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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

io THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1S90. TUB ARMY AND THE NAVY. AHMY NOTES. Cnpt. 11. J. Gibson, asst. surg., now on leave, has been ordered to report without ilolay to tho comilc officer Fort Meade, S. I)., for duty with the ltth Inf. In the field. The resignation of Cadet S. L. Ncwson, 4th class, U. S. Military Academy, has been accepted by the Secretary, to take effect Dec. 31, 1S90. First Lieut. J. McB. Stembol, 9th Inf., having beeu found physically disqualified for the duties of u capt. by reason of disability incident to the service, is, by direction of the President, re tired from active servico as capt. of Inf. from Nov. 4, 1S90, the date from which ho would have been promoted to that grade by reason of seniority, if found qualified. The President has nominated Maj. Lewis Mer rill, retired, to bo it. col. of cav., under author ity of act of Congress approved Sept. 27, 1590. At Sandy Hook Monday Army cngs. tested a new 30-foot rilled gun. Shells were thrown 15 miles ...

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. — 28 December 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1890. All 01 BOYS 111 (MS WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ? -A. Question "Which THE XEOELJSJUD "Wants Its 3R,eaclex's to Answer. A Merry Contest in "Which the Winner Will Get a Magnificent Present. EVERYBODY MUST BE INTERESTED. THE SUNDAY HERALD wants to find out wJio is the most popular Boy or Girl in Washington, and aslcs its thousands of Headers to help settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the largest number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies, with Silver-Mounted Harness, Robes, Whip, etc., all complete. This turnout is as ilne as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the total cost of it is upwards of $750. The Surry can be seen at the ware rooms of Andrew J. Joyce's Sons., who are he builders of this beautiful vehicle, 1028 and 1030 Connecticut avenue. Every Boy and Girl should try to win this beautiful prize. All you have to do is to cut met...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

flr7AJ3OT7 F M&ZfEkWZfflmmfamfa )M55rtPj -r??? ;., - V2t. . . Am f ",u'lli;"l,,V",,,"'l ssms ANXOUNCK.M KXTS. The following is the offlcinl proeranuno for tile 1'resiilent's receptions on New Year's Day: At 11 A.M. the President will receive the Vice President, the members of the Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps, the members of tho In ternational American Monetary Conference, and the members of tho American Interna tional llntlwav Conference. At 11:15 A. M. The Chief Justice, tho Asso ciate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, tho Judges of tho United States Court of Claims, auil the Judges of the Su premo Court of the District of Columbia. At 11:25 A. M. Senators and Representatives in Congress, the Commissioners of tho District of Columbia, the judicial officers of tho District, ex-members of the Cabinet, and ox-Ministers of the United States. At 11:40 A. M. The officers of the Army, the Navy, and the Marine Corps. At 12 M. The Regents and the Secretary of the Smit...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

THE SUN13A.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEiMBER 28, 1S90. IS SOCIETY CHAT. Nobody knows .lust what Itonjamin Harrison, Jr., thought on Christmas Evo when nil the glories of the Christmas tree flnslicil upon him. Ho and little -Mary stood in speechless, open eyed wonder, too full of astonishment foruttcr ancc. The tice stood in tho southwest corner of thepietty oval room upstairs which Is callcdt dp library. It was resplendent with light funn manj a waxen taper, reflected from silver ai.d gold urnaments on the tree. The tree was a cedar, nearly ten feet high, nml gracefully pioportioned. Tho wonderful fruit it bore whs enough to make any little one speechless with wonder and delight, as theso children were. There wero lovely talking dolls and all the toy furnituie for housekeep ing to delight little Mary's hcait and, true to feminine nature, sho fouud her voice first as sho clutched a "pretty baby'' iu her arms, benjamin docs not talk half as much as his sister, or so much as ho used to. Ho j...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1890. VISIT THE NATIONAL 4gg ratHHA.AviSNUti IN. W. OUR GOODYEAR 0JR FADING 0UR FRENCH WELT CALF SHOE, FOlt GENTS, MiMML A' Ii THREE STYLES OF TOES. SHOE.! OPERA OR COMMON SENSE. Edwin Clapp's Fine Shoos for Gents a Specialty. HEADQUAKTERS FOR AMERICAH WATCHES. 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, IMamosulfi, and 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city, and will sell yon on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Wntches. A.. L.. SALTZSTE1N, JIR,., JE'WEIjEDR., 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. ,.JiJjijppllBy "Throw and be hah&ged! You can't NfeJ, ggSfe HORTIT'. THAT TRUNK jlCAME FROM KNEESSl'Mnn, For tlLO Holidays. CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. r.ATI??a?!oeT.yiCT,?l5.?.le9,ted Stock of Ladles' anil Geuts' POCKETBOOKS, BILL BOOKS SffiffiSSnffiBig. T0ILET UASES-C0LLAK and and1VALIsrsSt Lin Lad'eS' GentS' FURN1SHED aDd UNFURNISHED SATCHELS Also a Large Line of TRUNKS and HARNESS of the very best quality of ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

