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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

v 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1891. v GENTLEMEN'S ARTISTIC DRESS SHOES. GENTLEMEN'S AUTISTIC Dress Pumps and Oxfords LADIES' ARTISTIC-MADE DRESS SHOES. LADIES' ARTISTIC-MADE jj JL IE? E? J Eo S To match dresses of nil colors mado to order at short notice. Our stock must bo seen to bo appreciated. Nowhere can such stylish workmanship bo shown In this city. Wo are leaders In this city, ns well na in Baltimore, where tho Glito of society appre ciate our styles and workmanship, many of which travel to Europo and return, express themselves in appreciative terms of our goods and styles, and avail themselves of many orders wo recoivc constantly. "Wo nlways havo Now Novelties of the Latest Styles, both for Gentlemen as well as Ladies' Shoes. Wilson & Cars 929 P STREET N. W. Baltimore Store, 4 and G "West Baltimore Street. ocl9-3ml0 WHAT MORE SENSIBLE PRESENT THAN AN "Wo havo them from small to largo carpet sizes. Prices reduced. See them. Upholstered Rockers from S2.50 to 2...

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

ifflwfltfliiHf ammmmmmm Uo""' "T 7 ' THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1891. OF TJHLM 1RICE ffOK AWJBEK. .In spile of the fact that there's move of winter to come than 7tas)asscd,you can take your choice begin ning to-morrow morning of 2,092 of our Finest Overgarments for $15. nil ii ninwimiwumippw m hwipmh ov JrC These coats are marked now and have never sold for lcss$25,$23, $22, $20, and $1SAll sixes All styles. " " i VJQQBR12 ARE niMnMammnnntMn 583 SACK GOATS, 303 BOX COATS, 21S COVERT COATS, 439 CAPE COATS, 119 DRIVING COATS, 213 ULSTERS, 21S STORM COATS- S.02 IN AM. ' i iiiiiii i wii inni-inn-iwmwHi in mi iiiwhh mill iiitirrHT"" 'inn mm iimibm CHINCHILLAS, MONTAGNACS, MELTONS, BEAVERS, ELYSIANS, CHEVIOTS, KERSEYS, IRISH FRIEZE, VICUNAS. Made up in the most stylish and thorough manner. JFIJFTEEM" BOIiIiABS. o Tr -A. -n NEWS OF THE LODGES. AN INTERESTING BUDGET OF SECRET SOCIETY ITEMS. .Masonic Personal and Loilgo Notes In stalling New Officers Activity in the Tonta of the K...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

PiilNlywWpiWiiii))p)MllBr fi s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11. 1S91. REITER TALKS BACK. Mow M a Rid HE CATLS SECRETAHV TRACT'S OKN SUR12 UNJUST AND UNWARRANTED. t-ii -saar!M . . ., .,.,.,., . ... . . , .... 1 r I M . i. i tft And Demands Thnt a Naval Court Xto Sum moned to Try Hiin His DFrionds D claro They "Will Appeal to Congress If Neccssarr. Ono o the most scathing letters ever written by n Secretary of the Navy was mado public on Thursday morning. It was addressed by Secre tary Tracy to George C. Rotter, who was in command of tho United States naval vessol Banger, cruising in Central American waters when the Barrundia affair occurred. Secretary Tracy held that Commnnder Reiter had not done his duty in tho premises and censured him severely for not affording Gen. Barrundia an asylum on board tho Ranger. Reiter had obeyed tho instructions of United States Minis ter Mizncr, who has since been recalled, and did not interfere to 6avo Barrundia from his enemies. The Secretary ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

IPM HP-IB 5iHp WHSpbsH; yay S tfi Jtarfr 39kJlg H&iifftr&l IttiU0m n.; ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JANUARY 11, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE CABINET DINNERS. WHO IS MOST POPULAR? . 3r HHBk' w? Jimtitei HOWTHKSi:OFFlCIAI.HANQUlTS ARE I'RKl'ABKD AND SERVED. Tho Floral Decorations Thousands of l'lowerH and Bushels of Sinllax Tho 2,500 Pieces of White Houro Tnblo waro and Something as to tho Presi dent's Silver Servico and China PicbI dontg n Host" Amlrow Jackson's Bip; Choose and How Ills Darrein of Punch Ruined tho Carpet How President Hayes Lunched 4,600 Guests and tho Xtoms of tho Fonst GcorRO "Washlnc ton'H Dinners HIb Negro Coolc and How He Quarreled With His Steward. President Harrison gave bis first state dinner . of the season on Tuesday evening. It was to the members of tho Cibinet and their wives, . and tho Whito House was gorgeously decorated for the occasion. Tho parlors wero so richly adorned with flowers 'that the Blue and Green Eoo'ms looked like fairy gardens, aud the .palms, w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

