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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

mmamxmmmmHBHmm.ltmSSSMu lO THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1891. r td'aOHni I m K i ! i ! W 5 -H t if ;s ' 't! Di W I Vi A B sr 14 i 1 1 i i n . h t L THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Capt. C. 8. Smith, Ord. Dept., has been or dered to proceed from this city to tho U. S. provinu ground, Sandy Hook, N. J., on public buBine6s in connection with the test of ordnance. First Lieut. M. F. Waltz, 12th Inf., has been relieved from duty at tho Cathedral School of St. Paul, Garden City, Long Island, N. Jf., and will join his co. A board of officers haB been appointed to meet, at tho call of the president thereof, at Fort Keogh, Mont., for tho examination of offi cers to dutcrmino their fitness for promotion. Tho detail of tho board Is nfi follows! Col. P. T. Swalne, 22dlnf.; Maj. J. A. Wilcox, 8th Cav.; Maj. P. F. Harvey, sure.; Capt. H. W. Sprole, 8th Cav.: 1st Lt. E. B. Prick, asst. sure.; IstLt. W. H. Kell, ndjt. 22d Inf., recorder. Second Lieut. G. P. Ahem, 25th Inf., will report...

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. — 18 January 1891

nMaiMSaBBiww"""" Ah llMi'JM"WMtt a Tfmmtf"'iui j m ttnmir THE SUNDAY HKRALD.STJ3Sir)A.Y,JA.NXJAR.Y IS, 1891. 11 1 & I H . , 9 4 . FOR ZEKTES SHOEIS VISIT THE M ATIONAL HOTEL SHOE STORE, 499 PENNA. AVENUE N. W. OUR GOODYEAR WELT CALF SHOE, EOR GENTS, OUR LEADING IN THREE STYLES OF TOMS-ls HOE.I OPERA OR COMMON SENSE. Edwin Clapp's Fine Shoes for flouts Specialty, HEADQUARTERS F AMERICA! WATCHES. 1 cai'i'y the largest asaort Hient of American Watches, .Diamonds, and 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city and will sell yon on credit at cash prices, all and ex amine niy special line of American Watches. J. 3L.- SALTZSTE1N, Ji., J3E'W'EJ2LIE:3BL, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. A. WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATING STOVES: OHEEKFUL HEATERS. SUN CHEEBEUL. . - . SUNSHINE. " s& ': TIDAL W AYE. COUPON. CHAMPION. VANWIE. L-' CYLINDERS. ;'; REFLECTORS. ETC., ETC. RANGING IN PRICE FROM $4 UPWARD. ALSO, SPECIAL STOYES FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. WASHINGTON THE MOST 3PODPTJ3LI.AJK, 3BOY 03E& G...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

- JJL Cf W WlKVUiMmt .. ff J wfta!eft.jfc THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TANUARY18, 1891 13 SOCIETY GHAT. Mrs. W. Bturtovnnt Mooro's tea nt 1220 K elreet ou Wednesday attornoon to introduce Miss Mooro was a dollghtful occasion. Mrs. Mooro received her guests In a gown of cray satin, handsomely trimmed with Inco. Mies Mario Mooro is n tnll blonde. Sho woro a pale blue gown of crGpon, and was very cordial and pleasing In her manner. Thc6o ladles were as 6i6ted by Mrs. Itowlaud. Mrs. Moore's sister, and Miss Ilowland, her niece. MIkb Farquhar, daughter of Commodoro FarqtiUnr, served cafe" frapp6, assisted by Miss Hutchinson, the Misses Eastman, Miss Merrlman, and MissCuth burt. MIrs Moutroso Elliott served punch In the back drawing-room, assisted by Miss Mo liun. Miss Tomes served bouillon, assisted by the nieces of Surgeon General Greer and Miss Dreber. Mrs. Gen. Browne poured tea, as sisted by Mr. W. Sturtovant Mooro and Mr. O. A. Ilowland. Mrs. Herbert Owens sang several boIos charmingl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

