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

"i"wm J rHE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1SQO. HOW SUB CAN CHATTER! "UAH" GOSSIPS ALL THE "WAY fc'KOat CLEOPATRA TO STANLKY. The Color of Cleopatra's Hnlr: 'WliHfWns It ?"-Doesn't Ltko Stanley nnd Tells , Why The KngliMinmn In Heavon Amerlcun "Women nnd Kngllslimcn Tho Latest Things In Garters. Special Correspondence of Sunday IIehaijD. New Yomc, December 5. Beauty may not always draw tis by a single linlr, but the subject o( hair Is much more to the fore now thanlsthcsubjcctof beauty. Whoso? "Why, Cleopatra's, of course. The young woman who belongs to the classes that arc golnc to cultivate her physically and mentally is spending: hours in the Astor Library utilizing her French and German in her search to discover just what was the color of Clco patra'6 hair. And the cause of this excitement is that Sardou makes Sarah Bernhardt appear with black tresses and a swarthy skin. The men who write in encyclopaedias, being men, devote exactly one-half a column to the woman who upset ...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

f THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1S90. I IN WASHINGTON THEATRES. TWO OKKATITiAVS "N T1IK 1111.13 l'OK T1IIS "WKKIC. "Slionnmlonli" Coining for tlio First Timo to tliu National "Tho Henrietta" nt Albnugli's Good Attractions nt the Other Houses Gonornl Stngo Gossip. There Is a good deal of quiet magnetism about tbo acting of Jlr. liobcrt Mantell, who playoil a limited repertory at tbo National Theatre last week. If It were not so It could scarcely have been expected that so many would have turned out during the fore part of the week to witness a drama resurrected from tho past, where until last season It had reposed to tho requiem of Its own dismal echoes. But such is tho order of things 1 An actor whoso abilities qualify him to create and In creating please tho public and reap substantial profit for himself chooses rather to plunge Into tho musty years pone by and bring out "The Corslcan Brothers" as a histri onic relic for tho rising generation. It Is not progressive ou the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7, 189Q. 8H?ja SmrKn )&!& iUjfiihj ilniionn1 Siiit-Uirjcitcer. t'Kf NATIONAL INTELUI3ENCGR ESTABLISHED UOfl. THE SUNDAY HERALD E6TA0UHD 13CS. date red at the Post Olllco nt Washington, n. C n Second-class Mnttor. J. U. SOUIiE .Proprietors. A. T. 11ENST3T Rrtttorl.nl nml Publication OOlcos, No. 409 Tonlli .Stroot Northwent. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sumlay Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. KOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEIiS. Subscript ion (in advance) per year $3.fio Remittances should be made bu postal note, money order, or checks on JVcio Yorl: or 'Washing ton. Wlicn checks on banks in other elites are tent the cost of collection will he deducted. MAKE IT A 11U5IXESS SESSION ! While it i6 wholly true that this Congress, at its second session, has, under the letter of the Constitution, evory right to orlgiuato ami per fect such legislation as a ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

THB SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1S9G. IT SHINES FOR ALL. raj WASHINGTON GAS STOCK TAKKS ON A BOOM. BS3 Caused hy tho Iteport of n Utah 1'lum In tho Shnpn of an Extrn Dividend Klc tric Light Also Shows Up AVoll Tho Itnlnnco of tho Ilt AVoaJt. KI 3V O- A. jjT -A. 1 Ml1 'Mil U Ml After lorn; and waiting It hascomo at last, and tho holders of Gas stock aro soon to ho en riched by a distribution of profits which they havo long been expecting and which comes now opportunely to cnablo each nd every shareholder to bo provided with a little ready cash to buy his or her Christmas prcsonts with. Tho news was whispered around during tho week that such action had been docided on, and the result is seen in tho largo transactions in thisono favorite security, which has been nl J lowed to drag as until lately. Tho rumor seems now to bo generally verified that at an early day the Gas Company will Issue to each bolder of 100 shares of stock a bond for .G00 bearing 0 nor cent, interest and conv...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1890. TO THE UNKNOWN GODDESS. nv nuDVAitn kipmno. Will you conquer my licnrt with your beauty, my soul ffoinjr out from nfnr ? Shnll I full to your hand as a victim of crafty ami cautious siffcnr Hnvo I met you and passed you already, un knowing, unthinking, and blind? Shall I meet you next session at Simla, O sweet est and best of your kind ? Does the P. and O. bear you to mo ward, or, clad In short frocks In the West, Are you Browing tho charms that shall capturo and torture tho heart In my breast? Will you stay In tho Tlalns till September my passion as warm as the day? Will you bring mc to book on tho mountains, or where tho thermantltlotos play? When the light of your oyes shall make pallid themean lesser lights I pursue, And the charm of your presence shall lure mo from lovo of the gay "thirteen two." When the peg and tho pigskin shall please not; when I buy mc Calcutta built clothes; When I quit the Delight of Wild Asses; foro- swearin...