T -" 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1801. II II 'I Li ' - Wyy ifli 'iry ' . ' di4""'""""-i""""h g ( k i ! .i. i H! it; ff THE AKMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. The leave granted 1st Lt. C. L. Steele, 18th Inf., has been extended 7 days. Cnpt. 0. W. Budd, 4th Cav., has been or dered to examination for promotion. Capt. G. E. Overton, Oth Cav., has been granted indefinite extension of sick lenvc. Capt. J. II. Hurst, 12th Inf., hns been or dered to report for duty to Gen. Miles at Pino llldge Agency. The assignment of Maj. J. P. Kimball, surg., to duty at Fort Supply, 1. T., Sept. 24, 1890, has boon confirmed. Leave of absence for 10 days, to tako effect about the 11th Inst., has been granted 1st Lt. K. B. Turner, Oth Inf. Tho leave granted Capt. Paul Harwood. 20th Inf.. has been extended 2 months on surg. 's cer tificate of disability. Tho leave of absence Granted 1st Lt. G. W. Goethals, Corps of Bug's., Nov. 2S, 1S90, has been extended 1 month. Capt. 0. W. Budd, 4th Cav., has ...

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

KWWWpW!HWW9llW8 WflHl?ifSS '.wyyi vfm THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1891. 11 :. i),rW I I i !.' I 35T ."ODFX. FXIIXTES SHOE1S VISIT THE NATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORE, 409 PENNA. AVENUE N. W. vOUR G00DYEAR OUR LEADING I OUR FRENCH WELT xMm, CALF SHOE, FOIt GENTS, Htf i iWt 1 IN THREE STYLES OF T0H8JS HOEJ OPERA OR COMMON SENSE. Edwin Clapjp's Fine Shoes for dents Specialty. HEABQUAETERS FOR AMERICA! WATCHES. 1 cni'ry the Invest assort ment of American Watches, linsiiOKls, ujitl I'.'l-Carai Gold Chains in iliis city, --and will I sell you on ca'ctli at eitsli prices. Call arotl ex amine nay special line of American. Watchca. a.. Xj. s.AXiXsss'X'EiiiNr, .ties., jtxz W3e:l:e::r.., 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. jTHROVV AMD DE HMfflfiEPl You CANV For "tlxe 3EEcXdLoby"SH CHOICE CHCRISTjVEAS PRKSEjNLTS. Examine the Fine Selected Stock of Ladies' and Gents' POCKETBOOKS, BILL BOOKS, "CARD OASES, PURSES, SHAVING and TOILET CASES, COLLAR and CUFF BOXES, MUSIC ROLLS, and WRITING TABLETS. Th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

?!&3wr9KWwwyff yft,- -!mni&)rrltetpyajJLj T1-IKSUN33A.Y HERALD.SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1801. 13 i SOCIETY CHAT. Mrs. Hnrrleon held hor first public reception of tills season yesterday afternoon from 8 to 5 o'clock, and thero was a porfoot stream of callers nt tlio White House during thoso hours, ladles largely predominating Tho Marino Band was stationed In tho vestlbulo, and played a number of lively selections. On this occasion Mrs. JIaiilsou depnited from tho usual practice of having only wives of Cabinet officers to assist by selecting tho wifo of Chief Justice Fuller and tho wifo of Assoclato Ju&tico Brown for that purpose. Tho ladles of tho families of the Cabinet ofllcors were in tho Blue Parlor, and assisted in entertaining tho ladles specially in vited to remain during tho reception and to luncheon afterwards. Mrs, Hanlson wore a rich black silk gown, with old-roso Fedora front, and carried a large bouquet of losobuds. Mrs. Fuller wore a gray silk brocaded gown and c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

SSnHr.tffjMpyV-' n umI in m i,inMMtfiiiiitM'iW -n ' s iww.-.i iiii iyi.laabiiir H i; 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY tl. 1SQ1. WALTZING RED COATS. BRII.I.IAKT SUCCESS OP THE RIFIliS' DANCING KKOKPTION. $5 NECKTIES! .v i '? I1 I 1 l J? '1 f 4 II A ,) lit, n H li 4 1 11 I ' V I i II! Also cheaper ones to suit your taste. J. H. 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. Jfith and O strootfl. Philadelphia, 1783. JSJS'r A.B &E3SSB333SLB3EE3SSSB)a ESHB5KECEKCE3EEXH2K 53K322H Chronic Headaches arc t ten caused by defectlvo Ejv-SIcht. Properly adjusted SDOctnclos fre quently give permanent relief. Pertect satisfaction Riven, or money refunded. a a 0 3P TICIAN, 8311 F ST. N. W., Urnnch of No. 3 X. Charles St.. lialtixnoro, Bid. T aiIVTJJT.A.OTTJTijGO 33"ST THE AMERICAN ENERGIZER MANUFACTURING CO., Limited, 1416 F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

