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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1890. THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. AIOIY NOTES. Tho following officers have been detailed by Secretary 1'roctor to collect exhibits in South and Central America for the Chicago Exposition oflSt2: Capt. G. 1'. Colton, 1st, Art.; Capt. Alex. Kodgers, 4th Cav., and 1st Lt. G. P. Scrlvcn, 3d Art. They have been assigned to Honduras, Salvador, Brazil and Guatemala, and Yucatan, respectively. Each officer is made a military attach6 to the American Legation at the country to which he has been assigned. Tho Secretary has ordered that bread baked at military posts shall be sold only to pcisons connected with the posts, so as to avoid coming into competition with private bakeries. The principle new features of the military Academy Appropriation bill, which has been completed by the House committee, are: For repairs of quarters for enlisted men, $5,000; for two sets of officers' quarters, $20,000; for twenty sets of quarters for enlisted men and their fami ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

TPIE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1S9Q. 11 ft Stettl W&tixte "WILLIAM H. I1AUNES, Notary Public. TULKPHONE, BA.K3iTEiS Sc AL ESTATE BROKERS, 030 "F1 Street, "Wa,sliingtoi"i9 I- O. Loans Negotiated. Rents collected. Agents EAEEI W.DOWLING- Heal Estnte, Loans, and Insurance, 10 0 3 0 STREET N 0 U T II W E S T . FOK SALE, N st nw, near 17th ..S35.000 New York nvo nv, i..u 10th 10,000 Now Hnmnshlrc uvo nw, 0 rooms, a. , in. i. 10,000 Tcntn st, near ai nw, v rooms, a. in, New Hampshire uvo, 0 rooms, a. m, 1823 ISth street, 8 rooms, a. in. i list, near ltth, a. m. 1 S st, near 15th, u. m. I 037 T s t n w , 1 1 . in . i . 1514 Columbia st, a. in. 1 ir. r,Hi at. in, n. m. i. ,1.. 11.750 7,500 7,100 0,500 0.000 1.000 :j,boo 1210 C st se.G rooms 1,050 Also, Lots In northeast and southeast, cood lo cation and low prices. This is only a partial list of u larjro number of houses and lots on our boohs, which can be sold atabai-Kaln. ,,, l'UU JliX. No. 120- N street northwest, elegantly ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

v VnsVa-.JL JL JLiflKftffiyi jML . A U 1L JL - 1 IMS.JI4T;) ? A- "v .. sBM&&$i " .j. ntt . .1 . ..1 -ttl ,v.tinrl,lHi &ttmmmm&m MmmsmsrL jraprfflfflraBBBBas IIM "i wit mmmmm- a wiwftTOMw mimMmQu-rr no AjmiWjwin n- ici Rhouivuf. mmi AiwwsivMmuiw'j!M4jsr vaRssarsKaMifjiciwiTx !'' a . j. wiw rva-rrjriixa.wnjrt''iaSi..--jj i ?j mil -iig a v.t------. i5 ZM SfflW W WKPflMK OiJ UM MW litfvTSSa w, r I t ... .. ;c vzn wm&immmmwmmma -j3Ss.r- Mrs. Harrison, accompanied by Mrs. McKce, went Christmas shoppinc on fcaturday. The work of putting the electric liehts In tbc 'White House will ho completed justbeforo Christmas. The mnrrincc of Miss Harriet Porter Milliken. daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Milliken and niece of Congressman Seth Milliken, of Maine, and Lieut. Samuel C. Letnly, of the Navy, was celebrated in the Church of the Epiphany, on Wednesday, at noon. Her. Dr. McKim rend the marriage scrvico. The ushers were Capt. "Williams, of the Army; Lieut. Denny, of the Marin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

