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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

A uiwrit"t- 14: A GOOD ARTICLE Never goes a-begging. Most of our stock is com posed of standard goods, and are known on sight. Our goods only want to be seen. They will advertise us enough. TYSSOWSKI BROS., JkE&ic'& "Wear, Cor. 15th and Oittroots, CIRCLE MARKET. OALL AND SEE OUR CAPON CHICKENS, SMALL YOUNG TURKEYS, PHILA. DRY-PICKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS, BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE, GOLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES Off THE MAKKET. TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. . H. GWYNNE, COR. YERMONT AYE. AND L ST. N. W. Great Slaughter Sale of Harness! BUGGY and ROAD HARNESS $20 Harness Reduced $25 Harness Reduced $30 Harness Reduced $35 Harness Reduced $40 Harness Reduced Harness and A LARGE LINE KNEESSFS, - to $15 00. to $18 00. to $22 50. to $25 00. to $30 00. amain 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...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

MT--Y 1 iwjrjpp irr ft, V1 T? ' c TWEfc 9EemAkV HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1891. 15 ffl&&i W&k&trs fBvjakv A. EALPH JOHNSON, Heal Estate, AND Insurance, XSO3 IT- STREET. 303 Seventh street southwest. C19 Four-and-a-Half street Bouthwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEUEN, REAL ESTATE AND 10M BROKER, OPFion, 1420 F STREET N. "W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rented and Rents Collected Fire Iusurance Placed in Reliable Companies. fe3-lm6 W aV"l-iX- 1415 P Street, Member of "Washington Stoclc Ex change. All local stocks and securi ties bought and sold. deS-lt IF O IR, S -A. ILL IE. On Vermont avenuo, between K street and Iowa Circle, three lino residences. Price from 825,000 to 835,000. On Twelfth street, between R and S, 10-room brick; all modern improvements. 87,500. On 31 street.betweeu Ninth and Twelfth streets northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve ments. S13.00...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 25 January 1891

-Vfi' ; ... - rtti)c-,. t)1VN'l,N-i yfatH'ly4.iiyi .yr,fv MM V - S-fc JM-1 W - W, . V-t i-fJ-S- --. A.-- B X t J. . " r i 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1S91. S.S.SHEDD&BRO. THE GLEN EOnO OIIAUTAUQUA. AN ENTERPRISE WHICH WAS SUG GESTED BY A WOMAN, ! n on oor ! f 7VMPW Get the Groynd com in K- u t 432 NINTH ST- N. W. GAS FIXTURES, PLUMBING, HEATING. LAMPS AND BRIC-A-BRAC Every Article Marked in Plain .Figures. ja4-tf3 8tnaewtBv 'uio G MAGNET Magnets arc strange things and scientists don't quite understand them yet. They have myste rious powers of attraction which have not been explained. It is entirely different with the mag nets upon which wo rely. These magnets are quality, fit, durability, and cheapness. Every body understands not only why they should at tract, but why they should bo irresistible. They are especially attractive just now, because be fore the holiday season comes to an end wo must close out our Btock of OVERCOATS AND WINTER SUITS, and in order to do t...

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

ggaB!SBBwagtt'j SSiw frWn'EHJ'tfWuti r irj (.-nwFB- ,v-r,WTw .ilfi. JVw& OTUl H&tittn&l ttiils&tt VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 46 H'l a I rn THE TREASURY VACANCY. SIGNIFICANT MESSAGE FROM PRESI DENT HARRI80N. Tito Proprieties of tlio OcoftHion DIhcubbciI Unduo Hnsto and Even Indelicacy Im posed Upon tho President nnd iho Son ato by Existing taw. Tho President yesterday sent to the Senate and Houso tho following message In regard to the vacancy in tho Treasury caused by tho death of Secretary Wlndom: Tho sudden death of tho Hon. Wlllintn Wlndom, Secretary of tho Treasury, in Now York on tho evening of tho 29th instant, has directed my nt teutlou to tho present statoof tho law as to tho filling of n vacancy occasioned by tho death of tho head of a Department. I transmit herewith nn opinion of tho Attorney General, from which it will bo seen that under tho statutes in force no ofllccr in tho Treasury Department or other persons designate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