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

wmamJimuiitmiMm w B THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1890. GOSSrP FOR THE GIRLS. Alice Confides to Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. .My Deau Louise: We aro approaching tho season of routs, balls, dinners, nntl amusements of tbat nnturo, though the people who make It a business to enjoy themselves have rather a short season In which to accomplish ngro.it deal. Hut with plenty of money tho 6oelal as pirant always finds tho occasion and tho guests. Washington can no longer bo twitted with provluclallnin. It becomes in winter tho social centre of tho country. Money amassed clso where is brought hero and skillfully used, so as to bring to its owner a goodly return in the shape of social recognition. Do you know, my dear, that it is a query with some peoplo how to use monoy after ono has it. I would ad vise the woman of wealth andambltionto "give dinners." The very greatest results in tho social lino frequently come from u course of handsome and successful dinner-giving. The ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

""iw y&pmw t" ws.- .SW'IWI.'M.'JB 8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1890. THE COLUMBIA ATHLETICS. THcn; fikst SArtmuAT night or THE SEASON VKBV SUCCESSFUI",. Interesting Exhibitions of Club Swinging, Fencing, Jumplnc, and Iloxlng A Wiisc ball Cluli Apparently Assured for Next Season Coming Foot-lmll Gnmci. Tho Columbia Athletic club-houso was very lively Inst night, it being tho first exhibition of tho season by the professors of nthletcs and their pupils. Tho interest of tho club men was very great, and long before tho hour set for the commencement of tho exercises tho largo gym nasium was packed by members and invited guests. The gymnasium looked cleaner and brighter than ever. When Mr. Howard Perry walked out to announce tho opening event he was received with applause. Tho exercises opened with a "wand drill" by twenty members. Tho ovolutions were capitally done, especially those of Professor Colcgato and M. McDermott. The Indian club exercise by Mr. Eugene Byrne was e...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

mmmmmmmimmm fiHCWWWWWWBWIWHWWWW'I'IWTT'WWwwwiwiiiiiii i, 111 mum '" 3hn3x 3m&lU:yr y&txtixxn&l ntllinKKX! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. DECEMBER?, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 NEW WASHINGTON HOUSES. WHEKK SOME SENATORS AND IlKFKE SENTATIVES WIM. LIVE. Statesmen's Homes "Which Hnvo Cost $100,000 Mrs. Znch Chandler's Now Mansion Sountor Stanford's Costly Stn blo Kijr Houses Which Won't Soil Tho Historic Houses ot Lafayette Squaro and Who Livo in THoin-Women Who Own Fortunes in WnBhingtonlroiiorty Whoro Our Koprosontatlvos Aro Liv ing Residences of Southern Senators and a took at Some of tho Groat Men's Homes on Capitol Hill. All of tho noted Washington houses aro now open for tho winter, and great preparations nro being made for tho social season, which begins with January 1. Tne number of pcoplo owning their own houses steadily Increases, and tho homes of our statesmen Krow more magnificent and nioro luxurious lrom year to year. I was told yesterday by one of tho Washington archi tects that t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

