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

14 TPIJE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, iS90. THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN i OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. large Selection Styles. The HIgh-Pficed Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Flno Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Large Selection Styles. What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket. HAVE YOU VISITED OUR STOKE ? J43 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, I. C. Which is one of III) Branch Stoves of the Plymouth Rock Pants Co., BSN Corporntlon-Capltal, 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 you on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. A.. DL.. SALTZSTE1N, JR., JEWELER, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. BUY YOUR TRUNKS AND HARNESS AT :kl ot e e s s i ? s9 Buggy or Road Harness. Carriage or Coupe Harness. $25 reduced to $18...

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

A r tA $ lB I " H I Hl These Wines Have Earned a Well-deserved Reputation and Have Received Wines in the Market. HE RODE FOR NOTHING. A Suiooth-Fnced aiiin Who Know n Thine or Two. From tho Chicago Times. "I have not failed to rido dowu town on a North Side grip car free of charge for a week," said a smooth-faced, dapper young man to those who stood with him on the corner of Clark and Centre streets waiting to get aboard a car. "That so? Tell us how you do it, and we will work the snap, too," said his listeners in the same breath. "Well, it's this way: There are always a lot of people on the corner waiting for a car, and while tho conductor is helping the women on I jump aboard in front and take a scat insido. Then I pull out a paper and become intent on the news. Tho gripman, nine times out of ten, is busy fixing his tension screw or watching tho track ahead, and pays no attention to me. AVhen the conductor comes through tho car for his fares I never look up and ho has doubts about...

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

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1S90. Fine Building: Lots AT CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Near Intersection of Woodley and Tennallytown Roads. On Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 26, j AT ::!M) O'CLOCK, Wo will sell on the premises lots In CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, graded and guttered streets, shade trees, about 1,500 feet east of Tcnnallytowu rond, nnd on Woodley road, a short distance west of Connecticut uremic extended. Nowhere in northwest section bare lots a more assured fu ture value, lying right in the line of the- im provement of the northwest. Tennnllytown electric cars within live minutes' walk. Terms: One-third cash, balance one and two years; notes to bear 0 per cent, interest, payable semiannually, from day of sale, and to be so cured by deed of trust on property sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A ilep oslt of $100 on each lot at time or sale. Conveyancing, etc., at purchaser's cost. Terms to bo complied with in ten days, otherwise resale at risk and cost of defaulting pur...

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 November 1890

JV.ttfr 39H&ttl4 &ti&n&l Itrtiiignx: VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S90 16 PAGES. NO.37 GENERAL MILES TS HERE.. X1S AXING WITH THE THREATENING INDIANS. 'Hoping to Avert IIloodHhed lr l'oflMhlc, tho l'rexldctit Kntrusts Gon. Miles 'Willi (he Fullest Discretion Ail Indian Raid The Present Dnngor. Gcu. Miles nrrlveil In Washlniiton last even ing from Chicago mid spent sovcrul lioura in consultation with Secretary Proctor and Maj. Gen. Schofield in regard to tho tbreateucd In- dtan outbreak. Ho made a detailed statement of the stops already taken by blm and outlined his plan of operations in the ovent of a hostile demonstration on the part of the Indians. Secretary Proctor approved his course and told him that tho President had directed that he bo given tho fullest discretion, In tho hope that tho threatened outbreak might bo averted without bloodshed, II possible. The belief is that tho situation is greatly improved. Omaha, Neil, Nov. 29. A special from Rose...