Tl-iE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1S91. 3 GEORGE W. JOYOE. R. EDWIN JOYOE. asrs3r j JOYCE ACE BU3 wiCrfeinoJtfea nnlaw CARRi LDER35 HARNESS MAI tESS MAKERS. Wc manufacture Pleasure Carriages of every description, com prising all the latest styles of Broughams, Extension-front Broughams, Demi-Coaches, Berlin Coaches, Yictorias, and Spider Phaetons. WARE-ROOMS, 1028 AMD "WE KEEP EYERT "WHAT BAB FINDS TO SAY. XEW FADS AND FOOLISH FOIBIES OF FASHIONABLE WOMEN. How Women Walk A Man's Present of Diamonded Slippers They Were Beau tiful, bur No. 1, and She Couldn't Got in No. 3! Small Fortunes in Slippers A Coming New Actress Tho Newest Stylos of Feminine Stationery. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New York, Jan. 30 It is not exactly the proper quotation, but it is true, "that all things come to her -who knoweth how to walk," and by knowing how to walk, I mean to go out in all sorts and conditions of weather, and keep your eyes open wide, so that you see everything, from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

wmmmmknmtmwm mm i. T1V i "TJ. -ITEC" BT --: I THE SUNDAY HERALDSUNDAY, FEBRUARYl, 1S91. a I V v IN THEATRE AND HALL. AVIIAT IS OSM? EKING IN THE WAY OP rURLIC AMUSKMKNT. The Plnys of tlio Tast Woolc IIow Wash ington Received Mra. Caitor Koturn of 1'rancis Wilson JnmoB O'Nolll In n Now Kolo Coming Concerts nnd Iiootttros. Thrco hours each evening last week were spent hy largo and well pleased audiences at Albaugh's Grand Opera House in viewing tho scones of rustic simplicity portrayed In "Tho County Fair." This Is ono of thoso plays which, liko "Tho Old Homestead," appeals to tho restful senses of tho auditor, nnd furnishes at tho samo tlmo a Bufllclent amount of in nocent fun and excitement to roliovo it of any degreo of monotony. In "Tho County Fair" aro found tho samo beings, albeit with different names, that Dcuham Thompson and Nell Bur jjess have for many years presented to tho public, nnd thoy aro nono tho less liked be causo thoy aro more or less truo to life. Tho company pres...

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

"-IP "",', 4 THE SUNDAY HEKALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARYl,18yi. -Morw b& mu&Ltr; 3rU iUrritlif ifotioun1 SnUUigcnccr. vw National jntelligewoer CtTABUSHCS 1SCO. TS-K SUNBAY KER&1.Q STfMtU i635. tutored at tho TPost Ofiico nt Washington, D. C. nn Second-class Matter. f . a. SOULE' I Proprietors. .1 t. nisNfsnv, j 4i -Jlilltoriol .srul ?ablloatlon Offlcos, No. 409 Tenth Street KortliwoRt. NOTICE TO SUBSCllIBEliS. Subscription in advance) per year $3. CO Remittances tfiotild be made by pottal note, money order, or cheeks on New York or Waslitng ton. Wlicn checks on banks in other cities arc sent Me cost of collection will be deducted. 3?7ic Editor of The Sunday Herald cannot undertake toprcscrvcor return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient im portance ta justify publication will be welcomed from any one, and if valuable will be paid for. Contributors arc respect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