THE SUN13AY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1890. 1G Y m SOCIETY 01LAT. Mrs. Loulso Hillard l'nttct60ii litis taken opaitmciits for this season at the Buckingham. Mrs. Patterson should not ho confounded with other persons of the same name who have visited Washington. She is one of itiiio llvimr children or the lute 0. II. Hillaid, who was one of the coal kings of Wllkcsbiirre, Pa., and the eldest daughter of his second wife, Hannah, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Col. J. .1. Dennis and grand-daughter of Judge Jesse Foil, who for thlrty-thrco years was associate JiuIcp of Luzerne County, l'n., which position he filled with dignity aud" credit to the lime of hU death. Mrs. l'attei son's half brothers and slsteis inanlcd into her mother's family, thus making her doubly related to many of tho oldest and most distinguished families of Wllkesbarro, n town noted for its conser vatism and adheiance to family traditions. Mr. Illllaid was seriously Injured whllo cross ing tho railroa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1SQO. COMBINATION, TWELFTH AND F STREETS NORTHWEST. Continuation of Special Holiday Offerings. THE If you arc nt n loss what to buy you linil bettor senn this list carefully. It is wlint wo claim n thorough shopping soldo for this week. It will ounblc you to make your purchases without nuy delny nnil with perfect satisfaction. ON THE FOURTH FLOOR. Take the Elovator. You will find Mailrns Scarfs, tinsel of jrolil border, 15c. Madras Scarfs, tinsel of silk border, -5c. unuin suit scans, witn silk fringe, 4sc. ' How Silk Table Scarfs, special colorings, T8c. Mascnscn Art Panels, 3Sc, 48c.. and TSc. 200 Screens, imitation China silk Ailing, cherry and ash,SSc. -IX) Easels, highly polished ill cherry and oak, full brass trimmed, Sl.Mi. Japanese Screens, in 111 nek Cloth, embroidered In heavy cold bullion, S3.24. Folislica Oak and Cherry Squnre Top Tables, S1.10. I Brass Tables, highly polished, with silk plush I top, S-YJ4. i Brass I'lnuo Lamps,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21..1S90. 15 N.T. ENQEL. tv W. ENGEL. THE OLD ORIGINAL AND RELIABLE VEGETABLE AND FRUIT HEADQUARTERS! C. ENGEL'S SONS, ESTABLISHED IN 1850. TUB OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE WHOLESALE AND ltETAIL DEALERS IN FRUIT VECETA ma& Kba Ba Ve' IIST WASHINGTON. Nos. 589, 590, and 591 CENTRE MAEKET. To-morrow we oiler our usual complete nssortmcnt or Now, Hare, and Early "Veuotnbles, Fruits, nnil Hot-IIouso Dellcncles. Tliero Ib nothing In the foreign or domestic market but wlint can bo obtained nt this popular place. GREEN PEAS, CUCUMBERS, MUSHROOMS, LETTUCE, BRUSSELL'S SPROUTS Arc anions: tbo many Raro Vegetables for Bale by them at present. THEY ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF HotBHonse C3rra,pe ? SHIPPED THREE TIMES A WEEK, The Qi'oss Colman and Jilaclc Haniburt Hc'mn the Most Popular. One Should Not Fail to Visit this Popular Place of Vegetation. FOR CHRIST MAS! THE LARGEST STOCK OF Fancy Groceries,, Table Deli- mi o, Two Stores, 1209 F street northwest, and 11...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

1(3 THE SUNDAY HEKALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBEK 21, 1890. A"I85 (ft A "O 11 lfnl . ext few days will be a great time for buyers, and we are ready for them, with tons of goods. Unrivalled stocks in quality and quantity. Everything desirable. Everything new. Your money will go the furthest with us." It's a well-known fact we want to impress on you that we have the largest stock of goods in our line south of New York; and if you want good things you will always find them at Cornwell's. Here are a few leaders. Read carefully 1 lck out what you want. Make a memorandum of it. Then you are ready for business. That is the way to shop systematically. Then come to us for it PLUM PUDDING. Why do you make your own when ayc can furnish the genuine En glish article ? Mrs. K. U. Hardcastle's, 1-pound, 2-poimcls, 3-pounds. Richardson & Robbins's, 1-pound, 2-pounds, 3-pounds, 4-pounds. Mixed Creams, Mixed Extra Bon-Bons, Broken Candy, Extra Fine Raisins, Finest Imperial California, Finest Dehesa Punch, F...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

THK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1881. 17 AN HALLUCINATION. Chicago America. Slio ulnyrd upon tlio burlesque atapc, With Binllo eomowhnt nieelinnloul. Her costume would, mctliltilis. euriiRO Tlio ultra'pnrltnnlcal. Her stiuro nppnrcl, t must sk.v, Was quit u Inclined to brevity. And not constinclcd hi a wny Conducive) lo lnnirovity. The fairy foim Unit onco I prized O'er nil contemporaneous, Tlmt llnuro Unit I Idolized Is made by means extraneous. I'm jeered nt now by heaitlef-s ends. AlnoU.ii-dny 1 Sho pads, ebc pads 1 She lived In nn iipai tmont suite, 'Way uptown In n ecctlon nlry; And thero I took her things to cat, llnrc fruits and lino confectionery. On love so blind, so foolish, fond, 'Twcrc needless to expatiate. I know 1 loved thatburlcsnuoblondo In innnner naiiBlit could satiate. Ah, mo 1 I thought her fnlrcr than A Venus of mytholoHy. For her deceit she owes mo nn Unqualified apology. She pads, nlus I She p.ids, I know, Dccnuso her hnsbnnd told me so. Mr, AsMoh's S...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

