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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

-H .S..X. . ' ri-iE; SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARYS, 1891. GEORGE W. JOYCE. R. EDWIN JOYOE. "S7"tf rQ ElLa Wo manufa ., BnpiBraain(i& mmumiuu iiMw.uaimm uJMHm tnemm rmi -! uauauii yrt"""V- -Bk 1 j in si m m"jr m m- a eh sa J3&5p .A W.&A. L WW1 " -"- r-M-tKfeflRl gW MUMUMMiMmiUiifcJ V H WC tJJJ BC-W W. --!" rm.SA-m X3. .- CARRIAGE BUILDERS, HARNESS WA nja jH ismr ?f? km a b ip3 f rTSr&iEi mmebm . he re y WA ft? ! V Pleasure Carriages of cvcvy description, com prising all the latest styles of Broughams, Extension-front nil A'Hi mo b ? Doiiii-Coachos, Berlin Coaches, Victorias, and Spider Phaetons. WARE-ROOMS, 1028 km 1030 CONNECTICUT AVE. OFFICES AND WE KEEP EVEET ARTICLE NECESSARY EOR THE SEVERAL NIGHTS IN ROME. .AMUSING EXPERIENCES OF A NEWS TAPER MAN AS "SUPER." 'Tho Queer Medley of Human Beings Who Made Up tho Corps of Citizens, Barba rians and Soldiers Evolving Order Out of Chaos at Douule-Quick Time. Among the scores of supernumarles, or, to use stage vernacula...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

in im. jwmnw1 3 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY. FEBRUARY S. 1S91. 3 THE AMUSEMENT WORLD. WHAT IS GOING ON IN THEATRIC AND MUSIC IIAIiTi. AVwCr&?k.1. ErasEKK i fj&L igMSSwifch mMM WW. A Good Array ofTnlontnt All tho IIuuscb This "Wook Iitist Wcok's Attractions Oponlng of tlio Stoddard Lecturer To Morrow Night General Notes of tlio Stngo. "Tho Dead Hoart," which Mr. Jnmes O'Neill presented at Albnugh'a Graud Opera House last wook, is tho version of Mr. Henry Irving, and tolls an Interesting story of tho French re volution. It Is pretty, however, from a dra matic standpoint In Its lack of continuous action. Moro or less "tallcy" at regular and numerous Intervals, It becomes disappointing to a certain degree in Its climaxes, and thus falls to com mand a general concentration of Interest. Un doubtedly tho drama would prove somewhat more successful in tho hands of a competent company, but under the best possible circum stances it would bo difficult to imagine that it could bo elso than ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

-' -,-'mimm&mmmm!i r'TtmF'rr -W i 4fimrWliPr, 4 THE SCNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1891. K l$ SSmtft&m &vbl& A Nil SBrrlihj Jlntlonn1 5JulfIHsiccc r&h smational intelligencer CfiTAOUSHEO 1800. THR SUNDAY KERAU E37ADU8HSO ISC&. Entered at tho Post Ofllco at Washington, D. Cm as Second-class Matter. . a. SOUIE, .A. T. HEX9ET, . . . . .Proprietors Rdttorlnl ml Publication Offices, No. 409 Tenth Streot Xorthwost. NOTICE TO SUJ3SCRIDEIiS. Subs crlptlon (i advance) per year $S.GO "Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on Xcw York or "Washing ton. "Wlicn checks on banks in other cities arc tent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of Inn Sunday IIr.nAi.E- cannot undertake toprcscrvcor return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, s7iouId retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient Im portance to justify publication will bo welcomed from any one, and if ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

IBMutWimiiitfiM ' iiWtijiiMt,UiiiiL!trCJi.NNWBiWflWWW 7 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1S91. h b V A FINE BANK BUILDING. IUK NATION Ali CAPITA Tj WANK MOVBS TO ITS NEW HOMIS TO-MOBROW Itunmrlmlilo Success of Thin 1'loucor Uiin'k of Capital Hill A Description of tho Edifice Tho Public Invited to In Bpcct It To-morrow, Tile National Capital Bank moves to ltshand--somo new building, 314-31G Pennsylvania ave nue southeast, to-morrow, (Monday,) the 9th of February. When the bank was organized nn office was leased at the corner of Third street and Pennsylvania avonuo southeast, and It was the Intention of the directors to remain In these quarters for ten years, but the growth during the first, six months demonstrated that the space was Inadequate for the volume of business to be handled, and the purchasoof a site and erection of a building was decided on. The gio wth of the bauk exceeds the prediction of its most sanguine friends. The receipts of the first day, September 2, 1889, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