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 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1S90. WOMEN, HORSES. FLOWERS. "BAH" ON TIU3 l'ADS OK BW YOKK'S GAY SOCIAL CIRCLES. 3Urx. T.eollo Cnrtor'sDobut ThoUorsoSliotT unit tlio SwBRBcr Set Laws of Currlngo Etiquette The Chrynnthcinum Crnre "Womnn's Influenco in Hanks. Special Correspondence oC Sunday Heiiai.d. New Yonic, November 27, 1S0O. I sat amoncc hundreds of the people the other night to sec a woman make her dfibut as an actress, a woman entirely unknown to me, whom I hud never seen, yet about whom I had read and heard much; read and neard so much that I began to think there wouldn't be so much clatter II there was any truth back of It nil. And while I was WAITING FOIl THE CfltTAlN TO OO UP I thought out this: There can't be anything vrrouc In a woman who Is willing to work for her child's sake; there can't be anything wrong in a woman who for a year has worked and striven that she might presont to the public a play that was not the hurried result of a few re hearsals, but in w...

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 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1890 3 TALK OF TUB THEATRES. LAST WEEK'S ATTllAOTIONS AND TIIOSK OF THIS 1'ItKSKXT WI3KK. Opinions About Murlo TcmpeM Itobcrf Jinn tell nnd Mnggia TV1 itclmll In Old and New Plny "Shoiimidoah" unci rite Henrietta" Coming, Miuiy and diverse linvu been tho ciltlctsms passed upon tho music of "Tlio Bed Hussar," which held tlio boards at Alliauch's Grand Opera IIoumj Inst week, and, despite, tlio fact that the prtss has not been unanimous in its approval, the Optra hns succeeded in pleasing large audiences vherover it has been presented. There is 0110 merit the opera possesses in an eminent degree, and that is Its originality. The music is distinctive and without the suggestion of plagiarism. Some of the airs, too, aro pretty, Uiough not what may bo termed "catchy," and tlio story is of considerable in terest. It may be said, however, that n largo share of its success is attrlhutablo to tho man ner in which the opera is presented. Outside of tho c...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, N0VEMBER30, 1S9Q. AND lUccltln llniioitnl Sntclliijcuccr. the National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1600. THE SUNDAY HERALD C6TADUH0 1364. rtntorod nt tlto Tost Olllco at YVnahlngton, U. C, nn Second-clans Mnttor. J. U. BOVT.T&, I Proprietors. A. T. HESSE V, j Kilitorlnl and l'ntillcntioii Olllces, Ko. 400 Tenth Street North-wont. $30 REWARD. "THE SUNDAY HEKAID" i convinced thnt thoro is nn organized enne of pnpor thieves in this city, who follow Its cnrrlors Htound rind tuko tho papers from tho door stops. IVo will pay a rownrd of $30 for the arrest ami conviction of nny ono of those thieves. $30 REWARD. At least half n dozen Democratic statesmen will to-morrow begin regular training In public for tho Speakership of tho Fifty-second Con gress. Their trial performances for the next three months will be watched with keen in terest by the galleries and by the country, and it Is safe to say that tho final race will not be won by tho man who develops traits mo...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S9G. THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE ROOM. It Ih I'rottlcr Tlinn liver Now Other Wlilto House Improvements. Mr6. Bonjamln Harrison's good housekeeping begins to show results In tho greatly Improved condition of tho Whito House. She began her improvements some months ago with tho buy ing of tublu linen and bed-room furnishings, nud now from garret to cellar tho impress of her hand is to bo seen. Her corps of able assistants understand perfectly that tho present first lady of tho land is well versed in all that makes home or housekeeping a fine art. For tho pres ent tho reign of steward housekeeping is over in the Presidential Mansion. Tho twenty-fivo thousand dollars appropriated by Congress for improvements and furnishings in the Executive Mansion could not have been used to better ad vantage than Mrs. Harrison has done. Beauti ful as tho Blue Kooin was mado during Presi dent Arthur's administration, It is still mora so under Mrs. Harrison's refitting and...