IS THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1SQO. i8k i Foot-Ball Suits, Rugby Balls, Pocket Cutlery, Sleds, Toboggans, Skates, Health Machines, A Fine Display of Steam Machinery will be afforded the Boys next week in our Show Window, Hunting Shirts, Leggins, Athletic Goods, In-door Gaines, WBS3 Gymnasium and Gen eral Athletic Goods. Gymnasium Goods of all kinds, Douglas' s Celebrated Shoes. Parker, Lefever, and Colt's Hammerless Breech-Loaders. All Kinds of Guns. , kit ' 1 3fvfelitl I s- f&Z '5S Jil td$rTr Steam Engines, Steamboats, Steam Yachts, Toys Eun by Steam, wBKBBBBmm 1 1 vh" .'jrt jjwnME;v-AA hbv t Sss .1,, Eings. Air-Guns, Eifles, Boxing Gloves, Indian Clubs, Fencing Foils, Wands, Locomotives and Cars, WASHIKGTI DEPO H-tm E OF ft. G. S EafifcaWmSiza E3 A 1EJ T FOR THE SAL cEEEsa EEffia saS2an HsSaa wwflfrni rafflfrn Emmsu V tra In-door Base-Ball, Photographic Outfits from 5 to 100. & BRO.'S ATHLETIC SUPPLIES. rV Uk-i ' PAULDING C&a xJ' 23 mfe i- $r L- jgg HE PROV...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

19 ci & At this particular time, when your purse has to respond to so many demands, and when you feel as though a dollar should do double duty, you will be gratified to find us prepared to save you money on all CHEISTMAS PUECHASES in our line. We have spared no efforts to place before you as handsome a collection of CHEISTMAS NOVELTIES as brains and money can procure. THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1S90. n Seventh St N. W Seventh Si N Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Umbrellas! We don't know of a moro acceptablo present than an Utnbrolla. Wo offer a very substantial Gloria Umbrella, with Sllvcrlno Ilook, for 98c.; sold everywhere for $1.25. A handsome Natural-Wood Handlo Gloria Umbrella for $1.20, worth $2. A very fine Umbrella, with German Wclchsol Handle, for $2.25; regular price Is $4. All of our Umbrellas have Paragon Frames. Suspenders ! One of the most sensible of Christmas Gifts Is a Pair of Suspenders, lloro you can give full play to your tasto, whether your purse be lean ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 21 December 1890

"" JTTWSWPr SO THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1S9U. A. PIERCE & CO., Successors to B. G5-. Davis, MARKET SPACE, COR 8TM ST. w STORE OIPEIS" CANW E H Perhaps we can if you rvill talcc time to vend our "Daily Holiday JBuUctin." You will find many "ideas" i)i them, and. tvith prices to suit your purse, they ought to be interesting to you. All the 2'ices advertised in our bulletinare sj)ecials: don't forget that. Can't you find something in to-day's list to suit yon? Head it over andscc. UMBRELLA. SPECIALS. Handsome Holiday Umbrellas, 20 or SS-inch. for Gentlemen or Ladies. Best Windsor Silks, with all sorts of handles, such as Dresden China, French Oak. Weltzcl, Sterling Silver, Trench Horn and Sterling Silver, Buck Horn. The list below are nil specials. S2.50. S1.60, S.VJ3, S5.50 each. Our S5.1,' Um brella is especially jrood. The handles in this lot aro very rich combination of French Oalc and "Sterlinjr Sliver." The siilver is worked on in nil sorts of curious ways, far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

'I JUr 3$Wkl Wr&ti&n&l IttifcUxgjm VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, DECEMBER28.1890.-16 PAGES. NO.41 SPORT ON THE AVENUE. (1AY SCENES DURING THE SLEIGHING CARNIVAL YESTERDAY. Hunrii-oUBof Sloigbs of All Sorts umlConrti HonH Pulled by Horses Fust and Slow Through the Snow and Slush Big Crowds Witness tbo Fn-Prlsr.oAVlnnors. Jingllmr sleigh bells, living horses, the cries of their drivers, the cheers iiml yills of thou snntls of spectators, and the swish of Bteel run ners ns they cut through the snow and slush made the Avenuo about as lively a place as the most hilarious hollday-niakcr could wish for yesterday afternoon. It was the sleighing car nival, and it was a big success for tho short time it lasted. It is many years since Washing ton has had such a snowfall as that of Christ mas Day and night, and the whole town turned out yesterday to see the fun on tho Avenue. The walks on both sides were crowded with spectators almost from tho Capitol to tho Treasury, and along tho s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