wiiiiiinnwiiii,iiiiimiwwmwiwiui m w kin ijmmim&m umihmw $ -3lwiX488WWw2iJWWpWWWwW0WWftKHSw?' i jgnniQwaK 4, 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. 1891. CHANCE; FOR PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. NVESTORS! In Larso or Small Sums FROM THE SIX iMPitYniiPMniiPT TO If' : 1 3 ' I' . , ; !( it ; . 1 1 I VI ,1! f. 11 M i IM i II m i i ' IvVjJ 'H? t It'll i '. 1 I i ! i I 3 i $5 $1,000 IN PASADENA OITY, BEDFORD OITY, BASIC OITY, ROANOKE. BUENA VISTA, NORFOLK, LYNCHBURG, BALTIMORE, THROUGH THE SOUTIIEM Lie EXCHANGE. From Six (0) Per Cent, up to Ten (10) Per Cent, interest guaranteed on all regular investments. From Ten (10) Per Cent, up to Twenty (20) Per Cent, guaranteed on all stocJcand land investments. Investments may be withdrawn at any time, upon thirty days' notice, with interest up to date of withdrawal. THE outhern Land Exchange THE OBJECT OF THE SOUTHERN LAND EXCHANGE Is twofold. First, to afford in dividuals of all classes, rich and poor alike, to safely invest money in large or s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

xy.i.... n4-.,V ?! I ,ifcitifcitfirwn e ?m ift " 3wv ( - K fffSTSISKwR t- W MWtoi-fJl ' - .V . fVfOrW'H'---''1 ' itstgrrr: THE -SStmiaAiY H&iRAUD. SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. 1S91. 15 . 4. ti GIIAKLESA. McEUBN, REAL ESTATE AN!) LOAN IIROKEU, OFFICE, 1420. Y STREET N. W., WAST1IHGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In tho District oC Columbia, Muryland, and Vir Klnin. Property nouirht,Sold, and Exchanged. uouejcb Rented nnd Ronts Collected Flro Insurtiuco Pluood in Unliable Companies, rort-lwu GN sk irStxJM JcrLs .Ufcc 1415 P Streot, Member of Washington Stock Ex uhungo. All local stoclcfi and securi ties bought and sold. doS-lt HAESI W.DOWHNG- Ileal Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 100 a O STREET N 0-R T n W E S T . FOR SALE. Nstmv, near 17th 835.000 New York avo mv, near 10th 10,000 New Hampshire avo nw, 9 rooms, a. m. i.. 10,000 Tenth st, near M n w, 0 rooms, a. m. i 0,500 Now Hampshire avo, 0 rooms, a.m. i 0,760 1823 18th street, 8 rooms, a. m. i 7,500 It st, near 14th, a. m. f. 7,400 Sst, near ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 18 January 1891

rtjlijtpijWiiNiWfV ' tr KW1 !lST!S!?SBtaifftispxa 1 -rfvy8HTjSjy j WpmiwmM i'iwHWiiii jfer u s ' 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY IS, 1891. SIX CHANCE; PROFITA Hf-: i I "W To tho Investor! Road! THE SAFEST AND BUST INVESTMENT IN THE WOULD IS STOCK IN THE I outSisrn Land MiB I. J tmttwirunumil FOR BLE INVESTMENT. . , .-. u iii oo the Ground loor! Co. f V -J li "1 . ' i i , . i1 i in w ul to M :?:i! M ii'i hv i "i- ti If!. A I: u 12 Per Cent, and also Equal Profits. Interest and Profits Payable Every Throo Months. SUVXt33S, SIO 33A.CH. Wo nro nuthorlzcd by tho Southern Land Com pany to plnco on Bale Ten Thousand Shares of Stock nt tho extreme low price of TEN DOL LARS EACH, $10.00 per sham, with n guarantee and pledge of not loss than 12 per cent, and also an Equal Proportionate Share In tho profits aris ing from tho investment of total capital In pro Sortlon as tho number of shares purchaser holds oars to tho total number of shareslssued. By this plan a. purchoscr may Invest any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

JUrfr 39Hkl:g Wi&ti&n&l ttiiigtt. VOL,. XXV. WAStllNGrTOlNI, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25,1891.-16 PAGES. NO.45 SENATORIAL CONTESTS. BLACK-EXK FOR, INGAI.I.S-OI.D SOI. DIEKS CONDEMN HIM. Jorry Simpson anil Ex-Governor St. John Knocked Out Sonsatlonal Bribery Charges Tho Deadlock In Illinois A Legislator's Eyo to ho Taken Out. Toi'KKA, Kak., Jau. 54. Tho coramittcoto which was referred the memorial from Lincoln Post, Q. A. It., of Topeka, praying for tbo re election of Mr. lngalls to the Uulted States Senate, submitted its report to-day. Tho com mitteo waB composed of three Alliance men, all old soldiers. Tho committee recommended that tbo memorial bo spread on tho recoid, but made an adverse report on tho prayer of the petitioners. Tho report was adopted, all Alliance members voting in the affirmative. It transpires now that tho thirteen who voted with tho Republicans yesterday do not favor Mr. Ingnlls' reelection, "but voted as they did yesterday because they thought tho referenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