'wu m'ffMMWV l,iiJ.Mw.iiih.i.W(W,l.IJUWW-Wi -.'.n n,-a.;'.w6ga.",Jj frmmk wtmt-vt. mmwmw9tm&i& .yswsay! 6 THE SUNDAY HERAJUD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1891. gf fit ? I I : e Fon Tnn Susday IIeiiald. THE DUL.OISSIME." Oh, 'tis sweet to see the flowers Clustering round the rustlo bowers "Where the birds sing out their sontr, And the butterfly and boo On their labors light and free To ench bud of sweetness throne And to list to rippling streamlets 'Neath the silver moon's sort benralots Leafy tongues that whisper low. Like tho breath of Httlo elves Or a voice within ourselves, When tho breezes softly blow. But, ah, when from tho heavens Swift the moon and stars are driven, And tho thunder echoes round, Then to Ho awalto and hear Pattering raindrops falling near, Oh, the Rwcetest joy o'er found 1 Jos. Sebastian Hooeiis. VAN BIBBER'S KLEPTOMANIA He Secretes Spoons and Becomes Terror of Teas. a New York Sun. Mr. Van Bibber and the other men of his par ticular set were grouped around th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

Hi f ' awcLiuju WJ i M1l""iwy " Wi 'Mil' il'!JJ ' l't?''J,,'',Al'llftga',gBg THESUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1891. ffi NIWS OF THE LODGES. MANY iTJIRtS OF INTKKEST TO MK3t BEltS O.F 1'HE FRATKIIKITIES. Activity in tho Scottlali Kite Anxiety Alout Goit. Albert l'llto Masonic Por Konals Golden Gross, Mechanics, and TCcchnhlto Kotos. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 9th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 10th: New Jerusalem No. 9, Thurs day, 12th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 13th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 13th. A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 12th. Blue Room: Arminius No. 23, Monday, 9th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 10th. Masonic llall, Georgetown Qeorgo C. Whit ing No. 22, Thursday, 12th. Masonic 'llall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 9th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 9th; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 12th; Eureka No. ...

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

?'"- .hsssMlbs.'a. sBfeaw5?aKra - ? r.3tat&,.jCrfl - ?iJ4...tJSJJ JlMSit. -.,... . THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1S91. n n if i fl .B J ii II LENTEN DAYS ARE NIGH. AND TIIE GAY WORLD ENJOYS ITSELF WHILE THERE IS TEX TiaiE. Entertainments of All Kinds Mark tho Closing Dnys of tho Sonson Some of tho More Notnhlo Ones of tho Pnat "Week. Tho reception given to Miss Alico Fletcher, recently appointed Fellow ot Harvard Univer sity, was a notable evont in many respects. Miss Fletcher Is tho first American woman thus honored. Tho reception was tendered by tho representatives ot nil tho literary, social, and scientific clubs in tho District, either controlled by women or giving women equal privileges in their organizations. Miss Fletcher is in the primo of life, and very fino looking, with clear cut features. Her expression is remarkably frank and Intelligent. Sho is a thoroughly educated, brainy woman, who has won every honor over bestowed upon her by faithful, pains taking, ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

nmmmimiiiiiiinmMiimtmminafiim'iimtnnvw&nmm.-zmrt ti x j&nft 3HWfcl:gr 'ffiixtixw&l xtklliKnKKK ksta.b!vISh:kid isoo. FEBRUARY 8, 1891, PAGES 9 TO 16 CALLING ON THE CABINET. FOR THE MOST POPULAR. aMJuwJtmllJiit!LgmJLlgJ'-alllBflu.l..l,w Aliti ABOUT CABINET RKOICPTIONS IN WASHINGTON. "TIioiiKiindn of Cnllorn nnd UuhIioIh of Can) Old Men mid Old Women tiR Society People Noted Statesmen iik Uonux-n Iiook tit Qoii. Van Vliet and Horatio King n Cabinet Day at INIrn. Wana mnttor's Hor Dining-room and Ilor ITninoiiIJcthuny Punch. Lont begins nest Wednesday, aud Washing ton society for thu next forty days will, metaphorically speaking, put on sackcloth, eat Ash on Fridays, and squat In the ashes of re pentance. The season has been a gay one, and tho dinners, teas, and receptions have been numerous and extravagant. Tho Cabinet re ceptions Rave a chance to the tourists and tho bridal couples to see the noted women of Washington, and the Cabinet ladies toll mo their callers were num...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