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

THE SUNEAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1890 NEWS OF THE LODGES. THE WKBK'S DOINGS . AMONG THE FRATERNITIES. Moro of Mr. Vnrlcor's European Expe riences MiihoiiIc Visitation What tlio Two Kccliabltu Orf-anizntlon Aro l)o Irifr Other Secret Society Notes. The followlnfj Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuinc week: ..WU..aj, fc.-., .MtUMUlll A.V. ., AlllkHMlt, .wit, Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 3d; La Fayette No. It), Thursday, 4th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, oth. A. A. S. H. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 3d. Blue Room: Columbia No. 2, Wednesday, 3d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, fith. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 1st. Maso'nlc Hall, Unlontown Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 1st. ftoyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple La Fayette No. fi, Tuesday, 2d; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday. 3d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Mount Ilorcb No. 7, Thurs day, 4 th....

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

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER SO, 1SOO. 7 THE KOYALi llOAD. 11Y MIIP. M. Ij. HAYNB. " Dorothy .Tones t" calls thodlstrlctteaehor, Tho girl looks up with u saucy Miillo; His volco Is Btom, though his e.Ti'B beseech her " Supposo you ptvuly your books h white. " There's no royal rotul that leads to learning." Tho school-house shadows piny hide and icck On tho lovoly facet with anger burning, Hut not n word will Dorothy spunk, " Sluco you're not Inclined to pay attention To mo or nny established rule, I'll mark your natno tor special mention And stay In, Dorothy, after school." And ho was thoro ever such a vision As Doiotliy Jones In her gown ot pink ? He hears outsldo in the Holds elyslan Tho call of a lovesick bobolink. " Keclto tho lesson "her head drops lower " I love, you love, ho loves, we I know It, teacher, wo love, you love." "Slower." " It is growing late please, may 1 go ?" " I love, you lovo" ah, tils head is turning " I lovo you, darling." Ho takes her band. They havo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

rMH SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S90. BUTTER WORTH'S GOOD HUN IT WAS T1IK FKATUKK OV YESTER DAY'S KOOT-UAL1, GAME. Tho Colmubina I) c Tea tod After a Uiird StrtiKRlo "With Lehigh mnl llio Um piro Ruttorworth the Hero of tho Hour. Capitol Park was well filial with a lively crowd of foot-ball enthusiasts yesterday after noon to see tho Columbia Athletics meet tho noted cloven from Lehigh University. Tho crowd was not wholly Columbian, as thcro was large number of Lehigh students and grad uates present, proudly wearing tho brown and black of their alma mater. Many ladies were present. There were several brilliant plays in the game, but tho greatest of all, and one of the greatest that has ever taken place on a ball Held, was Frank Butterworth's run of almost the entire length of the Hold. Indeed, it was as good as tfsat made by Lamar in tho Prince- luii-xaic game in issf. mo Lehighs were workinc the ball steadily down toward goal, and had reached the twenty-yard limit. Tho Colum...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

fJBSCBISEBS COPT. JVtxfr Wlklig M&tixitx&l nilli&xKx!. ESTABLISHED 1SOO. NOVEMBER30, IS90. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE FEMININE PURSE. "SHALL OCR "WIVES AND DAUGHTERS HAVE A FIXED AMOWANOK ? "What tho "Wives of tho President and Onr Senators and Judges Think About It Mr. Harrison Saj-s It Makes Hotter "WIvcb and Ucttor Daughters Mrs. Jns tlco Field Say s Money Is Ono of "Woman's Rights Mrs. Senator Mandorson Illus trates Ilor Views by a Story Mrs. Sen ator Spooner Wants tho Bank Left Open and No Questions Asked. The question as to bow the money mutters of tUo family shall be regulated 13 ono that entors Into not only the homos of our statesraon nt Washington, but Into every American house hold. Shall tho wivo3 and daughters of tho United StateB have to call upon their husbands und fathers day after day for every cent thoy use, or should a fixed allowance bo granted to them, and out of this they bo expected to pay their personal expenses and thoso of tho house hold? This Is a subje...