BBBB""WPfP 't''wTyi''TJj"l"Trr -w- St ,!S c 5fW6&fc- TtlK SXJKEA"Y HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25. 1891. GEORGE W. JOYCE. R. EDWIN JOYCE. "Op" erargrm """" ikiS UILD s Wo Hiamifs I Ir IJW" YOKS SOMS, H$k 5a f&S B!!? 3 & RM2 A 8 8LM 85fc J BuBta Reai 'Wr "M HUB JTTi tl t&na u 84. ,8a' jvvSv v w 5 mi IH jjgy w , yjj "kv vaJB. jir jJ3y JLT JTILJE-si WW i&rie eg 3 U 1ft D , M W , E V K ll h, ' w i. i h hi t. .: i ir t v f r ? v 'M fil . I 1 Pleasure Carriages of every description, com prising all the latest stvles of Broughams, Extension-front Broughams, Dcini-Coaclios, Berlin Coaches, Victorias, and Spider Phaetons. Our display of Fine Harness far surpasses anything in that line ever shown in this city. . The stock is large and the selection good. We make a Specialty of Russet Harness, all Grades, both Double and TIHIIE ZLsT:E3"W SZEZD-AJST BE.OTJ(3-B:JklVE. WARE-HGOMS, 1028 AND 030 GOUNEGTiGUT AVE. OFFICES AND FACTORY, 4 1 2, 414, 416 FOURTEENTH STREET H.W. WE KEEP EVE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

" If)' wwat . r-A hty ' -'FAjh ll 11 Willi .,- THE SUNDAY H ERALD, SUN DAY, JANUARY 25. 1891. JWW IN THE LOCAL THEATRES. IiAST WJSICK'S PEnirORniANCKS AND THIS WJEKTC'S PROMISES. Mrs. XjOhIIo Carter Coming to tho National nml "Tho County Fnlr" to AlbnuEh'a IiocturoH mid Othor ICntortnlninonts Stage Notos. Tho dramatization of Mark Twain's "Prlnco and tho Pauper," which was seen for tho first tlmo in this city at tho National Theatro last weolc, succeeds moat admirably in ono o its purposes tho bringing of llttlo Elslo Leslie be fore tho public in a way to exhibit to tho best advantage all of her juvenile powers of acting. Aside from tho interest which centres around this clover child actress in her dual rOlo of Tom Canty and Prince UcZiranZ, there is much in tho play to redeem it from tho 6tamp of mediocrity. There aro princesses, earls, lords, thioves, vaga bonds, and numerous other composites to tho cu6t, nil creating excitement and assisting in tho general development of tho stor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

"'S"5ff--""-r iflgap aew-v 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 25, 1891. -. - . . S i- 1tf?tjy-'4-'.NKF. t.j ffjs-v A--V- -(lOU- lcfHli) itntiona1 Suiriltgcncer im National inteiajgenceb c&TA&usHcr toou 7WK SUNDAY MERAt.O TAnua,aa tens. ttrn. it th Vot Oftloo Ht Washington, tf. fl,, ma Soroml-clnan Matter. 3. si. soihckC ! .,..,, ' ..,.. ........ i.'roprlotorn lUUiorinl nnd Publication OHIcoh, No. 409 Tenth Streot Northwest. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (fit advance) jwycar $3.50 ficniMlanccs should be made by postal note, mnicn order, or checks on Kew York or Washing ton. ITlicn checks on banks in other cities are tent the cost of collection will be deducted. SECOND TO NONE.' Another Opinion of the "Herald as nn Advertising Medium. Washington, Jan. 22, 1S91. Messrs. SoulS and Hcnscy: Gentlemen : We wish to add our testimony as to the exceptional value of The Herald as an advertising medium. The results from tho use of your columns have exceeded our niost sanguine ex...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