THE) SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1890. 15 cheaper ones to Buckingham & Co., London, make the best Neck wear in the world! We are their agents for this District. The designs and colorings are truly wonderful and beyond description. Cor. loth anil O-streets, DECKER BEOS., ) WEISEK. FISCHER, ESTEY, ITERS & POND, MODERATE PRICES. Old instruments taken in part pay ruont. 13 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Bid., 1217 Main Street, Richmond, Va. Estey Organs Thi Trail in nn p i IK &h XSGmJk Jli&Jit t Wis Jim P M IE If V km FINE EFFECTS IN JDlEfclPEIXSXE AND WALL ilP-AJPESIfc. MANY NOVELTIES IN 'FURNITURE. SPECIAL DESIOTS IN HUGS AND CARPETS TO ORDER WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM THE PLASTER. Jk. Jim 'S3 2SS1 . s: ILMK, 1214 F STREET NORTHWEST. Bargain for That beautiful corner at Seventh and G streets N. E., 72 feet on G street and 116 on Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very easy terms. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. MoELROT 'S 1003 PENNA. GRAPHS, and PICTURE ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 December 1890

'2tX3-K-1 16 'TMK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1SQO. Mrs, W.B. Crocker, OF 4i)4 Washington Street and 111 Boylcstoii Street, Boston, Mass., Will be nt tho Arlington Hotel nbout the 5th January, 1891, with n superb selection of of IMPOETED COSTUMES, WRAPS, BOAS, MUFFS, AND MILLINERY. Her stock of Millinery Includes everything de sirable in headgear, particularly Mourning Novelties mado especially for her. Ladles wishing to order goods by mall can do bo. ah orders by man wm receive prompt at tention and will be at the approval of tho pur- chaser. dc2 cs-iw WHAT MORE SENSIBLE PttESEST THAN AN ORIENTAL RUG? We sizes. have them from small to largo carpet Trices reduced. See them. Upholstered Rockers from $2.50 to S20. Fancy Tables, $1.23 to $30. A nice line of Fancy Desks, in Oak and Ma hogany. Several very handsome Parlor Cabinets; re duced prices to close them out. Lace Curtains and Portieres are always wanted. Our stock is complete. For Bargains in cash sec W. H. HOEKE AND OVER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

i7.TRe&uftJi'i 1 5: in m Jtaxfc: 3TO)&Jjlf Ustiistttad ItttfclJUjgfcttJC;, ! & A VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JANUARY -4, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO.42 i m K ff w r ;? a i i I I n iii H A BIG FIGHT THIS WEEK. HAKD-TO-UASD STRUGGLE OVER THE FORCE BlXTi. 'Democratic Loaders In Conference Liiht Night Agreed to Use All XjORlllmnto Cleans in Defeat the Elections Mill and tho Republican "Cloture" Scheme. Thu real fight over tbo Forco bill will begin iu tbo Scnato this wt, probably on Tuesday. Tho Republicans huvo now wasted onc-tblrd Of tbo session trying to do something with the ob noxious measure, while It is probable n consid erable majority of tbcui heartily wish itwnain Hades. But iu an evil moment they took tho thing up, not knowing It was loaded with a peculiar quality of electricity, and now they can't let go. So thoy are hanging on to it and trying to look dignified aud even happy, but tho attempt is a mlserablo failure. Most of tho Western Republicans have no use for tbo bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