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 November 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1S90. 1 ARMY XOTES. The Board of Visitors to West Point, Sentor Hawley, president, in its annual report, says the buildings Tvero found in cood condition and that tbe appropriations alicady mado for new edifices will furnish the post with nil necessary accommodations. The Superintendent's esti mates for Improvements ($201,017) were found necessary, but in view of the appropriation of $780,000 still unexpended, the board docs not urge the grantlnc of the entire amount recom mended the coming fiscal year. The board rec ommends that the old historic academic build Inns now in use be preserved. The disclpllno of the Academy Is commended. As the present accommodations will enable the Academy to receive and graduate 100 moro cadets yearly than at present, the board recommends that Eome action be taken to keep up tho full quota of cadets. Tartly from the delays in tho ap pointment, and more often from failures to fill vacancies, the number of cade...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

'WPPff vWFYvwwfSit 'p;miti!fm!iinrr THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S9Q. 11 WILLIAM H. BAUNKS, No'ary Public. Ti:i,r,puoxE, 7ta-. JOHN L. WEAVER. ZB-AJaifcTIElS 3s ;sta &2iy IP Street, W"a.sliing,ton9 DO- C Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents 3$csis:Jl55 &nSx ?Rsitxtx;iTtsi &i B j ? ? ? 1335 E STREET NORTHWEST. nc-'-l j 0 1NT1I STKUKT CAltS. o H W W w ft OTj F&7SSJJ LADIES' AND OENTr.KSIENS CAFK. Ar.SOLUTELY TUB KEST. McCORMICK'S SIDE FO U1G SIXTH STREET. .POOL FIFTY CENTS PEU HOUH. ocl'-My iJOO Seventh Street Northwest. -iy DINING- ROOMS 930 PENNA. AVENUE. OI?JE:X JDA.Y aVfX NIGHJr. . D0NT FOHGET OUU BUTTElt CAKES AND COFFEE-TEN CENTS. ocllMy Ocl2- THEEBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. C. Army and Navy Headquarters. lKaslit Iron Fire Kucapcs. 'BURCH & GIBBS Mnungors .NEW YOUK BUFFET, 405 TENTH STREET N. W. Finest Wines, Liquors, and Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A SPLEMBID LUl'OH SERVED JJAlIiY. JAMES OASTEI.O, lroprlotnr. myO-ls'O A. 3TINE3 L.IIV3E OF NEW FALL S...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1890. 13 SOCIETY CHAT. Tlio military nixl civic reception nnd ball, complimentary to tho honorary members unit friends of tho Old Guard, occurred on last Mon day night at tho National Rifles' Armory. Tho hall was handsomely decorated with national emblems and potted plants, and presented u brilliant, sceno nR tho dancers whirled throiiRh tho mazy waltz and joyous youth and stately matron initialed In tho plain quadrille. It was enjoyment for the younc and old ns they tripped the llht fantastic or listened to tho ravishing music of Schroeder's orchestra. Over threo hundred couples uladdened tho hearts of tlin veterans in expressions of thoir eujoyment of tho occasion. Professor J. A. Vermilya, as floor director, and his corps of able nssi6tauts wero assiduous in their efforts to plcaso and accom modate thoso participating in the dance. Aniony those present wore members of tho National ltillcs, National Guard. Corcoran Cadets, and Logan Camp, So...

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

THE SUNDAY I-IlRALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1S90. 14 r3 V: !h ! OUR $35 SUIT GUT TO ORDER, Very licst Trimmings. Fine Foreign OooilSt The High-Priced Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Large Selection Styles. First-class Cutting Talent. Large Selection Styles. What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket. HAVE YOU VISITED OUR STOHE? D4J5 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington. I. C. Which is one of 39 Branch Stoves of the BOSTON j mass. Corporation-Capital. $1,000,000. HEADQUARTERS FOE AMERICAN WATCHES. Kivmnirrn Knnkt'anTQi.n 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches. Diamonds, anti 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city, and -will sell you on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. .A.. L. SALTZSTE1N, J3S.-, JE"W"DE3Ij1S33.9 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. W8P THE FEMININE PURSE. Continued from ninth pane management. This would frustrate- tho very end in vlow. In our family ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 30 November 1890