'"."! W Eluux.' . .- -r THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARYl, 1891. vt'jH&i .J&R 11 ,1 i I k v IFINE BASE BALL OUTLOOK. TIII3 KjEW GllOUNDS WlJjJi MR TOR rURTXIEST IN AMERICA. As .Smooth ? it Mllllnrd Tiilrio Tho Old Schuctzon Turk at tlio rientl ofSovonth Street Lcnsotl Stronc PliiyoifZ3l(;netl Other Interesting Gossip. The affairs of the Natlonnl Uiue-bnll Club reached a much better shape yesterday, when the trustco of the old Schtietzen Park, Mr, Enoch Totton, and tho agent of the ball club, Mr. T. B Kalbfus, closed their negotiations for a lease, and placed tho paper on record lu tho City Jlall. Many erroneous statements have been made lately In regard to tho affairs of the club, especially tho location of tho park and the names of tho players signed or who are tinder agreement to sien. Somo of tho latter were back numbers who would bo no credit to the city. Tho grand stand will not bo up against the Frcedma's Hospital; it will bo many yards away. Indeed, tho grounds are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1S91. "Wasliington XjOcIo UNTo- X S- it' It K K J 1 It WEDNESDAY The following-named Beixowned Artists from the first-class theatres of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington have kindly volunteered their valuable services for this occasion : Bfo. Pete F Baker, Miss Alice iRaymond; ITankHoe and Omen Miss Xdillie Western, Mr. Edward H. Droop. The The Theatre will be handsomely decorated by MB. FEED ALDBIDGE, of Brooklyn, N. Y., decorator of the last inaugural ball. A picture of the entire audience will be taken prior to the commencement of the performance by the aid of a powerful magnesium flash light, and other novelties will be introduced, making this the most com plete, refined, and unique entertainment ever given. Doors open at 12 noon, curtain rises promptly at 1 o'clock. Tickets for sale at DBOOP'S MUSIC STORE, 925 Pennsylvania Avenue, and from members. Box sheet now open at DBOOP'S. GOSSIP FOR THE GIRLS. Alice Confides to Dea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

J. , -' THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1S91. i r) ii The Finest Spark!in: Water .and Gi Champagne in the World. wiw w m .. T -, r ! Il ' III I , i -.1. ' t m m i jh HHHHK j BL, v A kmp HRr bhH HHrB? Hb R SP jb n Nearly all so-called natural mineral waters to be at all palatable must be treated with a solution of SALT and EX-CARBONATE of SODA. This Company will place as a guarantee and forfeit the sum of ($500) FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS . if it can be found that one iota of either of these ingredients is impregnated int& the MANITOU WATERS, except by Nature. The Company also make from tliis Water, combined with Pure Fruit Flavors and Jamaica Ginger, a most healthful and delicious beverage, which they have happily named A more delightful and refreshing drink for ladies and children cannot be found, which explains at once the larere demand that has sprung up for these goods. TRY IT AND YOU WILL USE NO OTHER. . ' The Manitou Water Company will guarantee this exhilarating beverage ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

""""WwSniS"! THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1S91. TOWN TALK. A new enterprise by a younjMnan. In tak ng n stroll a few days airo, viowlntr tho sights hroutrh tho spectacles of a newspaper man, onr attention was attracted ty a largo "bluo and white BwlnBintr sign" at No. 618 Eleventh street northwest, with tho "Philadelphia Oyster Houso" upon it, and as tho namo was so familiar to us as being at No. 637 Tenth street, wowore led to inquire of Mr. William H. Yeoman, the pro prietor, whom wo found on tho promises, what nil this meant, and ho was not lone in telling us that tho old "place" had grown too small for his business, and that ho was compelled to sccuro now quarters for tho accommodation of "his ex tensive trade," "Yes, tho business community wcie doing their full Bhare for mo," said ho, "and I thought it was my duty to pivothem botter accommodations, which I think thoy will And here. I havo spent a good deal of money in fitting up my new place for their comfort. My lunc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

iMtroii 4! ft JVwfc ;NIfeJtJlg flixm&t ttiU$ttft ESTABLISHED 1SOO. FEBRUARY 1, 1891. RAGES 9 TO 16 THE SERVANT QUESTION. FOUR MORE CANDIDATES l J .t KW?"rt" ' 1 WELL-KNOWN WASHINGTON JLAD1KS GIVE THEIR OPINIONS Ol IT. ' lllra. I'roctor Say That Servants Should lie Sent One Hour a Kay to Cooltlnc Schools Mrs. Noblo Wants a Charity School Tor Trnlnlnjr Servants nnd Mrs. RuMc Discusses tho Education of Ser vants in tho WHfc Mrs. Sonator Sher man's Practical Idons How Gon. Grant Brought His Servants to Tlino Mrs. Oulloni Tells a Curious Story of Mrs. President Hayes Sonator Stanford's Chinese Coolcs. Tho Presidential question, tho Indian ques tion, and the Farmers' Allianco question are all being discussed by the men of Washington, but tho question that is nearest to every woman's heart is tbe servant girl question. Not long ago thero appeared in tho columns of a New York newspaper the following announcement: HA nil nnw n oorwnnf. rrlrl cnnlnfv lino linnn r& ganized in Gotham fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

