77 JYSk K3 V.3S$$33SmS sBSsi'S" - S- S-..eifiJwN .'r-V virinurt .i- 1117 ..:.""' flRMSflf!WHJffiWfl - - The wedding of Miss Louise Coudit-Smith nud Dr. Leonard Wood, of tho Army, wbich took place on Tuesday afternoon, was a very handsome and stately houio function. Tho spacious drawiuti-rooms of Mr. Justice Field's mansion ou Capitol Hill, where the marriasie took place, were artistically decked with tall palms and Japanese chrysanthemums. In tho irout drawing-room, which was reserved for the bridal party, were assembled tho Justices of the Supreme Court. Here tho marriaee service was performed by Rev. Dr. Piatt, of San Fran Cisco. Tbcgroom. in full-dress uniform, attended by Lieut. Mans, of the Army, also In uniform, entered the roomfiist. Then came the bride on tho arm of Justice Field, who save her in marriage. Miss Alice Coudit-Smith was maid of honor. The bride was attired in an exceed ingly beautiful we...

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

MtgUiif ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1S90. 13 SOO.ETY OITAT. On Wednesday evening oeetircd tlio wedding of Miss Florcnco Kalbfus, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas 15. Knlbfus, and Mr. John B, Tor bcrt, of this city. TIig ceremony was per formed In St. Mark's Church, by the rector, Row A. Floridus Steole. Tho decorations of tlio chan cel were handsome palms nnd ferns nnd mnescs of chrysanthemums. Tho ushers were Messrs. Torbort, Duncauson. and Crenshaw. The best man was Mr. V. 1). Porter, Jr. There were two bridesmaids, Miss Nnnnlo Torbort and Miss May Howard. Miss Bcsslo Bnrnott, of Phila delphia, was maid of honor, and the bride was followed by two llttlo attendants, Miss Josio Focrtsch and Master Harry Clapp. Miss Knlb fus's dress was of heavy white faille with train of brocade. She woro u tullo veil and held a bunch of chrysanthemums and maidcn-halr fern. Tho maid of honor was in white molrG and gauze, aud tho bridesmaids in white silk. A large reception followed tho ...

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
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