"hi j ". .mm iHpiMmiiW' 'Kf- THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1S91. ipwniwii ""w Jr W' K ur &&r ' HV & i m & f m pfB- MOSES, THE MASCOTT12. Why Manager Jnolc Untight New 1M11 Trunk and V:yn Bsobh Uuggngo. Manager Sam T. Jack's Imrltsnuo company recently made a jump from Pittsburg to Cincin nati, and the maimner chartered a sleepor for the ladles' convenience. Just as the train pulled out of tbo Union Depot at tho Smoky City u young woman dressed In black entered tbo sleeper, carrying u bundle tightly bold to her breast. She looked woo-becono and 111. Tho manager sent a messenger to tboiutrudor to inform her that tbo sleeper had been char tered for tho burlesque company's solo use, and 'that If Blip wished to journey to Cincinnati she would have to enter tho other car. Tho young lady in black told a talo of woo to tho young woman messenger which won her sympathy. She said she was out of funds, was going homo to her paients a younc widow, with a heart full of sor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

rn' 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 25. 1891. " i -I '- t' To tlic Investor ! Read ! THE SAFEST AND BfiST INVESTMENT IN THE WOULD IS STOCK IN THE outhern Land Go. 12 Per Cent, and also Equal Profits. Interest and Profits Payable Every Three Months. SHA.XtOBS, sio mvoii. "Wo aro authorized by tho Southern Land Com pany to placo on salo Ten Thousand Shares of Stock nt tho extreme low price of TEN DOL LARS EACH, $10.00 per share, with a guarantee And pledge of not less than IS per cent, and also an Equal Proportionate Share in tho proflts aris ing from tho investment of total capital in pro Sortlon as tho number of shares purchaser holds cars to tho total number of shares issued. By this plan a purchaser may invest any amount from 10 up to $1,000, with a guarantee of 12 per cent, thereupon, and an honest, equal Bharo in thcprofits. Purchasers aro secured by the actual holdings of tho Company, (of which they become a part and parcel,) amounting to over two hundred and fifty thousan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

fWMIFW " P" """ 1 THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25. 1891. Si . ,VV ,j if The Finest S Table Water and Ginger Champagne in the World Bjf -r-amymTHT "-jm hdk ''?" iWHWfflJ'T'' parklmg Nearly all so-called natural mineral waters to be at all palatable must be treated with a solution of SALT and .BI-CAEBONATE of SODA. This Company will place as a guarantee and forfeit the sum of ($500) FIVE HUNDKED DOLLAES if it can be found that one iota of either of these ingredients is impregnated into the MANITOU WATERS, except by Nature. The Company also make from this Water, combined with Pure Fruit Flavors and Jamaica Ginger, a most healthful and delicious beverage, which they have happily named ' " A more delightful ind refreshing drink for ladies and children cannot be found, which explains at once the large demand that has sprung up for these :go'ods. TRY IT AND YOU WILL USE NO OTHER. The Manitou Water Company will guarantee this exhilarating beverage absolutely free from CAYENNE PEPPER an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

fm. rfr n wflF-flpp THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY 25, 1891. "wTJ n- A WEEK'S SPORTING GOSSIP. I.OOKINO AHEAD TO THE GREAT AN- NUAt RKGATTA. Preparations Among: tho Athletes for the Coming Season "What tho Clubs Arc Doing A lull in Baso-unll ews Notes. It is now assured that tho annual regatta of tho National Association of Amateur Oarsmen will bo held on tho Potomac River. In all probability tho month of August will be tho period selected for tho event. This has been foreshadowed by tho action of the Potomac Athlotic Club starting out with tho appointment of a committco to confer with tho other organi zations, followed by tho second of tho Colum bia Athletics, and thoy in turn were followed by the Analostan Boat Club, which at a mooting held recently selected President Maddox and Messrs. William McKcnney and Richard E. Pairo as their conferees to meet and discuss tho preliminaries of tho big affair. Tho Analostans as an organization aro not in a position to Incur fresh debt, ns...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