-.? " . i&, V- 10 THE SUNDAY HBRALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1891. -" r - . U i THE ARMY AND THE tfAVY. ARMY NOTES. Capt. C. M. Granby, nsst. surg., has been re lieved from temporary dutY in tho field, and or dered to resume bis leave o absence. Second Lieut. G. H. Macdonald, l6t Cav., bas been detailed as professor of military science and tactics at Grove City College, Grove City, Pa. Second Lieut. II. G. Sickel, 7th Cav., bas been detailed as professor of military sclenco and tactics at tbo University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S. D. Upon tho recommendation of tho Academic Board Cadot "William Yates, 2d class, U. S. Military Academy, hns been granted leave of absence until Juno 15, 1S91, at which timo ho shall join tho new 2d class. Upon the recommendation of the Academic Hoard tho following-named cadets of tho 2d class, U. S. Military Academy, reported as de ficient In study, will be permitted to go on with their class and mako up their deficiency to tho satisfaction of tho Aca...

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

TSM&Qjumn np-rn THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1891. 11 mi I M i SI II fi FOB, I carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, JOiainonds, and 1-4-Oaraiir Gold Chains in this city and will sell yona on credit at casta prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATING STOVES: OHEEEEUL HEATERS. SUN CHEERFUL. SUNSHINE. ' TIDAL W AYE. . ; 'I?:'.-:' 2 -f CYLINDERS. :- REFLECTORS. ETC., ETC. RANGING IN PRICE FROM $4 UPWARD. ALSO, SPECIAL STOVES FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. WASHINGTON Philadelphia, 1783. 3n&rS?A331Lij:SJ3LJZX j'.'jw.T'i'f?nryfnnffl) Chronic Headaches aro aften causod by dofeotivo Eyo-Slsrht. Properly adjusted Spectacles fre quently give permanent relief. Perfect satisfaction given, or money refunded. onp Tnioi-A-isr, 1311 F ST. N. W., Brunei! of No. 3 N. Chnrlos St., Baltimore, Bid. THE MOST 3P03PTU"HiA.3 3BOTT 03R GOOESXul Hero is tho Coupon on Which You Must Put Your Yoto : A ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

xt m ' t j ' ' '"iij, ,' inimv." TTl "?"" V- THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, FEBRUARY!, 1891. 13 ' '-n- "vaftrrit! jjprv-r 3'. i SOCIETY GHAT. Miss Minnie Lansburgh, daughter of Mr. Gustavo Lansburgh, and Mr. Charles Gold smith wcro married on Wednesday afternoon, nt tho Eighth-street Bynngoguo, in the presence of n largo assemblage. It was ono of tho most beautiful and Impressive wedding ceremonies of tho season, and the synagogue was entirely In adequate in size to hold tho numbers of pcoplo anxious to witness tho beautiful ceremony. Mendelsohn's wedding march was played as tho bride and groom entered, followed by tho parents of both and six of the ushers. Miss Lansburgh wore a Parisian gown of white ben galinc. with garniture of ostrich feathers, and she held a bouquet of whito flowers. Dr. L. Stern united tho pair in wedlock. Tho ushers wcro Mr. Thomas Ilahn, of Philadelphia; Mr. George Holler, of Fort Wayne; Mr. Henry Lansburgh. Mr. Sol Lansburgh, Mr. Sol Wal lack, Mr. Frank Baclunan,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