M(4E3m f -CdLita j&siilW53iwiit toiuWwiJWi PWW 'iWWmnjiL-.i u juiim THE SlLIMriAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY 11, 1S91. 16 - iSfaswl W&tvitn: y&v&U?c& BOOKS AZTD AUTHORS. 1 . (JILlIlJLES A. McEUEN, Ubli flSTATK AIVi LOAN BUOKER, OFFIOK, 14S0 K STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Prouorty Uoupht, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rontcd and Itcnts Colleott-n Fire Insurnnco Placed In Ilellnblo Companies. roJMmO I" EAL ESTATE BULLETIN X BY THOMAS E. WAG GAM AN, 017 F street. TWO-STOIIY BRIOK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. NORTHEAST. 1253 to 1250 F st, bli, 0 rs, and 630 to 510 mil st, bli, Crs, all.... 815,000 1029 4th st, bh, 5 rs 3,600 WMyrtloBt, bh,7rs 2,500 JBMyrtloBt, bh,7 rs i 1,700 74, 70, 84, aud 80 Myrtlo st, bh, 7 rs 1,700 200 to 215 1 st. bh, Irs 1,600 K27 to 831 2d st, bh. 0 rs 1,600 TjJlllthst, fh, 4rs 1,000 SOUTHEAST. 507 and 600 Vn avc, and 000 5th st, and 2 uplmprovnd lots 54,500 210 to 223 13th Bt,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 January 1891

3TS7 iYrr rv - . njLramakx&xzssuL-L. 1G TMK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1891. H READ! 1:1 Ol? ".'ryzTa? TO THE INVESTOR! io 00 the Ground Floor ! IIESIMIT ) i I I I' ' r I i I w 1 1 ( i M I ? rvs:, 1,1 S3 m; i,5 I'K I'i V ( H P The Safest and Best Investment IN THE WOULD IS STOCK IN THE Southern and 12 Per Cent, and also Equal Profits. interest and Profits Payable Every Three Months. "Wo nro authorized by tho Southern Land Com pany to place on sale One Thousand Shares Only of Stock nt tho extreme low price of TEN DOL LARS EACH, S10.00 per Bhare, with a guarantee and pledge of not less than 12 per cent, and also an Equal Proportionate Share in the profits aris ing from the investment of total capital in pro portion as tho number of shares purchaser holds bears to the total number of shares issued. By this plan a purchaser may invest any amount from $10 up to 1.000, with a guarantee of 13 per cent, thereupon, and an honest, equal snaro in tho profits. Purchasers are secured...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

rrt,t- -f(jntjii(Bp iJJpWMHSWSWSWWS" JUxfr WLklig W&ii&n&t SniJlJU$m&tf. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY JANUARY 18,1891. 16 PAGES. NO, -44: ,-,.,,. .. , .j.w todft 7 FIGHTING THE FORCE BILL. CONTEST OP ENDURANCE TO BE CON TINUED NEXT WEEK. Democratic Sonntors in ElghtinK Trim Tho "Cloture Rule" to Ro Considered Next Tuesday Vlco President Morion Saves His Party from Defeat Tho Democrats of tho Sennto seem to have at least as much physical enduranco as tho Repub licans. Tho attempt of. tho latter to pass tho Force bill by tiring tho Democrats out with continuous sessions was a failure. Ono all-night session was all tho Republi cans wanted, and it is extremely probable that the Senate would have adjourned last night just tho samo if to-day hadn't happened to bo bun day. If tho Republicans woro in earnest, they might have kept the Senate in session at least until 11 o'clock last night, but they were will ing to quit tho "physical-endurance" racket at (50. It is said that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