Y" j". JlMtiJiai &it : K9 fV?iX A ' m;;. Mr'.: WDiltil ' as?;. ; Pt t1 T, SW fett i3.c'. ,V" ' ESTABLISHED 1800. DUKES FOR HUSBANDS. SHOULD OUR AMERICAN GIRI.S CON TRACT FOREIGN MARRIAGES ? Tlio Opinionn ot Somo Woll-ICnown Iia Ho8 Mrs. Proctor Thinlcn itRisky Mrs. Soniitor DolpH DoprocatoB tho Danger In Naval Clrnlott Mrs. Attornoy Gonornl 3Iillor Says a nupbaml Nooils Creden tials Mrs. Bluncliuril Thinlts Mary En dtoo tt Did Woll A O uban I.iidy'A Views Mrs. Spoonor on tlio American Hus band Somo Girls "Who Hnvo Jioon IiUeky and Who Have Got Haiplnesa With Their Titlos. Washington is sllll talking of tho gorgeous wedding of Florence Audonrold to Count Forest Dovonno. It was gorgeous in tho extreme, and tho bride's wedding gown cost a fortune. It was of cloth of silver, and its train was twclvo feet long. It was wonderfully embroidered, and tho wedding veil was tho finest of Duchosso lace, and this was pinnod to tho bride's dark hair by a diamond jlcur dc lis. The bride wore at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

"fjn ft-,. ,f vAU.j i.t-w :ra:, i-r: --V 10 THE SUNDAY HBRALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1891. art, . , . m . i to tilWPWtWWfifc 'iii'1'jlipM w iM"WiJNi'kyiWMf"- tL ? fi ir, ; THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTH3. Capt.OthoW.Budd, 4th Cav., has boon granted an extended Icavo of abscnoo on aocount of disa bility. Drip. Gen. S. V. Bon6t, Chief of Ord., was placed on tho retired list Thursday on account of age. Thocomdg. gen. Dlv. Mo. will give tho neces sary order for tho disposition of Troop K, 1st Car., Capt. Boutcllo. Tho col. and regt. staff of tho 15th Inf. has been ordered to proceed without delay to Fort Sheridan, III., for station. First Lieut, William Baird.Cth Cav., has been ordered to West Point as a witness in the case of Prlvato William Dardls, Troop B, Ctli Cav. Capt, J. C. Ord (recently promoted from 1st It. 25th Inf. to bo capt. of inf.) has beon assigned to tho 25th Inf., Co. I, to dato from Nov. 11, 18P0, vico Readc, retired. Second Lieut. J. L. Schon, 4th Inf., on leave, has...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

-sy THE JNDAY I-iSDRA.LD.SXJISir)AY,JANUA.RY 26. 1S91 11 TT" 9e r . V. M I 7Fe carry a thoroughly stocJc, combining novelty, quality, and elegance with, prices strictly fair. rr i-i au F A I HI FBAMLE & CO., DEALERS IN WOODENWARB, SILVERWARE, GLASSWARE, IRONWARE TINWARE, AND HOUSEFURNISHINGS AND TOYS OF ALL KINDS. Seventh & H Streets N. W. Toil Icnow this, therefore it is hardly necessary for us to enumerate prices. They are low. 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, Diamonds, and 14-Cara rld Chains in this city and trill sell you on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine niy special line of American "Watches. 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATING STOVES: CHEERFUL HEATERS. SUN CHEEREUL. SUNSHINE. ' ; TIDAL W A YE. . i ',' COUPON. ' ' , CHAMPION. . - VANWIE. . , . , - CYLINDERS. REFLECTORS. ETC., ETC. RANGING IN PRICE FROM $4 UPWARD. ALSO, SPECIAL STOVES FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. WASHINGTON GASLIGHT CO. THE MOST IPOaPUHi-AJR, BOY 03...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

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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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

" "' "!'Vr" -" "y;vf-h " ' ' f iff ir "fTtp ry THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, TANUARY 25, 1891. 13 I SOCIETY OHAT. ' The annual Charity Ball for tlio benefit of. tho Children's Uospital, at tlio Rifles' Armory, WcdndsSay night, was a brilliant gathering, as theso balls nlwnyo are. Tlio ball was elabo rately decorated. Tbo members of tbo Marino Band wcro In their places at I) o'clock, and gave quito a concert, with a few dunces inter spersed, before the Presidential party arrived. On tbo outranco of tho latter they wcro met by the ladies' reception committee Mrs. Stone, Mrs, Loiter, "Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Wlllard, Mis. Gait, Mrs. Iloeke, Mrs. Ralph ,Johnson, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Do Sibourg, Mrs. Mason, and Mrs. Glover. Mrs. Stone headed the Hue and mado tho intro ductions. Then an aislo was formed thiough tho centi o of tho throng by the thirty-seven gon seven gentlemen of tho reception coinmlttco ranged on either hand, through which tbo Presi dent, with Mr. Lewis DavlB, led tho way to tho stage...

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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