'5j'-i'!StiMS'?"n 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1S91. You an Buy di heap as Dirt, THE FIRST ON RECORD TO GIVE SMALL INVESTORS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY WITH LARGER ONES Having purchased a cotton factory in the South, which requires all my capital, I propose to dispose of my ENTIRE SQUARE, NO. 1092, BEING ALL THE GROUND BETWEEN 16TH AND 17TH AND G AND H STREETS S. E., and bordering on Kentucky aye., ONE BLOCK NORTH OF PA. AVE,, together with the undivided. portion of Congress Heights, at a price for both properties that insures to investors the Surest, Safest, and Best Investment ever offered at the National Capital, 3 '3 Eu j1 I 1 s JiiLJsL. raB ( Bn Q Is v Have agreed to hold these properties in trust for the purchasers, and to issue to them certificates of ownership showing their respective interests therein. Large and small investors are therefore equally and thoroughly pro tected upon an Absolutely Even Basis of undivided interests in the property proportionate to amount inv...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

I fBj4iiiWS5mPp t-"&)$ r-"r rwv- I ,h THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1891. 15 fc 1 !l ".v . rv A. RALPH "JOHNSON, Heal Estate, Loans AND Insurance, 13O0 F STREET. 303 Sovonth street southwest. filO Four-nnd-a-IIalf street southwest. jal8.tr CHARLES A. fflcBUEN, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER, OFFICE, 1420 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rented and llonts Collected Firo Insurance Placed in Kcllalilo Companies. fctt-linB jKiuiJoq! JiXL'!- 'OA-aAL. 1415 F Street, Member of Washington Stock Ex change. All local stocks and. securi ties bought, and sold. deS-lt IF O Tb SALE. On Vermont avenue, between K street and Iowa Circle, three lino residences. Prico from $23,000 to 35,000. On Twelfth street, between K and S, 10-room brick; all modern improvements. 37,500. On M street,between Ninth and Twelfth streets northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve ments. $13,0...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 February 1891

. l . F7fl'''?3533r -r- ,,. f.i.vj , - wrpT,.,-!- .- - J i 4Mb '" tV-ft jwr.yi.w.itoWK.. , - ,r$ b 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1S91. THE MY VALEDICTORY. IN WHICH I 1H1) ADIEU TO TH13 IIKK ALD'S MANY KEAVISUS, 432 MNTH ST. N. W. Who Will Hereafter Havo to Oropu Along Without tho TTsnnl Report About tho tiocnl Stock Market. II ESTABLISHED 1S02. &S.SHKDD&BRO, Till? iflfi i III II MMITY mm m m !:! i 1 I I'l AS FIXTUR ES PLUMBING. HEATIN LAIVIP AND Q Ma Every Article Marked in Plain JFigures. ja4-tf3 TO EXICO ! $ I 07.85 koSIip S i 07.85 IN SPECIAL PULLMAN CARS THROUGH PROM WASHINGTON. D. C, TO CITY OF MEXICO AND RETURN, WITHOUT CHANGE, VIA PIEDMONT AIR LINE. (Richmond and Danvillo R. R.) departures op specially-organized parties, of i imited number, from Washington, D. C, ON February 3 anil 17, 3Iarc7i 3, 17, and 31. RETURN FROM CITY OF MEXICO ON February 12, .AND FORTNIGHTLY THEREAFTER UNTIL April 9, Inclusive. Full particulars to bo had upon application to New En...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

MMM-','l . I ' JUtfr Hjefelf ilJ&tixnt&l StHxg()0jtJC)0 VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 47 jTi 1T" THEY DON'T GIVE IT UP. FUKK COINAGE MEN WH.I. TRY A NEW 1'I.AN OV CAMl'AIGN. A Resolution to Chnngo tho Kulcs no as to ITorco tho Coinage Committoo to Report UiolMU Action of Lust Night's Demo cratic Cuhcuh. Tho silver men in tho Ilouso havo not by any means given up tho fight for freo coinage. Their defeat on Friday discouraged them somewhat, but thoy still believe they havo not exhausted all tho means by which thoy can got the subject beforo tho House. Tho threat of tho anti-6ilver Republicans to put tho Force bill as an addi tional "rider" on any appropriation bill to which tho Freo Coinage bill may be tacked has rather blocked any further attempts in that di rection. But other means will bo tried by tho silver men. Representative Towusend, of Colorado, yes terday offered for reference a resolution amend ing tho rules of .tho House so as to prov...

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