"jrT::;irx TJ MWWHafc u inMmrMamwii i.i m n inn iwwViHw M fhqtifrjV1"1 jffyww - - 10 TJrSE; SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1S91. ifrfnMwWM W-ftJft .SfewlWl'.- - - ,-- .n(W 3W8'.. wi.iMfcWtoflf- - 4tilrultX9&mm'M. JT.VtatiHSgaiw tfWWIIWMwi' OMHWM'Mftfo'l s m Rin l'- THE ARMY AND THE WAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tho board of officers convened atFortKoogh, Mont., Jnn. 10, to examine ofllccr for promo tion, has been dissolved. Tbo extension of lcavo granted 1st Lt. M. C. Hicbnrds, 2d Art., bns been further extended 3 months on nccount of sickness. Tbo following transfers in tbo 1st Art. arc or dered: 1st U. F. S. Rico, from Bat. A to Bat. H; 1st Lt. C: 11. Hunter, from Bat. II to Bat. A. The board of officers conrcned at lort Leavenworth. Kan., Nov. 12, 1S90, to examine officers to determtno their fitness for promotion, ba3 been dissolved. Maj. C. Do Witt, surg., has been relieved from duty at Fort Hancock, Tex., and ordered to report to tbo commanding officer Fort Sam Houston, Tex., for d...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

tt!WtfwftiiwiiiiwiVii'iri4lfi iiiiiiiii.i mJMfimi&'m.'mi mm'w nyiiin iiiiuimmuii.wi TIR SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, ISQli 11 GALLING ON THE CABINET. (Continued from Ninth Page.) CIRCLE MARKET. f vs uWfry bn v Aoro i-O ,1 W r1 t Jr , OALL AND SEE OUR CAPOET CHICKENS, SMALL YOUNG- TUEKEYS, PHXLA. BBX-PICKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBEKS, BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE, G-OLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MAKKET. TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. H COR. YER3I0NT AYE. AND L ST. N. W. for aroasn 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. Great Slaughter Sale of Harness! BUGGY and ROAD HARMS. $20 Harness Reduced $25 Harness Reduced $30 Harness Reduced to $15 00. to $18 00. to $22 50. $35 Harness Reduced to $25 00. $40 Harness Reduced to $30 00. Harness and A LARGE LI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1S91. 13 SOOIETY OHAT. Tho tea givou by Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Emery on Tuesday , from 4 to 8, was a large nud brilliant one. Mrs. Emery was assisted by her daughters, Mrs. M. V. Cox and Miss Emery. Mrs. Eraerv wore black silk; Mrs. Cox, light bluo brocade, with cream ostrich feather garni ture, and Miss Emery, clcl-bluo silk aud whito lace. Other ladies assisting the hostess were Mrs. Dr. Corey, In white crGpe; Mrs. Kceside, in while and pink crGpe; Miss Duncanson, in plnkcrOpon; Miss Wnlthatn, in violet crGpe, with pansy garniture; Miss Burrows, in white crGpe; Mrs. Helen Emery, in black silk; Miss Uemorest, of Now Jersey, in yellow gauze; Mrs. Jamo Pugh, Jr., in bluo brocade, and Miss Burr, In blue silk and white lace. The spacious drawing-rooms AVero decorated with beautiful ilowcrs. The table in tho dining-room was adorned with a largo mound of pink tulips, and from tho chandelier in tho hall was sus pended a huge ball of roses. A collation ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