2 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 4. 1S91. .s WOMEN AND' NEWSPAPERS. "BAB" SATS WtmEN ARE BETTER NEWSPAPER READERS THAN MEN. Hotv Slio P.rovoH It "Whnt Worricn Rend in tho Pnporsnnrt Why Thoy Should Rend Them America ns a Nation forWomon -Wlmt They Enjoy nntl Their Power. Speoial Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New Yonit, Jan. S. Tho average mnn has a very mean way of scorning tho way in which a woman reads tho newspapers. Ho beliovos ho is tho only animal capablo of comprehending them, and ho says sho devotes herself to tho advertisements and tho marriages and deaths. This may bo partially true, but I doubt it, and even if sho did, I fail to see why sho would bo doing any harm. It is much decentcr to read tho advertisements than to read accounts of po litical speeches whero personalities aro abomi nable, and whero tho grammar must make tho Queen shudder I say tho Queen because we always refer to good English as tho exclu sive possession of the Queen. HOW WOMBX HEAD JJEWSPAVEHS....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

,&M4ummHmmeimimrtcMmmmmt&lifa$lilitot&A 'T.iflL -mpjiffwiw mm' imiii ji)jiMwiW"nMim. " 9m0mmt$0'mt ... ittwi., iMMniiiiwuimuwmvi IhMHriiiii mi ..LLdWili THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JANUARY4, 1S91. 3 I ' NEWS OF THE THEATRES. XAST WEEK'S SHOWS AND TOTS "WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. '"Claudius Noro" Coming to Albmiuh's "rt Sotliorn "With a Now IMuy to tho Na tional Ulnrlo "WalinvrlRht and "Tlio City Dlxootory" Stngo NotoH. Miss Mario Waluwrlght not only succeeded in pleasing tho good-sized audiences that at tended tho National Theatre last week by her clover acting in "Twelfth Night" and "Tho Honeymoon," but largely augmented tho num ber of her admirers In this city. Miss Wain wright's position on tho stagois backed by an ex perience covering n. varied field or her art, and tho iOlc of star, which she so gracefully assumes, 1b sustained by more than a romantic ambition. Whatever may ho the occasional faults in her conception of a part thcro is no questlou but thather natural graco a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

THE'SaJStDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, ISOl. l-rfc" V v SBij SxmSatg ljmJU AND iOcchlij tatioiw Statdligmccr. yhf national intelligencer EStABUSHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ntrcrt at tho PoBt Offlco nt "Washington, D. C. as Second-class Matter. J, H. SOUIE, A. T. HENSKt, .Proprietors. !ditorlil nml Publication Offlcos, No. 400 Ton tli Stroot Northwest. American public. Wo aro grateful to tho cilltor of tho Critic. Ilo is n truly grent as well as a truly good man. Whtlo the rest of tho selfish world Is wholly absorbed In advancing its own petty schemes ho snatches a moment from tho arduous duties of directing his great journal to guldo aright the wandering footsteps of a fellow worker, who, no doubt, Is so fully engaged hi minding his own business that ho will hurdly havo time to thank his benefactor. Theroforo wo thank tho editor of tho Cn7i'c,and trust that his un6olflsh dovotlon to his neighbors' business will never cause any diminution In tho varied excellence of tho great metrop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

SBrtwww'iftijwwmmaMWIli ngfmrr ywwi ' . THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 4. 1S91. GROWING BETTER. TOWN TALK. M 5 '" n OONI'IDKNOE ONCE MOKK RETURNING AND PRICKS MOVING UP. A Gonorul Fooling of Kncnnrngament for tho ITutnro Monoy Rotting Knsior 1891 Gives t'romlHO of Gonoral Pros perity nnd thu Return of Gootl Times Although tho past week's business has hecu interrupted hy tho holidays, it hns shown a dis tinct improvement in activity nnd confidonco on tho Stock Exchange. It hns heen, in fact, tho only week since the rniddlo of Octoher that has shown anything like tho old-t!o feeling. Tho causes of this recovery hnvo not been trivial, nor nro they likely to prove entirely transient. Tho last bank statement showed nn unexpected improvement in tho hank reserves, tho surplus over legal requirements being $7,700,000, com pared with $3,400,000 for tho samo week of last yenr, $7,800,000 in 1883, nnd $9,000,000 in 1887, which 6hows n fully normal condition of this important factor in tho ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