' "WW1W?r"?' " 10 SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S90. THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTI3S. Cant. Frank Heath, Ord. Dent., has been de tailed as a member of the board of ord. ofIlccr3, appointed Oct. 27, 1S90, vice Capt. Charles Shaler, Onl. Dept., relieved. Tho leave granted 1st Lt. C. A. Church, 5th Inf., has been extended 1 month. The following ofllccrs have been ordered to re port to Lt. Col. J. C. Bally, asst. mcd. purveyor, president of the examining board appointed to meet at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., Nay. 15, at such time as he may designate, for examination by the board ns to their "fitness for promotion: 2d Lt. John Cotter, 15th Inf.; 2d Lt. li. C.Welsh, loth Inf. Mnj. J. C. Gilmore, asst. adjt. gen., has been lelievedfrom further duty as a member of tho tactical board now in session at Leavenworth, Kan., and will proceed to Los Angeles, Cal., and report to the commanding gen. Dept. Ariz, for duty as asst. adjt. gcu. of that dept. Second Lieut. II. S. "Whipple, 10th Caw, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

wammmmmmmnmm THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1890. 11 WILLIAM II. BARNES, Notary Public. JOHN L. WEAVER. BOOKS THAT ARE NEW. II? TELEPnONK, B-A-IRlsriEJS &c REAL ESTATE 6S9 1 Stxect5 TVasliing-ton, X- O- Loans Negotiatca. Rents collected. Agents McCORMICK'S SOS POCKET, 310 SIXTH STREET. POOL FIFTY CENTS PER IIOUll. ocl2-ly 1335 E STREET NORTHWEST. noS-lyO . NINTn STREET CARS. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAFE. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST. 300 Sevcntli Street Northwest. (-t 7 jyHNTTStG- BOOMS 930 PENNA. AVENUE. OPEN IA. Y AND NIGHT. DON'T FORGET OUK BUTTER CAKES AND uuw COFFEE-TEN CENTS. ool2-ly oois-iy WASHINGTON, D. C. anil Navy IoaduartGrs. Army Eight Iron Fire Escapes. BURCH & GIBBS Manugors 403 TENTH STREET N. "W. Finest Wines, Liquors, and Cigars CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A SPLENBIB LUNCH SERVED DAILY. JAMES OASTELO, Proprietor. rayo-lyO .A. FINE LINE OF NSW FALL STYLES IN STOCK AT VEEI LOW PKICES. TUBMAN'S Seventeenth St. and Ponn. Ave. N. W. TELEPHONE, 903-3. oc27-tfl PAINTING f ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

F "JW " Ff i ivi(wfsrH'i i J 1 2WMS'r''' f.""' lr-.w w Vfr T3 Owing to the iuclcment weather the number of quests at the Foundling Hospital ten was somewhat small, but all were enthusiastic in their praises of the decorations, and the ap pearance of the infants and the general air of comfort and prosperity. There are now twontv four children in the hospital. The A. B. 0. tables were liberally patronized and the patronesses of the charity were much encour aged. The tabic for candles and tlowers was served by n number of young ladies. There was a room devoted to the sale of aprons and other articles for Christmas gifts. Mrs. Staples, Mrs. Swope. Mrs. Kcudell, and their aids were most efficient managers of this room. Now that the capabilities of the chanty have been tested, other entertainmeuts arc projected for tho bene fit of these little ones. The ladles receiving were Mrs. Senator Cullom, president of the ladies' board; Mrs. Heaven, and Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. Rathbone, Mrs. Chambers, M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

n THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1S90. 13 NEWS OF THE LODGES A lUTDOlCT OV IS'OTHS IWOIlt SK011ET SOOIKTY OIltCIiKS. More of ix Wcll-KiHiwn Mnaon'n Kocollcc ttous or European Travel Ioilca Dnlnijs, 1'arsonnl I'oints, untl Gonornl Gossip of Mi o Wools. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 8th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, Mb; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday, 11th: St. John's No. 11, Friday, 12tb; Hope No. 20, Friday, 12th. A. A. S. 15. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 11th. Blue Room: Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 0th; Ar minius No. 25. Monday, 8th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Oconto U. Whit ing No. 22, Tim: sday, 11th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Stausbury No. 24, Monday, 8th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple Grand itoyal Arch Chapter of tho District of Columbia, Wednesday, 10th; Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, Sth; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 11th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