2 rHh SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY. DECEMBER28, 1890. i WHY SOME WOMEN WED. "BAll" GIVES SOJtK DIFFEKKNT REA SONS FOB MARRIAGE. "Women Who Marry Heedlessly anil Smno Who Wisely Wed How to Have n Hnpny Ncw Ycnr Are Wo Good or Ill-Mim-xiOTcil? A Woman's Christmas Stocking. Special Correspondence of Sunday llr.n.vt.D. New Yokk., December 20. At a fashionable wedding the other ilny a man said tome, "What do women marry for ?" I thought a llttlo bit and I said, "Experience." And ho nuswered me, "Wbnt do you think men marry lor ?" And I told him 1 believed It was because men thought It was tho proper think to do, and that although ho wasn't supposed to be a paiticu larly proper animal, man looked out very much more for tho propiictles than does woman. Women are lovely, exceptionally lovely, at criticising the lack of thought displayed by an other woman, but, blessed little idiots, for the sake of a cause, or for the sake ot a man, they will rush ahead and never mind what the world says, and it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUN DAY. DECEMBER 28. 1890. I I MORE FINE HOLIDAY BILLS. tflltST-KATE ATTENDANCES AT AT,T, TIIE HOUSES THIS "WhEK. AgnoH Huntington In "Paul Jones" nt Lincoln Hnll, Mario Wnlnwrlght attho Natloiml, mill KurhoII'h Comedians at AlbniiBli'a Iiiist Woolt's Shows. "A Parlor Match" flashed at regular intervals last week ut tho National Theatre before largo audiences. Evans and Hoey havo always been favorites hero with the fun-loving people, and they inauago each year to iutroduco sufficient novelty into their performanco to give a degree of freshness to tho skit which they uso as a ploy. In reality there is nothing to the pieco moro than u framework around which to drape a list of specialties varying in quality accord ing to the abilities of the several artists com prising tho company. Mr. Evans as I. McCorkcr Is very funny in a way. His make-up and mannerisms are exaggcratlugly appropriate to the cheeky book agent ho impersonates, and ho Btlll wears that frozen smilo w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

THE SUJSCDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER2S.1890. AMI ttlrrhltj Jlniionn1 finicltigcnccr. n-SJ- NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTASUSHCO 1900. TKE SUNDAY HERALD SIAOiifCD IMS. rintetCMt at tho Post Office at Washington, i. On as Socond-clap Matter. J.n.SOUMiT I Proprietor,,. A. T. KKN3BY, J Kdltarlal and Publication O 111 cos, No. -109 Tenth Stroot Isorthwet. $0 REWARD. "THi: SUNDAY HKKAI.D" is convinced thnt thero is an organized irnncnf paper thieves In tills city, who follow its carrlors around and tako tho papers from tho door steps. "We will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ouo of these thieves. $30 REWARD. Our patrons living on tho line ol" tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstand. Baltimore and Ohio Depot. XOTICE TO SUBSCllIBEIiS. Subscription (in advance) per year $2.50 'Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on 2Tcw York or Washing ton . Wlicn checks on banks in ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2S, 1S9G. i TOWN TALK. Some excitement was occasioned yosterdny nttcruoon bv n sllKlit lire bcinff discovered In tlio roof of Harris's Theatre It was occasioned by a defective Hue, and was soon put out, thouirh the place, in the extreme (rablo end of tho bullclW, wub dllllcult of reach. .Mad tho alarm taken pluco thirty minutes sooner It would liiivo caused a panic In tho place, as tho matinee was n lame one. Big dinner ut the Elks dining-rooms Now Year's Day. Tho Kensington Sim Is a neat four-paire i pa per which has just begun publication at Ken sington, Md. Its nim is to "help KeiiBlnKton and Montgomery County." -Uso Tharp's UMCoraicu i Berkeley llyo Whisky. My own Brand. SI per quart bottle. , , COc. per pint. -There is on exhibition In tho windows of It. Harris & Co., Soventh and D streets northwest, thrco liandeomo silk banners, which wore pre sented to Potomac Council No. i.'0. Jr. O. U. A. M., by its lady friends, December G, 18P0. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