&&ai!Mm &!&, 14 TMJe SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1S91. ETSTH f S'1 I 1 ir IS i 1 ),- ust H,Wr n HjWN HA Vlr IN h j i JJJm I ulll HUM U. IIjLIIiII lull, liiW JLiLf 1 Ulli 1 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, HAVING ACQUIRED control of 1,237 acres of very valuable land between Newport News and Hampton, and desiring to develop and improve said land, now seek the co-operation of the public, and offer investors the great inducements hereinafter set forth. THESE LANDS are above the highest tides; are situated between Newport News and Hampton on the one hand, and the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and the waters of Hampton Roads on the other, and their general surroundings are such as to render them highly desiraole for manufacturing, residential, and other purposes. THE FINANCIAL PLAN : THE FINANCIAL PLAN of the Compauy is as follows: THE CAPITAL STOCK is to bo $2,000,000, divided into shares of $100 each. When sixty dollars shall have- been paid on each share of stock it is confide...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

ekmfmv'iiiwpni4vw"ki&h wtwwf-s'WfTvi&tiTI TIJ S-UNDATV HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S. ISOl. 16 .y i1 hi fEiAPt $EjStttfcfc fBfctfl?! Real Estate, Loans AND Insurance, 1206 3 STTRJHEJT- 303 Seventh street southwest. G19 Four-nud-n-IInlf street southwest. ja!8-tf GHABLESA. McEUEN, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER, OFFICE, 1420 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In tho Distrlot of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rented and Rents Collected Plro Insurance Placed in Rollablo Companies. ic3-lmG ""siwJ- dStefccC 1415 P Street, Member of "Washington Stoclc Ex cliange. All local stocks and. securi ties bought and sold. de8-lt IF1 O IR SALE. On Vermont avenue, between K street and Iowa Circle, three flno residences. Prico from 883,000 to 833,000. On Twelfth street, between It and S, 10-room brick; all modern improvements. 7,500. On Mstreet.between Ninth and Twelfth streets northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve ments. S13.0...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 February 1891

WWWWWMIMliMW.M4 , n, i . ...; .v. -ff- aafti ,1.,,.KfcatyJ -MNi,JSg&85 3&c2 JWhHuma-cfc, 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1891. II s if f II i1 r 1 f If TROUSERS try to got above your shoe tops, or bag at the knees, or wrinkle across the front, you may rest assured there is something wrong in the cut of 'em. We have profit ed by the mistakes of others, and are getting up a garment that will set properly as long as it lasts. The MODEL PANTS are fast gaining a reputation that clothiers envy, but cannot grasp. Ii we can get you interested in our make of Pants we are confident of your trade. Try the Model Pants. You will wear no others. Prices are no higher than you have been paying for inferior garments. THE IMIOmiEIlu TANZER & CO., 908 Seventh Street Northwest. We Make Pants Only. TRY THE xoxt- ITRST-CLASS IUp or'5 Puill miu yygg m FILTERED WATER. 522 Tenth St., Near Corner F. TBLrPHONB OALL1092-8. i. iiL.JLj Co WE ARE WELL PREPARED TO SELL yov H0USEFURN1SHSNQS OF...

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

I y-'lilintWiN.. mm i t m tfwa iflm m n niTinF i if 'P .te-fcr-n J,n& 335kl:g Hetixxmad l$tUx$ttc. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1S91 16 PAGES. NO.48 in. SHERMAN THE SOLDIER. F12I.T DEATH REACHING FOR HIM-A VIVID PRESENTIMENT. Tho Old Wnrrlor's Wishes to Ho Oboyod Ho Wnnted a Soldier's Hurlnl Along side Ills Faithful Wlfo nnd Idolized "Soldier Boy" Tho Arrniigoinonts. New Yonic, Feb. 14. Tho following official stutemont of tlio scenes nt tho deathbed of Gon. Shorman nnd the arrangements for tho funeral wcro gtven out lato iu tho afternoon by Lieut. Fitch: Geu. Sherman lay in bed from Friday morning until ho died to-day without speaking a word. He mado tho attempt to do so several times, but was unablo to utter a sound othor than a hoarse gasp. Ho apparently reeoRnlzcd those about him by a look of tho eyes. His tonguo was swollen and his jaws wcrostllT some hours boforo ho died. Signs of death wcro noticed half an hour boforo ho died in tho icy coldness of tho Anger ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 February 1891