-AJVDD COBTINDfflfi UNTIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. SHOPPING CAN BE DONE NOW WITH MORE COMFORT THAN LATER ON, AND The "Star" Prices Below Make for You. Cloak Department. S10 Ladles' Heavy Chovlot lteofera 80.4S S0.50 Ladles' Heavy Chevron Keovers 5.08 $10 Ladies' Plush Coat, Blazer with Vest. . . 17.08 Misses' Lout? Garments; Dark Blue trimmed with Blue aud White cord Size 4 0 8 10 12 14 Regular... S0.G0 $7.00 $7.50 S8.00 S8.50 $0.00 Star Price. S5.08 $0.48 S0.08 S7.4S S7.98 S8.48 Misses' Long Plaid Coats, with Capes; very 4 0 8 10 12 14 Regular... S4.75 S5.25 $5.75 $0.25 SG.75 $7.25 Star Prico. S4.38 S4.78 85.18 S5.58 S5.08 $0.38 (iOO Misses' Navy Blue Cheviot Reefers; sizes. 12, 14, 10. Star prico $4.78 $1.50 Ladies' Gossamers, Silver Gray or Brown 08c. Dry Goods. One case of Sicilians for Wrappers and Tea Gowns. Designs of theso Roods aro in exact imitation of French Flannels. Others sell them lorl2c. OurregularprIcois7c. Stur price, 61c. a yard. . jUMRfe.'Ulea&Jiod Cottons, comu...

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

16 H $TJNrA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1.S90. CORPORAL IIUTTERLY WINS UK CAl'TUKKS Till! " H12UAL.D'S" OOtil) MEDAL Villi MAKKSMANSHIP. 1200, 1202, 1204 JB1 STREET, CORNER TWELFTH. THE COMBINATION, H u Tli Conlot at tlio KUlo Knnco Thanks giving Dny Vrcsontlntr (lie l'rl7c lo ilio Victor A Sketch of Corp. ITuttorly. Corporal 0. A. Hutterly, ol Company A, Sixth Battalion. District Nntional Guard, won the hnndsonio SrsDAY Hkuai,i e;old medal In the Thanksgiving rillo contest at the AVashltu: ton Barracks range. He mailo the handsome total score of 117 out of a possible 140, Lieut, George A. Harries and Color Sergeant Edwards each scoring 100. Tho day was chilly, hut tho match was witnessed by a considerable number of spectators, and. was participated in by twenty marksmen. The match was over four ranges 200, 300, 500, and COO yards and each com petitor tired seven shots ut each range. Corpo ral Hutterly's score in detail was as follows : 200 t, 3. 4, 5, a, 4, 4-27 BOO 4, 4, a, 4, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

aljc Jinfr OTUtr Sl&txjcm&l ltTt&JUgjmtf. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, XS90. 16 PAGES. NO.38 vr ii SENSATIONAL INCIDENTS. A IiOMBSHEIil. IN THE NATIONAL AIXIANGE CONVENTION. Stormy Sessions Charges of Corruption A Boom Turns Into a Boomerang Dis satisfaction With Now Ofllcors A Presi dential Ilcsidcnao at Washington. Ocai,a, Fi.a., Dec. 0. Tho afternoon session of tho National Alliance was exciting through out. Tho Macunc-Folk-Llvlngston investiga tion was productive of sensational Incidents. President Hall, of tho Missouri Alliance, got tho lloor and his indignation subsequently found vent in a written protest against the report of tho committee on investigation submitted and adopted yesterday. A cross-flro of objections and demands ensued, during which excitement arose to tho highest pitch. Macuno's friends in tho meanwhile used every art to choko off tho whole business and to proceed with the order of the afternoon. Those of the anti-Macunites who managed...

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