MfentftalMMBMM 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1S90. LADIES I LADIES II LADIES!!! Mrs. McCAFFERTY IS THE ONLY Hat and Bonnet Frame Manufacturer inthoclty. CallandsoohorNowShapos. Bleach ing and Pressing. Straw nnd Felt lints Altered to the Lntcst Styles. Orders promptly nttonded to. 1000 Q STREET NORTHWEST. rar24-ly CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DRESDEN, WORCESTER, MINTONS, COPELAND. CROWN DERBY, POINTERS, AND OTHER CELEBRATED MAKERS OF CniNA. A GREAT VARIETY Or Nothing Is more sultnblo for a present than n nice piece or DECORATED CHINA, PORCELAIN, or CUT GLASS. Wohnvo a largo and va ried assortment of our own Importation, and many de cided bargains. RICH DECORATED PLATES and a great many novelties. Store open in the evening. LARGE AND SMALL PIECES. ill. 1009 Pennsylvania Avenue. deU-lmlO Illustrated Juveniles. CATHOLIC PRAYERS, PORTFOLIOS, ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOKS. CHAPMAN & TAYLOR, OX 5 3?0EiVSYIJVaVrxV. AVE. dcclmG CALLED FOR. TAKEN DOWN, AND LATIN DRIED WITH SUFEBIOB FINISH, A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

I rtfr JlslE)A.Y. DECEMBER 28, IS90. iho us a .o always ready urc and dc- voto'the timo to !,. iou , Ollnurs of this de scription bring popularity nnd prosperity to the organisations over which they preside. The picturo recently taken of a certain group of officers by l'rhico was excellently done. Sov cral well-known gentlemen of the city, however, had to form a background, In order that the group would be recognized as officers of a mod ern organization and not confounded with the high priests of eomo ancient mystical order. St. John's Mite Association held a very Inter esting meeting last Saturday evening, the presi dent, Past Grand Master Donaldson, presiding. The report of the finance- committee was read and showed that the affairs of the association are in a flourishing condition. Much good will be accomplished by this organization during the winter. The proxies for W. M., S. W., and J. W. of "Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14 to the Grand Lodge are respectively as follows: K....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

s5s&. A &M&?isr i3- r 8 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SU? pgm SP Vs&k'! fz .. ; ;vm K'ir- & v j?-Vof. 3ki K r. 'J ti'Mii OUT-DOOR SPORTS? ROWING AND ATHLETICS. A happy Now Year to all the club. Fred Brackett entertained a largo number of Tuft's Collcgo men on Tuesday evening at the U. A. club-houso. Cash, tho great Princeton foot-ball player, who regards Washington as his home, was visit ing In the city laEt week. Tho C. A. U.'s will give their third fortnightly reunion, In which athletic sports predominate, on next Saturday evening. Klchard Wallach, tho famous strong oar of tho Columbia Boat Club, was visiting his rela tives iu this city last week. Ordway and King gave tho few visitors who were at Capitol Park In tho snow storm on Christmas Day a good example of what first class hulf-b&cks arc like. Mr. James Durnnt, of tho Analostans, is now devoting much of his time to working up a now style of steel roofing, but next summer will stir up a revival in tho old club. Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

Pi MM? MwkM I J 3kn$K 3ifelg atijcwi lttiUxjm& ESTABLISHED 1SOO. DECEMBER 28, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 NEW YEAR'S IN SOCIETY. A HOLIDAY LULL a SUAIili OUK IJEriL.ES KEOEIVE CAIit EUS AND Oim 11EAUX UIUNK WINK ? Mrs. Johu W. lostor Favors Now Vonr'fl Kocoptlons Mrs. Senator MclMioraon TollH How Old Potor Stuyvosnnt Iiost Ills toe on Now "Vonr's unci How Mrs. President, Hayes's Tompornnco Feast Caused n Drinking limit lit Wattlilng ton Mrs. Wlndom lloliovos in Opon House on Now Yonr's Mrs. Sonutor Curlislo Advocate u Cold-Water Tabic. New Year's comes this week, and with it comes the vexed questions that have to be solved on that day: Shall wo hold New Year's receptions ? Shall wo offer wine or strong drinks to our gentlemen friends ? And shall wo require them to appear in morning dress or iu swallow-tail coats? The leading ladles of Washington hold widely different views upon these questions. I have talked with some of the representative women among them this week, and 1 give you here...

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