15 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY 4, 1891. - - u "v in LADY RORYMORE'S DIAMONDS A Diverting Comedy of Hiffli Iiifc in England. Lady Korymoro's diamonds nro among tho finest in England. Every one thinks highly of thorn excepting her ladyship herself and her husband. About five years ago Lord Korymorc, after heavy losses on tho turf thought to recoup himself by some stiff play at baccarat. Having lost for twenty nights in succession, he ouo morning found himself in tho unpleasant posi tion of not knowing whero to look for 5,000 guineas which had been won of him overnight, and which he had to pay beforo sunset. Under thoso perplexing circumstances it occurred to my lord that if ho could raise some money for a few weeks on part of his wife's diamonds there would be no harm done. Quarter day was but a fortnight distant, and rents would bo coming in; so that tho jewels could bo pledged and redeemed without Lady llorymorc knowing anything about it. Her ladyship had just started on a mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

W5to,mm 'jut1 'jw wafrt&sflp '' ?-wirrir agWPWBMiawwimnjn THESUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 4, 1891. IL m NEWS OF THE LODGES. SCOTTISH BITE OFFIOKKS KNTKKTAIN TIII3IK FRIKNDS NKW XISAU'S. A Thousand Callers nt tho Q-Slrcot Henri -quarters Now Olllcorft of lloohablto Iiorifjos Kotcft for Other Kcorot Society lirothron. Tho following Masohlc bodies mcqt upon tho evenings of ttio ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tcmplo Bonjamin R. French No. 15, Monday, 5th; Pcn talpha No. 23, Monday, Cfh; National No. 12, Tuesday, Gth; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 7th; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 8th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 9th; Hopo No. 20, Friday, 9th. A. A. S. H. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 7th; Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 8th. Blue-Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 7th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, fith; Georgo C. Whiting N6. 22, Thurs day, 8th. Masonic Hall, Uniontown Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 5th. Royal Arch Cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 January 1891

' o-mftmtmv sP nWtf S THE SUNDAY HKRAJUJ. SUNDAY.JANUARY -4. iSUl. '-jgry rvHi I - USING LYMPH ON NEGROES. SATISFACTORY EXPERIMENTS AT THE PKKEDSrAN'S HOSMTAL. Thx-co Cases of Euptts nnd One of Incipient Consumption Under Treatment nnd Ap parently Improving Rapidly What Iiupus Is. Tho first experiments with Koch's lytnph on negroes nro being performed at tho Frecdman's HosptUil in this city. Four patients arc under treatment, three of whom are full-blooded necroes, tho fourth having a strain of white blood. Tho physicians in chance of tho investigations are averse to giving any informa tion concerning the experiment and its results. From a trustworthy source it is learned that as soon as it became known that Dr. Billings, of tho United States Army, had received a con signment of Koch's lymph Dr. Purvis, who is in charge of the Freedmau's Hospital, at once wrote to that gentleman offering him tho opportunity to use the liquid on cases of lupus supposed to bo in that hospital. These c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

Bimm KmmmmmmmimwM&i P-r.-. . Z.t.TH.M M.iatx'StaaM'ri)'rriijiri!!iL'il: B4tg&MMk, JUxfr 3$ big jSlatitftmi nkjtllignKt! VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11. 1891. 16 PAGES. NO.48 I. Ill OUR NATIONAL POLICY. V1TAI. IMPORTANCE OF THE GREAT SHIP OANAt IN NICARAGUA. Wo Arc Absolved Vroin Further Ob servance of tho Cliiyton-Bulwor Treaty Tho Senate Oommtttoo Says We Ought to Help Die the Ble Ditch. Tho Nicnragun Canal bill reported to tho Senate yesterday by Mr. Sherman is ontltled "An act to amend tho act to incorporate tho Mar itime Canal Company of Nicaragua," approved February 20, 1889. Its provisions, iu substance, aro that tho capital stock of tho company is to bo limited to $100,000,000. Tho existing stock and contracts of tho company aro to bo made to conform to tho requirements of tho bill. To secure tho means to construct and complete tho canal tho company is authorized to Issuo bonds to an amount not exceeding $100,000,000, payablo 1011, guaranteed by tho United S...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