kMMuimi 'HTum tn i W'iii. ii niiil i if " Mix HMfrm-JM""'" .lM-iiBiann.ua...wl.. ,i.i ,, . , .,,.,11 imiwmmm&mmtomm&&l'l&P'e 5' I 6 TJHK SXJK13A.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. 1S91. .zzsmsmsiiS-Sftl I ' ? ft '! lifli if 4? i J 3 j i & RUBBER ginffllv I ALL KINDS, BEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES. SEE THE NEW STORM SHOE FOR LADIES. 511 NINTH STREET. GENTLEMEN'S ARTISTIC DRESS SHOES. GENTLEMEN'S ARTISTIC Dress Pumps and Oxfords SADIES' AUTISTIC-MADE iOXiEISS SHOES. LADIES' ARTISTIC-MADE S L I DP IF IE IE& S To match dresses of all colors made order at short notice. to Our stock must he seen to be appreciated. Nowhere can such stylish workmanship be shown in this city. We are leaders in this city, as well as iu Baltimore,whorothe Uito of society appre ciate our styles and workmanship, many of which travel to Europo and return, express themselves in appreciative terms of our goods and styles, and avail themselves of many orders we receive constantly. "We always have Ne...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

if1 TW'",'-'-"' " It" - -V i ' r ' - V 7 ''"- i urn" ..i.mmi. ' ..?! BSCTft?WtSW IWWAlMWlflW'W WJH ?$ THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY18, 1891. v GEORG-E W. JOYOE. R. EDWIN JOYOE, OB9S SONS HARNESS MAKERS. rw j KJ CARRIAGE BUILDERS o 3 life We manufacture Pleasure Carriages o every description, com prising all tli latest styles of All .glUUIld, 'Extension-front Broughams, Demi-Coaches, Berlin Coaches, Spider Phaetons. WE KEEP EVERT ARTICLE NECESSARY FOR THE NEWS OP THE LODGES. ITEMS THAT WIIX INTEREST MEM BERS OP THE FRATERNITIES. A Masonic Presentation Columbia Com mnndory Drill Corps Entertained Golden Cross, Rocliubito, and I. O. M. Notes. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 19th; Pen talpha No. 23, Monday, 19th; National No. 12, Tuesday, 20th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 21st; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 22d; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 23d; Hope No. 20, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

W "H fcmB Jt&QP 4 THB'SGN ID A.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY1S, 1891 w.iB8wwj)iyaw $ , s vi i ?i) iHt s. i$f I m tf M w? '1A in 4f H M AND iUuhlij itniionol Snlclltgcnccr. ! I J M - thf National Intelligencer CSTACUSHCD 18CO. THE SUNDAY HERALD F.8TADUf.M0 1300. ITnf qrrcl nt the Post Olllce nt "Washington, I. C nt. Second-class Mutter. .T. H. SOUtK A. T. HENSKY NSKY, J ' Proprietors. RdHorlnl nnd Publication Offioos, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEIIS. Sutocripifon (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or chcclts on JS'ew York or Washinn ton. When chcclts on banks fit other elite arc fenl Vie cost of collection will he deducted. Maxageii's Orricn or Lansbukgh fc Bno., Washington, D. C, Jan. 10, 1S91. JfcRsrs. SouU A Hcmcy: Sirs: We find tho columns o Tiie Sunday Herald a splendid advertising medium and feel satisGcd that tho continuation of our good business is considerably due to this paper. Wc have reaped some elega...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

!i1"" j. tiamppw Y ' " T ' , - itwt-' i l&ixSSr ' tgTT t mwiwwUlXI WHMWWWWW1IHI1IH fowfrgwjitat ,w wwfrtiiw4ffufcfcni fr i4iaft;B6itjHri!i ikfpp Www i. i- " J - . Pfw n 1 lVh. THK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY18, ISOl. jSirtT- t - ! IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR. WASHINGTON IS PROMISED OllEAT BASK BALI. rOK NEXT SU3IRIKK. Wlwtt Mr. Solution Sivya Aljout tlio Itoccnl Donl "Which Mtulu Everything Lovely Other Sporting untl Atlilotlo Nows of the Week. The base-ball agony is over. Tho Players' League, alter n ono year's disastrous run, has been shelved and in its stead, rising stronger than over, is the American Association of base ball players. Washington has profited by tho deal, for it has obtained a franchiso and will play next summer under tho colors of the American Association, an organization of which the present directors of the National Club wore members away back in tho seventies. Tho Washingtons arc admitted on tho ground floor, and thereby have securities thrown around them th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