I ii ll MMinnnuiiiih ! , ,.- , J? tt4T fa-slR.1 i THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1891. a j i io 1 1 Conn. Ave. The Fraeb YdubI A Now and Scientific Drill in Yoico Gnlturo in the French Language: or, How io Acquire Infallibly Perfect Ac cent and Pronunciation. A NOVEL SYSTEM based on a practical and scientific series of logically-connected. FRENCH CONVERSATIONS. Familiarity -with SPOKEN Prcnch being thus acquired by practice, and tbo NATURAL ASSO CIATION or ideas and CONNECTED thoughts. No Grammar ! No Theories ! ! No English Spoken!!! 33ut plain, cotninon-scnsc, cvery-day, idiomatic French Conversations on a scries or CONNECTED topics, at once practical and interesting, and only composed out or a vocabulary or words within the range or daily life, business, and necessities. Pupils learn to speak rrom the very first les son, not only in Ions and connected sentences, but in n long and connected Eeriesor conversa tions; which is not the case with other systems. Disconnected Wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 February 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1S91. 3 m FUN AT ALL THE HOUSES. COMEDY W1M. HOLD THK IIOAIIDS THIS WKKK. Grnno In "Tho Soiintor" at Albitugh'H, "tnter On" lit tho National, "Shamus O'Brien" nt tho Bijou, and Hlgh-ClnsH Vnrloty nt Kornnn'a Notes of tho Since Mr. Richard Mansfield and his excellent com pany last week made Washington his second vlett of tho season, presenting tho sumo re pertory with which ho haB previously captured tho favor of tho public. Albaugh'6 Grand Opera H0U80 was filled each ovenlng during tho Week as tt has rarely been before this season. Mr. Mansfield's position on tho stagols a distinctive one. Ho Is an artist of peculiar versatility and powor not tho power to exclto Impulses, but tho power to command admiration and this exquisite ektll appears in everything ho docs on tho stage. Tnn Hr.iui,D has heretofore Bpokon in pralsoof his plays and compauy. They nro practically tho same as thoy wcro earlier in tho season, and thero is nothlngto bo added ex ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 February 1891

?W V8K&SWmf- wukw.'; ' TirtmBr-frrminTi-J"n-T t tnu- nnrtwiain-i1iiTrlfriJmiiiiffnaliiywwirriwifrrf-njm'imniriimi mHimrTiifiiiWitiiifMWtiirmmwifih'ii't intl 5 t lffltetef S ' " 'UlWWWtl'w'i" iMijtalih. . fctfsdfccsfeft; -4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1S91. Mmmmimt.MMit ffn riilMairTiMiwiiiwiiiwiifffii a 11' -A i i i t, i 1 t II AND $Ucckhj llntioun' SnieUirjenccr. THF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1P0O. THE SUNDAY HERALD E8TADU8HEO 1MB. Sntttrctl nt tho "Post OlQco nt "Wnalilngtoni D. C, asSocond-clnBHMfittor. J. H. SOTJIE, A. T. HJSNSET, .Proprietors Sdltorlnl and Publication Offices, Ko. dOO Tenth Street Northwest. $30 REWARD. 'THE SUNDAY HERALD" is convinced Hint there is an organized cans of paper thieves in thlB city, who follow its carriers around and talto tho papers from tho door steps. Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of thoso thieves. $30 REWARD. KOTIOE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Bttbtcrlption (in advance) per year $3.50 Remitt...

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

nail .- ' m2imwwmw9mm9mrJi.miuinmtmtMvwim-im lliirffJg,7i,iUV)iiiwiliiMT!.iii.ti.ii.'iiW.Vl THE SajSJDA.Y HBRALD, SXJNIDA.Y, FEBRUARY 15. 1801. 5 & it .5 ft&lifrr m- vvu? ! ATTORNEY HOGE RESIGNS At the Koquesf of Attorney General Miller. At tho request of Attorney General Miller Judge Hoge, of West Virginia, tbo United States District Attorney fo'r tho District of Co lumbia, br.s tendered his resignation to tbo President. Tho West Virginia Democratic members of Congress, as well as bis many friends in "Wash ington, nro indignant at tbo demand for tho rcsicnatiou of District Attorney Hoge. They think it n very email piece of business on tho part of tho Administration to demand tho resig nation of Judge Hoge before bis term of service has expired, in view of tbo fact that bis llcpub lican predecessor, Mr. "Worthlngton, was allowed to servo out bis full term by l'residcnt Cleveland. Representative "Wilson, ot West Virginia, who succeeded Judge Iloco in Con- i ress, eaui yestera...

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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