2 rirIK SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 11. 1S91. BABIES ARE FASHIONABLE. THX3 SMART YOUNG -WOMEN OF NEW TORK TOOUD TO BE HOTHEltS. Edith Ivingdon-Gonlrt n Jlnppy Mother How "Fnaliionnblc BnblosAro Dressed The Art of Kocpinjr Young Now, York Clul Men Aro Wrinltinp: Milk Tho Woman with n. Ilctulnclic. Special Correspondence of Sunday Ilr.nAM). New Yoiik, Jan. 9. A much-mooted question just now is, "Is it fashionable to bo a mother?" and It may bo most emphatically answered in the affirmative. The smartest of the young fashionable women in Now York arc never so proud as when they are accompanied in their drives by a handsome baby prouder and hap pier if they happen tohave twins; ami the whole lot of them were as envious as they could be when one of their set presented on Christmas Day to her happy husband two of the sweetest girl babies you over saw. And, what is more, these very fashionable babies aro very simply dressed, but with every thought sjiven to their comfort. Beautiful fine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

? 'ffjJMS; SwwiiiMWifri imjjL. jj'jjiLuL:A13:rtiP;Wiii'iilili','l'"'i''t'' THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JANUARYI1, 1891. w' b. 14 M THE LOOAL THEATRES. THIS WEEK'S BI&LS AND LAST WEEK'S rEItFOBTHCANGES. Comments on "Claudius Noro" and Como dtnn Sothorn .Too Eininot, "A Mid night Boll," a Border Drama With tho Messiah Banco, and Variety Offorod This Woolc. If lliero woro as much merit In tlio Hues as there Is Ingenuity in tho general construction of tho play, and if the wholo production wore on tho samo piano of oxcellonco with tho acting, 'Claudius Noro" would bo a great success. Last week tho piece was presented for tho first tiroo outside of Now York at Albaugh's Grand Opora Houso and drew excellent houses. A production of this kind which overwhelms tho dramatic interest of tho story by a preponderance of spectacular incidents and distracting special ties must necessarily bo clso than wholly satis factory in its results, especially if tho themo bo ono of more than usual historical...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

4 THE SUM DAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY11.1891. X v. K t AND iUrrftli) itnttonn1 dniclligcurtr. ' National Intelligencer esTABLiEHer woiv K SUNDAV HERALD ntvrr ai tho Post OUlco at Washington, I. 0 h Socond-olaesntatter. d. If, sortt.: ( . . ' Proprietors. A.T. 11HN9BY, J Urtu) unil 1'ubllcntlon Offices, No. 40D Tonth Street Northwor.t. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Suteertptfnn (In advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made bi postal note, money order, or checks on JVcto York or Washing ton. IVlten checks on banks in other cities are tent Uic cost of collection will be deducted. STUjIi THEY OOMB. What Another Business Firm Thinks of Tho Herald ns nn Advertising Medium. To the Editor of The Sunday Herald: Dear Sin: Desiring to show that we appre ciate ft good thing when we have it, wo take pleasure in adding our testimony as to the value of Tnc Suxdjlt Heuald as an advertising medium. We are more than pleased with the results of the past year's advertising in Tnc Heuai.ii, and we des...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

M3ES3Se3 frf TiyjmtrriSgn-ii 'f''1"'",',!; "" ''tjMET" THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY!!, 1891. IF- "iU- ' i i! M' K ! BEFORE A FINE AUDIENCE. TUB TH1K1) IfOUTNIGUTIiY 3SX1ITOI TION OF TIIK OOriUntlJIAS. Member and Their Guests Kntorttilncrt With Ilouts Rt Spurring nnil Wrestling, Polo-Vaulting, Ifonclng, and Other Trials of Sit ill ami Entlurnnce. The third fortnightly athletic exhibition of the Columbia Athletic Club took plnco last night at their club-houso. Like the two pre vious affaire, it went oil admirably. The attend ance was large, and in the gathoiing 'Were judges, Senators and Representatives, Army and Navy officers, membors of tho Diplomatic Jorps, heads of bureaux, lawyers, doctors, and business men. The various ovonts wcro executed with a dash that must havo mado Professor Crossloy feel as if ho wcro four yards long and nil wool. Tho master of ceremonies was Mr. Howard Perry. Mr. It. W. Wade "was roferco in tho sparring, with Messrs. Elder and Maguire as judges. Mr...

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