w W PW(PWVW"W9ffl'!5l(fcfj i 1 i'-i: i a rHE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY1S, 1S91. r, v 11 M w m Hi ( 1 'Ml ! it fl HI ( 'H I ' 1 '. " I vr. ' II H i M BAB'S BRIGHT BABBLE. FADS AND FOIM.KS OF NEW YORK'S GAX AND MtKTTY WOMEN. Tliotntcftt, Itrncclot Fad Feminine Fash ions In Jewelry Is tho Modern Miin ObllKlnf? How High I.tYlnjr Affects Men nnil Womon-Xho Now Swell Even ing Gowns Tho AflYiblo Womnn "Who is a Curso to Her Sox Some People Best to Avoid. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New York, Jan. 10. If you saw tho 6mart girl of tho period on tho street ju6t at present In Now York you would eay that she had cut her hair, and you would bo properly indignant with her for doing this; hutshehasn't. Sho is simply like the children, 6he Is making believe. In stead of that she has taken her back hair, curled the ends of it, tied it with ribbon, and has It pinned up in such a way, such an insidious way, that sho has managed to fool you just as sho has a good many, other people. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

i -sr af .iLjj'.i wi'nr i' r"HWim"iimww lauwtJjftjiftwawutfiMiia1 r'SP'"CfftQjOBtrlWpaAF -snMfc'1S - tftR4k.. Jt- jV r,-r v . j ai afv '- TI-IE SUNDAY HKRALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 18. 1891. S's MATTERS OF THE STAGE. WHAT IS OFFHltlN-G IN XIIB WAY OP MJBI.IO AMUSEMENTS. j A Few Worls About Joo Emniot ,'suitl "A Midnight JJoll"-Good Bills lit AH tho( Theatres lor tho Prosont WooU Nolcs' of tho Stage. ,' - "A Midnight Bell,' given at tho National last week, is one of Hoyt's best, for tho reason that It possccscs a very acceptable oxcuso for a plot, and at tho same tlrao gives largo scop6 to tho conicdlanB of tho cast for presenting those ludicrous exaggerations of character which are thoroughly enjoyed when well done. Thoro arc a number of good actors In tho cast. Mr. George Richards, who docs tho part of Deacon Tidd, and Mr. Eugono' Canfield, who does Mar tin Tripp, tho bad boy, furnish most of tho fun, whilo Mr. K. J. Dillon as Rev. John Bradbury, Mr. Frank Lane as Lawyer Keenc, nnd Mr. J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

ip w-wrMf fe MiifwRiWfliCwllfWff!ll!MR7ttRp 3 THE SUNDAY MER.ALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. L891. i e K s K GAS AND GRAPHOPHONE. XHE SPECIAL FKATURKS OFINTERKST IN r.OOAIi STOCKS. Gns Wnn Strong While Grnphopono Wib Decidedly Wonk Amorlcnn Security Aotlro ntPnr toan anil Trust Strength ens Bonds In Good Domnml-An Im proved Fooling. Tho tone of tho local markot during tho past week showed a very decided improvement in feeling ovor anything that has existed for some months past, and tho increasing amount of business was a very good indication that money was growing very much easier and that confi dence was being rapidly restored. Tho reports from New York continuo encouraging, tho weekly report of tho banks showing a better condition of affairs than has boen presented on any ono day for two years past, tho vast amount of money in hand being tho best evldonco of re turning confidence and tho genoral belief that all fears of a crisis had passed and tho future gave a promise of good times. Tho...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

s i M.i.1 .'Mini -HIKMHiH'Mltt;W KmmMauimtoM" ' iniSimym n iunnnai'uwmwiimimn'iT jiiKiumiiinioaimrwwt 9KHCRBPNVUSllUiUMIiwiul-wl iuji klml-o JV41& 3Hfel H&iixm&l ttiiigtttf. ESTABLISHED 1800. JA.MTJA.RY IS, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 ARTISTIC WASHINGTON. STILL THE INTEREST GROWS I. .Aliti ABOUT OUIl NOTED WOMEN AS ARTISTS AND HOUSE-DECOBAXOKS. .Mrai Harrison's Paintings ami Hor Work on Tapestry Sonutor Sawyer's Dntigh tor'n Wnll DoooratlniiB ami Mrs. Senator Hoarat'H Artistic Dlninc-Room How Tiffany's Washington Homo Is Doco rated Antl a Iioolt at Mrs. Senator Hen dorson'H Alhnmbrn Hnll Somo of tlio Beautiful Possessions or Mrs. Hltt Tlio Art "Works of tho Brazilian Minister ColJ John Hay's Mahogany Dlnlnjr iloom and Dr. Hammond's Buddhist Hhrino Somo Curious Dinner Tablo Decorations. Washington is fast becoming an art centre. Wo have quite a school of painters hero now, and the Corcoran Gallery has a regular art col lege, which is supported by a fund which tho millionaire phil...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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