14 TKCJK SUNDAY HKRALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S90. THE BEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN H OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER. Very Hc3t Trimmings. Flno Foreign Goods. First-clnss Cutting Talent. Large Selection Styles. The High-priced Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Flno Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Largo Selection Styles. Ply What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket, HAVE TOTJ VISITED OUR STOKE ? 1)43 Pennsylvania Avcnnc, Washington, J. C. Which is one of 3!) Branch Stores of the BOSTON Mass. mouth Rock Pants Co.,1 Corporation-Capital, 81.000.000. A PLAIN-SPOKEN DENTIST. ItE WISUKS AM. HIS BKKTHKEN HAD A MANIA FOK NEATNESS. Then Thoro Would Ho Less Dnneer to Their Fntlontn find Themselves Some of the Alarming legibilities of Pro fessional Carelessness. HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES. 1 carry the largest assort ment ol' American Watches, Diamonds, anfl 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city, and -will sell yon on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

. jt. vMfinfn 1foft.cj'vi" .pn iv ir! ? w ipt ' ' ry ftAHftltti ff 1( i- Tmm &xji&ix&rr aciBaR.A.ijD. stjmjdjy, December 7,is9o. 15 HAEBT W.D0WLI3STG- Roil Estate, Loans, nnd Insurance, 1 o :'. O STREET N 0 11 T II W 13 S T . ron SALE. N st nw, near 17th S3"i.000 Now York nvo nw, near 10th 10,000 New Hntnpshlro nvo nw, 0 rooms, n. m. I.. 10,000 Tenth st, nenr M nw, n rooms, a. m. i 0,500 Now Hampshlronvc, 0 rooms, a. in. 1 0,750 1833 ISth ntrcet,8 rooms, a. m. i 7,600 list, near 14th, a.m. I 7,400 S st. near 15th, a.m. 1 0,500 (537 T stnw. n. in. 1 f.000 inn Columbia st, a.m. 1 4,000 15 5th st no, rum. 1 3,500 1210 Cst bo, 0 rooms 1,050 Also, Lots In northeast and southeast, good lo cation and low prices. This is only a partial list of a lnrgo number or houses and lots on our books, which can bo sold at n bargain. FOR KENT. No. 1202 N street northwest, elegantly fur nished, containing twelve rooms, largo closets, and all recent improvements. S150 a month. "O EAL ESTATE B...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 7 December 1890

16 THE STJlstDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1890. I W . oils "tin 08 l ";, -. p f, '-, n. t, i - '; h S H O en Hi C.O , c l' :V cO yc ' v A I1 C vc c m CD INT 0eltles USEFUL, ORNAMENTAL, AND DECORATIVE, Tl 9 FRAMLE & 00. CORNER SEVENTH AND H STREETS N. W. AMERICAN ENERGIZER MANUFACTURING CO., Limited, :-J- ' . j 1416 F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. " ' ! ' MrfWo vlsf s at ' 13 e n n i xi sr s . T . c - rJ "-f--i.3t THE SAME HOUSE-POWER FOR ONE-TENTH OF THE COAL. Estimates furnished for this Engine or Momentum Energizer, whereby parties can use Electricity for Lighting Purposes, using their present boiler aud engine, making the light cost merely the prico of putting in tho Energizer and Dynamos, without using any more fuel, and giving increased results In horse-power for the steam evaporated. IjVITItliXGIEJXS WIICi BE PKOSECUTED. no30-tfl2 PAB8I u S MILWAUKEE BEER. TJv P " p On Account of I'urity, Ago, and Strength. ME From tho Choicest Malt and Mods. Especially good FAMILY USE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 December 1890

1 i ml 3Kn$x WL&klig Wr&ki&noil lttillxjjm&tf VOL. IXXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, DECEMBER14, 1890.-16 PAGES, NO.39 THE FINANCIAL IFLURHY. SKOIIETAUY WISDOM CONFEltltING WITH NKW YORK HANKERS. Tho Government Will Do AH lu Tin 1'nwar (o Give Kollof Views r Distinguished Kiihtern and Western Einnnclors A Sjicclnl ntcftMigo From tho President. New Yonic, Dec. 13. Secretary Windom, who nrriveil in New York this morning, held a three-hours' conference with a uumber of bankers on the financial situation. A full ex pression of tho views of tho financiers on the financial situation, the effect of additional silver legislation, and other matters was ob tained, and then the conference ended. Tho statement that the Secretary would mako was that ho was gratified at news in tho movement of gold from Europe to this country, and the Government would do all in its power to give relief to the financial and mercantile communi ties. Ho refused absolutely to bo interviewed, but parties close ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 December 1890

o THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUlsLDAV. DBCKjVmjSR 14. 1890. g ALONG A FAMOUS STREET. TKKTTV WOMEN" AND "WELL-KNOWN MKN ON ltliOAmVAY. Aotretons In Street Atttro A l'rocesslon of Bonnttes Well-Kiiown M"cn of Now York Professional Fncc Wnshers By OnMight ami by "Daylight. New Yonu, December 12. We have bail tho Tiorse show, the flower show, and numerous il oil shows, ami all o them mean but one thing; you probably think that the horso show was to In cite the breeding of good horses, tho flower to make orchids finer and chrysanthemums bigger, and the dolls to make popular baud work aud chaiity nothing of the sort. Tbey arc all for one cause, the encourage ment of woman. They simply form horsey, or flowery, or many-colored -backgrounds to bring out her aud her best gowns. She certainly now adays rules the court, the camp, the grove,most of the men below, though I rather doubt her having anything to do with the saints above. She Is the acmG of self-possession, and parades around the tin-bark, or...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 December 1890

m THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBER14. 1S90. . 3 1 MUSIC AND TUB DRAMA. WHAT AOTOKS AND HINGKUS AUK DOING TO AMUSE TIIUPUniiTC. T,iist, "Week's Invents Tlio Choral Society Concort-Thls Week's BillB A Novelty t Allinucli'B General Notes of the Stngo, An atmosphere of BroiiBon Howard prevailed at the principal theatres last week, and as a consequence tho public could not withstand the temptations offered to turn out In numbers. At tho National Theatre "Shenandoah" played to "standing room only" throughout the week and created tho same favorable Impression made In Now York and other cities where It has been seen. "Shenandoah," as Its namo would Indicate, deals with Incidents of the war, but In dealing with thoso Incidents the romance of tho story Is presented In a beautifully effective manner. It Is the story of love, but It Is love under circumstances entirely novel to stage productions. Only tho pen of an author and playwright of tho attainments of Mr. Howard could have surmounted t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 December 1890

THE SCNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBER14.189Q. iUtrklt) itatlono Sufclligciictr. 'HV NATIONAL tNTEl.LIGENCEn SSTABU3H0 '800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTA0U1HE0 . Snlered nt tli Post Ottiro p.t Washington, ), C. hs Second-clan Matter. J. II. SOUI,!!, A. T. HHXSKV, . ..Proprietors. KflUnrixl nuil Publication Offices, Xn. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. Onr patrons living; t'1 the line ol" the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent, direct by leaving their order at the ncwstnnd, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. XOTICE TO SUnSCIilBEIiS. Sulscriplion (0i advance) per year sjs.no Remittances s7ioulit be made bu postal note, money order, or checks on Kcw York or lrashitif ton. lYIicn checks on banks in other cities arc cnt the cost of collection will he deducted. $30 RE1VAUD. "THK SUNDAY nCKALD" it. convinced that there is an organized ganger paper Jjhloves In this city, ivho folloiv its curriers around and talco tho papers from tho door steps. "Vo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 14 December 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1S9G. 'I I DAUGllTEltS OF THE REVOLUTION A Very Interesting Meeting of tho Now Socloty. Tho Daughters of tlio Atnoticnn devolution held Its regular monthly meeting at the resi dence of Mrs. Cabell, 1400 Massacbusctts ave nue, on Thursday evening. Mis. Floia Adams Darling, vice president general In charge, In the chair. At her request Mrs. W. D. Cabell presided. The double parlors wcie filled with l.idies. Mrs. Cabell congratulated tho members upon having perfected tho organization. Thero were seventy charter members on the loll. Following is a partial list of them: Mrs. 13cn.iamin Harrison, Mis. Flora Adams Dai ling, Mrs. Gen. A. W. Grccly, Mrs. Justice Wnlte, Miss Eugenia Washington, Mia. William 1). Ca bell, Mrs. Gen. II. V. Boyntoti, Mrs. Dr. G. Brown Goodc, tho Misses "Washington, Mrs. Julius C. Burrows, Mrs. Col. Marshall Mac Donald, Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, Mrs. G. W. Shields, Mrs. William Earlc, Mrs. Howard Clarke, Miss Breckinridge, Mrs....

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